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WEEKLY FASHION HINTS.
LONG CARRIAGE COAT.
Trimming of Perforated Straps.
Our illustration shows an exceed
ingly rich and handsome long coat
of black taffeta cut with jabot vest
effect and trimmed with perforated
straps over white satin. It has a
large tucked taffeta collar supple
mented with, another of embroidered
linen and a tasteful garniture in
white appears on the ruffles around
the bottom. All the stitching is
done with Corticelli Stitching silk in
black and in white and the garment
is lined throughout with white satin.
Some yokes are made of lace and
rather a pretty effect is gained by
adding a row of lace insertion an
inch or so below the ytke and join
ing it with a lattice of narrow velvet
ribbon. The fancy for black and
white effects is evidenced in the
number of white lawn, organdy and
null gowns trimmed with black lace,
bo>th edging and insertion, and the
quantity of black and white effects,
running from lawns and mulls
through the various mercerized fa
brios to foulards and silks.
THE INTERNATIONAL sUNDAY
To Pastors, Superintendents and
The tenth International Sunday
School Convention will hold its trien
nial session in Denver, Col., June
26 to June 30, 1902. Representa
tives will be present from every
State and Territory in the United
States, Hawaii, Porto Rico and the
Philippines, the British North Amer
ican Provinces, Mexico and Cuba.
South Carolina is entitled to thirty
six (36) delegates. This convention
will in all probability be the most
important ever held, as questions of
great interest to tehe Snday schools
will come before this body. A new
lesson committee is to be 6lected to
serve for six years, whose duty it will
be to select the lessons for 1906
1911. It is the desire of the State
executive contmittee the the Sonth
Carolina delegation snall be tho
roughly representative of all the
evangelical denominations; pastors,
superintendents, teachers and schol
ars are eligible. Entertainment
free of cost will be provided for all
having credentials from the execn
tive committee. At the last State
Sunday school convention, which
was held in Greenwood, quite a
number of delegates were elected,
and the executive committe was au
thorized to fill vacancies and take
steps to secure a full delegation.
To..this end requests for appoint
ments should be made to the under
signed at an early date. For the
honor of this great cause in our
State, we hope to send up a full dee
gation from South Carolina.
All the railroads are offering con
venient schedules, and there will be
special trains from sevral points.
Fuller information may be had by
applying to Win. E. Pelhaw, chair
man State executive committee.
LET US HOPE IT WILL PAM.
A Bill for the Reief of the Meg Who Have
Given charleston Co MagnifBcent an
Washington, May 22.-A bill for
the r'elief of the Inter-State
and West Indian Exposition at
Charleston, S. C., was introduced to.
day by Representative Latimer. Thei
bill carries an appropriation of $150,
000, for the purpose of paying off
th ;ndebteJnss of the Exposition
Concluded from 1st page.
men backed by-the government of
the United States, and here's the
way this local government -consist
ing, as said, of but five men--does
business: "By the authority of the
President of the United States ie it
enacted by the Philippine commis
sion that a million dollars be appro
priated for-." And so we have put
in existence in those islands govern
ment far worse than we ever endured
here in carpet-bag days, because
those poor, helpless people-colored
people though they are-are bound
hand and foot without being able to
speak the English langange and make
known the wrongs they are enduring.
Ard we, as liberty-loving Americans,
can only stand as a party opposed to
this hellish scheme. And this con
vention and other conventions of the
Democratic party hava opposed it as
What about the prospects of the
party winning? Prosperity, or what
is called prosperity, seems to con
tinue. There is some indication
tha; everybody isn't prosperous,
however. We have a strike in Pen
sylvania in which 140,000 coal mi
ners have gone out to try and secure
a redress of what they consider
grievance. The trusts are reaching
out to control every avenue of busi.
ness and to make this country a
country divided between millionaires
and paupers. They control the
press. They have throughout the
Northern States' control of every
newspaper of any degree of popu
larity or with any circulation amount
ing to anything; they control every
one of them I kuow anything about
except about five. They are the in
struments by which the masses are
deceived. The editors arenotknown.
They are brilliant writers, paid
large salaries and put into their offi
ces with orders to edit these papers
as "we want you to do"-in the in
terest of "my bank," or "my rail
road," or "my corporation," or "my
We Southerners, we former Con
federates or sons of Confederates,
occupy a place apart in this Govern
ment. We are looked upon as
"rebels." We'are treated as step
daughters or step children, with no
rights those people are bound to re
spect. They have in the last forty
years granted to other' sections two
and half billion dollars for the pen
sion grab alone, and the tariff grab,
and a big percentage of this money
has been taken from this section
you and I have been robbed of it.
Two and one half billions, did I say ?
-It has been more than that, but I
want to be within the facts. Here
in the South we are confronted on
the one hand by Nothern Republi
cans, who are still har boring sectional
hatred and are trying to reduce our
representation in Congress--here in
this State from seven to four-and
and on the other we are face to face
with this situation.
A woRD ON THE MILL SITUATION.
Every.railroad that passes through
our country is owned up there; the
telegraph lines are owned up there
most of these factories we have been
talking about here tonight are owned
up there. Half of the stock invested
in South Carolina is owned outside
requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
withstand its hard labors. The
high tension to v hich the
nervous system is constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef
fect, and soon headache, back
ache, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sciatica, etc., develop in severe
form. Such wasp the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhart,
of Huntsville, Ala., he says:
"An attack of pneumonia left nie
with muscular rheunmat im, headace
and p2ins that seemed to b)e all . . r
me. I was scarcely able to mol've
about a month when I decided to Li
Mi;a. Pain Pills'
and Nen;e Ilasters a trial. In thtree
days I was again on my~ rotZe and in
two weeks I was free fromu pain and
gaining in flesh and strenig h.'
Sold by all Druggists.
Dr. Mites Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
of South Carolina and, while we wel
come these Northerners here and de
sire that thousands of them should
come here and shall be tr-atod justly
and fairly, we mitst not forget that
they come here riot for our good, but
for their own selfish benefits. They
look upon us as a lemon to be
And the other day, when in an-.
swer to taunts and insults that no
brave Sooth Carolinian could stand.
I got up in my seat and answered
them and defended the State and the
South and our people and brought
out the facts in regard to the burn
ing of this city in 1865 and con
victed Sherman out of his own mouth
of having lied on Wade Hampton
about it, the Associated Press sent
broadcast over the land the statement
that my Democratic colleagues
were very much outraged over my
utterance and retired in disgust from
the senate chamber. I don't know
whether they retired or not and I
don't care. What did y ou send me
there for-to bootlick around like a
licked hound and whine when I am
insulted? I can't do it-I ain't built
that way. So I told them the truth
and hit them between the eyes.
I pointed out this condition: That
during the dark days of the civil war,
when all the men of the South were
away in the army and only the
youngest boys and feeblest old men
were left at home; when those like
Harriet Beecher Stowe at the North,
who had depicted the cruelty of the
white master, said that now the slaves
would take the opportunity to re
venge themselves upon their masters
-that during that period there is
not one instance on record of any ne
gro having mistreated any white
woman-not one crime. Is that to
the credit of the negro alone? I
asked them. Is it not also to the
credit to the white masters who had
up lifted him? He loved his master
and the tie was mutual in a general
way. But you-and I pointed my
fists in Lhe faces of my political op
ponents, the Republicans, across the
aisle-you, by your damnable doc
trine of equality, have taught those
poor, ignorant creatures down South
to think that they are as good as the
whites, their former master, or bet
ter, and today you never pick up a
paper but you find recorded there in
all its horrible details the story of
some shocking crime.
I mention this merely as a sample
of the kind of speech I made. Good
people here have not understood the
situation and a lot of the editors
here have lent themselves to the piti
fal whine and cry of the subsidized
Associated Press and the Republi
can newspapers at the North. They
have condemned me as a marplo
and said I had injured the Demot
cratic chances in this national fight
by coming out and bearding those
hypocrites to thbeir teeth. "You prate
about the fatherhood of God and the
brotherhoed of man and all that sort
of thing." I told them. "You taunt
us with our treatment of the negroes
-why you have butchered and
robbed and burned more in three
years in the. Philippines than the
South has in three hundred years."
I went on and told them that we
were not responsible for the presence
among us of negroes; that their
fathers went to Africa and sold them,
brought them to this country and
sold them to us and then went home
who are desirous of keeping their perfec
ions; that glow and gleam of tinted flesh, un
dulating hair, perfect figure and sweetly
rounded breast, will do well to remember the
advantage of a remedy like
it ise a lnet peasin application and of
quick penetrating powers. Stay your hand frorr
adminstering nasty drugs internally. You are anxi
ous to have the child as perfect in limb and feature
yourself anbd rememndsth at on your cotiditio
swellin b reastso an ay otes usual dsco>mfort~
of pregnancy. M"ther's Friend eases the ner
ves, relaxes the muscles, and softens the abdommlia'
tssues, so that they give with the pressure frorr
Al drugists kep it. Jt costs $1 per bottle.
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GILDER & WEEKS'
and prayed to the Lord to free them.
I told them that the hypocrisy was
just oozing out of them all over. 1
pointed to the fact that we did not
put the negroes in the South and
can't help it that they are here, "but
you," I said to them, "went into the
Pacific and bought your negroes to
butcher and burn and rob." I don't
know whether I ought to have said
those things or not, but I feel that
it is time for Southern men to as
sert their manhood. I have been
going around over the North lectur
ing-I am notorious, you know.
(Laughter.) I don't know but
what notoriety will some day grow
into fame. It doesn't matter much.
I will soon be gone to the hereafter
and if my name goes down into his
tory as the "Notorious Tillman" it is
a matter of indifference to me. But
I have been lecturing about the ne
gro among these Northern people
and: making them pay to hear me,
and if I don't tell them the truth
and hit them between the eyes! And
they applaud me to the echo. I show
them that the negro is no longer a
name to conjure with; in fact, if it
wan't that he held the balance of
power in Maryland and Delaware
and Indiana and other border States
they would throw him over to-mor
row, but they are between the devil
and the deep blue sea and they have
to keep up their cant for political
I don't know what the prospect
is in regard to this coming election.
We have hopes that the revelation
of the infamies perpetrated by our
soldiers in the Philippines, the burn.
ings and tortures and murders and
shooting down of "all over ten" will
awaken the consciences of' the really
good people at the North-and there
are millions of them. We look upon
Yankess-as a general thing-as
something mean and despicable, but
from personal contact with them in
Washington and in the different
places at the North where I meet
them when out lecturing I find thbat
the masses of the Northern people
are just as good clever and honora
ble and Christian and patriotic as we
are-but they do dearly love a dol
lar! (Laughter.) And I have hopes
that this great contingent, involving
millions, will be brought to a reali
zing sense of the infamies that are
being perpetrated on those poor
creatures in the East-and in behalf
of what ? We have spent $400,000,
000 in sub'jugating the Philippines
and we are not yet through. There
is ono large island, Mindanao, as
large as South Carolina, where they
only began two weeks ago to make
an effort mn asserting authority. I
don't know whether the Northern
people will keep on furnishing money
to the army to keep up this work or
not, but my idea of the duty of pa
triots in the South, North arnd every
where else is to stand by -the prir.
eiplas of Democracy as Jefferson
formulated them, as Jackson illus
trated them and as Bryan defended
them and keet it up forever. And
to us in the Southland, won for us
first by Moultrie and Sumter and
Marion and Piekens and won back
again in '76 by Hampton, it is an
UNION STRUCK BY A TORNA&DO.
The Knitting Mil Hill Caught the Full
Force of the Storm-Six Killed; M~any
Union, S. C., May 25.-This place
was visited this afternoon by a terri
ble tornado. The storm came from
the north and it seems there was also
one from the southwest, meeting in
this vicinity. It played havoc, four
deaths and considerable loss of prop
erty as the results. The storm from
the north was preceded by a heavy
rain and what appeared to be a dark
mass about one hundred yards wide.
It traveled with great speed and peo
ple barely bad time to get in doors
before the storm was upon the town.
The wing of the storm passed along
Main street and blew several store
doors open, doing more or less dam
Knitting Mill Hill, south of the
town, caught the full force of the
tornado, which blew down the school;
house and t wo residences, converting
them literally imto kindling wood.
Th'e occupants flew from one of the
houses before it went to).pieces and
took refuge in another near by,
but this house was also crushed to
splinters. In this house Misses Sal
lie Hart and Annie Lawson were in
stantly killed, Mrs Maxey Sims died 1
ina oradhrltl ag t
mva died abod he oltke daghey
Sisecaed bout a brcokn Manger.
M Lee Sims received a bad but not
fs a1 cut on the had. Mrs Mabry (
-ion't stay on or near th surfaee, b
tissues to the bone and drives out aJ
For a La:-.,.c
Co re t c
or, in fact, iL
ness of vour bod
If you cannot rea
self get sorno C.
I L A I .
it is e:sena . 1
rubbed in 1no.1
overcomes the ailmnt,.. (if h:sani
It is-. :Uesb Lealer i l a1.1 2 ier na
Bleached Damask 72 incbes wide
Cream Bleached Union Damask,
Full Bleached Union Damask, 56
Fall Bleached Damask, 56 inchei
64 inch All Linen Unbleached D
Doilies and Napkins in new and
16-16 Union Mercerized Napkist
19-19 All Linen Cream Bleached
22-22 Fall B1eaebed Union Nap
12-1 2 All Linen Dailies, half ble
13-13 Cream Bleached All Liner
13-13 All Linen Uribleached Naj
15-15 All Linen Cream Bleachet
15-15 All Linen Full Bleached ]
14-14 All Linen Half Bleached ]
e5 a set.
COME EARLY AND
Small lot L adies Lace Striped H
IVE REASONS FOR
IG STOCK, RELIABLE -G(
ONWARD AND UP WAR]
standing still. We have
and cut the prices in eve
Store. You need the Go<
Come to us and let's exci
ut Prices on Men's Clothing.
ut Prices on Boy's Clothing.
Cut Prices on Dry Goods and Dress
Cut Prices on White Goods and
Cut Prices on Domestics and Lin
Cut Prices on Umbrellas and Para
Cut Prices on Corsets ank Gloves.
This is a bona fide Cut Price Sale
entioned and will continue until o
make any difference what prices are
erchants, come to us and we will
d her two children escaped with
It took sometime to get the vi'e
im' from the debris. Ev.-ry phy si
a in town was sooni upon th
mee, also President Niebolson antd
aager Gault of the Excelsior
Knitting mills, and willing hiauds as
lited in relieving tna safferers as
uch as possible.
The news spread rapidly and the
Il was soon fail of people from
own, anxious to rendler every as
iitance possible. Everything that
e families had was destroy'ed.
Joniesville reports in a telegr to
~Iss Lawson, the lady who was
led, that the storm was fearful at
hat place and one of her family had
e killed there. Miss Lawson was
Lead when the teleram arrived.
t goes in through the uscles and
I soreness and inmmaton.
the~ pain anid ini
h the spot your
ta 1-Si3t vou, for
os ]i:,nent be
I na do i n::im:.1. In fact,
mai~tc,er :.10 o: :- patientis,
all Linen, 69c.
58 inches wide, 49 cents.
inches wide, 48c.
, 38c a set.
Napkins, 74c a set.
tins, 50e a set.
ached, 25c a set.
SDoilies, 38c a set.
ykins, 25c a set.
I Doilies, 59e a set.
)oilies, 64c. a set.
)oilies with double red stripe border,
GET YGUR SHARE.
ose, 8te per pair. The 15c kind.
)DS, ABLE ASSISTANTS,
)" is our motto--Never
put the knife in deep now,
ry department of our Big
ds and we need the money.
Cut P'rices on Hosiery and Under
Cut Prices on Silks and Ribbons.
Cut Prices on Embroidery and
Cut Prices on Shirts and Collars.
Cut P?rices on Shoes and Slippers.
Cut Prices on Hats and Odd Pants.
Cut Prices on Neckwear.
Cut Prices on Trunks and Valise <.
.The P'rice is cut on every arcicle
ur Big Stock is reduced It doesn't
quoted you or advertised by other
always sell you the sume goods for
Who will not be Undersold."
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. 1s
unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive on it.
First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary.
Cures all stomach troubles
Prepared only byE. (7. DzWITT&OO Chicago
The 51. bottle contaLDS2~ t1mestbo~OC. aIms.
Its quality influences
the scling price.
growing insured only
when enough actual
Before You GoAway
OU want to see that
ou have a good H air,
Tooth, Nail and Flesh
Brush in your trunk.
Nice line of Toilet
Soaps, Sponges, Tal
cum Powders, Perfum
ery, Toilet Waters and
all Toilet Goods.
R a sure
diarrbcea and sammer complaint.
r-Prompt attention to phone or
Wiley's Caadies always fresh. You
want some for CommencemenL At
in large varieties from
a cheap Stick Pin to a
FINE GOLD WATCH.
Call and examine my
stock before buying.
Jeweler and Optician.
HAVE YOU BEEN TO THE
NEW GRANITE FRONT
THEY (AN GIVE YOU
Patent Bread at 4c., or 3 for 10c.
Mi:k Bread at 4c , or 3 for 10c.
Graham Bread-at 4c , or 3 for 10c.
Homnem*de Bread at 5c.
Cream Bread at 5c.
CI-eam Brea-d at 10c.
Boston Brown Bre-ad at 10c.
Lady Fingers per doz. 10c.
Savory Biscuits " " 10c.
Almond Macaroons per doz, l0c.
Cocoanut " " " 10c.
Plumb Cakes, " " l00.
Queen " " " 10c.
W,ine " " " 10c.
t'oenanut Drops, " " l0c.
Lemon Snaps, " " 10c.
Vanilla Jumbles, " " 10c.
Cinnamon Rolls, " " 10c.
Call and see us.
H. A. MEY ER &SON.
BUTTER and EGGSa
On Satnrdays of each week at Freight
office A tlantic Coaist Line R. R.
Newberry, So. Ca
WALLACE B, TODD.
Notice to Creditors
P URSUANT TO A N ORDER OF
this Court, all and sinentar the
kindred and creditors of Ja.mesa R.
Watts, deceasw-d, are hereby required
to render in and e.stablish their de
mands against said deceased, before
r.bis Court. on or before the 10th day of
June. 1902, and they are hereby en
joined and restrained from prosecuting
their demands elsewhere
W. W. HODGES,
Judge of th Court of Probate for '
Newberry, S.C. td.