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BILL ARP WANTS APOLOGY
Roosevelt's Remarka About Jefftriaon Davis
"Once more into the breach, good
friends-once more." I would like
to know about what time President
Roosevelt is going to retract what he
wrote about President Davis. It has
now been proved by the official
records at Jackson, Miss., that Mr
Davis never was Governor, nor was
he ever a member of the Legislature
of that State, and in a public address
made after the act of repudiation, he
declared he was opposed to it and
the debt ought to be paid, and this
amateur historian denounces him in
his book as an arch traitor and repu
diator. Mr. Davis fonght in Mexico
for the honor of the flag; won the
victory at Buena Vista; was desper
ately wounded and for five ysars
walked with crutches; married Ger
eral Taylor's daughter for his first
wife and didn't run away either; was
secretary of war under Franklin
Pierce, remodeled the curriculum at
West Point and it stands to day as
he framed it; was a member of the
United States Senate when his State
seceded and, like General Lee, he
went with his people. He did not
seek the presidency of the Confed
eracy and insisted that another be
chosen. Now all this has long since
been established, and if Mr. Reose
velt did not know it he could have
known it. He certainly knows t
now, and if he is a gentleman he
will retract it and apologize to Mrs.
Davis and the family and to the
saintly shade of Miss Winnie and to
to the people of the South. He
called him an arch-traitor and arch
repudiator, and compared him to
Benedict Arnold, and that slanderons
libel is in print in a book of so called
history and has poisoned the minds of
all the fools, fanatiw and idiots who
have read it. When is he going to
7The International Cyclopedia, ed
ited by distinguised professors of
Columbia University and Dartmouth
College, says of Mr. Davis: "He was
a ripe scholar, a vigorous writer, a
splendid orator, a brave soldier, a
true gentleman, an accomplished
statesman, a strudy champion, a
proud and true patriot,a lover of liber
ty, a Christian hero-this is the Jefier
son Davis that history will cherish"
General Lee was his bosom friend and
confidant and yet this so c- lled his
torian, this rough rider and bear
hunter, praises Lee while he defames
his friend, a man infiuitely his supe
rior in every moral attribute and
every noble emotion. But maybe he
will retract and apologize, though
- Tom Moore, says:
"But faith, fanatic faitb, onee wedded
To some dear falsehood hugs it to the
He had better retract, for some of
the old soldiers are very mad abont it.
They are talking about suing him for
slander and garnisheeing the govern
ment for his salary. Killing bears
*in the wilderness won't sav~e him nor
will that little brush we had in Cuba
That is perhaps the biggest little
war we have ever had, and every
* small politician and stump orator
who wvants an office jumps up and
says we are all brethern now. We
fit and font and bled together at
San Juan and Santiago, and then we
crossed the wide ocean to whip out
some niggers and and we will soon
all be on the pension roll. An old
veteran said to me, "That little
Spanish- war reminds mue of the
fellow who was drowned at Jobus
town, and when he knocked at the
gate St. Peter didn't r'.cognize him
and refused to let him in. 'W by,
my dear sir,' said, 'I am one of thbe
Johnst.own suffers. I was drowned
in that flood.' So the good sait re
lented and let him in. He wandered
about heaven, looking at thbe be'auti
ful things and after a while cam"
across an man and said, 'Good nmorn
ing old gentleman; glad to see you.
Been here a long time, I reckon ?"
The old man said nothing. 'I am'
one. of the Johnstown sufferers. I
was drowned in that great flood.' The
old man did not reply, but turned
and walked slowly away. So the
fellow, went to St. Peter and asked
who that old man was. 'He would
not speak to me' said he, 'though I
told him I was in the great flood at
Johnstown.' And St. Peter replied
'That old man, sir, is N.ah a'id he
had a flood of his own to think
~o~I that all the hon.
tors o :nr civil war are being re- S
peated io the Philippines. In our war
it wm th' whifo Yokees who naGe
w-r 1cl for n . hut now they are
making it hell f)r the negroes in the
Philipinas. \V. were trying to
smother what our people suffered,
but they won't lot ns and now boast
that Greneral Sherman found it the
bast way to shorten the war. No, we 7
old men and women can't forget, and
I hope that our children and grand
children will learn it all in some
Southeru history. The civiliz I
world has not forgotten Herod nor
Nero nor the Duke of Alva nor the
massacre of St. Bartholomew where
30,000 Prostest ants were butchered in
a night. But when will Teddy repent,
retract and apologize? He has got 3
it to do sooner or later or go down in
history as a malicious defamer of one
whose shoes he was not worthy to
unloose. He and Miles will get to
gether some time and some where.
Now, why does not Teddy consider
the feelings of our people in his
appointments to Southern offices?
Why did he not give Savannah a
white man for a collector? Appoint
ments of negroes to be postmasters
and revenue collectors are an insult
to us, and he knows it. If he h-s
such affectionate regard for those
negroes why not give them a place at I
Washington or Albany or Boston or
a counsulship at Hayti or San Do
These offices are the nearest of all
to our people. The postoffice is our
trysting place, a kind of Mecca, and
the postmaster our confidant. That
officer should above all others be ac
ceptable to the majority of the people.
The collector has the commerce of a
city in his hands and under his con
trol, and that commerce is all white
none of it comes from the negro race.
What excuse can he give for such
appointments? None, and when is
he going to retract and apologize for
that slander of Mr. Davis? Echo
l.ist of Advertmed Letters.
Remaining in postoffice for week
ending June 26, 1902:
A-Zora Adams, Miss Lelia Adams,
Miss Amanda Anderson (2),
Miss Sallie Anoso, Jas Avery,
John Ri Atkins.
B-Mrs C N Betts, Miss Lucilla.
Boozer, Miss Bessie Boozer,
Miss Sallie Buswer, W S Bick
ley, I B Bedenbaugh, Moon
Brasha, L B Bedenbaugh, W L
Blackwood, Levia Bird, J I
Boland, Abe Brown, Jos Q Bo
land, H S Boozer.
C-Mrs Lizzie Counts, Mrs Lizzie
Collins, Mrs J F Clark, Mrs E
C Cro ch, Mrs Eliza Chiles,
Mrs Lilla Cromer, Lida Can
non, J C Chapman, Robert Can.
tey, M L Cousins, Sam Cooper,
J H Compton, Willie Carnan,
S C Chalmers.
D-G D) Dav'enport, Mrs Malinda
Davis, Chas 0 Durkes, Johi
~ett, Jas P Dnckett, J B
.1..uckett (2), W J Duncan. Chas
Dobbs, J M Davis, WV H Dalry
E-W M Edwards, E A Everman,
F-S C Felker,
G-Miss Earie Glenn, Miss Clarina
Gilmore, Miss Susi Glenn, Miss
Mary Gray, Miss Lella Gall.
mond, Robert Golden, Wm Gil
liam, Robert Giilliam, Ben
Glenn, James Green, J Glas
gow, T WV Gary.
H-Mrs Lilliei Hunt, Miss Hattie
Hipp, Miss Ira Hiller, Miss
Laura Hoogler, Carwell Hunter,
Luther Hughes, Joo A Holland.
J B Hodges, H H Hill, E C
Hicks, Y F Huies, 'William Har
I - bela Irwin.
J- Emeline J>nes, Caroline Jones,
Vinnie A Johnson, JIames John
son, Chas P Jervy, Jos Jackson,
K-Mics Hattie Kihler, Mi-s Hallie
Kibler (2), Mrs Mary Kinard,
R L Keister & Co, Dr. P B.
Kerrison., WV C King, R D
L -Miss Daisy L, Mrs Harriett
Long, Mrs Elai L>unise, Mrs
G M Long, Mrs Emuma Lois,
Jno T Lanigs-on, F -A Lake,*
Henry WV Lewie, M P Le'dler,
N 0 Long, Lineal Elect Imp
M-S L Moore, Mrs Mary Mayer, ~
Mary Metts. Ellen Mays, Miss d
Sallie Me er, Nealv Morgan, fc
A be Mover, R H Millen, H WV fS
Merchant, J E Merchant (2), 30
WV Mayers, J M Mathbis, D C L
Means, Tl'ver Means, Sam Mc- ci
Daniel, T B McIntosh, Dr L W U
McMorris, S irab McLelan. F
N-Cretia Neel, Mrs Addie Nesbett
(2), Miss Bettie Nasb, J C Nor-c
wood, J WV Norton, (?), Doess p~
Neal, John Nance.
O--Salhie O'Neal, Lawson Gwens, -
C F Odell, Griggs Odom, Mrs
P- Mrs; Sallie Piester, Mrs Augusta
Punllmana, E K P.arson, Bob
Pearson, L M Pipplas, Nathan
Q - J1 G Quartoni
lR Mrs L Robins,on, ~Jno L Roller-.
-Mrs M C Senn, Mattie Street,
Mrs Eunice Stewart, Mrs
Eugenie D Smith, Mrs Lizzie
Shields, Mrs Sallie Sims, Mrs
A M Summers, Miss Chattie
Sanders, Miss Rebecca Ster!ing,
(2), Jas Sease, R E Smith, J
Floyd Smith Co, W H Sims,
Henry Smith, col, Johnson Sum
mer, Harry Strauters, M L fo
Ls J W Tribble, J W Tribble,
(2), Paul B Thomas, Henry
Thompson, Martha Todd, Anh
V-Joe Works, J R Wood, Jim
Wiggins, S J Weaver, W G
Williams, Charlie Wicker, Jas
Wortsdant S N Woodward, H L
Wett, J L White, J A Wilson,
Albert Wingate, Janie Wil
liams, 1iss Jossie Willis, Mrs
Ola Werts, Miss Emma Wilson.
- J S Young.
Persons calling for these letters
7ill please say they are advertised.
C. P. Pursell, P M.
THE CAMPAIGN MEETINGS.
'he State Democratic Executive Commit
tee Arranged the Schedules.
The following is the schedule for
he two campaign parties in the
)tate this year:
Candidate3 for the United States
enate and House of Representatives,
)emocratic party of South Carolina,
902, will attend the 7ollowing cam
Georgetown, Wednesday, July 2.
Kingstree, Friday, July 4.
Moncks. Corner, Tuesday, July 7.
Manning, Tuesday, July 8.
Sumter, Wednesday, July 9.
Orangeburg, Thursday, July 10.
Bamberg, Friday, July 11.
George3, Saturday, July 12.
Charleston, Tuesday, July 15.
Walterboro, Wednesday, July 16. a
Beaufort, Friday, July 18.
Hampton, Saturday, July 19:
Barnwell, Tuesday, July 22. In
Aiken, Wednesday, July 23. a
Edgefield, Thursday, July 24. ht
Saluda, Saturday, July 26 of
Lexington, Monday, July 28.
Newberry, Tuesday, July 29. I
Laurens, Thursday, July 31. o
Greenville, Friday, August 1.
Pickens, Saturday, August 2. w
Walhla, Monday, August 4. bt
Anderson, Tuesday, August 5.
Abbeville, Friday, August 8.
Greenwood, Saturday, August 9. s
Uuion, Tuesday, August 12.
Spartanburg, Wednesday, Aug. 13. te
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for 3 years and we feared the disease
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had ten spasms in one week. Our at- 3
tention was directed to Dr. Miles' Nerv
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had taken the ifourth bottle the spasms'
disappeared and he has not had one
for five years. His health now is per
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CON STIPA TION. I
a NDGES ON
2UE iETID IERN
OSLD TH RLLDIST
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Gaffuy, Thursday, August 14.
Yorkville, Saturday, August 16.
Lancaster, Tuesday, August 19.
Chestor, Wednesday, August 20.
Winnshoro, Thursday, August 2 1.
Campaign schedule for candidates
r State offices of the Democrati'
rty of South Carolina for 1902:
Edgefield, Wednesday, July 2.
Saluda, Friday, July 4.
Lexington, S t,tarday, July 5.
Newberry, Tu.'day, J uly S.
Greenwood, Wednesday, July 9.
Abbeville, Thursday. July 10.
Anderson, Friday, Jitdy 11.
Waihalla, Monday, July 14.
Pickens, Wednesday, July 16.
Greenville, Thursday, July 17.
Laurens, Friday, July, 18.
Union, Monday, July 21.
Spartanburg, Tuesday, July
Gaffney, Wednesday, July 23.
Yorkville, Friday, July 25.
Chester, Saturday, July 20.
Winnsboro, Tuesday, J uly 29.
Lancaster, Wednesday, J uly 30.
Camden, Thursday, July 31.
Chesterfield, Saturday, August 2
Bennettsville, Tuesday, August 5.
Bishopville, Wednesday, August 6
Darlington, Thursday, August 7.
Florence, Friday, August 8.
Marion, Saturday, August 9.
Conway, Tuesday, August 12.
Georgetown, Thursday, August 14.
Kingstree, Saturday, August 16.
Moncks Corner, Tuesday, August
Manning, Wednesday, August 20.
Columbia, Thursday, August 21.
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veloped woIan:h)ood; the fifth, infancy of age.
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aracter is being
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at taxes the
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( LUBLE DAiLY SERVICE
( i1il3l (Gity Route6.'
shortest 1.-a : etween all principal cities
Nort", r'ast. South and West.
Sehen ie inl -tct Dec. 1, 1901.
'ent.al Tirre. Local At
i, iLy . Daily. lanta to
Ni' ;!t)0111) "" :4 Clin-too.
Lv : ... .> .. F: 1 55 pm
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Wchimrond.... 3 5 pm 3an
\ iiu!;gtonz... 6 3, pin 100) ir.m
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Philadelphia.... 2 56 am 13 pm
Ncw York......... 6 30 am 4 1:) pm
"tsrr.outh-Norf'k 5 25 pmn 7 15 am
S~uihbound. Daily. Dally.
Lv Chraw. .7 Ii am 11 06 pm
Cade....8 534 am 12 53 am
Columbia.. 4am 1 35 am
Denmark......952 am 2 17am
Fairfax. 10 30 am 2 57 am
Ar Savannah.1205pm 440 am.
Jacksonvlla... 3 10 pm 9 5 am
Tampa....... 5 am 540pm
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Carlisle ......... 3am 2 5 am No.5
Clinton......... 11 06 am 257am 245pm
Dreenwoo...... 2 m 343am 335pm
Abb-ville ........12 21 pm 410am 4 07 pm
Calhoun Fall..12 50 pn 4 38 am 445 pm
Ar Athens........221pm 6 13am 619 pm
Atlanta. ... 4 5 pm 80m 850pm
.uubia, Newb. rry and Laurens Ra1lwry,
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with S A L Railway. No 54, affording
Shortest and quickest route by seviial hours .
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9 5 9.0 . ... S um er, ........Ar 6.'3 8.
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...... 3.0 .r... AHoc 11 ... Ar 8.00 -
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... -.1 Ad r Winnsbohrough C Coach0.18
....... 9C2hAr..,en andloe. N. . V81
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onn Grenide AhvllC. rtLn
Nosc 58, n E carry lTrug 29,c 1901
tween Char'esten. and olu'nb2la.
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- r' .y nrP.er Trpme 90anme
OllI uIll Sil8Iglf.l 045 plll
Augustaand Ashville0hor Line
. 'yve uusa..........005 33a m .
a riv G rnd. .... .3 p m -
A nderson.........7 i ..... ...
2.eeville. .......7 02p mn
Sartanb urg...... 30m 3pp
~ir~'~ V~terodi8.).. 33p 2 55p
;s.ev He. ..................5.725a
sugatanur .....25 4Ua r m35
......n.. r1.-.g................ 62p
afreevi.........12an 3 p
Ariv Wtrntl ...123pm 65a
-ir y,u ..:........... ......854481 5 a m
-w -Afug st ..... .................... 85a
A 'endaLe. ..... . ... . .al a ,n
ort R yai.......103 a .
av nn h . r. ... . Ma..... g.. .
Por H o 0 .......... 1 0 p
I.' i r IaX ..... ......... .... .. A
4 1 . . l.lIT~.I1 '. . 4 15
. Allad8i '..... ............ 48582
S 214 54,.
n 1.I-L andlC an . awyan
-ob\Vawih outhr Raiway
ny~ 'r~ n fortou' rative to Wtickets
- 1'h di lierres ofsmcls
4 40 5 ........
e at U n ion ........ 5 c4 ........
W al h a U a ............ 5 09 . ...... - -
A G r ar tr -ins fra i Helton to Walhalla
ve proede ce over trains of s me class
r. ovine in t he opposite direction unless oth
e wie specitiM by train order.
Wil a ao stop at th? following stations to
tak- on and let ott passengers: Phinney's,