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BACHMAN CHAPE~L LETTEIR
All the News Around Bachman Chapel and
Union Academy Intereetingly
Told by T. J. W.
It should be a source of pleasure to
all lovers of peace and harmony to see
that our county campaign has started
out on a high plane. The three meet
ings already held go to show that what
I have advocated for some time is true;
that our people are growing morally
better. Yes, isn't it a blessed thing to
see the candidates go before the people
seeking their suffrage only upon their
own merits, and not upon the demerits
of their competitors? And right here
I want to say that this is the best way
I ever struck to judge the inside of a
candidate. When you strike a man whc
delights in telling something bad on his
rival you can just put him down on the
black list. I attended the meeting at
Jolly Street last Thursday, and I an
very much pleased to say that it wa:
one of the quietest and loveliest cam
paign days that this writer has evel
witnessed at old Jolly Street.
There were about 400 people present,
and everybody seemed to enjoy them
selves mingling together as Christiar
people always ought to do in a quiei
and peaceful manner. But I must bx
as brief as possible as the Herald and
News' reporter was there who ha:
furnished a full report of the meeting.
Mr. W. B. Boinest, who is chairmar
of the township, seemed to be engagec
in helping with the barbecue and asket
Mr. E. H. Aull to preside over the
meeting, which he did in a very gracefu
style. The candidates from the highesi
to the lowest were out almost in ful
force, and I must say that they are al
a good looking and clever set of boys
and I don't think that the business in
terest of our county would be in dangei
in the hands of either of them; not
withstanding a large number of then
will be forced to step down and out or
'the 26th of next August. Our candi
dates for the general assembly all mad(
The 'cue was furnished by James an(
George Richardson, and was a tip-tol
dinner. In fact Jolly Street is dowr
on record for a place to get good bar
becue dinners. We want to ask the
advocates of the child labor bill a ques
tion: Suppose your bill becomes a law
There will have to be a penalty or pun
ishment attached for the violators o:
said law. If Bill Jones is not able t<
send his children to school and nees
sity which has no law forces him~
work them, in the cotton mill then evi
dently Bill is a violator of the law. T<
~be sure. Under such circumstances he is
not able to pay the penalty, then mus
the poor fellow be locked up in jail o:
serve his sentence on the chaingang
while his children are suffering at home
Stop and think, dear friends, beforei
is too late.
Miss Cora Dominick resumed he
school at Union Academy this morning
There will be communion services a
Bachman Chapel next Sunday wit'
preparatory services on Saturday ever
Mr. N. G. Gallman is working in th
Newberry Roller Mills.
Mr. Jno. C. Turner, of O'Neall see
tion, spent last Wednestay night wit]
Thos. L B. Epps and family, ani
Thursday night with us.
Miss Olive Feagle has been attendin,
the summer school at Newbsrry.
J. Y. Floyd, candidate for Count;
Supervisor, spent Wednesday nigh
with Mr. Thos. Epps.
.Mr. William W.- Cromer, who is;
candidate for Auditor, and Mr. R. H
Kibler of Long Lane, spent Thursda;
night with Mr. Epps.
Our editor won't have much time fo
writing editorials for the next six weeks
therefore we must excuse him. H<
has got a great big hump on his bacd
and will make the rest of the boy;
rack who beat him.
Thank you, friend Push, for you:
kind invitation to partake of thos<
melons and grapes. If not providentiall:
hindered we will accept in a very shor
A. C. Latimer and John Gary Evan:
are throwing mud in a very indecen
manner, while Col. George Johnston<
is picking up the plums. That's right
Col. George, we want you to go to th<
big house with clean hands.
We would like to give an account o:
our trip to Long Lane last Saturda;
and Sunday, with a good many othe:
local happenings, but as this letter il
already too long, we will conclude th<
balance latter. T. J. W.
July 21, 1901.
Hendrix Mill News
News is scarce.
A number of our people attunded
the pienie at St. Luke's on last Satur
All oar schools will soon ospe
their summer sessions.
Children's Day w as observ, d at
Bethel church on saturday, July 12th.
The children all recite~d their pieces
well, whicb showed that their in
structors had trained thbem well for
the occasion. Mr. (Griffie T. Pugh
made an excellent address which
showed deep thought and a great
deal of study, and i f t boe presen t
will apply what he said, J amw sure
that they will be benefited. After
Mr. Pugh's address amnnerwa .
nounced, and as my tiune was ij.eded
ut hnamA w had to leave. but we
learn that there was plenty of dinner
on the grounds to fe d everybody. F
After dinner Messrs. Jno. C. Gog
gans, J. Simpson Dominick, and Rev.
A. McA. Pittman made an excellent
ad<iresses. The church was filled and
a number of people had to stay out
Messrs J. Simpson and E S. Dom
inick, of Chappellk, spent the 12th t
and 13th in this section. t
Miss Lillie Epting of Derricks,
Lexington County, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. E. S. Dominick of Chap- I C
Candidates are buzzing around
like the busy little bee, shaking hands ! t
I with all the people they meet, and
trying to make all the friends they
can, which a number of them are
going to need on the day of the pri. i
The cotton and corn crops as a
rule are very good in this section.
Rain is needed again for old corn.
The county Interdenominational
Sunday-school convention will meet
with Zion M. E. church this year.
A number of our people expect to 1
attend the reunion at Little Moun
tain August 1st. Leona.
TILMEAN VS 0. P. VON KOLNITZ, JR.
The Latter is a Candidate for the State
Senate-And Tillman SAys If Charleston
Sends Rim to State Senate, That
County 1ay Look Out,
Senator Tillman has put Mr.
George Von Kolnitz a candidate for
the State senate, from Charles
ton under the ban, and he de
clares that if Mr. VonKolnitz is
elected he will never do another
thing for Charleston. Senator Till
man's declaration on the subject is
most empbatic, having been given in
writing as well as letter, and he
declares that he means every word
that he has said.
The situation becomes doubly inter
esting for the reason that Mr. Von
SKolnitz is thus far without opposi
tion in his canvass. Mr. Joseph W.
Baruwell determined some time ago
not to stand for reelection to the
Ssenate, leaving the field undisputed
to Mr. VonKolnitz. No other names
Shave been mentioned as likely to
-make the race, and it remains to be
seen what will be the outcome now
that Senator Tiliman has put the
only candidate out for the office un
der the ban.
?Sen'ator Tillman's opposition to
VonKolnitz is based on VonKolnitz's
support of the Republican party
platfrom and candidates in the cam
paign of 1896. VonKolnitz made a
i number of speeches in opposition to
the Democratic ticket in New York
and other doubtful States. He spoke
as a "sound money Democrat," op
posed to the Chicago platform pre
Sfering tbe triumph of the Republb
can ticket to that put out by the
Demoisitic conveat ion.
It is known that recently certain
rinterests opposed to Mr. Vonkolnitz
tendeavored to have thbe State ex
ecntive commiittee rule him otit of
Sthe primary on account of his former
Spolitical affiliations. The appe~al was
made to Chairman Jones, but not
rmeeting with success it is presumed
that the matter was carried to Sena
tor Tillman, and the dictum has been
The action of the senator in inter
rfering wIth the election here is, of
Scourse, resented by many people.
Cholera at P'ekin
SPeking, July 16 -Several deaths
Sfrom cholera have occurred in the
forbidden city. The dowager empress
is alarmed and has kept the court
Sphysician busy preparing remedies.
TThe disease is increasing, especially
among the Chinese soldies here and
at Paoting-fu. Reports from various
parts of the empire show that the
epidemic is steadily spreading inland
from the coast.
Senator Vest does not regard it as
of importance that the Democrats
should carry the next Houise of Rep
resentatives, as the~ R1epublicans
world still have the President arid ~
the Senate. On the other hand, he I
says, should the Re.publicans los'e ~
control of lbs House nfxt fall an' I
should a financial crash occur he fore,
1904-wbich be regards as ny n;o
means im probalel-the R-pubi 'cas!
would attribute the catastrophe to
the election of a Demrocratic Hous~e
and make this the naim argunrt oif n
the Presidential camnpaign. On nio V
ocasion,ie tos hav the friepubli C
fG h rss rsietRu~vl
cas tryiled to maw upbfor thiesip d
andth rusethat Preidnt oosvelt
is trying to make up for this in word a
ena nenms- that maan nothinz
. LLi A AL LM VT saM Awawv
THE SENATORIAL CANDIDATES,
orman Gives the Age and Birthplace of
'o the Editor of The State:
Those of your readers who are in
arested in the campaign now going
n in South Carolina, for United
tates Senator, will probably be in
erested to learn something about
be ages of the six candidates, and
re therefore give below a table
tating where and when the candi
Lates were born. In compiling this
able, we have been much assisted
iy sketches in Garlington's "Men of
he Time." We mention the candi
Lates according to their ages.
William Elliot, of Beaufort, born
here September, 1838, and is now
13 years old.
George Johnstone, of Newberry,
>orn there April, 1846, and is 56
Dan S. Henderson, of Aiken, born
it Walterboro, April, 1849, and is
iow 53 years old.
John J. Hemphill, of Chester,
>orn there August, 1849, and will be
i3 next month.
Asbury C. Latimer, of Anderson
sounty, born in Abbeville county
)n the last day of July, 1851, and is
iearly 51 years old.
John Gary Evans, of Spartanburg,
was born in what is now Greenwood
onnty, October, 1863, and is now
38 years old.
It will be noticed that both the
andidates whose names commence
with H-Henderson.and Hemphill
were born the same year. Al. the
candidates are native Carolinians.
Privateer, Sumter Co.
July 16, 1902.
WAN FS M'LAURIN'S PL4CE.
1tkinson of West Vi!ginla Would Ltkti to
be ; aled "Judge "
Charleston, W. Va., July 22.
Since the declination of Senator John
L. McLauri'n, of South Carolina, to
rcept the vacant jndgeship on the
sourt of claims, ex Gov. George W.
atkinson, now federal district attor
aey here, is being urged for the posi
ion. Mr. Atkinson was an appli
sant before, and President Roosevelt
old him consideration for McLaurin
was the only reason he could not ap
point him. With McLaurin out of
he way, Senator Scott, who is now
in Boston, has taken the matter upi
with the president and other friends
are working on the case.
G. C. Clemens, of Topeka,
Kan., the no
t ed constitu
tional lawyer, 7 M
who bears so X M !
striking a re- M
semblance t o
he is frequent- m
ly taken for the
original Mark, G. C. Clemens.
is a man of deep intellect and
wide experience. He is con
sidered one of the foremost
lawyers in this country. In a re
cent letter to the Dr. Miles1
Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says:
* * "Personal experience and obser
vation have thoroughly satisfied me that
Dr. M iles' Nervine contains true merit,
and -:e.cellent for what it is recomn
M.r. .X('manl Waltrip, Sup. Pres. Bank
ers' Enra~al Society, Chicago, says:
Mi;s, Padin Pills
are ir.:'+atle for headache and all
pain. 1 h ad b'een a great sufferer from
head aK : t;l I learned of the efficacy
of Dr. .:d Pain Pills. Now I alwa'ys
carry themi and prevent recurring :-t
tack's by- takin a pill when the symup
tomus first appe.ar."
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Price, 25c. per Box..
Dr. Miles n'dical Co., EJkhart, Ind.
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R. M A YE[R, /4. F. W RIGHT,
V'r- 1'o.n.+ mashier.
Tweive Fataliti_s in L'sa Than Twemty Min
nte -aaIn4blo Property I)stroyed-GuAt
.,atmr Up Quite Unexpectedly and
Pass,:, 'way Jnt as Quickly.
Baltimore, July 20.-A fierce tor
nado, characterized by a wind storm
of extraordinary velocity, thunder,
vivid lightning and a heavy rain,
suddenly burst upon Baltimore at
1.30 p. m., today, coming from the
southwest, with the net result that
11 persons lost their lives, hundreds
of houses were unroofed, trees in the
public parks and strt ets were torn up
by the roots, many buildings dam
aged and several people injured.
The storm exhausted its fury in less
I than 15 minutes. The damage done
in the business portion of the city
was comparatively slight, being con
fined to the blowing down of signs
and injuries to roofs. It was in the
residence portions of the city along
the river front and in the harbor
where the wind spent its violence.
Of those who perished nine were
drowned in the harbor from open
boats, one was killed bya falling tree
and one by a live wire.
Old Age is Robbed
of its terrors, and renewed youth and regal figursl
are gained through
There is no reason in the world why every
woman sloul not be pleasant to look upon. A
famous woman once said: "There are no ugly
women; theie are only women who do not under
stand how to make themselves beautiful."
Mother's Friend is a valuable aid to any wife.
It is a iiniment for external application. and re
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(E 3stern Standard Time.)
southbound. Northboun d.
7 45a Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 C0
10 11a Athens 5 28
11 16a Elberton 4 18
12 23p Abbeville 3 15
12 48p Greenwood 2 48
1 35p Ar Clinton Ly. 2 00
10 00a Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00
1145a Spartanburg 810
12 OIp Greenville 300
12 52p Waterloo 2 06
1 16p Ar Laurens(Din'r) Lv 1 38
22 53 52 85
Daily Frt Dly Ft
Ex Sun. Ex Sun
A.M. P.M. PM. A.M
6 00 200 Lv Laurens Ar 147 5 00
6 i" 208 " Parks Ar 139 4 50
6 40 222 ..Clinton.. 127 4 30
6 58 2 34 Goldville 115 8 51
7 08 2 43 ..Kin.ard.. 105 3 40
717 249 ...Gary... 1259 331
7 26 2 54 ..Jalapa.. 1254 8 22
800 3 10 Newberry 1239 3 00
8 25 3 21 Prosperity 12 25 2 22
8 42 3 34 ....811ghs.... 1216 202
8 55 3 39 Lt Mountain 1212 156
915 3 61 ...Chapin... 1159 189
9 24 3 57 Hilton 1150 I 29;
9 29 4 01 White Rock 11 46 124
9 37 4 (7 Ballentine 1140 115
9 52 4 17 ....Irmo..... 1130 100
1002 423 ..LeapharL. 1122 1248
10 30 4 45 ArOolumbiaLv 1100 1230
4 15 LvColumbia (A.o.L.)Ar Il 00
5 25 Sumter 949e
8 30 Ar Charleston Lv 7 00
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WILMINGTON. N. C., March 26th, 1N 2.
GOING WEST: In Effect JAN. 15, GoING EAST
No. No. 1902 No. No.
58 62 53 59.
tP M. *A.M. *P.M. tA.M.
5 25 6.00 Lv...Charleston, S.C...Ar 9.20 11.85
7.35 7.51 Lv...........Lanes ..........Ar 7.85 9.45
9.15 9.25 Lv.........Sumter......... Ar 6.18 8 20
10.40 11.05 Ar........Columbia........Lv 4.40 6.55
.. 12.29 Ar..... Prosperity..... Lv 3.20 ......
...... 12.42 Ar..... ..New berry........Lv 8.06 .......
........ 1.25 Ar........ Clinton........Lv 2.22 ........
....... 1.47 Ar.........Laurens ........Lv 2.02 ......
........ 3.25 Ar........Greenville......Lv 12.22 ......
. 3.30 Ar.....Spartanburg .....Lv 12*15 ........
A M. P. M.........
........ 9.45 Lv.....Sumter, S. C ....Ar 5.45 ........
. 1.15 Ar........CanAdem .....A r 41.5 .......
P.M. A.M. ........
. 2.37 Ar...... Lau caster ......Ar 10.a6 .......
........ 3.40 A r..... Rock Hill.......Ar 10.00 ........
....... 4.18 Ar.......Yorkville.......Ar 9.15
....... 5 25 Ar..... Blacksburg......Ar 8.15
........ 6 00 Ar ....Sh1by. N. C.. ...Ar 7.15 .......
. 7.15 Ar... utherfordton...Ar 605 ........
........ 8.30 Ar.....Marion, S. C......Lv 5.10
..... 7.13 Ar Winnsboro, S. C. Lv 10.18 ....
..... 9.20 Ar..,Charlotte, N. C...Lv 8.10 .. .
.....6.11 .Hendersonville, N. C... 9.0 ..
..... 7.15 Ar...Ashevil1e.....Lv 8.00 ...
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ton and Greenville. 8 C.
Ncs. 58 and i,9 carry Through Coach be
tween Charlesten and Columbia.
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J.R.KENLY, T. M. N,
(en'i. Mana: er Trafme Manager,
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Schedule in Effect July 6, 1902.
Leave Augusta...........010a m 2 55 p:
Arrive Greenwood....12 44 p m .........
Anderson ...................- 7 I0p in
Laurens............. 1 4p m 10 30a m
Waterloo (H.8.)... 1 12 p m .....
Greenville.......1222 pm 9 30am
Glenn S prings...4 45 pm ........
Spartn burg...... 3 30 pm 9 00a m
Saluda........ 538 pm .......
Hendersonvlle..... 6 03 p mn .......
Asheville......... 7 15 p m .......
Leave Asheville.........7 05p m .......
Spartinburg .........12 01 a1 8 80 p m
Gle nn Sprinzgs..1000 am ........
Greenville......12 15 pm I 45pm ,
Laurens........... 205 pm 680 p m
Arrive Waterloo (H. 8.)... 2 83 p in .......
Greenwood.......21p m .7 45 pm
Leave Anderson ................ 7 25 a m
Augusi a.......... 520 pm 11 35a m
Lieave o1ula 1120am......
Clinton 125p..m .
Arrive Green villo..........
Leae GennSp:gs11 00am
Arriva lirt3n22 pm
Coiui bia 40 pm
adGenlenn Sp artgs..... g an G0epm
Spri Gngs igs... 00a
Fores an Besrmtin, wretenNwe
E RNEST WI LLIA MS, Gen. Pas'. Ahgt.,
T. M. Ecr erson, Traffic Yanager.
3LUE RIDGE RAILROAD
K. C. BEA'TIE, Receiver.
In Effect June 8 1902.
zsetween Anderson-ar.d Walhalla.
No. 9. No. 12 Stations. No.1I1 No. 9
P. M. A.M. P.M. A. M
3 10 9 55..........Belton...........820 >0 50
2 48 9 33.... nderson F.D......340 1110
2 45 9 30. ..Anderson P. D.3..845 II116
.... 9 25...West Anderson. 349....
.... 9 C9..........Denver...........
.... 9 02..........Autun........
.... 8 5..... Pendleton..........
..... 8 47.......... Cherry.......... ..
.... 8 44......... Adams......... 421
... 828 ... Jordania Junct... 4.
.... 8 25......... Seneca.........~ .
S so . WetUion......54 ....
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ures all stontach troubles
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