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An Ovation to 6eo. Jonstone.
Then, another period of private
life. Then your kindly co,isidera
tion again called m' forward and I
was sent to the Constitutional Con.
vention and there we buried thE
question of negro suffrage as com
pletely as it can be settled. Only
one thing he asked, study that suf
frage clause and then go and read
for yourself the plan I proposed foi
the same purpose, and you will not
find a particle of difference in the
But he deserved no credit for tha'
The regret of his life was that hii
contribution to the public servici
had not been greater.
One matter more and he was done
He had as yet one ungratified am
bition. He was passing rapidly ove
the stage of life and the hairs tha
were dark when he first entered pub
lie life were whitened now. Hi
wanted an opportunity on a highe
plane to be able to write his nami
across the pages of American histor:
in such a manner tht the affectioi
of those who know him now woul<
be increased, and he could leave t
his people a heritage of which the,
would be justly proud.
THE CANDIDATES FOR THE LOWER HOUSI
were then introduced. There ar
seven seeking this position, and eacl
has friends in Newberry County
The speeches by these gentlemei
were good and strong and dealt wit]
the questions before the people o
this State and country demaudin
HON. oEO0GE JOHNMTONE.
PosS.d of Eminent Ability In the Zanlil
of Bis Power@, Wetl Acquainted With
The Tradiuons and Precedenta of
L14 Government-He is the
Mann forit Senate.
In these days when our rulers an<
representatives are to be selected,i
behooves us to sele('t the very bes
* material out of the number wh<
aspire to offiec.
* It goes without saying it, that a]
are honoraDle upright men: but some
- outside of the mere question of cap
ability, have claims upon our comn
munity at least which cannot, and
- must not be set aside.
- We refer especially to Hon Georg,
Johnstone, of Newberry S. C., candi
* date for U. 8. Senator. Possessed c
the most eminent ability, in th'
zenith of his powers, well acquainte<
with the traditions, precedents an<
powers of our governmemt, he is a
it appear to us, the man for the place
But besides these, there are othe
* considerations which impel us ti
this view; in the not far distant pasi
when our husbands, brothers ani
grandfathers were hauled before th<
U. S. Courts, who but George Johu
stone came to our help, and withou
free or reward fought our battle fo
us, and restored to-wife and family
.our dear ones. These facts we cai
never forget, and coupled as they are
with eminent fitness for the position
they point him ont as the proper per
son to be thus honored.
While we do not possess, no:
desire the elective franchise, we beg
our husbands, brothers, and friendi
to remember these things on the da2
of the election. Gratitude.
A Good Hlearted'
or in other words, men with
good sound hearts, are not very
numerous. The incre as in g
number of sudden deaths from
icled by the
press, is proof
of the alarm
lence of this
da ng er o us
c om plaint,
and as no one
c an foretell
just when a
fatal collapse J- A- Kreamer.
will occur, the danger of neg
lecting treatment is certainly a
very risky matter. If you are
short of breath, have pain in
left side, smothering spells, pal
pitation, unable to lie on side,
especially the left, you should
Mei' Heart Cure.
J. A. Kreamer of Arkansas City, Kans.,
says: "My heart was so bad it was im
possib,le for me to lie down, and I could
neither sleep nor rest. My decline was
rapid, and Irealized I must get help
soon. I was advised to try Dr. Miles'
Ileart Cure, which I did, and candidly
believe it saved my life."
Dr. Miles' PRemedies are sold
by all druggists on guarantee.
TILLM%N ON VON KOLNITZ.
He Will Consider the Election of Von Kol- e
nitz to the senate An Avowal that
lCb:trlieton is Republican.
The following letter to Mr. L. Ar
thnr O'Neill, of Charleston, written
in answer to a request by him made
to Senator Tillman a> to Tillman's
position in regard to the candidacy t
of Mr. Von Kolnitz for the State
Senate from Charleston, appeared in
the News and Courier of Wednesday: e
Letter written by the Hon. B. R.
Tillman, July 11, 1902:
L. Arthur O'Neill, Esq., Charles-1
ton, S. C.-My Dear Sir: Your let: 1
ter of June 19 has remained unan
swered much longer than I intended,
but I. have been on a dead run. be
sides being away from home a good
deal since it was received, and that
must be my excuse.
I went to the department of jus
tice to find out about Von Kolnitz's
r application and endorsers. I found
t that he had made application for the
position of district attorney shortly
after McKinley's first inauguration,
r but after he was turned down he has
withdrawn the papers, so that there
was nothing on file. Von Kolnitz
undoubtedly stumped for McKinley
under the direction of Hanna's com
mittee in several Northern Stat ?s, and
it is the essence of cheek for him to
appear in the guise of a Democrat
and ask the people of Charleston to
send him to the State Senate, but I
am beginning to lose faith in the
Democracy of your people. The ac
tion of a good many so called Demo
crats in the Harris Postoffice matter
f is sufficient explanation of my hav
ing this view. I sincerely trust that
those who are on the lookout as real
Democrats will see to it that no such
treacherous:creature as Von Kolnitz
has shown himself to be will be pro
But, with the Charleston Post act
ing as an out-and out Republican
organ, while claiming to be Demo
e ratic, and Hemphill sawing wood
.and saying nothing, Democracy ap
Spears to be at a low ebb in Charles
ton. By very hard fighting and ai
good deal of manoenvering I got a
large appropriation for the navy yard,
but I certainly would not make ani
effort again in that direction if your
-city goes Republbean and Von Kol:
nit z's election would mean that to me.
I write you this privately, but youj
can take such steps as you see fit
discreetly and let the people know
how matters are. I would not likei
to have this letter published, for the
reason it would appear to be med
dlinig in your local affairs.1
B. R Tillman.
rTILLRIIN NOT INTERFEFRING.
He D)enies the Story that He Is Aiding
Talbert, and Jim TFillmani.
S[Special to News and -Courier.]
Columbia, July 29.-Senator Till
man has felt that he h--d to come
out ini the pnblic printF. He has
not had anything whatever to say
about the present campaign, but was
heard from tonight from Trenton:
Trenton, S. C., July 29 -There
appeared in the Atlanta Constitution
y esterday a telegram from Charles
Ston saying that in the gubernatorial
race factional lines were being drawn
and that Senator Tillman was using
his influence in behalf of Talbert and
J. H. Tillman as against Heyward,
"wose candidacy," the dispatch said,
"was not sanctioned by Senator
Today your correspondent called
on Senator Tillman at his home here
in regard to the story in the Coisti
tution. When he read the article
the senator remarked: "It is a piece
of newspaper work that is made
when no news can be found It is
the most absurd thing I ever heard
tbat Hey ward should get a sanction
to run - for governor. Any man is
free to enter the race and I bave
nothing to do with it. It is the big
gest piece of foolishness I ever heard
The senator went on to say that
the old lines of demarcation of Till
man and anti Tillman had been ob
literated. Men were supporting him
now who used to be antagonized.
Contining he said: "I have gained
more friends than I have lost and in1
this campaign no candidate will be
voted for or against by either of the
d factions. I am only drawing1
lines when I see a Republican dis
guised as a Democrat, who has the
impudence to enter the Democratic
Continuing, the senator said he
had nothing to say or do with any
of the candidates ini their respective
r..- Thi wa positive and final.
1 L1 IJ I Jl VT JJL Lv a
trief Paragraphs Giing some of the
Happening4 of the World of Men.
Although the flood situation in the
or+ vestern section of Texas, which
as been deluged by recent rains, is
mproved, additional heavy rains
iave fallen in the southern and cen
ral portions of the State, which have
rippled railway traffic and caused
onsiderable damage to other prop
There was a big fire in Pittsburg,
3a., on Wednesday morning, which
'aged for seven hours. Six firemen
njared, two eight story buildings
ilmost completely destroyed, a num
>er slightly damaged, and a prop
jrty loss estimated at $300,000 wa,i
D. J. Kelly, assistant engineer in
he DeKalb Cotton mill, at Camden,
3. C., was killed by a boiler explo
3ion in the mill on Wednesday. He
was struck in the face and fearfully
nangled, living only a few hours
fter the accident. No other dam
ige was done.
The city of Georgetown, S. C.,
yn Wednesday voted an issue of
B75,000 worth of bonds for the pur
pose of installing a system of water
works and sewerage.
Miss Ruth Burroughs, a young
Lady of Conway, S. C., was drowned
t Myrtle Beach Wednesday after
noon while surf bathing.
In a proclamation published in the
Royal Gazette, August 9, has been
1xed as the date for the coronation
>f King Edward. The apprehen
;ion that he would be unable to
stand the strain of the ceremony- has
been greatly lessened by the an
aouncement that his majesty is now
permitted to use his feet and, with
the aid of a etick, has done a little
Holly Thompson, a 15-year old
boy of Savannah, on Wednesday,
won the gold medal of the Atlantic
3un Club, carrying with it the ama
:eur shooting championship of Geor
gia, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and
Virginia. His record was twenty
Sve straight balls.
The electricians engaged in re
pairs upon thbe White House have
one on a strike in order to enforce
he rules of the union to which they
The birth of a girl baby who will
fall heir to a score or two Qf the
stor millions must have created a
tremendous stir among the tarnished
tles of Europe.-Exchange.
The greatest ambition of A.mer
ican men and women is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman afflicted with female dis
ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wife. No
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but Wine of Cardui does
regulate derangements that pre
vent conception ; does prevent
miscarriage; does restore weak
functions and shattered nerves
and'does bring babies to homes
barren and desolate for years.
Wine of Ca.rdui gives women the
health and strength to bear heal
thy children. You can get a
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui
from your dealer.
143 Market Street,
Memphis, Tenn., 'April 14, 1901.
Iz: 3'ebruar~- 1901, I took one bottle of
Wine of Cai-clui and one package of
Thedford's Black-Draught. Ilhad been
married fifteen years and had never
given birth to a child until I took Wine
of Cardui. Now I am mother of a fine
baby girl which was born March 81,1901.
The baby weiighs fourteen pounds and I
feel as well as any person could feel
Now my home is happy and I never wil
be without Wine of Cardui in my house
again. Mrs. J. W. C. SM ITH.
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MeatI.a this gaper.
THE CAMPAIGN MEErINGS.
The Statti Decuratte Exceulve Conitnit
tee A ranged the chlenIs.
The following is the schedule for
the two campaign parties in the
State this year:
Candidates for the United States
Senate and House of erresentatives,
Democratic party of South Carolina,
1902, will attend the following can.
Pickens, Saturuay, August 2.
Walballa, Monday, August 4.
Anderson, Tuesday, August 5.
Abbeville, Friday, August 8.
Greenwood, Saturday, August 9.
Uuion, Tuesday, August 12.
Spartanburg, Wednesday, Aug. 13.
Gaffney, Thursday, August 14.
Yorkville, Saturday, August 16.
Lancaster, Tuesday, August 19.
Chester, Wednesday, August 20.
Winnsboro, Thursday, August 21.
Campaign schedule for candidates
for State offices of the Democratic
party of South Carolina for 1902:
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,
So Says an Old Dutch Proverb.
A woman is naturally her own doctor at thirty, an
In cases where she suffers most a physician is need
less if she is at all
familiar with her
Unnatural modes -
of dress, tight lacing
and high h e e e d
boots, and the /
violation of thelaws
of health are the
usual cause of dis
eases peculiar ther
re m an y other
forms of disease to
which all wom
en are subject
through other ;
'he function- -
al diHorders of
are si'pprested 'l
m truatio n
Bradfleld's Female Regulafel
will be found a w onderful did and invi Lofntor dur
yn ththe delicte cal i,: i .: et direct
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menses, and frees the p.: ig.nt from abdui.i paim
headache, hysterla :and ne'rvousness.
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(E .ste n S tandard Time.)
outh t>ound. Noithboun el
7 45a Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 (0
10 lla Athens 5 28
11 16a Elberton 4 18
12 23p Abbeville 3 15
12 1Sp Greenwood 2 48
1 35p Ar Clinton Lv. 2 00
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7 u, 4 3 . Kinard.. 1 05 34
717 249 Gary... 1259 331
7 26 2 51 ..Jalapa.. 12 54 322
, 00 :i t Newberry 1239 300
2 2 Prosperity 12 2 2 22
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855 : 39 Lt Mountain 12 12 1 56
915 3 1 ...Chapin... 1159 13 9
94 3457 Hilton 1150 129.
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No. N . 1904 No. t Ro.
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