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ARE COWARDS,
SAYS TILLMAN
South Carolina Senator
Denounces Wliitecaps.
TOLBERTS ARE BLAMED
For Persecution of Negroes la Palmetto
StatC'-Farracrs' Institute Meeting
la Greenwood Was Lively.
Senator Ben Till rami was the speaker
at the farrucrB' iustitnto hold at Greon
wooJ, S. C, Wednesday. At the very
boinniLg of his talk he pitchod into
the whitecapjiers, ho havo been ter
rorizing a portion of that section for
tho past ten days, whipping inoffen
sive negroes.
The Ftnator calls them white cow
ards and paid they were a disgrace to
the county. Ho thought if tho Tol
berts, the republican party leaders,
were still stirring up the negroes they
ought to be dealt with.
If you want to uproot the evil and
kill tho snake, go kill theTolbers, but.
don't abuse the poor, innocent black
wretches.
"The yankees," 'said the senator,
-are watching as closely and tho eyes of
tho whole world are now on the race
problem in the south. They will take
advantage of everything of this kind
to abuse the south. You are just play
ing into the yankee's hands. They
are wauting to cut down our represen
tation in congress because of our new
election laws, but otherwise there ia
little better feeling now between the
two sections, but this sort of thing
will arouse bad feeling. Why, just
look at that Jewett woman coining
down here and taking away the nigger
postmaster's family. She comes from
Boston, the head and center of all dev
ilment. The yankees are ready to take
up any such deviltry as this whitecap
ping business, and you people ought
to put a stop to thi3."
The senator talked largely about
agricultural affairs, but later got into
national politics and denounced the
Philippine war, sarcastically scorning
JIcKinley's benevolent assiniulation.
"I have not asked for any army ap
pointment," said he, "because I don't
think any decent man ought to engage
in this outrageous war."
The senator bragged about his part
in the armor plate hold-up, and be
fore he closed he made his usual at
tack upon the newspapers.
Congressman A. C. Latimer, who
represents the Greenwood district,
was the other speaker.' It was the
contest of Latimer's seat by R. R.
Tolbert that caused the election riots at
Phoenix last November. lie did not
refer to the present race trouble, al
though he took occasion to attack the
Philippine policy.
Begged For Vindication of Law.
In the afternoon a mass meeting
was held to denounce the whitecap
ping. The prosecuting attorney of the
circuit made the opening speech aud
the sheriff followed. They begged for
the vindication of the law and the
sheriff said he would arrest anybody if
he only knew who to arrest, but ho
declared his inability to find out who
was at the bottom of the trouble.
Others spoke on the same line, but
Bob Cheatham, who was one of the
election managers at the Phoenix box
last November, when Ethridge was
killed by the negroes, exploded a
bombshell. He cried excitedly:
"I've got a remedy for the trouble.
Drive out the Tolberts and whites and
negroes will live together peacea
bly. Rid the country of the Tolberts
and you'll stop the trouble. I'll lead
the crowd to rid the country of even
the name or leave my wife a widow."
Cheatham's fire-brand talk was ap
plauded, but it was evident that the
majority were against him, not believ
ing that politics is the cause of this
disturbance.
A man in shirt sleeves arose, an J
vehemently begged his neighbors to
help him. His farm had been visited
. , and all the negroes driven off by the
whitecappers. His wife is sick from
the excitement caused by the raids.
He has 173 acres of land in cotton and
can't get a negro to pick it. Even t
well-digger he had temporarily em
ployed had been warned not to work
for him.
The speaker was P. B. Brooks, who
is an industrious farmer living not
three miles from the courthouse.
Resolutions denouncing the white
cappers were adopted and a committee
was appointed to investigate the trou
ble and report to another mass meet
ing to be held in tho disturbed sec
tion. Tho negroes are still taking to the
woods at night and many of them have
left their homes fdr good.
It is believed that political troubles
have caused the disturbance, as the
negroes Lave been quiet since the No
vember riots.
"For the SAe of Fan
Mischief is Done'
" A 'vat amount of mischief h done, too,
beaust people neglect to keep their blooJ
pure. It uppers In eruptions, dysprpsii.
Indigestion, nervousness, kidney disejues,
und ether jiUments. Ihofs SvstpjirilU
cures nil diseases promoted by impure
blood or low sttte of the system.
Tell la Why.
We see the fielder on the plot
Catch every whirling ball;
Illifh ball, low ball, grounder, Hot,
He'll catch Vm one aud all.
Dnt then It's straugf, we V declare,
This solf-Mimo catchlnjr star,
Will dune hrtnutjlf full half a square
And fail to catch a car.
Chicago News.
Mnet Iliv a Good Head.
"And Is your son going to be a God
business man?"
"I guess so. They seem to think
pretty well of hhn down at the olliee,
anyway. They haven't said n word
about discharging him, in spite of the
fact that his hundwiltlng Is the same
ns It was when he came out of
chool." Chicago Times Herald.
She Is Willing To De.
If a girl snys she is to be married
"In a year or two," It means there Is
nothing definite; she has not yet laud
ed him. Atchison (Slobo.
Ak Tour Dealer For Allen' Foot-Ease,
A powder to shnVa Into your shoos: rests
the feet. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen.
Porn, Hot, Callous, Achlnff, Sweating Feot
nnd IPKrowlDK Nails. Allen's Foot-Enso
makes new or tight shoos easy. At all drug
gists and shoe stores, 25 cts. Sample mailed
FllEE. Adr's Alien S. Olmsted, Loltoy, N.Y.
About 400.000 acre of land in tho United
states are planted in vines.
rienuty Ia Wood Deep.
Clei.n Mood means a clean ekln. No
heauty without It. Ciwcnrets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, hy
stirring up the Inzy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-dny to
banian pimples, boil, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Casearets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50o.
Gobi mining will soon begin in Eastern
Servia by Eaglish and German speculators.
Fits permanently cured. No fits or nerro'is
rcss after first day's ue of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve ltestorer. i trial bottleandtiedtlsefree.
Lik. K. U. Ki.ink, Ltd., ai Arch St.. I'htla., Fa.
A blind woman never squanders any money
for mirrors.
Krtucate Tour Kowelt With Cascarets.
Cnndy Cathartic, enre constipation forever,
10c, X!c. If C. C. 0. fall, druggltts refund mouey.
Where Files Go In Winter.
Some one has asked, "Where do
flies go In the winter?" This Is a
question of some Interest, for a house
fly Is born fully grown and of natural
size, nnd there are no little flies of
the same species, tho small ones oc
casionally observed belnjr different In
kind from the large one. The house
fly does not bite or pierce the skin,
but gathers Its food by a comb or
rake or brush-like tongue, with which
It Is able to scrape the varnish from
covers of books, and It thus tickles
the skin of persons upon whom It
alights, to feed upon the perspiration.
A fly Is a scavenger, and Is a vehicle
by which contagious diseases are
spread. It pol3on3 wounds, and may
carry deadly virus from decaying or
ganic matter into food. It retires
from sight at the beginning of winter,
but where It goes few people know.
If a search of the house be mado
files will be found in great numbers
secreted in warm places In the roof
or between the partitions of floors.
Last winter an architect had occa
sion to examine a roof, and found
around the chimney myriads of flies
hibernating comfortably, and sufll
clently alive to fly when disturbed
"in overpowering clouds." No doubt
this Is a favorite winter resort for
these creatures. New York Press.
When Sd a stroke Is Desirable.
The shadow of dabt ia rather gloomy
but some of us would ruu great risk
of sunstroke If we ever got out of it.
Puck.
Why Io You Scratch?
When you can cure yourself for fifty cents?
All skin diseases such as totter, salt rheum,
ringworm, eczema, etc., ran be surely curod by
an ointment called Tetterlne. Any number of
testimonial shown for the asking. Nothing
else Is as good. Unleps your druggist has it,
send BOc. in stamps to the manufacturer, J. T.
Shuptrfne, Sarannah, Ua., for a bos postpaid.
A defective hammock sometimes cau-es
lovers to fall out.
Tcn't Trbarto Sf snd fir eke YrurLlft Awsy.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, ta mac.
netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-Bac.
the wonder-worker, that makes wenk men
strong. All drupplsts, COc or 91. Cure Rtiaran
teed. Booklet ' and earn; le free. Address
Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Lies find cats never truvel in a straight
line.
I
f
To cure, or
liSflllMllSJIlI!
Coui Sntaral to 'P.m.
"Chllvlrr rit children! Duii't make
duih a frightful uotv," h-ild the
ruotlipr.
"Vtrp plii.rlntc ptnnibm, mamma,"
h.nUl Mat! It. poh.ilr.
"Vfs, I know, dear; bt:t It Isn't ncc
csary to make mirh a terrlblo noln."
"Yi'H It l. mamma. We've got to
where Ifatllc InsUH on paying the
faro and no do I." -Tit UiU
The llitteniraa f It.
Wife of his Itosoin -Socratlo. dear
est, what U t li r mutter?
Mr. S. Welled Iledd Ca literary cel
ebrity) At last It has come at last!
Not a single paragraph about me lu
my of the papers this morning.
I 'unch.
SUM More Counterfeit Inf.
The Hrrret Nervine uaa Juat unearthed an
other bnnJ of ttiiiuterfwItfM ami atourrd a
Inrc quantity of lmg-tia tills, wtilrh are eo
rleverljr eiecutril thai tho average person
w tild nerer suspect thi-m of belli rpurious.
'I hlnps of srrnt valu ure always ealei'ted for
liiillH't n, notably llontetter'a Stomach, lilt-
trrs, wh1-h tins mniif Imitator but no equals
for cllaordera like Indlgeatlnn, dyspepsia, on
HtlpRtlon. ne rvoimnfsi Btid Kneral debility.
Alwiyspo to r liable drugUta who liaTO the
rejmtiiiltu of thing what you auk for.
Money mike tho man only when the man
blmeelf nmWcJ the money.
In China as Well as Many Parts
of America ihe mulberry I highly ralued for
curing cntisilpailon, headache and llrer com
plaint Wlntersmlth'a "Mulberry Pills" con
.initio th rnnreutrated active nrlnclple of
the mulberry ia the best laxative and lUer
medtclDe yet known. To prove It a sample
alze box 1 mailed to any addre on rttcelns of
3 cent stamp to pay postage. Addrois
Aktkl'H PetehA Co.. Louisville, Ky.
Fact inuxtbe fetnlulno-at least they are
stubborn tilings.
'o.To-i:c for Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed toi acro habit rtire. makes weak
men strong, bleed pure. TOc, $1. All druggists.
There is a line of railway In England, the
expense of which isnsarly $10,000,01)0 per mile.
State op Ohio. Citt or Toledo. I
Licas County. i ' '
Frank J. Cheney makes ostn tht lie Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J.Chf:nkt&
Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,
County and Sute afore M, and that said Arm
wlil nay the sum of onh hundred DoiXAHSfor
each and every case of CATAHHH that cannot
be cured by the use of It all's Catarbii Cure.
Frank J. CnsMV.
Sworn to before me Rnd subscribed in my
1 preenre, this 1Kb day of Itocembcr,
SEA L A. D. 1S80. A. W. G LEA RON.
v I AVUII V 1 num.
Hall's Catarrh Cureistakfn internally, and
acts directly on thehlooxi and mucous surfaces
of the gytjtcm. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & -'o., Toledo, O.
fold by DniKgNts. 73o.
Hall's Family mi are the best.
Sirs. Winslow's Boothin? Syrup forrhlldren
I eet hi nir. softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion. allays pain. cores wind colic 25c. a bottle.
Plso's Cure Is the medicine to break up
children g Coughs and t olds. Mrs. M. U
lii.l'NT, Sprague, Wabb.. March 8, 1894.
A low-lylnn lccbei jc is called by the sailors
a ' growler
To Cure Contlat Ion Forever.
Take Casoarets Candy Cathnrtlc. 10c or ?5c,
If C. C. C. fall to cure, dt ugglstsrefuud money,
The averace speed of a carrier pigeon In
calm weather Is L'-OO yards a minute.
"I have gone 14 dnji at a time without at
moveraeut of the liowtli, nut being able to
move them except by usinjj tot water Injections,
Clironio coustlpattou for )vou years placed ma In
(his terrible condition; during that time I did ev
erything 1 beard of but norcr found any rollef ; tuch
was ray case until 1 betau tisiug CAsCARK'i'3. 1
now have from one to toreo passngea a day, and If I
was rich I won! a i,lve (lUO.'JO for end) movement; it
is such a relief. ' ay lmeii L. IIcxt,
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Pleasant, ralatauie, i'o.snt. Taste flood. DO
Good, I-iever Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10c, 20c, Wc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
SterlUf r.tawlj Coapaay, Ckinfo, la(i-l, R York. 321
THE ATLANTA
udtnedd
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Is what tho largest and best school
systems use.
Chnlk rrodnced by Hons.
A flock of 100 hens will produce in
pgshells seA'eral pounds of chalk an
nually, and yet not a pound of the
substance may exist within the cir
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found in the food consumed and in
the sand, brick dust, bits of bones,
etc., which hens and other birds are
constantly picking up. The Instinct
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they are devoured with as eager a
relish as the cereals or insects. If
hens are confined to barns or outbuild
ings it Is obvious that the egg-produc
ing machiners cannot bo kept long In
action unless the materials for the
shell are supplied.
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Ia your breath bad? Then your
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A bad breath meant a bid liver.
Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure
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tick headache. 25c. All druggists.
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Men's $2.50
Boys1 $1.75
Yonths' $1.50
Little Gents' $1.33
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ll not kept by druggists mail 25 cents to C.
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ANY a dutiful daughter pays in pain for her mother's
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The mother suffered apcl ?h thjnTcs her daughter
must suffer also. This true only to a limited extent. No
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Irregular menstruation
and leucorrhcea. My
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stomach sour and bowels
were not regular, and
was subject to pains like
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her
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