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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursda3, September 19, t :3!5
The Constitutional Convention.
There will be no ButlerCounty now.
It was run .red on Saturday eveji,g
that there would be a mo.ion to recon
sider the matter of Butle- Unty,
which nane the Constitivimiial Con
vention had siven to ti new county
to be cat off from Edgetield, and the
rumor became rea!istic on Monday.
The figh- was ma!le m,inly by B. R.
Tilnian, W. J. Taibert and R. B.
Wa'son, fom Edgefie!d Cniitv, who
were against the But!erCouity sc'ivme,
and George D. Till i;an, J. L. M. Irby
and Stanyarne Wilon, wh , favel ed
naming the county Butler.
Senator Tillwan mad.- a notio.i to
change the name from Butler to Sa
luda. George D. Tillma-i asked for
the reason. B. it. Tillmnan stated that
he was absent when th3 vote was
taken and the speeches were made in
support of the Batler County scheme.
He had left to see a daughter who had
been ill in Georgia and. wh:> had re
turned home, and he wanted to see
her. It was nothing but a natural
paternal desire. It was best perhaps
that he was not present when the
speech was made, or be might not be
able to discuss the matter in cold blood.
He hoped he had recovered self-posses
sionl and could speak calmly and dis
passionately, lHe had never shirked a
duty and always st.o I on principle.
He rose to do justice to the living and
also to the dead. The people who
propose to change the county want it
named Saluda; they drew the ordi
nance as Salada and they still want it
called Saluda. The question is neces
sc.sily personal toXa large extent, be
tause'the name already given (Butkr)
is the name which is considered
what as supplanted by mec in the Unhi
ted States Senate, and some think I
oppose it because of his name. It is
true, but not from prejudice. Hie was
no3t fighting an individual, but was
simply keeping the convent ion from
stultifying itself by sending the news
abroad that the Rteform Constitutional
Convention of South Carolina rebuked
the Legislature which retired Butler
from the United States Senate. It
must be remzemiberd that Butler
(M. C.) is the only living representa
live of that famous family; all the
others have passed ont of the memory
of the outside world; their deeds are
ancient history and it would be her
aIded abroad that this convention has
rev-ersed the action of the last Legis
lature. In measured words he said
this last representative has disgraced
the name of Butler and .made it a
stench in the nostrils of every white
man in South Carolina. After makin'g
his fight before the people an't was
bseaten fairly lhe sti,l opp.o.-ed th - will
ef the people.. You have been told
that it were hungry ofmie-seekers who
b.arked at his hees. You were toed
that it was doub,tful if his cqual will
ever be found in the Senate from this
State. UXe- could meet this stah, comn..
iug from the source it did, (Geo. D.
'iilmnan) in silence. He did not set
himself up as Butler's eqnal or supe- I
rior; had never blown his own horn;.
had met all opponents fa=rly and
bravely in debate and the people have
giveni substantial recognition and be
could pass this by.
As to my friend (Irby) on the right
who was the subject of this same comn
parison, it is his concern and not mine.
Hie may acknowledge his own inferi
ority to Butler i,f he choses. Per
haps there are others here who will
agree with. him. By his vote (in favor
of Butler County) he pats in a plea of
guilty and admits the justice of the
He would pass to another phase of
the subject, would do justice to the
deed. It was asserted that Mart Gary
died under a cloud of preindice. I
say it is not true. Hle died under a
cloud of slander and lies heaped on
him by men who defeated him by un
fair .nuethods, taking snap judgment
and nominating Hiagood. I can dis
pryve the assertion as a personal wit
I met a friend of Butler's in Augusta
who lit it out to me that this was a
plan to defeat Gary (for Governor),
and Gary was Seing char.ed with in
dependetismn. IndtifiedGarv~ an;d told
him to put the l'e on any inrdepenIdent
ismi on his pirt. iIe sh:n ed mae his
speech to be published on the mt- er.
ion which might have giveu his ene
nies a chance to bring unjust charg es
igainst him. He pledged himself to
5:and by the choice of the people of
ou State. When his enemies got his
speech and know of the pledge they
tricked him and nominated Ilagood,
and we all had to submit. Here Geo.
). Tillman asked him if he ever heard
of the letter Mart Gary sent Col. Cash.
Senator TiUm in replied, "Yes, and
that letter contained reference .o But
ler's cow,-rdly and ungratefut attack
on Col. Ca6h about a duel with Shan
non, but no reference to indep.ndent
ism ani was not published until after
Gary's death "
At a mass meceing called to raise a
monument to Gary, it was Butler
and his friends who prevented action
being taken. They pursued the dead
hero to his grave and prevented efiort
to honor his memory. This and false
charges of independentism prevented
raising the monument. He had a right
to run as an independent after beiDg
swindled by Hampton, Butler and
lagood. After Butler was defeated
last year We are told that he organized
the Pope movement and tried to put
independent legilative tickets out,
even trying to u-e the negro.
Does this convention want to stran
ge me by naming the new county
But:er? I know Butler did his full
duty in '76; but Gary was the peerless
leader who Eaved the State frum thra'
doin. In 1876, John Chainberliin was
to sp)ek, the red thirt proc(s-ion was
forming and Gary was c>unty chair
m1anA anp in clarge f the best organi
zLion kLow.1, but 3u-ler took it upon
Idine!f to ride at the head of the
column and pick out the line of march.
Ile held a conference with a white
scalawa. marshal for the negroes and
agreed that the procession of red
sh.r:s sh uld take a cr:ain route up to
within one Lundred yards of Chamber
ait's stand. This radical marthal
t.et Gary at the head of a mile of men
and -wanted him to observe Butler's
agreement. In loud tones the Bald
Eagle replied, "This is public prep
erty, get out of my way, you damed
white puppy, I will ride where I
please," and rode on. Senator Till
wan recited another instance whien
Mart Gary filled the square at Edge
field Court [louse and defied Gen.
Ruger, of the United States army, on
election day refusing to give up the
Butler <tid his duty at Hamburg,
bt you remember the stab he tried to
give me last summer about this matter
with reference to the Hamburg riot.
Ie has been repaid for his services to
tie State, and if he had one scintilla
of patriotism he would have died be
fore he would act as he did in 1894.
We are asked to name this county
after this traitor. Will you disgrace
yourselves by naming this county
IRBY G ETS HOT IN TUE COLLAE.
~Senator Irby .egretted the necessity
ofreplying. Had Senator Tillmian not
seen fit to criticise his silence on
Saturday lie would say nothing. It
is very nice on Ben Tillmnan's part,
after arraying Reformers and Con
servatives against each other in this
convention to talk about peace and
quiet as he usually does. I did not
join the politicians in this State in
crying for peace, all that was mere
rre ext for office. We are here reprc
sentinig the people and should have
peace and harmony. Ie dares to
criticise me because I voted as I
pleased. I paid no special compl:
ment to M. C. Butler by my vote and
I throw it back in his teeth that nothing
M. C. Buticer may do wvi.1 ever disgrace
the name of Butler ic So,uth Carolina.
(Loud applause.) It will live (the
name Butler) wheni )on are dead and
forgot.en (pointing to Tillmnan). I do
not hamipioni 13utler, but fought him
earnestly and was instrumnental in his
defest, but whe Gen. Bu'lcr went
down lie was guilty of indiscretion,
he~ w .s ignmiiniousl,' deieaaed by yun,
o y..a shonhi have been in:gnzanimnotus
eough not t' follow himt on the this
souvetionI. We are not here to
:bampion anybody andt so help me God
[ wil vote for no lawv that is not for
the good of both factions. I reminded
Senator Tillman of that and hope he
may not forget it-the people never
will-that M1. C. Butler is as good as
Joe Barnivell. You say, sir, that
utler disgraced himself. Where does
Barn well stand? The first man to
oppose the people and had courage
enough to run on the Haskell ticket.
Has he disgraced the Barnwell name?
ie may disgrace himself, but never the
Barnwell name. But Barnwell is not
such an objectionable name, good
enough for Senator Tillman to enter
into a written contract with, which
would defeat the will of the people.
He signed this with Barnell and it
comes with bad grace from him to say
that a man who Totes for Butler
County has disgraced himself. I have
always voted and acted as I pleased.
I have done as much for him person
ally and politically as any man in
South Carolina. Yet he dares after
gog home to Ineet his daughter, to
reprimand me. I thought he went to
see a sick daughter. Why did he not
stay here and answer that speech on
Saturday? IIere Geo. Tilirman stated
his former remarks as to comparison
of senators. Irby replied that lie
understood it as rep'(d. We all
strud on our nmersts and it is for the
people of South Carolinia to say who
s great ai Who is not amongst her
:itizens. I sincerely regret th, it the
treat leader (tD. R. Tiliman) should so'
ar forget him self in this c,invention
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitch
and Children. It contains n(
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth
It is Pleasant. Its guarani
Millions of Mothers. Castori
feverishness. Castoria prei
cures Diarrhcea and Win
teething troubles, cures c
Castoria assimilates the f<
and bowels, giving healtb
toria is the Children's Pan.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Di. G. C. Osoom,
Castoria S the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
D, J. F. KmcazLoz,
The Centaur Company, 77 N
ltians and tin-t to Ion h~*, wivp
over my head. I proadIN u,;kn)wl od!e
that I voted f,r Butler County atnd
with pleatiro will I staid by my vole.
oved to refer tie mat-er back to tie
people in the territory as the best w&y
to settle the matter. le had never
seen as much trouble im naming a
baby even. He did not vte for
Bu:A'cr Co-.nty ou M. C. Butler's ac
onllIt, but he voted fo.a the Butler
tame as he thought it deservirg.
uler was an illustrious name. Ile
pudited aly charge of Populism on
mself or other members of Congress.
Go. D. Ti Iman said he had not made
sch a cl.arge iln his Saturday's speech.
Mr'. Wilson defended his dlemocracy
ith much feeling. He had examinoed
Bler's reccrd in the Uni:ed St a!05
meale and found nothing for the
ate to be ashamed of. He paid a
ibute to Senator Tiliman and theught
he would make as influential a membei
sthe State could desire.
Mlr. Geo. Johnstone wanted no
ersonalities, but to recommit the bill
nd put the people of this territory. in
le bruds of the Legislature would
ot accomplish their desired pntrpose.
hey hIad beeni put off for foatv years.
aid for forty years lIe wanted tis
unty anl I it ws tit.t;ted up tn at
cent date t. .at i th:tt itn tiy add l.e
na .1 Untter lie -ured m ha
she hadl dont', nfter 1n'b-r 'as it 'n-Wi
wt n ot man,ly. lie knt a it was
anniI.. t >.mtiike his -tdver--ary when
he o..g and41 wn.t Wf not l:e cton
vutioni t., defend h:m. elf Str'ikIinsg
hself in the breast lhe said wvith em.
asis: '-This Lreast coubiI t-av-r tnave
dne these things." lie. s'igt L at
nator Tiliman had gone back to
6to recount the events of that time
ospeak of Gen. Gary's got.d deeds;
tat no~ man held loitier esteem for
m. Gary than he did. 14e had done
what he could to have that monumett
cted. No man did raore to red,em
e State than did ~It t Gary. but. ! e
a s>rtry to .see that; thonghi he leen n
ood estate th.tre wms o stonte to Tin '
mean somuch more~ than
you imagine-seriouis and
fatal diseases rs-dk from'
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
and generally ex
fIhaust ied ervous,
- ave no appetite
begin at once tak
ing themost relia
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A fewv bot
B tes cure-benefit
,, comes from the.
1i very first dose-it
won't .sta:n y.OU?
teeti: anda it' s
pleasant to taike.
Dyspepsia,. Kidn;ey and Liver
CostiatirJt, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous aihneats
lines on t-.: wcar,pe-:. All otiM e s u
Lt ituts. . On receipt .of t wo o'.:.!'s t a
~il sett. set of ') e-s B -:ut15: ! .~ '-. -'
,r's prescription for Infa t3
ther Opium, Morphiae or
It is a harmless substituto
Lng Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ee is thirty years' use by
a destroys Worms and allays
rents vomiting Sour Curd,
d Colic. Castoria relieves
Dustipation and flatulency.
od, regalates the stomWaCh1
y and natural sleep. Case
xeea-the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as snperior to any pre--cription
known to me."
11. A. AncusR. 3;. D.,
111 So. Oxford St ., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Our physician!; in the children's depart
-=ent have spoken highly of their experi
-ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to conf,ss that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
.favor upon it."
U.rTED UosprrAL A.,D DIsPENSARY,
I ALLN C. X=nl TCS.l Boston, 3Mass.
:.ray Street, New York City.
is arave, and the NeeCS were grow"
ir there. As for him he forgive the
taalts of both Gary and Butler. But
Ier was a great diplomat and had
proved it. It was useless to talk about
punching people in th sides with
a pitchfork in Washington. He want
ed the conve, ion to act L.ke men and
hoped the nevy conty woud bear tile
name of Butler.
But on a test v;te it was named
Saluda by a vote of 34 to 58.
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
Fainting, WVerrk or IIungry Spells, Irre gu
lr or Int,erm.ittent Pulse, Fluttering or I'al
pitation, Chioring Sensation,-Shortnuess of
Breath, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, arc
symptoms of it diseased or Weak IIcart.
* . . . 6 MILR
Of Fort Wayne, Ind., v;rit es on' Nov. 29, iSm4
I was a,iBicted for i.rr y years with heart
troubland 3.filred..gntold augony. I had
weak, hus-;;ry spells,.aind miy hear:, would
palpitate a liard, the pain would be so ae ute
and tortu:r.ing,. that I became' a weak arnd
nervous I t,ul not Sle'eP. L was t reated by
severil p-nysicins wiout reflic anid gave
up vr be-in'we ag:... About two ycars
ago I com:aetred using Dr. M ilcs' Remedies.
One bottle c'f thC Ii art. Care sicpped all
heart troubles a.nd the Rettorative Nervin1o
did the rest.a.nd nlow I sk*p r1-ound :ry '! at
tendtomnyho;scholdarnd ocCial?duties e:lth
out any trouble 5nfCE.Adrs
Sold hydruh;,.,ts.Boken r.Adrs
Tr. Miles 1e ilcal Co., Fikhrart Inud.
HCleases and beauutfies the hair.
romotesja luxurant grow'h.U
EZbever Fails to Restore Grays
Curessep d.ses a hair .rnng.
The Lsading Co: eraryo o
Founded in ii.t by
S-giving funi informatien.
FN FR AN W. II^zE. ineda Mana.
DR. E. C. JETER,
P hysician and Surgeon.
IOffers his professional servics to the
people of Fair field.
Postoffice address Jenkinisville. S '2
Hot H-ouse Plants-.
a.A Es choice collectionl of hot
house p t for sale. Also .tifty
selet varieties of Chrysaitbemn;ms.
Twnty plaLnts frSO
Patronize home enterprize.
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experience in the patent business. Commnriria.
tons strictly confidlential. A Itan dbook of In
formation concerning Patents andI lrnw to ,b
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Ical and scientiric books sent free.
Patents taken) throrugh Munn & Co. rec.eive
s ecial notioce in the Seientiilc .'.muerien n. ain:
tus are brom:hrt wi<dely hern the pulie with
ot cost to thet invetr.r. Ti; ste::dhippr
Issued weekly . 'tlcativ Iistra . Iha i.: :r i e
argest circultin of any Vc":. wo(!: i h
w orld. S:3 -1y r . *:e - . c
Bid ngEit: I v r.nnhly. ra yoea un.:ieau
c ~pies.-5cets. Ivr mbrcotisbu
tful plate, in colors. and phr.toL'raphs of new
hoses. with p1-an., onablin" builders to shnw the
l?dsigns nd 'ecure contract. A<ddrcv
FALL OF 1895.
PAlOTRCL'il"Y TO TUd'. N
wil! be Wise cnough ;.> cek ietu i l
ba luz, and I clai:n to hv 01
bargains to ilnr liy frienis th: s z ahi
S iv 1V iny rao--1s why% I >ropusc tc
uu: [ersell all comelitor.e, as f.: ows
st.-Ota etire .4ock of Ge!:,ral Mer
chandise ..S-3 b con.ver:' d int'
ready -1h ill order to wind til
the business of.A. M.,cdonald '
il.-l prefer to give my friends a1
neilborS tie >enefit of thl
Svepilig railleti oni in p:'i'
'.tler I1 : ( sell OnL ill :I himp
01h11 a: 111 Il* '"? t cI e 'tln opp' 1
iy f '' citii. r bar'nin'
3rd.-Wh.t the aiv:nnc 0an o
-i nt, 1 oIl' Iille, WAe f'>i'lu:mlC
I a: ; ,i.r t;n tippl t o: hanjI
Nid 1.C i1;(it wi%h Ihe advanc
hoi at Iirl Cosa.
-M . liv. ilt e I l;L t I LL tat
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B I l a I.i g .! '>1A TI'S
3Igi thure an e>u at u> y :'uvLia
they were at,v/"- wi .[(,o pac ani
Wil give .you great a'lvan!ztae in you
13L ACSTOCK, S. C.
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Cured By Dr. Miles' Nervini
S OWADAYS when competition is so sharp and keen, when the
struggle for wealth, position, or a bare living is so severe, when
it takes so much more effort, so much more brain power t
Scomplish the same result than it did a few short
~ nd women are so liable to overwork themselves. Before they are aware of.
it they become nervous, sleepless, exhausted and irritable. They are tired,
a -anguid, nerveless and physically are going down hill at s, rapid rate.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores,-brings back health.-cUnEs,-just such
people. The Re':. I. V. McCarty, pastor of the First United Brethren church
of Wabash, Ind., writes Nov. 19, 1894:
"IC was very healthy until seven years ago, thought I could stand anything;
but, from overwork and exposure, I was stricken down with brain fever and
narrowly escaped death. Since that time I have suffered more than ever.
"tbegan with neuralgia and a continuous, terrible pain in the left side;
at times I was dizzy and had the severest of headaches. My digestion was
very baa and I had a great deal of stomach trouble, and suffered untold agony:
I was constipated nearly all of the time. I was thin in fiesh and so much re
duced in nerve force that I had little life and no ambition.
"Six weeks ago I began taking Dr. Miles' remedies and have taken nearly
two bottles of the Restorative Nervinc and three boxes of the Nerve and
Liver Pills. The result is truly marvelous. I feel liko a boy again. I have
gained eighteen pounds and have more strength and nierve force than I have -
had at any time in the past seven years.
-"Last evening at the close of service, I publicly stated to the large audi
ence the facts of the marvelous benefits that I. had received from your remc
dies, how they had given me strength and hope and vitality to better go on
with the work of the Master. May the Dear Master abundantly bless you.
January 30, 1895, he again writes:
"Prior to last October, when I began the use of your valuable, remedies,
I was almost an entire mental and physical wreck, but now, thanks to Dr.
Miles for his Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, I am a healthy
and exceedingly happy man. Before I began the use of your medicines I very
seriously contemplated resigning my position as pastor of the First U. B.
church of this city, but now with restored health I can remain, to the great
ic~y of my people.
"After two months revival work, two services each day, I am still strong
and well. May the dear Master of life abundantly bless you."
r. Miles NeineRestores
Ask any STE ARNS rider
what be thinks of his
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