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when the sc<*i' iit a s;o
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concern ' > ;
suctions lot<! mv. i imao
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I)Oukm And it .<?tn K ?ri: t"i
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' l>y one who was his close friend
I and one .\hoin he tried to save
from defeat, and also his successor
in cilice.
"Notwithstanding this, Gov.
Tillman did not make the slightest
attempt to make the parties
from whom he bought thousands
; of gallons of liquor, at a greater
i price than the same goods were
: sold to other liquor establishments,
show that his conduct in!
the matter was honest. This!
! committee represented the tax
|payers of South Carolina, wilh a '
! delegated duty to p rform ; thevj
vi.Toiio busy-bod s an) thou--'
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< iiht a seriouM [>! iso of tc?e in;. <
rider s were revarioe 1 l?y man
j elected i>> l'i< friends ?i (I one
ho el"imr,d tr> ,Ne ''is friend-;
"M v former friend! I< r mT*'1
! lie added.
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to see (liar no nr. laktv' wt .e
undo.
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Silvo prov atrt such c<
I wliefe
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tied the o." ' <>:?
di."?eaneB. I'ilcs V
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decided that Mr. Appelt shou
have the reply if he wished.
There was some interruption
Mr. Appelt, and Senator Tillrat
got up and said he was not pre
entas a bulldozer, but he want<
absolute fair play to both side
Senator Appelt then weut <
with his presentation. lie bu
he had supported Tillman
faithfully and as loyally as at
man in South Carolina, and wi
feeling said, "So help me Go
I've been his friend and ha^
passed through a great deal f
liiui right here in this county
1! > insisted *hat he had not got
bach on the Refoi n M nemer
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ol>?- mui a ?i&h>
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ene.niv to Mu? |)r?m? rr i4io part
r.ioLciriii no t?o1:- :)4 to ?
wit 11 his ' nt .rj:ti^ 11 Ci WHfl
friond of I\ r'f> ' '5t?r hpfo
i !- oy,* 'fVnnn 'iiC1 mp modi
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rr'firl'- wooH not puppo
ittd Mpl -tirin ii'tt f ?pt hi
' I s no i f ' oir? into t!
Republican pariy, utnl ho h
!-n\ ?'.l hi in. li ha> 11 w;.\ s ;.(lv
ft. d t ho party plpt'pn m maim:
as it now road", and ho raw
'pr.iton nt t!.t'3 tinio vJiy *l?1
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iii > 1 a t 11 i 11 1S 1 i v /1J ! i J pt
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I) i hop of ?f * ' \ 1 1? f *
'ir*ih;r.\ Ii. t the pe
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MM't- n or Kcrroys tiu.m \v,
; .. j p c> t t ii t* 11 i y 2i (1
iu^ i]!i tii
'he* c'rir^os that h> profom
and that lie really had notlii
to add ?it this tirr?. T
li ;t <>f qM 'T^ionf follow *
1 i\" y >-\of the f rimirr ? v?;t"
1 ,?(} o ijivp every v. 1
.zo in the selection
lilt f?-r i 171 re?
9 Doe-j not our party plod
\.:y whit a man to bo
i:dat< who pledged hi rust
i'Hi iid Id ci !.)<.* ItlOCf it t rtiOi w
lutlo the r<"-n!t and support t
i joineos for the primary ? Thi
<\ hy change it now ?
:}. W :is not one of I lie ma
'en.'Is ol the lie for ill moveine
t ' 'ring tho candidates faeo
...o, . . the lieonln mid it
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uld b? iree tljoii^l
'1 and I rot? action?
\om and porrc of yo
Id pretending friends not m favor of
fixing the party pledge so that a
man who does not agree with
in you on certain questions, not
8" withstanding he claims to be a
Democrat, endeavoring now to
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prevent hnn from giving thepeopie
an opportunity to decide
whether or not ho is a Ljniocrat ?
,v 5. When t he dispensary system
th was inaugurated did you not make
d, large purchases of the stock?
>Te 0. I 'id there not exist at that
or: time a "Whiskey Trust," and did
jyou not make large purchases]
i from u member of that trust?
it
*i 7. Di i not the trust, have an
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j agreement to pay its purchasers
la certain rebate ?
S. During the several months
of your '.'ministration large
\x titiest liquor was pur
]**"<: ' ? ,? ? -any r.b.t?
ci : . I ou the-boix..- oi the in-'
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O44 tili) OOUKo i
1<1. D'd you ever gef cotton'
i meat and have it charged to
'! per 'entiary and insi-t npoii|
that institution paving lor it, and |
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lOnlv p id "or it after abivit two
if | 1
,<r years and then by contp; miist 'j
11. >\r!iat authority did vou
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an 1 have i' charged to the State?!
i
, v'...r use that belonged toj
I tlie people ot the btule Would |
you have ollered to pay tor these
brir! - had it not been exposed!
,
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Id. Ilow many bu.-hels of oals,
1 get !iem ; ne bla.e farm
a aim have shipped to you at your,
re j onie in Trenton ?
1-1. Did you have tlie right to
w, I . , , j
run .. private larm at the expense 1
1P i ol I he Slate ?
f v
id. liy what right in law or i
morals did you get the authority,'
ml.
. <?t State expense, to gel wood,lie
j
rod and vegetables?
,e1
;> Ih 1 you not continue to
, i a' i ive products Irom the poui
i! > tentinry at your home in Trenton
reins I if'> as 1807, not even paying
r?'i! ' ? f*xpe'*-e charge ?
IT. Ihl you not <lt n uiiioe your
i rt dv Ct sors in odice and <
r.i '
i?>itenness" because ol alleged
pilfering from the penitentiary i
IS \\ i- not a committee Kent
lei
i1(> tranKactiutis, ret i>ed Mio iir!r to
exatnin 11n? Iiiioks, and did nt?i
' t'i nicmnpr-i of (lie tnid refuse
" 1 ? be subjected lo an examination
n j on oat h i
It). Was not your dealings w.j b
, the Irtist questtoned ami did you
lover demand of the trust thai
'?! -v p'-rmif nn investigation of
lio your transactions ?
20. I);.l 3*011 not on the liusi
>(],jingf croule I ho impression ui ?
n
Free Blood.
We recommen 1 Botanic B! 1
1 DM::] (!!. H B.) for all trouble
I 'such s uleers, eating sore-", ner<>l
r ula eczema, itching hi'more, pi np!
les,boils, carbuncles,blood poiM>n.
Jahing bones, festering sores,
cancer, catarrh, rheumatism,
a. Botanic Blood Balm cures ail
>1! mal:gnnnt blood or Um di ,?!
:ji' especially advised for old do p
I ; seated case. It cures when all
I oho fails. Iloals every sore or
en pimple, stops ail aches and i tin
*)V giving a healthy M >nd j !v
in Thoroughly tested for 30 yaru.
i Thousands cored. A t drug ?*nro*
' $1. per large battle Our r?? id*?r'
* J will receive a trial treatment;
at j free by v- riting I>r. Gillain, 213 (
Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ua. i>u ,
scribe trouble and free medic a
advice given. Medicine 30 I
OnCC, plv^AI <(
BEST FOR THE i
BOWELS J
If jrou haven't n n-ifnlnr, lio.i'M-v movement of the JBJ
bowels every liny. juu'M III or i III I.e. Keep your
bowels open, mill lie well. Koreo. Ill tl-o shape of violent
physic or pill poison. Is itnpcerou*. The smoothest,
ca*le <t. most perfeet wojr of Itecpiiii; the bowels
clear ami clean Is to take
t CANDY
CATHARTIC
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EAT 'f?M LIKE CANDY
IM f'alat.Jil", 1 ?* 1 t T;^t" Hood, DoOoud,
1 Nevt r Hlckc'i, Wi?n l%en t; iii' . 10, r*?. aixl f? ) cciltl
l"T i ?x Wrlto for f?i? sin It, a net lot ) hi or*
lioalth Ac!d?o>.t J i;a
jintlMVi Rirt'ir rOTJP.v^Y, C'TirACOor NFW TORI.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN |
Nfliiifi (^I'olipi! <v I'PiifO'ifi
VJtt.l I'llfiU v'u \jl V UI S-^ | (A
Rx. R. R. Co.
PAS K N CI K R I > KI' A RT M K N T
, Si'! .dul Elective Jan. l.r>, 1U'2.
Read n Road
ivA Cidblt'ili iii.ic ..
Down i 1 Up
j Ni.'I j"No j
Siatioas ?" |y *
I I Jy | ly !
A VIA UjP M V m!i> M'l> m
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*" I. i" fjv ( hmkII'H Ar 3 50 (5 5o!
Ht'K:ilh |.
i' \ iiio :t it o '?>i
in ; n 1 ii.. *lvi-rehuu* 2 17 h 3<|
! I ' Hi :tt!l Sprlr-rs 'J :??; | lOl
I'.' 711 . u.. i,i ren tot 7 f-'>, 3 fj
I ' I ' Kltvrsiile I 4.V, 3 1..
J ii 2 ^i ; niitw 'in Juuct. 1 3'1 St1
i o k t.i I i> l i
I i 3 1M Tlrzah 12 51 10 47
"i " y<ir ; v 1 ? ' X <)
In 3 4 Sharon 17 2" 0 4?
"ii I 11 1 II ii '. orj (. rovi i'.' i "' 0 |i I* M
V.? " * Sn'vrnn M ft'-' K 5" N'o
I l> I.-. U.scksbuig.'it 13 1) , 0 Ii
e_y] 3 O - I ... I. I f.l C. -I* ii
ft Puiti-r*on Spew li i> ft 15
ft ; s' in ?>< 1 n no
ft i I. lUim.tre hi ;! 4 15
ft v- >; < > *o <
rt oft! Henrietta liO 2n| 1 ? 14
1' -It' ? :M r.ir -t c tv 0 Oft! 3 15
H I" I ; ii a;I itriucrtoi-atoi. n fto; I 3 '!)
' I't.ci mol t'ity I i* 2o I 2 i->
12 ftM ! 7 i) Glen wood | i? oo! ! 2 20
j 3o iilui'iou | & i ' | I 2 00
VV ft. ST j EA*?T
1 Gaffnev Branch IhH Io.IuI Cln.
" ' N' 11 __ No M 13.
Olli ! '.li! \ K AHTI UN 11 Mft'. ',l,-.lv Hally
l.x >':n ft..v Sun I x Sou bx Sun
: M i a STA'iToxa i am p M~
i ft ! 10 r !i Milsi. K.illn ti fti ft "0
. 6 30 /.
*2" mi unto-, for ''inner
Trains No's HI. 35, 11, 12,13,14,15,
iiinl ! iI arc operated dailv tit eu iiun(
OltN 01 lONs M \ Or HY SOTTM IIOI'NJA
Til A INS.
A ? M arion : Xo .32 connect s at Mnrion
with soul her n Kj train X o 3(5 which
arrives at Marion :.t 2s, A M , from
< hattiinoii^a, A?hcvi!le and intermediate
points.
At itlnrk?lmrg : No 3 and .Via 11
, count '(- will, southern IC3 train No.
3(5 which arrive- at Iliad, .bur;; at
I 7 t">, A. M . from Atlanta, Greenville,
1 .Spurt anbury and intermediate points*
Vi.tr'v v . te : No. 3'oonnec'3 with
' A; \ \V. train Xo. 7<i which leaves
! Y01UviIie it itt Is, a. ,\[., for Gaatonia
... .ioii nun iiiiH' pnnil *.
At r.k Hi. : X .'12 nml 31 cor. I
m-p s wi h >niitl|prii 1% trai i n 75
i iviii h !e:?v Knek l!i I it 3 30 p in o?*
r, ''olnniliia ml n or filiate
{ poilit ?.
At t at uvi ha : Nn'.~ 32 and 34
Irnnmc i*h S. A. I. . tin n No. 30
I which t ntawt'a .lot ao 7.45
I*. '< , fiir Monro ami in'crmcilinto
1 poi n: *.
At LanoKftcr : No's 32 rd 31 ronivrt
v it!. !.. A t , trh.11 Xo. 10 winch
' l??nvn" 1 BUM'tHr nt 4 t". T? M , fop
i.i' i or a ' i >.. (>r i it i ?1 i a t * point-.
At < undeii : With A . <'. I, < N \V.
! of c.) for (Mnir oton. SnmtiT,
Flo ?'!!' , D.irl iiifton, tVitniin ton &
, .iiitl i i ' e; ii.i i: at p ... - 'li.iin Xo. j
i ; . I. i :i 1 i .t i ir, l' >T
I - W VU
I 1 NOK'rilllOfND
TRAIN*.
j A t < am den : V? 1111 \. L. (N.W, of
N 7J from 1 rl slot. on I'lontre
i r 1: t , \\' in 1 ?? i <.i> s n n>t .?r and
intermediate pomta w. tcli arrive at
('Aiiidcii at 11 !* *!. t\ itlt Siiutl).
! iTii l.'v train \o 77 from Ktntr.sviHn
( \v hirlt arr. v - ! I hi tden nl 1 1 56 A M
\r 1 'truster: \n unfits at
' 1 '"? " It T. A , * ftiii V(i 16
lor < he ?i i' r and intermediate points.
> at aw ha !< : N '! <rtd <15 coui
' - i ili \ I , t r? t NoH2 wlnrh
li i Catawba .lot at 7 >4,1'. VI , for
Monroe h>i I 'ntermrd ?' ? points.
\f |*oe'- (I ill: \n Kl and Jt5 oonitei
.at U"ck ilnl \\ lit Southern Ky
,
' !' I* fit* ' i> tri ttie n<1 p''itit s north.
At l'la"kstiiirt?: So It.t connect#
wit h Mont Item I\ i . n - N'o's 1 <1 1
i I M .No a. *7 ('6, l? M . and N.?
j-10 at 7 ? ">. i M , ior points north
\ o'sil-l a ltd 55 con iter s wftlt Southern
Ity train So : ! having Itlaokabijrjf
lat 11 .25, 1' M , for pointa south.
\ f V, . II . N'o 37. < Ol> Mr (OA wlilt
,-o> i i . . .. i v . H", .j, v i ri ' MM'
V. at h>ii at i !.*(>, 1'. Mfur A&itt-v.iie,
on in'io4<? point?
'f'f ronsrl cut ovii v.itbi *? < !. n>? > v *
hi t ? ... ii Mufi'in nntl t'furlwf ton O"
Iroi-.s No'b ' '! nntl JtH ^9':
il, 11. SiJAW,
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