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? I . . EJjb of your Corset, it does rwot fit! ! ROYAL WQRCE I aPlUM TAN f AD itor Tiliman was uf ?.g }>i- ictluence in behalf of '1 .Ibert and .T. j H.Tillman, as against HywardJ "'whose candidacy,'" the dispatch said, "was not sanctioned by Senator Tillman.'1 Today your correspondent called on Seuator Tillman at his home here iu regard to the story in The Constitution. 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 f absurd thing I ever heard that Hey ward should get a sanction to run for governor. Any man is free to enter the race ami I have nothing to do with it. it is the biggest piece of foolishness I ever hoard of." The senator went on to say that the old lines of deinarkation of Tillma?n and anti-Tillman bad been obliterated. Men were sup porting him now, who used to be antagonistic. Continuing he said : "I have gained more friends than 1 have lost and liij this campaign no canditate will bo Vuleu itu or ugaiiinl by either of the olu (actions. 1 am only drawing lines when 1 see a Republican disguised as a Democrat A who has the impudence to enter j . the Democratic primary." Continuing the senator said lie hud nothing to say or do with any iarf of thocandidates in their respect ive races. This was positive and final. To My friends. I If with joy 1 tell you what Kudo) did for mo. I was troubled v.'iin my stomach for several month? I'pon bein^ advised to use K idol, I did so, ?! 1 words j ;in?>o! ft>|i th frond if h o done ? fit? A neighbor had dyspepsia o' that h* It ad ' ri -d mo-1 cv r\ thin ; I - ,i vi* ' im \ o! t.?W. Kry, Viola, fot Health Kinl RtroDKth, ol n i ?> 1 and I ' jcrmal activity of tho nr^HiiH Kodol, the i/reat reoon-i ^tructivo fonio, ores nil stomach tod If " 1 'roubles, i:, '!; ti, ??, i f n ,i | i > food you eat. Take. a dot- ; ift! r 1 moals. Crawford Hrog. K ? a. Ul'l \j\J Tt 3 STRAIGHT E RON' ALWAYS FIT. Ask your mercKar-l for tSt h Accept no substitute. 1 Royal Worcester Corse (A wnwrirsTrw ?,? *cc k NK NATO It TiLliH AN NAY 1 !' 18 FOOLISH." Takes Absolutely no !* .! in I (Juhernatorinl Font ;. I ^Special to The State. Trenton, July 2'J?' re ap | pearedin.tho Atlanta institution yesterday a tele m from j Charleston saying th. t in the; gubernatorial race fs<ni?nal lines were beintr drawn m : i'm >? I ? wr -T ?7 STE^^l^kl SETS f /JM^l r j^Ml JfT1* ! \ / ft ,rA w l CO. ^^ wr*"^y^rur /y If # ir A Hide to Deaf It. Altoona, Pa., July 30?Knjf.iiieer George Kiinmerling was ! instantly killed and his lirenian, II. M. Nicely, fatally injured in I wreck at Pack Saddle, 50 miles west vf Altuuna, at noon today. | Their train, the fast mail, left A1 toona for the west about an hour late, and was running at the rate of 70 miles an hour. At Pack Saddle, there are two reverse curves. The locomotive left the track as soon as it reached tlie curve, and ploughing | across the roadbed plunged over a 50 foot embankment to | the Conemaugh river T<? Cure a Col?l in On l>ay 2 I q vativa llenniA l\.?? *; ?,? " t.rTablets. All tlrugjrist refuml the moru-y if it fails t-o cure. ft. W. Qrovp's signature is on each box '2i>cfs Charlottesville, Va., July .'10.? Conductor J. C. Hammer of Southern passenger train No. 7, leaves here at noon, southhotul, srot a personal difficulty with Thos. Coles of Coversville, Ya., today* When the train reached North Garden, Coles had gotten the couductor down, and the colored A. II ? ? ? ? purrer, nenry itanuoipn, went, to the conductor's assistance just as the* latter fired at Coles. The ball struck the porter who W A 8 almost instantly killed. Ocala, Fla., July JO.?An unknown negro was lynched nt San Antonio, Pasco county, lest night for criminal assault on a while woman. lie was identified by his victim, after which he was strung up on ? tree i/i sight of a railroad station and his body riddled with bullets. The negro had not been seen in San Antonio previous to his crime. < ur<? IlhoiimnlNin :ui?t ('aiarrh itl l<'l' illlt'loc 1 uiln. Cohin 1% o ll*l?i: <?? try. To cure the most desperate rheumatism or catarrh take Botanic Blood Halm (B. H. H.) the wonder of the ago. Cures when all alse' fails. It kills the poison in the! hloorl and irivna u r>nrc i?o..l?i.?. i-- - - t " ; " 1 ? "j : blood supply, stopping a\. ^tiawing, shooting aches and j. in ( the bones, joints, hack, and real .-j 'iiig, dropping in the toioa., e ?.i t ' ;t p^rni v*?nt cf,?*e i ' 'lit* . * isp<! r<>r old, >>h . i . ui :du\?! T4(J\ ice given. A Negro Comes liaek to Prison After Thirty Years. On Tuesday Police Officer 1 Nebens of Fort Mill brought to the penitentiary here a negro named Hollis Truesdale, who was convicted in 1S72 in Lan caster county of breaking into a store at Fort Lawn and was sentenced to IS months in the I State penitentiary. lie served 1 fou?* months and then escaped. 'The owner of the store saw Truesdale, recognized him, andj had him arrested. Since his | i escape 30 years ago the negro has boon living at Fort Mill and; hears a good reputation.?The' State. Birmingham, Ala., July 3).? I , lu the Sayr*. ton mines near her? 1 i today, a I rtmk in the roof of one i room in the mines caused a great mass of rock to tall, and] j Oamillo Oastore and Patrick j 1 Rnzatii, two miners, vwe instant-! Ily killed. j Paris, July 30.? A dispatch to The Temps from Tarbes gives! neves of a terrible fire at Lonrdcs, the town famous for its shrine to j Our Lady, to which many pi I - I ; grituagos are made. The lire b?*i-1 gade was unable to check the tlames, and, when tlie dispatch was sent, an entire block of ihouses had been destroyed and a 'number of persons had been' j victims of the tiro. ? - CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought . III Print. The Editor's Wife-?I'd just like to know what you wanted to buy me that measly old calico dress foH The Editor i humbly)? Ue-j cause, my dear, 1 thought you'd i look well in print.?Southern I'rinter. Chamberlain'* Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reptuation for its cure. It! j never fails and is pleasant and ' | safe to take. For sale by J. F. I I Mac key & Co. London, July d'>? "Tnda\" . T * lyays that Richard Corker i i negotiating for a house on Carlton I House Terrace. London. Dr. M. A Simmons I.Ivor Modlclno Clour- ! ihoCoir.plt xion I'iVri Ho'ivuticv io . thr Mm. 'j euros Hcuilacho, Ueu'tilu .? , .Howe * . n?l (.Ivor CHICHESTER'S EKGLiSH j ttmvMYM mm . m ^ <"*V, ?<>' 7. 5T ; ^ || 4:?fo. 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J /% FOR HARNESS 22 at unco, and you will bo u^U 1/ It's this Yon can 1>tj rn ; Powder, etc., c with Steam or only one propc Rnnlrl nnrl tlmi Mexicai Mustars It ^ivea immcdiat .linen cloth. snturott loosely upon t ho \vn lea wliel an c-:;e<l)i you have tried it. h fowl hp. Llulircut* IoL?alicla ft fVt^ Sl & *Wfiy Nc njre's Greatet Liver, Kidneys, Acts directly on the Liv fits of despondan by a FOR SALK BY \ Cut This Out nrul present with mi Ct* to C'iiaw Knni? iI ? s . Dru(.r^ists. Lancaster S C ., ami receive a i.ir-.- iloliu p.ich it months* tr'.tini ill 1'lKlt ;K .S CKLKKV CUM^ l'i)l'NI>, TheiJr. a*. Ill I unil Vervi' Totii A Care Sittisl money refunded. |f- RHSUMACtfeE CURFS R H E U M A T I S /VI X| TO S7 AY C UKED. ^ T ! 1. V. I. I? I A [, WON :?KK <) 1 Til gjj Nirett*-.'ot ! Ct-'it. ry. A \ 't. I i ift - f<*t ul u.i. .?? ' > mil. . i . s 1 ^JS ' ii 1'V .1 v M.i.-k.-v A- . IV . I >i |>im I initio. inur.t'i v v .'A . I W/& vi ... fsi \ ?j ' '?i !. i *'. ' 5T.^ ' S ' - * V * < >'v,3 ' ' * lit & ' * I o food. It gives in< ' the fo il you caii t;ii. It. i liln v. u 1 ? ten with w< ik I m ichs tl ve < OureiaSl sion Pr?*paivl on. / by i . < \ TLaaC (1 V/O Iwiii - - *. li. v'v Raddlo Sores Mexican IlI'jRtanK !MnI-? nt is just what you nets:. It take i>ifw6 >ui.shixl to seo how quickly it heals bores. illsi it y\^c^7 x x way: yourself with Fire, with >r yoti can scald yourself 1 lot Water, but there is r way to cure a burn or is;} w* iiciiKf 1 ST Liniment^ e relief. Clot, a piece of ?ft. oM t it with this liniment. i?k?1 and. Von rati have no adequate out. remedy this is for a burn until >.u ha" - a t'ird afTMot.-.l with Roiir. dr n |H>'iltiy iln>ou?i' usi. Mexican Alnstar.jE; staxuaud rinatb Uj : ultry Livelier*. pRINGs ERAL >t Remedy for Diseases of the Stomach and Skin. cr, relieving dizziness, constipation, cy and all the troubles caused l disordered Liver. &/"?>! STCTFBQ T read MY ? iJlOiiiiiO i Free Offer. ,A rniiR roui'iiX ?* ft..''1 out with your ISr i uddr >s, ami stint .vlth . two-cent stump, . to Mis. Al A Hilton, Kersnaw, s. C., within A8 this next thirty davs, entitles you to a package containing :i notne Treatment discovered by I Mrs. M. Summers, Notre Uarno, 1ml, wblcu I cures lcurorrhoe.i. ulceration, displacement. v j faK.ng of the womb, menstrual disorders, hot ) ^9 flushes,' tumors, growths and nil female trouhr I hies. '1 tie Iree |ia> hatf contains ten days treatment. and if you wish to continue, it will cost you ahout twelve crnts ;v week to guaruntee a cure. Kill out the spaces below, send to ga Mrs. Hilton, and you will receive the free 1 j treatment by return mall. ..... J f COUPON. ^ ! Xame j Town -X'v i Count it & \ \ SKIStiii" 9E] JiANCAiiTEH * CHESTER RAILWAY. I Uftween Chester and Lancaster. W I Srhedulo hi Kffect May lath, i Kanrrot. " ' iKi Nor ih tioui.O. uK '*'" N'?- '* N.. I'' Ni? 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