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"Do thou Great Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives ia thy vossoesion happy, or our fleaths Glorious in thy Just Pefonoo,"
BENNBTTSVILLE, S, C., MAROH G, 1891.
M All* AB?v?N&??MENTS.
4mto~ Northor'n tnail via Greensboro,
N. 0., arrive? daily at 0.45 p lu
Leaves- Daily, ut 8 30 o'olook, a. lu.
,4rriVe?-?Bl8nneitn. lied Hill and Drake
arrivoi) dully at 12 o'olook.
Zcaves-Duily ut 6 o dook a. ui.
Leave?-'Bonnottsvillo to Lauriuburg via
Poarson; Brightsvillo, Adams*
ville and Nowtouvillo, Monday,
iv.Y*?03?.n,y and Friday, ot 7.3?.
Aw&t?< uosdny, ^Uiursdoy and Sat?r
Bonnottsvillo po?t?olfioo opon? at 7
o'olook, a m., and closes at 5 inn.
AU mails opened aud distributod upon
?tir? Monoy Ordor business doses on Sat?
urduyft, At 12 o'otooK,m.
T. L. OaOSIiAND, P. M.
Gape Fear anti Ya?Mn Valley R. R.
. Condensed Schedule, August 4,1890'
Train No. 1M Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Wllnitngton, 0 00 A M
Arrive Fayetteville, 12 26 F M
Loavo Fayottovlllo, 12 60
Loavo Sanford, 2 22
Arrive Greensboro, 6 00
Lonvo QroanBboro, 6 20
Leave Walnut Cove, 7 00
Arrive Mt. Airy, 9 00
Train No> 3., Daily Except Sunday
Lcavo DonnottHvlIlo, 8 SO A M
Arrive Maxton, 0 40
Leave Maxton, 0 60
Arrive Fayetteville, 1146
loam No, 15., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Ratnseur, fl 60 A M
Arrive Greensboro, 9 26
LoaVe Qreenaboro, 10 00
Arrive Madison, 12 16 P M
1rain No. 2., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Mt Airy, 6 86 A M
Loavo Walnut Gove, 7 42
Arrlvo:Greensboro, 0 20
Leave Greensboro, 0 60
Loavo Sanford, 12 10 P M
Avrivo Fayetteville, 1 60
Lcavo Fayetteville, 2 16
?rrlv.o Wilmington, ,i 6 45
2rat'u Nb. 4., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Fayottovlllo. 3 80 PM
Arrivo Maxton, 6 20
Leave Maxton, 6 80
Auivo DonnottBvlllo, 0 46
7rain No. 10., Dally'Except Munday*
Lonvo ?ludI?on, 1 JO PM
Arrive Greensboro, 8 86
Loavo Greehsb?to, 4 00
Arrlvo IUuficur, fl 65
W. B. KY LH,
G?u. Pon? Agent.
J. W. FRY,,
?tl?niio Coast Line.
Nprtli Eastern STE. of S. 0..
TRAINS (I Ol NO SOUTH.
Datad April 20th, 1390;
" Kt ns st reo
A. M. A. M.
Train on 0. & D. R. H. conncotu at Florenoo
with No. 28 Train.
TWAINS UOINO NOliTn.
* Daily, j* Daily except Sunday.
No. 52 run through to Columbia via
Central lt. H. of S. C.
Nos. 78 and 14 mn solid to Wil
mington, N.O., making clo&e conuco lion
with W. & W. B. H, for all points north.
, J. R. KENLY, JNO. F. DIVINE,
Ass't Gon'l-Manager, Gon'l Supt.
T. M. EMERSON, Gon'l Pass. Agt.
WADES UORO\ N. O., SPECIAL.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Charleston 4.00 p. tn. .
Lane's 6.11 p.m.
Floronoe 8.10 p. m.
Gharaw 9.43 p. m.
V/ftiioflboro* 11.00 p.m.
Wodesboro' 6.00 ?. rn,
Oboraw 7.80 a. tn.
Floronoe 9.00 a. th.
Lano'e 10.37 ft. Cl.
ChutlcBton 12.80 p.m
Oars run through between Charleston ?nd
Whdoflboro'. 'f bono traine make oloso oonneo.
tlon at Wadeaboro' with Bast and West bound
Pa<tengor train? over tho Carolin* Central
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass, A?t.
Toni? F. ?iviMB, Gon. Supt
Attornoy ut. Law,
Bonnottsvillo, 8. O.
Ofllco in tho Court House first door on
MORTN MARLBORO CIRCUIT APPOINTMENTSFOR 18flI.
Uov. W. H. LAWTON, P. O,
. First Sunday.
EboDCBor lin. m., Shilo 3.80p.m.
Oak Grovo ll a. ra,, Now Hopo 3.30
Shilo ll a. m., EbonezQt'. 3.30 p. ra, .
Now Hopo ?ll a. m., Oak Grovo 3.30
Pleasant Hill ll a. m., on Saturday bo
foro tho second Sunday and ll a: ra.;
v . -
BRIGH1SVIUE CIRCUIT APPOINTMENT^ FOR 1801.
REV. R. W. BARBEE, P. 0,
Bothol let and 3d Sunday ll a. ra.
Antioch 1st and 3rd Sunday 3 p. in.
Hoykin 2nd and4th Sunday lt a.ra.
Breodou'e Ohapol 2d and 4th 3 p. ra.
APP?lIHlMf Util (QB RF|H|T||V1UE ?jR?HjT.
?BY, W. 0. MARTIN, l\ 0.
Beauty Spot. 2nd and 4th Sunday li a. ra.
Smyrna, 2nd and 4th Sunday 3 p. tn.
Pinn Grovo, 3rd and lut Sunday ll a, m.
MoOoll, 3rd dud 1st Sunday 3 p, ra.
APPOINTMENTS FOR BLENHEIM OIRCUIT, .
REV. J. A. PORTER P. 0.
Hebron 1st and 3rd Sunday at ll a. m.
Ebon?zor 1st and 3rd Sunday at 3 p. ra.
Parnassus2pd and4thSunday at ll n.ra.
Zion 2nd and 4th Sunday at 3 p. in.
iv , >'?.' ? \ ' . ?" i; i i . 'i ? $M?fr'i?
MicTirooiST-Hov. W. S. Wightman, P.
Sunday School 8.80 p. ra. Preaching nt
11.00 n. ra., and 7.00 p. ra. Prayor-moot-,
lng Wednesday afternoon at 8 80 o'clock.'
Supt. S. S., E. fi. Carlisle.
BAPTIST-ROY. R? N. Pratt Pastor
Preaching 11.00 a. m., 7.00 p. ni. Sunday
School ovory .' -uday morning at 0.80
Prayer raoottng . hursday ovculng, at 1.00
o'clock. Supt. S. fi., 0. B, Jordan;
PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. W. B. Corbott
pastor. Preaching at 10:80 a. ra. and 8.80
p. m. Sunday School at 0.80 A. M. Pray
er-meeting on Tuesday afternoon at'4.00
o'clock. Supt. S. S., T. 13? Dudley.
MARLBORO OHA l'TI'Jlt No. 80. ll. A.. M.
Meets at Clio on Friday, on pr after
each full moon, at 3 o'clock in the after
noon, , J. d. DUNBAR.
M. E. JJ. P.
J. E. MCLEOD, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE, MO. 43, A. f. M., AD AMSVILIF,
Convanea eaoh Saturday nfternoon bofor? |
tb? fall moon, ai 4 o'olook.
L. H. ?AAtBttMRO, W.
W. J. Adams, Secretary.
AURORA LO DUE, Kp. 83, A. F. M. CLIO,
Meoti Saturday on or after cnok full moon
at 3 o'olook, p. m.
JOHN C. DosoAn, W,M.
J. E. Mollison, Soorotary.
MARLBORO LODCEHO. 88, BENHEB3VIILE.
Convenes eaoh Friday ovenlng on or bofore |
the full moon at 8 o'olook.
Roar. OUAPPIH, Wi M.
T. E. DUDLHY, Soorotary.
Meet? Satuiday boforo eaob full moon
at 8 o'olook, p. in.
W. Vf KIMMY? W,M.
C. ft. Romero, fJoovotury. ?
G Attorney at Law,
ll o ii ii o t t a v i 1 1 e, S.O.
Jt^rOiHco in tho MoLaurin Building
noxt to tho Adams Hous?, up plaira.
X ? H. Attornoy at Law,
BENNETT8VII.EE, S, U.
Oifice on public square, west ol the
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Benncttsvillo, 8. 0.
Oi??ceil in tho Brick Row North of tho
January U, 1801,
fOWNSE'ND & MoLAUllIN,
Attorneys at Law,
BBNNEtT8VlbbK, 8; U.
V Jt^Offlco ovorJ. F. Kvoiott'a Store.
TOWNSEND & MOLAURIN & POLLOCK,
Attoruoys at Law,
Choraw, 8, 0
N YON H WISHING A GOOD JOfl OF
well cleaning dono or a now well dug
will please apply to tho undersigned.
Pri?es always roaeonablo, and natif faotlon
I AARON M. I?AULLEB,
* July 7, 1890, P. 0. Box 168.
"- i ? ? ?' ? n i MM?w^?Wl^WWW<M?1tt><WqM
AXOTK OF WAtttflffCL t
Wovda of Wisdom to Mombora of tho
Tiit? NATIONAL ECONOMIST bas
from timo to timo pointed out side
tracks and other dangore that
seomed to throaton tho growth,
development and success of tho
Farmers Alliance, but there are
othor dangore of which it had never
spoken.. There aro dangerous and
rocky coasts which will bo fatal
to tho good ship if she is hurld up
on'thom. Light houses are erected
to indicate whero dangers are. [I ho
official organ of tho Order would bo
derelict in its duty dit it not point
out the dangerous coast as soon ns
discovered to tho end that the
membership may steer clear of all
harm and guido tho cause to
triumph. Inoro aro two points of
great danger on tho Atlantic coast,
<t?i-?.3> |\A ti ?T(i?n,.nn nn/j
oiusmji ua|/v? JLJ.II..VI ?? min
Henlopon, and all vessels going
North or South must past them;
tho danger, pointe aro alwaye there
and must bo met with courage,
zeal and intelligence. So in tho
Allianco movement there aro two
danger points which if not met
with courage, zeal and intelligence,
threaten a wreck. These two dan
ger points aro liret, placing politi
cians in control of tho oflicos of tho
order ; and, second, compromises.
It is exactly tho proper season
of tho year to devote to tho ptudy
of these questions, bcoauso very
coon tho action will be taken in
tho subordinate bodies whioh
chooses and instructs tho delegates
to tho county bodies, and whatever
is so started in the primary meet
ing permeates through tho county
and State to tho national body next
November. There is no denying
the fact that some practical politi
cians aro eligible to membership
iii tho Allianco, and that quito a
number have become mom hors of
tho order, ....TbQ.vjaAv oftoii'^ako
good" members, Wy
strictly a farmers' organization'tc'is
evident that tho oflicos should bo
lilied with farmers rather than po'li
tichum; and thc tondonoy will be
for tho politician to seek and get
the oflicos because a farmer thor
oughly devoted to tho cause is apt
to think' that some other person
can conduct tho offlice bettor than
he, and conseqently hold back,
and is glad to vote for como other
man, whjle the politician, seeing a
means to a personal ond, puslice
himself forward and secures his
election; this gives him i nil non ce,
and that is an important stock in
trade with a politician. Politicians
as officers do less harm in tho sup
ordinate body than in tho county
and loss harm in tho county than
in tho State, and less harm in the
Stato than in tito national. Thc
reason for this is very plain. Thc
1)eculiar work for tho subordinate
)ody ie porsonal aud so?ial; that
of tho county and ?tato bodies rop
rcsontativo and business co opora
tion; that of tho national oo(h
ropreeonativo an co-operation foi
political purposes. Ir tho thre<
mon who havo hold the Illinoii
legislature at bay so long had boot
any thing but farmers-if they hat
been politicians, thoy would hav<
yielded long sinco. If thonationa
Order over gets into tho hands o
politicians ns officers, shipwrccl
is certain. Next Novombor ofll
cors will bo chosen' who will guid<
tho order through the rooks nm
shoals and quicksands of 1R92
and no grouter calamity could bc
fall tho order than to havo a poli
tician for prosidont or for mombo
of.tho logislativo council or com
mittoo, i r for members of oxocutiv
board, or /or eeoretary, or as odito
of tho official organ. All thoso pc
ni tion o should bo lilied by mon c
integrity and ability, who ar
wholly dovotod to tho cause. But t
insuro this tho work should at one
begin, in tho subordinate oi
gani/.ation, because if thero h
any politicians in tho ordor it wi!
bo very hard to keop thom fror
gotting offices, and if thoy aro deb
gatos they aro apt to soe np han
in elooting politicians to tho higlioi
oflicos. .But perhaps somo mn
object and say that ''any momb<
in good standing who pays his duo
and BO comports himself as to hav
tho coull donoo and respoot of h
brcthorn.?s eligi?lo to any posi
tion Jn?Ho or<lor." It ia not prgcd
that tliaj* bo made ineligible), but
simply ityat it ia bad policy to elect
them, and a9 a proof of tho proposi
tion, snppoeo that nono but poli
ticians vvoro chosen to lill tho of
fices, how long would it bo a farm
ers' organization? Evidently n?t
long. On tho othor hand, with
nothing but farmers chosen to Ml
tho offices it may be expected to
reach its highest dovolopmont and
fulfitll \ia destiny.
"W heh thc coniliot thiokons into
fierce bnttlo, as it muet do in ?892,
or ai some futuro time, tho greatest
danger does not threaten in tho
shape cjf defeat. Thoro is more
dangerj from success than from
defeat. ( Success may intoxicate to
radicaljindiscrotions, whilo defeat
only solidifies and strengthens for
a more; determined effort. Tfli?
affects pf tho educational ?ffort? of
tho order now being so vigorously
pushed should minimise tho danger
to b?\abi*ri?Tl^ uno
cess orpofoat. Tho groat dan sor.
and tin} ono feast comprehended,
is tho danger that attends measures
of compromise. Tho work of years
may b? frittered away in an unwise
compromise. Tho oposition, when
it discovers itself in tho minority,
will not wage a war that cnn end
only in defeat. It will employ the
most stibtlo agencies to gain tho
poi son al friendship of those who
control tho people in this great
movement and convince thom that
half a loaf is botter than no loaf,
and by means of securing tho ends
for whioh they fight. Compromise
men are often useful in the council?
but should not bo put in command
of the'forces. There is no dnngor
of tho future so throatoniug as com
promiso, A Compromiso is certain
to bo ofTored by each of tho politir
cal parties, and. to accept either,
would ?reduce tile etrougth of thc
ordortonc-half. May God granl
tliaV?iO s COHrrerrHtcU Ul b?<*^^ ?rfvua.
posed oft politicians. shall ovei
represent Ibo order in declining fa
Newspapers and tho KeVolutioix
The Farmers Vidotto (Alexandria
>?; It ia surprising tW so large a num
hor of the newspapers of our country
entirely ignore the ??rent oivil TOVOIU
tion thal ia going on. Thoro aro million
of the voters of tho country who ar
roscdved that thoro shall be a chang
in the governmental policy, and it 1
tho duty o? thoso who aro competen
to do so, to direct this civil revolutio
into channels of safety, and that wil
bring blessings to tho lund instead c
oureefk Tho muttering thunders wi!
not b&hushed by ignoring them. Th
stornwins gathered, and it is best !
disohargo the superabundant elect rici
fluid through means that will nvei
tho cyclone Silence will not; fluiilo
sophistry will not turu the course ?
events. Tho people aro restless an
determined. They can no longer I
deceived by their old toaohore. Thc
have loamed leesons they cannot forgi
ibi? generation. Tho mon who thin
this uprising of tho potpie is a morna
fog that will be dispelled by tho upri
lng sun, aro not in position te judge
its extent, power or intensity. ? Bown
liow you trillo with tho people, they a
in no mood to bo trifled with. Eve
man who loves his homo, his lamil
abd his country is troubled at tho ot
look. On tho ono band aro aorfdp
poverty and dcgradation--through c
Systems that aro unfitted for tho (
ljghtoncd present, and on'tho otl
sido<nr^> threatening auarchy^blot
sheland destruction of evbry vcstl
of law', and order ; straight . ahead
right in the middle of tho road star
tho way out of all dangor, a way tl
leads out by giving justice to 1
masses and taking undue privilcj
from tho cluescB, Lot thoro bo a tt
to a truly D?mocratie Government,
which ono pai t>, or class of mon c
uot hamper, rob or tax another,
government that shall ofnbraco un<
its fostering and protecting wing
welfare and happiness of qvory in
"? '.'flt ,. ? .? ' '
TTJuo Veopte u ii ?I tho X?oI i tU? mm
Tho Al li an co Advocate (Sulphur
?prings, Tex,) says:
More money rind less taxes; an eco
nomical and honest administration of
government, and, of courso tho ouly
way to bring about this result, is lo
keon tho samo old set in office that
?? a vc raised our taxes, saddled inn
national banking system upon the
country, stopped tho government Issue
of non-iutorest bearing treasury ?otes
and burned thom up in order that
room might be made for inte/est bear*
ing bonds, demonoized silver (and
didn't know it, a protly sot of states
mon) donated a vast amount of tho
public domain away to railroads
without exacting any compensatson in
return, and, in short, punched a hole
clean through the peoples' pooketa and
ibo United ni?tes Treasury? and pinccd
thereunder the measure of tho Bhy
looV.fj to ontnh tho hurd earnings of tho
masses. Yes, those samo followB must
bo kopt fefcftil^
rience in Congress and their familiarity '
with how thesq generous (to Ibo
capitalist) sot of class laws were gotten
through, with what chicanery the plans
were laid and how successfully they
wore worked to fool tho people, will,
of Course, enable thom to right these
wrongs, repeal these laws and enact
new ones that will bring rolief to the
masses much moro easily than now
mombors could. Of courso the people
will l?stenlo all this, but will, they
Alliance Times (Oberlin, Kas.)saye;
There is nothing that would please tho
enemies of tho Alliance any hotter
than to soo it die out. They aro doing
all in their power, through tho columns
of their papers to kill off tho order, by
quoting and misrepresenting th?. pur'*'
.poscftjof our order. ^JQ?^^f^vy. your^
infurto be ?ctFaVtray in tl??s^aWe'i.~
Our onomics say we aro going Into
politics, which meanp, "the sciouco of
government," which further means io
labor for tho education of tho ngriculo
turnl classes, to promulgate the soieuce
Vf tin cconomio goyernin??t, and tb do
this in a strictly nou-pnrtisnu manner,
which, when dono, will bring about a
nioro porfect union of tho laboring
Classes. Thia very fact of u "union of
forces'' is tho ghost that hounts tho
political dOmogOguo in bis dreams, or
bobar up serenely b??oro tho eyes of
the Federal ollico holder. Tho Alli
ance hos now reached the critical
period of its existence. Designing men
with powerful infltioncos oro seeking
to overthrow tho order by diverting
our attention from tho grand objecta
wo bavo In view. They interview our
lenders and then, through tl>eir paper?,
misrepresent tho lnngu'ngo of the
interview, and even go so far aa to
quote langungo that was never uttered.
Tbe Associated Press send out reports
that certain of our leadors have writ
ten or spoken so and so, when tho
truth is, it is a falsehood of the whole
cloth, but, gotten Up in such a manaor
that they cannot bo handled for tho
mi?rcpre.iontalion. Thia has been
frequently doue, and our peoplo aro
kopt divided in opinion by those
devHsh artifices of our enemies. We
may bo ever so strong in numbora, but
unless wo aroa unit wo Can never
nohiovo a financial success, or with
stand tho treachery of our fuco without,
and pretended frionds within. Our
principles and purposes must be lived
up to tho lettor, pr all our labor will
be for naught. Wo'cannot be too
careful of eur actions, or too secret
with our motives. Wa should close
our doors' firmly against tho designing
and unworthy.' If we Abd aUcb within
our order* who cannot livo up to tho
adored'agreement, los? nb timo in prc
fleming tho ohnnco whoroby they may
be at liborty to ic turn to the bosom of
their friends, tho sworn enemy of tho
- Drummers and tourist will
And the Contrat ? House advertised in this
paper-a splonuld placo to stop whoo they
aw l-l?iiiwvKW. i^iuii *."?'?'.?III IIwi ?? mmmtttm\- j
i.i i M .? , ">"a*V i ^ ' -r- -
County Dlstribb, ana Btato I?ogiV
Councils. 7-| . 1 '
[From tho Cotton ?hint^0f ^^.
Tho following is tho
ed by tho National Logi?iu^
Counoil for tho organization of our ' \
forces for educational work. In
accordance therewith and 'pursu-.
ant to tho pvcvi?ions made by bur
State oxeoutivo committee, arran
gements havo boon mado with tho
lion. Ben Terrell, lato national
lecturer, for the organization of
district legislative counoils.
Lot tho county leturers within
eaoh Congreesional district confor
together at once and agree upon a
place within thoir district whore *
they will hold their first meeting
and notify mo promptly so that J
Brother Terrell's programmo may
bo made out.
Don't dolay about this brethren.
. For tho purposo of organization,
tho following soborn? of districts
will bo observed;
Thirst jDistrict-Oharlorton, Col
leton; Orangoburg, Lexington.
well, Edgefield, Hampton.
Third Distriot-Abbeville,. An- .
dor son, Newberry, Ooonee Piok
Fourth District-Fairfield. Gro
en villo, Laurens, Spartan onrg,
Fifth Difltriot-Chester Chester
field, richland, Kershaw, Lancas
Sixth Dietriot-Clarendon, Dar
lington, l?orry. Marion, Marlboro.
burg, Beaufort, Georgetown, Sum
If this proves to bo not tho best
arrangement, it can bo modified
by the State Legislativo Council
at some futuro mooting.
Now lot every county leoturer
c?ttbi8 0utand put himself to work.
Tho design is to give ourlecturera
dor, ond it is hoped'tney wiu np
prooiato tho additional dignity con
ferred upon them.
In order to facilitate mattera,
ViU each county lectures commu
nicate with this office by return
mail, giving his post office and
county? It is presumod that all
county leoturors are subscribers to ,
the Cotton plant. If thoy aro not,
and in caso thoy aro not, will
some member in each county send
tins copy of the Cotton Plant
marked to his county lecturer.
If any member knows that his
county lecturer is not a subscriber
and will advise us of the fact wo
will send him a copy from tho
oifico.-Wo wish to get tho ad
dress of each county lecturer in
this offiico at tho earliest possiblo
moment, in order that we may
comun?cate to him som important
Wo have a pencil sbarponod to
tako down tho nnmc?, brethren.
Who will be tho first to respond?
J. WM. STOKES,
Pres. S. C. State F. Alliance.
Think OtevcluiM? ?H out.
A canvass of tho two houses of
Congress shows sovon Pomoeratio
Senators tmd twonty two repre
sentatives who say Mr. Cleveland
is no longor a preoidontiul possi
bility. Fivo senators and eight
representativos say ho lias mado
a mistake. Ono Sonator Und fivo
representatives ondorso his silver
A WtAMJATfl OF MEDICINE.
Boing a graduato of a Medical Goljogo,
X nm of oonrao ptojudlced ngnineb , all
soorot proprietary modiolnos, but t'< am'
compollod to oay, ' nftoi bolng cured of t\
violoi?t tinao of Ic.flfuanmtory Uhoumatlam,
that S.. B. Si ls tho remedy for that dieooso,.
? took S. S. B. nitor .ovorythlug olso had
fulled, I had nil sorta of troatmont with ;
tho physlolano, ?ind tho Tnrkloh bath
treatmout; wont to Hot . Springs, Ark.;
Jnoksonvlll?, Fla, ; Colorado Springs, and
to California; bub no relief. Then I
Btotted homo, tired o?d worn, disgusted
with modlolno, a friend pursuadod mo to.
tako S. S. 8. and I did it moro to gratify
him $tan from any liop? of euro, and tho
first bottle pub mo far on tho road to por?
manonfc euro. I oontlnuod lb until I am
sOnud abd woll.
Ooo. B. JUYCOOK, Duluth, Minn,
Troatiso or. Mood and Shin DJS&OBOS malled
freo. ?WIPX'S ?P?OUTO Co., Atlanta, Ort