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Jack of PatriotIlsn.
By Sli wAINrtt sCoTlT.
Breathes there a uitn iti sol So dead
Wlho never to himself hathi said,
This is my own,my native hnd!
Whose heart hath ie'er withili ull
As home huis footsteps he Ilath tlrne<
From wandering on a foreign sijaand
If such there breathe, go, mark hini wel
For hin no ijinistrel rilptures swell
Illgh though his titles, jin'tnlI Is minu
Boundless his Wolith as wisl can laim
Despite those titles, power and pelt,
The wretch, concentrate all in self,
livil r1 shall forfeit fair renown,
And < ouil.Y d111g, shall go tlow"i
To ie vile dust from whence he sprun,
Unwept, unhlonored and unsuni !
A President.'s Powers.
President Cleveland, inl appoinitin1
at Chief Justice of the U nited States
is said not to hih e made known hi
selectioni to the luembers of hi,
(abilet 11il after the nomiatitiol
had beenl seit to the Senate. 'I'he
Cabinet ministers Iearned of his
choice only after the fornzia an
noineemet lihad been maiitde.
Il actiig thu entirely lipon his
owna counsel, the 1'residenti did nlot
exceed his constitutiiollal powers, 1101
(10 other thanl has before been done
by Presidents of the United States
in the makilng of important nollina
This oteillll'e illustrated1 1lt'
differeilce het wt'n I lit' usage' of on1
Own and almost every olter consti
filionil c.r01111n. it' persoalll
power exercised ly tie l'resideltli of
the I llited States is lillIel greater
til11l11all ilat ia ye h winllv eer
eised by the President of t he 'French
Repuiblie or' by the Qulieeln of 'l!g
Neither of tIhose fillietioliitcies
wolli venitilre. to aplpolint evell tilt
litigistrite of an iiferior con"t with
out tilte colSellt of tdi, Illillister of
justice; and if the inilisters aivi'e'
ill Suich a cste were nl lic-et*Itd, al
niiisterial t'risis, It, lit' st'I It'1 oilliv
by tlle' VOte (4 l'illinilt'ul. wlitb
ill vol veod.
The case of tit( l onitillt itll o lilt'
Chief ,lustice is olly an in ttIt'il ill
the exercise of the American l 'si
dent's poWer. A Prisidell Ite4iiis
nilliell tillic to IIll. e.\amiillationl of tilt
bills passed b1 yiV Conglt-ss. IN-ports
are sent to 111111 with each hill, ne
cordi -, ihe. <h-tiber-I ions inl ('C ..- .
whnpraticable, thet fl.s nldt
upo I which the action of, ('ng-ress
.The Presidentl (ten liudots his dc
Vision uiponl each hill. 'Such e ats a.
het dIoes nt aproeit.-ntos
that is, lie returns them to 'ngres
with his objectiolls iand Ibst' .s(A,
a1 major~.)ity' of Iwo-t ihir'is of eac.
tonlyV ill t'xt'eptii..:l tases.
the tinial fate of ent'rv unl'~asuri' itoj
ed by a hi oust'tei eis'nli h i uni-s
slthrige lit's iii thet Iiaiids of i' flin
I tel peoptleIe Inra the Pn-shle'n, ~
is ('hotsenl byV ihe Iwio Il''ust's of Iam
aS t hose wichi itn ll hav oled as lit
lolging ti tI l I'eSjitli'i of liii
i('els 1.11til t~ '~lt'st' lr till iie tI if
"*-ol) ils lse lly the t'llailitbis , ut
bunt. y ot' to liti lilii d iloin
1o11 (lll Itino i tlt (h hei' s e o
nfters, wholy repres'en: the omajo i-'
tttyinia theilt' h ikner 1'fl~lentls orH
lappo ies lete foai narie s in'tli
lfle it rli uuo lailjl t iil itste jltslltl
btg lhey are tIe' lespoiblt' himtit
but WoIId101tt.'yO(Ve to 1h1C5-bes
iiTe Praesi 5nt f Fran isin
fracit iel' a ligudlwali' , l'si.u t (If
perform ingU nuitch ti'Jh same fuc~ltion
asO'iyo the a lh t aut pureiuiite
itl inalcountry llie ex 'nglad or1(
ly. otHe Ii eleted for~ s('n8yar
b~u he canho uiintin tils o thiti
aazins an Si'i ovewhelming ly goai'n
sntimt inogts ( Priat. ~WQ' h
I dStates poris sstes, ts. 111
the Frltd che Repnlichhile (Ite
Stlates, Fsare vilesoi co(tryI
Th'louughI the persona(il tlplowe' ofh
the'rench Przesidetsl, the5 u-h
lethty the ofentralWI govenmenit
itef is md1 uch morel satende, and
rmceivon es poticaIlly~ used,1 thant~
th rslut o the d St t'es. ate
Many of thuisutitution111s of ha
contyremo ahda ine oriin
and m spit he i7centri ald goern
metgates toisl pow r whoh
indthi -county are x hrciednby
admnstrat machinery ofa h
bIutuationby the g omn atPais
N'og h eroa oeso
heFec Prsdn r omc
A Father's Wise Counsel.
We do not know of a lbetter com
peinlimili of rules for the gover'nmnn
of a yolug man's conduct in thl
practical affairs of life thaln is foilu
in a letter written by Robert E. Lei
to his soi who had left home to it
tend college. It is a siblime ser
m11on1 agaiist, miolafl cowtardice by 011
in whom "frankness" was "the chih
of bravery and coui rage."
We give tiht letter inl hill as a
cotde, worthy of tioplitln by all
"Yout mu1st. strl (o blk frank11 witd
the world ; franki'ess is tht child 01
bravery and couilragt'. Say what yol
ilealito d on) 0 very Occasion. If
friend asks a favtor, voul sho(lld grni
it, if it lbe envsollIf:)It if niot, tel
hii plailv why you enn not. You
Iill wr ong ii aln wrong fou rel
by eqivitlin of ayt kil . Nevel
do a wrol (.11 hillg tolii t ke a frieli I
or to keep olle ; the i ll w ilo 1. qllire
you to (Io so is (eLrly puilchsed at
at sa1Crifice. I alkinidly, but( firlyI
-with y ouiri cilssiites; you w%-ill filid
it fit policy wh Iichi' we''rs best.
A bove alI, do;) not appear to ot her.%
what Vout are niot'.
"If youi have any fault to linid wit1
anyole, tell him, not ot lis, of lhat
yol colflgl ill. 'l'Itleri is llt ii)t
'011"eoll experitueilliv til il ilit o
(1illllerablig to b)e Iillet t lhing(I htfor
It muan's face t111d illit.Itier beiiil hiis
back. We should live, act and1 sv
fIotllng to the iijilr of ill% olle. ||
is liot olily bust .Is .1 in fIer of prill
(iple, bli it, is I lit p:t h to tee an )d
'lusioin of this hasty letter, infoii
vmolli i t li l i lini itlud 'e % V ag
Ilitre w.Is a1 (1,t of % eiil'g l ,lo-lt.
Illit, sti k ness, still flow i as fli'
if by an ec'lips-' Thle Legislatun-'t'of'
('olliieri'lt wit it fsSiol, 2Is 11141 I s
lit' ll si I i i ll It'N 11t'i llirl
illu ero lli il ll dil'k. s %1.l i z ll'
t Vil t ilt-1'141111lI till e 1 llt q l I 1111 lI
terror.1 m1. Wti pjo t' b , wnill
thslth it u l 19 li:ty of., . 14dg
It 1, li-d iii t Ii t III 11' Ili'' In''
lIIItell litti lr et i l il
"St lli oil', ll d ( I ' ll I 1'4 I t l
lit If a I I S(t ' i iiIII f
th 3itu I t O li. it
Ie t'i lv' tl i ai ill*old I i i
Ig itr Im orl ' f t 115 iI n ,
: I it ' sliii II ti Ii i I'( - II,
z t lii' if i l t e U i ll h it bIiit'ht
insothat 1the l 1us ' ou1ldjpeet
li. 'tr~t ti' i's ofj~ giitl'iliy i.ii
tiloilt iiill te illal'\iby-andi' i. a s
:V lb'ilit'e( o d l llky.tl iut , (lhtll, lie
.;i t o slilil'lf, ' Wo ll, all hln Ig
U od yorlied .in iliiglik lttti
tlaf Ah\lutani . you'i'annot' moe
lldit iou shldii thvii ih et'm di lie.s
Il itt' wy waV luLl f of ;te hoyt
e illth ol lfI i' i |ri' l i, d )~
r t i'oit lie .\b1011 li $ j.c ll,
(),vliti i l so ilst tlice: I thin
beforsthae hiee ;it sittle gil'
miei htoil.~l;l 'i
Wnsii hit-roften e.hi~l ifakeil ;hs
tiihe r ofli ~ihl'ci I . ist 1 '4) u Ih-1'i
ti gr'y folliiio, wi l., thjen inlIi
of ie itilli ft '. 'ili i' Oi'n. i l
the pritie il blifte hackglito titn
Ioii We' tjel he e ii e (i diit' V f i o l fo
or, inIfield Scott' brigde,'a'.l St
they iu-t clf in grapital wsin1.
gflid wasr~l he (sloftica \ofr ' that
penli t-lteben itfer. th ai wif
all' th ie of'aio .ofthe boV
- Pon il'lit yn acualnt yo goa jade,
arfe ofl cobplien, tohIer I Shcott
andfr- his ig, enfrmof hn
'Youpo mad oeetrales.' Ad fro
h1auo eat('Nt Ydrte T~rine."
......... R. o.lPsTN.-ioy
GETTING READY TO DIE. "1
-BY MIINNIN W. I1AINICS MILeit
In an idle hour Mrs. Donaldson pick- trea
ed up a patent medicine advertise- boat
ment and ran her eye over its volumi- batni
nfs list of leading questions. " Do theI
you soo- black specks floating before ce1h
your' eyes?" " I)oes your heart beat and
violontly after unusual exertions?" coul
Do you droam of d1sagreeable Mr
things ?" etc., etc. mac
Certainly she did. Yes ; her hoart olot]
had pounited away like a blacksmith's w0r'
hammer only this very. morning after bor"
Lla exortion of telling Mr. l)onaldbx;n Wits
what sho thought of his coming home nouk
so 1lto the night before. Disagi-ceablo nigl
things ? Mrs. lonaldson smiled bit- ler.
i torly. Hadn't site dreamed last night as it
that hor neighbor and social rival had Ila
bigger sleeves than hors in her newest A su
silk waist ? And the night before Lool
hadn't she fancied she caine back, af- biacl
ter being dead a year, to finld that inl- hetr
grate, Charles Donaldson, happily )jna
matarried to I ucre chit of a girl ? As and
for " that tired feeliner," nobody coul(d hadl
tull her alnythinug abolut that. She beau
could give pointe-s on that subject to as b
any l)usty I11iONes or Weary Waggles Novi
wh ) ever asked in vain to saw wood for " Ii
noI, breakfast. ansW
if." said the advertisoitent, " you iilio
are til eted .With 1,bi-0 --MymIptomAs, any
Olil of thil, you arc sln ting fro wi l
ai welkl-evlopedl ease of --- and are in
a datigr-ous cod Ltion."
Mrr. Ihmaldsn's hueairt biegan knock
ing furiously againtst Ier I ibs at, the
bare slggestion. Sih had feared seite
wI S not, (ItliLt. well witen site felt so
d lrmuuy altr ditnnC'. andI saw what
a yollow tinge t here was to thi wIhites 14
of ler eyes, but she ha I hardly j m
thought it, was so bad as this. A sid- 'Lat
tie11 resolult Lion Cam11e OVIer Iker. She \V
Would go down unIld consult )r. Strange, C.'oul
She wotuld not, attein pi, to ad ltinister Ltot1s
lipon her Own caset With any paitent WeN)
remtedy. She Inuts, haVe tile best of vola
nitdical adVi e-, Wave it. "n At, spot. i-\m
I )'. SLi-tage felt, bred Wh hle l he saw Iti'mt
he r om0in0 g iito Ile obliCe. 1e Was anl VeI*
enthutsiast Oil lhateria. and was read- dite a
in a e xceedmi10ly i Iri 'r.le lice f
mn at certin form W gin-' Cult-ue, I ada
wieb jl sheo intLeerrti ted hllin. th-ne ral Linu
practice w\ats ai liizanlce (of which lie .mja
Intended to rid himself as sootn as lie mt
shoud beooime famtotus throtlgh the 1a
publicetion of his lonl I'al)h on I-ain ld
diseaes anu establisht himelf as a hami
greiat specialist. So) lie leiard ie' Vi - I11 m"i
dlgtt ly, with ihis inPger (t etween m he
lbe leaves of at p41amphuiO-t, while she The
Ztalli ied upon thbe subject, of h bacht
syiptins. an1d with a far-olY look in Sia
lis eyes., VIih site considered the a T
plropeul'l EVulapianLI 0XIressiIn , its of s 0
one icomluning i I II t the anieen tt-e
father of bis order. A 1. least, he of VY
Veemaied ti hear Ier, which wats thbe settci
aLlme to all intents alld purposes, '!lo ialb 1
farl as sle wats ConerU'td. d ie felt
relieved when slt- got to t talking, i
ani1d loilkilintg at it-r foI o i4 st i t time ..
sttw the vellow winge in tm wilites 1I
her eyes. " Y--,said hte, "I undet- at
stan. AlwaIys well to act in time, its
yout say." 'lien II lie ave hero sOmaue- t
Ititg iI at bottle with i directionas. oia in blaed
thte label, .1and LolA her to b. sllr LOt
liak e it well bef takig.hat
" Ibetor"* 1he paused at thek doo(wril
aid looked hack at. hiim. lle htad ti,
ah'ieady bct imitersed it t.il germ- 1,
euturet- Lreatist- - d' you tik myth a
conition ie datngerouis f' '' tilla
Why 1e didnt thte woant" y
turn c a ea. "No, tLu rninlg it, as lhe ten tlt
ath itnk it i e fh-iet e Ine t.'i - .' .
" Wiil,"greeily olhvinag a -senItence
ithl his eyes. -iL 1ivawa-, is to- Lin
hiaive one's houtse set inl orderi.'' Thn .t ra1
. -o Iit.n ss. Sli at' 1) hut i tilt door1 ,d
- 'Now for peac. ittd ti".t inl tile 111-ru1-al -l
- if Ii, book :i
ib .\ls. l na lo i i headt w i n a l t
eit lk one (n the j ve of i a It inbg jouirnley, ithowd
it lih -co mitany tingas to dit. Stratnge hnade
to.,y .i\l Is .iuoaldleen's tbottghtts did ha
not lwiel for :tny. g reaL lungLth of tme lion I
til nteiesary pjiritual ph-t-piu-atioen to sl
-i iit ti:. She bliti nev.-t "t t oal 1110
atelttot to, tlbat, phalse of props.inatlil
.sidred ersef qite as good ats her
naeighhl its, whicht was quite good betn
eiultgh, acecord intg Lt) lhen way of da
th li nking.e Shae didt not, k<now wh Iat, the
doctoir had mteaat, by "settinig oz.e's
house int otrde, but IiiLhe k now w hat 8.
it suggteu to her-. She had taken itteC
Iliter-ally. T'hraee storiaes and an attic mn
-s. i)onaldsont had never- been one of si
those ambtitiotas soult s splokent of as a two d
" giood house-keepler,"' whIo is known tw
"by the way shte keeps her broomsliis
atnd hter unisen room~ts :'' no 011e could hou
"tell hier biy tlte v-ay bhe kept her c' el
1ari." Sihe was niot wvhat she called oc
".nasty-nic." She roh ed mutch upon te
htired hltpI. She liIked her' easy chairteI
bettetr thant her- knees and a scr-ubbing
She Ji d thbe (rtodox "lhouse-cleant- Naw,
inog " Lwicee a year-by pr-oxy. They c3omft
lived ver'y eo nafort-ahby, i-itt no one s''I
know butter' Ltan M i-s. I )onaildson that for ti
the tattliwas a cateb-basi n fotr all the conist
lihtsamt attnd jetsaml of hotusr- hold satis
wr-eckauge :that the cellhat', veiry likely- llow'
was t~lhe coldl-storafgO place of the de~ - mont
e'ay Iing ve-gettable's le.ft from the Wan ga-dl
ter's satpp ly :thaat, mtnh andi rust we'o-e he( 1
at, work oni ato tusuless '" plunader" ''13- Lthis
tag pet-dt int hotith--the bloartded Lbhings ton e.
brouitghtt t, at.nd1 iiredl or' looked at the
and put atway ot' shut tap againa with toe
moitlihatlls and caimphlor-, cedart chips, and i
etc. I ig h I
"Now," mttusd Mt-s. h)onaldsos, tak- requ~l
ing ilf her' gloves, " I cannot die tuntit one a
Lbhis house is set in order. Miarietta tiget
Willims woutld b)eouttling up1 te evid,
stairis hnto the attic befotre I have buont gotti
ott thte ooili ng hoaritd live inuiites to at It
spy (oit thet laud. I'll put a spoke in papL
thbat. whotoul,'" conflhtded she, detL~ir- tojin
ineittdlby stt.ing dlow.n the doctoi's hot- sta'-l
tIe on the sidoboar-d- mot
Next mor-ning the entire household ae
was atishetilid by NIris. l)onaltdson iln to h
dust 0cap, ghave and3 aprt tlton, broom in defel
ttand, as shte atppeared to marshal her fonic<
domstie~tI for-ces to. tihe ulper regions who(
Hlimds wvere hhtung open1, cobwebs swept w~hai
down~v1, boxos made~lf to diaagor'ge Lheia- ma1t~t
miotle~y conitents, some of which were serv<
conttataed to the City Miission, buta adva
mostof which went Lto feed a bon'Blro iln stab!
the batck yat-d. The brloom~ and Lt.- that
m1op1 w.ere in demtaniid, anid there was a couno
scent oif y'e~llowt soaph pirevalling In tht anno
air'. Th'le mlaster of the housee was Char
cross whaea hie found a picked-uap hloiv
dIintnetr await ig him, and1( thie chiiretn Towvt
felt thero w~as noI platco gutt so) unin- to ha
viting ats homeui. As the tion-English that
speatking forecigtnor wrote in his mom- tbefor
or'andumtt of Americati notes, it, was was a
Indeod "' 0one of tile up-slide-down dayb sort
of the haoosc-olat-n festival." But none woul
of all these Lthiags tmoved Mt's. Donald- said
sonl. Setting one's house In or-dor wa in cc
a mtatter' of ttlme andl labor, butt she care
hlad started in aow and wasn bound Lv that
keep on unblinchingly. If at any time sa
shle felt her dheotrintationl Ilagging a t
the vision 'of Marietta WVilliams cut ment
tinig uip the back stairs, while she lay blud1
on the cooling board, spurred her uap tA Sr
renewed eitftrt. She became so absob-m v
In her ocoupattion that she forg
hbout the bottle on tho.dining-root
hen the attie was flnally In orJo
entire house wis gone over wit
i caroe. The " unseen ooml s " wai
ted to various sulrprises. Cut
'ds, ciose~ti, wardrobes, trun ki
Iboxes and hundles all came in fc
r share of attention. When th
r had been completely renovate
was as white a- an artist in li
d make it with it- fresco worli
Donaldson oplened hi 3ewin
ina and mado a l.ult of under
los " to bo laid ou t in." W hon the
3 inished, labeled and folded awa
heart was full of triumph. Sh
ready now --- " prepared " - he
o had been "set in order." Tha
t at suppe)o her husband said t
" Your complexion Isn't so sallov
was, my dear. 'L'ho exercise yol
boon taking has intproved you.
dden idea struck Mrs. l)ona!dson
:as she would she couildn't ac0 "i
t speck lo:ting " anywhere. He
t was very .rderly and guiet. Mr
OI('son had turned over a new iea
was coming home on time. Sh1
dreamed of picking roses in i
tiful garden last night and she fol
risk and active as a young girl
wtholess, si couldn't help beinj
ttlo disgusted as sho quieti;
ored: I suppose I have beoe
tt ng ready to die had made he' a
LFTER THE BLIND TIGERS.
A 1>M1 N I~'LA'i'kION V Il'3W Oii
1411 140 aW l'N lASEi'.
t he l'enitent inry Uinter tile inl
en .Judge linicbananl vals holding
in Char leston lie signed injune
against a numberlice of Imlen who
cliargetl wILh selling lititor inl
1on1 of the U ispenisaLry law.
Ig the number. were .lohn Wyid
nad V. J. Howen. The injunctions
served on .line 10. Since that
, mumber of the ihtiarleston po
orce, one k. Moyers, has made
its chargiig that they hax e con
I sell inlg lititio' ill d e iance Of thbe
tioll and in contlempt of tihe
u lItichanan. acting upon these
its. issued an ordei for Wynd
tid Blowen to show caie before
n Chambnrs, why they s..oIld
rlled fIcr contempt.
ealses were heard by .1udge
nani in his ollice at his residence
litel'. Assistant, Attorney GJen
ownsend was prleselt to repre
le State and ar. corge S. Io
f Charle-ston, appealed in behalf
nidla-ma. Bowen' was not repre
no were either of the prilnci
euc Of lvowen wis tlncm up first,
ter the alidavits were road by
w Iinenid ill sul)pOrt of the ch barge
owen had violated the injune
n(d was, therefore, guilty 01 con
he was adjudged guilty f con
and the ollowing order was
of Sout h Carolina, Coun ty Of
rieston-lin tihe Circuit Court
SIate of South Carolina, plainii
vs. W. .1. Luwen, defendant.
ni petition anid allidavits tiled its
ove stated case a rule was issuec
on the unhl day of .June, A. D)
eqnuiring WN. .1. Howen, the de
lt, to show cause before inc at
er', Soth~iI Caolinia, oni the 3d da.3
4,A. 1). 1 45, wvhy lie should no
alced anid piuinished for contemnp
'ibiy inag the orderI of the templlo
Linjunictioni g rai.t ed I y me on th
.it, has not apphleared by counsel 0
rion, and5 hia, mlade nao returni ti
.1hI. and11 selrvice of thet said r'uI
:.s b.:en h r >per' y pro'G e*i a
I. and)1 it app~eari'ng from trie pro
by alidav'it, thiat, W. .J. Bowel
iolated the said order of injunc
iy selling and authorizing to b
litoxicati ng Iliqunors ini hiis place u
rss, at lWm K ing street, Charles
')outhl Caro(inall. it is adj udge<
the defenidanit, WV. .i. Hlowen, I
of contemp t, andI that the ruil
1(de absolute. It Is further ordel
:1 adjudged that the said W. .1
n is guilty of contemplt andI sut2
I) the punishment prescribend b.
:n 22 of the. Dispensary Act *
Wh lerefore it, is conidered'U( (
ouirt, and prIoniouncedt as the juaitl
aind sentence of the law that th
WV. .1. Bowen do paty the sum c
9200)) hiund red dol11lars, anid ho ini
nied in the State I'en itenitiary ii
nbliaL for thle. terml or four' mionithi
Li sheriti of Charleston C~ount~y I
y directed to take into custody v
the body of W. .1. Howenaand hiol
ame subject to the authorities
'enitentiary, lierein fall not.
)SMU;NI) W. IIIWIIANAN, .ludge.
e Columbia c'orreOspondenit of th
Sand Courier has the followin
rionts uplonl the Bowen ease:
he adminittration has basi1 a ti
,t, game. Thirete of the dI 1ipar
abies who are in jauIl have th
faction of knowing that WN. .1
>ni is unlder a senitencee of foua
,hs In the penitentiary. it is rt
md uts a very drastic aneasuire, bu
dministration stiumls to think thu
s about the onily way the 'Chiarler
ases can be handled10(.' It hils bee
great t iaeatening piower wIc
II spensary has hel'I in reservn
,hio authorities are very much d(
,cd that it has been brought int
lsitioni. 'Theiy thiink that It is th
,i ng that will kill ot, the ' blIIn
s.' T1he dispensary authoritie
mntly initt)Ind to lose no0 timei
ng Howen to the penlitenitiar'y, 41
iast In making the eff'ort. TIh
res have b~een forwarded to'(hnarle:
and tihe Oeectation. is that Lbh
es will be on lowvea by Sunda
hli idea here is that Bloweni ougla
uve gone to Sumter and~ made hi
ieo anid have showni that much dt
andi respect, to J1udgo Buchianaz
has to be given credit for doin
,lhe believes to be right in tha
cr'. It is said that Bowen wat
id w ithi the papers four (laysi
nie of tihe hear ing by Chief Coa
o Hiolloy, and the expeotatlin wn
lie would be prlesenit or tha
~el would reprel'sent him. It I
unced that Mer. C. '-. Ilisselt, te
leston, was )xpeted to replreson
in. Assiant Attorney Ceneren
isenid said that he di1t1 not wish
ye any snap jtiumnt takeni anm
Judge tiuchanani waited~ all da;
e sIgning the or'der, anti that I
ixpOcted1 that a tolograii or 50om<
of explanation of the absene,
I be received. Judge Townsenu
that while there were other case
urso of preparation lie did( no
to say anything about them, bu
It was intended to stop) the Illici
>f liquxor in one way or another.
s conjunction with the announce
of the use of the dispensar:
teon it is announced that Judga
nton will not have occasion t4
aniy of the nanatahina un hnofart
it him for alleged violations of his in
n Junction. It is stated that the con
stables havp been instructed not to
', seize any liquor except where suspi
h cious ciroumustances attend the in
0 troduotion of the liquor Into the State,
- but that thd constables are not ex
I, pected to seize liquor while in transit
r or when it is for private consumnption.
e " It is pretty safe to say that some
A way will be found to test the right
e of the Circuit Judges to Imprison any
, one in such proceedings. Whether it
will come up in the particular case
heard in Sumter Is not known, but the
y issue has been so long discussed and
y there is so much at, stake that it Is
L sure to be tihe issue in another legal
t The Columbia correspondent of the v
Atlanta Constitution writes as follows: d
1 The dispensary ofllcials are in high
glee at the sentencing of W. J. Bowen,
of Charleston, to the plnitentiary for $
four months by Judge Buchanan. They u
L say that it is the best thing that has 11
happened for the dispensary since tie
Supreme Court declared the law to
be unconstitutional, and that it will '
3 enable the oflicers of the law to on- t
t force the law as they never have been t
able to hufore. The section of the law 0
under w hich Judge Buchanan proceed- 0
r e.l had boon in force for two years, but
i or some reason or other it has never
i been used before. It has been con
sidered to be one of the harshtst fea- 8i
L tures of thbe law. as in effect it sets d
aside the right of trial by jury. When t
passed it, was thought to be by the ti
anti-dispenisary people only a searce- X
crow that would never he used." b
BI'LlDING COirNMILLS. U
filow th e Co-Opierat ive 'la n Works T
In Sour h Crroliena si
A ugista (iironile. t(
lhi ilding 'otton Imrills onl tlheC co
opelatiVe )lan1 is I SChem0iO that is
proving Imlost, suceossful in North and
South Carolina and that is doing much g
to put, these two States in the lead in in
the Cotton mnuLI factuAiring inu(tistry.
i ormerly (iorgia held the und1is- C
puted la(d in the consumption of cot- w
ton by factor'ies, but in recetil years si
South Carolini hits outstripped her p)
and to-day manufactures more cotton gi
goods than any other Southern Stuto. tI
North Carolina, however. has pro- h
gressed Iuore rapidly il cottonr ianru- ,1
fcturiing in recent years than all her
other sister States and South Carolina m
ind (Georgia w ill have all they can do gi
to keep in the lead. Inl all three of
States the progress in manufacturing hi
is remarkable and the next Census will ti
show a Wonderful inrcrease in the m
numiii ber of sp'idlos in these three h
One of the features in mill biuilding
in the Carolinras has ben the et - t
operattive plan and it has done as mruch T
as anything else to build upI) the in
(Iustry. This has been the scheme .
particularly in North Carolina and is
now being Worked Very suecessfully
across the river.
The most notable and mrost recent
inbtane of this is reported from
Coliubia, and it gives promise of such V
good results that it iight prove of in- j
terest to A ugustans since cotton mnau
ufacturirig is such a successful Indus
try here and the enlargeinrent of plants
n and arournd this city is being pushed
with such enterprise.
The capital stock of the new "' Caro
lina Mlills," it is announ rced, will be
$1 (Jl.OJ, at thne outset,, withi provision
for an. increase to a million dollars,
and it is to be paid in at the low rate
oif one dollar per share per mronth , on
the pilarn of buiId irng aind loan and
other inistalmernt 'ompiutsl3. It is de
.igned to make the urnder'taking a
popu11lari one, arid one in which even
the smaillest ('ap1 itlist, can take part,
- and the r'rte adopted is low enough to
insure that end. "'Small sulbscr'ip
3 Lions." it is added, are to be encoiur
3 aged, with a view to inter'esting
i very3 man, wvorman arnd child in Cc.
I lumrbia,"' in the mill, arid it shouldl in
cheurde praiticlal ly the whole populIa
- tion of the city in its owner'sihip and in
3 the benefits of its wor'k. Such a mill
f shouild be of gr'eat value to tire comi
- mnunity, as a kinrd of savings bank with
I the whieels in it, atnd shouild prove pro
a litable if any mill can, whi( ther hard
3 times em' soft timec.',
- The Chai'leston News and Courier in
-(discuissing this new mill says:
- Its suc'.ess at so conispicuouis a point
/' would lead1 toa lihe eetth'iiihmlent, of
I rrior'e mills like i e Lhr'oughout the State
Iitrnd LS li'nirmot ers, therefore, and for
-ever-y r'eason, have tno best wishes of
b all good citizens of the State. The
ftuime will come, sooner or later, wvhen
- the small mills will hrave to compete
t with some of the big mills for brrsiness,
i. or for 'abor, or for' public suppor't in
s times of strikes, panics and other
t tr'ials. The co-Oper'ative mills, repr'e
d sentinig the comurutnlties In which threy
'wor'k, will be at no disadvantage with
the corplorative mmiills in suich condi
tionis, arid should be among the safest
I i ll properties.
SIt was mild1ly suggested last yearii
that threre was danger of our buildIng
.- ^''A t'r'omr the
- \anrd wveakness.
I ..-...L..: e. p ecuiliar to
s scri'ipt i on,
-.L 2~then'l it cutre
thtem. It r
-Irrites at little
y hre troublle'sthtcmsowyav
to go slhwly: bunt go they wvill, if
Syou ihl fmt bl itllIy ruse thre " Prescrip.
Stioni," arid they'll golpermannenitly '
Forcev " fe'tma c (omipiainrt"an
del(r'anigeent, or in anry "r'un-d(ownt" I,
D arnd exhau rsi md conditton of tihe fe
m ralo syste(mu, thIis mledic'ine is tire A
. otrly rermedy' so safe amnd certain that A
s it ('art be g/uaranfteedl. If it doesn't~
t benefit or ('t-e, in tire case of every p<
Stired~ orui allht('d woimahn, she'll have ni1
hrer moneriy back. Chrorear, St. Vitus's ,~
I1)anice, i'ervours and~ Gerner'al D~el
ity, Sleeplessness arnd kindred ail
mernts are, pr'ompltly r'elieved n
cr'ed~ by rt.an
3 (JAN 14E (COUNTrim ON to cure Ca
tarrhn - Doctor
=Remedy. It's j
For 25 years it
has been doing
It gives prompt and comrplete relie$
*500 reward for an ..uabecae
WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH
INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE
OF MOTHER AND CHILD. 'o;
"Mothers' Friend" a
RODS OONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN, the W
HORROR AND RISK. exi
"My wife used only two bottles. She r
l'as einsily and quickly relieved; is now
J. S. MOrTON, .Harlow, N. o. 801
Sent by express or mail, on receipt of price,
1.00 per bottle. Hook "TO MOTHEI1S"
IIADFIELD BEGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
10 many cotton nills. the feat being
lat South Carolina would crowd the
)tton inanufactuuring ield if it kept
ii building at the rate of the past few
ears. Twenty-five now inills have
eon added to our list since the flrst of
10 year, however, and the-e is no
ga yet of the hu diness being Ov3r- 82'
[no. North Carolina has added La
venty-nilne new "nills to its plant In c
1e saine tine, and capitalists and Pr
anufacturers in New lngland a * Ar No
Lilding several big inills, any o(.e o Lo
hich will represent a hail f dozen orW
ore of out' smaller ones. 46 G
There is plenty of roon in the South. H(
lie co-operative n1ll1 at, Columbia A
1ould have its duplicate in every B
iwn in the South before this time Al
-Practical astronomuy should b.,nIelt
'catly by the construction of the
rgest lens in the world, which has 4 P
ist, been linlisihed by the Ciar'ks, of " 1
,bividge, Nlass. Trills great, 1ens",
hich is at gift to the Chicao niver .
ty, is 1I4 inches indiaineter and 500
unds in weight. it is four inches
-eater in diaieter than tile lens of " 0
e Lick telescope in California, which "N
is hitherto hold the first place among
1. great, lenses of the world. .
-Sir B3ache Cunard, who recently P p
arried Miss Burke, a San 10rancisco Ar. G
I, is a third baronet and the owner
the fuious line of steamers that bears
s name. lie is -14 years old and
rough his Iother has iany coil- No.d
'etions in America. 1.is country j:so
)tne is one of the linest inl all Eng- K.0' a
nd. 6.50 a
lagnjetic Nervine, the g reat restora- TN A
ve. will cause you to sleep like a child. .31 a
'y it. Sold by Carpentetr bis., a
reenville, S. C. 1<.20 a
leadache bestroys Health
suilting in poor nienory, Irritability, nor- t -
ousnes, and Intellectual exhaustion. It orah
iduces other forms of disease, such as opi- tibtulo
isy, heart diseaso, apjnlexy, Insanity, etc. i.. 12
)r. Miles' Nervine Cures. ,T "
an l ;<
Mrs. (Chas. A. Miyers, 201 ilanna St., Fort
Waynie, Ind., writes Oct.. 7, 189)4: "1 sufferedi
-eribly with severe headaches, dizziness,
ciackaethe and niervcouaness, gradIual ly grow
ng worse until my life wats despaired of.
11nd try whait we wouldi, I found no relief som
L utui I cotr 1Inmee using D r. Mies' Nervi ne.
I have takeni ive botties and bl)ieve I ami a ___
wecli woman, and I have taken great comn
fort, In re'ommnenidin~g all of my friends to N
use( Ne4rvline. You miay publlish this letter M
if yout wish, andl I hope It may be the means [a A
of sav lng sone oflher sick mnother's life, as it, A
itid ininue.' N
On sale by all drugrgist-s. Book on lleart " L
tund Nerves senit lFREE. lIrI. NI Iies Mletical " C<
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore llealth. 9
[ ORT ROYAL & WEST1ERN CAR " S
olia Rtailwvay. "Angusta and ", ~
s~lieville Short. I .ine."~ ,I- I. I'iev.-land~ "K
tciv-er. SiIcedle t in let rune It 22nd, "
~v A tgnisla..........1.lt .4 u)a
~r (ireeniwood..12 101)1 pm :1)a A.
A nderson.... .....~ x 10 pm 1
I~anmrens.......... I. 15m pm o ii
(ireenville........ 250 pmt P. at
(hlenni Sp raing~s. 05 pm
Spartata mrx-...3 00 pm
Halnda........ ...4 -1 gom
I iendeirsonville. . . 5 1(1 pmn
A sheville.... ... . 20 pm
i sheville.~... ..... 11 nun am .....
Sp~artanbuitrg. .I -1 anm
(ireenvlle........i1 10 am :iIuI;.
lItanrens.... .... .. I 15~ ,,om ~i )
A ndlerson.... .... 2 anm
(Greenwooti....... IS1jpm S()a
sr Augusta-.......... 505 tm ~:5a
Savannahi.... ..... 505am UI p
tv (ireeniwood. .. ......5 23~ p ;:~n
r~ Iteigh .......... 26 am 1 K i
No fl.......7 00i am U2 )1
Pbeehnr.... ..... 600 am ti n ae
L) A'Iill:Ns, ATiLA NTA A NI) I(1N1S "T
v reentviltie.......)I -5am~ t1 m L
v Amderson.............( 920
Aulguista...... ...... ,94nm .
Greentwoi.......1 2- IXliim 1 i
r A thens.-.-3 ....5...pm03 pm
----- . AtD
r Atlata.........I....m.7.. pm
~los (:iil~ecjo~R a ........ fo ot u
uis tt8.A.1, mii( . .00Hat am "tc ~
Staram brgwi I ~ii lcr35amtwty *M
t~r miornuio elt VOtoIculs pm 2rts w
liC~ltits, Ole.,a00re's aw
It I. IOll) t'mu.t'es ge.
.1.liA 11,(ln. 5ise3Apm' a
-------------------- -- "oG.
r Atclana..... . 44. 00:,: m 7 45eu iiiqi mj
AUnts nS A L.and('.& ? Raiwa, ad Ns
l9I- -l.t 1ll A' 10,' H . Pas Agn
AnennTn. O. Von,.1
.nsant Killer Pain,
ntok f. Smnal-,
et Powe k ano
stin xistenop. Larg
3 HNSON'S ORENA P
teated and TPe ft
Beautiflere La W
at* and highly eof~ t I Tol
mrket. I to absolutaky M
oft and yelvoty and -
On, 1s 4 luxury-for. - e ft i
ys itching, c1eanses the scaPl and
owth of hair. Price 2k, Por sale by.
trpnter Pros . Greenville, S .
JTHERN RAILWAY 00.
Cendensed schedule in EffesO
June 16tb. 1895.
%Trains run by 75th Mridlan Time.
kar~~ ~ ~ ~ -o ...... ..i
U111bi., 1N 1
:aubla .a0 aI
y- -......... i 4I... .........
wterry ... --.----- ............ -11%s7 pmI
Inton ....(Ex U............... .b p in
mrn .s( xSunt). .. ...... . . 3.10 P In
soawood ......................... 1.T V an
dge ....- -.................. .17 pim
on .1.......... .. . .98
Ito& ................ ..... ......10pa
necs --.40 p 1
i n ta......... - . --.-.-- .--........ .0 P
henvill ...''' .... 10.1Ipm
odg''ones. ''' ...-............ 10.1 &
ilnieston ...................1.O am
m he rr .. ................... ..O.0p
rstii ." - *
dan so''........... ......... 3, pin
ileen ...................... 12.01 p
illt- Sx ..o . ..-_ .S.TA ..N .N. 1. 13 p ,
ure Ex Sunt..........1040 sa
Imtoi tnx su .a t. r ~11~0a
S2erry....................... . ,.0 am
rosperity ............... .......2.3; pa
m 1.30pm..Un... o..... " . . 5 3l.5pmut
et.en uluAnrA aild shelo,110.
ND leavy S Dainy. Daily.
Non. .2 A .ION . 4.1 ., (e.
in1?2anj c~i~so~r b8.0nul.3am
ni o.5upta m.n,.i.
Ins leveGrnile. A. an .0 Diison,,
d GImiped .Satuun. 1 ., 4.1i p.,AM
.1 1:30pn"..Uoi..... m.. 11pstbu.45ed L it
111 1.631)111 ..JohEsviI1. 1240! l.24pin
in, 2 OTpzn!. I'amev..2pn i lU.O1-9pin
ni 2.4tnjanlAr 81anL U' -L"v.l) l..a10.45pa
1n3lI tb gril 1.18am'l0.3Opm
lit .2 AAslkviIll LV T.I a08 G. pnl
na leave Spar. Aibtir. A. and . dtvison,.
L)oun~d. 4.28a5. in., 3.10 p. im., 6.111p. am., (Yea..
L 2.ai.mdl .southbound, 1.03 .ni.,2.50p..
.31 u.. in., (Vatibtaled Limnited).
its leave GreenVille. A. and C. Division,.
ound, 32Jani4p it.. and 5.27pm.. tVe.s.
Ai iArnitedi; southbuuund. 1.6T g. 111.. 4.10 P..
ns leavo Smieca. A. slaid 0. Divi.,iuat, north..
2.0,2 a. in. and 12.41 p. mn.: southbound, 8.00;
tnd 5.64 p. m
nis 15 and 16 bet weena Ashe villo and Co-.
i intake ~onntiaon~t at Coluinbia with F..
.. tulli 3-> nnid 3'). uand curry b.hro.ugtb
.an --.let yiin.; cars be tween AtacaylIle andt
manl n..ii..ce Slo:jeinst 'ars out Traine 84
... un, udi, ota A. uand C. Da.' aston.
P'aa. Agt. Am't taun. Paus. Agit. Enas Sys
0aan M'apl'edntendelnt. TPrafle Mgg2.
W~ ahin.ieon. D). C.
YTIIERtN RAILWAY Ci.
PIED MONT AIR LINE.
)KNa3D IOIMDULU of WAs8HNGER vnTA!X&
orthbound 31s - I~8 No.1 2'No. 18
12th, 1898. Daily Daily Daiiy ESus
tlan ta Glintse 9.003a .0 M .'7.50 at 4.35 1
tlantauatime. 1.00 y10.00 p -050 a 5 88 g
ororosa.. .........10:4 p 9.81 al 0.':6 g
uf ord-........ ......11.18 p 10.05 a 7.02 ?
ain.esville.. 2.25 p 11.43 p10.85 aj 7.31 g
ula. ......... .. ... 2.06 a 10.58 a 8.01 g
rneIa....... .......3L2 a 11.22 a~ 8.25 g.
1..A .........2-.8 a 11.28 a'8.30 g,
:ca-.... ....... 1.04 a 11.80 a.
'eattnineter ......... 1.43 a 12.24 p.
..n............ . .... 2a 11.41 p.
mral.....e... 42 2 1.20 p.
renil ..ot .a2.14 p.
artanbuarg.. 0.16 p4A a 3.19 p.
affneys. . .... ..5 a 4.l0 p..
asokeburg 7M0p 6.9 a 4.80 p.
angMoun'n ...6.45 a 6.00 p.
Iatonlia..... ........6.08 a 6.88 p
tarlotto. .... 0.20 p 6.50 a 0.20 p.
anvilie..1.00 a 11.40 p 11.45 p.
Ic'mond .... 0.0 a 4.40 p 8.00 ai
!ahinjfgton . 042 a 8.80 p,.. .
iiladielphta.. 10.1, a 8.C0 a..
swYork * g19.85 a 6.20 ai......j _
thbounad. N~o.87 No.8 No.11,No. 1
_____Daily Daily Doily ExiSun
swYr .~ .D12.15n
tltimorte...29 9.42 a. ....
aahington... 10.4 p 11.16 a......
ohmond.2.05 a 12.58 p 19.0~ ::a
ivile.5.40 a 0.10 p 6.45 I
alotte...... 0.85 a 11.05o 12.10 p.
ason--.;.....? 1.40 P 12.66 P.
ngs~un ..... ..... 1.20 p .
aoksburg.... 10.47 * 91 a 1.47 p .
tiffneysg...... ..... 1.i a 2.01 p.
atanbuff.. 11.87 8 1.06 a 2.80 p .
'nville... 1.28 a 1.67 a 4.i0 p .
ntral.....1.11 D 148 a 8.80 p...
neoa............. 8.06 a 8.84 p..,
estmninster....... ... ..... 0.10 p .....
ccoa......,........5.6 a 6.45 p...
unt Airy ...... .. 7.08 p 6.80 a
n lla--.......... . . .. .9p .8 a
lla.......... ....... .85 p6.0
inesville.... a.Al p 8.06 9.08 p7.28 a
lanta d E 18.03 pl93 a
a. ma. "P." p. ma. 'M." ncoon "N." night.
87 and 90-Wnshing toa and Southwestern
ailed Limte~d,Through Pullinan Sloopera
in New Yeek. and New Orleana, via Wash.
Asianta and Montgom,~y, and also be.
New York and Memphis, nia Washing.
lanta and Biwmnghaw. Dining Oars.
88 and 80 United States Feast Mail, Pull
S'eeping (Jars between Atlanta, Moat.
It and 10, Pullmne Uleeping Oau between
md, DaayWle and Greensbor.
URR, S. H. HARDWIOK,
Ps. Ag'O, Ain't General Pass Ag'S .
A0NM@e20, D. 0. A'2LA PTA, GA. .
. RYDUR, Suaperiatendoas, Ohaulotte,,
12mW, I. M. OPLP,
rAaeeom, RaS Wahssen 5. -