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Do You know ier?
I have a little friend who doesn't like to
Tl'o dust, or set the table, or even make
a hed ;
Tl'he Very ti houg it of's weeping nearly sets
her 4ill a-weeping,
And she al wnys goes about it as though
her feet were lead.
She "hates" to rock the baby, and says
that somie <hiy, maybe,
She'll go away, and linger where they
have it) babies 'round
To keep folks busy rociking,--but really
this is shocking.
Antid shet doesni't Imean a word of what
she says, I will be bouild.
'Tis true she canl not hear to even wa l k a
To huy a spool 41f cotton, ill stallilps
fo- muaumin1ia's Imiail,
And it's iuch against ier wislis thiat
she's stt to washing dishes.
While ill speak of dlarning!- stockingsr is
t'enouihrlk to tizmake her 1:alte.
In faut, she wants to shirk Ivyti -
seiiblin NIi work.
Anlti (he only thing. 1 kl (lo 1 e I ty, ,t)
har as I nil Say,
Is to take her1 doll ;11u4l bsooiik, and14 withini
SOlkUe tjlet 11114k
TI ead of lv-es antI tairits, .id tIrtami
the hours away.
I'eople wondered how inl the t worl
alrgiret ILasotn would ever ianiiagt
to get along wit-h Herbert 10all's ohW
maid simter. l'veirybody warnried thi
Otunce that Ni iss Saurah was the iimos
eccentrie, exaet ing, unhearable-well
the comitiunity hatt long ago exhIaitstei
its Supply of deseriptive adjectives il
giving opinions of her.
On the other ha ndi Mliss Sarah wlol
dicrel how sie would ever inianage ti
get on with .\Margaret . al ason, who
ever'ybody~ said hadl a teiptr andl I
will of her own. itl wou)(!.t tyralilli
cnl iluistr'ess ill ' Stii.,hilnt she
And now. since the in gage.nil ent was
positively 'announced the llitiousness
of pretnt'nileit fritid, was doing al it
could( to array the two agisvach
other. The only wholly unusuipecti rg
heart. was Ilerhert's. To hini, of
cOurse, Nla'ga''t was nI angl, nothinig
More nls nor ever could he. while
his sister, NIiss Sarah, hail eVert1 bien
the imst dntited of si:-trs, a will a,
ali ineojarii' liiskt ir. Such
a thought as la,..ti or vortl ilt if-i wt--)
tile two felttalt', "ii iar its [it! Ol Ve
for anl inlstant entered00 hi, mil1!.
ho)' 11 i r t Wtte i t Is III P 'i'
sole (if hir i 'at' neighbho', that liiT
wetlding day hatl hueen lixed. ( libi Mr".
Tl'lpley w\i:- thle fir -t,4 Vi tell :,b-w
Cotlliul ii''at t-d I he weet seelret. Ni w,
titesharp-towngited ()ld :.ou! pret1 lid.h a
a ee inlteret-l inl Mlar'.au-1, an . Id uL-.
theire is noithli:-o inixpe-ive! a
atviT1. sh 1I p iII I a h- of i V -int
I eih t' l is| I lII I-".
"Now, NIriraret tear. I 'i a little
otier than poul. and it's 1iy thity ti say
a thirng or two to yu be-fore you go
tinder Ithe irooif withi oldlN li Ss Sara h
I know lier beitter' than you dot, anid,
while I respiect lher. if course, all I
have to :-ay is. 'taind n p frt your' r'igt i to
Ihon't gjvi- all inlh I l..'t. her seo right,
trorntin-i:-tart thIat vn itwon't. lbe tan
maids ar'. 'iipechayv if t-hey have hadi
autthiority I n~ 'ir ktnuw onie t i.it
wasn't as ct r.- as two sticks -miid at
the wortld, yiou sin. hieeanii.,t niibt iy
wouhld tiarry- thl-t St.indt yoi ir
have withI lht' tink her~ krnow Iher
'lThis adv'ice w1as follow,. by a htypo..
"lhon't retp-at whalit, I say dear,' wil
.\largartt left the huousi' Uiii-iia ly
seeiin flirberit I uul. Siw' hail nio hoau
prtoachtitl iiarrha;:i, 'xei lit toi de.at
little NIlis. NI\ci' ker. who1 0-'wiiIits wi Ir
ant anitidote tii the polisoni fin~d itnn,
her inid bt .lrNts. [Tri tOy.
"Anid 0o .sou tit'r ra li gintg 0 ti.
I iiust g ive yiiu a litt'e adice :iiih
kntow'i, antdl slttimeliis we' are' abl htoi
hIill n ill a ittllw :,liic'i, I lte'ti' voi
whiete huis "i-t' et hasieetn i-i'- antI
tmis tls o I 'i i in~t afrid, h ar,
feel that. she is givitng over i-rown -it i
throtne til anttther wiomtan, ittit sl-i
woutldnt t heL ia walaan~tt if that dit.
body maake- yon th' hiit : but j iiii.
old mnahids : just. r't-siilvi tuiit yuia wont
go inti arny iimmt andti cairry ,,t.t fI
unhapinesswith toi.,t let NI is
Sarah feel that she' is laid on ihie sl.i
because of your cointg. .\bdi t' hervMe
von int spite of herself.'1Teli her' tnhat
y'ou arid Ilerbii'it canr't gt't ont withlott
whta satd fate it is fot'lr any womanitt tp
be without a ihiart shier can ietatn as
al hier owni !. .t-'t thlik itf the chncies
slie. hadi to inarr t :' I'oor N .\is Situ'ah :
I know slit. wi do her- o-t : u-t
listent to aniythIing ogly about la-r, lint
just bear' yourmselfI like a~ good tniito
girlI, and you wil be sym:'''tl o munc
Te'ars~ gther'ed in Nlairgar'eL's eyes,
atid fel ottnt'e soft cheeks. She
tnanked the Ilittle womni and weti
her way w ithi a sweet htatrmony so ut
lng thi'oug h her' soul as if anugels hatd
ebanitedl the si ings of heaven atllablott
her ea's. Yet shte coulId not sleep tht
nigh. fotr thintkotg of al the dr'eadfutl
possibilities toward which she might
be rushing with thtat old maid. The
advice of old Mr's. TLripley came back
t~o hiier :" Stand your' gt'ound The
irst spat you have wvit~h hei', make her
know her laie :"' Then she hear'd
gahin thiose genitlie words : " Make heir
ove you in spit of herself : e tender'
toheMi and rememnter whatt a sadl tate
hearit fhr anwo nan to be without a
A mental solilou ~ll d he Many
I've done wrong to prm - ayebet
but how touild his ilstr mie anybthn
bt kind aiid good 8hanl 1abe n
pendent and detlatnt, or shall I tindto
make her' love mie y it Is so hard ob
good when people around y'ou are rs
and dctatoriat!" But thensBho saw her
own, heard hurm re peating : " I can.
not live without you, Margaret," and
she foil asleep with a wave of jo~
uqhing over hor boar't anid dro~wning
.er fea.* * * *
Margareb and Herbert arrived a
ot o from their bridal trip in th,
- g When Herbei't left the hous<
go t businress the next mornIng h<
*0 aborbed kissing his brie th<
|('ONTINUlm) PROM PIHHT PAG10.]
.tories, and although it was known 4
at tle ordinanice was unconstitution- c
Ito one hat, asked that it be stricken I
, becauso all recognized that it was I
the bes, interests of the wholo city. a
,etories help the poor to got needed t
irk, it doing them good, they would u
lo' the exemption.
\Mr. Sheppard daid the section only s
ferrel to municipal taxes. The mo- o
mlit a factory is established in a town, s
Lry tItXaIyI' in the county will be a
'ectly beielited. It cannot injur- p
isly affIL'eCt the pooI' peoeI( in tho b
vns for they pay little taxes any way, 0
L what they do pay will be matorial
r'educed alter tihe expiration of livo li
Ir. Iuist said in towns and cities 1)
Ire is a dormant Capital lying in sl
iks and with this e ixemption it will
no out itand tihe people will receive
lI benefit. b
Al. 'I'vibert said lie was sick and s
dl of hearing speeches on the loor t
the iltert oW corporations. Col'
Ira tions and trusts have had tihe right
waty ill the national legislature and t
seesN tlit tiS isonvention was go- f
g to Iive them a chance to run s
ugh shod over the people. tlere t
! have a section which says that d
ose who have the money m1ay be ex- t
inyt fron taxation. \\'here is tihe
tice in that ' The pOor lblacksimith 1
tih.- poor. Im oelhant Im ust pay. The at
-inIlelo is wrong and141 he eitered hlins a
-otest atgailst slch letgislation. N!ine- a
utis o the leg islation now is against a
hor, tile folti (;tion of oiri pro'perity. ti
ie h,0111th-r i , ti he ma1.11 thalit he would p
-oec I- nterda protes t agKainlst
v ing * priiles to inen already ritb .
Id whonte INawS were-L hiretchlinig out S'
I'11 11 WV. at
.\r.\\ . W \ilsont said inl Hock Hill1 tI
ot vt'e't a-ix c(' t,oll factories1 atid he
A114t h'lh've oIne of ,beillnzi cae there It
'iti.e (11 ally exeiptiom. I f one it
AI oXt-iipte'. ill ohther towns are (I
-'O'd to () tine -amite thing. i1e de- 0
ld that ally factory nas over' been A
ilt on1 acevou0nt, of 113 exemption, vi
-anisO Ihen a ma111n, wan ted to 1Invest i:
ney he0 Was not, iniiflunced by the
.l per vvclnttge in Laxes he might at
L duniring live yVears. c<
Inr. \\. D. -vans ats t representa- d]
of tie aigricutliral classes oppoSe(d ti
seetion as be ilg ia pernicious act
rotection. \Ve would stilpify our
ves if we would countenanec any I,
ih pin'iciples as is contained in this
t ion. Capital seeks its own channel
I would go where it could make the n
ILLest peICeIItItge. This pitiful ex
ption is not going to encourage
>ital. It is coming South anyway, 9
*ause its facilities are superior to
V otlher sectioln.
dr. (Gorge Johnstone spoke against
sytei as being a protective one.
is litle claise, innocent as it seems,
the entering wedge for going fur
SLlId we should deterineic now V
ethetr taxat.ion shall be equal and p
ble or subject to a inere whim. a
\ m4otion to in definitely postpone 4
i itioln to strike out the ection t
s theln put and carried by Ia vote of
At the evening session the matter of
I-Ili p1tion ciIme up agin U, wV hen Mr.
lydl (Ifere a''t rtesoilutLion whInichn he
ough~ lt wouldh settle tbu inatter.
ntioin, whih Ihe allowved to bie sup
aintedl by thait or Nilr. lei'yd.
'Tie re'soi lut i n readis : "'rov ided,
aL i t efor anny such exemp ltion) is al
wed~t by3 anly city. orn town in thnis.I
e peopleI~ (If -aid city ori towin for
eir' eindlorsen~t t or' rojeetion." i
Ir'. W.T it Wilson held( that this
mne idea had1( be 'n otfered by Mir. S.
Winite and)1 had been killedi. NI r.
hite statedl the resolution wer'e about
Pi L'ho I~ amenment wats adopted docis
aly, and1( thon tLhore was" tr'oulo l.
Nhr. Str'ibling m~ove~d str'iko out the
Presiidlent h'vamns rutild t.hait a mo~tion
striko out tihe section havIng been
featedt, as well its one0 to Indefinitely
stpotne', ho would not eintee'tain thu
\ilr. Johinstoine iand NMrn. W. B. WNViI
Ii werei indlignanit.
I 'resideont i'vans Insisted thnerte had
lie somne Iiminit to such motioins eor
LI c'onvention wotuldi n1ever b) able to
n'. Wilson insistedl thit the house
unld decide when it wanted to stop)
I''ho Prnesident suggested( that an ap
al was in ordter'.
NI r. Ich'iy wanted to k nuw If a motion
nrecommilit waZs not in order, andl i:o
Ti'll-2 t't)'Ol'Y 1 OV'ERNMENT1s.
Uinder' the r'egular call of the comn
itteIco at thu mon'ning session Mn'.
,ts r'ead tllt following report, the
Lmoductory porntion of which caused
liep~ort of G;eor'ge D). T1illmazn, A. K.
naik, .l. WV. Kennedy, J.' 0. A.
)ore. .1. (. Otts, and it. H. Stack
m11o, whot constituto the half of what
os once tine whole committee on
'uties and1( county gover'nment, and
t) haive no0 chiairmnan, not clerk, no
sper's, no r'esoluitionis and no name by
bi tto desninat~o their half of the
Sec. I. TPhe several counties of thnis
,ate iare ealch deelar'ed a body politio
dnt comtrot. E'ach county shall con
Lu te on e e leetion dI lstr'ict..
See. !!. Th'e boundaries of the
veral counties shiall i'omain as now
tabhlished, exceplt tihose of the county
E'dgelield, which shall undenrgo
chI chainges ats are't maldo necessary by
o fon'mation of a new county fnrom
p)ortioni of Edgoticld, to3 be known
Satltdat, the boundarlos of which
o bet for'th in a constitutlonal ortdi
Soc. :i. The general assembly shall
Lye power at aniy tinme to organize
ILv counties, by changing the bound
les of oild onnes, but no mow counties
all be hecreatfter for'med of lens area
an 4100 sqtuaro miles, ln'r shall any
isting county lie reduunced to less
tout ;prov'ided, that not 0o(d county
ali be redu~cetd to less than 10,000 In
ibliants, ats shown by the last State
niatitonal census, nor bo redaced to
ci amount of taxaulo proper'ty tha'i
,500,000 as shnown by the last tax
See. 4. Whnenever' 300 freeholdlers
thin the area tof a proposed new
unty shahl petition fon' organization
a now county, the governor shall
der' ani election within a reasonable
no before the- meeting of the next
-sion of the leglilatunre, and if a1
jority of the qualified electorsi
ting in each part of the county or
unties proposed to be dismembered
denmbraced in the new county shall<
par'ately vote therefor, it shall be
e duty of the legislature to establish
chi now eounty at its next session'
it elections ae herein provided shall
it be held ini any proposed '"innty
tenor than once in four year.
Seo. 5. All counties formed in au
Irdance with the above sections shallt
first parting kiss e (lid not see Sister
Sarah wa iting at tihe dilning-room door
for a similar demonstration of lils love.
[lor poor old ieart suink within bor
and she said to herself, I knew it "
Entering the library a few nioments fa
aft!er Iterbert left, sie appiroached th
Margaret Witi the gravest dignit-y, ai
bearing in her- hand a form idable bunich oil
of koys. fo
" largaret,"she sai, I lseplleh ral I
tone, "1 i am iready to turn the house WI
over to you tills morning. iereI are fa
the keys and I will show you through
tile rooms, if you wisth , and toll you re
whero othings are kept, so that you lWI
CIanl maliko ainy cllallges you may de- ev
M. s Mleeker's advice soiunded in t
Margaret's eri- witih a foreeful ring. to
The oIllmint had comlie lin which she bit
had to take at stand and be mistress or, ly
to be tender and win tile old maid's ye
Mliss Sarah dro Ipped into ia chair' ti
With a sigh and awatited her doom. ba
111nutgine her. hurprise to have c1r ot
iret dril) up111o11 her lap, With ai little th
lauigiI, and exclaim : " Why, sister
Sarahl, I.hlit very idea 1 What wouldh Ltl
become of llerbert if I shoulhl Illder- iln
take to keep house ats igtllranltas I i p)
am'rl ? h, dear. , I shouild appear, ait oif
suich disadvaItIagLe atfter thelt sweet it
homei youl've madtie for him that hec inl
would Want to take leo Iack to maniua r
immediately i 'lease let everything w
coitillue just ats it hts bee, won't ti
You' We never canl gut (in1 witiImiL ell
you do! I am so gtlat I iav yol to ji
depelnd oil ." Ioi
Ni i84 Siral's ey's r.'Ust'il tinl tihe y
[loor.. 1'us1nlg MIigaret, get ly from p
her, 111e left the room witLotL Speak- t
ing. Mlargart, looked after iier dIis- hI-I
mayed and exclaimed : W"l\'hy, what j
at stI)rg way to) acjtIl
\iss SaraLh c ui Iharilly Ieep I w 11 "I
lier, te i' ' to stI 1'i' dw i o I h 111r 1.11 1 I i
Io In she itVe Vent t(o her ( I n , I .1t
Iw hih were. It IlixI ii .tur i rI) an!
joy. " '.' ib s her wvot .ol' "shl l It
-sid0. .\Iiar :I-(t, s.111 it p )I.ring b H it'
sittat ion, ai sedtL II h e i f: "\\ hat l, b11111
I do now .-" ~
" al rgaret, dear., will you ( 1 ,41111 11) fWil
to i'Ntly r-4l- oi a t litt 11 hit l ?". ' 1 li(
.li ss Sarah calle ' frm lith liad to1 hu
the stairs The tone wats rea Is'uIIi',I hI
So .lMtrgalr1 , went Ilp %V 1, It gay b1 ) n111111 . iII
.\lisbSatrahl met, hit-r w'tlhia kirss, yhte d !itt
a1 chair forl her, and .ai. '' .\ iy dear'.
chld, I have at htl-t.e rri filr yo.
Volli have thouighdt, itavt i. yu1 , thbat. Liv
Ihis, was at renlttd hjous, '.' 1,hi
" ''s. aid Nairgalet :'' 4)-(er o
told ise it. Wa,." -I s I
" \\ W s , d ar i t is up1 tI o I ast o
we'ek lIh e r I titkiIl( ih know ill .It,
.01hlit iny 1* sn aif lfairs, but i'Lve I an
tooling i l ar y for Some time. I gr
Itew lit, Wais too noble and eb ar11Ii'l lt 1' L
I''lhw t tay 11Single always, and I e
mumcfes I have beenl hiauntedi wil-1h hie
i ic fea. l h fis marry0ing some olle w ho
wtIll I I turn his ol Sister oit,, So I
Thrly bought this hou)Ise- lat, weekC, tht
tieet nintiif' his wih. (didl not want to T
!hve wit h me, i e-i ld hw indepeindeint is
111 t her to hunt anIt. . til
Now, th-ar--"- Wil
.\t this polint Mlits -Sarah'~s handker- ..t
Chief went to 11111 eye 1S. " Now, deas,
t Ih's tihe d ei'd to it:i i s y -, ti n tilt
she iossed the pIper into Margatret's w
lap). They both wept. -;,
\W'ho was the victor in is 1hi cask -
M1rs. .1"ekVer, d\y.rgart. o .l b-s SarIth? ,
LlLWITTING A4'l'fGNIiI' .11,1:
A" lni veia luIru 8111 liaie P' Which3 Io
TherIII. 131L 131 11 e is N tile i . IIpIi1111 1
TheI I t oflLIIS111 'ut i' a lsead. Ipcen ldt:
ti,h '.ton,'l toL we I l it, jhust befor w itl- tI
ine, which eL notice in yIsh mayo--n
ph- isLI 1111 o. f tle odi ti (f babit, for S1~
wich"si it ts h11 ard t iay eas)1on'L th
cotinued to byiila xapveito t~mhe next a
.\(1 ea penCi~l 'Ihoul never oul havwo, \V
s~iyhah-n the) ilned~f and tuin t'lhk ofn ih
boer on the s dlofes eta' penil~I befot
uinth it. Thoist ft ha eek. dintel se
settked by a clerk( (I in 'aLwsae lli S.-e
tio nd 11f (aeunih5ofitcl taun of tos
thati 11l1 11'11 pesn- whio t ae f ibin -h p1
Lond o wrne aits :Svritmn rm
('oll'I. reIvN( n IN - ( ibl't- yell ~ n
gtll'lot at befo' iI u oe iv lbm so1
ladyeIb. tie enn~ h)W aritidfe--i fact, tOil
aI ecte'ing-ue ini(~ILt lea pencilesiher lh
iltn t- a lmbd ont wutih~ I sot'hing of0 g
to'iwng e1 a olie fe)0s itlyis gunle or
have hsl pncilol 11poild. liet, woite- Lu
1)i1 Lek hi toh-n follo inn ext scrs fp
Sueconvdr day. An oftoin, vfer 'itC
untd tee, i)et tillit whas wer and to
he tet-, an ed to it rkh foloisngo
iend wohioverpofe i~ihi. ere
Fhinl he felott sot' fceapb oed,
lharselwdto themg'ini and aide tontond.
11111 \V! havewrol w ho took ul'le Inthhieo
estt o tnio shndshiske nie ofld
the, peingtm hsmoth nd soaked i
for etnd nte bool he, waisnn to
tun:rHaing many wrthiangst advrte-v
tUnt yor, a odinot wbuelldog. 1)31
Th ink; bwet-rutookn comunto o at
cand' speak fthe to10 with~ kidglve
thaomu the habote nthie tfher arm.t
Shae tikd up80 the sammipgncieeaml
Jaenesi t[ hr daint arepswpeaa-dn
toto wristoganodvrtimet fort aof
piaed he hsatt enda heikofa
hdeea to lt. t l'u it
And'hus hatpencl pssedfro
mout to outhfora wek. I wa
tho NEW IMINIIGRATION SCIlEDIE.
MiC Ilroy'si' lJail to PO
vido amidarnoll utt-"i . lat
1ore anti aaVFt'n ls al 14 1artul
tie From the Oreenville Mountrincer
vot- ho imiration schee l)ut oot
pur- by Col. MTko Brown, Of IlAuwell
but County, bids fair to outlive lanlly
inor others that have boon brought to 11 lit
Lm in reQceLt years. Ou-3o are alVo
to the import-ance of riimmg ration, and
it a fall In readily with tlo idea of bring.
0or- ing fam'nrs'S from Other SectionS of the
lIce country, who will buy small tracts of
ties land and make their own bog and
)w ; hoininy. Thoro is no lack of interest
igi- in the natter, and there are scores of
A,1o men in] overy county who aro willing to
sell land in small tracts and on reiason
ab- ablo terms. The trouble is to get men
,to ; who will devoto their time and money
not to the development of plans for the
on- accomplishment of this object.
igs. Miko lrown is a man of great energy
wvn- and forosight, and he has the mneans
and for carrying out any schome with
tw, which he Is connected. He is tho vice
but president of the Carolina Midland
are ailway, along which he is now settling
fariners from tle Northwest, and ho
jch has just organized a company for the
mid development of lands Iad promoting
1re- immigration to this State. lr. It. 11.
Js, dacobs, a prominent farmer of Green.
up villo County, has been in correspon
of dence with Col. lirown upon the sub
miId ject, and is asking rot a largo numb)er
Jho Of tenanlts to place upon his lands, but
ity he is given to understand that the
ter coipaily prfres to mt-ket the sur1'pius
uip lands and bring settlers rather than
ics tenants in South Carolina. hlis Ippli
for cation is on file at the comnpany's olilce
lay in Chleago, htOwever. and lhe Imay
ay The Aiken Iteco.rder has had an in
torview with Col. Ih'owni. in whieb lhe
701 stated that lie had iust. Made a saILe in
or Aug usta of 2.1-,m) acres inl lIarnwell
Coutlly to at synid iate of live parties,
ler who V:' immediately (ivide it upl) ilto
,Iat smiall farmIs, an~d settde it with huv-ers
,he from liiinois, who have already agreed
Ir. to come on. II e has sold about 7000
,lr. acres altogetlic. ai(d has brought on
di- at)t)lit. eighty heads of families, who re
til- pitesent foulr lihtud red people. all of
whom will become permanent eitizenis.
tin he colonies have beenct settlel a's fo
lhe lows : ne near the towi. of I arn well ;
.1h one near li owniell': two at I lagood's
at, mill, we 10 0 cres have been bough t:
oue on th h I iek' phire if 800 acres:
aim d two 41n1 ai tra.t of 1,000 acres, Iive
miles from 1Iarnwell. (ne eoloiv of
our hundred fatmilies in Nebraska, te
presentinhg about Sixtentlt h rod I )o
p e , ti n w n. inta.i g for'I a tI act, of
eep )1tl wVill coe n mmdiately.
the CA. I-w tai t that the immni i
tn gration cmpany Which he has or
he ganizd has jult bought :1.010 acres of
40( land. inoll y in .\ ikeni, arli-y l Il, lI ge
ote field and 4 n -hurg outIis, fromti
leg e Iind Loan v0m1palics. aill of wlihict
will be 1ffi'ee I t L'ttlers at low r'ate-s
led He is ende:ivin 'g to hItve a clause in
ro- sorted inl the new o...,titutin -:xemp
n1ty ting all immigr'ait- anid their pro
iich perty from tax-itin f1 lie iear aIter
es- arrival in i the State
ed, lie has had) the frleight rates (n)
ion household elffi-cts faI Chicago to
m11e liarVell reduie.I11fr14 -i, pet c.
nie 1(oad to 10:,, andes i pa--'eer rates
frr 144 imm ia t- i l bei ' u 1 a14lt ait4441
tedl sin. I e~lie h h 44 no di lieultv ini
iole of tltbe I >h 1 io iv er as1( theyo k eenly
Ito, ieahz 1/ that, it is tin their initerest t)
ible build upf the faring11i inlter4ests of the
tr~s, SouIth,~ but. I lie momenitt4 the Southernt
our11 rath-1 nds alt' reacehted Ithie dillieutyt is
g Th ntligr'aniI-t tat hav a ll PeatI ly
ioWear sald to b. well satisfied, and
-1- 4- hae on to workh iminattriously'
hler l piittogiL up hiotuses, a\., anld esta~~bih
ilnlg their farms. .\41d from whtat Ite
say3s tile movemen.1i121t prom~lises to lbe a
11se( It.4Cehiver Cleveland1( G ive', a 'alk on11
Ih 114 nhliject.
old of the Il'ort. ' iiya and1 WVestern Caro1(
,hey43 1una, inis be4en interv itwed bv the
Spartanbtrg I lerpahl, and11 'asked
lin- whtethier lie thou4tght te r'oadl wouilt
thtoher'. I l i beieves', that theim le
w~d ill take' plaue, admllittinig that. thei in
(idientiolns were aga(inst- it a1 few days
tMor- ago. \lr'. (loveland salyi, that '' this
vas oin lg to t-lhe fact. lthat the Cen ti'ra
lI'rut Co. had tatkeni an appel. Sinice
PlL tInts have takeni ltaec in New 'irk.
mus1 All the securliti.s of tcel. I . l W. ('
10 tol oad held byi the4. A t Cetra T [rust o.
were sold at, Jibi 0 et4( ion and1( hitd in
liwer bty .\lei-srs. Thioni,a-- anld I 3lya reprle
the i-enting the ennlonitttee hlavingt in
and( el bargo liihe ieoriganl i Zation of the (Con
(tors tral I bii'4Iad prop'I'rty-. 'lT is wvas IL
idi r' pre'lui i-aiy ,t.e14 and1 itmikes the way
t31ns compt)arati vol:: (en- V i h Ccintt'al)
miay I~iirad CAo. 1to no(w id ill t.he1 I'. It. &
and W. ('Not .v n toiin 4 al this, how
Iblev- 'eer, if thu ( tenttral I riIIroad in furI
au(- i'.hertance of its phrnis stioul iih < 4'
inity lily, I supp1i4o'e thety wiutld not, hesitate
au(- to ask lor' te plost.p~onmeniut of the
.ate. 51ale. l'veryt hing points niow to (an
thin early sale of the troadi. WhIo its purt -
ader' Cetntral lI alrtoadl atnd Iiank Ing C.o. of
tems Geor'gia hias the grea~test initerest IlL
stake. It is very3 reatsonle~I Lt sup~pose
Ig 11s that they ill protect theitr interest ini
e.4very p ossible way, and1( they are4. cer
wer, talinly no0w in a1 position to do' so. Thte
3 1n0 Cenutral,11 4i ad I iing Company(4411)1 t
toxi. under :ts plan of ircauiz- ithon ill)
5011$ he ownied ciii.ey by~ the Souithern
T1heo lIailway (C'up-my1 ;'. as t,hie Sothe rn
the Itaiway Colmpiamy will be the only
ting stockhlolder'. Whait thle futu re polievlo
lie wvill b0 in t~lh Ioerationi of the road1(,I
uivemr am unable to say. Th'le Soutt~hern ltailI
Sivor twy 1)eop)1 1have thtought, this aS1 malttter
the of such1 coinsequienice thatt ini irely to aI
rkot comm Ilercil bod y in .\laeon they say3
bate, that the Cen4mtral lI ail ro:id pr'opert~ies
s j;invill he ope4.rated italte~eiden of the
and1( Sotitherni tystemi.
better condli tion --mitany trestles hiave
no been Iil led, mantiy imore1 renewe44 amld,11
orn.- by .1 iauary a1 steel v'iadunot wi'ill replace
uoer. U01( ldvoohlen stituetumre across l'ioree
.$1 ty rmive.r. TIhec busins 4 o55(f the road1( is in
tion cr01as ig dalily3. it hais been a1 vatlua~ble
wa and1( fatith fuli Servant oho thbe people, anmd
om.0 the peole have shown i ar e 11( shiw
Lbhe inug their appr)'ec iitin of it, more) aw.,
but moi(re every'3 day,."
to Mr'. Cleveland coo i rms the state
that, mient in ouri last, issueO thtL Lt his line is
Slet likely to be operated sepatrateoly from
the Southern Itailway. lItceeiver'
tlon Clevelanod andO Suipeinmtendenit Ande'r.
vdson in that event oughtt to he kept in
ont, p)ositions where they halve sholwnt ca
. paicity toI greatly Imtoprove the pr4opet~i'y.
ray, Jlohnsoni's Magnetic Oil cures all
pains, internail or external, cramps,
nay colic, neuiralgia, rhieumtism~t, spraIns,
Ion, bruises, lame back, lheurisy Instantly .
by $1.00 sIze, 50 etls.; 50 cent size, 25
Phy'sbcians alI~ovoer thte world rf'o'm
)Ort mend Japlaneso Pile Cure. It has cured
1 In thousands, wIll cure you. Sol4Jund or
posItive guarantee. Samnple fro%
-l'ol. Massey, of the.North Car(
lina I',xperitnent Station, writes thi
when fro--t. imniinent, he gathers th
the green tomatoes, wraps them se
arately in paper (old newspapers wi
answer,) and packs thom in boxei
wh ich art' At.oril, in a place just wari
eniough to bie secttie fron frost, ti
obje.t, being to keep them, and -not t
ripen them. Then as the fruits ar
wanted a few are brought out at
tlito and placed i a warm posjtIoi
whet they will ripen in a few dayi
In this way he has kOpt his table sui
plied with sliced tomatoes up to inid
-A glass of water should be take
the fi-st thing in the morning. It 0;
i elses a twofold advantage. First
all, 1 Wh3- Spped Slowly, t acts as
stimulator to tile excretory organ
Secondly, during Sleep a great deal
inucous is Secreted by the inembrat
lining the Isouth and other organs
the alimentary eanal, and this mop
ing drink wlOye it. M any a mnor
ing iscafachu will 6e cured if th
habit is carefu'ly and Systexuaticall
--'rho Carolina Phosphate Wortl
(limited) of Beaufort, has closed dor
work, discharging all hands and en
ployes, and laying up dredges, ligh
oes, tugs and inachinery. Thiu W
only throws out of employment ull
wards of one hundred laborers an,
employes, but is a serious blow to th
business interest of the cotnuunit3
I imuielse capital is thus rendered Idl<
and it is dillicult, to predict when
Iay again be revived.
m. -dm -
-William Holland, one of the n4
groes w ho represented Abbeville Cowu
ty in the Legislature in 1873 and 1.1.
died recci.tly on the plantation of Ni
.1. A. Calhoun, near Ninety Six. Not
ing of interest, characterized his caret
except that of stealing the bill t
creat Ninety-Six County, which ha
passed its second rcading. It was re
ported and generally believed that li
sold it for $20 in gold.
All disease.' of the skin Cured an
the best colplexion restored by Joht
son's Oriental Soap, perfumed an
lighly itiieutetl. Two cakes in eac
package, 5 ets.
Epilepsy 20 Years.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine
A few years ago, Mr. L. W. Gallaher, wai
an extnsh ecssfini expert, nmnu
facturer of lumber producte. Attac'ked witl
t')iletp)sy, ie ws obliged to givo up his busi
ness. TheI at tacks Cam,1e1 upon him most in
opportniely. Ono tirne failing frotm a earri
aee, at a nolt her down stairs, and often in tho
strett. 01in, lie fell down a shaft in th
imill, his injutries nearly proving fatal. Mir
Gailaher writtes from Milwaukee, 'eb. 16.'95
"'Thetre are none more iserable than epi
ept ics. i-'or C0 years I suffered with epilep
t il tis, havin1m: as high as fivo in oine night.
I tid any numbher of physicians, paying
0one alo nit, a fee of $500.00 and have doni
lit I he form yen rs bunt, search fo~r somethingt
help tilt, an mi havti taken all the leadin
remed't it's, but recteiv~edh noi betiitt t. A year ag
toy sont, ('has. S. G3tiatiaer, druggist at 11
ihecti St., Milwauklee, gave rn10 Dr. Mile
IUestonra t ive Nervsine, anmd T trtied it wit
grat Iify ini resul ts. Ilav'e had but, two fit
sitce 1 b'egani taking it. I aan heg ter now
every waty tihan I have heeni In 20 years.''
h r. .i iles' liedies arei soldl by dI ruggist
on a poit Iivso gitart:te that tih fiiIrst. hioti I
will beneeit- ir prtie ret i ndlel. )iook on th
i tart ati ti Nervets, fret'. Acdress
D r.S i' leteitia Co., El khart, Inc
Dr. Mtiles' Itemedies Restore Ilealti
i'mr Sttlts, tind ii n rler to tin so; in
Sthen <lickest I itue,. hiave coine itadeel to
room uitts to ecurei It'it. leaist one1
ttst tinter a'it teveriy poistr-tl(tle it
I ihe e tie da ll .mys. P'Iliase t'tearl ihis
Our crett uotfer Nto. 1 consiiist of one(1)
tol'tl na lion Silit' wit h lar'gt
'iltith. 'Th is suite of fiitrmiit trot is
-".vor'h in itty furniiliturei'( store( not it'ss
It is itIa h tt'lii'atiii te , tot' wentt rotit
yout it is intt., buti a targ', fult -size
li nt ldce tiurI bIisiiness in yt t' net hI
Soit Ifor i'$15, whent thet tenshi colmes
w'ithI the' order . 'This idt. iI isoint t
eu t'tlIhis (Jiluti and end withit$15 andI the1
s'litt' wiltlit' shlipped'i to y'tii. I f i. is
iiurn t he sitit' at tiurt expes andt~'tit
itisintg goods will tie sent to ytt~ ill
'-it Th tuile above~'t deibed'illtt Is a spee
enlgu.. c'iit'ii h'ere'rore it is tustoless to
tl w.hilt' you tire udelying~ wit ing
It iis priice. At ft itionestilt e hashbeen
shtiitpi'd m~ t' netighbitiorot thie
I ' pit''e w'ill ttoaIt) ii'ist $;'l).
L.. F. PADGETT,
We wait t xientyI mten not. afraid to woi
to sell Organs atnl i eing Matchintes. wj
pay salaryv frotm $20 Ito $io.
W~e wanit t) tradec l'ianos, Orlgaiis at
Sewing Mat'infes for tell goodc horses
worik tto sewi ng macinie ant td tniati wago
115 Wasinigtonil Street,
______ Greenville,.8 S..
u '~jiipedit h unei ttxcetiled fil iities anti lpur'
I n"> thoro'.ath hiie systeml we handle
the 'I'-"tordters with ease timd dtespatch.
'fous smaller orders conuI nandt the same
I AU6USTA LUMB~ER CO.,
DOOl~S, SASH, BLINDS, ILUMBER, Ac.
"Buy of teMaker * AUOUti5TA GA .
n A New and Complete Treatment, consisting .of
SUPPOSITORIES Capsules of Ointment and two
0 boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Pilet
,o of every nature and do re. It makes an ot~Oration
0 with the knife or injections of carbollo acid which.
aro painful and seldom a permanent cure, and often
t resulting in death, unneeoesar . Wh endur,
this terriblo disease? V ante* a
boxes to cure any case. tou pay for
bonefits received. $1 a box, 6 for $5. Sent by mail.
. Gunrantoes Issued by our agents.
by Japanese Liver Pellets
the groat LIVER and STOM 01 REGULATOR and
BLOOD PUtIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to
take, especially adapted for children's use. a0 Dosef
C- GUARANTEES isaded only by
6OUTIIERN RAILWAi 0.
n PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
ONDIM4sRD SOUNDULD OF FAsqENO Pi TAIWS.
North bound No.88 No 3' No.1 T NH. 18
tJul 28th,1895. Daily Daily I Daily ExSun
Lv Atlanta 0 time 12.00m 9.00 p 7.50 a, 4.35 p
,, Atlanta c time 1.00 p 10.00 p 863 a 5.85, p
. Norross. .... ...... 10.40 p 9.33 a 0.20 p
SBtor ...... ........ 11.13 p 10.05 a 7.02 p
1 es4ville.. 1.25 V 11.43 p 10.35 a 7.33 p
-'- ---.--.... ....12.06 a 10.68 a 8.01 p
rnelia--..-.. .....12.32 a 11.22 a 8.26 p
Alt. Airy............ 12.36 a 11.25 a 8.30 p
'oeoa..--'--* ....... 1.04 a 11.50 a|.
Westinnster . ........ 1.4.1 a 1'j.24 p
r ........ ........ 2.02 a 12.41 p1.......
Venral.. .. 4.45 p 2.35 a 1.20 p.
0 t..reenvillo.... 5.27 p 8.29 a 2.14 p.
d Spartanburg.. 6.18 p 4.2. a 8.19 p
" Gatineys. . ... ........ 5.05 a 4.10 p.
" B'lacksburg-... 7.05 p 5.22 a 4.30 p.
C " Kilg'iMount'n. 5.45 a 5.00 p
Gastonia...... ........ 6.08 a 5.2.K )
Ar. Charlotto. .... 8.20 p 8.50 a .24) p .
Ar. 1'anville ...... 12.00 a 11.40 p 11.15 p
Ar. Richmond .... 6.00 a 4.40 p 6.00 a.
Ar. Washington .. 6.42 at 8.30 p ........
"3 altim'e P... 8.05 a-11.26 p.
1 "Philadelphia..10.15 a 3.(0 al.::::
Now York..... 12.53 n 6.20 al.
- Bouthbound. No.37 No.35 No.1 1!No. ! 7
Daily Daily Daily ExSun
Lv NOw York P.R.R 4.80 p 12.15 n............,
* Philadelphia.. 6.55 p 7.20 a ...... ....
Baltimore. .... 9.20 p 11.42 a ........ .......
' Washington... 10.43 p)11.15 a...... ..
Richmond.12.05 12.5p 12.05 aI.
" Danville....... 5.50 a 6.10 p 7.05 ........
" Charlotte...... 9.35 a 11.00 p-12.20 p..
" Gastonia ...... ........ 11.35 p 1.06 ........
King'sMoumt'n ........ ... 1.32 p........
Blacksburg.... 10.47 a 12.13 a 2.00 p.
" Gaffneys...... ....12.26 a 2.18 p ........
" Spartanburg.. 11.37 a 1.00 a 3.05 p,... ....
Greenvillo..... 12.28 pI 1.52 a 4.41 P ........
" Contral........ 1.1 p 2.49 a 5.45 p.
" Seneca............... 3.02 a 6.08 p.
Westminster.. ..... ........ 6.23 p
" Toccoa........ ........ 3.54 a 6.56 p.
Mount Airy... ........ ........ 7.35 P 6.30 a
Cornolia.. .................7.38 P 6.36 a
" Lula................. 4.47 a 8.01 p 7.442 a
GainesviHo.... 3.31 p &.04 a 8.27 p 7.03 a
B Buford...... ...... ........ 9.00 p 7.50 a
Norcross...... ....... ........ 9.31 p. 8.27 a
Ar Atlanta . time 4.55 p 6.25 aP10.30 p1 9.30 a
Ar AtlantaC timel 3.55 pi A.25 al 9.33 p 8.30 a
"A"l a. m. P."1 p. m. ''M1." noon "N." night.
No.7ad 38-Washington and Southwestern
Vestibuled Limitod.Through Pullmun Sleepers
between New York and New Orleans, via Wash
ington, Atlanta and Montgomeory, and also be
tween New York and Memphis, via Washing.
ton, Atlata and Hlirminighamn. Dining Cars.
Nos, 85 and 86 United States Fast Mal, Pull
man Sleeping Cars between Atlanta, Mont
gomery and New York.
Nos. 11 and 12, Pullman Sleeping Car betweem
- IRichmond, Danville and Greensboro.
W. A. TURKC, S. H. H ARDW[CK,
Gen'l Pass. Ag'S. Ass't General Pass Ag'S
WASHINGTON, D. 0. ATLANTrA, QA,
0 V. B. RYDER, Superintendent, Obarlota,
1 North Carolina.
Wi . N. GREEN, J. M. OULP,
S Gen'l Supt., Trafms MDa
n1 m arvwApm e. a Wahlane ,6
SJSOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
I 4EASTERN SYSTEM.)
- ende~nsed Bohedule In, Effeet
July 38th, 138.
Trainq run by 76th Meridian 'rime.
Lt Chrlso---.....:---..... 7.20 a m
" Colum.......................... ......,110a m
" Prsperty................,..... 2..:- p ms
Ar Ne verry.--..--.......-.. ...........12.3" p m
Ar. Clinton .... (Ex Sun)..............~23( p in
"Laurona.. (E Sun). ........ .3.10 p a,
a inety-Six. ..............,...,... 37pm
"Alfbevillo-----.-.---............20 m -
"Anderson............ ............ rdp
Aln t . .. ... ...... .... .... ..-.-. 8 ;30 pmn
Lv. Greenville...,..,... .....,..,....... 10.165am
"Williamaton--..-...-...... ....... 11.04 am
Iul ton...... ... ................ li.45r
Ar. 1)orald-a......................... 11p
. 7Abiovillo.--.------.... ......... 11.10 am
Hlodge.--.-----.--..---------...... 12.28 pm
" G reenwood....................... 12.50 pm
"' Ninoty-Six.---.-------........... 1.06 pm
" hLaurens (Ex SlIm)....-------......0ai
" Clinton (Ex Sun)-.....---.--....... 11.l0 am
"Nowherry.-.---.---....----........ 2.03 p
" rseiy....- ......... 2.22 pm
Ar. Columnbia.....---.-I.... 3.55 pr
lietween Colummbia and Ashev11le.
Daily. T Daily. | Daily. Daily
No. 1. |No.13. ISTA TIONS fNo. 14j No16
-.002 p iiml 7.N j. .11 A r6i.O6dyn)1I. 10am
6.d a m .Ham Iiv CoultiaIAr. 3.45pm i.%ii
6.65 a ml I2.10pm -'.. . Ailaton.. ." 3.00pm 12.45ama
61 a mi 1.10pmln 4 ..Santuo..." 9pm 1.48am
7.28 a mii 1.30pm l". .Union.. ... "' l.05pm'l1.83pm
7.42 a m~ 1.!53,m " . Joneaville. " 2.40pm~ l1.I6pmn
6.20 a am 2.4t0pmr A r Spar 'b'Lv 1I.45arn1 1085pm
8.20 a mn 8.10pmg Lv Snart'b g Ar 1l.18am 10.80pmn
[.0.00 am 5 30pm!A r A sheville Lv_7.l0amI6.30pg
Tirains leave Spartanburg, A. and 0. division,
nlorthlboun d. 4.26 a. in., 3.19 p. mn., 6.18 p. in., (Ves
tibuledI !imitedl; southbound, 1.00 a. in.,38.06 p.
S., 1 a. mn., (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Greenville, A. and C. Divisiom,
n orthhbond, 3.29a.m.,2.14 pm., and 5.27pm.,(Ve.
libuled Liiild); southbound, 1.62 a. in., 4.0 p.
8. I in.. 12.2?8 p. mn., (Vestibuled Limited).
Tra ins leave Seneca, A. and 0. Division, north
bound, 2.02 a. ms. and 18.41 p. m.; southbound, 3.0
a. mn. and 8.08 p. m.
-. Tralns 15 and 18 between Asheville and 00-.
lumnbia make connection at Columbia with F.
0. A P., trains 86 and 88, and carry through
Pullman sleeping cars between AshevIlle and
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on Traisas U
and 86, 87 and 38, on A. and 0. Division.
W.A. TURK, S. HI. HARDWIOK,
Gen. Pam. AgL. A'S Gena. Pae. Agt. Eas Sy.
W. 11. GREEN, J.8M. OULP.
Geon'l Superintendent. Trafic M1gw.
t: JItElKiELEY. Sunt.. Columbia. 8.0da
issUme an equitable portion of
lebts of the existing county or cour
rom which its territory is taken.
Sec. 0. .he Legislatuac may pro
or the consolidation of two or v
Misting counties if a majority of
lualified electors of such counties
ng at an election hold for t h it
>ose shall vote separately therefor,
uch elections shall not be held oft<
han once in four years in the a
Sec. 7. Each county shall ole
horiff, a clerk of the court and a
not, whose respective terms of 0
hall be four years, and whose du
nd powers shall be dfiined by L
rovided the sierilf shall not be el
le to re-election until the expira1
f four years.
See. 8. A chaingang shall be es1
ished Ii every county in the Stt
rovided that this section shall
revent two or more counties from
Aidating their respective chaingat
sc. 9. Each of the several to
hips of this State, with names
oundaries as now established by I
hall constitute a body politic;
his shall not prevent the logislat
rom organizing other townships.
See. 10. The freehold voters of ei
ownship shlil elect at such times i
or such term,, of ollice as may be 1
crlbed by law, three discreet porst
o be known as the board of towne
irectors, who shall have charge
he township roads, bridges a
Lrries, the public schools, appoint,
ianagers of all l'ederal, Stato, com
nd township clections, shall regis
It qutalified voters of the towns]
nd shall dischargo such other dut
nd receive such compensation
Jeir services as the legislaturo n1
Sec. 11. The geno-al assembly it
xempIt ainy county from such tmi
lip system of eovermnent whene
majority of the freehold voters
Ie county shall petition therefor.
Mr. Austin, representing the ott
af of the committee. announced ti
4 report would be ready later in i
1y anu moved a vote of thanks to
Uts for his attempt at wit, which
ustim added, as ani expression of in,
dual opinion, was an egregious fN
At the evening session Mr. Aus
ibmitted the report of one-half of I
munty government committee wh
d not concri' in the repo-t mtdte
to morning session, as follows :
Section 1. The legislature may fr
ie to time establish new ouintie,
ic lollowing manner :
Whenever one-third of the (ualil
oters within the area of a propo
ow county shall petition the gover
Wr the creation of a new county
overnor shall order an election i it
reasonable timo thereafter, by
ualilied voters within the )tol)O
rea, in which election they shall v
es or no upon the (ilestion of creat
lid new county.
See. 2. If a majority of the quali
oters within the several sections 1
osed to be formed into a new cou
hall separately vote " yes " upon s
uastion then the legislature shall
ablish such new count.y. Provit
'hat an election upon such quesl
hall not be ordered upon tile sa
iroposed new county oftener than C
n four years.
Sec. :i. No county hcereafter fort
hall contain less th an the one h u nd]
Lmd twenty-four~h >art of the wI
iumber oif the inuihatan ts of the .S1
tor' shall it have less assessedi taxi
)roperty than twvo m11ill ions of (14)1
-sor shall it con taini less tha n I
bundred siare iiles.
See. 4I. No old( counaty shahll b' redt
u( less tarea tha liveIi 111( hum i
uiles, to) less assessed taxahiW lirpt
thban twvo miil lion d1ollar~s, nor- to sm313
population than lifteen tnousand
See. 5. No now cou nty line shalt
ruin neairer' to ani eta~tbl ishieda
houso thaln ten mniles. l'roide~ld, 'l
t~his sectioni shallI not aplyl to e
houses Iccated in cou nties not prop
to be distmombered.
Sec. Ii. All new coounthie een
formed shall bear a just appio-tionuI
of the valid indebtedhness of the
county or counties fromt whlich i
have been formed.
Signed by J1. Thos. Autstin, 11. I.. I
r'y, T. E'. .Johnson, lM. N. I read foarnc
J. Harrison tmnd l''rank 1H. (Gary.
Mr. .Johnson and Air. K iugh
their resolutions haid over until toi
row and printed.
This subject camne up in the rec
of the committee on miscellaun
tmtttor', and the section as prese
"lin the e xercise of the police p<
the Genieral Assemnbly shalt have
right to prohibit the mtuutfatei
sale and retail of intoxicating 1ig1
or bever'ages within the State it
such ruiles and restrictions as it do
pro per ;or the General Assembly
prohibit the manufacture anud sale
retail or' intoxicating liquors andu
eages within the Stte, aind mn
thoriz~e and empower- State and eo0
ollicera, both or either, under the
thority and in the nuime of the S
to buy In any imar'ket anid retail wi
the State liquior's and1( beverage:
such packages anid quantities, iu
such rules and regulations, as it de
Mr. Clayton otfored the follow ir
a substitute :
" In the exercise of the police po
the General Assembly shall hav<
authority to license the sale of in
eating liquors or beverages by 1)01
or corporations, wihin this State.
General Assembly may prohibit
manufacture and sale of intoxie
liquiors and bever'ages within
State, or. may authorize and empa
State and( county ohleers, hotl
eithber, uinder the authority andl it
iiname of the St ate, to buy in any mal
and1( sell and retail within the S
intoxicatinig liquors and beverage
such packages and quantities
underi such rules and regulations
Mr. Clayton said that there was
more impllortant qutestion In gov
mont than that of controlling lig
in the committee there was a dive1
of opinion. Thoroe was an olet
held In the State aid prohibitionl
aarried and the Dispensary wats a<
promise. If the resoltion of
sommittee is adopted it would be
in Incentive to the liquor elemeni
30ntinue the fight. My object, is
if the Dispensary is a lailure' thi
as give the people prohibition.
Mr. McCown said as the ques
Nas a most important one, he am<
hlat it be passed over for the pres
&'hich was agreed to.
Mr. She ppard called the prey
juestion, w hloh had the right of
mud it was carried.
Then M.'. irby called an aye and
,ote on the adoption of the secl
'he amended sootionwas adopted
vote of 80 to 65.
Senator Irby, Congressman Taill
ind these active on that side, vote<