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Il-aises i Neighibor-He 3eets a
V.rit md of child homod Dhays
Now ti' at the elections aIre , lil over,
Ivi ur''"i hind'- anti turni over' a
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ti- ' %*i.l- liit i1e.
I w" kiu i.ad yt oned'y e ao g '
tht !It taden and ot Ti!- a
sweat, of T"er ,it'a vion
IM'oO r Iig tre's had i twei
the beds andi the chrymanthvimnins had
fallen down and had to bo stalked0 up
and tied and the oAd canna stock had
to bte cu down and retuON ed. By Oe
timei I hal zt, et verything ill good
1,orde tand the h'aves all bur11ned anld
the waliks raktd out. I tholj:2h' Zi't,
abont f :nt t r prai' f'rom
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g(101 feold in i.Itw i okte Li 1
,hat moahelily flunwo ldtnt
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S1Iftrasch-d~ ahd thrdan w thl ans
tralnd nh o
"'", yes, I k nowi (I Dr. A lexln 1ci
an1d all his boy.,, anti iii the Stricklandt
from o ld( M IzIl, wn and I knowed thc
11utChinses. I colmte (11wn to Atlantl
wviLth Pits Hutchins this morning.
11les ourl judge., yout knloo. and he'~s a
good friind of mtin1,. I knowed till the
boys. Clarenice ain', for from me.
" \Vh t mlout you r na i e h o ? S id
"l)id yout know it) old mat inl Law
reCevile )a11m41 Asa Smith ?" idt I.
W \hy, of coirso I did : ovorybody
knowd lim. I traded itn his storo for
years t.l ycils. II moved away to
'y Couiny jilt. l fore tile war. L)id
you' k 'rr liv in It) ?. ii-Cu ille '
" hi ,ou voilreieillwr t Ii ttle diark
-kin. b|tck-eyed girl who utd to vide
hore-hsck up i that road. -she was
1-'itz Ilutchins sister.
\\hv. of cotti4 I do. Lv.eryIbody
j ht\ t' . Sheiil Il I to g I to t I I Il
judge's far hl'il ovhe r'r ywidvs n111
XV t c fiI . I11 I. Ioi oni vi v Ill4. ie,
W011m tow n annd VO a 1In.'.d ! lh e nt
Iil I '4 t~1 it h rr :. ii m. - ii % I'tit :1i hav
(if gaq .,, (w pe ,-b, - hanging to che
horn of hv' ;dkl c - it b . irrhd olu
As.. Smith5' :,n, if I wo'il't i take, I
hI k 1 X/. tz hi lie th '.. I was th ik
in. Ilut" lh.'h' .Iv' were, himn, hut
the-n you r- tOo (11d at man, I reckon."
..:,i.\ r:a . .- jll I. you fort-et
th~at it hlas been OVer my years sinlce
t4)i aw tHa lit. irl . Yv, she Is Illy
O l;i. f n, i4 n-I, a :it .4' gir anly Iiore.l
' 1 \ i w l . --hIwt . l 11f, * isaid I te,
w ith a 1 luc1 -h" 1 o:y t44 : "I do fo rit
i-i a w ,or ittin'. An' you ar ol
I. O i t. \\ -'l. ve:el: I us dii to trade
wit h '-Ill and your )a a1-1 the Strick
Inar ~l ,\\' I, wii li I atil) So Wginid I
The whIi:JLothes hho.3' (I ILI the ihewl
ra -utl i Is Li- I rit tud ttd a warim
hak i .'' Li ' i l ..nd I tl of t 1od-by)
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1 4i tit iiv ' (41 l -- -
4'ii uu -whe- ei Ht wol homtibn.
wa at of tl cavairy
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if t t1 i ofa I t. o u.e w not
'Ilent~ wh rihi taal nar'ui , was hlf
w I' , li t' i se h iiC l , ti.i t. ver; ill.ta nI,
all' it wasi. the0: ma s iy to
.! r1 wher'. hecad a swift,
W " - I 'et ij iera- Ill)r bi111.
- itt hit' ,.4)ef'at itader loAit tilt lle
4): l tililul II 'is , atid a lato te-fore
i l I oriM lie i' l11 ay11 titi ol wIy
nait arof tle couty which had nt,
LIt' ll viit.e l lI.y Wie i vadt 'ts.
l-'or. days th 1; raIy-conted fu1"it~ive
r 0l i i I 4x1re r t e ti lost vigil
son-L th'i*I,w\o-L'tiy fr-iendsl of theU l(st,
when thill coast, was clear,
U.1n.e his' wayi tO Gir i , and ,Ilt a
t: weVt.k wVit tIIb lw uIpate1 r, of
hec Confteerary Inl llabanla.
.e'g leatt 1 -1houl nrout liur 411 1 aujet
hTI I1 t I 'Wvn hleatl 1100 I ti wc ivl -aia
lIg* lit . t 'r lg t-I lt LI) la e all oit,
oi t.ithle' for lltropoSt.t~lIitLh ~
\i 9 n h1 Lt d a1 t Irlver poolli tG
halns 1as short, Mif' k undo . lil had
et a bwrag t his liefe I i u, but1101
'idI no it ow 1 w ' hete shet wouid' re
ive hi t., ovr whe erse wol beate Iable
(ceim n y moneytlIi', for, him.1, iti ln
1 nget to tng land,1I whonly~
-w thlhe tiP '11id ny knlowPui whih
ho tlo tn hw
ca\e ah dhioyl tlg iel~r Ofmoe"
SNvetedt till a 1) firstlas ikt toi
act and thoarwd. hetai'wt
leatsh- Jit ht llIt. alkt. \ ilntit1
114.. IIOWw r'tache Itheo'll metropolIt
liin oly-ed ani id t ew fekandi
handere kl to be in a 'con
Thin i ai tetrefuge, hoe ai, thy
Lold w-y weo do i !sposd.Ilnln. ~i
Tio-r t-oiry pa ilngl as :,l udying
'1'l-tcaticon wian g aitnewt felwthravel
IL h wa fr sittion
Thewi lie arlelywa a Lcononi
awsip of paed itdteiknd at lano
atvou:l! h im reay, the 1uansitdO iop
,o'te wig Imbet, oombst anr o outmem
. the Cstonedeatoe agbinet anr ex-l
to cn tawyer. iat nth it w
Tut inmdot r)Ihd soon tue tiber'si
ant urIng th iluted gaperhs atn
tio to to the United htadte. t
bun.t h T.'nrs ofc Gofgime?" h
\) reidan ro ndred1C w s~1oI
InPregwt fthe~ freetdm ofl
Tttsan oder a''ndglhan was ah
T THE SEABOARD AIR -LINE IS INTACT.
THU IW'CONT DI)AIi HAS F"A ILED .
Italilway oU0111peition Has Not Yet
13een1 Des troy ed--Tle Soutl iHs
Cause for Thianksgiving.
alnufacturers' tecor(d, lIaltimore, M(d.
The failure of the Now York oeople
to secure a controlling interest in the
Seaboard Air Line, as now announced,
should cause profound thanksgiving,
not only throughout the South, but
wherever there exists any interest in
the future of this section. That the
concentration of ownership of all rail
roads in the central South in Now
York hands would prove a serious Ia
jury to this section, and eventually to
all 0outhern railroad securities, admits
of no question. In tihe first place,
competition is essential to the best in
terests of the South ; It is essential to
the buccess of its iereiants, manu
featurers anld farrmers ; it is essential
to the best, railroad work for the ip
building of its industrial resources and
tihe encouragement of immigration.
The Seaboard Air- Lino has given this
much-needed competition. No rail
road company in the country has done
better and broador work for the ma
terial advaucement of the country
trib"utary to it than has the Seaboard.
It has, in fact, during the last three
years, accomnpished mnor-e along its
1,000 miles of territory than many :oads
have done with double or treble the
mileage. Urder its present manage
ment it has been a power for Southerr
advanceeiint. and the Malifacturers'
Record ha:1.8 r'egar-ded its probable sale
Its it imlenlaeo to the prosperity of this
section, even though not so intended.
In the second place, the purchaso of
tihe Seaboard would have been regaird
ed by the South as tIre gobbling up (f
tile last independent line north of
Atlanta, and this would havO given
the polititians of the populistie persua
sion a now fighting-gr-jpnd against
railroads. It is safe to iy that under
such cic in a .:, 1- . 1t-1 "ould
liave been enacted in tile Centrat SLatLa
of vast injury to all Southern railroad
secrriti-s, and tilbs to all SouthOrn
With tho details of the recent con
test for control, the Manufacturers'
Itercord has nothing to do. It may,
however, very appropriately be said
that the record of the present adminis
itiuring the last three years of probably
unequaled business depression is one
of which any company might be proud.
In that time this company has shown a
miont marvelous increase in the inagni
tude of the road's trallic, a wonderful
development of passenger service by
the estal. rlisent of through Pullman
trains bet ween Washington and Ports
msouth und Atlanta, (whereas three
years ngo there were only local trains
and no through lpassenger scrvice,) the
establishment of Atlanta terminals,
the enlatrgemient of Por'tsmouth iacili
ties with new war-eliouses, office build
ii,g. enlarged water front, &., the
raising of the standard of the rolling
stock If-rm a very inferior condition t
its piresett high grade with tue best
locomotives and good ears. All these
things have been done, not, as is often
necessary, at the expense of net earn
ings. (J., tlh e Coiltr-ary, dirin g this
three-year period tire grors earnings
havc, !argely increased, buit, better by
far thban that is the fact that, notw ithi
standing this very great advance in
thte physical coriditLion of the road, tihe
net earn inrgs have made a very large
Wijth the announcermen t that the
Seaboard will continue as an i ndepen
dent systems, tihe pe.>pio of H altLimrore
and of t~he South have an opportunity
to stand by thiis cornpany and make
sure of its perpetual independence by
giving it the most liberal support.
This need not he (lone in any hostility
to any uothor company, nor out of any
serntiimental consideration, but pu rely
n self-defense for the future-. it Is
searcely plossible that any other great
i-il Iroadi systemi bletweenl ialtimiore
arnd tire cenitrarl Souith wvill ever he0
bunilL. Th'Ie terri tory i piractically3
occupied. The concentr-ation of owner
siip of ex istint' lines into one mianago
mrenlt would for aill time make Balti
morec and the territory frorm lhere to
Atlanta dependent urpon one manage
nmernt. It woulrd be too late to fight
too 1ato to complain of railroad domi
nation, true or imuagirnary, after that
had been ccompllishe~d. Th'lere would
be no r~oomi for another line and none
would be built. This mratter should
be iregarded without any qjuestlon as to
priesent msaniagerrent of other lines
than thre Seaboard. Their manage
merit mnigh-t to-day be as helpful to tihe
South las thazt of tile Illinois CJentr-al
now is, (the Ill inrois Central seems to
he rmor-e nearly perfect in that, respect
than any other great system,) but to
morrow thuer'e might come a chrange
that would be destructive to trade be
tween Baltimrno and the South and to
thre now r-apidly developing interest of
Battimore and the South must strive
to rmaintain Independent systems, or
else they invoke drangers that may
po~vo of untold in jury. T1he Seaboar d
rs independlent usp to dlate, and tire dleal
has evidently failed. Now let 11:iti
rmor-e and tire Soiutlh make some vigo
r-ouis elf rts to see that the Inrdepen.
deoney of tis system and thre transfer
of i ts (ownershi ip to Now York are for
ever~ impossib1l1e. Ti'is way lies the
safety of futur- busliness Inter ests of
the territory between herc and1 At
lantra. l~very busincess mars, meranst.,
iman ufracturer or propecrty ow ner is
vitally3 inuster-estedl in this. il oreover-,
everyone interested in Soutihern riiailI
road secu rities is e(1uafly econcer-ned,
if he woL d perfr riot to see legislat
tioni that would pr~ove oIf i njuiiry te
every busi ness. Let tire busineie s peo
plo of thre South see to it, thrat this see
tion in the furtu re as ini thre past ihnir
tire be ne lit of thre competi tion of inrde
pen~ident r-ailr-oad n'ystemss.
- -Anr imrsportnrt legal point5, 1invol v
ing the jur-isd ictioni of marrgistr-ates In
civil eases, was argued a few days ago
in Spar-tanbuirrg befor-e Judige Ganry.
Thou noew constItution of this State
abhollihed the ollice o~f tr-i jurStOi andr
pr-ov ided for mrag i trautes, hurt d id riot
Ii x the durties 01'(I deinie the jurisd ictioni
clearly. If magriistra.tes hauve tire rigiht
to render judgments in civil cases
it, Is givern theim by impjl ication as
nsoiher the beg islaiturio nor the conssti
tution gives it In expressq te-rmrs. T1he
eaise Is aittractting inocrh interest from
tire faet that it, will raleet, vested rights
grow inrg (out of juidgmensts rendered ini
every part of the State. A fter ex
haustivye argiumentIs. Judr~ge Gary re
served his decision.
-- 'Tho Lord lovath a cheorful
giver," but tiher-e's nso eo ehureking a
coppe5r cnlt intO a conltribuitionl box so
loud as to make tire folks on the back
seat think the comusnrrion servico has
tumbled oli~ the altar.
-Bride (on shil oaurd at sea in a
storm) I feel so sick, msy dear, and if I
should die arnd threy bury me here,
you'll somoitlimos some and plant flowers
on my grave, won't, you, darling."
Bits ol'unnor and Nuggets of Trutilh
fVol tie imutltitude.
-A penny worth of mirth is worth
a pound of sorrow.
-The first use of a locomotive in
this country was in 1819.
--Brokers and barbers are given
to shavings, and carpenters to making
-Massachusetts has declared for
annual olections by nearly 50,000 ma
-Know thyself and keep the in
formation to thyself. This is good
-Where the woollen mills employ
about 150 people, the cotton mills
usually employ some 800.
-The greatest piece of good fortune
Is that which corrects our defioiencieb
and redeems our mistakes.
-In Paris it has been dcoided .that
gamblIng on the part of a wife consti
tutes suflicient grounds for divorce.
-If you count the sunny and cloudy
days of the wholo year, you will find
that the sunny ones predominate.
-Willie (reading)-Pa, what is a
prevaricating minion of beelzebub?
" A man who disagrees with you polit
ically, my son."
-Every wind that blows is caused
by the heated and expanding air (if
some locality rising, while the cooler
air rushes in to fill its place.
-There are a great many stories
that have no foundation. But when
it comes to building houses, the more
stories the botter the foundation must
-When a real New York boy wishes
to say that a man is extremely ex
travagant, he expresses himself this
way: " Ie has money to burn and
-Tlho recent report of the commis
sioner of education gives statiqtics
showing that there are 260,000 wonun
schoolteachers in this country to 122,
00 men teachers.
-Irate Customer-i want my money
h:,ck. Cycle Dealor-What for? "You
t- id this was a high grade wheel;
btit I find that in climbing hille the
1 igher the grade the harder it is tc
-A doctor declares that four or
anges Caton every day are effective in
rm-oving the craving for intoxicants.
uae should be eaten before breakfast,
and one each at II a. n., 3 p. m., and
6 1). m.
-"Is it true that when a wild
goose's mato dies it never takes an
other ?" asks a young widow. " 'cs,
but don't worry about that. The rea.
son it acts that way is becauso it is a
-" You are over 40, why don't you
marry." " Becauso I do not care to
marry an elderiy woman, while It
young girl would be foolish to miarry
me, and I do not caro to marry a fool
-\hrite frost is the ordinary frozen
dow or hoar frost,. Black frost occur;
when the cold is so intenso as to
freeze vegetation and causo it to turn
black without tho formation of hoar
--Hiigam ists. in H11 ungary are com
pelled to submit to an odd punish ment.
The man who has been silly enough
to marry two wives is legally forced
to live with both of them, in the same
-On his return from a tour which
lhe had been making with his master
in Switzerland, a servant, being asked
what he had Been, replied : " Oh, one
can't see anything. There's nothing
hut mountains evers vehere."
-Women have a better perception
of color than muon. An eminent au
thority on color blindness asserts that
under a very severe test the color vis
ion of I mian in 5 is defective, while in
women the average is 1 in 30.
- -Nearly th'.ee minutes are required
to brinmg a big steamer, like the Etru
ria, to a full stop ; and in that time
she will have advanced almost half a
mile freom the place she was when
the first movements were made to stop
-A man wecnt home the other night
aind found his house locked up. After
infinite trouble, he managed to gain ana
entr'ance through a back window, and
then discovered on the table a note
from his very thoughtful wIfe reading:
"I have gone out. You may find the
key on the sidle of the step."
-Who knows not, and knows not
that he knows not, is a fool-shun
him. WVho knows not, and knows
that lhe knows not, Is humble-teach
him. Who knows, but knows not that
lhe knows, is aslceop-wake him. Whc
knows, and knows that he knows, is
-A judge's little daughter, who had
attended her father's court for the first
time, was very much interested in the
prolceedings. After her return home
she told her mothber : "' Papa made a
speech, and several other muon made
speeches to 12 men who sat all together,
and these 12 mon wer-e put in a dlark
chamber to be dleveloped."
-A Kansas. girl, the daughter of a
GJrcenwood county rancher, was sent
east to school th is fall. " What do you
know, my child ?" the head teacher
asked her. "Oh, farming," the now
pupil)1 replied. "' Well tell me what Is
a farmI -" "' A farm is a body of land
surroundled by a barb-wire fence," the
little maidl said.
"hlello I What's wrong, old fel.
low ? ' "I'm almost crazy, I sent a
httter to my broker, askIng him
whether lhe thought I was a fool, and
another- one1 to Miss Willets, asking
her- to come for a drive with mo; I
don',tt know which of themi thIs tole
Igr-am Is froem." "' What does it savy?
"- Simply * Yes.''"
-Dick-Iow (lid you pirouced ?
i-rted-Whiy, I jumst went upl to hutr anod
asked her- if she would marr-my m .
"Without lir-st telling her how much
you loved hot-, atnd all that sot, 0'
thing ?"' " Of course ; 1o dId not want
toj prmejudice her judgment."' "My
dear boy, don't you know that whlen
folks fail In love they don't htave any
-I nevet- had any faith in luck at
all, excep~t that I believe good luck
will carrty a man ovo: a ditch, if he
jumpjs well, and put a bit, of bacon into
his ptot, if lie looks after his garden
and keeps a pig. Luck gonot-ally
cotmes to those who look aftrt it, and
my notIon is it taps once In a1 lifetime
at everybody's (lootr, and it industr-y
doesnot penit away it goes.--Spur
-Atrthe dog liar, the smart baby
liar, and the horse liar had their turns,
the comnmon, ordinary liar said: " Well,
you fellows own seome pretty bright
live stock, but I don't think any of
them comnpare with my educated katy
d id.t' " Wmat does it do ?" asked the
tman with tie dog that knew the time
of day. " My wife's sister Is a school
ma'am. and has anught tihnect to
lion of the hour. Louls Napoleon sent,
fotr him anld conuIlted him upon vtarioub
Among othier things thle emperor
asked hii what elfect the establish
mtotnt, of Maxiuilian's empiro would
1.ve upon i the Amiercan ropublic.
" 1 will novert ho established," was
the Georgialn's blunt reply.
" What-not with Confederato sym
pathy? " asked the emporor.
" There tro no Confederates it such
a casu," was the answer. " We are
The talk drifted to the question of
reforesting the south of France, and
Napoleon asked Gun. Toombs t~o visit
that region and make suggestions in
regard to the proposed work.
Tit request was complied with and
a report, was furnished of so elaborate
and complete a nature that the French
minister of the interior offered to pay
it handsome sum for it. This was re
futstd, as the genteral said that the
work W.s not inl his line, btt he was
prevaih-ti uponl to nccfiIit a .'ouvenlil. of
.ons11 id-ruiabe value from the mperor
Shortly after tills the exile yielded to
the t111,ny u'gent raIestUSi of his
Ir idils at hoite and returned to Geor
gifa. e'rh-titps nio otier CoifedeIate
who Visited Elurope made at more bril
lian.1t reputation inl so shortt a ti me.
A SOUTIlICEN CORN TIST.
Fm'tarmris Mus Iirlinll tilie Corn Stalks
to Get Itid ol' tihe 1ore-Rotation
oI' Crops NeCeNsary.
littomotlog ist 11lowI'd. of the a -gricull
tural departmentit. in a recent circular
on tice larger cot'n-borer, says that the
pevSt will have no cliatnce for its life in
the North, w heirec~'cfult and thorough
nthodLts of cultivation are followed,
bit itt tlie South it has already donte
11iOre 01r iss damage in most cern tields
from A labamta to Virginia. Mr. ll.ow
ar rpirts having See(n mlore than11 30
hl 1 in a singh- stilk in South Caro
liI,, and int \''ginia, lunt yeart, It
in -I pla t'r e'tima'hs Il los.s at
inoe tan lo The inlneetl is idlenti
cva'. w.ith thll hni en orer. of Loui*.
Innit, al1)d i-- folulid ill all southlt ,ril
States as fat' iort a u. tle I'otott.ae
rive tand as far Wetr'l a K lnSi.
.T he14 iadu1it, m teisu fro th e old
i r'Ia iii s in the si n . 1o n after
1.hm. younig cmarn emnles up it latys it~s
C iU pon t the leav ta the axir
a l , tttett youn l 'i-vat Li ponh hluji ttin:.
tt H10 ithe stll< It tat r 0n r tei'
olu .and colto'tiIi(-ne.s tot s eti ie, usat lyI
uo-v d Ituttthrough heic pitni. The gi'tLh
of th at' ve r is rapi d an d it is Very
atLit, frii'ut lyta in th statlkl atill w il never
(Otit phSo ani entering at another,
mlaking- sevecral holes Iin tihe course of
it~s --rowth. When ready to transform11
it bores to thbe surface of the stalk
making at ili for ht beeL xit, of tie futuie
Imoti, tilt n a i to thle pit tu Litato.
T en to mlog ist, Says that Whro.0
ol cori stalks are systematily tIl r e
foved Ifrt o the it ed Itid burned Ifter
tite thartAg ort during wintr, ort where
I ntan VLt rOtation Of Crops is pracitie
ed, tile 'on sttalk-borelr will never be
comei at st- rilus nst, and tihe V irg [iia
and SothCarolina farmIers have it inl
Llheir h1ands to Check it att any time by
puruin thse sd methods.
Aside fromu corn, sIuga CIet, and
sorgiu, this boter htas oily onie other
food p lnt, SO fat ts we know. This is
ith lIama grats, Wtrtoaine grss, which
grlows very ighl inl swampy ground
FarmersIti ~iI whso corn-ili id headjoi
swampyIi groundet i wtillt d tl nte brn13
foerows grasst durt oling the' wier
Aie from3 thauiese siml) remedieis,
mttade, and tat isolceso thtrt aIn 18f
I rips CLi reasonabtlyc t eoin agint
th401 itiitcias inse. Whr hoi' cutom of'
a'Cloin 3'taks to~ remain inl twhe lold
folowel s that rn follSoing 3 cnwll
te badtly' tt amand. Osrain
madel by th O(is olli sho Ithan 189
tihie laergeda g to rops u planted
vtitus year1 -.va(1 het pir icItent, foil the
in tdi landl washi nl 10i 'nt t~tCent, ivn
whme titand ths totreatab t cls
hiTi11113 ie afOT~t'r teWaTNSStLit 3
Thel oranger to'~,I lt li -tt P atiente1
hiIle' Ilic Tol theit Meict iotnet
manit whohad 1been0 ist paionte the
recovery o 1.h' aik btnot foreeis hrged
it jst bl.Te aiti et. pleded in
defence Itha~ct wthel titotadii.ted f
htiim many 'imnes ter~ t wasiti lentrely
itell, oret a t leaswt aft ir het e atient
-badi delarise thtti hukido nleed
him. H wasttt, will tit'pay for ths
itiwtants nI rely ut nofo visirts whilch
tittjus the samili e asi wli.''e a
beentl Iesse ith the.tC a1ftendanc 5tof'a
gohd wand faithful nursedd whogoul
cont'scencitie, mn~~tet Ito do'h eal
believd hisV'e ted isit recovery
'Ie h pt istth tdoc tto hckle gtoo
'(1t i ofu to , It wilt pr'ovo bye I th
ton t otwn nurse,(11. of whosieIfaist ful
ne s hsit, tthevr cowiel.'
ttIhi t entirely it iofk daneat uth
(imf which hetspiaks."
ma d hr apsaant ,an.ws'wo'
tjtheti tas a widow oflte mifl age.icai '
" Alrn yo rttinker, yuSttnded t' to
fendati tis c'asd duing hlisrecenwt
iln ?" adLiitiittw t
Thitet,hetplaoI cnsitlet ationy tttto
her in dangd. l i.,tti lott a
"iin l ii iterdoti you remember lpthto
" Yeti ,sir, utg rlmerisjs v ry well."
te iAn din youi nwot, tik tht ding
thats oime the require he it ~teaeo
(oc,'din t~atii~ ~ veto thme hi re
qiet'dte. ttt ne ofvet'physietant?
"ite, i 1~)tIS ait toohat." imth
"itt.wt And ou ow tol us' that he red
gured tn th ericnrenderon'In under
exainb mit.sated thantan wa.i
Don't get the blues. Don't look
on the cloudy side of everything.
Don't be pessiminitic. Don't think
that the g:od peofle ae all dead,
n'or that bad people are to be allo.v
ed to turn this world wrong side up.
God reigns. 1's glorious cause is
as dear to hint as it ever can be to
its. Ile will take care of those who
tritst in him and (10 their best. If
we stifer, good may come from it.
What are we living for but to get
right with God and eternity, and
stay so ? Let us make the best of
our opportunities. Be hopeful, hap
py and pure. Work hai'd. Die on
ly when you must.-Michigan Chrris
Route of the'famous "Atlanta Special'
between New York, Washington, Norfolk.
and Atlanta, New Orleans, Southwest,
Also the "S. A. L. Express," Schedule in
effect April 5th, 1806.
No. .103. No. 41.
lv New York............. 32'ml 900ain
lI Iiatlel Ip)hia............ 5 5min 12 05am
Baltimore ............... 7 31pm 2 55am
Walshiriglon ............ 8 .10pmi -1:i'am
li.limion l............... 123tuan 9 0-5ain
Noriolk via S. A. L... 11 30pm-9 05am
l'ortsmouth ....12 01am 0 15ain
Weldon ............... 305am 1155aIn
Ilenderson ............*4 a2am *1 39)m
Ar lhurhanvia S A I...'f7 32am fi 09pin
Lv Durham ......... f5 20pmt Il 00an
Italeigh via S A L........*5 55am *3 34pmn
Sanford ............... 7 14am 4 58pn
So Pines................ 8001a 549)1)p
Hailet ................. 850an 0 55pn
Wadesboro.............. 953am 8 011pm
Mln roe ....-...........10 40am 8 155pn
Charlotte via 8. A. I. 10 35am1 10 20pll
Chester via 8 A L.... 12 03am 10 32pn
Clin (on ...... ...........1 200mi 11 58pm)
Greenwood............ 2 33uum 1 00ain
A bbeville .............. 30pn I 32am
E-lberton -.----...........: 4 00pmn 2 35arr
Ixr Athens ................ 5 10pm .3 main
Av, Winder................) 553pm -1 2lain
ArAtlaitja S A 1......... -15pm 5 20am
NORTnI 1o'N D.
N o. 38. No. 402
lAv.Allanma................ 810pmn 11 45ain
Lv Athens.............1 -inymi 2 55pn
Elberton .... ......... 12 1-5amin -1 (lpm
A hheville ............... I -7ain . 40pm
(ieenwood............... 2 15am .53pn
Clintm ................. . 13am. 25pm
Chester .................. '.Iam 7 3in
I.v i barbite vaS A IL ... 2am ..pm
.\ Sinroe S .A I............ I 13am 1) 1 1
Hamlet ................. lmn 1i 35p)m
S4 l'ines...............1 im.,11 2lpim
lIaleigh .................* I 1 m l t6am
\r ihirh1auin v A . .1 ITlpin 17 82am
Lv I irham- - - - . . i n am I5 2...
\ehlon .8 A 1..... . 4. ...:pni 4f1ari
Richtill .............. .10p1m G -*Ji
Washington viaPlnn it I111 1011m1 10-15am1
Bhaltimore ............12 I1am 120 06iln
1'hilade'l 'hia...........3-ia 2 20pm
..ew Yor'k ........ sam .1 53pm
A r P'ortsxinouth. . .. .... ltifl 7-3-3am
Norfolk ................. 605pm ' 543am
Nos. 403 aind 402, "Thxe Atlanta 8peoctal,"
8olidi Vesti1)m Train, with, Iitrftt Bleepo, a
andi Day Conehes between W~ashin tgton and
Athien ta. Parlor anid Di1ning Cars, Now Yorkt
to Washlington. P'u lman Sleepers between
Portsmouth arnu Charlotte, (open at .Ports
mouth Ll p. mn. Conniecting at Atlanta l or andi
from Macoeu FlorIda Chattanooga, Nash villo.
Mempii.e'xas. Catlifornia and the west.
,,N<,s. 41 and 38, * Thle S. A. L. l.:xpress." Solia
'iia of Putilman 81ee 1le15 &.ndl Day Coaches
het w(een.'orLtmouthI, \'oldon and Atlansa, at
so New Y'ork to W~eldon and Cape Charles.
Conntecting at Atlanta for and1( from Mtont
gomery, New Orleans, Texas. Alexicoe Cali for-.
ia, Mtacon,. Florida; at Porth mouthi wi th itay
[Line andi couastwise~ steamers and rail rou tes
to the North antl East.
No extrua tare oni any train.
For Tickets, Sleepers andi informa
tion apply to ticket agents, or' to
1B. A. Nu1-:WLAND, General Agent.
Pass. Dept., 6i Kimball House, A tlanta.
Xarl. B. Gr,1:MENTrS, TIrav l'ass. Agt.,
6 Kimball Ifouse, A tlanta, Ga.
E. ST.. .JOIIN, Vice-President and
Gan'l M gr.,
V. 1. MCel.:u. General .Superinten
,If. WV. 11. GLOVt.:ta, Tralille Manager.
'I. J. A NDt.:RSON, Gen'1 i.'asscn getr
General O)lles: P'ortsmnouth, Va
Contdensedi Scheiltulo In EZLreet
N OV. 15, 1890.
STATIONS. . Du
L~v. Charleston.................... 7 10 a mn
LV. Oolumbia...................... 1 00 aim
A Prosprity...................... 12 1 p mn
Ar Nwery............1222 pim
Ar. Nnty.?::............1 25 p
"(Greenwvood....................... 45 p mn
" Iodg s..... ..... m ....... 2 25 pim
r.Abboville ......... ... f5 -
Bo... to...............,...........,....0 0p.
Anederon,....................3 a5 pim
dreille sto................. ~i~ px am
A-Atilan.....................ti us p m
Ar.t.tenille...................... 10 in
fl ~Klife son .... .. ... ....... 11 5 a mt
" en woo ................. 1 00 p
LA- Newherry ............2 25 p mn
Ar Citunhaiai . ..... . 3 p m)
Ar. Chatrb-<ton ....... 800 r
530pt 7 lOnt Lv.thrleston.. Ar 8~00p11 006
8 on, 1 atn *.. Colnnltii. ..~ ~885 9 2
9U7 lt, " ...... Alstont........"2245p1 5 43a
10 Utal I 25p . .. Satuc .......".1 2691 1 p
192ta1 20'?p '.~.. in.. " l0p~ 72
10 it9a '223 " ... Joinue-a-jilu . 223pa
i10 64a 237p " . ..Paclet .. 1214 p4T
11 2..a 310 Ar.. ptartanburg.. .Ly 11 4SaQO'
11 Jat 333p Lv. 8partanburg. .Ar 11 23a 6p
940p 7iAr....AshevIllo...Lv 820a5335p
Trains (9 at 10 etr elegant Pulhnan
sleeping cats htweeUs bltaii andlAshvillo,
en t t iy let weejaksonvllou uad CincIn.
Trn, ins leave Spartanburg, A. & C. division.
Orhbun Oi48 s. mn., 8:47 p. m., 6:18 p. m .
IVesthibnhe J. eid); southbound 12:21 a. m .
5115 . Vi.1. a. m., (Vestibule Limited.)
Tr imale'ave Greenville A. and (C. Us~ion,.
rlbannd, . 45 a. mn.,2:8I p mn.nd 5s p.uii..
Setl-uled mnited).so-uthibound I :20 a m.
:20 p. mo., 12, p. m. (Vettibuled inmit ed)
Pullman palace sloning cars on Trains 85 tanc
8 7 and 88, on A. and O division.
. Su perintendentb, TraffeM h'g'r
anhnein ntt Wa.shin,,,-o 1 ,,
Ilousagnds in the Throes of T*ortu re.
Prompit, desive action can save the
Many already saved prove that there s
A re these the davs of fredon? is every
body out of bondage? \Vould th at we
couid answer, Yes, every body'a free !
Ihit in this e.Ilightened age hinidreds o
thousanits of lisei are in the cluthles (if a
tyrant vorse than any in listory, unable to
fight their way to liberty, impotent to break
When once the habit gets its grip on a
man it 'destrovs l!s nerve mid Will power,
robs him of lis only means of defense. ills
life is sapipd out of him, his manhood de
stroyed, his brain deadened, and lie he
comes a wreck of' a man-existence a liv
ing death, himself an object of disgust ill
stead of love and affection to those who are
dear to him.
Is there no hope ? There is-even after
years of slavery a curo without failure
4 ome and be treated and if in a week or
two you do not like gaining weight, feel.
hng new manly vigor andn makting vour
loved ones happy, you Can quit and tlere
will be no charge. No cure -No pay !
HEXT M. PERRY, M. D
To in trottuce ouri fi-nitiri- blsi ness
into every cotiliinlimity ini the Soithi
ern Stittes, and inl ortler to dto so in
the quickest. time, halve coiteluded to
make sone very liberal otl'ers in bed
room stites to secure at least onie
customer at every post-ollico In
tile next (A) datys. Please read this
advertisemnent cie'ully3 and14 send tit
once for one of our specialt oiers.
Ou r reat offer No. I consists o' oe(
Solli Ik ledroom Suit e Will harge
dresser With )O0x: hvel mirrkor, One
large Waishstaind, with dlouble door
an1d drawer, Onte 6-foot Hedstencl full
wvidth. This sulite of furniture is,
wvorthi inl any I tirniiture store niot less
than 5x. llo not think. for once that
it is a little clieut suite, 'or We assure
yoti it, is not, but it large frll-size
sut ie equil to anything on tit, mnarket
in order s ti tit the saile of these
si1tes and to keel) otir 1men1 busy ind
ilit roduce our business inl your ietgh
horhood. we agree to ship one it411te
only to cacti sliippiig polit inl Ile
south ior$15, when the cash, colmes
with the order. This itdvertisement
will possibly lipperll twice in this pal
per, therefore I I yout are interested.
cut tis ouit and sendl wit h $15 anud the
snite will be shipped to yoll, It it is
not just its represented you lilly re
tirn the suite at our expense amid
your $15 will berefulded to you. Our
eitalogue containing muny Iilustra
I ions of' rare bargam nd h ouse fur
nish tig goods will be sent to you ill)
T it'0te ahove descrthed Is a sipee
1ta1 ba rg11ini aid does not aipear i t t h
catalogue. therefore it. is iseless to
w'rite for istrtin1011s 0I this sMlt,
d111141 wtile il yo llare vit-Intig writitiir
somev one el'se i ina v t 1 hle haltr-a .111
Wveassure you that we will not ship)
but one suite iln Y nM' eighOi rhood
at this prico. A fler 1ne lite has been
shipped 11 t.110 t31ighbollooll tIlie
-prieu Will gro t o :t leatst $30.
L. F~ PADGE T
816 1IOA D ST., AUT UI'A, IA.
PIE)DMONL' Allt LINEZ.
Dondensed lchedle or Pa1s'senger Trins.
In EIIot Nov. I5, 151t1.
Northubund. No,. .'i .N iy No.1'9 Ex.
----- - - - -.-t.....n
v.A tlatit. :.;T-,12 (4)m il :o P 78 ma 4 25p
"lAlata E.1. 1p12 CO a 115-) a -f,5 p
Norcrossi~ u\ n. 6 1 a- t p
"Buford ......... .. o nIj7 1., p
" hiesvilo. e N p~ 2 T5 ,il(1 3 a1 7 .4 p
^Ia.... 2 4 p 2 47 a 11 ( n 8 Mp
Ar. Corn- et41in....... ... 1 t22 a 8,..',p
Lv- Mt- Ar- II 2 a....
Tocc1a . 5 8 48 al 154a....
" % eRa t nster ..... .. . -20p ...
n 8 a'.e.' . 4 tg p 4 ' a 1248 ....
"Central. 4 4, p 4 55 aj 130 ....
"Gr.'enile. 5 80 p 51 l21 .....
p'~lar nnburg. 4 18 p 43 42 a 1-17 p....
(nafuiiv. 7 32 a 4 28 pt.......
BIne'ksimrg. 7 03 p 7 40 a 44;-y....
kings al . ... 8 05 a 61)1 p ....
(4nin . . 8 27 a 535 j ..
Ar. Charltto .. N<2 p 9010 naa p 2 ...
llnnt-l .. t2 - n 1 0) 1'll 25 p
Ar-. Rl4ihinond4 ..1 00 ai 6O .0 p3100 n
AI.Wleshi ton. (1 42 at 9- .40 p --- -
" ltirn'.- PkR. 8~ 0) a i 2f, p.
Phi 14m4b-~~lhia 10 la a 3 03 aL.
" NmvYo4rk. 12-13 mI0 2 n~..__
14s. IFSI.MI No.17
SoutIsonnt. No. 37 No. 33 No~ 1
D~atly.I Dally. D~aily snm1.
LvN.Y. P.l.R. 40 t112 I5 a
"Phlaln~phaia . 6o , 3s 60 a . .C.
" Raltiinore.... 9 20) p 422 a....... ......,
" Wasington.. 10 48 1111 15, a....... .......
Lv. RIchmond .. . 2 00 a 12 55 p 2010 a ...
Lv. Q)anvile. ... 5 50 a 6020 p 46a...
" Charlotte .. 9 85 a;10 15 p 1220. pi...
"Gasotnla ..... ........10650 p iC1 p ...
" Ing's Mt.... ....... .. .....5 p ...
" aB'nesbur'g.. 1b640 a 1182 p 20 p ...
" SGarneys..... ..... 1 47 a 221 p....
U pranug II 1 12 '26 a 1115 p ...
* Greenville....1228 p 1 20 a 420 p ...
" Centrat.....115 p~ 205 a 525 p...
" eneca -....186 p 2 26 a 554 p...
"Westminsteor. ........ ....... 015 p...
" Tocooa .... 218 p 8 15 a 700 p...
" Mt. AirY.... ........ ........ 783 p .,..
" Luta........18 p 4 00 a 808 p 657 a
" Ginsvile..881 p 41U6 a 8856p 720.a
" Buor .... ........ 9 Wp 7 48 a
Ar. Atlanta,fIl.45 0 10 a 108O i 901a
Ar AlataC. T.l_8 55 5 10 a 980 p 80 &
'A" a. m. "'P" p. mn. "M" noon. "N" nligM.
Nos. 87 and 18-Daily. Washington and 8ou; h-'
Western Vestlbie ited. Triough Pulhnan
slooping oars between New York and Now Or
leans, via Washington, AtlIantIa and Mo'ntgoI-544
eryand also between New Yor-k and Meml~phils,
ytaWashigton, Attlnta amid tlirainlgbatrn. Pull.
manu slooping oars between New York and New
Orleans, in connection wIth the "s4tot Liny
$t-ed" trains for' San Flranelie-, semI-weekly,
laving Jersey City TueRndayo and4 8atuirdavet'
returning, leave New Orleanst Wrtingdays anni
S.aturdays. TIhis, traIn also enr-ries RLich'mon .
Augusta siblo ng cars l!et'r wenn Dnvillo ami~
CharlIot,t e. First olas thorough 1fare coaches
between WVashinlgton and A tant a. Dining cars
serve all meats en roitt'.
No.. 85 and 00- 'Ited S'tates F1as~t MaUl
rune solid bet ween Vn'shinxi~-on a a New (Ir.
leans, vin t lI.thi rIj il~twa,A. & W.. P. R.,
and L. & N. t. . .~OIng oem pemed of baggage
oar and ctoaes, t1'beghu without c1-hant e for
masengrers of all claames. P'itlhnan alace
d1rawinsg room, sloeping ears hot wean hQI~
ingto ton :4)1a-lveston Tlemx., 'uia Atlanta t'ew
Qrlean.-iand 8conthern t'acifin Railway ; Pullmnan
prawing rcoom sleeping ears between Jersan
lty and~ Atlni. Leaing Washigton eane
Waturday, a tourIst Stooping car will 1'-unf
through laot'' on Washi.:gton and San Fran'
60 wih nit ehan s.'
Nos.11nd 12t-Pu hnanii slooping ears bet,ween
RI-hilnond and D)anville.
T'he AIr ilna llqllo Irlfn, Nosq. 17 uind 18, be
Sweon Azisunt and (Corneola, Ga., daily excep6
nI udn v'.
- 11. (II kJ0N, - J. M1. CULP1
flen'l Slpt., Traffic MSg .
Wi'ashtigtonl, D). a. WVashington ,D. O.
W. A. T I''KI, 8. Ht. HIA RDWIOK
( n'1 Pales. Ag't.., Ass't, on'h Pass. A'g't.
Tampa Bay Hotel, Fhli, thie' mlost
I repical resort in the wortld. 'Tanmla llauv
IIl(tel, Casino, Opera Ilouse, Swmiming
l'ool, llo-wling Alleys, all open D~ecembher
3d, 1890. A ddress B. WV. Wass'NN
Passenger Trallec Manager Plant. Syste'm,
12 Want 9.nrl mto, )... Yor