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Au hiteresting Session in
Aaie Gal'ug il the City by the Sea.
A Gencrous Welcome and Bountiful
GratIl'yiig Progrcs init lDeCom1ina
tional Work lhaling hilie Yecans-.
Spe 'al to -lhe .iuntaixincer'
Bound for th " city by thl sliel " a
portion of the mouitain dilegattion
left Greenvilie onl Tuesdiay imiorning.
For theiar a lciki atit an therO had
been prov ided by th So ittern rat I lwvy
it spectial cach which startted it. with
(1tuiteat tt ttnb'er of dilogatets ai v is Hors
to tla mati of the State -ontt
tit'l of likot.ist'.
ith t progress of thII' I t '"
dtint nevassonsto h
vat' e r la t I t I
bhod :y '
ltw kii Iaca c
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etouds, an --
wh i ct h
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ti ' ca t. \ a ..:-' - - . . i
lievt. .I. .\. Iitrow n -- ..try of:c : . t
an g. .\ pti~ a. r v a rt uta c b:: . I- .
" ' 'aerhead ccf (sdc," int wn..-a tao
t'ubjcat walt: aly arat d t:naucr t''
tharee lutac! of thet naat ural.I, b etitc .
acnd thc siraitce. latherbord.ca' cf God.i
l-ollotwinag thla- tact- tan .-:e' cc'ina''y
thaought ft! andac t I. treptar' it 'a a . y'
Rev C. I'. I.::vin, of cH 'o.h r: ~
(quetsticton of the juatti.c. of! tia- iouey a
tite Stat' int ..ri v n;'- fr. c' tatio i n tic t
instatituations tt hi jntera ha ini. Th
negicat c.'of at hei a ut:n wva, !ir:Linl'
ruitained in S'thtca i ttcrttu %'i: c tttt ,'
were h uard ca t-tacin tt t'''' tioG rt c in wbh-L
tfollowed i a wheb n, a t thtttp~ated
in b l v. . tc c .' 1 H ' 'w. i. -;.y 'iia.'
W ingo, c l'rtof.. |-'. \\at. '''it crigt , oflata
Hiehml oal '.a.a lte ccun! Ithr .h
wh Iat' tact a urprit i' r vat tiono t hottsc
wh 'ud t httict m.'i '. l'ey weraie' c t thet
elfet Othat c br ca-fou t haofiheatudenl t
of CltioaenI ('cr w-chrt' uit toccbe
th ica at : -i I c a'' i a' cihtat insi tu tion:
were no'tt gct cI , a nd'i 'tc prt ana'ity. wacic
(i tlle '- 1y aci'c',a te ;tticie ta) c':
poporto af ( a e .cc ch lit.' iTiiIo t in ch
mom-y hi~ "'cc thIwa i u nlm
hcso n n \unrthctt :mb- i of a-itatie,
ttr i at! ci!! I a it a d m or pr V c o-att
Th ' on Ie r ie f neidenctt al - ae ount-r
ad t~ao ua.'d ctia:m wa'.'tncia n e:- ai tao run
e ic : thce ' a::e~tt ~ oe oiat..ion atl .
rtautofs TI e a tantLval'.t o it 'a :-cientl
$1.c00, not' n " higher tadu' cti..n t acnd
yt'iteretareI~V (.- I.t (t'whitaaen htte coul
not rea'd thea" n'ame' on ithirv bLlo.I
Thei ttessiatn of cc' t, the onfrec.'t.ce csed.
on Weitdnesa aternoon -ci cw tlitta It
h~tatve tape. bya I) -va . Idita. ':. alac'
litlz. of iCe Iter,:I" o f t ihe . " a ti:- ofac
(T . .\ 'atTaic.' ST't rl-t., ta iN tc-:N .l taN.
began: Lin Wedne'li'dayt '' aight wit, the
pratlch fig ofeth. inrtrductoryc 11erm on
an-4t.a A' laer te ermont dwetendwere
aenrdolledantd.t eog nz tinc m lt
tedct. by tc the i . letin ofa lin. ,a. of1. 1lcd
iiaIn, oftct tiiiontthvii. 1'. .lle y prsd ut,
re-leti.l iav G. Te (repoam waf rhe
tleacti aclirey vth iev~2.4 h.aI'
1 rvin. Ls aritateya. at ht h
Thrf ayrorin' Vaess~inoonta
pcened wtheire fwecm tof
the bonniye)r M )..\l. Orane o
hnaon therthis fat erety wand
nity .\t theutdt oftrc the rsiet i)r.
drt.it ittion, o thetattt.$O hady toc
Vrteie nchara tn donc--ium, ther
rtle fre toa Npwoland Comitee.ndt
goupn con ectmion withund work habr
of Sturdateerelniong toerecotendd
the hPd rsntw tt~ledeown for bus
DeHi, and heqleading nthaet o thiseatt
denominathen teSonofthesso ulor
prent~aedeo the rp.M.naey tse
annuad teort sp hia roteort oe the
treaure cowtte hat $9,92a47nad.
hd repor receied an animated7 ex
pelnde dutrin tih ter whol thatther
Hdwas srdt burdpedith cdmteb,
comyc(eed of - one mer. -' f .m encl
usociation, l.v. ( . s GAr'ner beivI
cI, os. u by the GreeL nvi. .0 d..(elegation a%
their reproe entative.
A pIeasant tauk foi' ned in the ir
t,reats of the American 3aptist Plul
lication uciety by 1)Dr. It. G. Seyinoui
its rcpreentative, in which ho spok
of the Society's new buildings. th
publibhing, work. done by it, it Go-jp
car work by 1N. v. A. J. Diaiz, and it
ge-wnral iss-ionary wvork in distr bull
ing literatur". A very sggestiv
statement as to the great work to h
(on wasi mad.e to the elfect, that ther
were inl our country 1'3 000,0010 4)f younl
pol ad childreni Who were outibd
of chtu'ch orl religious inll aeneek.c
The report on the telief ''ndoii riU fi
nged iministers slhowd1 that th10. inter
(st in thit Work was growin. :lt
that twe nty-tw h i wr,
now bein '1ae h* I tlat h1e31-4- Th"
report of til he himni Of filo--tWril edu
Cation -Owwed htl I lIca lty vhmr s to
dent 1 1s haisd ren-m ': Itu ;- i o r t hI %I .
this hilard ll a, h1"n h t h
that :. t -, I
te d h r vi s yi -. \\'iil
- , itiN
t .I .ln , I ( ;. T hi
-il .it ai i In for a t~ 1 :. Jorn,~it
t i 1 t I t :' [ .I aL .; '
to n t ie o .h:. 'tsde. T he gatiyim
I' '.t-loe i wrkplof the
wai.'a' Iii i~y It l'u. N.he tt wa: t
noted.1)i (un '' net in'ertut ofd rai.ein
hie * 4jt -**O'!'ill'(I fie tar kth riendi'i.
mentii~lL't of the U niver-,iywsugd
boar d hal d u onatrtdltheith-greg ofen.the
npiiion lav. ('. V' l-in,~ I i ol Itamberi;
1 hav. J.i \\' l'erry. hife bi.-t.onitle,n
Ih'.d tih y, 10.. I i . N t ii 'att los .hde
Li~id o, :iai l'rf. 1t. \\' rihmty.right,
ii..' iut'(ti of liichi d Co-tel l g i..ve
tI'ii'to o the re ot. l resint i'ebatw iht
aid tht. ( if e iiati' ne w:,bh toi knowe
tan the wi),iri at'i'shond Co1tillte
hedi woftediii~h to o e aquited wit ith
thel~ i, u ar of t hei' iia p tii,C orourr
fi-therin. tntic intersts of~ji the1)Univer
ity :u i!'ithe (ilg. \'y H pit
ho d he. educata ."l was e rgred o th
round.1 that theyI i are20( the onI hly poi
I hat do not have bilesi puettion~ them,
andt al i -y u :i' i ta hu , tned l~iose theyI
oht tio arn hfowi tofgoeighctoy iThe
tiet lted powe of the C~f tind mind'o
iti by mfnor he praes, iw heb cuiteho
ofthn iit the ttli persons, whom' the(10
tvoic of ttmothen~ttes reachedip was iv
llm han' be inii i touca eted isily
wti ,-oron. ''yh ur eio t e y
lo . anw ird.\bfihy retre t his
wo'rk Lin IK'nne(tioe4nt wif the buivin
Of n aNovember and theedi itof
Eqiutin Hite Cli uentIs ointhat
wm'k.1 vile' oxf thned thiseem it n- e
didd thor hel 0n1unintential on-IC
r igit inifi SC5iild tiu e i the v'ibo
apputl ('v-lilt of tru-'ioay a pfessors
winch ni i ) a ) after' reference tho aCom-u
bnteerqi assed b th~~e neion, reo
othe oinsitun ad it. alo the gteee.
tiefteo tses whn hgrdpsof tive,
liodhve yeasanohe ioforei four year.t
and bete on.eTe eeton tov ben li bd
l nd two I ~tirs'ofthe ieon i num
bers ha hed spoet of ther Univer
sity.nte il. Tetre )ll
ntOn tveating th: 186 h Ciao
Equarl te Biblpt ilil Churc was orgnrzd
rnnvesaryo fo the churth if had bee
theringthreation of nthe covthtIor
edth his poeerfo'aation, an
that it is the k'i Ile 6' ord for uol.o r t I le
and defence. i ll
D. K..:foot, of tle ThI'lo0 i s -
inary at f/jisville. followed tiii i a- -
Sdr' with a strong plea for eontribu- hun
0ions in uid of the Studentts' Fund of wer
th.ajt institution and obtained as before COL:"
baid oVeI $1,()00. In conneCtion with was
"tth.- eing's service, )r. Kerfoot pro"
preseited to tho coivention ia gavel. tow,
brokight, by (;v. J. .1. Williams from look
-Pi l'hstn. h allet isj mlade (if bac,
( olive Wood from the Mount of Olives. E3aid
Sille 1,114 handlo is of cherry from tne at
hk Ifi .lordan. 1'resident 11lud-on iIn t
appropriatelly received tle gavel on fn
th lort of the convuntiol. the
This report of the board of Miliiste- "" (I
I-lit' l'(1u eation claimloed attention on wit
Satrdaiy morning and over $2-:1) were oIt
ctrl0t ii itrd for tihatt object. A ciom
it11'' aIt'l apmoinited to confer w ithlon
Iho trsiots of the Yorkville II ij"I itou
Scbool a1 to what, is best to hs doe hav
u il reference to tlhat proporty. - Ie for
0omi111tteno Is to report througll LOie
n Ist I '! osritr.ig
. dee1, 00 t torst, ningled With Imutch
uetv~tt had b11k-n felt ats to whallt thek
'li omm . 'iItt on the ('onnie M~ax- I)
I'lhla w uMild rort. Their
was, madet kin Saturday morin-1Ig Mil
- a- .1a 1tu1e.1 v adolp'Ld, and mo
to: 'l'twe G l, f o
a htri . d noi nain. T i
S I - - tI . 1it'l-?-.w a dliljlt-a
Stat .\iR~ b n Jad ji ttdta
II 'ir L t ~ r i: tin stii ii Ille '. whI t' pe 4
p i. of tile 1uth, to who40e inithit nce
th4e negro' 40 wed much i t aled and3 onll 4
ti he-ugge ti of)11 the~ Neow andi~t Cour 4ier (
that the niegrOeIS 4t midae in a body to
.\ frien, l'e womld reply in the language
ofI scriptulre. "I wou1ld1 raither be it d4oor- 10
keepe14r in tihe hou)Ise of the Lord(, than Jecni
tIo dIwell in Lhe it entsi of w ickedness~ii."' able
The neCgr~io, lo' satidl, d id niot want, to presI14
leave and a.s they were here with us, inl e
le h10.oulght for theml our41 continued,1 guli,
finterest and1) help1 to malkn them better cent
lit ted to live atnong us. 1i*coui
A co0letionl, a'noun~i~ting to mlore thatn havy
$loo wats takln to) he1 p ni buildin~g a( as p
chuiirebl at Sumnw iirville ther
The~ 111 pupit of tihe C. itadel SquareI' por't
church was W oS(ccup Iied on Sn d ay mn4- mnos
Ing by Rev. H. J. Wi'linghamu, whlo bei
from the text, "As for 1m4 an~d miy sort
house, we will ser've the Lordl," gave lh
Ia pracltIical, implresiivo aind oloquecnt ing,
talk o(n "R il igion in the family." dtelil
Memo111ri al sIervicees w.er'e hel on Sun1- of I
day afternoon ini connection w''ith the atboi
rpCIort (If Liho com iIttee onI ohui tuaries. inog,
D)ur4ing the conlventionail year Lirteeni hast11
he (rlds of the cross3 pas.sed fronm Lbhis stre
lower' klphero (of work to)their hieav.enly l itti
homoe. Ite'marks beatring on the report meln
were muRdo by Rev. I. WN. Winogo and mor01
Dr4. J1. WN. 'erry. thle
(in Sun day night, theo c(ionvetion 11ow
closedt itts seiC4 on to moiet ne4xt yearl are~
wvithb the Roek liii I church. natl
D. TV. S. tion
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IlLL AltP' SilOWS 1115 AGE.I lii
liIe Is Gro'winlg Old--iIcIe lon't Ad- cIatl
l'mn fondt of childrenItl-good chIildrenCl, Ori~c
andli like sno0w, an.1 occaiionall mild-'tem- it
pieed sno1w, but, Lwhvlen they both cRIIo the
togOther' the raicket is applllin4g. Hero stroC
are' three little granldchli ilde in theO anld
h louse, an~d one( of them w Iit a) brtihdaiy and1(
to colobra~to. Thei r granidmlia wouldn'L to hi
lot themi~ go outdoors and4 so0 wo turned the
theml lo4ose in1 tho batckroom. l"Ior for.
aw.hile they played~t very3 d iscreetly, buit thecr
-i, by and1 by~ hIogan to tiake more I lberties nati
1an11 got, to) jump1inlg Ilf t.he centtor tatble Ing,
I antd theei and01 (11 ) t paing circus andl ri'd- Me(
Ing atround flIon the tr'iIyclo atnd scream41- reg~I
log like wivldctsi, and1( the old dog coII
juinedt in the prlocesilon an.fd barked. beel
I'ver and an4(1l~on the youngest one wou4'd kno1
get atlmiost killed and1( my wife woulid .\l
h'lurry iln to be at the funeral of the boy. deg
-Sometimes they would sendl 1a commtlit- bil
t eo toi be.g 1m1 forl snow and11 1 would ic
- have toi go (out and1( get a pan full. Then~i the
d they played bido anid i-eek aittii toolk Wh I
4n bth r'ooms1 for that 1111ndi. my wii > had to dle
jI 10 hel iem in new( 10. places. Wi: thelly t~ho
L neOver get tire andi( 1 se( lttle down11' . No. j amli
r nov04.. t 1.1
. Yeisterday while it wias rinizing myl pri-,1
-wife foulnd1 a Ll~hree-corneredl holu. in a (10e1
41 winldow panio in the uppI~er NSsh and 11i4 "VrI
s began to shIver so I thought shie was I
-. goIng to have a chi1111 so 1 took1 tile trat
,s stepladdoer an.ld went out side to palte, of I',9
o~ the0 glass. I foun ld a9 tbhree- orn lenl I eoIut
If picco that iovereQd it, licely arlid whuih. I am'
r [ waIs driPvinog the taeks Lt) fasten i :, t ho li k,
s old1 ladder careened to on)0 8ide and1( i~ brot
1 ll a wholn quadrant of a hrcle no .. t..,y
of flower pots. 1u'. liko a cat, I
n m1y et and tried .t z ain. Noxt,
-nt out to feed tho old cow, for my
said she was lowing liko she v'as
I ry. I 'ad to cross some planks that
3 covered with ice and before I was
citus of either age tr intirmity I
down 11 it on my back with nervous
tration. l3oforo I got up I looked
ird the house to see if anybody was
ing, but there wits no ove. The
of my co it told oi me and they
they wished they had seen me. I
0o vcieerable to be '0umped about
iesc urngraceful attitudes, but my
ice fo kz. make sport of ie just like
I'hilistines did of Satimson. I walk.
own town yesteriday to the post
e atnd the rude boys snowhalled tme
i al ice aforethought. "Lookout.
man.'" was al the warnIint;: [ ;;ot. I
, believe old a:: is respected like
4ed1 to be. I don't believ. ti'' boys
Its miuch manners. Ttie legisla
is trying to lix upl) it le2frm'attot'y
young er Imlinals, anild that is i'
t, hut the parents of the isi ng
-rationm shiould startt a little one in
I fami ily ill then tho big one
Ident be uoedod. The main thiing
in raising a boy is to have imt
luttte as a good footlball kicker. So
it importaeo is attacled to the
clopment of arms and legs that I
k atleties shoild have pl)ice in
urricu lu' of the colleges and
ti the ie)(tt of the boy's standing
:I to his parents it ihOulld cotin
uping and irunning and pitching
t 'King record. and this record
u i haive' weiglht in fixitig the hon
\h\ o they ate 1evloping tmus
a g. ed iden to have a
:,," : . 'tie ls' 5 '4
a Woo'.l pi 1inga .
h~ae~graU~ inn eandy fow
3.4:">.--. 6 w .r. t p:tt ats
tri rr.. h t t e-r: w s .ii .j on
A i'sho l y is s i h
t t brVudsne to o a
ton lid e l t , W:e it .
n r, iam t ht i h v r n hIs
n i" th - , T I y '' . -\uta.
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I.'x-~resdental rnditae and
mePa iri the Isalytid Knob.
fins ryan had ? a,~' seris oflii en
ornp',an witha nume r,. aof ditin
ly. T'any cont AE~sLAYtheol
'y'i th Stlat julhat th~ie loads
ieva wases''i.at i''o peopl idwell4
ance,~ii I noiduties The( soil is
ig brynand aeky. No ejoy-ca
e'paisenecep t in thekitehen gaden
ify. it isointy tbo her onlyh
i no r'i~egio. ItSa bosts oldp
'greenly wstedVo hiln dholr
anet, noiuragtis. The ra koi, bal
'owth, rXCio In aendten srenl
owy.I.it. in the hein a ite
1rea', rein rItup bAtn thir
amtnt a.ni couny kboth bald
e,' atrica in erystal. Thresyl
it totouI n the-1'irg lurning ithavn
rat tees aling thei Anks,
n graowas tow ikade,h sut. T1le
iaht ll wi'thi3 O li , gosln big and
ves. A number of St. Louis gen
ten owni abut, 9,(I00L acres of land ini
southern partit of 'iTaney cOtunty.
Slandl Is fenced in and l iterally
is wvith game. T1hiere tre the in
ffous l'ed dleer1, cikI, antelope, wild
, boat', sq tirel, cooni, '~ossumlt,
mount, turkey' and quaili in greater
idance than in any placee in Ami
a. It is r'eally aL huter~'s parai'so5.
ight th rough th'. contro of it runt s
beauitifutl Whito river'. T1his
tm is about theo sizel of the Meramnec
is full of spiottod troult, jack salnon
bass, so thbat lie who doeis tnot caire
unt, but loves to sit and angle on
river's banik 1s eqjually well cared
Wvhien the park was lhirst inlosod0
'e were perhapls twventy of the
vo (doer w ith in it, and in the feno
unider' the sutperintendence of Mr.
~ann, "'Old Coon,"' they cali him, a
ilar job was wor~tked on the poor1,
idinug (loot' who happened to have
ileft on the outside. Tihe bald
b~s in the park ario very steep).
ty of thomn rise upl at atngles oIf -15
'tea anid tho 241- foot Iroi fence wasL
t, so as to loan shaarly towatrd the
ino. 'lThis mtale it, mnuch hi ghler' oni
onel side than on thie other. Th'ie
ito River' Is the rutnway for' the
coming north fromn.Arkansas. As
dIoor comoi oIver thie knobs thev Canl
p the fence, but oo inlsidl they
lot jumpi I bacek. They tihus become
oilers, and in thtis way tulo herd of
'lhas been materially lincreasod'
and above the addititons bi, bir'th.
to whole park is thus a bIg deer
,a good deal oni the or'dor' of some
lie patent mrousetr'aps andi similar
"lvances. imut not only has the
o been incureatsod in these two ways.
antelope and wild goat have been
ighit fr'om othier pats of the coon
mad lnnaed within the paar. To
herde of elk were captured-one in the b
north and the other from the north- it
west and turned loose in the big in- V
closure. This wat dont in order to b
pr(vent Inbrteding. About a year t!
ago one of the big buck olks got, so ugly c
that they were obiligod to kill him. He o
was like a rogue elephant, the bane of a
circuses. No soorer had he been shut sa
up a month than he showed such a
nean disposition that the rest of the fi
herd drove him away, refusing to as- r
sociate with him. He then borded i
with the domestic cattle, of which a
there are quite a number on the pro- f
Wenever the park keepers showed ti
up the buck would charge them in the
wildest anger. iHe became as sharp d
as a fox and laid for the keepers. They d
dii no: d are kill hlim for fear of in- ti
Curriig t::e displeasure of the proprie- 11
to-s. s t. ,v had to run for it every e
time the were attacked. fi
More t ani onh1ce 10om11e of them were it
forced lo elimb trees and stay abovo b
-round u-i il the furious beast below t(
them grew tired and went away. Hie p)
linially got so bad thlat he would creep
up around the men's quarters and lie tV
in wait for them, and theL the order it
was given that he be shot. The n
keepors ate him with great relish. i1
This buck was the lirst of the big it
game in the park to h, killed. One or t
two others have been shot for sport, e
but the recent outing is really the s1
formal opening of the park. The pro- g
prietors have been biding their time e
until the p:eserve should be thorough- e
ly well stocked. Smiall game like ii
turkey and squirrel and quail is so a
thi -k that one can almost kill them r
w I' h % club. As ifar coons and 'possums, a
they can be picked olf the fences-at 'I
lea , that is what those who have been ii
t it he park insist, and this is their ex- v
planation: While the fence is built v
twcity fe-et high to keep in the deer, v
it is also built with the barbed wires a
very close together at the bott ii. Mr. a
Coon and Mr.' 'Possum and other such s
" varmits," coaing along in the hey- (
day of their libertmy, try to get in or t
outit of the preserve as the case may be. e
They stir k their pointed noses in be- t
veen the wires and push. Then a t
b catches thein. They wriggle a (
b and another barb catches tLhcm.
' . first thing they know they are s
I k.!K and all a fellow ias to do for a j
sum supper or a coon skin cap is y
.ve to *he fencev anld pick one t
t was there th-t \Ir. 13 an killed
de-t 'r. a mflaeui!i1cnt live-prorg
wik ich weighed 150 t
* jie showed io exeitement
0 ene whatever of suf
the ear.y party, t
e r.:s favorite setter
)eottoms in search I
C -Of th~e leaves; aud
1d .0 t 1 scent Z5o
wts nar.v 1UC
c-da few quail
Co.onel Wetmotr 1:
re. of squirrei. but his
e. end re Ilmountair. elim- ii
. uo 11)'c i .KC Work, tLerefore lie i
:a:- e: --t man to seek the cool seats v
thf Vrana. V l Gavernor Stone, li
*.'-a ,r Taxies and the Hon. Harvey o
'anm, u i n er the guidance of Mr. c
Craddut;ck. an expert lishlerman, sought i
!iu cool -arldows of the river, where,
with rod and line, they beguiled the s
a ftnrnoon. The iver- was mn uch too n
clear for anliig, Governor Stone being h
t h only one to catchI a bass. Th'ley h
ionhl see Ltm tantal izxing bass dIarting p
autonimg the 1bou hders at the rivetr bed. ti
PTought she water- was very deep,, yet p
thet river bottom was ias distinctt a-s
though the boat Il'iated in air insteadl ft
(if water. Vi
A\ fter* the party had gathe red in C
froml their afternoonit's sp)or t anti hadl ti
excinanlged! rem iniset nees of th~e thoy, hi
( olonel -'!IeCann~t, mrate r of ceremnon ic s. r
n-htered ~ ildiintguishe..d gentlemen in t
t , a royal dtiner oif reltion, wVildl
tut ihey. ga m~e and lis h, Loge the r ith L
adl tue emiibe!ljihmett that go to make
a royal 1- ast. Ou)ats ide LIhe park gate Ih
there wI;re caminped hun d reds of people,
whIo, havintg hear-d Will iam .J. Bryan I
was to be a guet of Coloniel Wetmor-e,
had comou for- miles to do nim homage.
There in the woods were scores upon
scores of coveredl wagons, while canmpl
tires burned on every side. Men hatd
come frotm the mountains of At-kansas
for fifty miles, bringing their families C
to see Atr. Ilryan. Trho crying of chil- ~
dIren, yelping of dogs and shoutIng and ~
yelling could be heard at night even to '
the club house, nearly a mile away.
Mr. lirtyan was sociable and friendly
with ali that camne. He shook the
hands of the rough woodsmen cordi
ally. It goes without sayirig that
iter are many men in Taney county
andl Northern Arkansas that wvill from
his time for-th date all events from
the day Bry-3an visited Tranoy county.
Aniong the honoraolo gentlemen that
composed this hunting par-ty, Colonel
Wetmore was known as " Mark HIan
ua." I t camne abaut, this way. Gover-.
notr Stone atnd Colonel Wctmoie wet-c
in the dressing room of their pirivate It
(art at Sprting held. TIhe car was sur- a
rou nded by crowvds of peop~ l camor-!itg A
for at speech frotm Ar. IBryan. An e
nt-chin climbed up to the window of
thte dIressiniig roomit and spying Colonel
WVetmom o bathtinog yelled to his cSoron ies
below : " Hoys, hero's 01(1 ilantna a
washItin' ihissel f !"
IlLL1MAN IIIECOM ES CONSEltVA..
Thelm Sign IIleance ol' His Speech at
Gafi1'ney-Tl'lIevolutioni llb Ct-eat
c:I In Go~ing linck ward1.
Speccial to the News antd Cout-ier.
Thetre is a gr-eat deal moe impo
tanco to be attached to Senatotr Till
tman's Galttney speech than its bearing
on the county proposition. ils posi
LIon is (If dectidetd Importane for a
vat-iety of reasons, especcially as there
aro so many new counity propelositions,
and in all of them there atre many whlo
have inex plIcable faith In TIll man.
Not only did Tillman discuss the prtos
and cons of the new county matter,
but he could not help biranchitng out
andl talking about, State pol1ities, the
dispensary, and hi imself
it was soitew hat, sigin illeant to hetar
Till man artguno somtethi ng like thtis:
"The Iteform paty has kept things
at a fever hteat in South Catrolinat for
six years; it, has kept the pot bolllnr
and stitrred It, with a long spoon. TheI
revolutiona-y reform may have be-en
m~oro radicalt than was real ly nleces
satry, but opit ion led to, perhaps,
radtiical r-eformt. Theto is at reacltion
iminmont. It, may-change existinrg re- -
formtis.- ' ThIs wvill In volvedct ettt hit, a 1 I.
agitation. L'ts stop agi tilng and
settle down to soniethintg o:ihor than
>)Oltlcs. It Is timti to call a truce."
N ow it is somewhat out of the usual to -
hoar Sonator Tillman talk about hav- Ai
ing enough of political m'gitation or l
ever recognizing I-lie possibility of a
This reaction seems to hci moe in
vol ved In the dispensar-y niatter- than
anything elso, and Sonator- T. lman
takes the posItion that tao dhispiena
had better be left alne and tma t, i~A
etter than tny licenso system. Bu
i his public speech he charged tha
le trouble was that the law was no
eing properly administered and tha
lero seemed to be something in th4
barge of " incipient rottenness," no
nly in the disponsary, bat in count
ffairs and for such conditions ho coS
ired the grand juries.
This Is the first speech, other thai
co silver, that Senator Tillinan ha
lade in sone time and Is all the imor
nportant. Strange to say in hi
peech yesterday ho did not inetio
ee i iver or anything about it in an,
iapo, form or fashion. So much fo
There has recently been considerabl
Iscussion about the possibility of rc
acinug the Congressional ropresent.i
on from th is State on account of ti
ght vote cast in the last Presidentia.
lection, atnd t.ie restriet.!ons to tbi
anclilso that Oxist and 1rC oporativ,
I this State. Sone outside paper
Lav3 started the discussion, and seen
> think that there is something in th
Senator Tillman was talking abou
to matter while on his way to Wash
igton, and one thing is certain he i
ut giving himself much concern abou
, and is of the impression that noth
1g will come out of the agitation an
ilk. lie thinks that some Ropubll
ins may want to make capital out (
ich a proposition and would like t
o for the South in a speech on such
abject, but ho has little idea tha
uch a plan would or could be carriel
1to operation. It would, helsaid, tak
regulariy passed act of Congress t
eLduce the representation from this o
ny other State as is contemplated
'he House of Re presentatives, he said
light pLs all th1e resolutions and d,
rhat it pleased about the matter, bu
.itlout the consent of tile Senate i
ould be without effoct. It will tak,
u act regularly passed by the Hous
lid Senate and approved by the Prt
ident to reduce the representation i
ongress from any of the States. Senti
ar Tillman thinks that it would in) an
vent be impossible for such ia proposi
ion, and lie thinks that when it come
i) such a question that Senators lik
lannon, Duboso and Teller and tha
lass wou!d stand by the South in an
ueh light. In the opinion of Senato
'illman it is a free silver alliance tha
ill act on the defensive on all proposi
ions that inight hu rt the pr)spects C
Senator Tillman also talked abou
he interview of Senator Chandler, i
Iieh he favored a comi ion to loo
nto the possibilities of biimetalliza
nl the like. Senator Tillmuan sai
hat le hatl no objection to such a plar
the sooner it was shown that thi
ind of piyie w->uld do no giod th
etter it would be. Ile has but littl
dlea that any thiting will come out of th
'roposed comn mission, ut. wants it al
ointed. 6o it can be slown as quickl
s possible that there is nothing to b
oped for inl this direction.
Senator Tillman says that he woul
ot be in the least surprised if the Rk
ublican party did not provoke a figh
'ith Spain just for anl exciuse to get
irge standing army. [it is of th
pinion that when the army is once in
reased there is but small prospect c
s being reduced, as the Republica
n.rty wants to ilcreaso tile arml1y, L
Lmuch becausc of tho fear of foreig
at, but because of tile possioility o
eal con-l icts between capi-tal an
ihor, aml1( it, will he, he thlinksu, th~
It 'pose oif thie lpuli caIns to ine 'as
1o army anld keep it, inicreas~ed so to
ut dlown riots that are antieilp)cai.
Tile addlitional troops) thlat lie loo0k
>r' have to be kept somewher- an<
ley might as well bo0 stationied a
hlarleston as anywhere in tihe ciount
.y, and as there are no troops neare
ere tilan Atlanltai t~here is all the mor01
naemt for such a disposition Of Lh
-A Nlai ne pastor offer, his pA1risi
1-0e alteturaatives: Hie wvill Lake what
" can get ini the contribution lIox an,
in '%,ings as ho pleases ; or they ma;:'
ay hIiml a Ii xed salary and run tilng
s they 1)l mse ;or, thirdly, lie will re
gn. What could be fairer than thi
oud brother's oler.
-A womaitn in Milpitas, Cal., is sali
> halvo invc. nted a novel and etfectiv
ura for despondency and kindrye
vils. She made it~ a rule to laugl
bre3 times a (lay, with occasion o
'ithbout, and is now enjoying excellen
ealth and spirits.
DO UBL E DAILY
111)u1e of the fanmous "Atl Iati Ia SpCial
etweenm New York, W~ashtinIgtont, Norfolk~
ntd A Illantta, New ()rlensl, Soulth~wesi
Iso thic "S. A. l.. IExpress," Sceeule ii
fI'eet A pril 5ill. 1ud90.
No. 1013. No. I i
v11 Newlork.............. I'unm 20a
Phualttti............. 151pm I13tan
liichmoem...............12 3E;am ! L05an
Nor'lk 'dia S. A. L,..ii 30pm 1? 0tan
P'ortsmoith . . ..12OlamI 9 liant
We < on ................ (5ant 1I 55an
llmic-son..............* Iea *2in 30pn
r l)tlr'lm via s A1..1 32a tI Ipn
y lurhamtl ..... f20pmfI (I00n
italeigh vinS A L3...*5 a(am *A di j~
Sanforutl .................7 Inam .1 5Mpn
5', l'ins................8 tltam 5 .11)pn
11111 alet. ................8 50amj 1 55p'n
....r..................1 40am 8I Sitn
('harittie vin S.~E. , .Il 3iian 10 pn
Chenster via S A I.1iz Osam~ 10 32pn1
Clin (1n1................... 200mn I I 58xp
Greenwootd..............2 33hm1,,I 00arn
A bhIevi lie...............11011m 1 3X2arr
l'.lberton .-----------...... 400pmt 23d5an
r A thens1 ................5 lpm 3s 38sam
v WVihiler................. 553m 4 2lan
r Atlanta S A I,.........6 -15pm11 5 20tar
Kolit~I IHoUN D.
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v tenis...............l 40pm 255ptr
l'i beCrton.. .......2 45am 41 00pm'n
Abbev'ilile.---........... 147am 500pm
Greenwtil............. 215am 5 30pmr
('liton ..... ........... i 3amt Ii 25pmn
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'Ilt['te ela 8 A L. 25am11 8 20pmilt
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lnlamlet................ 8 15am 1(1 3pm~t
So I'ites...............9 15ami11l nI
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Inuists vi ii~~~ iii(spmnt .1 2'111
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l'intmore..............12 butt 1200~
New. Y ork ............. sn:amI' i53pm
-lPortsmouthl...... 5 50mi ~f 511a
Norfolk...............6 05pm11 7 50am
L No8- 403 and 4(2 "The Atlanta Spectil,"
S olid Vestibulo Trin.a with Hlitott dleopose
a Day Coaches boween Washin ton and
StoWashni parlor aidDinig Cors, New Y-rkA
Portsmntiton. Pullmnan 6leeupers betwtNVU
I and Cliarlotto, (opon at Ports
t I p. m. Connectini. at Atlanta bor a
I M 1m 011, Florld to Ca noogn, Nil -
SNosiPi. amtO Cialiforilia and tho West.
Nos. 41 an1(1 -38, 1 rito 6 %. I, .". itx CL 8.1 ollt
*Train of Pullm'any ,,. A. L.E' es"S'
bot woeil-fktmourIs aid 1 l' Conaches.
st Now York to Woldo ",Io (iuno CIaria.
Curtniectinlg lt. AtIaItItn io 111(C Iront Ch (it -
9omeury, Now Or.-n, i1. %rxfend ( ilnr
) nha, Maon. Flori ht; at ix.uI M xoi it uti '
ht;ie en cost i steJI 1hmouinl witil inty
LIaand coajtt%%sc ~
to t1ho North an l st. i aa rail routed
No xtrafaItr on 1 any train.
r .lmr Tickets, SIcoper8 and infopma.
tkin ap1ply to ticket agents, 1 to
1 B1. A. N)!.W LA N 1), GenoA-t it,
- J 'tf, - I ot., 6 Kimball Hlouse, Atlanta,
WAl. B. CLM1 ENTS, Trav Puss. A ;L.,
(3 Ki mball H OUse, A ti an ita, Gat.
E. ST. JOlIN, Vice-.resident auld
V. E. Mcl31:' Gener'al S3uperinten.
. I - W. 1. G Lo vE Tanic Mlmug-.
T l. J. ANDI---3SON, G;(,n'1 jPassEnger
i Genera10 0111-ce: Portsrnouth, Va.
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