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V~)L ~ 2~. K K>!)AY JLLY ' 1899. ON1~ flChIIAP A V1~'AL)
ON TH)Q GJORIOUS FOURT1l
A GR1UiT DAV FOlR ItlY.\.
Tio Aecl4ratiou oI IsIl'pen1w.
and fit Prinpi Ls-Tho lentier it
tim National I)emocracy on Tru1
and impeilalim s.
The Fourth of J aly was essentsiais I
Bryan Day, North and South. Ti.,
Drbcratic l'ader wis himseif i :uno
the' 'Georgiand 'uring the h-y, .
Barnesville and Atlanta, aud b
Speeches were corlifly a-J1 inths
tically received. Mr, N. 3. 1l-"1
- editor of the Augusta (hronie ina
the followlng ruiport of liry' sp't; :
at the BarnesVill' au :
It was ii o'clock in the :pist :m
ditoriuu, se'ating :3,001), wit. Me. ie y
an' arose, aftgr-a e4'tmpI uenay intro
duction by [ion -Ulirk llowell, (j-:r
gia's member of t.he National 1) -m
cratic commuetc'. Ar. flowniil -aid
-eloquont G3.os r ~isal had pir.ml r-;:n
in nomination for the in-endne
he needed i :1. rod uctlonl to a r
- audience. lie uaid rlyan wats oi
j~latfrm ori -t and 2 rt io
sure of renoni nn and the Can
pilatform of re n.oen.l!o
lined, brielly, the. j sition (of ti f)
-mocratic parti on truits, whi -
now beeoiat .iIc" and tnlt
Sion or- nd Il
duced Mr. Bryan as the chirals
the rights of the i.smasse s and I
*btne of the pt.opio.
* . Mr Bsyati was . at hiw h .
-t 'h * eailt t . 'i1.nil voice, anld
lotfrs held a n1x:1l. acdi. ;A
and' women, yeuLg 4Ad 1 .
apparepft elort' to himelf or
r nent's lag of interest O il . 5
ila uiidience in his
Z s'sion'of the politie t i que i I
d-. - 110 said-.1h never. ried i)
pflli~ic (fjueptlins LI).a'non-p~. '-"
- - e holds. Views that art we
and' it would not h fransk IsL
cqnceal then. Hi el,;ied Lai
virtue, a desire okniw (what b. x
the country, and a determinata
what he could to 1) ing it auit.
Lincoln spoke a:. (; Ay5:suu s
spend time omtou-..ing thw s4ead
urged the living to conj.ecr t
selves to the inaintaWtmee of ;,
ciples for w lic l.e dead hi i
so that govermill~t- o) tei p.:
the people and. for the paso it
tiot *pass from , 1' the ear h
seems to il'. we en~ do1 nothsins
on th~is -day than eonsecrate' oil
to the preservationit ofi the r
tipon whioir o.- govern51
lie analz.i. Deiaratif
pendonce' and' tne .our g'rat p
pies :Irst, all men are creL6ted I)
second they ar etdiwed wit .
able .rlghts- .uied oveonent
instituted among 1m1011 to sur l
inalienable ri.dt : fourth1, i:(oVn'
..mnits. derive theu power f n50
-'onsent of the governed.
He t'ook up the quesof'w if i,
declaring inst:0 muai it
that takes $) i M: l M;-, 1,1:
. e h'e ought to 1)ay . %. it
other than hie oughllt to 'te
the 'support of h ye
cquivalent to enric' s ing ouu o
the oAtrnings of 'W5 ith ss I'
'b Iw. Uc0 urged Lhe inls.
correct this 0.yl.. Otu1 vo
placielg Wil dollitr above thtej 'In.
while unlimit2d in ItLs powv .
Ing with men, n limited in
to. deal with pro)lprty. -
He next took -op the sly-,
and maILde-, ith0 tlin fu
mecnts with which rar
secches are alley 1a 1 !
said no quc~l'sin -is ds.el it
people aro intreslted, an.,
are always inters'&'tso in w
concerns them. Ti) thos-s -t
duauwe have'l neLver Vmu i
standard he replied on " i
what we had and) ea! K ts
plealse. (On thle que1ion [o.' 0
163 to 1, he said it wou.dl he
argue ths whsvlen any pairy dee
a dilferent ratio.
Hie next tuoK Oip truo:,tE
demned strodglJ 'this owne,
dustial - i.ndiependence,-~e inf
piInts by tel~l,sj agyt nIn ah
irnperi~allanm. iva Lshe m-t
discussed. LiHe *aid' "it wasi- II
pl)Oicy that. was de. miand hI. a I - 1 s
army of 100QO00 Inln, andiis~ Ltiat ap
sion does not de.setb uIt. - "s*
takeu i-n nowt htine of Pomo:. .
population, buit lpe:1ilsm lu
a heterdgedeouIs ,govermuis.'ia 51.
heterudgencasus polles: 'I don'' A
us to .bring under tis I'overnms at1
single coun try w hero .s 1v esu. t -r .
the Dec3lration.of InsdseshodIw'.
qjuoted with ...finie eTsc fro *.
Howard T1aylor's poem :i
D)'d our libesrty-1el rin"-i 15v:sin
WAsas our declaration a Ie'.
Must we turn to the oh-d.wosrl 5ihg
With the penlitetnt p)ionliuI ery
said : llave we be.en fihi: fosr 10"
In saying itfe pIeopic conltro 1nd
crum -nts derive their' si t.
fromn thpconsI5enl (If the I v I
This nafloui t& not Ia wo' I)
guking lot' a lahfso ain5n1 ine
ser3lvanlts'of royalty, and.sl (irii r
the crownesd -lishds of in5.s
- nevdr kIll Lha'fsattedl 'e. to I .s s
this pr1odI gal repue bac!s.
* ~ ranis of (empire.. -
* tt~e urged against msS egus~ ar
with cannonl, andit diilt bkcii'\'
shooting ro~iglou .16't(0 ary hadey.
rldiculed he'. themiy of-muanfst a
* tiny, andl .aN -he dli'n' t h)elj'' Iv
* ~~policy that~yk' aims a-b.iaelks t~ isje
* ~ man becausgkhp wakes nlp in re uw
chicken ro'ost, ."he tiagQ..hut w.
In Manila andicau tako tht l'i li
by foroe, against tho .wi -f t.I
pie, dloe nnt jus(fy u3' '( do)h
- * How much aL man& stealis mayt hbau
ter of opportenity. .W''ethsir hlse I.
at all is a ikxdttoer .Ofi .prIlerile.h
mnaintatined tiliat the a1dtI Opion..sf'
Bacon resoluggirh givi-ng ito sme at
surainco to Ite .,nLilipp5in~es t wa
given to the 'Quaas, wouk~li his ,
vented all ,1hodd i'ng of bho s : Ie
nila, It, is never too late 10 ,o r5 E
and 'he has no lathinc w Lc tibe tim
th at w e must, lh si. s u bdo LI .h I-': p
and then tell them inafterwara.-, w1'
our nattionatl Pilcsy, wil bh- II
gover'nmnt stindis for Ilbat i y. m
dependence, artd iVotr fQor the *u.
tion of torritoif I -e'sid 'tlUe'n
to b)0 freo wias Inherente in the I
of the Elliuinos, andi was iiot..the
of the uttorances of anfti-ins1l)erialeis
this ountry. tIe quoted the lsa5Iu1
* I I'
h U t 1 11I(1, ARP AND THU BOOK .
(;i<()J lit) .KS ARtli A IIMSSING.
* huir iN o) Eittortalrienit So (beap
n'- iteaiitig--The laniders Uloin
* . ,. . . . .- ii'' 'Noth,
i'ntitable person-I beliove it
:y M ontague-said " There Is
.inment so cheap as reading
nlit 1as!lrl as lasting." Espo
: it is t'tie nowadays when thero
o-hto read that is cheapol, In
adI interesting. In fact,
now the best part of a liberal
*nt. A well read portion is wiser,
. 111d etiter titted for the duties
Iof life than the scholar who
uitLe.'d at the to,) in tile arts
. f cours'', I mean good
5uItt'h its hiittoy, ancient and
a ographty, where we got both
;id precept ; good story books
il novels that teach good
* d imagain literature and
3prwhose editor8 are
nu: s ind feel thehIi respons i
.. A- i itani tOws, so shall Ie
, '' we inlii:hn. ts titily Siy what
* r b-, o-n Iwill ii is or her moral
itiOnatl ch 'aracter be. The
uim tate the intellect only, lint
ni 'els the hert, the emotions
-: , and establishes the char
nce yntiig flt good or for evil.
11 Wfiifned tO be a% bundmitile
a rid theS o21 p'judics
ay come from the books,
r4 in'w pers that we
iw like " Androcles and
"w I)amnon and 'ythilas"
A , .ie haracter of thousands
- . d ji -t. so have' " tobin
t be " Y tiung M arooners "
- si, b'attliily Ltohilns8tn "'
;. eLit characters of children
r:%! row th. W hether a itan
(W atilii's Napoleon depends
c e has read Scott or Ah
-\ l itr'a 111a was a Whiig oi
n in tie old times depended
sv-,,o,,twr lie took. As great a
:" -I .f cr wi no % uILI anOld In11(
ia . coItilipt for TiomIS
4 4. 4. . 'ii'lau'3e he wias per-sc the
4 - I )elliocratic party.
htve hee a ivery great
- . w ir ie V rote the deelara
; A ' h-nttI."'" And what is
- i 8 di .t:il , "'but a series of
- nuli ai- iititltUdes that aly
ntv sieht hve written. Thle
1 - idicllout, for it says
a ent .'fpt~i for the opIliilons of
. et. reseiet, Who
V''r I .'hi' .' anf itl i dt ec.'rit r'esliet?
V iiA L. 3- tay ' respect for ' and
4343 cent,"' amid lie sacriticed
i i et-lillt front a Whig
I was r'illinatirig about this
r1.1, lt itg I 'e rey G rg '8i high
ut ereles crticsmOf 111arrici1
rt t's. 'oUnce 'Tot's Gabin.
dat ijutti in 00 Soth dil'
'' ttes anid know the book
4o whilen it was "irltten, and
it 'l was written to inrlamoi the
iti irl: mind and precipitato a col
I 'latt I3Acellet' family was smart,
at prinipled and mialignatit. It was
Inr Ward Hel c whIto Incited old
'In llro!w to hiis reckless deeds and
Ja 3n33'' aini who declared Iroua his
p ta. Slharp's ritieSbs were better
.;-;,.nU.'cs thain Bibles, and that to
mo . ,;vulve holder and miss 1hi1m
la i iaint heavetn. It was that
-.m Iic< ler who, while a preach r,
1.1t3 wife of one Of his num
Id brOice op the family, and
t Ks (If a mock trial gotit a Ih ite
verA'dit from a packed com
w a. r'u m inatig about tho far
.t.gr ilienue and e-feet of that
ud hf Sow It Iired the Nor'thiern
L amad the Enrg lish heart agltinst.
how it was a lie and wvholly
I ~ ented Iour i peIOple, and how
4 . ur'(IiiSed3 Shlemnaiah, onie of thle
. ''i heitiuse he made the 1)eopleh
t a li22, an how St. whoh saId
no buldentr hevenwholove th
iak': a lIe, andu so I was wontder,
- :i r the I leecho':s arc now.
ut 44 ' t trouble is they won't stoe.
t 3t tevcry mtail h-rings me tiOwsja
4 .with marked artaIues tdenouitn
en1 ir"atteting us fot' this lynch'
n i' nicl';, arid they all pity the fate
Samx~i i losi and WOOl) tiver thiat, in
-:ndor 3 uy ietouindrel whom they cal)
- - nat pu d'3,l inoltfnilvO old preacher
cii f ie tl.r..klandit. May the Lord have
.4 n . 3i upn its i 1 anid ke u~is calmI and
rena m pr'ayer'. My la~t ctomes
m31 ' niiiutnae Alliance, of Now
Y u.'6:, aid says : "' Three thouisanid
man- '.turn;ed loiose upoin a helpless
- . They ttit tll his cars and
a1ndlh pioked tut his eye ballIs
mtgted k< niVes in to his bodty. Ii Is
'unti hlairt we're etut Into small
atn I Hbi ti the highest bitdder,.
ii ofore' thi Imoblil took niwi ner
- from3 th LI guard ft'I and shit
alI 313 1t3 dea2tA ave tee. '1hiat onC
m in I' e, wvhe'' caped. Giran ford
m-of thas't mnoh, anti Sam 'iose
4 ' 4 . . ix.y aveniging the death of hht
n v wlben hit kliedi Grantiford'. Aftei
u' samt llmo 1,bo milh fournd an
tionoredt ne'gro) preacher namtet
4 , .10Ii: ;usuIal anathiemiia, arid thi
333Ci,!) up wIth the assertion
- rae cenlietis inevltah'.o.
A .33ow comesli TJhe Atianta Age
i v\ i-ey) IPo(3gor, the irulatto edi
4 h4,4- yn-, int gr. wet' to J. 1 '0)11 1 rowni
>3.. tt ~ -t f't:;.:i'1 is rradly LI) go. T1here ii
I , 4 i(34i'I Iro i tn that, ill not glad l
30 ti oipitortitunlty to go. Th'1
Ini5s to get away fromi l'op:
n un3 bhs lk. lie wan~ts tile an
431 m 3313 LI) buy i' ploco (if gronihnt
I 3na1 or' aiiy'ineire thtat wili en
4 4 lnn te' '&avn l 'napo lroiwn ant
- 44 f' h'r iva navei ro 4)bbed him i for yearii'
th:m x ions tos go- we are ready
o'A d1 tn'oughlt our m' totlibems her.
b3 wIxxe ind (:,II0J0000t oif inullaties
3 4a 44 '3 3 thbis man lirown and hit
b on. i, t us go as went the chil
r34 ioif I'liriel friom L'yypt, and hai'de:
no your! boear'n wvh'n we got, ready Li
Tih13 n 1ho I.oies domptlh fIend'ersioni
aply to (Gov\ernor33 NortLh-m, wvhicb (3on
itie iimo'ro ..- Liit thin qutare iith thai
an thiniig I have yi0t seen,. H1 ndeirsolI
Webst' gatnil, whoarm mnakinig hig mon(fl(
. 333t (if V':iukleo hat' amid euilI ty
I~ lie ima~de hiis --ileech in Ibistoni atndl at
mal. Ia was a (Georgian an'nits miothe
obeyed thbe slave, master's w hIp an
felt the bloodhound's bite. What a
liar, but he has made thoso Yankees
bollovo It. In all my experileuce I
never know a negro womn to run
away. nor did I ever hear of a blood
hound biting man or woman, Some
times bad negro men ran away and
wore properly punislied wle. t hey
camo back, or woce taken up and
brought back. I never heard of half a
dozen runaways in our county. As a
rule all negroes were humanely treated.
Evory mastor know that it impaired
their value to treat them otherwise.
Percy Gregg declares, in his history,
that tho Southern slaves woro the best
treated servants the world ovor saw.
Tho young, and the old were cared for
kindly and affecsionately by master
and mistress, and their condition was
iolinitoly better than the poor of Eng
land or Gormany or of the Northern
P'ledger gives tlenderson'e speech in
large headlInes and calls it " 'lain
Words." The articlo is malignant,
mendcious and incendiary, and thIs'
man I'ledger could not run his paper
In Wilmington not- in any other coun
try town in Georgia. It is a weekly
mennace to the peace between the races. I
110 advIses the negroes to patronIzO
negroes in all avocations. What a
fool. Suppose the merchants In Car
torsvillo 1 h1oId conclude to patronItzi t
whito dray men and whito carpenters I
and blacksmiths only, what would ho
como of the negroes who now so faith
fully serve us ? What wouild become I
of Joe Ilrown and Tribble, oir expert,
carriage makors, whose deportnmient as I
iLi 'tzens comimandlsu11r resIect and con- 1
tidenec ? I tell you, iny brethren,
there are many good industrious no
groes in the land, and we would have no
trouble if It were not fomented by such
politicians as l'ledlger. I know lote o!
negroes that I can get along with, aind
so does every white man. Ilut such as
l'ledger are not going away unless they
see hIg money in ia contract. lie
wants to be hired to drum recrtOs.
Six million of mul1 Iattoos ! Good gra
cious ' And he is ono of them, and no
doubt is proud of it. I never saw a
mulatto who w1asent. They wouldent
have been black negroes if they could,
ard they woildent swap colors now.
They are the -100-the elite, the uiper
Iut enough of this. TIp has been to
sue us---the faith ful Tip-and he was
happy. Ti bou ight soic land near
R0111m3 from a M ichlinigander. The Irice
was $1,000, which Tip paid, and after
the Mich igander had left for parts Liun
known Tip found a mortgage on it for
$500 more, and he Will have it to pay.
Nobody hut a dirty Yankee dog would
have swindled Tip that, way. Ti
brought, iiIs " Imistis," as he stillI calls
my wife, a bottle of wine made from
his own grapes, hut, I reckon you hi ad
hotter iot, Ilention this, ror it m1i6 Y e
o istrued as against the new town
I quor law, nid Silbject my wife to a
ine of $50, and m to break rocks for
i-hirty days. That would be had and
sad, wouldent It '? lmrison Is now mll
llquor depot. It is four miles away,
but, the road Is good, and they say thie
travel over it is increasing. For some
reasorA or other Mr. Thomiias has re
centIly builtta now depot thoro. Never -
thOiless, the light between the barons
and King John of Hunnytnede is gloing.l
on, and anothber magna canrta mny bo
granted. ML, Am'.
WHAUMKI2 CROP UAT .
CONUMBIA, S. U., J uly .ith, IS0.
Tho week ending July :1 averaged
ulightly cooler than usua especially
over the westorn portion of tho Stato,
during the latter hall of the week, with
in IImum tenmeratures generally be
lo w (it0 dog roos.
There were nurmerouis showers from
JuLne ul to time 30th, heavy arid well dis
tributed over the castern hlolf of the
State, aind light, over the inorth central
and north western piortons, w here tlibe
irain fall was poorly d Istibuhoted, and
! whero mocre rain Is neded, ex-epE,
over very limIted areas.
Over the areas of deticient ratinftall
ereos are not, mauking satfactory
growth, but over the easterrn portion
of the State generally they arc up to,
or above, their averaye cond itionr oni
.July I, and are generally very prois
WormBn continuie to diestroiy cOrn;
bud worms to injure tobacco, and
catorpillars to devastate rIce while
lice on cotton have appear-edi at, various
Cotton contInues to make se-asoniablo
growth and Is blooming and fruiting
freely, with no reportu of sheodd ing.
The p)lants are generally uindlersiz/edl,
hut vigorous and healthy. The nIghts
have bicon too cool latterly for the
best development of sea Island cottoni.
Corn Is, in a few sectIons, very pro
i:I ng, but on the w hole It Is below
its seasonable average conditIon. Wire
worms are deostroeyig mobI corn at, many
poInts. Cor-n Is beIng laid by,
Tob~acco( varies greatly in condlItion,
w Ith miany reorthi of I injury by bud
worm iils. Ine) iaces tbc nieed of raIn Is
ur-gent. (Jotting arid cLuirig Is as yet
muakIn g slow pro grness, alLthog h som e
infterioi- gradles have bee n sold Iin open
Late re ports on w heat, conf1 iri earl Ier
(ctimates of siuall ~ yleids. The same-is
true of spring sowni oats.
The bulk I of the r ice rrp is vecry
lireiIsIig, hut eater pIllars contLinuiei to
dlcyastato late pilantings, and fresh
water for floo(dIig Is not r.vailable in
Melons are rI pening, but (10 not
pr-omiso a large crop?. Many sweet,
potato all J) have heern set out during
the week.- Suigar cane, srorghumn and
gardens show some imiproverment.
i'eas are being extensively plantved
and comning uipi to goodl stands. [laying
Is In preg ross on the croast meadows.
-Arthiur W. Ilonnell, of 13rooklyn,
whose 50on had~ beeni stiruck with arn
urnbrella by a seven-your--old boy,
recently took it upon himself to spankl
the offending youngsteir, the latter's
pairents having r-efused to aidminister
tihe chastisement themselves. Hlonnell
u-as thereupon sed~ for darmages by
the father of the spanked boy, anud the
jury decided that lie must paty $1 ,i7
--We hate some persons because we
. do not know them. and we will not
I know them because we hate them.
r- -Incredulity robs us of many pleas
I umros and givenau no tigi e~r
The More People KNoW
['11e bottor they like It. They like the
air and e'uiire way we do business.
Ne have only been before the people
Lholit I rieO months, and In that time
Plie Now Store has mado many friends
liroiigli its money sam ing policy. You
ike to trale where every thing is new;
v here prompt, polite and courteous
ales.limen serve you ; whore you havo
>Ielnty of room to tradu3. There are
intold ad vant lages In trading with us.
Ikt but not least, here you call at all
Ines 'uy the best for the least money.
Some Special Values.
1I W yds Stand ard CILlIC1o only :0e.
100 " 'liedm->nt Drills -1c.
1200 " good heavy lileaching only 5c.
600 " good eicc k Nainsook only r0 .
50J10 " 10-1 sheeting only toe.
I lot1 large ready imiado Sheets only 49c.
I ot ready iadoI 'illow Cases only 50.
;el Ii l ongola pat. ti I) blioe only $I.
I lot two yards wide all IAinen Damask
I lot iarne olinen Towels only 1tc.
I tahle :12 and 1Io inch iLawns only 5w.
I ease Ventilating Corsets only 25e.
Come to The New Store to do your
A Word About Shoes.
Dbiring the past teln days we have
received a car load of shoe. When
mion stock i! Completed there will ne
nioth ing to eqiual it, in tho State. We
are g in g to have the busilnes4.
:W' NIemembur we are agents for the
tioqlbratel Mm all IIazar Patterns, price
II and 1in cents.
Make it a point to visit he New Store
at the first opportunity, at J. 1I.;'M orgm &
Brother's old stand.
MAHON & ARNOLD,
,I I Upper Main St. G IOleNVITLE.
Y-SEl-AN'is.-T'his good story
conies from Go ion. A tea planter,
wtho had a glass eye, was very desirous
to go and have a day's shooting with a
friend, but lie know that immediately
the nit'lves who wore at work on the
plantation got wor1 that he was away
they would not do a stroko of work.
Llow was lie to got ol?-that was the
(I uest ion. Afiter much thought an idea
struck him. Going upi to the men he ad
dIressedi thorm thus: "'Although I myself
will he absent, yet I will leave one of
my eyes to see that, you do our work."
And, mnuch to the surpriso and be
wiilermoint of thbe natives, ho took out
the glass eye and placed it on the
tump of a tree anid left. F'or some
time the niatives worked like ole
phiants, now and thben casting furl
Livo glances at, the eye to see if it
were still watching ;but at last one
of them, seizing his tin in which he
carrioz his food, approached the troo
and gently plaed~ it over the eye. As
soon as they saw thbat 1,boy were not
beinig watched~ they all lay down slept
peaceful ly until sunset.
-Thore Is a little story going the
roundls regarding the reward given
the soldiers. It Is said that in battle
the privates occupy the lir-ing line, the
corporals are one yard In the rear of
tibe prlvates, the sergeanits are Live
yards in the rear of the corporals, the
lioutenant,a twenty-lve yards In the
rear of the sorgeants, the captains 125
yards in the rear ol tho lieutenants,
the moajors 200) yardIs in the rear of
thbo captains, the colonels 500 yards in
the roar of the majors, the generals
5,,000 yards in the rear of the colonels,
whilo the commanding general is at
Washington, [D.C. After the battle
the( commzzanding general gets 98 por
cent of the glory, the brigadier general
14 per cent, the colonel i per cent;
other comnmissioned oilicers get the
balance, while the privates get talked
about on the lourth of July.
-When the Trwentieth regiment left
Tlopoka it was piresented with a beau
tiful silk flag, known technically as the
regimental colors. This flag is said to
be a sight to behold at the present
timne-ragged and dirty and riven with
biiots. On the enid of the ilagstff is
a oronzo. eagle, and at the battle of
l.uquori this eagle was struck with a
Mauser bullet, in such a fashion that
the old bird is cocked over to one sIde
in a tipsy but belligerent sort of an
attitude which miakes every body laugh.
-A circus elephant noeding medical
treatment was recently chloroformed In
Il'eru, I nd. The aeaethetic was given
th rough the trunk by means of a trouser
leg slipped around it and packed with
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