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The People's Journal
STATIS FARMISRS' ALLIANCE
TWELFTH ANNUAL MICETINO.
The Attendance Not Very Largo
President. Wilorn's Annual A4
dress-The state ExclAngO No' 1n
The opening session of the State Al
liance was leld in the hall of the
House of Roprosentativos commencing
at 8:30 o'clock. An adjourr.ment for
the night was not reached until an
early hour In the morning the last
portion of the evening being devoted
to a discussion of the atffairs of the
State Alliance Exchange-the busi
ness end of the organization, which is
in obargo of Col. D. 1'. Lunean.
Congressman W. Jasper Talbert was
among those present, as was also L oU
gressman J. Wim. Stokes, the latter
oeing a delegate. The attendance wa:
not as large as was expected.
This was the 12th annual meeting of
the Alliance, and President .1. C. Wil
born was in tlc chair. lie announced
the following appointments for this
Chaplain-Rev. J. A. Sligh.
Steward-W. H. Yelidell.
Assistant Steward- Vran ki.n Hauiicy
Doorkeepor-J .0. Jacques.
Assistant Doorkeeper --W. W. .
Sergeant-at-Arns-S. T. MeiKeown.
The exercises of the ConventiON were
opened with prayer by the cbapLain.
the Rev. J. A. Sligh.
The following odieers of the State al
liance were present :
President-J. C. Wilhorn.
Vice President and Lecturer-. H.
Secretary and Treasuirer--. W.
Executive Conmitteeiutn--\\. N.
Eider, J. S. Shui-yr and Joz. L. 1K citt.
The roll of Counties waS cafled andI
the delegates presented thitcir credlen
tials. The president appointed a coi.
mittee on credentials, coni:ting of 0.
P. Goodwyn, A. C. Lyles and A. '.
Hutchinson, to whon the crtdentiali
were submitted. The roll of delegatt s
was tinally made up as follows
Abbeville-lH. I,. [Hill. L
Aiken-lt. H1. Timmerman (
Anderson -J. 13. Douthit. t
13arnwellJ. K. nlline.
Berkeley-T. S. 13rowning.
Chester-S. T .\e Keown.
Colleton-J. U. I aC ueS.
Dorehester- .. Ii l'aru-r. t
Edgefield-W . It. Tinmerman. a
Florence-A. 1'. hiutchinon.
Horry-I. A. Lewis
Kershaw-J. L. Catue.
Lancaster-J. C. l-iott.
Laurens-U). I oe '. ood wvn
Lexingt mn-) . F :i rd
Mlarion-S. V. smith.
Al arlboro-W. I).I l-v'n
Newberry-J. i H'.
Oeonee-J. C. A -x and er
Orangeburg-j. \. Stoke.1
Pickens-W W. W. I Brit
llebland-13. C.1) i 'r I
Spartanburg I. W. 161
Union- A. C Ly.0-.
In adldition to the anova the fenow.
lng from 11ce ,La a~ne-irwa
were present: ''. Somm rerv . . - '
ington county. .haune, lH. Ady
J. I". 13ailey . -;2.. I-eard, -:l ..X \\
gard :1el, iarioen Di-taL. C. II. X
wvine ::i. .\it. I 'i rim. . . - si
Col. Jame. A. Ii syt. f .
the publisher of The,, Cotton I 'ant 7i
alliance uorgan, waa adum iwd by muna'
mlous consent. ami made an ;mnr
lng address in reteence toi t uw a.I
of the paper, ini regard t . wa- r
several] memb era- madl ., Xe
l'resident WiI oorn than de- .r
his annual add ress as fobo ow -
13rotheri Alliancmen of Sou th Caro
It is with great Neeasu re th at I mtaa.a
and greet you tonight at th is, our I:'.th\
annual meeting. I deeire Lu tik and
plead with you and your brother al- (
lia ncemen about the condition of the e
great farming interests of thiis coun-(
try. i have no sympathy for the eala
mity howler. w ho gaoes about coin
tinually seeking whom he may devour.
I have no sympathy3 for the man, far-m
er or organization that goeth abhout
with uplifted haanda, crying with a
loud voie. It is to the plalin, honest,
hard working fat mer. that my sympa
thies go ; he that labors and ex pends,
all his energies and intellect toward
the upbuilding of hais home and coun
It is not luck, but pluck, that we
want. There are those who crave a
good they do not ear-n, iandl priay to
luck to give what does no't belong to
It is a feverish covetousnow wa:hich
cries out, " The world owes mec a liv
ing and a living i'll have,"' and to they
get It as best they may. T1hey fancy
that every ilich and honored man has
got his goods by some tur-n of luck,
and they feel that he has no special
right to his prop~erty or his honor.
And so they will get either from him1
if they can ;they regard the world not
as a great hive of industry, but at
scheme of chance, (in which fools and
idlers have as fair a bhow as talent
and labor, It la not "luck, but peluck,"
which weaves the web of life - it'is
pluck which turns the wheel of for
tune ; it Is pluck that amasses wealth,
that crowns men with honors, and
that forges the luxuries of life.
Pluck Is whole-hcarted~ energy. gen
ulrno bravel y of soul. That man is to
be ptiled who Is too fearfully and cow
ardly to go and do battle for an honest
ling and a competence in the great
fil fhuman Vxertion. He is the
man of luck---bad luck. P'oor fellow,
he lest his luck when he lost his pluck.
,Bad pluck is bad luck ; men lose their
'uck by letting their energies eke
through bad habits and unwise pire.
I desire to urge great tidelity to.
wards organizing your county aliance'
it is being dor.c all over the State. If
there Is a man hero who thinks lt
should not be done, let him say why
-not. I tell you organization is essen
tial to the welfare of the farmIng in
terest, as well as any other' interest.
You see the lawyers united In theIr
bar association, the meorchants in their
board of trade, boar-d of commerce,
etc. You see the churches organized
by synods, presbyteries, conferences,
assocIations, conventIons and so forth.
Our towns are organized under re
gular municIpal oraiain for the
protection of life and property ; so 1s
our State and nation organ ized for pro
teetien of life~ and proplerty. Our
ma~ niflcent navy and army Is organ
ize and equpped upon scientiflcelprin
aiples, and thi scientific orgamtzation
has but recontly shown its strongtn,
ability and patrioLtima. Today our
. lnao and nation Is spoken of In the
royal courts of the old world with honor
and respect. Our nation is rospocted
because she has an organized forco be
hind her that is able to command ro
The farmer, in justice to himself,
should be organized,
First , or his hone benelit.
Second, 'or his Individual benetit.
Second, Por his individual beonefit.
Third, For his community's benefit.
Fourth, For his State's benelit.
iftII, Por Is national bnefit.
Ilome, Oh ' sweet homue, how many
sweet, recollections linger about the
dear old place. [lore wo learn to lisp
the first, sweet nam-mothber-anti
hear tile first lullaby of creation, as
life eXl)antdS and grows Wo formU our
habits ; they, in turn, comn meuce to
build our characters, which shall be
for weal or woo.
How important, it is that we should
be free born and have t competency so
that itl tir-t days shall be tilled with
.eanas of joy, zratttitude and fortitude,
atd not w% ith .r.,es of anguish mnaledic
tono and eining SeIvitude. Ile that
in in debt cannot hlt, free, nor will his
home alWalys he at Catlei. I have hatd
much to do with evttol growers' un
onl i have urged a dLL: raseI of aere
age, inltenl.ive' farining. and alwayZ
in-,tdJ *n aiver.ifyin g tlt crops, antd
I recommend tit as n1130Y ahiance
lilt aII *s I)Ossi!he atteni thbe w heat
grower' conventit' in kireenwood in
Au g I!.t.
ou know the carainal principle of
te adincelltt' has ahv'tyS beCI to raise
your flog and h1omn)1 y at ho.lue. It hIs
been fol!,nvei hy o many al lianucelen
until today wo :indl our. people blet te r
ale it to tatd 1 Ve CeIn t Cot toin than they
Were to Stand SCVen CenI t Cotton When
it aneit .
If our people Were out of delit they
oubIlJ and would cLnOltl't the pr1iet! of
Cotton. I IWe coL Id hoid Our cotton for
It price abov Cost of prodution. we t
Cohli sloont get out of debt. As it is we I
are sinking dteeer and dteper in debt.
Dhi you ever think of the Fearful preei
p)ie that o uIr tlinancieal 'y e has I
nrou,1ghlt upon(111 til- country : think of
lIe altiount of itt.':rest .ua i.;s patid : I
lmesystem is dog tolt dog. We xpcect t
.) make a iving iy :wallping dolars.
XV shold as eoon UexIet a cow pen of
:AireS to fatten by gnawing Latch
Th'le mnan who pay.' interezst pays i
ouething for which lie receives no
quivaient. it is triblte of labor to
'ulenee. I t is tribute of :-lave to mnas
or. The interest bearing obligatiors
11 thc United States, viz : govern tile nt
ndt. State btnid. County bonLds.
ridge h :td., seht'. 12t1:0 bond . roatl
01(ith. court. hou:e, townsLhip, city,
ow11 'nd ali other L'Overill lltunt. State
id l nillicipal obligatlmio z, VA. I rkta
ond:-, railroad slot k ( aland waiter
G , Atreet railway :.tocks and bonds
iter company bood. and -tock, citc
ic lighti'ng Iotis and stock, thIt
tinds antd stotk of all taner inandfa
Aring corpi'atoms:, 7 yndienteS. trustl
Uck, brew ry stock atid hon.;., rt
st 'le nortg'a'o inldented ne:!. per
Al sti k-v U l'eti jnteru.st-bea11ring 11 .tt
han k, atd Utise ;ured interet-b i
g Ma nart. e -timatedi to maikia
oi(it ! tiI LhirtyI-ttiree thouit'Id C
Oiti- of d1,ltr -i, mo 0 stiliatt It ,
forty tUi leA ti-i M illion. I " t of ( '
at ~ Ilan re par in l'atris, I' rt
0 ii -U . .\-- Vii k and 'j'hlu s
a'.rtt' of the nation's i1.e (
1., illi, \ ...u~t for'' of the Iti'20n 5
tt u u. an, :si x itundd ainud forty 0.
it)' il I - tid 113y the tretatsory ule-.
ii i at \a-hlngton, Ii. C., zives
1tt )1n . I
0 a.................2. illlit
uiar . . .. . . . .. .. . ...... . .... ioo
I lld .. .. .... .. . .... . . . . . .2S III.,
Lilvor.. . .. .. .. .. ..... . ...IF~h~lU
$2 .11,00 tonet
t~l t'lili ld deiclncy of$,000,0
ml boom ornhisl~ti'es tud frtL00
hand oarer..an . i.nt.er.es. . an. 4 atr0000
Amaziusg adb is that dhow interet
intil emai. adlcecy f$70
'A0ianctnmut b lotanedwt yrou r iu
,nt broom yotin, fittherett adores,
ou pay th ontrt o deht dot bndebt
line;si othe waito Scatr. Man bete
uttr ol arfo tetay curg lthits
hat,~ hes thtyorno pay eet for.
tay out, iving wouldses hnapugyes
he aredawcardinalore't:c many tat
hyima bn houually usingefurefntr
or houe and yorccns thrtaw ynerst
m~ e wa o thenm.111fr ot
AI'lliancemoan, soee toarn you ;hitv
vantedo aid o. Sa wee 8to00 tonrs
atu. at eavp ou of debat : dontuy ilne
,lm e bote aed torc ; b~etter
oake bagospn and tipeasn broechw;
>teror fgol barfted to chrcwhatnl,1
beol fo shoes at ysou w atught tor.
lt, aut o let, ;n tet, outhaf det Isand)
ltey tfou wouldti thbe hally. '
The gret ardyu ialt h daycpl of ha11
>inds Allianeuemon itogther t thatJei
the mad be mucHtally beneftlbd fitnn
Islthe linso tte.Alac" dn hs
orirliery where ta ; you otflhv
tited acwltirdetSay wof us' 350,0010 Wtn
aot saving ofe~ objatn yotill 1101o
ofawen have tls aid tho oure~.-eivesf
dTake bagng end it.cat hnw
werae fully unied utsteeht wotii ditn
beholdns L t a ls on wtie inaught to
horld Ott rhad.gt ito'gt dtut
atFinlyt5. letm en tyou tAl iatc hsab
futel.y oran iessand th wom fihan esr
avez been efprotedct i). ibo t
de, me warn' youe (,hat, ihelda have~n
reaition irfulofrtio, th, nen.tma
You sihat her illanid tha comeh
itq goai ; then may our posterity rise
u. i d cail us blossed.
- "inally, brethren, after it fair and
manly viy-v of tho alliance organiza
ticn, I would suggest that the quilil
cation for imombership be enlarged in
oruier to mako it, possible for all parties
wloso greatest interests are in tI
furni should be received in full mmii
bersh ip. We havO porhaps been a tit.
tlie exelusive, al.d in times past prtLies t
who snould have been with us were 1
alionateri for no good reason. k
The Cotton Plant is the recognized v
or.,aii t f the alliance. I therefore take
groat pleasure in urging it upon your
at en ion, and take pleasure in saying i
ti' Lt it is a worthy paper.
'hio following committee on pres,
w. s appoin ted : W. N. Elder. S. W.
Sm1.L., .63d J. W . He-id.k
0 1 Motion, all the m mh1e's of the
a' if-i' in good standing. and who al
w, ro in possession of the cri'renlt pass.
word, were iivited to seats in the hal IA
at'd to thi pr'ivile ,s of the loor. I
Wih'n ti,' hody met Tthursdiay mor. J
inqz the atfatirs of thi l.xchaneO wore 1
algatin taken up, and a long disocsion
e.mued . A ddiresses were delivered du - s
in the diay by State L.eeturer lhake, I
Longmnan Tl'itbert, I 'r. sident W il. t
rn. I. l'. Goodw in, Congres.man 5
S',okes, kIev. .1. A. Sligh and others. t
'ie A'iiance made a few mino, it
t an 1is in the cns'ititinwhieh wcre It
itt iade public.
The annual election of oflioers wa% 2
b- li, resuning in the choice of the fol- 0
o sig: I 'resident, .1. C. Alexander
P rez iti 1t and lecturer, J. 1 % d
Wak, ; ,ccretary and treasurer, .1 W. I
I -id ; mmbL iher of the executive com. 1
SIt e for b l.'r'e years, d. L. Sluler.
itnenewly electet otlicers irc, dual%
rLaaed by Mr. W. N. Eider, of York .
I)" Eird was chosion as tihe Stal V
A tloe's delegate to the nationa' v
!ounel of the order, which meets it, %v
Washingt-on in 1900. and 0. P. Goodwin a
s eie-tcd aiternate. d
The thanks of the body were ten. it
red to the railroads for'their kind. 9
ss in :ranting reduced rates for tho b
lk iaLs to tie State alliance. t,
Tel-. foliowing aesolution was unani- t
nioisiy adopteo : i
luolved, 'That. the thanks of this t
>ody are hereby heartily txtendeil to w
he retiring president for his faithful a
ervices, his untiring zeal and untilag- e
:ng ene-gy in the d ischarge of his 9
luties while president. 0
The Alliance then adjonurned sine a
STATE NEWS ANI) NOTES.
olt iical a i m Iidu strifal IiemIls of Value it
to 0ui' Iteaders. a
- Governor MCSweene3y has accepted
e resigiation of W. P. Snellgrove, L
,.tupervisor for A nderson County, to
ake fflect on the 1st of September.
Ir. Snellgrove is going into the cottonL
ill business. Li
-The people of IFlorence are indig
:nt over the appointment of a negro aL
'stmaster . The city council and t(
oard of trade wairt him removed. S
enator ML1Aaurin will entreat Presi
ent MeK inley to change his appoint- p
1k2 nl t.
--Col. Henry T. Thompson has de. il
lined tihe appointment as senior cap- ti
tin of thL Twenty-ninth infantry.
Ir. Thompson's resignation is due to i
is appoi ntmenit as commandant of w
he piri ncipal military academy in fut
)hio, which he has accoptetd. it
The'Iw Secretary of State has issued ii
comml iiission1 to James i '. Gostt, 11. l
.Wilson, It. A. Gray, II C. Mar tin Si
nd HI. I t. ilarmore, of Williamstc n, e
5 I c 'ooators of the I .n k of WN illiam- d
ton. The capi tal stock is to be0 $:'0,
10, divjyided into shares of *50 caeb, bii
Tlhere are only two d ispensary con.
Lalels in Columbia now, so far as is
no0wn, and they c are wearing thiir
istols in a hielt, around their waists Li
nil the weapione can be seon by any
hlienc to ordr recently sue by i
-Th2le Southern I tailway has let the
onutract for hbuliding thIree large waro- sy
tutses at theli' water terinus in Char- e
eStoni. Thie 11oor r'om will cover
early two acres and will bo large u
notug h for ipresetnt needs. When com. *
dceLd thec rondl wvill be able to hanolo IcL
>ig shipments for foreign poerts.
-Tlhe sherif of Saluda has written d
,o Governor' McSwconey to secure the Li
acce..ar'y req uisition papiers for Ma- b)
'iun, aIlias MIuss l). Leach, whoII Is no0w d
n Alabama. lie is wanted in Saluda d
fr' assault and battery with intent to '1
kill. The rcquisition has been issued at
andl De Lioaebi will be brought hack. t,
-Carl Whisonant, the second son of k
the lion. C. W. WVhisonant, oaf Cheo ?i
kee County, killed hlimself Tlhursday t
morning. 1ie was l1i years old and an 0
0eet gunnor. lie took his breach- 11
loader out, of the house, and while lhe n
was in the portico thbe gun was ac- a
cidently dischairged and he fell dead. t,
- Chiarleos Wilson, the negro who W
killed Privato Godfrey, of Anderson 's
battery volunteeors, last September and
who has1 been at large since, was d
brought from Kansas and lodged in t
jail at Charleston. lHe was tracedi to "
Kansas, where lie wor'ked in inels. 0
'ril evidence against Wilson is conl-"
in 18912 GJoverno' Tillman oifere'd a n
reward of $75 for the arrest of George "
Moody, w ho was accused of killing 0,
Elenry .Jones, in D~arlington County. t,
Mr. Jiohn El. ilennis, Whoi wr-ites fr'omiii
the ollice of the blhcrilT of i''iorence
County, says that after a great ,leal of
trouble he has arresied Moody and-r
turreid hima over to the sheritY of l)ar
--Congressman Stokes, at the next
session of Congress, extpects to present e
a bill providing for the printing of the
valuable South Carolhna colonial r'e
cords, whiclh this State a few years
ago obtained from the originals In
England. The State h (1 the copies of
the recordd made at a total cost of)i
about, $6,000, and the manuser:pL is,
now 11il(d away at tihe State capitol in
the ofllc of the Secretary of State.
Th'ie Stato is unable to have the print-I
lug done, andi the (documents are oIf
such grcat value that Dr. Stses has
boon moved .00 prepare a bial looking
to an appiropriation froim the nation .11
government for the purposo.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Many) druaggists speak a good wiord for
Alligalt'r ILitment, although mosi~t of
theam have linimentS oif their own. 'l'hie
trulth must18 he'toldl someltimesC, and1( it is the
where otherts fail. 1t pe~netr-ate dlowna to
thie causo andi roots oif the pain. Soldl
B114 ARP ON THIR DOG DAYS.
L;IVICFS A 114880N IN ASTICONOMY.
lie A nse'rs ltiigalit's A botat tilt,
l'ICNSIt 1'aboun -Notiit' HOM lkO
l'osiesasedl With ia Deivil.
It seems to tiie that I had bottoir ani
wer soto olf tit"" itOrt'st-in quI .
lons Lbhrough tlt, far- reaohIing iit'dI
im of tho press. liro ar IeI three In
utries from amongi yur reader who
1ish to know somwthuiig deoinito atolut
hos o-e'd )d d days. Of courl I
now onily naim 1 t from bo ,tt
vasit mItitudeh !1A 0 1i0%h io l'ootw ,
Or lia:.l Ito !. hi i V n ot Ih tho
diVen11t and 10c .e tn, ! ( d10 dat -0M%0
V a 01r, ,to 3r fact-, attl thm
ll iut A n i% ItI . r wsh Iit I% t h wrot
iI I i wilI I ,.r J i t -4 1 , o ( o I I w iv to t
blit )og da. ; 0 \,'.' boloro k 'h1ht.
gI'e in ar'I. 11n 140 'Ii'irius Ia Vry ma
ignanithienCe n ;Itn it, aisc4 in in11
Iiit %Vn Ith11 the un, for it Is tho e
righbest I str il tilt, Ihelallvenlia and Its
rout heat .idddi It, the hI i at of thio
kill icreao. s akid a :to.t Iiis tiht, t-oin V
cratulre it, long. .W:, tihs con)juneithml
01ntinue's. Hlut tis I-Ising wit'lh thlt V
31n Is not a (!,Ixe n It. vatrie's fr-otu
b., 3rd of July to il1 ithh of Auigust,
tiud1 10 h 1nit, almain3131te makers tk,
nt averagev day akid 'et downi .taly 200h
8 thl, tir ti i at% Somei datto it,,kt Iuly t
4th, bilt tiles iaos muay miss it two
r thrve weeks.
It i ; gentrtll 1 1 l vv t I I at LII ts t
og dlays contiIIue f',r forty days, but
I faict tlat Is an ut 1114 Cinito portaid, for
le colinictionl of S-.rtus witi tilt sull
iietitties la:,ts for lift) -torlV days. 'T-ho
AiII of the wholC maittor is thiat aboutliL
Uls time' of tilt year we' mtay look for
'ry hot watliher and shllowers aillost f
very day. and it, cil it l'odii'r liilling
calither would bL itas 0,oodl at namtil ls r'
11y. Whether Sirs ha anytinig to
0 with it or niot ,et Clani on1y13 stur- I
lise, but Siriuis Lilt dog star and I
ave thle nameil . SII-Ia4 is- thle %ery
rightest stirl 'ha- haictvenis, and is in
IC mo10.uth of at hiue dog ai cons1t0lla
oin that the anciet. astronouers I
liled Ciblis illijor. 'he lincient I' yll- 1.
as imiapptd oil the :,tarry ieaven e
ith iiaginary aiilia's and illn, such it
3 do0gs, hlears", diragens.. balls, tier- k)
I iVeS, )rion, e tC., atd tI it le nlie.3s they I
ive to groups tf stars aiitv to never :2
1Cen chaingeCd. Ther1-e is a big dog ind s.
little dog, a big beairV atid la little bear, v
big dlipper and It little dipper. 2
light in te Li tOif the tail Of the C
tile bear Is a verV notabile str cal Id e
10 I'ole ,tar-, or N-ortLi sutar. that uivi
LItos used to s:il b1Y ind they called C,
Cyntiokuros, which In Greek means u
dogtiail. Prom tiliis lule we have 1)
10 worl cynosure linl so when we Say s I
a beltautiful womi ini ani assembly (I
lat sue i wlas thle cynosure of all eyes it i
( tivawint to. saying tliat she was T
le (log tail of the corC0rin. Jis t hoV fL
i :ailors got to Calling Lhis star the
)gtail is not, known, for it is really in
'Sab Minor. the littl hear's tail. Tie
It ielts gatve man1ily name110S W tihe stars
tit ith- ti ings in natuLe that they re
iihled. The vord comet comes from
mietuits, which meals a mares Li .
ie word hitilic Comes from luoit, thie )
0on, for the anitcients believed that e
U mind was atfected by cha.nges in
Those old E'gypLianis wCre very tim
i littive ind superhtiLious, blit they
i2re very' letarned. Hoiw they got so
r' laheald of the liebr'ews, God's favor
Speoplei, we doi not kno1w. Their0
tr'onomlly, mathiemiaties andl archiitce- l
re halve neCver beenI i mprove'd. Tihe.
rip iures tell us that, .\toss was learn
Ii al the wisdomi of the I*~y*ptians.
*h naoks : Catns thou bind1 t~le sweet L
iihiences o ithI'Leiadls or loose the dIi
nds of Uion ?" A amos calls them the I .
von stars andt~ mythology natufes thern mi
e seven ,isters, butL mod~erna astrono
.are say there never were but six and hi'
er'a are only~ Six not... l nr.: the su pt
r',tition about, the lost i 'iciad. Their htb
weut intileneos" aire said to come Iti
Jim the fact thaut wheniCeer seenl in the le
'atvens it, is a sign (If good wveathier, and
iuife timel for vessels to sail, for pleiad ~
cans a sail. It, is like the piretty I:
.)td halcyon that iiter'ally mneans duck
., date', for' the it.ee 'duck nieve t,
.1hls its nest on1 thelit cl bliiy tilt sea $
IA-Ii pleaisant wtntler comes to stayv
tooii sta-,on. hl Inne Lih' word als
wt -Lla andt~ 01n an egg.
13 i I reckoni Liiis iS 1114 nogh abouit, P
.i d ays. It, is la relhef ini tlthese trouled a
mtts to havei' somting Itg w Vrite aiboult o
:'de-t the P1iiiuine ant lud wvar e-an.i lb
~Is andi~ miobs up N orth and iy nch ings
liwnl Sthtl and Kenituicky pitis-.b
icre are good plel everlywherCe 9
bio would love to live in pienie v-it LI
icir neilghbor~ti and thle rest, of man
I nd, but some1 folks atre ptossedt~ I', iih p,
devil nowiIadalys, just. like they used lb
>lbe and there IS nttbody Lo cast ilemn Li
it. Th'ie people ft 0 upon excitLemnent n
oi'e than theyV uiitt to doI. Cotmmu- 01
ities want sensitins and1. potl itictians si
ndl pr'eacher enan hi! found twl ho get, al
'iemi upI. Governortl Northien had harid ly H]
(it the~ lLAt'mians, Sothied down he- mr
)let tihat MIii- .1.wtt gets up lb counter t(c
'itan t andt~ 4 itanV tto ri'bsC ai toiuand ..
olar 1.0 tlCOmto to Guarieston and move -
ie liaiker faim ily to Hoston. Why, it,
on't, take morei' t~hanl lb huindredl. They
in lie seon. withtim her comning if they
.int to go. Ther's a nigger in that
oodlpiiu sure. She either wants to
.arry oIne 9' put $u00 of that mioney
her pocket. Wonder if she would
it, like to c'ime to 10arly County and~
ike away a fewv more or'phansl. T1he
ny they dto things down in l'arly suits
uir people geneirailly. Suppose lynch
ig docs nId- sti)p tuhese outrages. I f a
iittilslake blt9 a man w" kill the
nah:. if a~ ligte cariest olf a child
the jungle tibe brute is pursuedC~ andi
illeu. IiToese negro brutes are ini
nitely worse Lkiin snakes or tigers s'
nd haive m~ore sense. Suppose they Ci
rto tiot identilied lit otrd~ling Lt) lawi, no ft
'od negr't IS ini dauigt.r and the~ bad l
'nes are oIf no conIse~equee. Th'Ie devi .d
01s tibemi a Ii ttle. sotoner, that's all.,
Il t, the North how'. l'htey have it
iowv lid befor'e. Lt TLIhurbher 15sano hiisn
Pso LIIX it. IIeti hais maude mliillhons (lut, bi
if t 0 outhLI aindu I hope)1 19ur p10eoI
vill boycott him i. Th le impudet*nt, im.
)er'tinent, coinceite'd swellI . Sulch uit
crnces of his donI't, jostle tile wagon.
['hie S'nuth IS juist rollin( along as a
Isul. Th'e Nor'th is haiyIng their
iioody str'ikes aind rowsa an~d rilots aind
ve lhivO la lyncehini for evory outrage,
10 let, the procer sioni proceedi. TIhe
lillierence is thait twit~h us to good~ citi
,en, whiute 0or black, 's in dtnger, but<
p North ev, ry bitdy 16 in danger. Life 4
111( ptropierty at Oleve lnnd have beOn
vantonly destroy'ed and1 ( to inocen t
Sinvo soulfe red inr thacli n th ito u ilty.
aiit doesC 1Tiiurber care to he can
CL!epi hie governmenhith ~ontriaa Lto fur-'
lish i' tharmy iwith earned good'l y I
Fersoll net.ve4r paind 9~li. more~' pi''u
md11 t~he tears of that l'lhIlippitO wair
L, was denolughl t conyvinee oven him11
,ba11 ther'e Is obl iged~ to bie ainoth:-r
vol hd, a ja~i gmt to even upi thingsi
) coitur'se, thte pr'ofeszionatll uilitar3,
11en1itar' for wariii. II hild anid teara aire
1oth Ing wilh thiem.i V Ictoruy, famet
buil promhotion ar'e thteir SOlodll ami tion,
The Rind Yon IlaLvo Always Jiouglit, iid1 whichi has been
in use for over 30 years, ias borne the sigiature of
and 1 ls.beenI ladle under his per.
f4r11311 :IlIpervisionk 8111ce its infancy.
Allow no Omie to deceive you in this.
All Couantert'eits, 1:i:1i:Ii and Substitutes are but Ex.
per ill I:1t, ir ivMti ili -with (e en1diger the len(41th of
Iniaitjis u 1t1 ili renl---- -perienc against EJxperlinent.
What is CASTORIA
OlmtorIa, Is i siahst itite for Castor 011, Paregorie, Drops
anti Sootil~itr; syrips. I is .Iarniless and 1'1easa it. It
contalus neithier Opiri, Morpilino ior other Narcotio
substanne(. Its ag-e is its garantee. It destroys Worms
and illays Feverishnle's. It cures Jiarrluoa and Wind
Colic. it relieves Teetlhittg Troubles, etres Cim stipatoion
and It-tulenl., i assimilates t11e Food, regulates the
Stornaeli 3(1 1iwels, givilg healjtjhy ain( natural 81eep.
The Clkil(drF(' s liaca-T1e Mother's Frien(L.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Tho Kind You Halve Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
"026 0NTAUa OMPANMV IT MUAR1aW TRECT. NEW VOIK CITY.
= WA GONS
MADE AT THE
GREENViLLE COACH FACTORY
Are the Cheapest and Pu t
Special Prices for "5'c. Cotton."
Call and see us
G. W. SiltRINE, Supt. - - - H. C. MARKLEY. Prop.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
~co ndena,. cc,..nenl n fct I Cse..tie1tPm. M
Juino lith1. I 1:. nonet. lidlof as ngrT lm
STATION.'. N. 1.N o. ?. - Y S Ni I8E
Oo.n* j o.3
No. 1.n. Ni.1 Ni.8
23 a mn
Lolunild ii~~1 05 a mn Alna ~''.8 ~lup .
Ii Niiruiai1.II102 n'n
1202 p mn"Ll
Ar lt~t~a.- lilt i~ ~ 2 15 p~ mr ~tAr.I13 . 4 A
........------ -__ 4 15 'eea 13/ 1m .0
A r.eenvii...... 1'32 a i) a2.5Vnta . 21 ~ 60
"r Pie.Imont ....... 32Jp 1 40 an m ~ un1l ~ 2p S 5
A" Atiui..so......... 61is~~3 j jttnu 33 p m 110.655 a'
A_ er_ n...... ..44 18. 45i a mkhr.. 48 i7 2 p 7 4
Ar.~s Donnuldh........... 7 151m) i 10 40 a in "(ntna 5 ! ........32m
Iilbbeillo........... . J i 10 . 1 0 a mn L.Calte 4.0p 81 . .
Ividg. .........iu ...6 7 35 p mn 10 65 a in A.(Ienlno 92p1)4 . 20
Ar Genwo.........4 845 p mn 120 p-in
" Nnet-sx....... ........ 125 p~ m vGunhr.....1 .5p . ..
" e bry..... ....... p 00i p1 m rN ink......8 2)a......
".Pr.... ity----... ...... ....5 2 i 14 m5ai r ~lur~l.. 6J)a 001a
"r 3Clumbi ............... .., p g122 pi -m _ _ _ - -- -
Ningvy-i...................2 45 p i rW mlign..... 2a 9 0
Orangeboruv. ----... ............2 002 p in IntmeP(1 8 0 . 12m
B ranchvillo..-.---.-.........2 14 p m liw22~ia 2 6a 2 6
Summervlo....... ............~ 7 8 p m ~ ~ W o1
A rargletn.......... .......... 89 p7 m~ Bu~Iou~. N.8 o 7la
5 7 avlo..........Cai.~.~ .0 il p i ~~l.0)n6y
60 " 1 .. nin miner vu.....7 782 10 inL.N18a.U .1T~ 1T....
7r0 855rao~o " ....HrOanchv .23o....0 "5 60...8...
82410 2la "t....Oran.ebu6 22.a"9520 822a
8 u1 40a r"....C- )Nm Ii... "82 > i 0 00ipon. ~ ii0 p i j
90J)7 n " . .....Al on.. 2....L 7 ~2 0 810a-- - ______ -
100pa 81 . " .....uan lmuo...." p 28 5 Lv46plie 0 2 ~fa60a
810 2 0 20p " ...... Unin..... "~ 6 05p 780p ! oilc .. 88
10 89a 20 p " ....J n il . ... " 1225 65:t
05.'O1a 24Vp "........oe...... " 121 7:o r 4 6 4'2lro . 6 5a......
l125a I 14J Ar..partnbur.1 2 4 61)rp hutte ..1 0p 22 2Oi
.~'24p gA.sheille.Lv 820p 85p' vie'2,~r 2 01a77a
"P," . m.".a..
10, 87an, ~ on .ni in. D1in care lp y ntna.04 0 7a12p
Trains2 l)I oeav raiur ,. A. & 12 division, I~nji M . 20
nttbud 6:3a m., 3:l3t. 1 m., 0:18 p. m., ~ cbng..i 2jpj
:I .*a m.~p I :'v. ., (Voshi t iule. Limi 28 ed. ~ Lft . i
nor t h bound, 5:5ana. m. 2:34 . m. and 5:22ap.1m.
Vestibled Lh ite) .otLbon 01 a. ~ m.. ieIj 0.. n a1 0 2 ~1j
:6 "P ."3 . m. ( Atiblo a. it d . eta .61
Plna alcaougg(.11 IiTrains 18 and 14 carry sup.28.Pullmap parlo
B ars betwe nilCharu.lsinan shll. iun a~ V-a iiso .. 0
FRA toNK tri. uiorN N aN, J.al M.rouLP j~(.-f .8 7 i O~ I
Thrd VP. Gaon Mgir.lh, A f 1 iso . t.Ar..........7 1 8
Waesthngto n it.o) W ashngton2 a, 'O......4 8 31
W 1 n. TURK :8 , H.sibl HARitD.)(WICKll.. 3 88 8 72
Gen. P~lave. A g' nvil. A.' Gen1 . a s n ' .4 ri . . 4ID4
Wrshingto:0 n, 24p. in.lan:2p.i. "Nrio5 .5 2 a..0
COf p. iii. 1 2 DAit 1 e-o.. t lioii 1y .i.. A.Ala terP. 01 I45 00 8
Bon 1b pr i . (xest i o c ited). Ar tat,5.1.61 I06 10
Tri L 0211G 10Ol ca.ry IMcgn PulT maCo..i
anti. 13 211114 car 'y a rleston.P1 No.821.1 8-O.y. W ~ igtnad o~r
onesed eshn le of Passener ThrrPlman.
cars etwen Chalestn andAsheille.sloe i ni Ears hlet. JNow Yor Itdhe18O9.
VI(A K S.(4ANNON, J.M.UI4P leNorthbouasn to.1sN . Atlnt andx o. 30
Thir V.. &(4o. Mg., railo gr. cry an alo btwen N.v Yorky an Dapily.
W aaleingteia, D. t W ashington, 1). . i 'h u nt a l T. a d l r l . n , &
W. A.'J2IJK, 8,11. R UDWIC, ~ leAzthmt, ET. A .IIA( * Y
Ge.. Pas. g't. At Gut.Pas. A' ~ T" NoreoA .....ee tataadNe ~11
en roto lla........in~oidager
S/~~~*42 between o kra...n...rolO oso~
l"ns Wesaminutern alaA WP
I, Con t . ... gconooc fbag
O rtanburg.ta tad~ng~iyn
(. ~.'. ?~) I!IA)' VCLI.Charlotte.1m gan. As
Ar.(4~n ree n ro o feSlpig ar
A I~ilU~ '~ll. IN Il N 1CO. Ns 11 0 ;3 a 1 2ul:a apin-1 2 O25
- '- souhboud N .11 25na 88 00 r p 8 5p . '...
VUAK23.31mO .... ..... L2P
Washigton DO W 13hin...... 6145.
4A WK 20 H pWi6p ....72G
Aw~guau.,Ga. Acini488 pla7e02NepT.......Pa7 A42 3
they exclaim, "My volco is still foi
Wo are a long suffering ieolplo. A n
1thor London paper ham heen s<nt to
m0 callk d Tho Christian. Alnost till
if It i gtood ortliodox reading, but an
A metican corr ipq)otiudent givti a long
atalogut' of our reCon, lyt 31chinigs iII
',Ilk Sottlt andtiul along the in Is a nogro
i an fron trillin for asking for a drik
i stda waitit' and a whito girl olght
0ars old ly nobomd at I. ilImptol, (a., for
It, knoIi eaNe. An1 l11 Itgliliman
ravoled froIm A tlanta w i th ono of our
OWW4n1m411amld tiabi: "Why thesio ne
k' r' om'em~ll to ho 41iutto hlappy and
% w'll Olmii I hoar tloII laughing
niettilyI1a1l tho dakpos. I hat sup.
thd lioi wiro very In isorablo, in
I 1Ihd you ovor kill a negulr-roW
, h'i . no, fi'. W by d( W you, ask m
hat qIestion ?" "Well, I had sippi.d
hat t'P'y m11an In thO South killed
t0 or attro nguir- ros every day or
Now thoro It Is. 'l'h inan Was in
arnlost. Itd Wolls and her' sort mado
IU18n helHo fn l ilnd this Imall
h Irbor Is backng thom ill. Tihe
lly Pall'r that pmblished his slpoech
itd hadul ini ig hioad lines, T''hO Iuso
u rity of laIfo and 'roperty at tho
utm,b, had in tlho nexIteolumn, "Mork
rools for levlaInd,' and tlt Cath
lie 111shop ays "Anarchy rolgns. Itiot
revail18. \'isito's fear to enter our poi -
al. O'u etiLzn 1rO in danger of th il r
Ives," oe. 'I, hurbor Can, 8oo that.
evert 1 mind, we will givo them I irly
0lauty nmv for eviing gul.
... , , A
Titt-: N I-:w C'O'1ON 'A u i'. - 1 Tlhe
Aitlo railroad commlInisslonl hils ma11do
'i bl I ts nlow standard tariif of cottoan
roght, rates, w lieh becomos effective
Lugust 2 5. Tho tartil plrovid4es for a
ediaction of from 25 to :.'> )per cent.
n1 til prosent, ilate, W hitcl was estab
islod when tlo Stato was produe
nig not more than -100,000 halos of cot
Starting olut with a rate of 6 L'nts
rik hauls of 10 miles and under tho tar
If inCrea'ses live I miles at a titme', ,he
alto Increasing with it one cent lit
ach jumllp up to 100 miles. The mile
go tWet jum ps by tens up to 200, the
-40t-100 rate holng 25 cents, inerL'as
ig One cent for each jump unaltil the
1)0 rik is reached that being tilt
A1110 as 170-to-180 rate--84 cents. 13e
ond 200 miles the miloge jtlumps are
J at a time and the rato increases a
Ont for each 20 miles, the final 300-to
to rate being 40 cents.
This Is aid to be the iowest local
Atton freight tariff of ainy now inl op
ration in the United Statcs. It, was
repared and adopted by the commis
on only after a thorough study of the
ucstion tnd after numerous hearings
,corded the railroad tratllIe managers.
he new rate will mean much to the
rmling and the cotton raillI interests:
CHCMS O GIHN1UftAL IN riittsr.
liftilit and (1urious Paragraphs
Gat ierei Fromii Various Sotarces.
-At the Paris exposition there will
3 a colossal orchestra of 467 perforn.
-Whenl Aguina!do was a studrt at
e San J uan seminary, in Manilia. he
ited a boy's paper cal.ed L,.*R
---t is now. estimated that, the loss
~easioned by the recent flood in Texas
nountIs to $1 8,00)0,000, one-third of
hich eamt represents the cattoni d..
-it, tahn 81 ,00.000 a yeari to t lpport,
e hoy king of SpaIn. while is ma:
aiws $50,000 a year p)ocket morley.
oyalty comes high, but some1 1?.!(ple4
uist have it.
-The censtus ol Cuba will o ttkan
United States soldirs. This pur'
'se of the administration cani hardly
taken otherwise thban as indicating
Lt. there is no present inte.ri.tion (of
tting Cuba work out her own Gestins
-Trh3 net earnings of the Southrn
ailway Company for June were $50o,
87?,a gain (If $l01b.151.(05 over' the
ime month last year. The earnings
Ir 110 past twelve monitha have been
l[l97,:30.70 an i nc~rase Over theC pr'e
(11us twelve months of ,$i,0:5.477 ti5.
-Lightning caused the deoath of :07
er'sons in the U'nited SI~ateis last yea&r
r'd a property liss or $1 ,44l ,880. P.ew
',he deatha occ'urred in cities. T1he
I i)ual number of thundlerstor'ms ait
iven loealities In this co~unti'y average3
3t ween tiraty- live andt for'ty- live. Ti e
oiIXnuml~ ia a,) 'Go Soduiiheast' n
-- 'dtward Mrirsh all, th e v;imr ir >r rty.
m-'tm (.ubal. hIs u nde ".et ampu'.1i
On oif a leg. The opera t'tIOn wias mad 2'
3'3'Ausary because of paralysis, and1 in
'dtr to retar'd its prgrs Mr:. M iir
11all was5 wvounded In the spn and
the time hoth I I~s we re paralp3 .I
is courage' and( indom Itable will aided
aterially In restoring him partially
I muan in this
v day and age
'iI ' netied to fear
I -f - death by
wIll dIe upo01
MEM~l-has been re-.
d uce d by
to a minituum.
Th'lere is one
ppalling death that still threatens innio
mnt men01. It Is a slow and lingering death
om31 consumltption. Onie-sixth of the hu
an race die from this relentless enemy of
umaanity. Probably no subject connected
'Ith hlealh is so Imaportant and so little
nderstood as the coniservation3 of vital
>rce.. The hiutaan organism is a wonderful
machine, and is 80 conistrulcted that if ex
austive draua hts are made uponi the vital
>rces duritag youth aand maiddle lIfe, the
lechatusma ret p oads for the time, but at the
XpenseC of its future usefualness. The mhan
rho overworks or exha~usts hlimself day
iter day is coatItanltly overdrawinig lisa
i.re of vital force. 1einaally the miechan
itm of supply breaks dlowan and the man
econes a physieal battkrup)t. The me
haanism of sip ply in a iman is h . stomuach.
here the foeodist tranlsformned 'uto vItal
orce. If the stomach is weak and thme di..
~estion imnpaired, the blody ceases to re
elve anid store. uap vital force. If the
Iratight Is contiaiiued, consunuption or some
>tbier equally fatal disease is thle result.
Jr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Is a
treat producer of vital force. It enables a
natn to daily store up energy to' do alauost
my amount of work or staild any amnt
f exp~osure. It dloes its wvork tharottgh the
tontachi. It tauakes the week stomach
Itrottg. It facilitates atid icreases the
low of digestive juices. It promiotes and
>erfets the assitniilationt of all the life.
givintg elemetats of the food. It is the
freat blood-maker and flesh .builder.
Mr. F. M. Robiett, of Xenophion, Tenn.,
writes: " I cant heartily recommliendo Dr. Pierce's
3oldena Medical lDiscovery for ildigestion and
orpid liver. I was very bad off' and tried dif
~erenit doctors withi bait Ilitthe benefit. I decided
a give thae * 'Golden hiedIcal Discoverv' a trial
trud I sooalbegaan to int prove. If it had not been
ror Dr. Pler'ee's Glolden Medical Discovery I. be
leve I would not he living to.dan .s