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Prof. J. H. Carlisle on Prohlbition.
We take the Iollowing extract from
Prof. Carlisle's Address delivered to
tle voters and citizens of the City of
(recville, on Friday niight last, as re
ported to "The Daily News
The speaker began by saying that,
two days ago, before lhe had fully de
vided to speak here, he wa1s in) a room,
where three banners vere being pr -
pared by youm ladies. lorseriptions
upoln lst.e baniers',-whicihie nw hoped to
see borile ill t riiiph, -fuIri nishet d him11
with the inspiration to speak to the
people of Greenville irn belhalf of tem
peranceC. Upon the first balntierI were
tIhe words "Home.,Sweet Home." .1ow'
proudly ien A would read that sentenice
if the cause was siccessfIIl ! It, was an
American phrase atid an American
idea ; 110 foreign language had a word
which would correspond in leaning.
The drunkard had no home, for his
terrible habit spoiled it. Ai orphan
might carry that baiier ; we shouil
think of him and his home. 'he
speaker appealed to his hearers to pro
tect our bomes by abolishing bar rooms,
to fix ther minds oi some homne whihel
was destroyed by liquor. A inan
might receive a dispatch announeing
tle fact that. four Ielinl had been killed
inl a Collision aild he woull( be scarcelv
moved, bit when hie saw I lie bleedino
bodies upon litters then his heart
wvoul( he deeply 1 ouched - so if we sa w
onle home (lesthOve(hf ore.( our eOves.
our sympathy vol(d be awakened.
IIonle wiS siere(I alld ever y re'giith ir at
tendallt on a l'-r'com sI(it I sone.
Our true glory was )I(t. ill mlt o-:ii|
railroads or in our hank stocks, it wvs
in the happiness anl sainctity of our
Ioimes. The speaker Said the.1 Secondi
binier which he saw hore ie wor ds
'Save I Ie boys. lie said tlhat Dr.
David Raisey in one of his loos ltad
said that drinkimm was the enedemi
vice 41f South 'irolina, al that t lie
4liinat e predisposes its peole t o drink. 1
It was our lduty therefore to comihinie;
our infilluntcis to prote(c. lie boys from
(d1rink. The next general ioll would be
colllposeid of our boys., anld we wouli
gi1ve t hem Siuc t remendous lesto i0
solve that their beads wohild t h1re).
We .shoull therefore - ave our boys.
The1, Speaker deprcected the sligt'l-est
use of liunor, le kinew or ytumig men
whlo had gtten dlrunki tfor ihe. first time
jIust to see ho0w it felt. It remiiined
htimi of the' ane(cdote' 0ohl (of youngi
btefore his end,1 reimirked Ithat hie wouIhl
slightly. w~oiedi(( by a po0isoned' au-r1ow.
ini a fewv hiours the inflce was wouluil
'(d to deat bi by poisoned arrows. We
shtoIuhl save the boys for the girls w ho
wanIt loving~ husbands, lie quo1ted(
from an 01(1 book lhe had onice renal,
''A shroud is het ter thanii a bridal veil
if t he br'ide(groomn i or is to he a druntk
:ard." We shioub{ inmit iply our ma
('hiner'ty to satve It' he oys. Our1! boys
shonkiI anm tlhemi.-elves with "'I will"'
ani d thle power'm to say '"no." Our hors
mi)ighit have to b re'ak a wa v fro 111ston
of our1 leadingi~ and( iniost piowelrfuli men
:ul eanse t o follow t hea'm be ca use
t hose meni had habits w hich it was not
well to imiitte. Theln speaker said t h
third banner bore the device, "KNo
License."' '1'he wisest piece of hegisla
tt i (eer enauctedh by thie I A'gishatturle
was the local option law. lie woul
niot turnt h.is handi to seenre thle < ame
met of any other law. It gave tihe
templ)''; erce cause all it couuhl ask. It
left it clear anad free fr'om en t angle
men~it with otheri (que(stionis. * * * *
iNow, tihe ques't ion for e'achm communiit y
sim11ply was, "Jiave we sIuffered( lontg
enou1gh from barJ-roomsy1'' 'Will yout
vote for grog shops?" It was saidI t irtt
pro'hliLit lon did not pr'ohibit. We might
say t hmat. edutcat ion dlid not eduencte an d~
t h't ( hristijanity (lid -niot Cihriist ianiize
wit h1 equal force, lie believed t hat
pr)1ohibition) dhli pr1ohiibit. lie reCferred
to the fact that there were nio anti--pro
hibition meetings, and .said it was he,
cause there wams no aploIgy or argu
mlWmt onl that sidh.
OUR FARMER.-it is chering to
ride ilto our colmt ry and see the ac
tivity an'd energy vWhich are shown by
our1 fiIers in the efforts they 'are nut
kino to recuperate t he losses 't hey have
sustainled by the failures of theiicrops.
They are 11t Only sowilg.' more (Xtel
sively siuall graini, but are working to
have niext sprg a nutch larger slp
ply of hlolme. male 1uIlures, thalm for
l1erly,: and thus obhviate ihe niecessity
of speinlinug so inuch money for glualo.
We eeil I ot expectfarming to ply
better thaln it has done in the pat. anl
the soomer all our farimiers aboul ie
idlen that it is clheaper to pulIolise their
fertilizers tlhni eveni to hiul out the
hoImIe-made umuaures, wheni made for
them, the better for themselves, the
better for their chilireil and the better
for I heir count ry. 'Ihe experiments
whieh have heell made by oulr goveri-..
illeilt have ele i v demonstrated( the
fact 1lt 1t hlie hewav' lapplica1tioll of com
mnercial fertilizers not (lY doc oes. no''t re
lnill'rate the hiiirime hut dot's irlrepaua
ble injury to Is hf%; I I .-LI Sei cca Free
l'ree-s.
--------- --*- - - .
--Mr. .hn's Chr1e'nt, of An lia:na,
kills the weevil il hi corl thius : I e
pulls thie co'n. t hrows it in heaps om
te i rou d, let I ill it r mi ni t.ee
t hree 01 rour (Iys. My rias of lit t le
bhick ants pminnce 1upon tew, i
e :iallI ilever leave I I e stiIIks till
t ie hist insect is dest roved. M r. (Cest -
ItI hIa;t prcticed t his proeiss for
'ea -'s Wvit 1 Illifol in sliceess.
-'An Anesngr eetl eue
anl ofer.1 of marlr*1iage, i nign
l':iali11 t ha rlie f:a lier 11: 1 t oo lare a
fantiily to slippot Ialre;ily.
Lo Tj 70 L
AT'l'OLINE AND COUNSI-:LOU AT I.A\V,
GLZ 1NV1LE, IN. IC.J1
Practices inl the Slate and Unli t ed
States Cour-ts.
26m5.7" Otliee in M\an i-on I loiu-e, "Wgg
Nov -0I v
IUDGENS &
HUDGENS,
General Mverchandize,
EafsleyI, S. (Y.
Inlvites~9 the attenltilon of
their p 1atrn andl 8;t the gene-.
ral 1)u1blic, to the lar'ge and
attr'active StocQk of G~oodis
Kotitons, ClothingJ,
Btoots, ShOes, Grocer
'ics, Drug~s,
Giass'ware, (rockry?
d& W'oodew'ware,'
TOCAC(C), KINI~TING
CO(TTON, &c.,
and in fact everything usual
ly kept ini a stock( of General
Mer'chand ize.
Wbe c'all esp~ecial at tentioni to our
large STlOCK of RIE AI'Y-MAIDE
CLO'THIING, JE ANS andl SHOES.
Y oui will lii it to your initerest to
examl~ine them before puirchausing.
Wheni youl w'ant Flouri call fom the
' FROST1 ;"' for a "' Choice Family "
it hano~ 10superior.
Oct 12--12m
DRY GOODS
-AND
Iadlqmbiarters for Dress.. Goots, BInek
midl C)olrei Silks, lilack Cashmeres,
1(ilri(etta. Cloths, Albatross Cloths,
Berg1aliln Cloths, 'and ill fact every
thintg ini
B3L. ACK JRESS G000S.
.An exquisite linle of Walking. d'elc
etCa, htk8, Dohiams, P'a let ol s amid
C1HILI DR E N'S C L(O A S.
Ihlle only place you vill 1im( Evitt &
Bros'. F.11ie Slies for Ladies I I, SIess
antl Childrenl. TheV 1mve nmillueroIuS
frivtis. It takes- buit one trial to make
for t heml a customker. For I
Style, F-it and Con:'ort
thev are imnoexcelled,
Table Linlens, Towe.-Pla hinkt,
Nalki ns : l hyles il abhmiaee.
" (ome ou1u; see 1.. Prices a'n
inucoment . I1-giritnus to be lal at.
J. H. MORGAN &V BRO.,
W holedisale : ndi lb-tail Mte-l mlts,
GR tEAENVIL.L E, S. C.
Nov 2-3m ..
-E~ LiEU
O)ne and All,
1HOHINSON &. WVYArTT
ave\ just received theirll
and( AVin1ter stock Of g71oods,
consisting of
DEr..C C-OODS.,
Notions. Clothing
.llardware, GAroceriesl
at (Glocers I)rgs
lV iv s n call aild we.( will he !mle
I u.P el I o you if Iow p) rice 14 d i csire ,.
()et 12--12.. .
A WVOID
TO THEtP~ LUBLIC
COWTNBE3IY 131os.
A vis-it to (Owniher Bros. will eon
vine you I hat we cant sell yrou Guo1)8
~s C1lEA1P as the ('IIE.AP1EST1. Our
t oek is n ow comltPete, consi81stin of)V)
Hlour, BHaeon, Lanl, (ofl'ee, Sugarj
( :atnmed G oods of evel y dlescript iin,
variety, \ ware, Tini :ntI 1Hollow~~
wvare. A line of
hat comipete. wit h G.~reenvilule prices.
Our line o0(f Tlobacco :n11( Segatrs is
irge' and( vairiedl, and1( will be sohl at
k(eep a1 full line oft ClocCk, andio will s''lI
t hemt chea p*. Je welry t o please all
bo0th ini At y& ando price.
And please to remuemiber t hat we pay
te hiigh es~t miarket~ price for produlce.
We ha;ve nto hiouse renit nor clerk~ hire
to pay,~:i eanci sell you a~ny thing)( we
keep at thett very lowest prices.
Very re'sp)ect fully,
OWVNBEY BROS.
Oct 12-12m -
-BLACKSMITH ING~
In all its branches, don eby
JAMES RIOSEMON*.
Easley, S. C.
Give him a call and satisfaction will
be given, both .'.s to work andlo charges.
Oct 12-12m
C. P. RUNION,
Easley, S. C.,
To-day The 'tLeitr of Low Pri'ces."
:0:
We are inakinlga Inagnificout (ispJay
of elegant new
]"'all araId. 7irrter
G=roodlo..
Whien you are ontt-shoppiig lo not
rail to call:nd ilspect.onr unn11 ellnse Ilie
We have the uost complete assolmient
of Worstetis from 10c. per yard u) to
the linest. ImportedI fabrics.
.A Large Stock of Boots and Shoes.
Our1 variety is unlexcelletl for beaulty
amd <lur1ability. Ladies, isses , anid
chilhren1tj 's Shoes, all llate in) thi atest
Styles. We have a large lot of the
gNu-cliline " Sit ting Bull" Bow, usur
passedl for beaniti.y , ant(I the most (ur
ble loot, ever' sold ill our1 towi. Price
un1equaleil.
(RlOc.IuEs A SP'0IA TI'Y.
Cotton Biver for .Exports to .New
Ei ighla i Sitets.
Oct 12--l 2m
GRAND EXCURSION
To se 1ht ire will not. ieate the
exCitemenat that ullr argains in lledIs,
1in1reans. Chairs, Tables, 1 a I'very
TO THE
h~one w*hi ethiroo tm a Parir Niuit s
of all grmles. Come one, ciune alll :q1(1
aIl be eIniIeId t hIL yon e:anmot get
m1ore g"ls for Iess money thn we
%'ve at
FURNITURE HOUSE,
A geneal line of I 11ertaker's Sup
plies always oni hand.
(pllinis trinn1u1e(I at all hours, taul inl
.tyl) t) su it.11 p rchases .
EASLEY, S. C.
A. M. RUNION,
Proprietor F1urniture i Iouse.
Oct 12-12
AT'1
01. Me R AMPEY'S
A. nlew lot of ILadies IHats,
ALSO,
ciJust r'eceivedI, a new%~ lot of
Sp)ecial bar'gainis in Bloots
A LSO,
Just I(iecied a Che~ap lo~t
gu'Lar.antee saltisfaction1 .
Oct 12-12mi
Lime ! Lime! Lime !
CAN BE BOUGIIT OF
H.. J. GIGNILLI.A.T,
.Easley, S. C.,
Either in Car Load Lots or
lby the sinigle barr'ell at very
CHEAP RATES.
Oct 12-tf
Job work of all kinds done at
this office.

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