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LISIIED 1845. J"WEIR Y9 (. C. TIIU1"l'JSDAY, 1IE"1 ;Ei ? 5. 189PRC 1OAY
CH OF THE ELFOW. ti':ial l':tnwr. _\:i-;!e atit Co-op
- atve,no:o .\ttl -ri('a. thet tr.)lngt
ance of Knights anl Far- .- j.i i.. t U>II4 o Ile world
A Mighty Army that can
olitic of the Country. w\! I rI' r l' 1 I'! s .
Th ti" ee'.l:ir':ttis'Il 1 i urpo'eq Of [1:
New York HI("rald.1 Ihw.:::::inat1itn4z1 o: Far::ers' sr ie
Mo., Novemeht'r 24.-- ties to be adop(ted at the (ol\nelti(on
r Powder!V jru:llv rIeads as follw:
note on his silv''r whiis- 'rofIou:idi\y iImj,r;'ssed( that .', the"
mion over halt a l iiillion Ia'1ers ot Acerica, who are united by
were Imalny timid je)- tle srtng anli fait liul ti's of tinalcial
I such a vast, solid array and ha'nle inter'st-. thouldi: wlel o1
against the rest danger galnized1 into an association, set lortlh
lnd hlarmOny of the UoIr- lur declaratin 'I 11 teitituns, we t ilee
Sthousand is an army 1. Ti labor for the eduicationl of thle
sed. Gent. Grant never agricultural classes in the science of
ded so large a ;oIdy. et"u)iunli! ;"c,\ in a strictly 11011
little ,Zervia to the _reat i partis:ul I j.l lt,aIi t4 itriug abot a
or coIljprison to tihe !'tr e k-ct til of SaI(I -asses.
w1ose repres^ltative. _ 1at W ell"II eq ual rights to
this city in the early ai i' sjteei:l tavors tc) tione.
- ionth. MIr. 'owderly .1'lat we "(t u rtt t) i he )1 hii j ie
the silver off a br!"lanl ( ;e .il;t:e Otll(c seek Iile 111, ill
fore he could1 raise suchl stea(Iu:" til:"e a:ein: the tic.
will answer thle far- j4. 'jo'"nu rsc the 11nOtt1), 1It1 tllitt s
vanl the Texan. essettial tillity, att(! in all is
m a coprtniinof of far- slaaidae.
Y s that plough ul) and ). 1t wi'e(p a I., :alr rteigt:tal;,t
soil to keejt it healthy~ ~ al :i seialfV I lalealiv.
uee our griddle cakes l. 'J t-ale a1 let ter' Un(11lerstai 4lin
But ''even a wu rnt will fur -lutait.. g Tur cit'il oldi!"rs pic Iitipl
his I'arnoers' Alliance tallil wh ! a: e i o:hder.
here o Dhecier :, sea ' (uithe:it sti:e to Sei'e en
represented ,_')il) of tire i rarell":1\" and h(otod wil t t hi tn
is, cThl with a vote, 1:1t1( andt lJ:,t!ilv'l love alnol Ul i,11'
ed thev would all turn sel es.
lO rllj)l)pi'e5 jr_i- il:li, 1O lo, rtt
0-TO~! I NIEED). t iottal anid lantiott:i 1,11t u(Iiclt, all 1;11
l:catltui 1'ivalry" aul(1 ail ze-iflshla 'i
ho listoen with eaer- tiOi.
tal of a fan that half 5. To del a b, I t I m'nt ally,
_-oi t kepi halhymo:y, : i4ocially \ and s \iachially. ;a
its of Labor i ere to cri'e ae a :wido\s b ndet ondhing
'ta- lines the polic l of a sitali .ngu,r):ti\e eOnlili:us are t
ates, and either hetter ! Visit tilt 1)ut:1!s w'lle1l"e lare"''rated' hlts t
hist while I tell toaiilw ad' Irde llllu(er.'r
it IS llntc2pl'eii to me, o )tth!"r orntt sre t secue en-"
ggregationd (If toilers alla
care ,Oe the a vidood't lov ae l,a.o our
for peae wud prte - I oels to er.ise el'cy tu:I
hoto els:tstre wt eaOtite at11 r-els
U a n d r ed y ii( 1 fl it \ i n t e i r 1 l a )t tat h'a tl ! h a lI t: ', r l t iII
S, or that nutliiter of huii"r: \" ()f pt'pose antl g(t(,t ll,tel
in so elose aw Orgali tOlis t Othe's, and toto jttet tile )ti jii
the arnlers' Ai liayle, eiplcs Of t}e Natof"t'll Fam ters'
ali21 anyv c)itI l . rtIz altlee and( tCO-oOe!'atiit" llul 11i1
ate,lan Illearl a Ibller- dt h. I la d
populatitn. I i this its carme,nal oloetrilt:s inspire pnrlty tf
h_re are tie tolughts -tought and life., its illtention is,
fople cho ere scared '''e(()u earth au(i ruu(l-\ill to il.'
I of Knights of La- Of course the are mere gitteriig
e shall see. gt:lllti:s, the crganit-r o1 the
HiS - ASf ACY? band With ulicll they gird ui e their
re doe l s vast ari loins tainy the tight. c1oet ertairly-tirf
liable statnstic are ui- actio. speak louder than majr(rs, ali !
ttainialnle, excee)t as to t he' al\\Ways dt) ill altytig l)utt j)Oliti"'s
rtion of the cotult r3. --(11)11'ttilltel(l good wiiil to all I2aitkinl,
roei that section are r they have treatd "tie trusts'
! shatnefull!\ Out \\' st t ,u ),'"
oeho before had to In
Ouu~ 'irginli t..... : ,,()Yt) get a reaper, hIas fou
O rhallnessee..11,t04) Of tie -oerative
tw) Rettueke,.. t ,I0 -outhl tile result of
1)O .\'kall.oas.. t (t:0)Q tileJute a zi T
grei r doeiis vatIrm
(h) itt.'..... .U I-'1,00)Alt~X~A
eiUthe stattes ar eun - i v
-ltinableet, eptasa t hsbe ul
rtio hof thee corgn-y, ierlij,
ttse ofatheulorivalrandndlall ililgstllati
e o y.~.1u ~he dru.hstje-lcwaellgr
s gone aredtiargoofgwidows andetrphand
d iiii(iuaisndu iutsti isubrtiecn:dsaet
eehnrelofterakS far thewiwsaiedatth
* aoas; oee caiytwr
oOener;(o1ontrN ors ndded
1>; i:k of Faritiers et al ........... , 4.
This i- onily ('net wayLV of p,utting'. it, of
c'urse, :l;l may b" e onid.red a prarti
Sill one. But it is only inltended1 to
sh,)w that, nit tter what thle leaolling
que.t.ioi lin:y he ifl,re the contltrv at
tihe next Presidential election, if-it is
ole directly atli-etini the interests of
thes-e two Vast steret t'r. tanizationls, inl
the"ir' h:. 141- liies t he batlatice of l,1>liti1":l
p,ow;er to be wield-:d1 at will.
Th'lis pl,itical comb11linationl may result
lro(i at!alglationl. It iS niot its purl
pose", how ev"er. G;reat ;'aiatl:uwl com
mercial objects are inl view, and the-e
are the de-iderata leaders aim at.
1'erhallp it will he the birti of a new
politiial pirty. Perhaps it will tear
(ownt the (Ild taritf lines, atblhli.h the
autocracy of anl elmlillioled United
Stites Setate, ail start the countrr on
a f:air triIe ia-i;. Whio kn"w)'.?
i:utnna1 i"ties aott the 31mit")ori. of t1h WVar
and Contrasts tlen wvith the "Piping
Titnes of Peacte."
"l'e:i(- hath lier victorit"s lilore re
In) vwtd thltn w"ar.
W"e all1 ac(eelt th1is timte-hiontlred
ma:xim; but we don)tt think Inuchi ab,out
it nh-sS we have been illn war1 and Can
-:-w tie coiitrast. Our cllibi(ri (lon't
appr>tiate it, for rulOst of us tell themr
the hrigit, tihrillin, ierie side of the
late ter'rible conttliet :and leave out the
dark pictures of horr'or and suflf-ring
aiti Ojlpressioln. Youn I1111en have an
idea that a little tighting is a li-- thing,
and the ;girls all love a hero, but exp,e
rielice takes the gloIr all away and
le.ves the iitl mttOredeeply imptjressed
with the victorics of peace. liedl
lan d ariei and i l-I n ged p e('ae,
1i.:kets th.e picture of (a'ntr'aSt per1ftect.
Th law -!le(eps dluringr war. I sobi a
b,uitcher a cow to-day :u1 I was 1rum1i
tautit ng how " I used to ta:ke thlem ty
frce 1and hardly take tile to .p(,1o
ih- in etl, at \Wiiehester ( il
ra:l art(mw siat for le and put le oil
lt"u;titii o s ex e(It that tie i m el of h is
Ibrigaide miiust he fed. That evening we
start(ed on a fored(1 1111teb to Man:s:ts
to figh.t the first treat 'attle. By
torch light the soldiers crossed tile
htinandlouh river, wading up to their
t : lphs and hoh(ling their gunls and'1
..:.rdg(es above their heads. Wet;s
hiirliiots they hurried on to Piedtmt
where they were to take the ear for
the battle ground. They were fr'
an( hudnr;ry1'?. (92 ;:. Ba*tow se f'i
I.iki a fishtrr:l1!I N"ho gives I ltw tr)t:t
p)tllty of line nitil it is tired Iown. i
giveI these II1(Iignlant andl djei)-riin,(d
w\Oieint, plenty of lite and put (oIl Ily
k:ilneslt"s, . entlest dilnm!anlor awul mladet
love to the chillrtt and ac"tualit Ic
r("ptedl a (0old inv\itation to dlinner'., atndi
byv sunlowln I i etdt 1 2o) th(w mor,n t0'o
1lt(e have .!u har reslt urg;d 1 iwml
to send off tlte r)"onlin(iadr right away'.
I amd glad to say that :0 ll( }t roperty I
impressed was paid fior at Riehmnnl.
There is a right way ani a wrong way
to ilo these un!piasallt thin--gs. I rt
Iioeli bcr re:lint allot! a kind hta-:r!te.
thief who, tiniig a in:mil asl'('Ip ol his
bed. r)oled hin of his wtat)oh :11
his inleV au( ti-it so Sory flr hill Ihat
he( le'aned( over ainl k:isuced hiln befor1e"
hle :eft himtl.
Later oil, toward the cI)1se of t h :1r,
wenl our pIeOp1 were in :ii a dles1erto
condjition1, 1 ktnew\ an (11l man v.;ht>
\Vas apI'oachedl by sOn:e law, less ill
ll"Is ::gIiIts alid !rke k(-\ of his 5nloki"
hOuse deic-tanded"(. Ill Vain he ph-adedit(
that his tiur i(os w\I"re in it ar"imy\
fti(l his sOn1s-in1-l1aw too, and he had a
houtseholdl (if chlibIreln and1 grandcihil
dren to provide for, :a11l 11 ggdI themn
to let his limlited suplt1ie(:s alon11. .At
last ie went up1t stairs andl s'ototd :it a
wcindtow\ thait ',verl,oked1 thle silnoke
h(otse d1 oor and1 tohol iltl h, hdol two
dlouble-b)arreil shot gunlls loaded 'Iwi II
buckshot, that te hl1 1but a few ye"(I's
mnore to live anyway", and that thet firlt
nlan who apporoachedl that door ;,;Id
butter soy his Irayers and mlake his
peace uit; oid. il a few m nililits
tley" left himt and fouid easier p1rey inl
the samue vicinityv.
I w\:as riuiiilating aboutt the slow
progress of our c(ourts w Io ires0tef
with the quick despatch of niilitaV
tribunals. I recall the trial of t\\wo 'n
at ( 'entre uvi during the war--w "o
so)ldliers who) committed a erini( (one
mornin!_ and were tried that V in g
atbl were. shiot thle neuxt mornIiig' at,
sunrise. Then I recall the,vwiftest
electiol that ever octi l'r(di h h istoly.
(apt. andler, of the aanks ('ounty
(=uarls. resignedI o;" at?count of ill
health, and whilIwe were oi the re
treat fro Yoli 1"townl, an election was
ordleredj to fil1the Vacane\y. The (0om
pany stopp", beside the road zind began
Sc~afnd the Vote, and just then
,olme couriers came galloping by and
;aid the Yankee cavalry was ouinog
n like a tortindo, and the boys hus
ae(d u111 and struck a trot to catch up
itl the rear gua.rd, and as they hur
Iig totinl(r (t 0 ... --t - 43 l,13
Pa'ir h a Iwelb' ''1 vj"
w trd lti et f r in . . 1o t e In :e -
tutide thef1 fob.' - d 1" 1 - 1 e
rt1te d iat, . Iet t 'aVe' thl. it to .r(
the r, 11. PA. > \1r'wir who"anl I
see lln(re thl) r l is hu e n(: i111;i'd il:
-heetaecles anl, nore thin:r - n ed twI!t(l
:t one and t) ne time than m11Ot 1
MIethodlist pr t : oil wriltrI'I ;r' t he
p)r( - 1[lhave Ielt, :,l:t .V - , i"
Of the iltlpreS luOh." uaT : ai'n" a
teilar p+lye hi piteiw i by tbi 'r' t e1
1lg vi l 1will It"r i o (-"I:1M_ o
(r 1re0 ' e tly impress hlie ( irver
withl thle avr eofit ian ,
tiw posses .of thel p1!'nli;ar (I!:Io Itiu sb
tf m in e arl" e'1 t(41 i: d t1 dtI ll
t") to tu e .a c ) I1' e , i t '- i i .
their fe' ' in ay".' th -i t4 lif. lllll h i
such ai b+ athat1n'w a-mle d in i
the litti 'iek chur"ht 3 hii ter t'an1 tEn
MetOl - worshi).
The iiers al age41 t' -, a11d1 Of
all O litd kinds tO I'r :is ollut.ari
aI te" Ce iS "onere d;t"l hu:i 'hee a i
spiri diilpliditn~~ whmo Il'
w (ii nk' s th e m a i in d t ": " t h -
er, at"ch to the oetr, as they itein
ihe dt"lvet. a it ia broth e( 1 in
Whi, tl).e :att r;u itt f truliy' reear
nal1 lation), kindnelts-, .:ta elit(n, fer
bea>e:L (t nd: ea:t 1W)"r u:e ant1he':
inltet't, Ipir:itual ::nd ma:0 itnu ar"e
,ct' '(antly' ext'mp)llil . .
'The: cor'dial greeting, the t ii, in g
'ia'rp of the handl which mk:S hand
biakinig mleani somU tl bing, 1!( be Itlrtty
)I the heart, are never 1ieI:ing;.
The gray-ha1iiredi sUjpertnnua;tted( I)'ca
her wh -ol) has eare the rre(" ft'
aiors the ejo.t)Y , :-its be ite it b alearl
essaplicntf' adll!-(I mi'io In itIa.
Tihe dligiiedl elder"1S, Who have
,aped the har ve.t oifyknars of hShor, if
tr'uggle, of1 5 1rroW, p)erha1'- l p I-bu t )e
>itternest-- ndI look l(t;-w.'rid to) lt'
Jose of1"a career thecy have s((ughlt to
nake ustful, touchi elb4ws With thle
ounger preachers 1,ollowming in thei
'OotStep"S on circuit, inl mii--itn work:,
rf at such ebarges as have been."i aa
There are f'athers high in the regarn
an(l respect of the C'hur("h whot)s(ee
their soin-andi in the ease If Aev. Mr.
A\ttaway their sonls-staritit', inl the
..lie I)t h of the \Methodli-t i!ineracy
-I on occasion, and which experience
s prove+l look as far into things as is
-ible for mere mortal organs of
oni. h ain brightly over, not through, th
pair o gold-bowed spectacles set s
ride a nose which no one can dis- L
to is strictlV l:c)nan. From a high e
hclieadl is carelessly pulshed back an
linlan'e of iron gray hair, of the
en;Iess whieb indicates high hr ig,a
( outside tile liullian f' y-.
A1s at pre--iuling oicer the Bishop
>s,cSSes both the dignity and decision S
-cessary for success, and inl a quiet
a. p:rh:ps all the more ellective on T
:at accoulit, is able to puishoin the
;cecIinas of a not very business-like
:!y. 1; in;_ accustoned to talking at
In1>st all times and places, it is ditli- e
l;t for the brethren on this occasion i
Srtstrain their predilection, but with
e:le aid ofa word, sometimes a look, 1
in the Bishop are assisted to do so. e
The presiding elders, ten in nuiber,
inpioje ihe Bishop's "eaiinet," as it
termedc,in which are discussed and r
hiv aippointml enlt of preachers to the
,eli df ulity to which each is deemed 1
est littedi is :tranged.
'lhey are each and every one repre
dntative Meothist who have seen
rvice in every department of church
vork and have risen to their present
rwin ;ence by proven merit and the
-xhilbition ofexecutive ability.
The Presidig Elders are: Rev.
ie--rs. .1. Marion Boyd of the Charles
On )istriet; S. 11. Jones of the Colui
i1 I )isuict, so well and favorably
uoWi 'o our liomte people; A. M.
llritizberg, one of tile "Fathers of the
iUli ch"iii South Carolina, of the Ches
Ler I)i-trict; A. .1. (authen of the Cokes
i.ai:y and J. E. Beasley of the Sumllter;
Wi. C. Power, who hasproven worthy
hi lp.;truiyiic by his able labors for
the Florence 1)i,trict; A. J. Stokes, the
iudlcfatiable and versatile Elder of
Marion District; T. J. Clyde of Orange
,urg, .1. Walter Dickson of Ureenville,
aid lie staunch and well-equipped T.
C:. Ileriert of Spartanburg Distriet,
ciiiletes the list.
A TEIUIIFIC CYCLONE.
i)a, ihatih and Devaatiation in Buford
('onuty, N. C., Nine Persons Killed and
1 wenty or Thirty Injured.
LSpecial to the Register.
Ciaimf-rrE, N. C., Nov. 29.-One of
tie it' st disastrous cyclones ever
known in the history of North Caro
na passed over a portion of Buford
Conity yesterday. S far, nine persons
are re ort k L enti
(,ov. Iichard=on, in accor <uwe witlh
e requiremnents of the Constitut ion,
bmlitted his allnnual m11esSage to the
,,gislature. The following pois were
The -tate (eb it is compo-ed of si1o(-%s
ld bonds as follows:
-t ln. POW fun(
;tle :t .;) per cenl........
.cond clas. I"'n bo I nds
a(d ieks air de-ti
ene"v h'',id! all1 tor"i: '( " -"i
bond(1: and sirt'l-s.........-'
Trrota ......... ........ ...............---- .,:5 . l.-"2
Ihe (GoV'ernr re enl:, that
irly action b;. takt"n for the -ettle
Lent of the dei-t knowin as the Brown
'onso9,,anonltiniig to ab1u-it -ix mii
.On1 dollr', b,!aingl_ six per vent. inlter
st per anm:in. p. i:ble semui-aniinu al,
lhich inhatures .J uly 1st, 1s. A plan
tvj ised b' Jie;.s'irr'r \I (" %r was sub
nitted. 'he; following is the plin:
:he (weneraA should at the
essio:i of 1" 'i ;.as :n :tei :io; hurizin:g.,
lie issuing of b,ond= and stock (inter
1hangeable one for the other as lin the
:ase of the Brown Consolsi, hearing 4
er cent. interest per annunm, payable
;emi-annually in such aioun lit as can
ie exchanged for Brown (tnsois, sail
uonds and stock to be issued (uring the
-ear 1590, and to mature in fifty years
from that time, which will be in 1940.
As an inducement to the holders of
the Brown Consols to exchang_ them
for the 4 per cent. honds, let the
treasurer be authorized to pay the
difference in interesi from the date of
exehange up to date of maturity of the
Brown Consols, which is July, 1S3, in
And if the new bond- cann,t be ex
changed at par, then authorizo them to
be exchanged at a less simi, but in no
case less than ninety-seven dollars per
hundred. The difference hetween the
sum for which the rew bonds are
sold and the par value should also be
paid in cash from a fund approp*iated
for that purpose.
As it would make the new bonds and
stock more desirable as investments if
prompt and certain payment of the in
terest w.s assured, I would recommend
that in ad _tition to the guarantee now
given by the State to secure paytn
the principal and interest of the
Consols, that the phosphate ro
ceived by the State be pledg
set ap:trt for that purpose a
The Governor heartil
THE w INTrIIO1' SC
This School is accolM
ir ti y VouIg woma o
testate and is re
CLAF IN CoLLEU
The management of this
vom:ihnended and an ap
).(j)() is asked.
NT!TI:TION FOR THE
IUM1 AND BLI
The buildings are in excel
ion and the grounds neat - - pt.
nititutionl is conduictedwith the
igid economy, the cost per capita
:hg Z153 per an! uIml, the lowest among
he twenty-four other similar institu
i"Ins in this Country.
U:h acroiunt of the increased nu
>f l-ils and the necessity for re
LIl increa-e asked for by the boar
"onn1issio!iers is recommended.
AGRICUL URAL DEPARTMENT.
The work of the Agricultural Dep
-unlt is suunnltarized and commend
1ue growthl of the phosphate iute
if the State, from an experi
twenty years ago to a vast ind
now, yield ing onte-lifti f-h ev
for the State government, is 110
Tie pho.,phate litigation has
en'lel iu a man ner entirely satisfac
to the State. The efforts of the de
lieit to prevent the spread of co
ous diseases among cattle are rec
and appreciated. The special
sent by the department to the
Exposition prepared and prin
attractive pamphlet setting tort
resources and advantages, and
good is expected to grow out of
well directed labor. The niuseut
the department is now well filled
the natural and nianufactured prod
of South Carolina, handsomely an
THE EXPERIMENT STATI 'S
The work of the experim
has been greatly systematiz
veloped within the last year.
three farms numerous well-'
series of experiments are no
way, bearing upon such ques
the value of fertilizers, new va
our stapie crops, new plants,
of culture, rotations, feeding
stock, etc. The careful duphi
these tests calls for more th
plats. At the laboratories in C
illvestigations are in progress
to the pllysictl properties of s
diseases of farm animals and
noxious and beneficial insects
history of the cotton plant, i
the study of its root d