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ESTABISHE 185 _NWBERRY S. C., FRIDAY, MAIRCII1S, 1898. T WICE A WEEK, $1.50) A YER/L
SPAIN WANTS OUR
VESSELS LEAVE CUBA
IT 18 NOT ISELIEVE) THAT THE IEE
QUEST WILL EVEN IE CONSINl'EI).
MInister Ilernarbo Calls Upon the Setre.
tary of State and Assistant secretary Day
Makes a Very Signifleadt; Statement.
Government Huying Warsips in For.
t ign Lands to Replace Warships "Dr.
stroyed in Foreign Waters"-Tho
Mayflower Alought and WVII lie
Converted Into a Torpedo
[Special to Atlanta Journal.]
Washingt( i, March 1G.-Spain
has protested against our naval dis
play in Cuban waters and has asked
what our preparations mean. The
protest was the outcome of the first
official visit of Sonor Polay Bernarbo
to the State department sinco his re
Assistant Secretary of State Day
declined to give a definite respor so
to the Spaniard regarding the con
tinued preparation of war vessels in
Cuban waters, but in reply to the
question as to why we were buying
war ships 'a foreign waters ho said,
as far as I uan learn:
"We are purchasing war vessels
in foreign waters to take the placo
of the battleship that was lost in
No one believes here a moment
that Spain's domand that wo with
draw our ships from Havana will b0
met. it has become evident hure
that the prediction made in these dis
patches by Quesada that Spaiu
would try to delay matters further
by more promises of autonomy, were
well founded. There is now hardly
any doubt that the now minister's
special mission to this country is to
secure our co-operation in a now au
tonomy scheme for Cuba.
The Spanish minister's request for
the United States to withdraw our
ships from Havana is based on this
plan. The United States is inform d
that the presence of battleships in
Cuban ports is a hinderance to Spain
in carrying out her program of per
focting autonomy. The oflicial re
plies of this country to these requests
have not yet ben made, but it is
thought that they will be such as to
propitiate Spain or further jeopardize
the igterests of tile Cuban insurgen.s.
ANOTHER SHIP 3OUGHT.
In pursuanco of tile expressed do
termination of the President yester
day to continue preparations for
war, Secretary Long has practically
closed the deal for another vossel.
The vessel in question is tile May
Ilower, a steam yacht built by Ogden
Gilette. its deck is p)rotected and
it is one of three fast yachts in thle
world. It will 1)0 fitted1 cut as a
tor pedo dispatch boat. This n ill
make three vessels purchased out
righlt by the governzumit in onlOe wotk.
In addition to this Secretary Long
has the option on tile dynamite
throwing gunboat Nicheroy, whic-h
can be closed as5 soon ats host ilit'os5
The President has endorsed t he
purchase of tile May flower and Sec
retary Long hats ordered the boat to
pr-oceed to New York at once.
PREsIDENT RlEADY TO AcT.
The President is quoted by a S< n
tor today as saying:
"I would rathler see my admin's
tration an ignominmous failure than
that it should be responsible for an
This shows that tile President,
whlile preparmng vigorously for war
fare, is praying to avoid one, if pos
This same Senator said:
"The President will maintain the
honor of the country and1 insist
upon full reparation for the Maine
disaster, incieental to recog'nizinrg
the indiependence of Cuba. I do niot
thinik he will be swerved from this,
tihe main issue, b)ut I do expect to
see hlim secure Cnbau independer ce
without a wvar. Ho.w, I dlon't knowv,
nor do I think lie does at this
NAVAL APPROPRIATION BIIL.
When the naval appropriation hill
is finally reported to the House it
will more closely resemble tihe naval
budget of Groat Britain than ever
before un the score of oonomy. TIhe
appropriations for increae ofthe
navy have beon kept. down in recent
years, but this time attempts to
hold back the committee will prove
futile. As tho bill stands today it
provides for throo now battleships,
six torpedo boats and six topedo
boat destroyers. The aggregato
cost of this groat addition to the sea
power of the United States will be
at least fifteen raillion doUars.
CHILL & FEVER
A Large Appropriation for This ECxperi
Washington, March 15. -The post
office appropriotion bill which camo
up for consideration in the house to
day contains an item of $150,000 for
rural free delivery during the next
This is $100,000 more han the post.
offlco department had available for
the same purposo during the present
yea'. In addition to the first niamed
amount tho postmaster general may
use for the purpose stated a sum
equal to tho aggregato compensation
of postmasters, cost of mail transpor
tation, star route service and mail
messenger service that way be dis
continued by reason of the establish
ment of rural free delivery.
Experiments that have been con
dueed already by the department
show that the establishment of rural
delivery in wlii!h there is a hoarty
co-operation of the communities in
terested, tho discontinnance of the
oflices of a number of fourth-closs
postmasters and of the services of
other employes can be afTected, so
there will be a considerable balance
to be added to the goncral fund of
$.150,000 to defray tho e.xpouses of
free delivery service in which econ
omy cannot be pract iced.
In One Day.
McClure's Magazino1 for April \vill
contain four short stories by nowv
writers. It is remarked as signifi
cant~ of a turn from the recent mor
b)id and discour-aginag tendency 2in
fiction that all of these new writers
look upon01 life wvithl a decidedly
The next ins5tlmenOt of C. A.
Dana's "Reminiscences" (in 11ho April
MuCluro's) will give Mr. Dana'e im
pressions of Linicolin uand the several
memb)ers of the Lincoln cabinet
p)articularly Sewa rd and Chiase-as
Mr. Dana saw them oficially and so
cially, (day and might, (luring the
nmost excitinp part of the war. Tihe
pap~er will be illustrated wvith por
traits from tlie Government Collec
tion of War Photographs.
The April McClure's wvill contain
a series of heroic stories of the Go
don Highlande-s, w~hoso gallaht a1s
sault at Dargni last autumni sent their
fame ringing round the eart h. Their
behavior at Dargai, notwithstanding
the praise it has justly brought them,
was no0 now feat for the Gordons
they have b)een doing just that sort
of thing for a hundred years; and thet
article mn McClure's wvill tell the story
of a number of their thril ing ach ieve
ments. It will be fully i:lst rated.
Hamlin Gar-land has written foi
the April McClure's, "A R~omance of
W all Street." It is the true stor-y of
the Grant and WVard failuire, a most.
dramatic and pain-stirring event ini
its day, but now pas1sing rapidly out
of remembor-ance. Mr. (Garlauid, in
writing this story, has had access to
In McCluro's M~lagaziine for- April,
Herbert K Hamnblon will r-elate his
autobiography as a passenger eni
geer, telling of collisions wvith excur
sion trains n'ed encounters with train
rob)bers, and also descrilng how he
helped to organlize and lead a great
strike among railr-oad men. The
article will be illustrated with draw
ings from life by WV. n. mmevn
Gov. Ellerbk Will
CoRmand Our Troops,
E IKLIICE WARIt WITH SPAIN 18
ALMOST A CERTAINTY.
Tailks Foitly About Situation--Thes Orders
Hie Hits Alrently Ipsuet to the State Vol.
ititeer Troop-Mther Prepari.
tionn Ielog Made.
(The State, 16th.)
At last the Governor of South Car
ulina comes out unequivocally, says
he believes war is inevitable, an
tiounces his intention to order out
tho State troops the moment they are
needed, and declares that he will
bimself load the soldiers to the front.
This is the first time the Gove-nor
has 3poken and it is tl o ight that he
has had some advices.
Last night he gave the press the
"Governor, what do you think of
the prospect of war with Spain?"
"War is a very serious matter and
ihould not at any, timo be undortaken
3xcopt for special and sufficient roa
ions. If, however, the court of in
luiry decidos that the Spanish gov
rnment is responsiblo for the blow
ng i p of the Maine it seems to me
hiat var is inevitahb. The dastard
.y act of taking t he lives of 256 un
)uspecting American seaiiiin while
juietly sleeping in a friedly port
l1ould not be treated lightly by any
intion of courage. Tbo converva
ive policy which has been pursued
>y the administration is to be much
"If war be declared and yon are
alled upont what do you propose to
"I would order out the State troops
"How many men could yon put
>ut on short notice ?"
"I have about 5,000 armed and
,quippod, who would respond to a
nan and light a circular saw to pro
,oot the honor of the American flag."
"W ho would you put in command?"
"If the troops of my State are put
a the field I will take command my
;elf. I havo ordered Adjutant Gen
ral Watts to fully equip every com
any and direct the captains to re
-ruit their coipanies to the numbers
'ENIAL sTOPPEni.EiN OFFEnRs is Bni.
GADE OF CAVALRY.
lopresenative J. \V. Stokes of
iouth Carohna has received a letter
trom Geni. Joseph L. Stoppelbein,
,omimanding the First brigade, South
Jarolina cavalry. After commend
ig Mr. Stokes for his recent speech
'i Congress in favor of the $50,000,
)00 appropriation for the national
lefense, he adds:
"The people of South Carolina
stand ready and willing to shed thaeir
Mlood in defense of the stars and
stripes, and if ever our people were
Ilnitedl they are today. We know no
factional or party lines when the
honor of the country is at stake. As
you, knowv, 1 command the largest
biody of cavalry in the United States,
my command and I are at the ser
vices of the President, and while I
uinderstar'd that mil1itia cannot be
pressed into service for a longer
period1 than 90 days, I now, through
you, formally tender my services to
the President in the volunteers for
DO months if neced be. The people
of South Carolina have imp)licit con
idence in the wvisdom of the Presi
dent at this critical moment and feel
that he wvill do the proper thing."
Mr. Stokes presented General Stop
ple)in's Jotter to the President to
clay fter cabinet mcoeting.
DO. ELL,ERnfE TELLS wHAT HIE MEANs nJY
(The State, 17th.)
Governor Ellerba's war pronuncia
mento) declaring his intention to take
the field and p)rotect the State from
invasion should it become necessary
was widely discussed in the city yes.
t(orday. Especially 'was this true
among the men who take the most
inteos'ts in such things and who have
already signed their intention of vol
u nteoring should hostilition between
this count ry aod Spain begin.
While many (10 not 500 how, uin.
der the laws on the subject, the Gov
ernor would have the right or au
thority to take such action, his p08i.
tion met with general favor. South
Carolina was the first State to secede
from the Union, and the first State
in which a shot was fired in the Civil
War, and it was gratifying to many
that in the present war scare her
Governor should be the first to de
clare his intention of fighting should
it be necessary.
Governor Ellerbe y.sterday further
explained what he meant by taking
command of the State troops.
He knew, he said, that in event of
a war he %,uld have no authority to
march at the head of the State
troops beyond the borders of South
Carolina; nor would he, but it must
be borne in mind that this State has
a considorable sea coast, which being
near the seat of war would be more
exposed than that of almost any
other State with the exception of
Florida. Should the Spanish fleet
appear off some of our soaports and
bombard them or attempt to land
small detachments of troops at un
defended points for the purpose of
ravaging and harrassing the surroud
ing country, then he would take coin
mand of the troops. Only in such
contingencies as these and to protect
the State itself would Goverror El
lerbe take charge as comimander-in
The Governor is taking measures
to protect Port Royal by the placing
of torpedoes and submarine mines
in that harbor. Should a Spanish
gunboat then attempt to enter the
harbor it would experience the same
fate as the Maine.
Dozens of letters of injury are re
ceived daily both by the Governor
and the Adjutant General. Ques
tions about war and how the writer
may become a soldier are asked. A
largo proportion contain offers of
BIG GUNS BOUGHT IN EUROPE.
secretary Alger Orders Ills Agent in Lon
don to mlose Contract for Thirty-Two
Six-Inch Rapid Fires.
Washington, March IO.-Seeretary
Alger obtained from President Mc
Kinley today the executive approval
for an allotment of $2,500,000 out of
the $50,000,000 national defense ap
propriation for the immediate use of
the ordnance department of the
A cablegram was sent to the agent
of the ordnance department in Lon
don instructing him to close the con
tract for the purchase of thirty-two
six-inch rapid fire guns, for which
preliminary arrangements wvere made
some days ago. It is expected that
the formalities of the contract will
be completed and1 the shipment of
thme guns will begin tomorrow.
The department has not du!iinkoly
decided where the guns shall be
mounted, but most of them will pro
bably be used to complete the arma
nment of points on the Southern coast,
where heavy sea guns cannot readily
be placed in position. A. W. B.
Carrylng Three of the Five Columnbia
[Special Greenville News.~]
Columbia, S. C., March 15.--By a
majority of 257, as nowv figured, Col.
T. J. Lipscomb has just been nom
inated mayor of Columbia. Theovot
ing was heavy.
Lipscomb carried three wards; in
Ward 4 the vote being 327 against
72 for Sloan.
Tholm railroad vote wvas for Lips
comb and the factory vote was large
ly for Sloan.
The council, except one, was nam
ed in the first democratic primary.
(cOUnT AT KEY~ IWEST.
Mensblers Arrived 'Ihere on the Mlanagrovo.
Key West,M Mrch 10.-The mUted
States lighthouse tender Mangrove
arrived here this morning from Ha
vana, having on board the mnemb)ers
of the United States naval court of
inquiry appointed to inquire into the
loss of the battleship Mamne.
The torpedo boat Porter sailed
this mornrig for the Tortugas Is.
lands with mrail for the fleet.
Don't an noy others by your eougilng, and
rlik your lifo by negectnuc a cold. O)ne Mini
nn~p. an1 all t and lun aro rou
TILLM.AN ON 001.) nUGS.
le Tells the Maryland Democrats l'hda
Truthe Abut Their Conditlm.
[Balt iwore Herald, 1l1th.]
"There is one thing," said Sona
tor Benjamin R. Tillman, of South
Ca olina, while addressing a largo
an. enthusiastic audience at Raine'S
Ho 1 last night under the auspices of
the Democratic Committoo of '90,
"ir which we can join hands with our
go: -bug friends, and that is in (I
for je of the national honor.
' It is gratifying to me that I w -s
ab; > to do consistontly a fow dn -s
age in the United Statos Sonato .in
act in which Deociirat., Populist 1,
Re )ublicans, gol'bugs and silv.!r
me i all joined together enthusisl i
cal y, and that was in voting an a;.
prc )riation for national defonis.
(0 -eat applause). It illust-rates, to
my mind, that there is ono thing
tha we all can join together in, ard
tha - is defending the American flag.
WI on it comes to our nationai hkon<1 r
we mow no pairty or fact.ion." (1E
thu iiastic apl)lauso and cries f
'Yc A are right!')
enator Tilhnani's address was a
chat -actoristic one, and bristlod wi: '
den.inciations, which highly pleast J
the audienco prosont.. Atij. Jo. i.
Yellot, of Baltimorn County, 'pr
sidud, and opened tie meting with
a clever little speech, in which he do
fined the theories of froo silvor.
When Senator Tilhman cane to the
front of the stage ho wis grooted
with long and loudi applause. io
said, in part:
"You have hoard much abuse of
me through the captialisitc ress,
and no doubt think 11o a strangen
article. But the peoplo often love
men for the onomies they havo malde.
I h ive received a little free advertie
ing from the goldbug dailies. 1Ut.
whi.t of that? If you traco back our
cou itry's history you will find thwt
the -e were other public mon er -
title d to the recollection of th
Am irican people who woro ah.)
abuied by an opposition pros .
Jef orson was the target of the abut -
of olutocratia papers, and so wi s
Jac <son, and so was Lincoln. 3t,
alti ough they were denounced by
nemspapern, the poplo ralliod to
the r support. You are also ignor
ant of me as I am in reality, as well
as i ou are of the true mnerit of fre(v
sily ir, because you havo not a single
neN%spaper in this city to advocate
frei silver, arind that stands for )omo.
cra ic principles. You aro blin< -
fob ed, because you are kept mn it -
nor mco by thle goldbug press. The y
kee >you in ignioranco and 'then ask~
yors to vote their ticket intelligent 1.
I c, mno before you as the apostle ..f
the only Democracy.
[ am the apostle of the new~
Dem ocracy and of that palrt.y wvhichu
has issued a neow Declarationi of Indo
por, lence. You must study ther
linr. acial quest.ions of the hour and1
enl.ghton yourselves if you would l
fre<. Sophistry anfd falsehood
nov your daily food as furnishled i
the daily press. ln 18906 the D1)
mnotracy of Maryland, as rnled I y
your bosses, contonted1 itself wvi 11
adc ptmng a gold standlard1 platfor ci
and sent a delegation to the Chica; c
Co01 vention. But wvhen' Wlhlia
Jennings Bryan wvas n1omYinaIted I ,
thaw convention the coneio of sonal
of your leaders was niot ani hionei1
onie, and you were st abbed in the
house of your friends. La1st siununei
you did poorly because tIhe paIrt)
straddled. All things were all1 thmingi
to all men. And you were defeated
as you (teserved to be.
''No maln is lit to lead a people un
less lhe is dispOood to be hmoneet witll
his followers. Thel1 q1uestion of thIi
hour is whether the people or' mlone;'
shnl1 rule. It is p)luItoracey or De)
rio2racy or genuine IfepuliOcnis1
T1hie oppone110 ta of free silver wan
(d01 r dollars anid ceanp men0. ThI,
dei ounce the new D)omocracy as8 ni'
"And yet the condi(itionl of it
we king pecople of t his countr1y I
dIa! is a nmora galling servitude thIm
that of f.he black slaves of ant
be hum days. Th'le negroes of t n
oh South woro behtter o)ff than1 r.i
the miners of Pennsylvania toda;,
?1n sanllnd Clenel6an ide of
Imooracy m11onis five whitt slaves for
every bi ck ono that used to exist.
You hav , been bamboozeld by the
politicia H for yours, becauso tho
leador c f both parties ec n'orrod and
settled till policies beforehand. It,
mad0 no difforeco which party tri
uimphoed- -goldbtigism survivotd. Thbo
leaders c ? the Democracy of Mary
land non say to you that a light can
never1 be won on the Chicago plat.
form. 'I hoy are afraid to say ally.
thing. I ti I toll you that with a ro
juvolnato'., party, With nlow Ivaders,
and that .(lualit-y of opportnity, and
of mone which the ("'hicago plat,
form mvt, forth that mon will rally
roIun1d vc ir standard in 1his State.
I bolioe that with ia squire, lionest
flight, oin t free silvr plat-forill last
year tho irosent Ivgislathco wolid
havo bov , Dom IocraIt i. (.\ pplaus.)
"(your groat dailies all say that
.RilVe is I iAhoneSL. W011, Whly don't1
pro4perit , ret niit ? Why don't the
good tim 8 colmo back ? Whero Ire
they gol. ? ,A voice, "(hit. West.")
Oh! no: they aro not out West;
VIey alro julst. nowheorv. (balughter
and appl 11st.) Wiy did wholit go
up? Sit iply becalse the Eu'ropwanl
"Wheut. wolnt, up1hominusotho E.ur
peans nede our whet, and Ve,
having moro 11tha wo walted, cold
(oll it to thei. N(ext. yevar, whiei Ilie
E4"Uropean, crops ar aill right, we
shall soo another condition of iintgs.
In fact, the laV of supply land (141
mand govern wheat, as woll as all
produchi. h'Ito laws of suppai.N and
domland govornl monloy, donl't Choy?y
(A voico, "Of cour-ti." ) I say they
(10 also, but, tIe godbluigs say they
(ont. TIlose people contvi I'l that.
yvoil caln't maiike a silver dollar o. of
a goli dcllir. No, of course not, ho
cause they l4gislated ill tho vaine of
the silvor doilar. They made it a
comm111odity, aud not, monev. I do
riot, low( vor, class all of the gold
bugs as ti- ninios. Somto of thum
aire grood) y,uad I-Iho balanleo alro ignor
11it. Solt1 lfiro woalthiy, aill(1 Ilhe rest
aro p)OOr aM D)om103ratt-. (ApplAuISO
and ling'ir.) llow long itro you
111011 of 1) aland1lll1 going to litl to
bosses eY W lro goilg to win ou1. in)
1900, anlit wo Want old Malrylli
back in the Democratic colima.
Your bos ;tes want the olicos. TIihey
(o-1't Wa it. anyk)hinlIg else. Tlat is
why .hely are afraid of what tly
call our dical ism. A r you goinig
to stay it'r 11 froull us and list i (o
thio ossv' or iot Y What is monvyl
A creatio iof litw. It has three in
tionis-it 1 is l01a 1 mesri of valnoti; i
(c(toerm1inl - the prico of othier Il ting,
and1( it is I loal tendler for taxes ad
yOu thaut. .oldl is thlo only stanldard of
hlowV It is thait whlich is pbropoirly'
inecessair' to mant's convience andiO 11(
notinitg i j do wit h malhking ai dollarl
a dolilar, uiii yet in 188, they by
laiw, unm11.1(do thlo silve'r dollarW a1s a
stanlldardl of valnna. Such is thle in-.
conlsiston) ey of thetir'i 'I arginoots. Mc.
Kiley n ill nxot dare) to sign~ a coinII
St.reet. 'lause. ) XWell, I that is
wvhat thle .' ekt..t.i himt for. Th'iey
knoew that I iI i3'11 ifliran wa otd they
conl 1no1 control hun11, and1( thait is
bankstt it ieet s tlhui." tbytiigs
Chi'/'DS Ivio .it i it5i gttre i by baisrne,
sn i. iii-, r z ia a lt 1'n tsense t .n
I eJore isln i~rclz t sn i,e Waii-lt' W1
ar rzlt gie CX I d iit 1 in 1grea 'itit, ren tey
.' it iS t o fH l Cu ilt. iiiobab il--, S
Madhli)iri March 10.t to selliil
isln anounont-y -aw*
-I nh . ' -h _ieto -o h no- l
it is imi~ osil i hatf anyl ie v Spaii
-. vnthe orine,I.11. $or by Xb. E., lii-,,
An Old Iteporler's Close Can.
"You know I )IVO boon in the
newsliper businows a long tino and
I wam never known to ikirk, not
oven (luring at riot or a blizz9rd,"
Hays inl old-timer, in the St. .ous
lZopublican. "\Vell, I cam very
nepar tossing up the pencil a fow
IIglits ago. It was very cold an i I
hai to call oin Bishop in r( fe-.
once to some church tittors. '.'ak
ing (,h14) car down town, I i0oon ro ich
ed the st-root on which the bit hop
lived. It wia just striking the hour
of I2. Bitt. I had to see tho his iop.
Well, sir, I hunted for tho nut bor
in the dark for 0som time. Not
finding it, I wited to soo if I mlid
meet somin stragglor who lived il the
ieigliborhood. Pretty soon st.ong
111110 t aicely (ressed youtg fe low
in a rather mellow coiditioi I
asked him if h lived inl the n gh
borlhood, anld ho aid, 'Yes.' The
truth is the young man1111 was couo
other than the bishop's Hon. Hie told
m111) inl i smili-firtioilato wity that he
woul( go ilp to his father's r >om
itd spi-al with him about the nit iter
inl qiuest loln.
"li61n1ing the outor (loor ho un11
locke( it 1111 aiskOd ie to walk inl.
I Stopped in1, he opene<l the mcconld
d-loor, anlid I weit, into the houso.
Both (loorsv were now locked. The
gas hutl bovn tirned t'off. Weo huntt
otd for a ma111tclh inl vain. Well, the
yotomg follow left me in the daurkiess,
uttering i drowsy proiiiso to roturn
"Oon. I lirl him stagger ip tho
st-a1irs till right. flo weit back pov
oral paeos titil 1 could notect his
foOtstep4 lit) Imlore. lit failod to ro0
(i u. 1 1elieve ho fell aisloop aind
forgot -il a lbont. mu. I stood thore
ror about fifteen minutm.s, not know
ing What to dIo.
I inudo a modes-t noitio. No re
sutl.. A moro decided noiso. ho
samo restilt. I began to walk ab )ut,
purposely bumpiig against the ftiri
t'in. Theni soietiling happollO . I
heard a boarse voice shout "110W Throw
up your hanids or you are i 111d
Vp weit iny aliidit like a shot.
Wiiz, hng, baig--throo bullets
rattled ovel. mny 11e1. I thought
lily timi, w 11u tp.
Do you know, it mms as If I
lived lily whole life over in the few
1ihmites I wastit amlig there. Whonl
t he gas wits lightod lie first personi
i sia was a bir mig bly negro.
Th'e sho.)is br-onght (lie bishop ott
in his go)wn, and1( his~ y-ounlg son -vith
himi. Ex pilantlions followed. ThIe
hIouset haid biien robbe)d a fow. nig?htii
hoeforen, aind the niegro hlad ben placed
in thle baemn to watch, lie foll
tasleep. M\ly wailkin;g abhout aro isod
him I. lioe upsitO tafirs, antd so ing
miy sh'a- inrg ht, which I haud fot got
t.eni to tanke otf, he bainged uaway et it.
I sueured thie interview; bough'. a-i
no0w hat the next (day, and veIve
neOv(r to wa.tit ini a (dark hluulI, no mait
ter w..ho ownvied then bonso."'
somimh)Iinng wth ndinllg.
I%vo rythning done1( to advanco home
forward hiomie ontirpriseo acts with ai re
flex beniefit upon1 thle commiunlity, andit
ereiy inmdiviudunal emblraced1 inl tIhe ra.
duims of this limiiit is mote or less
belited by it. If we w.ouild buIildl
iul our1 towni let us invest our money
lhere. (Ourt mo1(1 elhonSs 111 11up to da1to
in overythinig. (iv your paitronalgo
t: oue and they w.illI rnspjond to your
dlemanitds, be I hoy ovelr 8o fast.liine
po clrtitiisujet, a thVe (01 ini is rap
idly appr-oachinsg when they will buy
imp the-ir spiringt stock. We aire ini
fauvor (if stisiningum home first anid
st.n ii lrs- aft.uerwardi. Ence inge
especf,(ially thle moroi-hats '.pJo auer
I ise in your toutllty paer Tlhist i
tIhe mottst dlirect. chairnnel throuigh
whVlich weatlth and1( prosper-ity is to
flow.. NothIiing afIfords a bett.or ave
nue1 to suIccess in thie uphntilding~ of a
town orcutra.h o er,ws
wVintopt inig1ngh linte most ctr,gesing
- I o e of On ~e Minute Cough Cuae, which i
-~'4 9tee beo, n n run ony foreuand li