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E.TABLISHED 1865. N WRR Y M. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1899.T
CAPT. D. J. GRIFFITH
HAS BEEN CHOSE]
WILL SUeCEED 0OL. NEAL AT TH1
Mr. .J. It. Doutlt, almo Dereatted-t logo 11r
lot ing Ye Ktrdtay-T. 0 I ulb on 1a11 It.
11. Boykin on ta Moard of Control.
Yesterday morning bef<ro ti1
,election for Superintendent of ti
State Penitentiary was hold th
friends of Sonator D. J. Grifit
claimed "hat that gentleman had (3
votes pledged to him, but the:
were fow who expected to so lii
elected on the first ballot.
The result of the election wi
that upon the first ballot Cap
Griffith received 71 votes, and bc
fore tho vote was declarod over
scoro of votes wore changed froi
the other candidates to him and ha
was declared elected.
Miss Nannie Montgomery Wi
elected State liorarianl and Mossr'
A. K. Satiunders of Sumter, T. ,
Cunningham of Chester and W. 'I
Odell of Pickons wore electul direm
tors of tto Ienitentiary. -
But the closest contest oA all wi
the vote for member of the Stai
bo'ard of control to succeed M r. J. I
D,>uthit, whose term has , xpirot
Mr. Douthit wis nominated ror i
election and his opponent wa-s M
T. Chris Robinion of Pickoni. Ti
vote was so closo that thero wil
much disputo over the restlt. ti
nounced, and it was only after asu
cession of recounts that Mr. lobit
son was declared elected by a mi
jority >f two votes.
Tha house of representatives a
semnbled yesterday morning-, bi
there was a feeling of restlost ness -
the very atmosphere, and nothir
was accumplished until the I our
11, when the joint session of t
senate and the house of reprose
tatives was called to order by Lio
tenant Governor McSweeney,
(C1OL. NEAL DEFEATED.
The galleries and the floor of 0
'hall were crowded with visitors, W
were present to watch the conte
for the position of Superintendent
Col. Neal wats there, looking qui
unWell, and surrounded by a nu;
ber of friends. Capt. Griffith loo
ed confident, and his friends we
buoyant with hope.
The prominence of Col. Neal
affairs political lent peculiar intor
to this race. Although the race w
von partilly by Capt. GrnilitI
popularity, there is no doubt tli
the feeling of politicians toward C
.Neail had a great deal to do with t
result of the election.
-Mr. Stevenson of Chestoerlii
nominated Senator Griffith. TI
was second ed by Senator TlbIird
Mr. Timmnerman nominated Rh
resentattive Bell of Aiken. This v~
sieconded by Sonator Shoppard
Senator Mayfield nominated I.
II. H. Crum of Banmburg, chaiirm
of the ways anud means commuitt
TLhis wasH secondoed by Mr. Moss
Col. WV. A. Neal was nominated
Mr. Prince of Anderson. This i
seconded by senator Manning
Mr. Johni W. McCullough
Greenville was nominated by
WV. L. Maubllin of Groenville. I
was seconded b)y Senator G.
T1he nominaltions wore then elo
upon motion of Mr. Wycho.
Whe~n the roll of the joint assi
bly had boon called, and each mn
ber had voted for the candidat<
his choice, it was seen that Senm
Griflith was far in the lead,
vote was announced, but I ho I
roll call resulted as follows: Grill
71; Neal, 34; McCulloug, 23; I
4; Tot al, 153; necessary to ( bect,
Some of tho; members had kopr
count of vote, and as soon as it
seen that Senator Griffith ne
but 6 votes, Ilderton started
break by changing his vote r
Grum to GIri flth. Senator Ntoni
changed froin Neal to Griffith,,
G.P. Smith from McCullough
riit,Mr. Sheppard from IJel
ORrifith, and ill fiVow milomeiontl i scoro
of others followed their oxamipl.
No one candidato wats injurod by
this Slump, a each lost a number of
i supportors, and when tho vote on the
first ballot wits declarel, Sountor
I- Griflith wats annllounced asH vlected.
Following was the final result: Grif.
tith, 906; Neal, 28; Mt'oul )ugh, W);
o Crum, 11; Bell, 2. Mr. CrIu lost
0 more than ainy other candidato when
e the break to G1rillith began.
it Following wits the Vote ats first ro
0 Gri fith- Senators Alexaler, Ar.
a chor, 111arnwoll, Blikieney, Browi),
Douglass, (lenn, Graydon, Grtiber,
11Hay, Holidi-sonl, Arll11, Au11diln,
l. Mower, Ragsdale, Sarratt, Scarbo
rough, Suddath, Talbird, Wallace,
a Walker, Williams. Represenitat ives:
a Speakor Gary, Black, V. ). Cangh
0 mant, Davis, Doan, Elird, Estridge,
Evans, N. i., Fairey, Gamble, Gause,
SGrahiin, Hopkins, Johnson, W. J.,
.Lockwood, Lorton, LYles, Mannll,
,11Manning,) MvDill, McLativhlin,
. Mollrtonls, Mobley, Nettles, Pattorson,
Patton, Pourifoy, Ragsdale, 1. 11.,
Richards, Saniders, E L., Sawyer,
5 Seabrook, Sharpe, Siiphins, Sinlklor
o Smith, Jorellialh; SIlith, J. L.,
. Stevenson, Strom, Sturkie, Suhm,
.thous, Th'.IImas, W. If., Threatiff
. hisonant., Witiiler, Woods, WVood
ward, .1. HI.
o Neal-Sonators A ppi'l, Bowenl,
S)ennis, Livingston, Lovo, Mauning,
.Stanland, Stullivanl, Walkel; Rf,pre
-ointtivo.S Ashley, Bacot, Blease,
- Bolts, Colcock, Cosgrove, Dendy,
- Epps, Evans, H1. H , Gntt, Jackson,
Lovorett,I Mauldin, L., McCraw,
. eauns, Mitchell, Pyitt, Prince, Rich
it ardson, H. B , Robinson, R. B. A.,
n Rogers, Vrnrer, Weston, Williams,
>f McCullough - Senators Brown,
1e Dean, Hough; Reprosentatives Dar
- gnu, DoBruhl, Dowling Floyd, lon.
1. erson, H1offm yor, Magill, Marion,
Mauldin. W. L., McCullough, Mont
gomery, Ragsdale, J. W., Richard
son, G. W., Robinson, C. E., San
0 dors, C. P., Stiith, (3. P., Smith, E.
D., Wilson, Wingo, Young-23.
:)f Crum-Sonators, Aldrich, ildor
ton, Maylield; Representatives Bai
to ley, Black, J. B., Blythe, Browning,
a Cross, Hill, Hollis, Jenkins, Jones,
k- McCoy, McLaurin, Miley, Moss,
re Thoma;ts, W. J., Varn, West, Wim.
boly, Wycho- 21.
. Bell-Sonalor Sheppard; Repro
sentat,iv.-; Richardson, Geo. W., Tim
111o111tui aind Woodward-.
1S OTHER ELIECTIONS.
at TJhore wvas a terrille contest for i
>1. livo year terme on thIe board of dhs
hie pensary contro-l, ini wic h D)outhltit, o1
Anderson, wats defea~lted by T. Chris
Id Roinison, of Pick'ns, thle final5 vot<
is standing Donthlit 76, Robinson 78.
of On acconutt of thle closI'ness8 of the~
v-oto a )1 poll wa demandeI1l'd. Atmic
p- imuchm con fuisioni 1to; inson I wIs (1
as clared (electe(d.
of' For dlirectors of 1114 pentiten)tiar;
the voto resulted 1as1 fol lows: Sanders
Ir. 1 30; Cunaninghaim, I I5; O'Dlell, 8I
an LJylos, 78; Black wolj, 03; the firs
(o0. three b(eing (lcted&(. Blackel~&l 1111
of Ly)'los, membe11 ars of thle p)resentt boarth
woroe defeated. TI. J1. Cnutningharl
by was ro electeid. WV. TV. O 'D)ell an,
as A. K. Sanders atre new men.
of M1iss MNontgomeitry was (lecto
librarian ove'r Mrs . L eConto.
of Thoro1 was8 mtuch' feeling inI th
air. D)out hit-RHobin11on1 onltest.
his At the [lght s0ossion Bnrwell I
WV. Boykin, of CIamiden, was5 electe
mnembier of tile boar' I of contr<
sod vice Coor. Hto defeated M. XX
Sinmmona, of Col loten. Th'ie vol
unfl- beOtwoon t hem was: Simmons105, (t
irm. Bloykin, 81; J1. O. A. Moore, Z. vote
of cast, 14(1.
itor The trustoes of thle South Carolir
l'he college elected are J. Lb. Withers,
irst Q. Davis, F. P. McGAowant andl Jol
'ith, 'T. Sloan. Thliroe atone are to l
oil1, olectedl. All are alumtni of the et
was ~- ~
fled I1,wklon'n Areu salivA.
tihe Thle be-st Salv VInl thei ' erld for Ci
lruiese, Sores, U lcere, Sal11 Rhet
roin . 'ever SoresM, Tletter, I:ma ppe (d H1n11
and (Chilblins, Corns, and1( all ?Fkin Er
ti.mIl, and1( poit ively enres P'lles, or
Mr. ,.y requaredi. it is guatrat eed to gi
to perfect sailsrandioni hi mi,y re fur:dl.
Pr-ice 25 cents per box. ieor sale'
I toin rnhaeon A& (Jildm- und W. I. Plih
THE LOCAL OPTION BILL
11'1C011111111'11 N, 111s14'EN14 AI:Y ORl 11110111
A Sv E -i- t@ 11i le e (E4e*i. Ceeu1t.y
%Vle r.% is ti-ept-niy N-.w i % x %ts, n itl
In Mixty tatyx A rte.r t he l1'amig- of
thso Arl, lt Dtvid, Wvhelhi-r the
'coplo pr. fer it Ib.It-n atry
Us si r ('estinty omistreil,
Ifigh 1.vi imo or Prohil
[Nows and Courier.)
Columbia, January 24.-Special
Tho strictly "local option" bill, Mti
threo alteruativos. wits introdticed in
the Houso today by Mr. W. .1L. Maul
dil, of roenville. The bill wits care
fully gotten up1), anld it is thought will
meet all demands. It has it number
of warm supporters and will be well
The provisions of the bill aro given
in full. They are:
Section 1. That, for the purpose
of ascertaining tho will of tho pooplt
ill rgmrd to theo li1uor qu(pestion1 it
shall b the duty of the Governor,
withinl sixty d1ys%. after tihe passigu
1111d approval of this Act, to ordEr an
plection to bo held in the severial
counties of the State, wherein it dis
pensitry for the salo of liquor now
exists, it which election tho follow
ing qu-,tions shall be suihmitted, tc
wit.: )ispeiisary, with county - con
t rol. Hligh licetiso or proliition.
If itithelr proposition1s shall obtain 11
majorit.y or the votes cast. a seconi
(lection shall bo hold on the thir(
FTuesdiy after tho first election, as tc
the two propositions which may hav(
received tho highost number of thl
votes it the first election. It shal
bu the duty of tho Governor to ap
point, on the recommendation o
t le Representit ives of the Gonera
Assi-mbly from each county, thre
electiou commissioners for thu sev
eral counties which i;r. to have sucl
election, and the saiti conuiissioneri
ihall he representative of the ques
tions it issuo il this electionl, iM
sbll conduct this election in thi
same, mannor as all ot her genera
0lections ar conducted, (Xpect tha
thero shall be no compeoisation fo
the maniagers of th election.
Section 2. In tho event that an
county by such election shall declar,
for prohibitioi, prohibition shiall pre
vail in such county and the dispen
Sly W iheroinit shall be closed withil
thirty days. 1 anly county shal
adopt tho dispensary, with cont.,
control, theme slill bm crateidm withil
thirty days a bort of control fu
such county, con.istincg of th re menm
beors, to bo selected in the followi,
matl:nur, iand to he chiosen by t il
b)oardl of coutittV coininissioners c
saidl counity ; one to b)0 chosen by thi
city~ or town connil of the cit.y u
town wvhereini t he dispensairy is 100u
todi, anud one to 1 e app)~oinited by th
Goverin r ont thle reconnniiendtion<
thu delegtion to thle General A:
sembtlly of theio countty. TIhe si
boa11rd of cotr ol shll haI~uve the powe
and (dutyl, intd are diuly ituthorize'A
to estabhlish one or m10 o d isp ensarbt
in such con ity forz thet satloof litgon
conny for tIh purchaist (if ligniot
to mke all such rules ittd regulatt ioi
tai)I t th e sal an:. 1 burche (n adl
tuion and; 1( I~ hws as in t heir judgmoie
lilty seem1 ntecesairy itnd piroperi
the premtIises. Th'i 'y shtalt select
0 dlispenuser and his itssistants, wI
shalil be sob~i1er itnrd riabl:~I e men,' n
.addict(edi to the use oif liquo r, w
shitl lbe i quiired to give suich hon1
dl antd ini such amoun1 rts its the si
. i a r of citt rol m-iry deemtii sni ital
0 to thu probable vol umn of bnutim
or the faj ihful d (ischargo of all dit
15 iatd obligiations imrposedl only t
it t erms of ollice (if Ithe boartd of c<
t. trol andi( dispensers shall bo fort
II yeatrs. It. shaill be0 the dtuty of
>o shor iff, his deputies, thu imagistrt
1- their contables114 and all city
iown oflicials to on fot co thu law in
spect to linnors. If int any com
wvhere a <nsponisatry is locatted
counlty, city or town ollicials shi
Sfail or neglect to piroporly enfo
dls the laws as~ to ilicit siales of ligt
IIthen the board shll be ituthorize<
v#1 uso such funds of the dispiensiary
may he on handt( in the rigid opifoi
miii ment of thn law. Thn disper
shall daily deposit, in sich bank as
may bo disigted by the board of
control all nioneys in his hands front
the sale of hlior. The board of
control shall, at the end of each
month, tile with the tresurer of the
county iq statement of the receipts
find exponditures of the dispensary,
and if any prolit is made, pay to the
trei surer of the county for ordinary
county purposes, two-thirds; to the
city or town treasurer for corpora
tion, one I bird of Rho siid profit..
The board of control shall pay to the
dispenser and his assist ants or agents
reisonable com peisation fort hoir sor
viceS, to be fixed by said board of
control, and for their own services
shall receivo $12 a day for not ex
ceeding ten days in each month, and
mileage at the rate of 5 cents a mile
vacl way, provided it he round neces
sary; the chnirman of said hoard shall
recom) pay f(r not more than fifteon
days in each inonth.
Section 3. In the event thitt the
1uestion of high lieiso shall prevail
in any such election ti board of
control provided for inl the preced
ing section sa1111111 havO the power, and
are heol t autl Iorized to issuo li
eense for the stile of liquors in tiny
town or city in said county, wherein
the Court House is ovittid, but not
olsiwhwro. All aipplicnnts for li.
censo for the stle of liqior shaill be
menVO of good moria chliractor and
,ober habits, and he recommended
by at least twenty freehold voters of
the city or towit wherein it is pro.
posed to establish the place of busi
ness. The board of control are
hereby authorized iand required to
take bonds from ill licenses in the
sum of live thousand dollars for the
observance of all laws atid iristruc
tions now required by the Constitu
tion and laws of the State, and such
o( her rules and regulation is may be
prescribed by the said board of con
t rol. If any licensee shall violate any
of the conditions of his bond it shall
be forfeited, his license revoke(d and
no license shall be thorcafter granted
to such offender. No license shall
be granted for less than one thou
sand dollars per annum, nor for a
longer period than one year, the fees
to be paid in advance. Tho board
of control shall in their discretion
limit the number of licenses to be
granted. The board of control shall
receivo for their services two (ollars
per (lay for not, oxceoding live da3 s
in each montih aind miloligo not ex
covding five (ents a milo each way.
It shall bo the dnty of ithe board of
co(ntrol to est ablish such rules as
'they may then propose, to guarantee
the purity or all liquors offered for
1sale, anid are hereby auithiorized to
expendl the nercessary funds from the
license feel to secure that end by
chemr)icail analysis or otherwise.
Section -1. That no subsequent.
elect ion shall he leld uunder thle pro)
visions of this Act within two years
fr.m thme previouls election, amnd thenr
only unless onec-third of the' q1ualified
voters of arty c.mnity shaill peltit.ion
thite~- Gewai Asseimbly for authorit.y,
he granted p)ursuaint to eiuch pet1it ion
to hold a1 special electioni upon0 thue
qfuiestionrs he(i ihefore priovidled for.
Section 5 WVitin sixty (lays after
thtll elect ions heldl unrder ti Iis Act and
lie dleclaraltioni of the result, thereof
the St ate (dispenisary shall proceed to
con vert all of its p)roporties inrto
ot csh, an d s41all pay thle noet prmoceed(
of the saime into thle handi(s of the
sinking fund commifissioni, andl shall
tlheronpo sulno1)11 t t heir fina) rep)ort
oto the Governor, to be by him subt
amitIted to thel next General Asemr
b)ly thoiroatfte~r; after wvhichi report t<
thre Governor thel State dtispernsar
and11( oflicers appijertiinrg Iihrrtt
hoshall be1) discont inuedl arnd abholishied,
- Sect ion (I. That all Acts and( patrt
wo of Acts inconsistent withi this bo, an<
he thle srame are hereby, r~jeeld.
(1,Winte.r Touari, 1. til ia N'ioultern Rail1
re- T1hie Soiuthe rn I tailwaty placed o
iysiale November 1st trumt tr i tourh
LI t~ickets to atlil impolIrtant winter resort
ini Geoirgiat and Fliorirda. Also to Na:
son1( and Cubant polints. 'lTheso t.ickel
ree w ill b on sati unit)il AprIl 30)th, Iimn
Io, lImtit ,etuingl Maly 31st,. F"or furth(
Ito in foriuaitioni app)ly to any Souther
asItailwavuy agenit, orP
J. 11. lJicvwWAICi,
c- Triavetl ing Pas.~songer Ageont,
fiHE SECOND AND
Su:31OR V1 i On1. JON K%.s tUIloNA -
TION, WIUI Cl 510ENIE.
Viln 1t Asselm,i, A rMinld 11h41 I t-1ie'04
Teit with Shm,utit *se%tl Che#rmneid ApSi
l i If the Ittsemor opf Ih4 Itta im- ,
tiom let CtrrccL--ie Snya it i Not.
(Nows aid Courier.)
Roadquarters 2d South Carolina
Volunteer Infantry, Camp Colhimibia,
Quemallldos, Cuba, Weidnivsdaiy, Janl
mary 18-Tho mon of ho 2d South
-0aro*liina volunteor infittit ry gavo
wvidoeci, inl no un1certainl t-ermls,
rosterday that they were in lovo
vith Col. Jones. Never hoforo in
he history of the reginvat has there
ele such it deion-tration. The
id played, the m1)en1 yled id
hats were waved. A rumor iad
raieild circulation to the esh'ot th:t
Jol. Jones wis about to resign, and
Is soon as I Iard of it, I visitm
Uol. Jones for its contif mation or do.
nild. In positive t-erm the Colonel
iissured m that he would remain
with the regimer t. "I caine over
here with thom, and I im) going to
tay with them till the rtgilielit. is
miustmred out, whether that. bo ini a
Imlonth or- two years hlnve," h(, siid.
Just, iftor dress pldrao yv'-1.rdaIty
afternoon the meen, as Witli onm ItO
c>Id, gat.hered inl front. of Col.
Jones' toent, anid the band began
playing. Cheer after cheer wmnt. ul,
and Col. Jones wits called for. It
wits all it surpriso to him, and ho did
not know what .1he 11mi wiated.
When he appeared some one called
out to know if he wits going to re
sign; whereupon the crowd yolled,
"No!" "No!" III it few words the
Colonel assured his men that he
would remain m conmmand of the
regiment 1is long as it was in the
service. "I will not. leave von till
the last one of you sets foot upon
South Carolina soil!" ho declared
veheemently. Col. Jones Hiid that,
ho did not know how the rumor of
his resigning originitted unless it was
due to tho presentation of it resoln
tion by the company ollicers Olat.
afternoon. To assuro t-hom that iho
resolutions , furnished no ground for
the 11nmor, he asked Capt. Mc('augh
rin, who wits standing near, to read
the resolution aloud, Which he did.
The paper Was its follows, aid had
been ha11tided Col. Joies during the
"Whloreas, it has been observed
that there is it lack of disciplinlo itn]
coner or aetioni in thlioa suinis-tr
t ion of the comnpianies of thiis regi
amolit is likely t.o hie miost. seriouisly
impatired unless iniuniediato stops ars
tkon to correct e.xistinig'evils. Nov
thorofore be it..
''Resolved, TIhat t he line oflice'r,
of t his regiment bind t hiemselvyes ass'
use t.heirs ut most enidinvors to bh
governed strsic.t I.y by ariiy reguslat ioms
itnd military rules anid discipline ii
the ad mi nistration of comanys> atf
firis and ins all their duities and1( rela
tins to the reg'ient its ai whole- ;tIla
the conunaintilig oflicors of lthe regi
mnit he osarnesthy req nest.ed to assi
the line oflicors in catrryinlg out Lh
sp)irit of t his resoluitions, andt that h
inform the field ands t-taiff Ollicers i
this act ion and5( 5secure t hi r heiart
co.ope(rationlII in a united effttE. I
maintatin as high a statto of olflicionec
as posMsil ins the regiment until i
services aro'( no longer nieededii by t I
,(overn mint." '
U~ pont theO conchlusionl of I hie read i1
by Ca~ipt. M~cCautighrin thuescrou
clie sred vociferously. Col. Jon
agatin aissnlredl th men1 1 th lat lie hn
no0 indtntion of leain~ ifg the regimer10
iandt sorie1 ont' pusihied thro:ugh t
4 Crowdl i.nd p)rosenited lhim with
I pet itiont signted by niearly every> e
listed man ini the orgaiatitlon, uri
inig hims nsot to ressign. Thet .. liti
- wai atbout live feet long, aitit nam1
were on1 overy linei of the pa per. C<
" ,Joness looketd at I lhe papor-, t hank
t' the mna for thiir e'xpression of cc
'iideunce atnd estceem contained in
petition, andi exclaitmedl; "'Why, no!
sing is further from moy emindl thi
tleavinsg you, genitlemen!"' Tlh.o hai
" andl the atssobliago ( di5jporsd.
A MI\U.\''Port (eUnIaN oFFJecF..
A body of Culbanss, under t ho eo
mam1d of a yong (Jhan., who wa
ing oil ia parallo grollld 11uar IIIh%
Camp 1. Tho liviutemmtit, to pronounce
whose namIII( wolid requtiro at eork
serow throat. iln(d ia forked lolgilt,
lost lian Itarmi iln thet) baittlo (if Pliy
I I iIL. Ho is <Illito at young man11, cul
tu1rotit and rveIinIef d, bmt ho is at muh11it -
to. Hto hast- thorough contrlol ovor
his miin, I ait novg I 4whoa th(.ro airo
Whites blaeckS atind mu11attos.
No MoL,Assi-:s To n-: I HAD.
Although wo aro aliost: suirround
od by plantattions. covolntl WithIt sigair
CanO, aind whilo SlIgar reoflivnrivs laro
aill libouit uis, mlolassos cannlot bv ob
tiined. Wo arev tohltilli d1ur1ing tho
throct vours, War alkill (11vitstat l1l by
tihe Spai.ish sohliers ill t1h molis
sits 1niis wero lostr fudO(iat its yet
nor01 of ti-n111 havo b(11 robiilt.
TIIlC NC,YL EL.ECUr.
mitts i s ui, v ith-. t,r s 11t11a,r I fifltuIh itd
C 1p4. D. J. G.4riflith w%ill toon Ilay
aisid" t ho HvIlitorial t,oga for thef(
garb of anlot eit.r ollice. Soititor
Griflill is i very jliilillr Intti pvr.
n011111l, andi 14 r-gall1 a ""'d busi
P.4s I;Ilktl, linvilig btvle ll I lilt I-ail.
road blisilloss I I ) on is. I L-tst, yval.
Senitor (Irillil b won Hit gobd Watch
awai'do by tho StItv to tiho most
jiOjullir iloin er Of tho4 i'rit'al Ias
1141 has sveod is Clerk of tho
Court, Itid its Troasurn-r oif LI-xinig
ton Countty for at numbher of y-tars,
llwapy wifiningt, Over his Opponents
h ~ .-,.
by largo Crowds.
0,1pt. G riffich i-i Coloneol of the
Lexington Rtogilnivnt, Unkilo I Con
f'lfdrato votoriains. Ila tho (ivil wrt r
his 8ervico ats at privitto for tho first
fow m1onths1 wts so faithfi! IId Vill
unfth.lo that ho Wils promliotod to lie.
toenanit lit, tho ag"o of 10. Ito Was at
c iptatin whon 18 yars old. ]-1it
m1:1d10 It good soldi"r, hits e0e11 e,1quak
ly s good at ci,tizenl,- 110 proiisv
fil (do just) a wi,-Il ats Si. pori it tondlit
of the pwonitentiatry.
M r. T. C. Rtohinson, wh>) was
(%lectod to succovd Mrt. D)onithit onl
C.ho Stato board of contrlol, WasW at
candidatto for tho oflico of Stato Sup.
or i itldont. of E1'divatioln thl i-vooars
Igo. t, was it liawy(tr or good
Htlifl d l it l Pi('10 11 , aM id Io1)r6 t0or
Of th14 Pithlni Jourlnal. .1111 is it
W(Ifford collo"o m-m,lad posssos
good blsilf-8 (pdil;..uat,ions.
M r. i03 lill 11. Ro>kill is a clar.
ent, siwessfi u bu ISilI oi 0-s 111 1111 1
P - r lwr l 1 it.h for i years
b'i' fore ihe waro was1 almembe o jl)Ihe
irst. tsVplof cavlryu from1 iout4:
CarlinaI ib (I ntere4d the1) liCjoritld
lBin I 4~,wh isi no -N y
bl, recivd iis coleitet:.nn
at4Val1. 1(4 Ila s1 1111in dvoted huis
succiiessf.u t.H wa s onc1ut capin ove
a ronvalry4I top m r eceir 411yived (.1)1
- Tit istht first, imegl he has appili <1
ti truat. S(Ils work11 on the5 board lot
cons' 'to. ii xptcted) to~ ie onorah It*l
T1( s Non i', ntI i(t it *1( til N '. 5
1h , Men. nav,- iat b eat 11* 1. ii Stugh
t henli the Second44. lg14 iet wii
about1 34o lIave Savannah'~ fo* Cb
i o t.tiirch t. It is t'ihlii hat tI *1 gover:1
m44en wi lli t liet iiI near9 so4 num~4
1roos' foro garis) <bty in411 (*1 uha.t
S it om o aeiros itin
AN NU.1 ( 4ONVF'NTItON.
'c,gr.t,sw i r i iw TwSoity-se4-41111 An,sqs
S81 4 oCM%Pill l''sm- o III ta% V. Al. 4. A. or
8. iO 'ri,limias,. t1 h vi H li t s tpariloas
Imte g, Feb-si,ury. ) - 14.
R-'v. Jamies A. Dorritev, of Char
lottv, N. c., will JoIld tho sinlging.
Temporary or ,anizat ion.
Addr-ms-'The Yoinng Me's ClIrir
tian Association's right, to live, by
Mr. C -L. (ates, New York City.
Th'll pow r of it convention, by Mr.
Johli latke, Johnsonl. S. U.
Biblt study- -D). A. Sinclair, Gev.
01ra1 Svorvtary, Y. I. C. A. Dayton
(Q,.estion -- Tho young men of
South Carolina -Amais th( Y. N. C.
A. relle'l tihny low can it reach
i greator nio1ir? What are smio
of our p.-cliar dilliculties? How
c in thvy ho overcomo? What. are
the great. neds? A. 0. Knobel,
Charleston, S. C., Presidinl(g.
3.30 to) L.T) Biblo staily--Mir,
). A. Sinclair.
-1 1 T to 0). 1")--Alow abhouit (1h0 bodies4
Of 11le yoing l(inl of South Carolina
Mr. A. 1). Pish, Charleston, S. C.,
late 4)f ( li, Springliel, ltss., Y. Ai.
. A.1Trining scbhl1.
11lmw to inc'(hlas tho biblo work of
our A ssoviat ion-INov. A . . aiiimor,
C1inlen, S. C.
'lio list de'd -d advatico top of
the Y. M. C. A. Th'.h army and
navy, lallp firo .ilos from those wl 0
were tlitrlo. N. N. Edge, 'resby
terian College of S. C., Howard
Culdell, Yorkville, S. C., Frak
Ilitan, Chitrilotto N. C. and A. ('.
Knoll, (larletonl, S. C.
FID.\ll v Y Nli1T, FE , 10, 8 P. M.
Rveport, chairnlin Htaito cmite
leport. trelarier s,ato committee.
.4ddress--vlit the movement of
the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion amnong the Htudents of the world
1milma to tho cal O cliif e tiallity,
lRev. Jh1n11 Kilrshuaw, Chiarleston,
livetmr St. Michat-F'st
SviATHDtAY MoRNIN(I FF1. Il 8))
8.30 o'clock Bible study-Mr. I,
' iiforind dismission of the coliq- 0
work W. M. Imwis, stato secretmy
S1l t111day iaft.oriomi will ho givoI
tip~ to) irent,ivo aii social Ihplnsurtes.
MATi'lI iAv NiOllT'.
S 111lo-SI'rV icos of son1g.
Add ress-.A glimps)e (of I lh vai- d
work of the( Y. NI. C. A.--MIr. F'ra k
Mlahain, genieral secret,a ry Y. M. C.
A. Chairlotte, N. C.
A<hlress -Wiing tmsn for1 Chr.:st
-0one by onto: D)r. .Jontea 1I. Catrlis'e,
I l'esident. WVolord Ciollege, Sparitan..
Isl'NiAY onmilAiny 12.
I l.(1 4. M. Charlehi Se'rvice..
1(t I.I. . NIet ing for boys.
-1.3(0 I'. M. Itally for mren.
a 8 00t 1'. M. Pitre9well meei(tinhg.
4i Son g and1( pris lo asrvice.
" A dilrtoss-SnatchesIO fzrm I history -
y X S~OI iaswl exerises,8
I xcepti Nowli, rry.
5[ lxchanug s.|
.e. Every town has a har' or two, a
di sniiirt A leck, some11 pre'tty gilsf, more1'
loa fe(rs than it nieeds, a woiman or
I woI) ha t uit t lea, ani old fogey t hat
111non whlo atanid oni I ho ati(ot corners
t i,isiih umauki reim irks a oit. thle women,
dl a man whi vio hmt~ghs atn id'otic laugh
(every timo he satys ityt hing, scoros of
of me wvith the (:iblose of thelir tr'on
eera worn asmoothi ast galss, mfonl who
or1 can tell you ablouit how the war ques
sn tioni shoul be settlod, the weather
Sanid b>w)~ to run other poonlo's busni
rn iiinZ'i, 'o1S whoit have mad1(o it dIismpI
itiluro of t.heir ownu.