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IkBJ SIED ___ N FWIEIU';Y s.egg TUESDAY, FiBRJARY '21,4890wC AWrcC ~~ YI
number of Rumors
About Col. Neal
. AUEH SIRiOUTAGN' IlMOIC ACIt P , BUT
KIIS FIIEN)S I)ENY VT.
Aeunt, 'umiv 'l is Stated--Leone of Cola
vIcto t A iidorsoi PariteIts In CaOtiue for
Spocithitsis - 8atifuactory
(The State, i7th.)
Rumors were rife yesterday in ro
forence to an allegod shortage in
the accounts of Col. V. A. Neul as
suporintondent of the penitentiary,
and it was reported at the State
house last night that the shortage
was mnore than $25,000.
The truth about the matter is said
to be that Col. Neal ha not turned
over an amount of money received
for the leaso of convicts to Messrs.
Fowler, IHamminond and Cooley of
Anderson County. The sum amounts
to over $1,000, but it is not thought
to he as much as $1,500 *and his
friends believo that the matter will
be satisfactorily settled as soon as it
is brought to Col. Neal's attontion.
Col. Neal is expected to return today
from Anderson, where he has been
since last week.
It is st ated upon good authority
that the book-i and accounts when
examined by the board of direc
tors were found to be correct in
every prticular. None of t e direc
tors were in town yesterday, but the
president of the board is expected to
be here today.
Col. Neal's commission is dated
A pril 7th, but it. is thought he will
tWrn the offico over to his successor,
Senator D. J. Griflith, by the first of
next, month, and his friends are con
fident that at that time everything
connected with his administration
will be shown to be in excellent con
It is stated that the rumors which
wero flying around yesterday were
greatly exaggerated and that the
only foundation for them is the mat
ter which has buten mentioned and
'which, will, in the opinion of his
friends, be adjusted within the prop
Messrs. Fowler and Hammond are
Col. Neal's bondsmen, and Mr.
Cooley does business in connection
with Mr. Fowler, all of them being
substantial and well-to-do farmers
and business men.
TO INVESTIGATE COL. NEAL.
(Special to Greenville News.)
Colm1111hia, Feb., 17.-Mr. Steven
50on in the Honse todaiy introduced
the followinug resolutions whl chi were
"Whereas, thlere ar-e rumors pub
lishied in tile pnblhc prints, chlarging
rregularit ies in management and
condition of the Statoe penitentiary,
and whereas justice to the p)resent
managomenit of the penTitent iary and
whereas jutstice to the presenlt man
age men t of tihe penitentiary and the
'superintendent elect andl( to tile State,
denmnds speedy and thorough inves
T iwation of all the afai-s of said pen
"Now, thberefo re, be it r-osolvod by
the Ilouse of Representativos, the
Senate concur lrig.
'Section, that at commhIitt.eo con
sist ing of two of t he Senate and
three of t h) lnso he aplpointed for
thle purp~loso of inlvestigating tilo af
fair 'f said penitent iary.
"See. 2. That said commit teo shall
lfiA the right. to empjloy an expert
boo~kkloeper and( stonogratphor, to
s. Ccd for persons and1 papers, to swvear
wit.nesses, to ret(inire theO attendance
of a' y parties whos10e presence shallI
be dbelamed necessary a.id to investi -
gate fulily all tralnsactionlS concern
ing~ t he peonitent iary andi its manage
mmnt., andi to take testimony either
witin or without the State, anid shIall
have power to take charge of the
Sbooks and vouchers of the institu -
"See. ~3. The commruittoo at anly
.timie when they doomi it adlvlsall
-may call to t heir assistance the At
"Sec. 4. It shall report its find
ings to thin Governor of this State,
togther 1'with th testimony taken
~by said cornmmittee.
W bhon the resolutions. were intro
ducod in the Senato Mlr. Barniell
expressod th) opinionl that they
Would involvo a useless expenditure
of money. The rumors, 110 uld,
woro foundod oln nowspaper reports.
Mr. Henderson Baid that it was
not upon newspaper reports alono
that the charge had been mado.
Tle Senate adopted an am nd
mont that the report bo submitt.
to the Legislature by the Governor
with his action and iuthorizing tho
committeo to sit during the rocesios.
The committoo has not yet beon
'robaco An xnaplo.
(J. 13. in Soul hern Tobacco Reporter)
No arguinent is so convincing as
the baro recital of the relative finan
cial condition of the cotton planter
of the South. Tho latter never
makes tobacco his principal crop. It
is subsidiary to all other crops. If
he plants for acros in tobacco he
will most generally plant 15 acres in
corn, 20 acres in wheat, I)OW live
acres of hay, bmsides growing a lib
oral suply of potatoes. fruits and
gardon vegetables. H is tobacco
crop is thus an extra crop, upon
which ho does not rely for support.
Whatovor monjoy Ie may realize
from it is in a mainnvr clear gain.
In tho-e regions in the Son' h \1 ho0 e
tobacco is this grown there is the
greatest agricultmral pro)perity. The
farms are kept in good condition.
There are but few for sale. There
are 'no mortgages on them. Many
of the farmers have mony loaned
out. It is reputed as a fact. that in
tho county of Robertson, inl the Stiate
of Tonnessee, one of the largest to
bacco-growing counties in the South,
there is more ready cish among the
farmers, moro money lonned out by
them than in another county of
equal farming populatiou in the
South. This state of prosperity
may also be soon in North Carolina
and Kentucky, and wherever the
tobacco crop is made one of the
31rops upon tho farm, and not the
WHAT THEY wETAR.
(Sumtor (S. C.) Watchman.)
Tha tobacco planters are wearing
imiles this fall. Thi cotton planters
find difliculty in obtaining clutbor to
GEN. BUTL.FCI DaISHAIMED.
[till to Mako ciraim a Major coeral
Washington, Veb. 6.-The war
:lepartmient honorably discharged to
:lay Major Generals utler, and Suin
per, and1( Brigadier Generals Kline.
Ic' Boe, \Vil1ey, Lincoln and Camt
)all of volnateer armyl).
The inilitary affairs committee of
.he house today13 replorted favorably
lonate bill to make Adjuitanit Genmeral
I. C. Corbini Major Goneral. Th'le
ouse5 bill for the l'amel purpose has~
)een reported al ready3 and( thiis aIC
ion today was talken to faciIi tato
ct ion upon it in the hans~o.
Up~ To l),ate.
Sir: A short catechism for Ameri
nlu childiren is thus11 offered:
Q. W hat is destint y? A. A
Iitualtion creaited by man11 amnd charged
Q. What is- our1 duty towairdsj
ho sav'ages whlomi "'dest iny"' has put
ni our power? A. 'To conivert and1(
Q. Whait. arei thle best agencies
or effecting this end ? A. Baiyo
mets and( gunboats.
Q. Who is thle best miissonairv?~
L. A bloodthii rs.ty solier.
Q. What is the gnuiekest way to
>ponl the eyes of thle heathlen to the
'oalitie.a of the spiritnal world1 Y A.
Caipid t ransit -shoot thleni.
Q. Repeat a1 few lines of the
atest of our national s< ag.
A. "'The salar- spanugled b anne'r,
()! long maly it lauve,
In thei gore of the wea'ik
Anid the telirs of the slave "
One of the oldest and
est Guanos on the
narket is the Navassa
>rand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp, tf
CHARACTER OF THE
PEOPLE OF CUBA.
Uth O tirar., &satilt*ila Melat--A 'Imar
T It, $Jtlgit 1h1 it0, enl ra i'1rooll fit I the
1-41mncl-Buett. r 0j:lm*j-4?4it(n%pjbj0s fit
To the Editoi of 'lie State.
having road your vditorial oil the
Cuban questiol in Sat urday's edb.
tion, kiudly allow ie to Lny a foew
words ill regard to this problem.
A short time ago I had the oppor
tunity to visit Habana. and to tako a
trip into the interior of the island,
and being something of a student of
phrenology and a strong adherent
for the Cuban liberty, I accepted.
On arriving in Habana early im
tho merning, the custom olicials im
mediately cane aboard. When my
turn came I remembered that I had
<1uito - few articles which were
dutiable, and wishing to experiimnt,
on t he honesty of t he oflicial I called
him asido and silipped a fivo-dollar
gold piece in his hand whereuponl a
broad grin overspraed hiis counton
anco and with i a good Imany 1ods
aid thanks lie marked me 0. K.
After getting ashoro and liniig to
got i carriage I ran in(o a ) o1g
man nearly knocking him down. As
80011 ats he recoverd hk (quilibrium
he ILpologiZed mo101st protusely for
C1auig 110 su111h I shok 1anfd fipolO
inl excellent, Eiglish. I asked him
how he know I was all A morican or
that I spoko English. He maid bo
sa41W me coming from the Mascot,
and as she had jnst, arrived froim
an American port lie took it for
granted. I mot himi a few days af
terward and found he was highly ed
neated. He spolke soveral langiages
and had traveled abroad. He was
killed a short time afterward by a
Spanish ollicer while resenting 11u
insult to his sister in tle suburbs cf
I reached lily hotfl and after
breakfast statrted out to present litmy
letto-s of introduction.
While in the cit-y I Iado at special
study of the Cuban ad Spanish
people. In the afternoon and evenl
ing I was thrown willh the aristoera
By, and during the day I visited as
much as possible the lower class.
From my1) ob-;ervaltion (whlich ox
tended from Habana to Puerto Prin.
-ipe, the cI .fill of the province,) I
foul-d at gliat <ontrao-t mn ch,-tes
but lit thl mnt time there are I
mi licnt-and1 more than a sulflicienit
-n.u1mber of educated Cubanscm
petenut to run a governmwent of their
iwni and1 to ho1(lly oflico' ini (xis
tence it, matters not what it may be,.
lerk, governor, p)residen'it or amnbas
4adlor, but a governmieit such4 as8
wirs (t hough it ' iy lhe altogether
low to t hemi) yet un ider a mnilitary
fovernlor appointed for a short timie
)y thle Uniited St ates wouldi be sofli
aiient to regulate t hemi inito a systecm
onch as ours.
Ouri correspond(ent 4 of a west erii
oulrnail tv idenitly niever weniit outside
ho~ cit ies of Ha bana10 or San t igo, aind
~ertainly did niot associ ato( withI thle
tri -toc)racy, or lhe would niot have
Toiken as lhe dId. '11lad hle tauken thle
roulIe to ridle on horusehnek, orI
nuileb ack, to 1Puierto 1 Pin ici pe, lhe
,vould( hav nlO t11- somew of th li inest
ie ple ini thle world, or, if hie had
4hoseni, he need niot. have takeni tliat
,Vehry jouirney, but simpily obitinied
etters of ~itin't ello t) Clubans of
'docautionl in (.ither cityv in whl~ic*h lhe
nmay have been and woui havfn e me t
Siis iaiy refined Cubians as lhe col ld
>ossib)ly co)unit durinig hiis visit to thle
I journieyed1 fromi Habiana to Cien.
nlegos Onl a nole, andl most (very
ighit 1 lodged at thne hiome of a
Jihlan laniiter, nad I always f''noid
im0 a getllemani aind ai scholar. I
net withI exactly the re'ver.wo evern
lay, tn. if they had1( a system of pub.
ic schools like we lhav e here every
bhing would be chiaiiged anid the
Jubani race would becomoe a miodel
o others. Why ? Because t hey are
15 mdu1 st riu a0811 can be expec'(ted in
hat wanail climiate, anid lire (<lick to
rasp1 opportunfities, b)1it, havinig been
mlilieId anud joried avy ii cerrup
Iltioln for volnt.nIit"s it im harl I
11n1ko themil comlprohiid (hat wo at
oil tho ouitlook for thvir welfirat
TI oy itro vi ry suspiciotis, and hav,
good cause to be.
Tho peoplo of this country iro c
IIWIIro of Whatt, thO CuaI)IlIS h1a1vo t
put, upl) with by tito Aterican Hol
diers. MIIny of th privates atro a
ignoranta citt bo, ind thoy aro con
t-Illitly d11,1m1inim-ering w n111d bully
ing th poor CI an-4, (11i1 provosi
guant ill particnar, anItd if they ro
ijont it thoy itr o ither jabbed witl
tho bayonet or arrestod.
Supposo In 1 6 tho Frenhelh a<l
doite towar<l- us as wo aro doing to
VIatII l Ciubanls. VO W01r0 11 iln
C>)ItI114enit of runnIting at governeiivil
then as tho Cubains aro now, but. Wv
had to learn by exporionce, and tier
W11r1*0 Its lirgo i por Cent. of untedi.
cated anld igioratt, peoplo amiiong
our peopliN then ats thero aro aiuiong
tt) Cubanls now.
I havo soveral Amevrican friendH
<loing business ill 11ahanla, anild havo
beeon sibtalitheu for yearos, and I
freiueilly hiar fromn themn, iad I
havo cited thle prosent Situation j11st
11 it is.
I wish to tlink 'l' State for th
hoiest, ald air waiy ill which it Spokl
of tho CIbanl peoplo, 1111d if Somno of
tho inconsistetit Amonrican peoplo
Who lre ailways n111111ing ihemll down,
arad who know absolitely nothing
aboWt what they aro sayig, would
rnmiI si!o.:t it wol b ao but'er for
others aund for Ihol v't-ts.
Philip 13. lItarvoy.
Columbia, S. C.
Unieot slates to Takf It'NesIdn of Pitl1y
pIno m-A Naval Uamilp,igo.
(Special to (reilvilo News.)
Washington, D. C., Fob. 17.-Tie
administration detvemllilnod to-day to
rapidly extelid tho ju ris(lct.ion of tho
Unite<l Stites over thi wholo of thin
Philippine group, acting oat thm tlho.
ory tiait delaty i8 dan(gerois anld that
air11itchy imld general paralysis of
such interests its t.ho islands Support
will bo broumglt aboum, through fail
ulro promptly to() replaco Spanish sn
verZity ovor ibo islands by that of tho
'L'his decision involvem Ihe ees.
iy it o invail cai) pall iland this
will b(A institutvd ats soon ats Admiral
Dewey receiv.-s reinforcenol(s ill tho
S11111) of the glin bots nowv (.n1 1It routo
SIlIT DOWN FOR vANT 41F FUEL.
North Unrotulli IM Ilmiable to Do. Any
con1t.inn led severe col n weahr has1
cainsoil a woo<i filamin1e iln anost of theo
nIanuIIfaicturingt toIwns~ it tis sele.
tioltrti nd a omnbe'r (If factories airo
shut down for th antvaai of fual.
At Chetter thli'e cld wav' cautght
Ithe operativtss without11 fuel, and thIov'
gitthecrtl ini tho iniill hta iliing, kin.
cllea ros 1 l0tiicatu el )'Iher11e for' IhIt
nti tt to keepj fromt freezinlg.
(It g4e4to tatlk a terchant
ito pichig at bil
cappe by1 a) ' facer
11 lIl~i1t-5 ha l). Ais i a tal blotches ad
tIr~ttIi llesia a byt a fou4il bli enh ~i Soultlae
a themllI in Cn,.ie' . \ batiao ger s ttaitstak
wa1 evrr d. The rl's'(hteii~td tIst diorder
s1ia becii thbitet k*lindl of a det tint to4
alo bfustnest y 1 nan A. gui V:htlyI kin~ ti
causfed. by igin itis o the b oo~d, : Aai i fonit
braith cians a lwek statuh. It ipIlI redt
dlciesion and an1( Iiative lier. AI15 let
bratheans thatk iC lteI slietah is swee-'t,
the ieti on It ood, th1e1 lvt ac t ilan pLthe
biweli, regitl . I1 1( t is an idic ti on s o fa
a torongbly jiconste.k itittil sweetns. 3(
Witengthtis I the1. 1 .toach faciiltte tei
ap i te,lC. Wtes digeto n ssi1ii1:1v41No2tiio
perfecit,fii in vig ra. the 1))1% liv o. an purif11e
al d enrichves thel boaodi Ii lthe gati
blood-niakler an S fl sh -hS ttiber t s h
gr~Iefa bloo-puifier1.'O It ie) thegieye
er ad tes 41nm((e elsic1 1. itpat
bot lilet and bodlily'' a ivity It eants
all heaes resut~iiingc (e frit~. tmnitieslin
th o 'otiat allrc -inticn ustore.
TO TAKE TESTIMONY
A ..CNDlI ATT111 t HAT.vrmCWERE 51A DI
Jo,e Tolb,ert. loem lit 41rceviow.wpo-solls till
- )is tori It t IiIm11(itp c at nItd 11.-1i a
Nut its V[s.It, lm 1'la11,t,114il.
(Tho St ate, 181-.h.)
JTi(r1dY WaIs ti. bday set for (ak
ing teltimoly it G (-ilw(Iod in tit
contest with It. H. Tolbert, llepubli
cln, has brought for th Congres
sionial smt or A. C. Lat-imer, Demo
crat, to whom the cortiticate of elec
iioln has 1)41 giVen.
ut no Cest i In ony Was takenl.
Tliero was.4 soro littlo excit omn ont
around Greenwood that, night ind(
Joo Tolbert, brother of the contest
att, Wasl inl town. 1i feared that
an attvitupt would bo 1nado to takv
his lifo nd(4 others apprehended there
WL4 som1e poHibility of 8uch in oc
urrene c, so that Joo Tolhert. was
kept well gutirded at his hot by
citizens who wished to prevent h.rouble
It, is statted that tho r.1umort of lilt it
tempt 11ponl Joo Tolbulrt-'s lifo werv
unfounded, but the reports woro cir.
culitted and it Wli thiought best to bo
on the outlook.
Tho conitestanti'm frivinds cliined
that it was unsafo for anfty ono to give
testimiiony in Tolbert'ti favor in (roon
wood and they tholrofore had the
hearing post ponvd. Nono of their
witnesson were prsent vxcvpt one
-Whom they did not, prodlic(0n the
grotuind that it. would jeopardwz, his
life. Notary Public Cohei had bein
appointed to take tlle testimli fld
it wits evel said by Tolbort's 1,ido
that he had beenl threateild. Tho
hearing Wiis accordingly post polied
ont the advice of Tolbers at.torney.
These alleged threits are hooted
lit by those who ire inl the position
to know, and it is statted that am Tol
bert's COli t(sIt isi inafidm Il itisl)10 becanse
of hil itu)r to filo tho notico at, the
propor tiio, (his iethod of procwd.
Illro is a1dopted to gail a sttlding Io.
foro t io congressional committee.
Joe Tolbert stateod that he wvas not
in reenwmood on business connected
with his brothlier's contest 1nd11( hence
it will be sontendod that the threat.s
against himln, if there were such, couild
have no bearing upoll the contest.
Joe Tolbert wvnt to Greenwood prv
lumtiibly to look alfteor business ill
tirosts inl that coutiity anld to visit
his farm but he returned to Chrilos
ton yestorday without going to th
fairm, niot enring to inicur anyI sup
lHon. G eorgi' E. P'rine, wvho is the4
at torneIy for Congresman1 Lat uter,
ret iurnied to Cohunb11ida yesterda y. Hei
dboes niot seemI1 to1 thIin k 11hiat, there
wais t he leaist (counda11tioni for siuspect.
he( backed4( his judgmen'it by oli'iring
1.> mlu rt4 the14 li - of alil e wi tiessos4
that. might. be brought forward by)
Tlol bert '8 side1.
.t is ntot. kniown when or where the1
talkinig of tostimon0y will ooccur but
t.ho) cni(testant will (loubI tletss (41ndeauvor
to have the matter alttenided on oIl
dlistanice fromt (reen wood as thle ITol
borts5 have fears as8 to t hei r saf(4 ty in
that pairt of the( counitry, which mayn
h,q ei t.hor real or feign edl.
Your friends may smile
But that tired feeling
Means danger. It
Atnd imrure blood(.
Trhis condition may
Lead to serious ill ness.
It should be promptly
Overcome by taking
H ood 's Sarsaparilla,
Which purifies and
Enriches the blood,
Strengthens the nerves,
Tones the stomach,
Createcs an appeCtite,
And builds up1,
Energizes and vitalizes
The whole system.
Be sure to get
enty Nflet i IIm PrIvit' 4PIIce ansio
Partis, Feb. M(.-M. Fol ix PaIlre
- Presidmnt of the reiui of !Franev
died lit 10 O'clock hast. nlight, afte
ail ilhm-as of loss thanl Ithr-vohours
Doaith lted froi ia stroko ol
f1popleixy, rgarItdmi Its light it fir'l
anud nlot, of It s'riolis i110ate. Tll
Prosident, was ill lis privlat(I Study
ait tho timeic, rea-1ding offivil docul
m1it'i01s, and prio to 111 srokco he(
had Inii inl his usIIII got)I heailth,
though had complaimtl throngh'l thlt
(day%' utt hm feli ti ftigov of ieit
WAs ww. vi:S-:DAv.
At 9 o'clock yostvrdaiy uorning
Premddlnt Fituro presildid ait t ho
uislul mvet ig of Ov eouticil. Therv
W(rO 11111y (111StionIts of great imnport
IAnc0 discissvd, but (ithere W(r Io
heflted alrgn11n4%lt, Itild whI vil (Im
111i11istorm h-ft i after 1wo hours 41f con.
foroence, tho) individually ilosm
Uth 1a11d of tho Presidmnt, With it
smile frhi at friondlly 1hng to
Iiui~~~ ~~ exd t 21111 S) t all"4 1 f
lidivie. Littlodid hey itigwim Choy
wrVl1 pressig tig ii miad of thwir vxv.
clitivo for th e IlsIt ii1.
At nloonl Presid ilat r aton(tjok his
lInic.lions usd. its d l Io igvttirned to
his tudy it 2 and speit th after
n.oon svit1d inl ai favor ri IlIlchlir
by tho fire, voniversing With ML Lo
Gall, Who, Ithllout, o'clock, iaslom
pernission to depart. dt rl' o'clock
INL. Lo l retilllu d, i inredia elv
reOporting himself to tho I eie.n.1vit,
Wo Wa14 thoul Si1gnIikg de1Icts pro
eed by Gonera- fillod, aicc41
ing to him dallily customn. Tho work
of signinig was thol aibmit ovoer iild
8oon 01ded. vilrail Biilloiud lund
gonm but t fow mlintub-e whii th
Prosident callvtd M. Lo (Gall, satying-:
"Com o <1in1ckly; I ft-ol i."
Whonlr . II L Gall Iich'd himli
to P1res1<ent ails '1bbirg his for-41
hlied ful saying:
"I11 do no[l wI Well."
1. Lo iall itskud him wh1ro i,
f1lt pain, and ih Prvxidolnt, ropliod:
"I fvol it ge(eral w(akowss. I amn
Dr. . m11111 rt, on(1t (I arrivill , aINv
e(her inhiailation. 111 did mo c.
1ider tho cnso smriouls, but (o finmlini f
tha11t his pationt, did nlot, rovivo lil,
dOecidh-d o ill.ect caiffoinv. T
PrOmidont was appart ly awrv
of thm serionsmvs of .ho athack, for
markut is the avassa
ba on, for, ae br ys
Lucio ar. Hntrip tep oo the
-V4,11m6 Now cof P i in 11s 1,4 Fr. m Dr. Va,&
(Cinceimiliti conInMrCial Tribulne.
Attmition has been enI!d to p11
giaa"i~al in I Sth onat. It iq a grow.
ill- evil i.l the ,i1 upit, It Ith die har and
iml tho halls of" conlgil('ss. 'ho only
way to idicato i is by exposurn.
Ol )Jiarllilry W;, Solnatior McLIlrin
l Jilred alO111t fiddreS igitliNst
t.ho policy of oxilisioll. Oi m1
iry 30, while th Irny bill Wis bl.
foro t.ho House, Mr. St rit amkod
leavo to print anll ladd-4r-H of Dr. Van
Dyke, dolivor-d oil 'hIankh-givinig
Ibty ill th(% Brick church ill New
York city. Ali exclso for got,ting
tho aiddross ill tho Icord w1i giveln
1 Alr. Strait. It wats to bo cornsid
er*o(d us i pit of his remarks.
Hlr,e aro a f(%wv extracts from Dr.
Vanl Dykw's ablo addres8s:
'h1110 lcceptlie of imporialisin
111mlls that wo 11111ist b propared to
Seit. our ploughish LIresH into swords and
ourl, priming llo)kH ilto sllars, and
o ready It) waiter distant luitids il
stain forleigll Hvits with inl over il'.
Creatsing torride. of Amoerivan blood.
is it, for this thatt philaitithropitsit
amI Christian privatchors urgo uts to
atbandmn ullr peacefiil mission of on
lightmont und i rtist forward, sword
in h1ad, inlto tho arnalli of inl-rild
"British ilstitutiohns airo founded,
HS (a11dSt0o110 hS Sail, Oil tho doe
trino of ine(tiliaty. Amorican intiti
cutions Jiro foioaled on tho doctrine
of equalioy. If wo lhocoim it cololiz
ig I rwl' wAo must aIbandonl our ill
"titutio s or, ho 111 ralyzmd by thom.
"Oti govenn-111114-ut, with itt cleckim
and ballm-cs, with itts prudont and
(cohsIVativo iiis of IOW0e', is
tho host. ill tho world for plen anld
self def41nle, but tho Worst in tho
WoId for what. t.m Presidit clilod,
at fIw llonltis ago, 'crimliilal aiggros
Soalitor MaNr'iin said ill Il i adl
drvsH to the Sonato, among other
"Implrialkisil m10ans inht wo mu t
b)oa1t our pruning Iook into lspolarsH
anid bM read1y to Wate(1 distnilt 111114
ial Hi.tain (iShisht, HOInS Wit-h1 It Over
calsing tovrei of American blood.
It, ll'eaIs It aven en1ding 1trif1 With
(ho mlittion1s of hi World.
"British ilst.i ution aro founded,
said Mr. (iiu81lso, upoll th doc
trinio ileqiulity. Amelorivall ingtioti
tions tro foundled upon t1h 10tibo
a)f <pli t y. A goveVrnment31 I of the1
peopl h', by) th Ii eople a' hia for tIle
laolel is imprel'agltuIle for dIefencee,
bu11,tI mpotouit for compo1lait.
"'(h)ir g Ioernmen1' t, wit.hi it 18cheeks8
sidIns of powier, is th hos0t ill thle
w atbl for peaie and14 theo poores8t for
(rimIIIl inl aiggressio ns. G~reait IBri tain
is an1 olIigarchiy, not1 ai repulIic. It
is ruiralltt ity rather dloeocray.
It isps;l that1 Seniator McLu
rin wi~'ill e'xens1 h1is mItistuak by a1' ttri
buogitt thIle)1 mision of gn tot a
noti, onel good pin t i-i mlla. TJhe
SenaIt ora shonhlll rad miome sermtoh1s.
As genlerai lling the prealchlers 1110
(bdinentalt, lhoulgh tI'' bey lanot al1ways
allfairs. IThe Scriptures1' will nolt ali
way1 s supp)jortl tIthem, ait least1 ilnC ques8
I in were'ta jmlagmen'rt pala.vs th l earul
Iing 1)art. Butt froml one1 41.d. of the
h11nd1 toII1 the Cthi iho11 puIJlpts con(tain
(carned'a, enln give'' in mos0~t of th10
ars, but1 h~a um Taoltltio utriks. Then10
noa autwill be I a foiundi.
1 Mis WI nNO's1 CONuTlON
be1linIg SI)o 11 u au'yete'ray al 1fte.rnloon
ata(1l)jupon IOI iniry it wasil stiated thaut
Criends8 wouhl( wVishI. Het has1 1late ly
acro1-8 t he hall. Yeste&rdayl, hIowOver,
h18is oghl wasil more13 trolesolHmle, but
thle rep~or t that hle had1 a1 hlemorrhalgo
duinga the4. aft er noon wa hs night