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> i'AI D1865. E NEWBERRY, S. C., IDAYSAU(US,AA
GEN. GORDON'S REPLY
TO PROIEST OF VETS.
A(.INST HIS AlKIEN I4 ORANIP
AIRM1Y (EUNION IN UISIA0.
li% Conloscieneo Ilia Olily (iuld.-Anld Ito
Propagen to Conitin Ilp WI'ork for
sectIollial Unitv ani J1stiee
to the Smith.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 20.--Gon. John
B. Gordon, conimandvr in chief of
the United Conlfe1dolrato votorains, has
pr-pared a reply to it rusolution ro
contly ldoPted by a camp of Confed
oriato vterans at iN.w Orleans, con
deinling tho Bluo an11d Gray reunion
in Atlanti, reconijonding that no
moro similar roui.is bo hold and
protesting against ( in. Gordon fic
eopting an invitatiun to tho (. A. I.
reunion in Chicago. 'Ilie r(-ply is its
Kirkwood, (ia., Aug. 20.
To the Confederate Associaton of the
Army of the Totinessov:
Comrades: "A rk-solulior recently
adopted by your amoeiation at the
instance of Gon. Chileron, criticising
several ncts or su1pp1osed Ots of min14e,
entirely osaped my attuntion it the
timei of its ippoarn eo in the public
press and I h1vO jUst seen it for the
first timo. I undet-tand this action
of your association to mean a formal
and public notice t b at you disapprove
of ily participatioI in tho Blue 11and
Gray meeting which rocontly occurred
in Atlanta; and al-( that it means a
forial and Public protet-J by your
association agaiD.st m-1y Receptalco of
an invitation *xteAd1 to me by the
Grand Army of the Repuilic and by
the executive comniittee of t ho citi
zins of Chicago.
"The object of this reply to your
resolution, which yi failed to send
me, is not to cill in quoeition the
right of your nssociation to cri(iciso
any official act of mino which does
not, meet your approva. I do wish,
however, to state kindly but frankly
and plainly that my own conscience
and my own concept ion of duty must
bo my guide in the future as in the
"As to the cour!oous and cordial
invitation of both the G. A. I. and
of the execut ive com mittee of Chicago
citizens, I have to 'ate that I greatly
appreciated the compliment paid me
by chat invitation, and the spirit
which prompted it. Circumstances,
however, rendered it impossiblo for
m0 to accept and I so notified the
officers and committees nearly two
incoths ago. But., in this connection
also, I wyish to siy that I must be the
judge now andl hereafter of the pro
p)riety of aocopting invitat.ions from
any sect.ion 'f the country or an,y
ass of my s allow-countrymen.
"'In ordor- that there may be no
possibl mmiuderstanThg of my po
sition on those and i.1 kindred mat
tors, I repeat my Sole gumde must be
my own' convictions of duty to this
whole country, and to the Southern
people whose glorious record in all
the past, whose traditions, dignity
and honor I bave ondeavored' to do
fend and uphold at all timoes and in
all sections and under all conditions.
"In conclusion, lot it be definitely
understood that eo long as Provi
dence permits me to speak or labor,
I shall continue tlbe effoxts which I
.have made for 30 years in the inter
est of sectional lbrmony and unity.
Whatever I can do will assuredly be
done for the truth of bistory, for jus
tico to the South and to all sections,
for fostering our chierishod memories,
for the obliteration of all sectional
bitterness and for the settlement of
all sectional oontitves on a basis
consistent with the honor and the
mainhood and the solf re.spect of all.
J. B. Gordon.
Contentg of the Inte- -'ationa l Monthiy for
The expansion of Russia, and The
Far Eastern Quettion, by Alfred
Ramband, Senator of France, Morm
h er of the Institute.
Primitive Objects of Worship, by
L. Marrillier, of Paris.
Bacteria in our Food Products, by
- Prof. H. W. Conn, ofWeeynUi
Trade UinPolicy, by Ada F.
Werber, of Albany.
Emerson, by Charles Malloy, of
Til EVES OF" I.' \l. 'tt i IN M l ls. 1)1s.
Col. T,o1111ii,h 'utm li tlt Trittlio lit it Cot
visi.lig sh1ao at. Clitamnoii Iltitute.
"Do Not I'lanit Cotton."
To the Editor of The State:
I have just returned from the
farmers' instituto hold at Clemson
collego. VO woro Well received and
entertainod during our our stiy. It
proved one of tho most valuable and
instructive meetings for farmers over
held in this State. VO not only had
the best Oxpert belp of the college
but oxperienced ien from (lit ex
poriment station of other Stattvs who
gave lectures on all subjects pertaini
ing to farming and itH relativo in
Wo had representativo mon from
overy euunty in the Stato ndllt any
0one, could eitily see the iteed of theso
anual gatheritigs whichi brinig the
farmers faco to face w;th - uch able
mon is Professors Nownian, Wlborn
and othern, to solvo the problens wo
so often meet on our farms.'
While not attouding lectureti or
driving over tlle farm Wo were at the
barriteks making political speeches,
discut:sing the leettires and telling
funny stories. Th(ere was very little
sleeping doin, three hours being
about as ititich timo ats wo could got
in, but Ve 1,m1gled and grew fat, all
weighing moro whenl we left, though
the thermomet, r %,.us registerirg U8
and .100 whilo we were there.
The lecture by Col. D. A. Tompkins,
!"ho Relaition of failmm'rs to the Cot.
ton Mills," was doeidedly tho hit of
the institute, boiig something entire
ly now to ihoso who hay not thought
much along that line.
I live within hearing distanco of
the whistles of 18 Imillp, the smallest,
of thoin being 10.000 spindles, and
have never heard any complaint about
If farmers have no money in these
mills how are they to derivo tiny
benefit from 1hem, here I vill say
not from cotton. I hiave been all
along that road for the past 15 years
and after hearing Col. Tompkins it
is easy to set the mistake that has
The farmer who lives within 10
miles of one of these mills need not
think much about cotton raising.
A man called on m a few days ago.
We call these men "scalpors"up here,
and wanted to kno.w if I had any
beef cattle, she( j'at ig, poultry,
fruit or vegetables to dispose of. 1
told him such things were very scarce
in my neighborhood, but I had 150
acres in cotton and if I could get a
rain would mir ke a good crop. Hie
looked up at the sun and said it
was getting late and he would dtrive
on. This is where wve are making
our mistake, so hold up your hands
and call a halt.
I told you who woere at the inati
tute about the man from Tennessee
buying my calves to carry home wvit.h
him to grow for Richmond market.
Don't do this arny muore; there is
where yon are losers.
Prof Welborn Qf t he Mississippi ex
perimnent station told us that lie sold
six months old calves to a dealer in
Iowa for $29.00. This dealer after
keoping them 12 months Bold them
Smooth your land for grass, cut
more hay, raise more grain and stop
trying to raise so munch of thme
"d-d cotton," as you called it when
you were talking at the barracks.
Now, brother farmers, suppose wc
turn over a new leaf.
Hoping to moot you again at Clem
son collego barracks with Chief Cool<
Schilletter in the kitehen, I bid you
a 12 month# farewell.
RI. W. Hamilton.
Jonesvillo, Aug. 20, 1000,
sitOT Hil JI.3wEr
A Negro Usea~ Hi~isatoi Wtt,h flmily EffTect
~(Spocial to The Stt.)
Lauurens, Aug. 22.-Adam Bonae
was committed to jail yesterday foi
killing his wife in Jacks.>n townshi1
Monday. Ho used the haindy pistol
shooting hot througvh the body.
Bears the I,O TheKid You ||av8 800$ ouJ,
SAID IT WAS A IE.
|It'sWEENICY IC(4 A 110) ON TilE STAND
AT I TiTU1Il(4.
( a41 atry Mi tde I ht Chaitrget- 30 II Inl TO Ii 1
'Ilat M Swee.ncy Igeard um1nml Tljgc r.
an1( 1t 'u 't Ill It Ii ' to! I W m k1 ft o r
1111n1. Which 31cswes-I .ey Dc
1114n 11r111 G.ary Did
11411 V I'e.
1,1o spocil cailliti-ril 11100tinl; a lt
Batosbllrg was onlo of th le piciist of
the siumor. The tilt was bet ween
Gary and McSweioy. (Iary at.
tacked MeSweeney oil his inforco.
mIIent of Ilo dispensary law.
h'llon he went on to say that here
was Gov. McSweeney boasting of do
ing as imuch as could bo doo and
while in Columbia lie had beei tol
that there had not boen at constable
in Columbia in three weeks and tbat
it% was stiated that no constablo had
been in Coluimibia inl weeks, except.
to pass through although it wos no
torious thero were blind tigers in Co.
luibia. Then Mr. Gary went on to
say lie understood the constables
woro out working for McSweenoy.
Gov. McSewooney aroso and said:
"Mr. Gary, that statomont is n1ot,
Mr. Gary vent on to say that he
had positivo information that his
statoments wero correct.
Gov. McSweeney said that iihii
statements woro not correct amd de
man1111ded the proof.
Mr.. Gary--I can givo Nou Ohe
Gov. McvSweenoy-1 d(i miald t1
Mi-. Gary-Col. John 1'. G.ash1on
told mlo so.
Gov. McSweeoey-- say there i!j
not one word of truth in (lie stato
Mr. Gary--Mr. V. J. Shelton told
mo so also.
Gov. McSwoney--lt is not so, not
a word of it.
Mr. Gary then went on to ask if
things were to be allowed to run riot
in Columbia in this way and if the
constables, as he had been informed,
were sent off to do work for Gov.
When Mr. Gary had concluded his
speech Gov. McSweeney aroso and
said to Mr. Gary he hoped he under
stood what he had to say, which was
that any information that lie had
sent constables off to work for him
was untrue and that whoover said so
told a deliberate lie.
Mr. Gary asked Gov. McSwoonoy
if he was going to Columbia on the
afternoon train and he said that le
was, whereupon Mr. Gary yaid lie
would brmng the parties face to face
and said that lie made the statements
upon the authority named.
CIER5D AT EVERIY AlleN lION.
WVisconsmin)Democruats Enthmuslatle Over
Liho Mention of iiryan.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 22. --The
Democratic State convention ton ight
nominated1 Louis G. Bohimrich of
Konosha, for governor and completed
the State tickt. The platform, en
dorses the Kansas Cit.y platform,
dononncos trusts and demands var
ious State reforms. The name of
Mr. Bryan was greeted with cheers
at overy mention.
A communication was received fromi
the Populist convention stating that
that party wvould endorse the presi
dential electors as rat ified -hby the
Y'oU sEY's MOIJON (IiANTED).
Ilia ('Cs Contginsut-d Along WVith Thren
Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 22. -Judge
CantrihR today Ibeing satisfied that
Henry Youtsoy is not in pr~oper phyisi
cal cond(it ion to 5(t and trial for alleged
complicity in t he GJoobol murder, con
trinued the case until the next term of
Owing to illness in the family of
one of the attornieys for Combls,
WVhitaker and Davis, those cases also
were postponed to the October term.
Tihe accused will b)0 admitted to bail
in the sum of $3,000 each.
Bloari, theo lhiO Kin'] Ycu llaie AWay Bought
-rhe It'tuotrtavy of I iotTy lIIti4t4t ili
To tho Editor of State:
At the countiy capaigi metin
held today tle assemliago resolve
itself into a mits meting, at vhiel
Mr. 1). A. Spivey read thIiet slanderon
circiiia r of N. \. irtolor agams
][on. .1. 1'. D.arham. I I.nmciatori
sp1eechs were mdiltl Iy Ilons. Je r,.
milih Smith, Jaro( Mich< an,1 11. 11
WoM<hard, Alsr.J. M. ()livor, J
0. Norton im-11 inieronu. othors. 'It
folowing Itatelivt. was iF;eIl at
signed 'by evviry cmit v ('1licial am
all the candidates (211 inl all ) foi
county offics aniitfld was likewise pass
ed by the Unimi111illouls voto of svvorll
hundrvd citizei;s voicinig tho smnti,
ment of Ilorry couty:
We, the v:tizons of I ll-v count v
been shown ia circular singved by imi
N. W. 13r4ok.er and bvin)g broadca):.-4
through ouglt tho State, in which I. -
Verotly at tachs our wort by com pt rcll.
getieral, the I Ion. .1io. P. Derl I;.
Issails his o1"icil record find( que1s
Lions his Deiocracv.
Wo Wish to lerehry denloulnco ti
tafteients of -.aid cirenlar as Vih
landers pon ihe nio iine of an liontor
Ade man mid ill v*.cit-int Ofic(er,
The chargo that. Mt%. J. 1). Dvirbawn
was allied with ie "I.4gro against
11th whto ite peoplil e ai e tirk day
is an infaimus fa1shhoo,tl-\vit hout
tle least, s-mllblanco oi trith. M r.
Derhu in in dat al. ol, '76 was r
inero boy of 1 ) >\ vars ald consp( (1init
lV had abs>hu1tely no part ill tlis
Naminpaign :-avo to wear tihm red shirt
coideni l'plAicant imlethods ant
hurralh for 1.mptil1tonl. Ht-orry county
hits ntever lit once in her history
'Aected to> olict. tler than a true ani
loyal Dnoerit. T his sentimlent,
Dvenl in t ho "diloik dlos" preecedingi
' , prohibitod the appointiment c
worthless id incompt Rott Rpubli
cans to fill oflios. Wbilo Mr. Der
hum (father of comptroller) held i
n)11) tit -o ilt IppoI Iitil(Im t a I' treasurvi
L)f this couily I under a Repliblicar:
administration, it Was genierally ro.
garded its fortunato that, we had th
services of tin honset imin and goot
official. II o nado an excellent, oflicoi
and turned over i cloan shot, on hi
Mr. Jno. P. Derhai was but 2;
yetirs of ago when in 1.8 he wa
elected school commissioner of thi.,
county, and this positicn ho hold tin
til lhe Wis iolninlated andl(] a))oinlte(
autditor ini 1888. In '92 lhe was pro
moted to the oflico of senator, ii
whlichl position lho gainied d.istinctitor
andl marde numierous frienids. In 'Vi
he was appointed chief clerkc in th<
comptroller genieral's oflico undel
lHon. James Nort.on. In '97 lie wm:
elected b)y the legislature to succoet
Mr. Nort.on as Comnp4 roller. Againr it
'98 lie was reolecto(d by theI p)eophl
to the ofince which he new hols. 1 b
waLs also an active miember of thie
conistituttional conivOeti of 1895.
For six years lie was chatirman o
the Democratic party of this coutt
anid wats its reognized leader. T<
aill these positions of hiono~r andt trus
lie waIs elevated b)y the votos of
Democratic people. Until this nan
Birooker desired thoi ofice now so do
servinigly hold by Mr. Derham mi
onoe has over boon known to questior
his loyalty to the Dlemnocrattic part'
or to the white p"oli le who ha lve S<
often- honored him.
The charges of Brookor, disj Iayo<
tunder the sacred Maison ic embllemn
against Mt. Doe hami's oflicial recor<
not only ell'-mts Mr. D)erhamn but ari
reck less chia rgt : ii agnat every c licer
in every county of t-ho State, who i
in any way conntectetd wvith Iihli ta:
dIOpartmIenit. Said charges are suf
ficiently reintebd by the good charate
ter of 4 the- oflicials.' Wo regar<
thiese ne.:nisaLtons alIso a.s a reflection
upon the g,>ttd judgemtenit of the peo
plo throtughi.mt. thle S; ate who hav<
elevated Ilinsu, worth liofrlicials to th
positionts they now hold.
We feel snre that. theso insua
tions will he' re5.entted andI thle sty1
of campaigning i 'aug- iatedi by th
politicai r>ore-heaad will bo sovere'l
damnllfed1 at the polls on the 28th.
Wn.ale nlinanra inl nanrsin Mt
for his polit ical record, an1d 1 C(l 'onlm.ml
ill; hitl to t[ho peoplo of ile Shito its
ai high *IoI1wd, honorabe1C1( gtlemanCII1I
and ono worthy illth support of all
.1rVilliah Smlith, Ch'ni1.,
. . n,
1). A. Spivov,
Conlway , S. .,Aug 1 ~, 1h. IN0)(.
County p:1pers plolas VopyN..
I 'rom cover to Cr 01t CoteItS
of ."vorybody,bi Mttgninlo foir Sep.
toiIberarti tho mst tingluA of
anly iistio of thalit rvil(ariablo pori -
odical y It plblis ied. I n pratist f
tho covoer its;(lf loo muhcanlnot
be sai oi f th1o Ialulfy of its (it
si"ll, whiclh is not only vI ci II
I (1 k,t origi a1 : Ito march of im.
I ra )vemen1lt inl tho -rocv!-i of printing
i- h oI O bettVr ShOWn ta inl tIhl
;-weimen of 1ulti color work. A
e r, t stor b v ) . S. It. (' rocketI
vltitled "A -Scillh Symnip-siuml" Is
wi tten in hi s picul iairly dolig)( fill
mann11iler; ilho rI aderi look)Is al t tho
c!.ractoles dra-wil, through tOe SP110C.
tacwS of h goo mli ttulir d u izzi
Iliy I )Sob IsNva t 1ph11siCia wi ho e ll
thel( story, fuld tho doctor doosinot
biltt to t turt. N rys on 11lhuman
folhjs. l Ilw n ( reat. City i
Ch ulled'' is thw Subject of l. volry in.
ti ng ' au i l d "(yst i Fa-1er, am
ing" is t h,' t"itl of ail t articlo i n I'
, pagsVttingr cm,htill 11111ch iloro of
freloter ge'eral Intort.A thian woit
fo im iued b th unti mito d. T hI'll
".Simlplo E.Thlnationl" 1 tho mlonith
is if " I'ho L igof the u N -hich
sublj(et ll'fords at great de al of siml
plo and intto ltaililig 11 l-Aructionl.
Aniong other illustrated itories amn
articles, of wIiI thro aro many,
are-0 "Artisth M11oddl," biutifully il
01strated with photographs; the Con
tiioll of Stuart iobsor's dolight.
ful atutobiograpy, "A Llickyl 11a11
Zard,1" by Mary Moncilre Palohr, and
" I iv e nl V ic o r ia a nlo d ( 1 1 4 r F a mn i ly t s
O i[,ts9, with i li st rat ions from
drawing.oi by tI Quell tnd Iher
daughtor, tho F:mpress Frodtirick.
Altogether at grat ten cents worth!
Frank Losliv's Popular Monthly
for SoptembLr illuistratos to pos
Sibilitos of a Agazino which aims
to k 1 inl touli with th serioui in
torost0 of the More inltlligOnIt. en
a.ndome ofi.' toda, as wlil as o
amit over01 Iy r or byCi o clornes n
v'tail'tyo Ths ladingatil i
pesrona,ttl isco rd fabty unparalle-IC
told adontrtetwiten by( W. Walton,iri
chi quate;rmast (or ofor navy,t who
sare wC'Oithill Lin n ilor a cap~h)
tiit of1114 m111i or ofa en ight monilutrhs
among'~CCiiJ'C th il iTiling as.
msigtiote charterI. ofth
F isilpno peoplo. o The omuch taled
ofi( il of Tingfang Chies Ministe hat
Whigton,1( ot t ributes~' an ivoney
this isriforced biuy ant arOticio thll
Iigijus thr facts aoit th n Ie latxer
Iwhih uforpole knIow,t and 'over-it
bbdy 1) wantsfoeIy knyow. e
CONSTAA.s IIAAv 11iVN CONSIrAN11 LV
I N ((II.I'.111.1.
1I:ho Iniforniv halt i iv% -I. n .a EV14rc My
\v romi t ('liItibles Who 11Itav.' Ieni
Ill Ilti c t 'hl "li'ie naaltical.
R i1C hlmi 10II ha t 'I 111 3 . ' 1 11 Icalth.d lL
(h ohri bt t1i %'c-Ird. 1.
I ita of ( hthe s i i, l (..,4 w1 ro inl
tIhl ilL ,h t I Ii Iih , mi l u t litl t(Ifl
oish-i(o if i litics cond w l b 1 b an
It o I Itl .i IJ Irs. TIhll o chIt ier
matter I( I of intrs d ,I-(," IIi-,vIscssed Nv was
( ;( V. N IeSw e e <h('n(.I v o i nglli_ as it
ialicious li ho IaI M t t ei ilt to (It
ILI've tihal no con't le b ad 11111 lw( I inI I
Colbnhllibill for sovorl dwvoks, find tha(li
(Ih'y wvoo Senit off to oloctiloneer4
Inl (Iovvernor Mleswc(nOy's intorost.
(lr. ( liar yg v Ill;is authority for
tho steim11ent C.O. john '. (Iston
andl W. J. Shel .L Ir. (Ifltry sikid
I wvollhl bring til, nwll f1w to facvo
With (I vrt 6 it h i i r. ('lary
\r as 1111 ill th e ity hi1t ni;lht.
It is 111111er. 1ot-A tha tIo ( Loverlor
n%ill gvI sla It r-il f-o"I reabliao c!i(t
izllil showing ti hat- s b Ill Ii's lavt\o
been statio d hlivro legilarly. is II
11111tor of ftHy havo beotll ratid
in, blind tigYPrS con0tantly And ma11do
thi "gnid 11111dil" Satlr-day nlight.
Tho vaeml-1 parky will rei-tunl
holm thi-, alftenn>on al( will bo nwt.
at, tho ali l(lan ing sitroot statioll andA
escorted C> thi lms 111o provihod for
th ir vnt11 ort ai . Il o 1
Thto conist 1bdl n1' w s11 Ota itOne ill
(' m1111111biai, h tVI l inu lO thll fOlOWing
liiii 11s as to their praemn inll
J ..11 t.11100, 1 f li m-akor, aIIN H
ho i:; at rosid-.n11 t (o f ancasteI' I r and ha11s
bucil at constalel inl Cohunllbiat sincwo
Alwglst. IRidki hav-e. boen InIado
VVrI'y <hy excvpt (lnt Sin y, 11u
that (nit tho '2.t1 h Hr, c' nMiablb s tlr-1
c(d ovor to the,, Stato dispnsry '10
hottles of bor ani livo galloni o-f
litinor suized( at the4 e xpro.s, offico.
flo Says Owhe rt. hos oonl throo or
11i c011n01shibles il t1 eily * N overy
(Ihly hinlceo a bm- n hocr, anroMd that
hIo hi oever to nll ills( ructo to do0
anty politiclwrk but lbas beoen
told ilt con-Ilabivs aro expoctod to
or quit oil p IU i S xr.
.1 1 It. Kison, anothIer contable,
says that hm IlIti beenl Stationed inl
Columbia co)ntinuiouly sincem JuIly
12, aid thatrs rid laivo ben mado
daily sinlle that timio. I to hais boi
colistablo for hvwo yours ma 11as 11vr
rl*C0ived iist rtions to do political
W.W.laris Lor of thecon
stabulary, say.s tlat lo ahol
statiood horbinc Governor Me-.
I-IC IO ONE' IN NE,W O1ICrAN8.
Avvigleig 1 111mi1 or iolI Olliver -1tay
N 14"1 W"-r4 ItaH11y He'atem ai Special
DetI al of 1 1 Polleemon wire No.
v'emm:ary tit Quoit nIM.
A Now York di-;patclisays: A mob
of sovorial hkundrod porsonll formed it
I I o elock Wodnlooday Iight in front
of te(. iolm, of >olic-vimlan Iobort J.
Illorpe, 'I'hi i rty -svolitl stroot an,l
Ninth ivonu%, to wroak vongounco
11pll tho logroos of that noighbor
hood bovauso ono of thoir race had
caulsod tho policviman'ti d1eath.
Th1orpo wasi stibbod Slinday night.
by iovoral nogroos while I was at
(4-.mptilg to arromt i colorod womaln.
'ho 111 a1n who is said to havo inlictod
most of til' injurios is said to ho Ar
thmr Iarris, nitIgro Who reachod tho
city siveral woolk ago from Wvh
Ii a f mlollmints tho mob swol lod
to I , o>l poopleor m1 1oro, and asi thoy
bovi ao vio'ont, tho negrovs flod in
forror into al11Ny hiding placo they
cldd finid. Tho polico romirvo from
four 'ttat ions, numiborring .100 ill all,
wern callmd out.
Tho 11101) ragod tllrough 1th dis
Srie,ll aI1 logroos, rgrd"iAloss of ago
or MIX, WOrO indiscrimimately lit
lnck..id. Scort's woro injurod. It
took tho colblild offorts of tho re
serves, with ais 1111ly more opoliconlonl
on rg1iiulr du1ty in tho four procincts,
to re1.toro ordor.
Chubs woro usoki until (th polico
m1en well) 11almost, oxhllst xh d. 1ovolv
!; w (11111iOd into the air and inl
31nv or Iwo instanleos firod at tho up.
pr stori.s of tho nogro tonoment4
from which Uho flogroes dofonsivoly
Athrow bricl, pliving Mon% and other
For (ho noxt hour tho stroots woro
filltid Wi0t a1ri0tinig, Sur1ging0 mob01.
It was at sconlo of vory much tho tsamlo
01rulor a's as look placo a fow days ago
iml Now Orloans. Now York its
ividom had its oIual. Tho shout ing
of the m1on, thol sh1riokinig of tho
wolumo, Ihe1 huuiontatious of 1lie chil
onilt h slootiig Iof rovolvorsi, crash
in(g of winitlows amd all mado a per
foct p landellolliubm.
Thoro woro it ono time more thaii
)0O person ill Broadway. Up and
Jown, into and out of hotls an(d ma
loolls, iit.o liertd Hquaro and sido
itreots tho mob wont looking for no
r0o0s. Any unforh,nato Hack was
it un aind til1 boton. Many wore
husIlod into th West Thirty-sovonth
strt11(5 sttion for p)rotectijolt.
Weo hatvo r)ceive w'3l ,ith1 p)leasulre a
h er"' of (1he Catrolin 11 I'lTachors' J our
nal1. It is very neaitly printed on
good piapor, anid is filed with mfuchi
literost ing matitter ini regardi to theo
9tiIunltls school0 at Winithr'op. Ho
highly did Ithe teacho3rs appreciato
it tltat immet(diatoly up~on1 its aippear..
(1c0 thel fol lowinrg resoItioni was
Whlorenst (tho, rnainitenaniIco of an
organl for thll teaichinig p)rofessionl C
',outh1 Carol uina Is iuidispensaiblo to
theo progress and1( promlotion of odu
litntina inltorests in our Stato;
And wher 0ons, theo "Sumnmor School
Nmnbt er"' of (ho Carolina Teache3rp
I -lornal maunifosts the progressive
haitractor of tha~t palpor;
TVhereforro, h)e it rosolved b)y the
(MncherH aissemtbled ini the Stat Sumfl..
nor Schlool, t halt theirt thaniiks are duo
\tr. ,J. IFrank F"oosche (of WVinns..
>oro )rorf secuinig to Catrolinai ton(eh..
-rs t his p)rogressivoe jottrnai,
And bo it further resolved1, that
mrI teaicherst', collectively and indi
idl(lJy, ought to encourage anud
,u pport the Journal, ad thus mauko
t still mtore wvort.hy of theogreat body
-f workers ml whoso intorest it is
1this summer? Then add a
to his milk three times a day.
It is astonishing how fast
he will improve. If he nurses,
? et the mother take the
SEmulsion. ~o.an.oo-an ds..