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THOS. J. ADAMS, PROFR. 1
EDGEFIELD, S. C, THUiRSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1882
.'VOL XL VI I.-NO. 39.
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to . I MM'?NS
dfiH.1 o-'i*??n, i
. irk "tr 'h? P \<r,v
.*>n' Phill* and F^vr
rTicxli of lb? Rpio-t *<.?
rR?yet discovered a m?*di
.? NCPITfr i ovpdi\i,
0~R LIVER CURE.
For *>de hy
D. K D!TH|?*OF ?fe C?.. Rdgefi.?ld *.?
DO WIE ct MOISE Proprietor*.
Charleston, S. f
Oct. IP. 'R2 - Sni4*l
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It la for th
Cure of this disease and ita attendant
SICK-SEADACHS, BILIOUSNESS. DY
PEP3IA. CuNStlPATlON. PILES, etc., th;
TUTT'8 PILLS have gaiued~a world-wii.
reputation. Ho^Remedy haa ever ber.
discovered that act?; eo Bently on th
digestive organs, trivia.; them yigorto at
ii?il?IIe~food. Aa a natural result, th
^irvoua System is Braced", the~Muscl'
aro Developed, and the Body Koburt.
Civilis einci jPovor.
E. RIVAL..? Plantar a*. Baycu Sara, La., say:
if j plantation la In a malarial dtotrlct. Kc
r?v?rai years I could BM intOce bair a crop o
Account of blUouj dUccsos and cbiUn. I wa
atjarir dl'icoiiraffeci whtm I befr.-VD th? uao o
TUTT'S PILLS Tho rey.it: TCT.S roitrveiour)
-rv i<?r>cr*,-'? Boan became- hearty ?ad robuvt,
A?i .' u?vn aivi fi.rclier troablo.
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.. un ?>.' thia Ov::. It
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ui by expmn o?: receipt
BJ f>:rcei. N?wYork.
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ui:i? V*?fitt Sienriptm B
~ r3 ot? f.pplioctXon. *
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T'T P3 ?ihurp cn* r^P'oa.^n?i a ooptinn
nnr\ a >'i. of a ?'ru?e, i4i??t?p ?nd rt ii r
ablo Stool Wir*- F?""'? w'h'oh ur? now Iv
ing u?J"d at th*? Vorth anH V?.rthtv?ct jp
proforonc? tn qnv ntpor Hurt <-?f f. ncini/.
Wh?rpvr I?- hi?. hem tried il hs? given
It ix a not v.">rl? ?viMiniit narho snH will
Vn?p out ?rrisll ply?? nr nnvnrhor animal*
that mav loj?ir?> srar ^nn "r furm *?mpa.
It mnkw nu <*h?'\o and ihelt? r" no *>ne
2ptr?a t/> rr-'P? or nmiltrv.
It, la piat thf? f. nr-o for Oarrlona, I/its.
Tja^'na. P<ika anrl cPm(.toriw
B*>'n? d'pp?'din Rnat-r?r"nf paint lt wl'1
la"* a U*V? ?imo. anrl ta hotter than board
fen co In ovorv roanp<*r
Ir ia psiallv anrl q?ilnkly pnt np.
?neclmena of Penro an?* Gnte?
Can ho ?pon at tho AnvFRTiarR hnMHIntr
whero a "took lakppton hand and whTA
nil information a? tn price, Ac, can be
lt. G. M DITVOV%NT. kgf.
RPOF.FIELD C. H., S. C.
ARTHUR S. TOIPKHS,
Attorneya t-~L a w,
Edgefi^d, F. C.
i Air ia, lett
Di MEMORY OF BEN HILL
FAH. H. H.AYNF.
[In one of Mr. Jame-, R. Randal '.
graphic Washington letters he details ar
interview with Senator Hill, in the coarse
: of which, referring to his then condition,
' the Senator spoke as follows :
"if I rerover.it is well. If J di?, il is
: also well. While 1 think it strange that
I a man whose constitution was formal by
i physical labor on a farm, and who, up to
j a year ago, never had a day of iii health,
! shon!i be aiHicfed with an inexplicable
! disorder of the blood, 1 resign myself into
j the hands of my Creator, who will do
with rae what seems best to Hi l?, and
either raise rae up to further usefulness or
summon me away. I await with patience
Oft hast (boa triumphed in the keen de
Lightened and thunder* I thro' the Sen
Now o'er thee clouds of muffled silence
And by the flickering Fe hire's veiled gale
A sombre SHADOW seems to watch and
Still, round, thy House of Life, from wall
Dost thou not hear the golden trumpet
To those high lists which gird tne strifes
The old instinct stirs ! the ancient warrior
Flushes thy blood .' and ne'er (thoa know
est it!) yet
Have thy strong pulse? felt ;i loftier bent,
Nor nerve and brain lo lordlier praise
Come, lift thy weapon ?-Heaven 1 what
spell is heie |
Our l.anncelot.'s har.?i bal me-t;! -.<. phan
tom spear !
His firm hann' drops ! Across Inn ?V.. a
Of furrowing anguish flashes (... dark
J ?ear to his son! is Action, dear is lanie !
"What! must J rept," he murmured, "lost,
"While others drink ol Glory's radiant
"Veal if God wiil," iu softened accents
"Io him I yield lip-; honor, purpose,
"Kneel to His wi: i nr.. worship st His
Ah ' chastened heart, these words of sim
Af noble* H?.?, thy lordliest sp-j^eh be
They mount or, wing of Pentecostal tire
./-ml when yon Senate halls are blackened
May crown the fullness nf thy soul's de
^^M^fcl^^vnkiir.-.y;; j.-,- rn---rf.:,l
marv io r-quir** pay in a^vano?*
inmediately alter m king his I s
ol ectimi Gardiner disappeared =-n
1 ? not b-en seen or h-ard o' sinc
taring ""i Hi"pl y of firew rk
fhuiWiay .right he t?*>k a r?i'w.y
r i , it H surmised, arid left tlie pl-?c .
? lsab^euce ?rasnot noticed, howt-ve
i I'the n*xt morning, wh-n hi* s r
ants went to summ ni h'm to br^ifc
stand found fan roc fh-v lu
eft. it the dav b tore, only sever
r '"k? wer" miJ>J",?;.
Tuey itnm-'U t -Iv report-ii tin
? ihet-tu leiits, wini weredumhl'nun'l
I S >uo.e of the m-^ie ni.su p'c nu
' he victims expressed the npti i?i
ont the dehf quent h??r h?d rWi
.ally dealt Wit?, while by ar t- .
rger number oi stu lenf* Bospeo.et*
lardiner of frau " and resolve?! t
> gin an investi ?a io*i A comrai't
vts unpointed to ascertain all tl.?
a-ts, il possible, roaching G rimer
~ahn_>, and ?ti invenTiji-?tiofi d -clo
I the fact thur, others bewden them
-Ives had been detruded. Mr II
.inlier, tr-.m who n li trimer w -s a
'istomed to purchase bis g.oc ri -
r*,ted that be W-?R a lo* r rn th- run
s. tn- two hu idre I d iii irs, ?nd Mi
Dettt V. bo furnished meat tor the m- P
ill, declared tba' be held UHpal<
i ls H gai rot the mi-^ii g mhti ! i
iDnetbi-g over six'y dollars ievei
i orbejB lo.-t smtti^r ^m nuns. Ii is
. id that . lardiners -wmd.lu . opera
" Ii- in tl>iJ c tv Will nUl'iunt to tn-ai
one thousand doll tn?.
Tue ' ttl ce rs ni the law are making
.v?rv-?P?rt toc-.tcb the swiMiler
Oulvntbia I i<jist'-r
Mr. Pu*?leon, "U* w-t ileiU tl jl 1
peted Governor o' PH tihyivani
-?.vs the public man v ho opposes pt ?
-Ct ive tit lt! ! ti ? .'ie . Xt-Ul.g condilli li
?I our industrie.*5, mitht na well bant
i mill stone to bis neck ar.d orup mi
be >ea, HS he Would thereby . t] i^li)
i?r? mote his po itu." 1 hit ure a? if li? ?
idvoc-t?<] f,ie so called free tr*d j
I ctnne. Mr. Piiii-un u-ntiut.<* \
ttds view fr<>in Olieetid i t l'eiitisylva |
du. to the other, t;d r>C ivvii ihe eti
ir- D-tnocra'ic vote, ex-j- a te?
bigots o? th?- free rrule ot ?1er. wh
voted tor B???*ver or Stewart, b ti,
beji g pio^ectjoi i^fs ol ih*- m ?.* pro
riounced type-(.haU-mioga Turua
NEW STYLE-Il we must talk
ab ut the weather, why not vary tbe
for-atlla. " It ia a pleasant day.'
Every one is trif.H ot admiring rha*
it is. Why not be scienti?ca!ly ao
cur-ite when COP meets airier d ? The
f-.llowir g is Bubmi t*d as a special n
Jones-Ah, Mr.^uii h.Iscewfbavs
C.otldy veather with I i iz ht rai OR.
Smith (v? ? ? h a cheerful ?iule)- Y-s,
and variable winds shifting to colder
Northeasterly, stationary or higher
Jones -Quite so; but i' is gratifying
to km rivers will MD in
nearly stationary ar d''hat the t-rri
perstnre has fa'len 30..!?greet* in the
Rio Grundy VaN?-v. G >od mornmz.
sir.-boston riv iti<rr.
N' man ktiowa what a ministering
angel his wife is until he romes hon e
one day, siiifning with a dreadful
Col I a'd ?he h ppei.s to have a bot
tle of Dr. Bull? CcU^h Syrup iu th*
1 mind their Democratic fellow-ci
! that, while the control of Soutr.
' olina has been won by the party
' wi; h that control has come the
, ; ligent administration of governi
, a! affairs and peace in every Ca:
home, the power of the D"?mo
cari only be maintained end co
dated by eternal vigilance and i
ing effort. The Democracy ar
so strong that, they can afford ti
J agree or divide. Disunion now v
: be as perilous as in the historic
' paign sis years ago, wheu the
I was wrested from the grasp of
\ ignorant and corrupt. Toler
? there should be within the party 1
I There is ample Fcope and i
there for the assertion of indivi
views and opinions. But those
; abandon the party or oppose it,
cause the measures they prefer I
noi been adopted, make thems<
the enemies of good governa
whether they choose to masquei
as Independents or boldly flaunt
black flag of the Republican ps
Political solidarity is aa importar
ever before, and there ia less ex
tuan iu any previous canvass
discontent and desertion. Opposi
to the Democratic candidates and
Democratic platform, in this c
p*igu, must be, taken ae proof of
yincible ignorance, or of greed
ambition that would sacrifice
brightest hopes of the State for
gratification of personal desires.
The State Committee earnestly u
their tel low-Democrats to exert th?
'selves to the utmost to bring on
lull vote, and to spare no pains
swell the ranks i-f the colored '.
mocraey. By well-conBidered la
repeating and ballot-box stuffing
alike guarded against. The Dem
racy, therefore, can go into the ci
vass with the aesurance that 1
strength of the opposition will i
be increased by trickery or frai
and with the satisfaction of knowi
that, in South Carolina, there sh
be, beyond dispute, a free and fi
election. By personal exertion,
exhibiting and explaining to indivi
ual voters the benefits and bless ID
of Democratic rule, the Democra
can command the intelligent euppc
and continuing co-operation of~t
eoloi ed people. To this end no 1
j bor, no persuasion, no argument shou
I he spared. So will the Democrat
be proud of the tiiumph^J|ey ahn
^?. ?W- t L^jt 3?n !^flQHBt>tirna.
.ppoiuted tor the public service au
vnose Waged are paid by the peopb
t\ve nil h e.?i tat rig, unremitting an
^scrupulous support to the ant
Diinovr .tic Candidates. The eledio
t mu which w-ib raisui fy a-se-i
uenta up ni the tens o? thousands ?
.c-raons in th" Govert.merit serve
vas us?d freely in South Caroln f
Ch? dem-.gngurH, who pitted them
..Ivea ag ut,st the cindi lites ot t bi?
?-moe? ?tic rf-irty wi-re sustained a
I pointu by the < di vrs of ihe U lit
d S'atffl Government, an I hy th
u m-y fi ched (rom the hm p. cket
t GiVepitnen; clerks-wbeiberpoo
r *>!l to d >, whether men or wo
u n-in - Very part ot the country
i eat as the a tfi ultie- ot tbe pollti
il hi'UitioU Wt-?v, the D U'^TrtCj
it Ve elt-C ed tlieir Can t? latea AH ttif
I ?wini and lefi'im^t- result of a ju I
i Itniniatra'inti, . ise nomi u ali ?na ?mi
principles Ii ia HI?O a Welcome t^c
ta ti ihe mi tor lu * h ic ti Fe lei O
p 'mna^e har been abil-ed IS adm t
t I to bav ht< m tub tn do .v.th tu
poll'lenl r v . tl i ni in th- N -rtb arni
W >t at the X vt mhi-rc ecti ui Th*
."iia'e ommi te-, bowen-r, ciiill'it tit
itimi'idtul ot ?h> circumstance thai
riere i-- in the plentitu le ot mu
-tier uth an ebmetit ot Weakness, and
h.. thf p-r?y ehouid prepare in tim*
t.>r 4. c ?iit"?-t that will b- mon- a- v^re
h au that through which the D-moc
r my h iv* ?H-^sed.
The platform of the D ovcratic
parry adopted in the Slate Conven
ti oi laut August announces, in ge ier
al terms, tb?' principles which ehould
j be tb" rule of our political ac ior
ail '0'iduct. Tbe D>-m(cracy in thai
td it.cm dematid economy with'tri
mei.cy in tb'* c induct of the g vein
ui-::t, popular ed v.tion HS the bub
Virk oj tree institutions, honest hom*
ru'e, fair tiials by icip-rtial j i ries
r-fo*m "f the ci vii ?e.rvice, the pr'i
hibt-ion of assessments upon rhe pub
lie servants, fur political purp ?et?
for ariy reason and in any disguise ti
reduction ol ihe duties on imports
a cl he sacred m utitenauce *< f th?
i ub ic credit, National ard State
Here is the chart tor our guid trice
ind it our path be illumined by thc
?it-cl?ratiou that what, we mot-t desirt
ia "ju-tice and ?qudity in the State
so as to em-tire harmot y and gooc
will between the raCee," and thai
j A hat We I? ok to and work tor is an
indissoluble Union ol indestructible
States," we ca Fi not go astray ami
shall be proud ot our peep ion af
D moeia ta and as members of tbt
j pat* y ?huh lepii-weiitH the'?.ie?l
j piii.iiplea il A mt-1 nan | regreso Tbt
j Democratic par'y H the soul of no
j lion. 1' bae Ci i fid*nee in tuan and
J an abiding relt-tiiue in bis high deeti
ny lt aeeks the largeHt Ilbery,
the greatest fO d I s ulj-ct is tc
jd^d up 'he i?re?t inti resta ol thu
! many to ihe bast de'nm?ntol the
lew. It tcoitEibtru ihe past Without
i After a prolonged session of eight
j monthB, Congress adjourned on Tues
j day, the 8th inst. The Republicans
j had a working majority in both ;
j branches of this Congress. The or
j ganization and the majority in each
! of the committees were composed of
I their kolitical adherents, and they j
I are responsible for the legislation, j i
; The appropriations for the fiscal year !
i are simply enormous, amounting tc
.$292,000,*000 This is an increase;
j of $70,000,000 over the ' appropria- i
tions for the preceeding year. Thin ;:
enormous expenditure, which is con- ! |
sumption without reproduction, is not, j,
paid by the importer or the merchant, j
but by the consumer, aod mus' come
out of the labor and toil of the ag
ricultnrnd?. It is au incumbas upon
the industrial pursuits of the coun
try. Reform and retrenchment are
t.vo of the most prominent features
in the Republican platform, stereo
typed and reiterated by their Coh^j
ventions previous to each Presiden
tial election, designed, to deceive the
people and continue them in power
that they may, each succeeding year,
impose heavier, and still heavier,
burdens by direct and indirect taxa
tion upon them. Wh'st retrench
ment is their battle cry, after success
prodigality is their invariab.e prac
tice. This party of "great moral
ideas ' never hesitates to make the
people the most solemn pledgee,
and, without com:.unction, violate
them. When the tax upon the peo
ple has been increased in a single
year, and that, too, during a time of
protound peace, from $216,000,000
to $292,000,000, the people will not
fail to realize the hollowness of Re
publican promises., and excuse a par
ty PO reckless in the performance of
its promises from the further admin
istration of their finances. The Dem
ocratic party, State and National,ney;
one of principle; its promises are cb
ligations, with it retrenchment meanp
an economical administration in the
interest of the people and for the
people. The people cannot longer
consent, that the corrupt, leagues and
prodigal rings which control the Re
publican party shall govern the coun
try.-A nderxon Intelligencer.
Tbe Democratic Candidate for
fongrns, Sixto District,
George W. Dargan, Esq , the nom .U
?nee for Congress from the Sixth Con- '
greBfional District, is a native of
Darlington. He graduated at the
Citadel Academy, -ard entered the
army with the first company that
T??t our town. After the war he en
gaged in plaiting, and in 1870 com
menced to practice law. A hard
student, a clear thinker, and a sound
arguer, he rapidly rose in his profes
sion. In IS?7 he was elected to the
a"*rjj0r f?TuT??aeten WP'-ieCi?W "?l ~
et-ps a .d to regain the ro-i l whi
aime lends to peace, liberty a
A more forcib'e expofd ion of D
ocr-itic principles ia no whereto
found. Wnenever an 1 wherever
have been the guide of tne p*rt
been successful, and its siccess
bneri bon rabie to it.sel: -tnd
and advantageous to the couutnj
In the j 'dgtment of the
C mrait ee, the artiveorgmiz
th p-trty in this Sute sho
c n'inUrtd, in order that the
cr tic clubs may be in full vigj
t!ie time (dial I come 'or enter
a new po'itical campaign,
ocratic du bf can be male
sch ?oil?, MO to ape<k in
principien of the D mocraj
their practical *p licati
t .unlit and ? xp'ait ed
ot South Caroliui tn* bad
stiiCt the ?.eceeaion of thi
those wh'i bad ri t seen
wneii bf fi-'-r giiM of
tired in Charleston Har
of tull agn and ?ap b
th- r vot?- a' popular el
h we grown up in the
moil an excitement,
r Volution thn ;.t ff till?;
y yon'h F ?r thea:
who are oldrr, the D>
biH i;0 epecial fi^iufj
i : JO -il and ?imitt d
designation ol 'h >8ijJ
intelligence, the e:
properly in the
pen-able lc the wt
eratic party in Sij
paramount i t-cess
ance of good yo^
young pei pie ot
older men beside
I miliar with th?.
ttUght by tlie
he, and shall
' p trt.y soinetbii
: cy for p' evvntl
j Sute. Tue
rm le to undi
; asset lion and,
t nt only tl
tao begin rf
Tn ere j
tb I m J
and it il
p IMS upj
V? RIVER JORI)A\.
rod an i
in& Angler Along the Sarre?
s Banks -Ire Like Dew*
f.uu was an hour above Hie
hill?. So I took out a light
a hook of flies and small
and went up to the Spring
be waters began their course,
sh might be in the river and
:?? to use I knew not. But it
ceertain that if there be any
Eranie ffch in any river or lake a ju
dicious I u.a.e of flies or spinners will
bring t?eai to hand.
The i-iavernous opening iu the pre
jipjtonj rock of the hill, ont of which
g once flowed, has crumbled,
Je clear water gushes and bub
? in countless little springs
he debris. Remains of pagan
are numerous, for the Ro
e well as their Phoenician
seora in power, had cultivated
nere tie revere?ce and worship of
he goJg of the water, the woods and
Turning my back on the old myth?,
[ begajn to whip the stream where
iou? oozings of the fountain
d in a somewhat smooth How
little. Ther9 was a host of
??sh not three inchea long, and
y cast I would take one or
ut these young descendants
sacred fish of olden times
ntitled to reppect, and were
!arefci]y restored. I have always
.egretied that I made no careful
lotes jof the characteristics of the
ish--U-fciok_in__the sea of Galilee and
o vinous parts of the Jordan. 1
hen supposed that they were '-nown
o the;books aud catalogue ' i.ave
ince^bund that no one .?scribed
he various familier . it ia a sub
pct if manifest .?rest. I then
mly sJid tomyseli; "These seem fo
te soi(.e of the small fry of the perch
amtl^"* and I began to follow down I
he stie&m, seeking larger fish.
J?jWfl% the very start of the river
?egan'a series ol white plunges,
vindijg up its course, lashing itseli
nto iiillions of sparkling bubbles
oo ?y and evanescent to be called
oam^ pitching, tossing, furious
''hen, was no place or use for spin
er, t.v or bait. Never was a more
obi ei torrent. Crossing it was im -
os8?l;e. Down, down, down 1 fol
)wel and followed content, for th?
ling. Still the sun went down
lover the Lebanon and theirglit
by the bank of the at ream I
a group of Arabs-six men
lading a small lire of a few
f grass and weeds. They
led a stranger with frank cor
and pressed me to shaie their
lg meal, which they were then
about to eat. It consisted
igh, flat cakes of bread, roasted
and Jordan water. The snails
roasted in the ashes-bit?, fat
Is, the shells nearly two inches
meter. Roast snails are not at
be despised. I had eaten them
I ate them with the Arabs
land somewhere I have two or
(of those giant shells, kept as a
iaLpf_the.hospitality ol Le
Arabs to a stroiling'angler.
?h overhead the snow clad sum
the sheik of mouutains, Her
)f old, was glowing iu the light js'
sun, which had gone down be- j 6
Sidon on the waters of the p
sea. A deep gloom seemed to i t:
utting into the Southern view, I
away between the ranges ol'
[the gorges deepened downward, j
d Caperniiim and Chorazin and
?aida, toward the sea ol' death,
d wind swept, down, making the
on dew* to .?eern ire-lik* instead
Jwly, rod in ham!, without fish L
lubed the hill toward the tents j R
the olive trees at. Bauias. The j >.
ight laded ou Heimon. It was . tj
before I reached horne, for tenta ! |(
lorne-?, though they be movable \ n
?a, and all our homes are at best
'amping placea.- Lomhm ult
Baltimore Dnj make? this j
"Ol the 90,000 men (mostly I
>d ) who voted for Chamberlain :
OOH could vote if they lived m
Island Nearly if not qui'a '
lout of ten would be die?ran- .
kl under the siiihnge laws peru- j
|o the bailiwick over which Sen- j
.nthony i*. near as may be, the !
[ling ollicer. If the statutes of ;
Island on this subject were
Llanted to South Carolina the
kratic majority in I lie latler
lonwealth would be at least 7u,
and counties where the adult
males exceed I he whites twenty ?
a would go lamely Democratic."
roMl'SON ron GOVKRNOR!-What
m the nomination ol Thompson
?overnor has created! All over
Stats hats are off ami a loud
th is sounded. Let the welkin
-and continue to ring-till vio
which is sure, perches upon our
atraius a young man more to
?a MO pound girl eit on hie knee
it does to load hay all day, hut
l.ierfectly willing to be strained.
I English Syndicate With South?
I - . .
i j A Boston commercial paper, t
? Bullet.n, mentions, AP. if by anthon)
j that the not ton -pinners of Manch
1 j ter, England, ? aie about (o forra
' ! syndicate with the Southern cof.t<
I growers for the purpose of build!r
j cotton mil!? in the cation bell. Maj
j chester has 30,000,000 ofoottou spi
j dies end requires over 3,000 OOO bali
?of cotton annually, bu! i! is 3,GC
j miles and more noni the r ? ron lielil
j The plan ia this : .
! The cotton growers, on their par
propose to build the mills, yrow th
cotton and deliver it to 1 he mills, an<
grow the providions of t he operative?
The cotton spinner*, on their part
are to take the stock or bonds of tb
company; are to supply all the ma
clanery to make yarn, are to furnisl
managers and trained operatives foi
Besides this, the cott n grower:
who furnish cotton are to pay tb<
mill a certain sum per pound for spin
ning, aud then sell their cotton iii
bales of yara instead of lint, thvt
saving all expense between field and
factory, all expense for bagging and
. tips, pressing and compressing.
Henator Hill's Probahle Successor.
WASHINGTON, August 2i.-The
members of the Senate and the ofii
cials who attended Senator Hill's
funeral returned here yesterday.
They say that the mau who ia most
talked ol as Senator Hill's successor
ir- ex-Senator Gordon, who, it will be
remembered, resigned some time ago
in order to engage in (luanda! en
terprises. fi is railroad and mining
speculations have resulted fortunate
ly, and he will be able to come badi
to the Senate, il elrcted, a vety j
wealthy mau. There is ?i .-rrong i
feeling, however, in htvoi ol Alex
ander H. Sfepheua, and should he 1 c
elected to the Governorship of GKU*
gia, thpie is to doubt thai he wii! I>*
an important and formidable candi
.kte.-ip&lnl t? the World.
\ Xett Charge Against Brecher
The fact that Beecher has recently
?ulogk'.ed the Romish Chu rob awoke
general surprise, but the following
?yplanation may be accurate und flat '
sfac'ory : Beecher is now accused hy
.he heirs ol hi.-, recent laborar Turner
- iiB?i?^??c?4?i>4?fed Ot?j??M??? \
Du mer waa, au ecc.uemic.d baclfeior, I
md supposing his employ et io Le ?in j
lonorable businrss man, left his sur
dus iu the hands ol the litter. The
viii of (he deceased 1 (.borer calls for
it-versl tliou.-iit.ds fd dollaix, but j
tot hi tig is found. Mrs. Beecher now j
nlmit/that after Tnruer's deatii she j1
.xamined his chen, mid destroyed a
mmber o! what she calls ''worthless !
tap?is." The heirs, however, believe 1
ha' her husband's, notes were ?tiela '
led in tLe illegal deflffUClioti, ?nd '
he public, with few exceptions, be* 1
i*ve this also. The Turners are ?
riah, uud hence have tiie sympathy 1
t their nationality in that neighbor .
ood. Beecher leds cousciotia ol his I
red i naman t, and continues by blow- ?
ig the church with which they ?re 1
onnecled. Ii hm beeu said that ?
soft words nutter no parsnips," but. J
teecher seems to be of a different | ?
pinion. Th1! question .now to be *
ettled is how much "blowing" Beech a
r will give for $5,000 which is the ?
!d i mated amount of the laborer's es- J
ile - Bi'OOI:1 ;in Vnion.
Ot'.ioiN OF TiiK TERN "HOOSIER."
-Dr. Aaron Wood, the oldest Math* '
dist divine in Indiana, recently gave p
rte Dizp'iti'h a pleasant call, lu tbe ^
"mrs? ol his con versa i ion li* re
larked that an eiror, prevailed iu
?gar?! to ihe 1? rm " H-jonier." Ac
irding UJ one authority '.vilely
red i teil, n slra?gei .?illed al fi cabin
nd broke the stillness hy crying,
Who's here? ' But according to the ,
oetor it was given birth by the fol*
iwing i eideni: A leainpd foreigner .
v the nain-1 ol Leraiuonski, formerly
soldier under Napoleon, during the
pars intervening let ween 1.S2C? and j.
830, lectured extensively on the
rars ol" Enrope to the pioneer* ef <
ii^ State. . in his discourses the
alor ol ibe hussars waa conspicuous, ^
ui h tv accent was not English, anil ? .
8 pronounced the body "Husiers." .
htfing r lie excavation r.i ?he canally
i the lalla ol lb?1 Ohio through Ken- JJ
icky a young man hom Washington gH
dullly, Indiana, on the grounds, ot e u,
ay, lough! and whipped three Ker.?
lek ians. Highly elated at (hr con- j ^
lusion, amid a torren! ol backwood*] | "(
rofanity, he exclaimed: "I'm a jj
l?*o?ier," from Leminouski's ptotntn- e|
at ion ol hussar. Prom that day to w
ie present the term has been applied ^
) all citizens cf Iud ?a na.- Michigan ,
'it;i LhsjKiJeh. co
The Hon. Jas. B. Campbell is se
token ol as a candidate lor Prover- m
or on Ihe Independent ticket. The *?
fon. Jas. B. has been profoundly en ! ^
, .' lu,
)mbed in a hole ol vast proportions 1
nd unfathomable depth since the ^?
lection o! 1878, and our advice to 0?
im is strongly against emerging. ^(
he weather is too cold for political *e;
lound hogs to come forth with m
- .- - he
Subscribe to the ADVERTISER, a
izeii. Dirk Wilson WAH a scrub;
Dick used to Lani wood to Gaines
ville ami wore one gallos and no
shoes, and the end of his shirt hung
oui, but he worked hard to support,
his poor old parenlft, and one day
Cincinnatus Peeples picked him nj?
and neut bim to si bool and hired a
boy to work iu his place, and Di? k
rose forward and upward, and now
he owns two or three rai!reade and
lives in New York like a prince, but
h r- never was a-han ed of his laiaing
and took good care of his parent*,
and helped out his poor kin, and
that's the kind of a ??rub ? like,
and they are the best hope of the
country. But I know scrubs who
have got rich, and are spoiling their
children, and setting 'em up far above
the line aa they themselves used to
be below it. They ride to church in
a fine carriage, and rent the finest,
pew, and live in a palace, and go to
springs every .-mauler for their deli
cate health. There father %u?-ed to
plow ali summer barefooted io rocky
fields over treadsafts and dewbeiry
vines, and scratch the ticks and red
bugs ail night, and set ou a puncheon
Blab in a log church on Sunday, and
he ain't got use to riding in a phaton
vet, for he don't know whether to
lean forwards or backward*, and
when the phaton trotees a rise in the
t\>ad he don't rise with itijin grace
Ll undulations but humps himself
awkwardly and thinks everybody ia.
ooking at him. And so the world
vaga along np and dowu. Here he .
?oes, but there i* no security for any
>ody except '.. good conduct. "Act
veli "jour part-there all the honor
The Greenbackers of Maaaachu
etta havH endorsed Beast Butler for
hvernor. ft is eminently apprr
riate that a party which is perpet
ally al ?ea should lay hold ot'
te dismantled and drifting hulk of
pirate. The meanest thief, the
r,st cold blooded assassin, the most
ru tal rutilan, the most shameless
ar, tie. blackest traitor, the most
nant coward, the most utterly uu
rincipled demagogue the world has
rer known, is an appropriate candi
ste for a party with a flexible plat
ina, a eliding scale of pecuniary
tine and a chronic readiness to unite
?th anything or anybody when there
.?mise pf place 3nd spoil.
furious Cure for Hydrophobia.
The Carrollton (Mo ,). Democrat, of
late date tells about an alleged
ire of hydr phobia through the vir
?es of a mad-stone as follows: Some
eeks a mad dog made its appear
?ce at Kingsville, Mo., on the pre
ses ol Mr. Rufus King, and bit a
reive yearvold son of Mr. King.
There was no complaint, however,
ade by the boy until about
ree weeks ago, when his head com
euced paining him, which has con*
jued since without intermission.
: course the parents of the little
How i el t great uneasiness about
eir child, and finally hearing of
e mad-stone in possession of the
'ilcoxson brothers, ol this place, de
imined to come at once and test its
rt ne. They reached Cerroilton
'eduesday aud immediately pro
eded to Mr. John Wilcoxson's resi
mee, and the reporter of this psper
\? invited to be present and wit
'ss the test. The wound waa slightly
ari tied and the 9tone placed upon
il immediately adhered with
ch firmness that the walking about
e rcorn ami violent motions of the
dy ?ailed io remove it. lt thus
?tinned to absorb the poison for
lout forty live minutes on the first
plication, wheu the pores became
?ed and the alone was placed in
ilk to relieve the celia of the sub
? r. Subff.jiitiitty H*;J '.ica?k i s
>re made, each time the stone ad
ring for a shorter period, until it
.used to stay on at all. Tho little
low told us t hat the drawiug power
the stone waa felt very sensibly
him, and from the first applies,*
II his head had ceased io trouble
in lt i.i believed tba. whatever of
ison waa communicated by the
iiid dog baa been removed,an?! that
a di dd is safe fro o hydrophobia.
The owners of thia remarkable
me inherited it .'rom their father,
d be received it hom JameH Nack
', nearly ii ft y years ago. lt ?a ol
grayish color, very porous, filled
th peculiarly formed cells, ia qnile
uiulul, and would attract atten
n in any cabinet of curiosities. It
a been tried in a great many cases
d has uniformly refused lo adhere
any wound not. made by a mad
and, on the contrary, as in tho
ie above cited, clings close and
uly to every one made by a rabid
line. The Mesara WiIcoxson free
on r the nae i-f this stone without
irge to auyone, and are anxious to
ve ils efficiency tested wheuever
unfortunate may offer an occasion,
ey refu-c, however, to let it go ont
In the Timbs, of Philadelphia, vo
>erve : Mr. John McGrath, 1256
riatiau street, waa cured by St.
.'obs Oil of severe rheumatism.
I ! RUM PEDIGREE.
! Bill Arp Discourses of ilia Fam
"Honor Hutl shame from no condition
j Act well your part- there ?ll Ute honor
j Pride ol ai.CfMij.ry is a good thing.
A young man has a light to Le proud
j of a noble lather, but the dauger is
' he generally leans on him ino strong
i ami don't do anything ior bim. It
j is very seldom indeed that a great
j mau has a great son; old John Adams
? did and so did John Quinsy Adam:-,
; but Henty Clay didn't, nor Callioun,
j nor Webster, nor Tom Jefferson, nor
Patrick Henry, nor any of our nota
bles. I wonder why it it? Thorough
bred horses keep on getting bettei
and better and faster aud faster, and
they hold up their heads and look
proud, and step with a disdainful
spring, like the ground wasn't good
enough for 'em, but the aou of a great
man ain't much account and just lays
around and talks, about pap. I al
ways feel sony ?or a young man who
has a bauk on his daddy's fame. He
gets attention r.ud is considered bon
ton and all that, but everybody talks
pitiful about him and says, "well, he
is a clever boy but he will- never
make the mau his father is." There
ii too much contrast to be cotnforta
ble. A great man's son is in a deli
cate position, but he can get *long
very well if he ain't biggot.y.
(?reat raen'schlldren are very much
like rich men's children-there is
nothing lor 'era to do-nothing be
hind 'era to spur 'era up, no motive,
no ?mbitiou, no lear of want. But
il all the fools in ?he world, deli vei
ne I rora these suck ups who claim to
>e blooded stock, decendants of the
Iv y V"M or the F. F's of any other
.nate, *nd who put on airs ol coude
:ei.sion when they mix with comm n
??opie. They ai'e not the sort to rely
m when war or trouble comes.
They will run Irom danger on the
[r?t alarm. Pedigree is a good thing
.nong horses, but a man had better
io! investigate his own ancestry with
00 ranch confidence. He will run up
gainst a scrub on one side or the
her. I've got nothing agin scrubs
ome of the best, people f know are
n'ght.y common stock, but they are
onest, tine and humble. The war
ried men, ami the .-crubs held on,
nd held out as good as a ?y hotly,
'he .s?rubsa.rB not al way Bpi ni; iii
"lum! lor ctlioe and AU easy
ve without work. These cW
flioe hunters talk mighty sweet ami
et ?round lively when they are le;.
loheeiing, but they are not the hen
eople i'i K community. Oue time tho
iiig look a journey with all his aten
ants, ?iud a boy, who was sitting on
je lenee, (old him he had better atop
?.bile and get under the wagon
lade, ior it was going to rain like
[?/.es before he could get to the next
ouse. The king didn't believe him
ni went on, and shore enough ?
mnder storm came up in a hurry
nd it rained tremendous, and tht
ing went back to find out how the
)y knew it was commin.' "Why,"
lid he, "daddy's old jack waa a
'ayia,' and he always brays just be
re a r-dn." So the king bought the
ck and took him to bia royal stablef
ul set him up as a weather prophet ,
id had him fed high, and now, they
,y, that ever since then every jack
's in the country wants an office
It ain't one man iu a thousand
lat knows his pedigree for threr
?uerationa back, ior he ha? got lom
.and-parents, and eight great grand
trent*, and sixteen great-great-grand
trente,and soon doublingeverytim
id r-ome of 'em weie mean stock,
id meanness will crop ont away
)wn the line in spite of players and
.eaohin' and ahonde nee ol punish
eui. Scrubs come from great men
id great m??n come from MUIIIM, and
lere s nothing for a man to be prou!
but bis own conduct. L t everv
b stamlon its own bottom. There
e two pitiful sights in human na
re, one is a proud obi aristocratic
utily, broken down in purse and j
?f-iiion and the other is to see the
1 ?ld ref i of i? scrub who ha-i got rich. I
itting on aristocratic airs, and ',
rutting around like thev we e bel i
r l.hau Anybody. The lirst set bach ? pi|
o much on breediug and the last j?)(
0 much on money. Tom Perry wa- '.
e best specimen of scrub J ?-ver !
w. Torn w*s bound ont, when a !
iv, and worked bare looted nil the ! ,
inter, and ns was pigeon-L->d. ami .
ngue tied ami bushy I a red, an I
ip-eyed, but he ha I a h g heart in
ni, and a powerful will, an I he nev
got tired ol work. Tom Perry
is always doing something for some
Ay. li* wis the best friend the !
dow an 1 the orphan had in that ,i0
ramnuity. He was the mest un
ifish citizen of his town, and done ' ?j,
Dre for it than anybody accordir-g : .
Iii? means ami his capacity. Old ?v
r. Benkmun said to im one du-,
nine friend, ?et every man work up ^
his capacity in dis life and he viii
1 a prince >n heaven. Well, Tom rpj,
;rry did that. He had but little
irning and less manners, but he
ade the very bett use of his limited 1
pital, for he lived to do -ood and : obf
i died lamented. Rome never had Cb
better friend nor a more useful cit- Jai