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Ink*, -S. Or
Er urres, JA'f ix
t iser&ed -a one kollr pet,
fbe' for the tet isertion
-I tek Vheeqfteit Mnertion
I jndfc s1teoiftf!nts n othere
Sik mon' tr ?n the yr.
hd Tributes "of
un.Rc vatea Je dollara, in ad
' f! ne. C., Feb., 8 1882.
88 A dy far aturn
ba last been fixed. The ouse:
ohnessted4 resolutiqn' to,djp rep on the
S1O ftu w~si amendedby the Senate -to
W b 1,,but the House refused to
Ith. e atendftent and befotb the
ad, iipon tft1499 agai th'e
6 bent, over. a palv r, le'sp1 ln Derg
1006d t~;t dvba Sepak: at encei
ol6tlered, an .dppse many .people will
no breathe basier. especially 1-hoft 'of us'
'who fiame bocorni *ired
0AWors and respotisiblitties,
a is~. rt9 retiro -to privote life. #I 'look
'r i with as mudh 10trxiety as a
doenItI'1R gett i'&g Wis Atoons. The
$:: isa 've .pprgI Hatfodt bill was read the
IlztL 1: 1 f o. Senate to day. Thet
* o' mill 'be disposca of in'
themsm'p - pani of oext, ,wee'k., It provides,
moltiAk1ee from .the lousefor a levy for
Afife uptpoos q 4[ tils. It: may .
negepary o e 'Aid' -imount to five
',% jpl : Ily passc.. The stock
19 11gh6Ahat -will not. do wn at. any
apkikIaddintV iTere seems to be a -good
4" 4f iflactio in some ofthe lowet
E~4 8 ~Of the 'State, iftr4 n 'bi 'to relieve
diarls'ton, Cdllelon, Beaufort and kIlamp
on~ti;:Eq int rUoed in both bran ..
s 81e #g ure,. sinoe *the recess for
thapt&poe.i The 4i4t. qroeposit-ion 'was to
1t n't .'8thAte'Iteay 'the 'erpense of!
i 164on .necessary to cut then1
ei..Ms d pce of (lhe State. Thi.'
proposition was voted down. Then an er
festwainahde to make the exemption by
rtidts the 'ccurfties themselves .to pay
i~4* ~~sw~ 1enchjig. 3'-his proposi..
ti f$ e a own in 'bot'h f~iuses
t4, ayd theore 15 to be no ioificat ion
~adh4ge:ia .the 4w so far as this Legisla
Cure is dtsedred 'In this connection I
1t%y'ththve received se'veral letters
* ~ ~'e4 s 'of i~lilerrs 'connty innking
u (asto whenlthe law wouldl go into
~Perwtlop and if there' was likely to be any
4inesddrsnt exempting .t he. mountninous
VSIoton' otih ounty &o. I will say for
I~otimaton of all concerned that there
as not, nor will there be any change made.
The awgoes into-operat ion throughout the
law will never be repealeli and those who
de'attlike I hd jt as well .w'mko uap
their minds to accept it gracefully and say
*601iby mbout it.' :It Is one of the wisest,
eqk~ita'bler and econonical laws ever
~as4 h the Legislature of our State, and
41LUq so gegarded by all, once it is fairly
.h bin, .'eating ;the new county of'
3erkefy fidna a portion of Charleston coun
ty buadbe' rpwtfid. Aside from a matter
of Oonienpe, the friends of the measure
61altn6d tthat- it. wa. a political necessit y,
spwcut edaoihat is known
as the black'sections of dharleston County.
~4 b~4 tbetlnly Raical as Becau
fdmbSt up po the. other . hjtnd it makes
h tanlyDemocratic, and will
9.ty 9pygg hogd in~the black
our 8tt mhalso ret ains elev
'anrf Se 8iat ors, and
%#phelf'bsefie .Bepresentativnes and .eue
8 ~~ ~I~ o 1iepeal the usury law
hbi1t defe~ated ia Ahoposes.
fianfrom Uolleton, one of
dite e Aht d 'loaders" of the' "tlh iru
~~jh'ieted a1 lIttle sensation by his
I~ towatrds some of the
~~I~Wafid~ol. Mo~rady of 4he H ouse.
& b 'on the 81st of January uit.,
*disonusion on a bill giving the
~phate Company the privilege to
Aikanway frou ihetir works along a
(o the S8outh Carolina Ralth'o.d
rFisiiburne, who wais
bilif he: knew where the
9. s ,te woi-ks were., 1Jr. Fish
aid he' did hot.- "Then," said Mfr.
}egnafo'r acknowledges that he
MkerMr. Smythel replied, "oonsidering
- 1 not ar.t to the Senat or's
r emark." . Mr,. 1hiburne subae,
<. ~ a d tf Mr. 80sjthe a retrac
- ~ ~ gypg'ue ,Mr. Spjdthe
- et aotsad-euperddnal. encoun,
fr& and .separatod the 4yo
~ Us hU'W iride; 'ffrthMr
tQa si Irr. ,mjrii., hiu
i by thw'
fof this 091no.,
- &ud fler esa1
V - * ''
* en a'tedt
carredo t o j w Ag,1i ile~ad T
next. day lie h enigsd ow". bo
keep the peam. lWI~arlik tohe, 'jib
if wh ei thnmiftdt,to 4* je
a big bO fWity thhd p41y." H he
expects to adhvrance his petical fortunes, of
or thtm of his so called "thbird party",ut
of a personal difficulty with a gentleman't
%bout a local affair that had nu poitias
;n it, I do not understand.
Mr. Jmythe showed me to day a ohalelnge W
he receive# (TomIr.Fi oishburxie. IL fvited gi
%ir.8myt h6 to tn'httllm in "To-ronto Canada, 9
i province of GTeatlBrithin," to settle the.r
lifficulty. Mr. &nuthie very properly re
Aslid that, hie uhosiittingly intormed him tI
i hburne) that he .dt'l-ined to meet
Ili% in Tpronto. or atywhere else if lie
nuiean't-a 'out ile meeting between .them.
\It. Fisbulifne sent sitilar tfbtes to Colonel
\lcCrady and General Izleo. 'Of cuirs '
rley will either tiot notice thein, or treft
ClIpuas did Mr. Smythe. -Not content with .
le inevitable notoriety t has .gained in "
his conflict with Mr. Smythe, 'ht -to day,
piecipittted a personal difficulty with Ldut.
Governor Venneily, the IPresident of the
Senate. Durtrg the debtto on the bill !o 1
'xempt Colleton and other bounties from
the operation of-lhe stock law, Mr. Fish
burne moved to dischnrge the special order c
(the bill was a. special order) and make it a
a special-order for a cortain hour to mor. c
ro*. "This motion was voted down, When i
a motion was inade to lfy lie bill on the "
table. This motion, not being dtlable, in
ike. tVislhrne -resort ed - to the tttctics of a
filibust ering and nikiig 'dilatory motions
and rmising points of order. -If -the points
of order were decifted rigiiinist him'Ire would
appeal from the decision of the Chair, call i
i he aye and n0oes, &C. Inl the .course of' r
his coldItet lie got ott1. of Or1der, and the
Pi'esident, to preseve 'ithe dignity of the e
.enate, wsas forced to call 'hit to order 0
%I. thR 'Mr. F'ishbultrne becamile insulted, '
and after I lie Sinale limd adjourned, ap - to
lroaclied Ocui, Kennedy uid said to him P
Itat., lie (Gci. tKennely) had 1reated him P(
wrongfully. 0en: Kennedy replied that, e l
di1d not think so, whet Iishburne, replied, et
,-you are a g-d d-d liar." Gen. Kennedy a
replied thatlihe allowed no man to call him S
that, and sitt'ntk P1ishbirnui withIi his fist, 1
khocking'him over against the dek._ -o
Frien(s interpose'l andI seranraled t.1em. ar
and Gen Ketnedy started off to hiis hotel. ISe
Pishlburno followed, ald overtaking him at go
lhe gate enite ring t he State Hlouse gtouinds, s
minde a demiontitrat ion on G zn. Kenniely. 1a
hut was prevented from ass-ilt ing hint by all
fs:iends of (Gen. Kennsedly's wh'lo were pre,' thI
sent. St ill not sit isfied, lie followed the cat
Generil, anud overtook uim opposite S~tork's tit
saloon, andt approaching him i said, ''ave be
you zam'e,' 'Wen. ien'nedy vepl ied, ''no,'' by
whleretupont IPi.ih'anl~rne miade at. htim wvithm a Al
btickory stick. Geni. Kennedsy knuocked, otr re;
erked him i down 'on thle pavemsetit and qtt
ivould hanve g'veni hinm A gent eel thbraushing est
tad hie hot been ptrevenited. Fishthurne of'
<till follo wed htims to thle hotecl, but wats St
there arrested by t he Shieriff' andit carried ge
before Trial Jutst ice MashsalI. VTe last itb
I have heard of him lie waus in thle custody St
of' the Sheri If, butt wats trtyinig to gbt outI pt
tinder a wi't of' habeas coH'r5pus. The f'riends ta1
'if G en. Kensnedly regre't the occuirrence, (1
but do not nt tach anty blamte to him, as al- pi
:uost any man, si tuated as he wats, would 11<
have done the samte (hinmg uinder the im. T:
pulse of the :moment; yet, sonic do not re- pt
gard Mr. Fisbutrne as hardly responsible pi
'or his conduct, as heo is drunk all the time. et
Whiskey really 15 at the bot tomiof ihe whole nm
lifticulty, from beginnitig to end. I sup
pose that with the close of thie sessioin we ei
will htear no mtore about thie affair, though he
.so'me fear fuither trouble, P). F. U. li
- An~Icrson's M~ahone. l"
Mr. WV. WV. Russell, of Anderson County h
ltns openly declared huimself' to be a 'la- il
hone man.''" This is aibout equitivasl ent t.to i
declaring itntseltf to lie an o (lice hitmn iing is
mnan,. Mahoneism, Inidependent inm, Ollicc ir
isnm and~ FishibtinetiCi st areill syntontomouts .
wvith '"itolism"' in South Car~uzolina. Canii el
dattes are going out. of fatshiion anid the peo- tc
1)1e are getting ti irod of' so ismny litt le "utp, s,
starts" trying to organime niew parties mt
hroughi whtich t hey expect to ride into ofli in
ce. All auchol will be booked as oesneies to th
good order and good governnent- Mr. a
!Lussell has laid dlownu his ''red shtirt." and A
has commitenced to gntaw ont lhe old bonec t h
wvhich has beeni huntg out to dry ever since or
1 87th, the year of jubtilee of' SouithI Carolini. u,
Mir. ltussell nio dloubt. expects to be it cani Ia
dildateo f'or some' high oflict in the approach- en
lug campaign, bitt of' course lie won't. see li
the ''hat fall'' in the rice. it, is itumsored he(
that he expects to edit the itew Party ev
newupaper which is about to be born in tu~
Columbia. Thle old Itepuiblicatn party liss ut
died anid been buried an.i will never live
again. It shall not be bor'n again to be w,
called by a dlffer'tent nam~e. It woul bi e well re
for Mi'. llussolt to go to Aust ralia with oi
Mr. Ilobbs, T1hey would be goodl oronies ji1
sttd would be of' mii utualti comfot, to ~eh
yter, if Ilobbss couldnt't suiok anuy sub
miance out of t he old bone, mtucht t he more
so, Mrt, Rtussell cant't. thu
Two Sangtors Quiarrel. Tr
Iburln'g a debate In the Seniate a few dlays we
tg6, Senatot. Smythe, of Charleston, in re. be
erring to something addressed to the o'
louse by Senater Flahbuit'ne saidl that heliv
iir. Fihturne) did not know what heo was
fliing upbouit. This remtark arouusedtfi th
irish of the Colleton Sen ator and lie *went bth
to Llhsseat of Mr..8mytheo afterwards find Wit
told hint he had to retract what hie htad said,.m
Mt. tettihoh had nothing to re- it
t4L. T rmrWas aiflotl thst, Mr. b
FatrbdAratndM. mth i h
peronl i tc 8onotr. cely1er witr
pemnlvoq~o~Satm lsc r I
adbg ned Rlepresentative MoOrady, of Gui
9hrt iM madedepooitIoi t 6 Trial 1u s- Fri<
. '1 h eue t i *e " eu's seni
to ~ arrest~d. ~ey ~ fox' er.
Ae i nI
Ob the r-esuicor thouight" kit&e-ce
en the application tof the principles of
lence to practical life *6t11h v" Werm art.
,rt-prepartion,;tbhgiasuOccess. if a moai
Wets to do a good days chopping 4he firt
inds his axe well. If fib db/rbs to do a
>od days'plowing, he'first pttft '*is'qlows
'good i0htfitibt. qf hb-lesires 'terect a
)ot builtling, lie first lay's a Ilirm founda
>n- Itlistarr-ying thil etnsoning a step
riher when *e sriy: If i than desires great
reess, let. him llrst Oulivate and train the
strumebt by Which (hhi n Sucess is best
tin ed. if. lie Adesires his children to
ike their mark in the World, let him give
tem a'good education. Some people look
oh lite time and money spent in ohtain~
an Cilucation as thrown awiy. . Some
treits siy. We will keep our boys at.
>me, learn them'h6v to work, and when
icy are twenty-one yers (f dIge we will
ve to each a'horse, 'bridle and sa(ldle. and
t'them go forth itith die world and make
cir fortlines. This is erroneous. All
ildrel srhoitld'be tanght how to work, bi'
the same time their minds shou1ld he
iltivated so as to enable them to turn their
bor to theist. advanitago- Look ing up
I c ittucation int this ligli't -it qs nln invest
ent which pays a greater poi- beh't 'han
iy other. It requihres thiought, plin'ing
Ad man igement I o maick money, anid it. 1s
licatiwi hait. ennbles one to manage well.
lu1cation being of so great. adlvantage, why
It so much neglected? Where is the
There ifre sohMe who want the pnblic to
ticale Iicir chiilren. CotNeque!ntly thoy
ily senl them (turing -the public term of
c school. Th10.4e who Me really to!) 'poor
pay tuIiition fre certainly excusatble 'for
irsuing this course. For no imian is cx
cTIed t perform impossibilities. hut many
bare able to do bet ter act on this prin
ple- They are cryiig ot. f'or low taxes
id at the same time for more piublic
hool money.. ThI-i is aliotit. ecquIivalent to
ying: I Warte. yorclhirg -thalt I don'L want
I Will bnti d a IMhouso tvilihl. 't(31s. We
e in sympathy with all efforts whioh tre.
ing male by both the State and nat ioial
vernment. to inauigmrale it -pubtlic schoo:
steim that will atford every chil InI lie I
ia good co~mmtron school eduction. Blut
great unrotamkinigs requrire time for r
)irI Comlet (~ionI. Thei S itte should edu ti
re its children. All governmrenit is inst i
ed for the good ot' society. TI hecre enn )
nohetter w'ay of honefitng socety t han
holdintg out lo it edciti onal uadvant ages. ':
I0Vt1It govenmets reqirme in tell igenice to i
gutlat e and direct. utm. Toi meet t hese
alificat ions eduicat ion is absolut ely ner
lary. But thei State is a whole, made nip
individual palrt~s and in wedet that i'he'
ite as a wvhole can attord tihes, advanta
s, eaich inidividual part. must, cont ributl e
pr rat a share'. Theli way thlen for th 1 I
ate to au g imnt tihe puit Ic fund for scho ol
irposes would seem to be to raise 1the
xes. A bill has been int roduced int o ih e
>ngmress of' the Unii e<' St ates 1t0 app~iy thle
-oceeds originaltinig from the sale of pub..)
hilnds to nat Iional educat ional purposes.
lie subject of educat inmg thle muss of the
lople is receiving much at tent ion at thle
-esent day aind it is hoped that great re
ilts will follow the efiorts which are being
ade in that. direction.
Until this systcm can be pitt in motion the
tidreni oft lie count ry forthle mtost pamrt mnal
a educated by their parents. It is st range
)w some pairents look upon01 this subject.
ver~y one kn Iows t hat. wvhat ever is valuable
ust. cost. some hitng, If a man buys a
arse, he ex pects. to pay for it. If he~
.iys a hill of' goodls, lhe expects to pnty for'
iemii and j ust in pr'oport in to41I teir wort b.
reqire,'s bit little o see t hat edituai tio
worth miiore t hanU anyth ig else. Accord.
g, lien. to lhe rules of baurgaini antd tril e
-ery mzan should he willing to eduoctie his
iildren. It. is a dnutty which parenits owe
I lhiir clhild ren ju.st, as5 mu ich as to clothI e
id feed thetm~ i alduty. Eduicationis too10
iuch ineglected int ourm St ate, and especially
the upp pPCort ion of it. Ihow m-iny hoys
cre are amiong the mouinlainis oIf SoothI
roliua who have by nauturit gi't ed mi nds.
II t ht they need is to be startedu. ILet
em finrd out thleir powers, let thle germ
ce be star'ted aund it will grew to maturity
ider' whatever dlitllill ies it may have to
bou'. Th'le greatest genuiises generally
hue fromn the biinnbhler walks of liI'e. Wie
re in tan age of' progress, and it. is to be
sped that the day is not)1 far distant. when i.
cry clild, boy and~ gir iill hiave o ppar.
mnities for developing their minds to t heir
lermtost capacity.. t
Edutcat ion is thle channel through which s
a mtust look for solid progress ini every
sp5t)O it de~pend~s thle protetioni of L
r. liberty, thie perpetIui ty of 011r'inst it, ri
>nis andi the lustinig glory of otur country . It
A Destr'uctive Fir'e, .
A dlreadful flee occumrred int Ne& York on
a 31st of' January. Tlhrtee large hilinitgs dI
'r0 litterly conisitatied by lie fa m es. Theli a
e wvas a hecavy blow to newspaper meni.
e oftices of some six or eight journals
re dlestwyed. T1hA lost is estirated toIt
v'ery heaivy. Thie fire raged from tenri
lock itn thle miornminug till moidnid1ht. TIhec~
es of' flftoeen or siltee, persons were lost.
any who were Itn the upper stories or the
ilngs 4gaved their livos by lea ping f'rm
Windows on canyttss stre~tced at the
:e or the lluiblinigs. The rtlr was filled
It the shr'ieks Gf women and children an-1
ny Wero soen in the windows of' the
Iding with th&eir hair anid gaurments
'he totion fdr a nt t'rial in thtev
Leay case. Wae moaionandsarefusd ond
Jetay hast eenb mopasa rfsed apr h tsnd
luiatassnetudt e ugo
the day iofene nu~edtio He wa isodread
(i~ittu ~as eeutetwed It) be hung on
SOLh day of$Jum~ netI. lie wai dreoAI. irt
~1AwrlOed ~t~& hAd 10 1~ bekt U~ by
A fd days. ago g abof
rear% of 1ti, ivin lug I *
hi8 dog ftidua gv p",
,is niastet'. After I +Pys 2i
itumber o0( hltures 6en
mring woodeg some on tot eApot
iscertin what attracted them. A most
orrible speotacle presbhteU itsel'i The
egro boy was found sWinging by tire side
A the tree dead. 'I is *uVppjoI that he
aad chased a rabbit, 'into the hollow tree,
hat he had climbed the 'tree atst 'rha his
Lrni into it hole to get Uhe 1kebbit W'ifti)
,old to a swinging'linb with the othe'rarm.
lint t.he limb broke and his armi caught in
lhe hole in. such a viantiet that - 'b oild
tot extricate Limnself. ih this position e
itarved to death. rVte body was in a.
Ireadal slate of decompopirioh, ahd (ho.
iultiures had gouged out, hift eycs ind de
voured a lirge portion of his body.
MR. EDITOR: We nowv.Javo the
ssuraunco of' the much talked of,
ind longed for AtanL8tIc and Fromeh
Broad Vailey Itailroad, and I'see in
ho SENiNELJ of the 26th 'tit.:ydjh
uy, you hopo the people along the
ine vill bo puiblic spiitrd enough
.o give the right of way, and if those
hong the prost)t liat ate not wil,
ing- 'to) give it, the line 'i be
Ahangod, and rLn elsewhlore. Now'
we krow that a Raih ond cannot he
't'n any w'hOre, afnd I suppqso the
)Cst r outo has already been selected
r1om IRasley to Pickens C. 11. 'Tho
lut,y of ev '(it jeVn, Whopfe land
.ho road runs thro(i.g'h, is t0 giVe the
-ight of way, except'inicortain 'cases
vhuto it might damage more than
'rofit, (which is very rare). 1Nail
'onds pIrOfiL in many wayS, that is
1.t direcL, nor diseoverable to peo
dn who do iot lo'ik siieh' ontors
i'S-hMs n- a'e)'y and intelligertly in
ho faceo. -Now let the Rtilroad an
horities know wvho they arev that
)J)r)SO thle 'Ot(d n'nd let them 'bcstow
heir favors o) 'otihL.rs-give 'them
o cont.racts, pnrch-ase from them
othing 'taetcn to bo-iight froml
'M Ms, pr y ot'hers iin their steaid.
,et the publio lookc upon suchI as
ein t oppo)Csedl to publdic im prove.
rcnt. We have lived in the maoun..
ainms Ilong outgh, and)' I t hinkc the
a tlantic anid TIreuch Bro:md Valiler
tailrcadl w Il gre'atly help 'to le-vel
iir -mounitninis nul enirte~l' us to li've
iitlm 'telow coun Iitry.
T1'len let tn,--fook nt 't'he 'finiroad
inn Icially. W e av-e grrfna lming nh on t
mrii high1 taxesi. I amn of too oin
hat, Pickens~ wil niake motney ouit
>f. these non-h opoe rali!roa ds in
he end, nnd t hey wmll wm-kc oniL To
1 1f at ti- more ai itd exceed-nig profiL
hat ii (th~ 0pposer aOt reS ai w' art 'iiI)Of.
[ekens i'. hiigidy t axed. 1iior~,i a!,.
n)st, by 100) po eet, thant some of'
mier ad~jo)iung counities is sellitig bor
ainds higher--peoplie ftrm a distance
ire seeking h<>mes among us, lands
.hut br ought $5 00 per niero tw'elve
mionlths ago aire no0w bringing $7.00
o S.00 per nero. Arid t he price of
'eat estato is alwpmys an index to the
irospj'eritIy of at conn1t'ry. Now Mr.
Ed i tor', I want the R~a ilrond, antd I
im) going to do aill that nn intelli
(ent, honest man 0or men will kay I
>uighit to do, and I am not. all time
me in Pickens w ho is 'ilhliug to do
lie sa1me. 1 e'xpoet tI uiko some
nioney' Oet of thme railhoady but not
>y t3ellintg tihe right of' way.
D)urin g thme firs~'t thr meo days after
*acemtatlion t here ought to be I la
ri not r'esulit a ppa remit, except sutch
8 follows the use of theo knif-o. Onm
hIe fourith day aI 13 ismnall pimpplo can~
'0 felt; Momi times this cannot be
cover'ed for' two or throoe -days
tier. Ont the filtth day3 thle pmmnpre'
u.s become lairge('-, and. On) themixthm
ay~ aIppear's aL little ro(unid blister'
bout the ciate~~r of at pea. On
he s1eventhi day this has a smal
airk spo(t in tile contor', wich grad
ally becotmes larIger, unttil on the
Incl h (day the whole pocket except
ho matrgin Its the alppearatnce of a
wab wtith ai hollow point in the een
r1. Oni the tlhir1itit day the~ pa-.
lot, is smtim mes coveted with) a ~
nh esemblUin g scarilet lever'. This
I i 1)par1, of the dIisease and (ought
0. to l o In ista ken for erysipelas
01' trecated by .iod~no cr other' ex,
tsC:so cihanging its location to
me1) iternail organm, suchB as) lung
r' brain, anid perhaps eptuing doat.
htis rush soon goes ni'vay og itsoli,
'avi ng the patient, safer l'rm. ama lb
OX thtan if they had1( had -. i,. Tihe
:ab dtios dlown,,Jalls off and kitves
he scar with whiteb every one is,
miliar'. lat people who Jate once
LIen vaccinat Led the Vagoinao runs a
lorteor course and .sometimes a
ery imperfect one.'"
A1Uh1USTR., GA., J uam'y N.--Con
dorable exci tomont, was caused in
ntmoin tCounty Iateliy by in attempt
burn the resmidoneo of P. A. COX, t
ithian five tiest ofi jincolton. Six
lro dmenh ered artd uThrJur'ylee
d3rJo disch red and Harrmy Kon-ht
dyl Jon~a H rry~ and lenrya ? W ight
ptmsne. Thecal sa&no io si the ts
untyofchials saPv he prsoes
mm 14A i~& ALphnaal
r Du i of 1,,0, 0i
t off (al.) flr
pAthall pox znd
which 1uh41 oeen ed, to my, Ik io %v I
edge, In hthndrede d'ing. It will
enna r dinedered ow-pdx in Eog,
,land the world'cf soierice hurled an
av.aanco~ of ta'ie tipon his head;
but. when the m6t Ktienti'fo sahool
of medicino of thb v6ild-that, of'
Parim- publjm)hd this .i'-cipt as i
panneea for siblall pokc t *1-imed un
Ireeded. It is as uphiling as fzaV.e,
aihtl tongners in every instance. It
is ldrmlem4 when taken by n iveil
perasn,- It will. also ucitk'o ififte to
v1'. * cro ip tle receipt am I la::ve,
usea it. find cured scarlet level-; ore
iL'ik 10 1 ha i'o used it to cure small
pox, when learned phymiianns sani(
the patient mutL die: Sulphato of
Zino, One grai; half tenvipoontil of
Sugar; mix with two tabilespoomnstil
of water; when thoronghly mixed
add four lnnes of w:. ter. Take a -
sjpoonfill ovol'y 'hour. Either dis
enlso will disappft'il twelve h1ost.
Fora cit hild, 'tiffier -do.<e, aecord inl g
'to age. It eounlties would compel
their physicians 'to Tiso ths ithero
'(Vduld .ho no tdd of post houses. If
yo'u "valo ndvice and expo'ien'rice use
thifor %that t'eeri'ble diseas -."
It the 'follo'i~nb, wh'ihd wis Writ -
ton to the livol-4ui Mecury, be
true, there is nothing very alarming
in small-pox. Air. il.e Says: "I am
willing to risk my reputation its a
1uhblr n.vi if tho worst cases of
St'flhl po-x catnnot b curod in t1re
da s simply 'by tho ise of cream of
ti- Uno ollnn' of'camin of' tar
Sar dissolve-d 'in t p'in-t 'of boling
water, drank atsho-titi tervaIs .when:
Mid, is at certain rem Medv*%. It
has cured thousans.I, never ICt es 1
mark, never causes blindniesdIcs, itrid
avoids tedious, lingering illness."
Jafie von Ever
n1vown aii t"b'tn'e '1rM~~ h ivillhl
out a1 weaik st011 1on'ch or iviacti:ve liver or
k'idneyi? Ar'M \vlhe'n these orgins are in
4,66A conditioi do you iot fbitol their po-vs
Jor eroyinig good health? Parker's Ginger
-'uni regulates these importan. :naukes hie
blood rich anid pure,.nnri st reng:hIens~ every
par. ot the systenm. See ot her' coluam- 4
&n Exodus 1Lette'r.
Th-e 'altitoing letter, thte Groen,
v'iflZe N'ewts saiys. wnsI fo.untd in an: old
emnp'ty r'oom1 in the city oh Creei'u: ille
a feh' d'ays aigo:
"The Kansas' chiho ie'te Nov thVI
1 0 for' N~o Ieo -C ON f r'verv in mmin
b'airsu tol Em mer'gra to Kanan.. a,
$0oon a 1luiy (enn T1he nwe' int Open:
by M r W A Un'oas and ca:lled to ordled
by -\ir Gr:'een FI'li'czrad A at ich
wasfl in) lt'r dol d y Mr[ W'~ lreer
WVhaylec thet J u'nt tel man11 was~ a p
kon ll. L~ J Goron'~~t . ;a:4 ingrage ii:
takenQt downVi .whos at ihe close". or
Mir mu it h : sptch theo. Li't, was giv'
in tIo Mr lHoss nr'.l the nmes w'as
enild theo of the of' mien was 96 amul
after' woJrdJ Mr' Gordon, 8:s it 1i.
ad driess to pepeul yout need niot, to
think that you) will Finit a land of
resto on cairthi you will niever' s'oe it
yotT havo% g'utt to waIIrk f'or whait y'ou
gets its g'ootl to g~O a way feom tnere
moy friends :() you ilmemnber the
Black matn that, was whip to (deth:
in: Aug, 1881 in Onc&el Tloon Shp;
yout haiv no prOteettiomn her' by law~
this the Whl1% tluiins Inntois and he
may13 hive its fo) mo We will mete
a gin) Ileven AM fr'omi 3ree:aviio Ic(
11 oin Ruthifour~d thod un the n'ighi
of the 17."
SAVANNAti, (GA., Febriuar:y 2 -
T~he body nf I lel iszz-aen I ecigho. ihe
G reA't who mys)'ter'ion-dly disa pp)e.,
ed fromn this city .Jtanary 18th, wav~s
l'ound( inl a fiel yester'iday mu ich, dlo,
comlposed. It, is~ thoughit that he
beinig unider his body.
The residceo of Mrft. A. P. Con
nor, w.hio lived 01n L~ong Cante, Ab
> v illJo Cout:: y, was bunrneod on thin
'tight of' theo 26i h hIt. It I itj)n
>osed to be tho wvork of anl inicendi
try, as ker'oseno oil was found pour
dover the floor of the room11 int
vhiich the0 fir'o 81trted. A grown
1I1thght~or was~t di gorously inljuri ed
ty jumanping f rom ian upper)Ct pialza.
The Richmnotnd Bloard of' HlnIth
IpOi'!8 21. denths from Msall poXt
aist. wcok-s whi tes and1( 13 c' loroe.
)urlng"t'o santo period 15 now eni
es woro replortEd, 7' beintg smallI
lox and 8 vatrioloid.
Aioac nder IT. Stephens has cor-,
iloed htt hbry of Lte Uinited
aes nind has phiced it in the hands
if the publishers
A sharp baild heazded drumme anr said
,0 a witty hio8te5$; "Ilow happens it,
gd'ad, that you took a~ grayi~
scaded matn unlto y'ourel fo11hr a hus
)and?" 'The witty an td rth ier you ai
lostess replied. ' Why, my dear sit',
Ie dios aill prefer aL gu'ny hauired
>ld man to a baild headed young
nlan.'' The yountg diimn CIer sitid noc
noro. T1o Lt'n dJown a womanu is a
tnrd thing to dti
T OF oren DAt--" Will it
"WVill it huirt me mucth~?"
'"WVill it leaveo mtutch of a scar'?"
"How long beforeo I'll feel it?'
"Oh, Doctors ato' ou going tQ eg
"Rull nn vnn e alamen.90s sa
. the AoBufd>*
~~'lo,'(he w~i'.t'htt'd '44t )v iy t 11e.,
%V i t iiS 110t~ +-4 11l)(J n l'oi A. -tiflan-ot
to0 1)0. Him 11hair Wi fi'ilh .11. li'ng w4
in tho photogroph, andl ho holdst his
had a - 1Ltlo to ono sido, in('filing
toflvm'd hi. Ieft, shoulder. lie Wiets
atihi in a 11onac bottle gr~en clot h
i'ink ov3reot with an enormous fur
collar. wvhich came down to "his
thoh Idol- lhndcs.e Ile woro a pair of,
brown ii Mrm' si d it s'tiff felt hitt,
(1)0 Bit ttiflio,' pohiCo0 'foeee. 11is
foot are bIrgn,- and his -gait~ not puo-.
ouhiarly tlegun L. Referring to. the .
111IC1lwist L hwling Which' 114d' beont
i - e, 3 Ped-by.'his faijiuro tLrmaiu vi
ill Baljimloo on hir i " t', to VJ
ingtoll, Mr. WVildo said ho 'roge"tted.
int, th iii gh fmis ilot iztjoh. lv
preis hIid bacti led to 1)11 lb h\vr(ng
c(11O1tict iLht up)on) 108 aS('1C6l. 'Lti I it
'vats Isis (Turnest des'ir'e thsitth 'ftua'tlj'.
(i' iefetrnv( ho rt:aIo to) L)V- nuator,
wVic'itr, b)e1')ti~~iLth ti a tOCen a'~iNttd3"
3Utr ttori3''Qxpitiah *iog it \\'ti, fuiwsihle
it c-(rd -ho. lip. WVrtdoi peakm witt) i
It .V 0ry 'igh. broguie, jnkl his it oftu
HoCra i.8 Lliat 61' fill lingolirh gcittleoitin
loig airt' n tiRs !4w bit , Caritry i n.
hii 4hC)1 (Iit ut aInglu Li wit id hiii left
a'd'iIdi given huin it 'Simpori lis tIII)
piaai3. Wireni'be sIieniks, a faInt',
tillig to Ohis effuct. Hlim 1:1itro,
it)(IiCIq (e anI O ett EZIjalimiu'ir degroe
Mr. 'tV i Ilo is it)ii uppc'fli(o ()no of
ioso nien who in ait c hie d a isica I
'.Cllotol t'i- wi~oul d Call "Ltu tweeL to
A\Lipersons. re notified not to trade
ful I NOEorSIX 11UNDiRl'I AND
F"ORTIY DI)A , date'd abouit the first. ot*
Janxiary 18-76. rind payawli to 'r. j. suoi.
erlmoid. mW ind*rpriig to be tsignedl by nie,
:Is sautd 1)010 it; it forgery.
&~-Y The dIleso 1weliKigenctri will
n~~ To 'ia "n titiaca atni &en bi: ..o .....-A ---I
upon it~ one bf the.~b* ~mtW r bwers in
the State4 hq~14~~ SOrGO ~ewy vtliWablo iLl
half out i~~hIg ~t~C~'Ciil&ifttLlon.
0~ud~e~dIn4. in tIaenbov~
-' ~. 4.
LOW 8 0
NEWXV G ~OOC
NkWtokPR ICk s
WE RAEKO ESLE. ME -
thcaroaso lierll bStowdon
t1rade for olhye krGo2'opeeh o~ral
JVf T88. M F L
't&hin 5,e ish~ to 16, n y epn
WeriinE To BE ABmeine TO. isell
onldo Fim n dw the Neisarwe..ar
Blankts, anther Witer od to ceoser
jaf 188 16
or. H.ind Anerlson prCeso a
Tol wth lredersanths we would rask. ye#(
ho pyltict a tt~entaion tdg I i- . we, a 'd
youwifindg fhor ( ar Tient s"anb
".Maderasy. W wll. chaer ai 5ntly m ae it .
onr adQ vatae it. e sbfr uige
Aeune ad etak pleasure in COTeing;t
ouliaetsndu cot rjs0 Goods at such
oCa'tCOSt antd ar rint;g2'adsi t.
$1; -8 Shirtig. ti .pef yr;C to
Pid.9 leciXng &n yarxid, 7.
janes H5, c.; 16nkrhef;5.t
$. H; LAndhrs5.o& C12;a.
me' IeoyirITV30c. C
To Wbr arellens chee thianwl ankytr
in PY tic t Coutyii 1n to 55r. e y ad
yoAwl large S t. Hafrom 25i to ca b
Polkidea.4yhoe, 7will dertaiouly Grakn it?.
Alway look~ti atg ur Bots efore byounU 'og
ansei i l sa veynme
. t asr m d etht plarir in othe rig t
We havej ust receive 100 arres, andc wit
gun o sl id at renvil22 p'raio i:
luiemem-b e hinf yo ard wio e 7cu
. We; arealso, ants. f o te $125 Farje
Wagn thel bes ape solan an se(tre
in1'iou outy .raity 5o perliyard.
A lar e refe tnt ryot 26o et et~
-wOrrade ibris h, $1.1r pibts te ghi
and lourprce ate oer pl~tng. reyu it
Itisru o e taty 1'oi I08ath l~
no if0,o 1881t t ove oey'll01U
Tehve JOlreed 10lRelawl
Not penationaliser yoNo 11.norl te.
andou prce a tertsg as
The Oldea eiabhe Io
Torogl .Demtoatic in p~ri a1Itj,
bealhrogressive~ Catuolat Th
CRpOIE ConceadCns teii a~et
1ir~ alesan e*orld, an treoge as~h
acountrip t eri n t Golina 'i theri-dSpts
uaiy bto Angstabiedn186Whl
thoreghen de or i i.,. rmoij0 t.I
liborsl, progresaive tohera Th.
(.gIR~Wmogg contains the l~tegt flows tr.'~on~
all part.e of die world, and Ia g
a iirst~laks paper. reoo'nIz.~1 as
As an aclveatising medium, ~ ~
country *ft Georgia amid *3outh (JaroII~0 tri
butary to Angusta
-~ We endeavor to exciuda ~