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A RAiD) (N THE 8OUT1H.
TRE IEPUBLICAN PROORAMMEc FOR
THU FALL CAMPAIGN.
RepentIng the Attack on tlie Pauldent.- I
The Struggle for Oregon.-Soft Words for 1
(Corre*pondence of the News and Courier.) t
1VASHIEGToN, March 2S.-Uio visi
ble effect of the wartare iauguraed
up,ln the Adiniisltration by the Re- i
publi 5an Senatll hao- 6cen te triug the
Presldent and 1)emocratic t:,oIg e
menCt1 into beitttr relatitnls ltal eXisttd .
at the opening of t tonti,c-s. Senlato i
Plunb, of Kxnhas, who4 rpp'ed the I
E hInundy Iov'leent Irol its incleption
a41111 wtho hIt: nol IIIteruvtevred to coI
ceal his upp,l,si'iun, relna rkel thit it
wts ibolish policy t'ro) a political
view. lie sai.i a in onIlth or nmre ago:
"By3t ai.:ailinlg the P'resl,dtte we (he
l j,t blil;eans) will ilovitbly drive thelt
Denercats to his .u ppot. T1hey' can.
not. do an.% thiult else." Senator" P'lumlb's
political percept ion h:tt been verified
by the re,nlt. It was patent to t he
Denocrats at the outset t hat they could
not evenl hold aloot frout I tie Adminiis
tration. The 1)emoceratic Senators in
the first canetts helbd on this question
unanimhously adopted a resolutionl
pldttgitig tieir .olrdial and earnest
sulport to the Administration. "I here
were several Senators present. who did
not, by any Ineaus, subscribe to the
wisdo,mh of the President's refusal to
sublit papers to the Senate. They
believed that no harm could have re
suited from perInitting the Senate to
have access to allI the fle, as a matter
of fact, but. in view of the plain fact
that the Republican Senators were
endeavoring to mtake a political issue
of the Pre.,ident's refusal these Sena
tors did not hesitate to declare their
support ot the Executive. Tihte imiore
friendly footing upn011 which the AI
mlinistration ata: ds to its parts leaders
aId representativet in Congress is
visible in several directions. III
natured criticistnl-I ol' the President
because of disappointitnents in procur
ing desirel appoilnmeuts are not
heard A'11ong I)lIocrats. 'Tl'e qtles
tions ot' ditrvreice bet weel Democrats
and the Excuntive are no longer Ihrutst
upon public notice. in fact, there is
appitrent a general disposition amonug
Democrats to give the Administration
it hearty Nupport and clieTul co -operll
tion inl all matters amdlnmeasnres of'
public interest. The natural efl'ect of
such a dispo<ition, and of it Iineo of
conduct in accord with it, will be to
engenider a better party feeling and
spirit throughout the country, sotme
thing very important as tlie time
approaches for preparation for the fall
Oregon will lead oft in Juine with
an election for State officers and mnel
ber of Congress. The Democrats in
tend to mhake a determined efyort to
carry the State< It is already evident
that the Republicans are preparing to
bend every energy to the capture of
the next House of Ieprerentatives.
It is also evident I hat they are enter
taining the hope of making dc-isivo
gains in the Southeri States. 11ndeed,
unless they can utake gains inl that
section it is dtItUttilt. to see hlo%w tiev
canh couttol the 11,uuse. The shrswtl
est Republicatn leaders who shan - and
direct the political caltmlpaitrns ubhat
party h"tve detertinod that so I'ar as
lie South is concerned olnt e but re pu
table metn shiall take the t1ibt as its
-canididates for (ongresa. Thiese shrewd
leadter-s apphrecialte the 1'act that repta
ble men arie very scarce ill the Itti
licani pty-t of te Soth, btLI. this dos
not deter them or dash their hop(les.
Their pol41icy- will be to persuaide men41
of goodl character w ho have no t betn
in affiliaution wvith lthe I10-pulicani pat y
to take the field ill (l)Ooitioni to reizti.
lar Detmocratic catittt es anid to give
them tihe llepulicanl support and1( vole
Onl the tariff 'u-stion, id pari-tent
larly ont thle ques m ill of iintetinal
. t mprovPelets5, 111en of' good ataingi i
in the South will be inviitedl to statad
for Congress ini oppoOsitionl to thle
Democr-ats. In Vi rgiinia, Nort h C aro
Iinai, TLeiliessee amtii ini Georgia can..
didates wuill be urged( 1t) take the fielId
In behalf ol' a rep(ealI of the int er nat
reveinue laws. As a mteaiis of t'a-ten
ig the hirotective I arill'1)0 ol~ic ore
firmly the ltepublicanis will be wvilbag
to commIlit thiemselvyes to ia repea! oh'
the interinal revenue laws to an extenit
sufficient for theirt purposes ini State-.
atnd sections where that tax: hears
heavily upon01 the people. Ii is ex
pectedi thlat, na1turallyV to at greatier or
I eta extent, there will exist dIissatisthe
tioni, resulbinig froma di sapp.,inited hopes
-anid ambi)jtion, wvith1 thle Admhinli stria
tioin. Such disat isfact ion wvill be
taken advaitiage of. Ini short, the
Republicans mean to thiorou[hly over
hauli the SothI and( to ply the sharpeast
tactics ini eftIrts to captture Ciingres
sionail districts. Thel idea of miikiing
the SothI a fr uitftiu leich of pot tical
gain prevails amon ug th liepubelit iicani
leaders ini hothi hlonl ses here.- Sherm(an.
Logantt ai Iot her ig muen of thait party'
have nothting bat k Iiid wvortts for thlie
iDestruc-tive wourk of ai Tornadolt.
A F'indlay, Ohlio,' special savs: A
torniado plassedi ove- Belemor)ie, a'smaill
county 0n Tuesday.ti' Thei heavenssuid
denly b eca me dark andii thlen camne ia
terri,ice stormii cloud, fouane-shaped,
tearingc til trees by3 the rott, blowinhg
down Sm-dtl bu11ildi ngs, and dhestroy ing
ever.vthinug in its pa1th. A protracted
mieetimlg wias being held iin lie Met ho
dist. Churtch at the Ite. Thle steeple
wats b)lwn dlown and( thie root' aiedt''i
off. Th.e c->ngregationi was patnic
stirikenu, butt w'trtunlately no oneC wal'
killed, thouigh maniy retcei ved1 brutise
rhe dltaaze donelt by) the clouid wvill1
amnount to mnany thtotusandl dolhlrs.
Wat. it Canceer ?
I have bieen takhing i.t. i 1. for sIx or
sevenI weeks for somiethiing like einnecron1
my neck, ntid I woubt not take oss -eo
BA Ni J)noiLA ius for the b)ene(fit receivedt.
I hail prFeviously tiedt v'arit ou. called
blood remlediles, but II. I. 1B. is the best,
the quicrkest antt the' cheapest blood purl'.
tler I eve r ulsed. I referi to (any mlt-ehat
of Griffin, Ga. J1. 11. HAhtNIF,
Were we sio disposted, we coniu manke a
gred case of caincer enie of the abovo,
be, as we do not thInk that genuinle cani
cers aret t-eer enriedl, we do( ntot propose to
husbna the publIc. Thle above ls perhaps p
only a case of scrofualouls ulcer, whIch
B. B. B. cures moie speedlly than anuy
remedy. It wIlt cure ally sto-called can(cers5
it onle half the tIme and onie thIrd t1he
tooney requhired by any boasted remiedy.
It LOOD) BA h.M CO.,
a Atlanta, (Ia
ADYtUE TO MOTHEUB.
Nsa. Wusinow'. ttoova-unt Staur shouild alt
ways. be asd for children teething. It soothes
the child, oftena the* ?utna, Mays at in
e urgs wind anile. andi Is the twist emy for
eliatrrhse. Tirety-lv en IA bots.
0IlLS IN LOVE WITH GIRS.
i New Hobby of the Fashionable Young A
Ladlel of Washgtou.
It there is anly now kink or wrinkle
o te liue of fatshioliable hobbieswhich
as not reached Washingtoi lhe society b
onllg ladies wouild like to have it pass c
his way, writes a Wnshingtul cor- d
er1n(det. This year it is the procper I
hing for one young lady to be (eIper
tely in love with another. She au-v I
ate a yon1g nnil-and nmo-l of th(Ies f
I)-bill nile ~ she i- I, p r'a"t'ely i1I I
)Ve nitt ont' of hir o it ssex ,he catn
et assure( she is ioti en regle This l
rz-- i. hei'g carried to t ridienhio.. I
xllit here. h'lo-e if its who have i
een watchinlg its rapid growlh haIvv I
een intesely amiilused at Ile extreie- 1
r 1ractical maimcr in which 01111
t 't he tuung ladies go about it. It
Iiu1t-nout h(e sulpposed that becaut'e]
asliuon's whiu Comn :its a yoaung
tidy to rave about solie tther yountg
adt 'st beauty, mid to trip all mtitter ot
itcrary t rearle over the object of h,er
ileged desires. that it is at all iIcere
Iry her 'mash' should be one of her
iwi circle of friends. The shrewd
irl will never permit herself to be
'aiught in such a flimsy trap as that.
he must adimire something 'eminie,
aid so she looks about her and usually
iettle: down on some actress. Rhea,
Jeainio Wit ,ton ami Vernona Jarbcati
ire the three favorites. All three of
them are deluged with flowers and
perfimed notea every timne they come
to town. Not long ago Miss Wi lstoli
stopped for about two hours ini Wash
ington on ler way North. A deletra
tion of young ladies met her at the
depot iiti entertaiinied this femiiiiie
BImnthorne during her witay. Quite
recently Jarbeau played iin "The
Mikado" at one of our itheatre.. Two
youtg bidies at once became dIsper
itely sIlittesi. Th'ey called tnid were
curdiatlly received. Jarbeau told them
all iianuuer of pretty things aabout
herself, lier origin and her hi,,torv.
'I'hev were emnrap)tured. But when the
clever little :actress itn ocently tol<
theii that site was barely past 20, an(1
that she febl just like a school-girl, t,h
.souin ladies looked at her a trifle
inrretnounsly. Before tihey left Jarhean
mianiaged1 to tell them that, inl case they
hired a box at tlie imatinee she w tild
flirt. wit h thein from the satage. The
girls hired the box and Jarbeau (1id as
she I)riunised. All of Ihis talk may be
sickening to those who have never
miove4l inl society at the Capital, but it
must he confe-,sed that when one looks
at the average brainlless dude who is
suplosed to entertain the young lady
he does not wonder at the fact that tlie
girls are falling in love with one
An Effort to take the Life of the Mnyor of
On Tuesday night ili attempt was
male to assassinate Mayor Wiml. It.
Bake,-, of lloustonl, Texas, under
pectliar circumlstances. Maor Baker
is running its aln independent citizens'
candidate for re-electioin a",-inst 1). :.
Snith, the 1)cmocratic omin,ee, who
is beiig supported by the la'jor organ
izatiois. ''he calnva1ss has beeni siignal
ized by numnerrour. acrimn i iust)tliseins
siuuis. Ot the eveniiig ill qu(Istlit
Blaker, with others, uttenced a col"ort",
Baker campamign meeting, liear :
liowaerd Oil Mills, in the 4th v;:i .
A b.ut K:3v 'clo+k.w ithi Jutge Bra-li' ,
Eiwarid .Jemoiso m andi sieerat celri
lmen, lie started to walk somie distau,et
ti) lite outiskirats of ' the tow ii iwhere
another mieetinlg was beingi beitd.
ai high lonely struhcturte, thei i..ii
atpplroachlted .i auked:I
"Yesu, wha. dto you wantl wv ta'- ("
ask etiim he Mayor as hei Ileft. tie par y
and wvalked tiiward thie hiosman jin t'
imiithlle of t he rott.
you," sanid the ridert, ai.d hc eskedt
Biaker to wvalk downi tile road~ a n,bort
As t hey. starited( awa': &. : ': sid:t
"Yiiou iust be j. 's. , epliedt
S eeral rodls rithe I s rth a poinii
lbaker laoced i-i teft imnd on the
horseC8's man le as it toi steni, waent i sudic
denly th le Ni ayor wias g reatly startledt
by fth t lash of at pitoi inl his face,
wvhich li htiled thim for a miomlenIt.
T'hree shtsiO. were filed in i uik sucesx
Sit)nI. Iiak erI dodtguI fto theI gr-oun d,
andot the woult-be as uassiin, whoI evi
Olenltly ftouht hie hadt kill:d the Mayor
rod' inistiIv Iiway. Ie tawas followed
b.x JuLdgeoI rirat'hear ant .lir. ,Jtemison),
t0h deveLa l)oped ithe fat I hatt h ii I - ae.
lt iv the Iii tirii plae ormtingi and1 hi1 tl
PThe Mayora is unhinljnredi. lie is sixti
hialTis 44tlIty, . ie is lnot ai potiiian
a' am Vi e hdew his1 sabovi of Mavoir.
lie Ii111: m inarrie andt a:chpt s the iposi
timl ats aI mue:mt-, oft lccupying his5 time.
IT' seemiis that thereCI i -4 de ltterina ii
ion oni the parit of' the atdvocaltes of thle
lilaii btill iln thie flin to press thems
'aetvet to a hieaingi~. A t a mheet inig of
lie friendls of' the bill recent ly thet fol
hoin hg resoluation was adop iteiI, wvI i~hi
if carr-iedt w Vill Lrive Ithem a11 hearinig.
Ii reads as follows:
''That Mr. Willis, of Kenitucky, he0
anud lbe is hereby requtestedl to int rodiuoce
into the I louse neOxt Motidav the hill
commonly kniown as the 'Blair~ bill,'
with suchi amenmeni)ts thereto as he
may dteum bcsi, if any), and1(. mtove that
taidh bill be referred to a COmmhl~ittee of
he Ihonse that, in is olpinion, will
reptort t hereuon prIomiptly); and14 in thle
meaiitime( thle chafirmnan oifits conifer
anice aippoit amitt ee ttllii ICconsisIinig
at two mtetibers of each dhelegation
wh Io shall conf eir wvith tIiri respuectivye
aihclgagus andi securi e their sulpport of
saidl re'fer-ence, sa id cornmitttee to re
port, at ani ad(journed' tmeeltig."'
DIr. Armstro,ng to litture.
It is inow de(finittly settledh tht 1)r.
A rnittruong, late' re'ctor or St. P hiliip'
Chinl ch,, At lanita, will fake to the lhee
turte field, tlis triendts hav ie adlviset I I
hmt fto do~ 5o, andu will itenderi every' a
sistanice poss5iblue. IlIs fIrst Ietire wvilli
be givent in Attitnta. Then heo will go
to R[~iio,id, W heelhtig, Cincein118li I
St. Louis, f :hcago atiul other places.
Hecingl a natitual, orator, andtt hi,ving~
now1'. a worldl-wiide adveitrt ietntelt, lie
wilt matke a ten-strike. There ar-e
tulany pCeople who ii still believe hie is
John WVilkes Bouthi. lie says that lhe
will not etier jou1rnlismt, at least for
--A fire tn Bufl&lo, N. Y., on F'rl
day nightl, de'struoyed $u>00,000 worth of'
BLAINE IS HARD AT WORK.
to Will Take a haud lin This Year's leoc. I
tisus and Prepare for More.
( cnn i Iashinegton Letter.)
Ex-IPostmaster Ma1lnlev, of Augusta,
Iv., the triemd of1 Mr. llail,c, who
mnue het o a week ago to spend ,one
uyN in conferring with Mr. halhie's
riensade( and inl looking over the loliti
al lie'l, leit. the city roinewhat abrupt- t
r tS,r New York, where he will pass a
L ': days rand tIh(e'l."( lettrn" to M1aiine.
at..pinakiig to a Irien,l Mr. Niaurly
ni th t 1 his vi.it hail been rhorteued
t ihe perlist et fubrication of tem arks
nmtle by" bitn I h1e st atetnut respect
ng Mr. I5 ainire's pi.tin ol lite cou
r.versy between the Senat, :mu(t the
rCidenttt, for iuttatuee, 'asts lpblished I
n a New York palper before Mr.
Inlcy hati called upoat eimto r 1' Fri .
As he retuariked upon that subjict: "I
Jo tiot thiik Mr. laine itt muixin'z
blitulself upt with matiters which no't
milty di) n(ot co ncern hil), but which
L at lit ve no iulptu tant beatrilig Ii upo
public afairs or upon0 publec op'inliln."
There is no doubt whatever about
the p.1is of the Irien.ds of Mr. 3laimu-.
They (do not propose to laandoni 1 he
collttst. They claim that the loss of
New York was dilte to that ill-conlsid
ered dilnner. The I,urchard iicide('nt
was worked by the oppaositiont tor all
it was worth at the last ulouitett, but
to the <l iiiner they charge the mot.
serious influence upon tlie popula r seti
tliment in New Yol k. Mr. 1li lie him
helf so considers it, but recognizes the
tact, that while i'-spired by the behst of
inotives among h's frieiils the i(lis
crect spceeches which it drew out were
filortulnlate. It is thought that[ with
the experienlce of 1881 and the imbe
cility and distractions of the )emo
cratic party they will be able to carry
the conntry. At all events, Mr.
Iilaine's fiieals have mad up their
tlill(us to begiu earl% aml rally their
old forces in their st'1port before they
becomie dispersedl in support of other
Cia(hdates. They will take a hald in
the Consgression.i and1 L.egislative
Calin paigns. where there is a chance of
stringthening their position.
DYING UNDER 1'ASTEUl'M CAi,E.
The Terrible Dentl of i Ituvwian Nvho was
Bitten by it Mad Wolf.
One of the Itussias, who were bit
ten by mad wolves, died in PaIri hist
week withl all the symhlploms of hydro
phobia. The lilussianls were placed
lunder I)r. Pasteur's care on the 15)th
March. They were iiiaeteeni ill nuumi
ber. All had been atltacked hy mud
wo lves aitetri lacerated.' The
nan who died had beele carefullyvv oper
ated upon an(l regulatrly inoculated
with virus twice in every tweity-tour
hon rs sincie he arrived. 1 His terrible
leath has operated as a serious check
to public confi(lece in the ctleclive
Iless of Ialteur's discovery. The first
positive indications that ihe patieit's
systein wias resistaig the trealmct
manifested thenselva on Sunday, after
no had been in the hospital over live
days and had been inioculated more
thaln halt a dozen times. )atil oc
enrred while the mani was mad and
wild with physical torlture. The
scientist is inch anno.% ed by the uln
11t)urable conhlemets caused1 by this
f'ailure of his niet.hod, but he -insists
(Ihat it establishes nothing. The in
(pitest revealed the preseunce iin one of
1 he inanu's check hones of a portion of
4 dec'iayedt toot h thaml titln de'a-lv b.e
linged to thle wolf by whichi the' imn
wa bittent 'I. Th'Iis Pastette suitppie.m
IimiStened1( thle inlcutltion ot the diea1
iT ae uns and1 oilier ititertnal ilr'lius
were Ii tIed wvithI cl)tZtd blood, Sho) wiig
that 1there had beeni palrly ~sis 01f t
'ircithlin g litppamratlus. The itiisits amii
ongat e wvere abniormtally swioltein, mad
1the brin wa Vis sligtty coiigeated, but
I tiusiaii ni i:titsi ha:ve showni siinip
OIN TIlE V'Ei(R OFt iiLOODnstEi.
The Very Serious Anpect of the Strike lin
STi. Lou;ts, March i2.5.-G (overntor
Marmniaduse, of' Missouri, issued ait a
Ilate h our la mst inighit , a proclamrnation
rela:t ivie to Ithe Haildroad striike, so1 fari
is it aftlects the~C)i iommerce oft the Statet.
A fler det'iining thte respectiv'e ditties
iof the raiilro,ad companytii atndt ttheir emi
iIloyns', Itie pr(chuaion i 111CIli iot ine.:
" Wheireforei, 1, Jolm i S. Mamin i ke,
Governo t hitt (iIle tate (If Mi ssoi) Ri, by1
ii tue' of alitthority in tie vested(, do
heerebyi call tipoiin ihe M issour ti Pacmific
HI ay Conmany, andii upon its oti-i
ICer andl aigents and ii its e ip lov-6, of
every gr'ade', eaichh inieir several
caipaci ties, t(o as5Aist I i rIsuminghf iflic
ilf mill kind8 ini the uisuaml wvay oti all
ratilIroad Ilnes opleratedt by 'thle said
comipaniy ini Mis.,ouri ; and I wari aill
90ersoni s, wvhet her ther' be emiiplot hao
not , aga ist initerpos(51ing ainy o bst ache
wi'hat ever in the waymu of s'aid resump
tion andiC with ia tirim relinlce uponIR the
courage, goodI( senise andu Iawi-abiing
spirit of lie pubillic, I therebyi call 1upon1
all g.tood Icit ies to( assist in carri'yI ing
(tilt thle pitriposeS of t his prichuiniiii joni.
I also pledge thle whole pow ter (ot thle
StatLe, No fair 1as it. mayl be law fully
wichliled by'. its el cif ex'Ct ivie otlice i,
Iito Stain id 11companIlyi and( iis ser- i
vanIts ini thie rettiniphtioii (If tie I r'flie,
andl to rest rmain and punilisth all lihat
miay oppose it."'
ST'. Louis, Miarch 2:5, 9, A. M.- TIhe
iiinwater ti ties iitid Corny G t'' of
the liranch Guards, mite unider mrms ait
their a rmory , ready to render a-list- s
anlce to ihie Police ait at mRomen'it's noiiice.
All thle mi iliti forhmce of the city a re
iinder' i orders frotm thle G overno 111 o be
reCad(y tor action.
A MatR Emupress IIylng.,
|Th'le ex- Etmpress Corlal tam, of Mexieo,
is I 5inig serliuslyv ill mit thle beamtmiifl
old1 casEtle of IlouRchoiit, nearti liu,se ls.
She wals borIn Junte 7, 1840, the dauitgh
ter of L~eopold I., Kin ig oIf Iielgiumil,
iiid of his wife, the P'rinicess Louiise',
dauoghiter of Loiie4 PhiIi ppe(, K iinIg ot
the lFrenchl, andi( she is thte onlyi si ste(r
of Leopl I II. , tIRe pIreent K ing (Itf
hlelgiumn. Ont .Jul y 27, 18:57, shei wams
maited it to thle Archduke Ma (xiiia iin,
of Austria. This unftortunate mtni
wasR elected Eper I'tor of1 Mexico onC .i
JiRlv 10, 18633. Whetn, itt conse<p(lti'icf
>' the opipositioni of the Uniitedl States
lo veitrnmeitt, he lost1~il irechI i l)ppot,
IRe emire' tcollapied, land July 19,
866, Max itiilian wias shot b'y the Meux
ennt authoities. Thli,eu faifl shock oft'
lier husbandltii's execuRtioIn robbIed ('ari
ilttIa of hRer r'easoni, and tif ot'r inetee ti
'earis she has been hopelessly inisane.
--There is great consRterna i onl amTanlg
ho ward poliicianis of New Yo.rk ati i
the 'impemiidinag wholesale arrest of' lie ~
chy~'i alder'meuR, acutsed (If receivig ~
large sums of monely for their v'otes tn
theQ Jacob Shar'po lHroaudii urfm ii'i
railway bushiman. Oiie orI two alder
meni have beent hidlcted, several of
them have skiPed thte city, while I
other,-are mma. ....g with t.r.'
OitUAL WRW ITX1f.
ato of luterest, Gathered truat Various
-The oat* crop Iin Mariou looks very
-The to's by the wreck of the Ore
on munttnnts to $3,166,000.
- A fcpnbllicut coalititn has beet
oi'ted in the Spanish Cortes.
--Spring frehetts ate getting in their
it tal work in Germ-IIL at pletot!tt.
-'lhe 'reident gave his .etond
lilniert to t.ong11r1.Stmn onl t'hur-%day
--Sei,,tr Autoni~ Maynler, a t-ugar
planter in .\tiaanzav, Ih.s freed ht,
-- At Wilmington, D)el., the striking
ntturoc'o inen have returned to worl,
--The trial*of'A.ldermlan Jacthne, of
New York, on the charge of briberv,
has beenl fixed for the 12th April.
-A cotton ship at New Orleana was
truck by lighting, the caruo set on
IIre :tnd dtinaged $10,000.
-G.eronimo, the A pache Chief, has
surrendered to L.iet. Maus, who de
fended hillt against the Mexicans.
-Gen. Freedmen 's Bureau Hloward
has oeen noninated as Major General
in the artny, rice Pope, retired.
-The new Itoman Catholic Bishop
of Georgia is mu:aster of fourteen Ian
gnages. lie is said to be indeed very
-- V. W. Vance, formnerly of Abbe
ville, has been t,oli.a:e,l by the Ovn
ocraty for the Louisiana State Setate.
-Messrs. 1). G. Zoiglar and It.
Copes, of Oratngeburg, have secured
patents for a hoeing machine and a ve
-A. J. Twiggs, who lives on Iech
Islainl, IaIs tet up a distillery, and is
inaking uJliskey out of his rge corn
-The sumll) (f $1,005.10 was io
amounut paid witllesseR, jurors and
constables for service at the recent
erIn of lKigeti-l(' court.
-Paris has been atit horized by the
Chatmber of )eputies to build public
wor.ks inl order to emplov her idle pop
-'Tlhe Pull .Mull Gazetle denies the
alleged opposition to Gladstone in his
C'abinet, except as to Chamberlain and
-Three valtable blocks in lelena,
Ark., including the Opera IIouse,
were burnt last we )k, loss $225,000
-There were thren failures in Rtich
tiond, Va., on Thurt"day, tt.e liabilities
aggregaling about sixty thousand dol
-The case of Cuverit1s, cotivicted
of the nirder of Lillian Madison, is
set For hearing this week, before the
Court of Appeals of Virgittia.
--The Pan-Electric investigation was
continuied in Wiashintont last week-.
Nothing new or startling was dovel
-At latest accounts file sittnatioti
among the strikers in the West Was
"erious. All attempts to tun freisht
trails seeni to have been fruitle-s.
-It is now said. that Secretart Mat
uing is strirken with paraly,is. adt
he will have to abadion his place in
-E-Justice WardI I lit of' thle
Uiited States Su1pre:tie &'on rt died inl
Washiitotn last week. Ile was sev
- Ilin. Wmv i. II. miut h, of Lexinlg
tou, Ill., comitited siiicidle la',t week.
Il waui:s wuoith I $6500,000. ile was 57
yeast. (o1( aint Ia: nait iveL'4 E lit K enuky.
-IIon. t :ale's P. NI at thewsoit
'reoidenti of to Norfolk, Neb., Nat ion.
at llan,k, has d isappea red! fisinct'ial
- A lermant .Jachne, o)f N'ew Yotrk,
arr'estedi oni a chiiarge of br'iben , has
beenu loged itn jail -onie of his hon~dlsmein
dlecliinitg to hold(.
-Jamtes Melleniry, o' Erie Itailwayv
famne, 11has een dieclatredl a batikritpt in
Is)(Lodo, hie Iitig defattited on an
ist almient (1ue to creditors5. lie wvill
-Itidolph)1 ClhutrchilIl's dest'cri ption
of NIrt. Gilad it oni as "th le Ossi ficat ion
of IIloonisteni cy,'' was made toi matchI
t he 1'restident's ''I:ii0oous D)e'.uetudce"'
- Ant electrlie liniemant was killed int
l'hi ladell>bia0 ott Saitturiday by holdiig
to ai wet ir'on awig postK )0 withI one
baitilv whilehle hielId the. w ire ini thle
-lin NTan seuioind coun lty, Va., the
1 7-year-old 'oii of J. Vian lirrell dain
gerously shot Th'twa Bigwood, be
cautse of' his too iintiniiantoe elt ion i with
-T'wo) negroest were' dr1owned in
Sav aiihIt iver 01 poisite a poinit ini the
city whiete ant itiiest was beiing held
over' aili ) i-g o rowned a few dai s lbe
--'The D emItoctat s have Governiot rs in,
weity-oneo States. Tiiey liave, Gov
eiriior' ill all the sixteeni ScmIt'ert
States, and( ini N'ew Y'ork,-l'emi- yl vaia
Cltiftorniia, New', .Jersey' and Nevada.
-ThIle liev. E.> TI. Waiker' andi family'
lefi Edlgetit'ld IhIzt 'Thsu r'isav for \Van
dartiville, neat' Charile.,ton. ~ Mr. \Valk
t'r goesi to) asstimie the resctor.<lih,ip of th
Ep~li -cojod Chur tch at Waltriv if!!e.
- - M. Itlas,o, postmiaster at II lsptck
atIll, lis?-. , iliinety miles 5omb h .f'
ri fledt th Itp ost oflle oft all lie mioneyv
-Thet' Cainadiain Paciftic ItailIroad
will be (com11pleted to the P'aci fitc Coaust
eatly ini AprtilI, andI a Iinte of steami
sh,i;-s will sooni folltow~, to runi bet weent
Itiii.lh (Colutmbhia andi( Autstralttia and1(
--All s.emli-ofDe'ial organts of' (ser
nanyco0inu to disetnsa the pr'ospect
>fa wvar of1 retaliatio brt i Fiance
Iga inst Ie tiermanV. They at t~ibute1 t h(
>rihahilityi of 5t~nchl actiont by Franiice
(oiat Orteaist schleinie.
r'omi his bmiirgy and11 had his antkke
ratu ired last wee'Lk while rel turnintg
rort thle fun Ieral of Colotnel 'W. W,
hit Tiity, whot commirit ted suticide at
rtffYtey City byv juping it: a well.
-f rI . 1I J. TI'hiouttmt, of LaneaIlu
'coun ty, has a ptiLV, 1iow aiboutL dis e
re'eks old, w hich.l waus born wit hout
yes anid has onilythree feet. Outn o
.s t. et has tour' c'l :ws iad iescisibles
hatt of a cat or coo)teri.
--Iepresentative D)argan hais pre-.
atred a speech otn the silvter qiuestion
,h,iih Ite prlopose's to dlhiver' at a:it
ohrly ay. lie will deatl with lhe mitb
se't fromt a prtactical Mtandojinu at
'ic!C!nt cetain fats which the si! veir
~cs cantnot. refuite.
--Spalrtanibutrr I' to have iii apron
arty for the benefit of the Presbyte
tan Church. Rtefreshmneia will be
*erved during the evening, but the
slsIef feature will be the selling of
tipronis, plain and elaborate, tnade by
the deft handsof the Spartan heautioi.
-Colonel J. Wash Wtt, President
of the Laurens County Agricultural
BoUcet) , does not t hink that societ y has
1te lower to seud deegate t's i the
F,Itaers' Convenltion at l'olum,bia onl
the 29th April, and such a delegation,
in his opinionl, would be out of place.
-Nearly 01,000 hat. been raIitd for
rebuilding the laptist Cthuirch Ia Grao
Iteville aerettly deostroved by tire. The
new church will be ert'cted on Mon:
K.euery I-treet, a lu,.t (e,is able l"t
haviu I n, 1presented for th.t pnr
p,0,-. br tie Grattiteville Cutton Mills
-Lieut.. Matu has maxde a stp'ple
tult Mal report in refe,rence to fhl ntnr
ier of (.aptain Crawford by Moxican
Iroops, and it has been Heot to Wash
ington. it. Icontuis li" ow, report
tnd Etatettu-nta of Liett'. Shipp, .\tr.
Illt" and the hospital sloward, all
white, who were present at the itme.
- It is Iel;te d that i Hhrewd m1il1
mlan in Maine that when asked whether
the Knights of Labor affecied hi bu,i
ne,s unfavorably, he anslwered: "Oh,
ni); not at all. When they wanted to
start a lodge in our town I .joined it
with all my overseers, and we are
runniug it in a very satisfactory man
nter for all hands."
-Th.ere is a widow near State Line
Church, Spartaniburg county, who
owns a good old-fashioned rifle and a
ihot-gun, and she knows how to use
thlm. - She now and then puts in her
Itplpearance at a neighborhood shoot
ing msatclh and always takes the prize.
A hawk wo i stand a baid ehuace
fooling around her spring chicken.
''homan I tamilton, ex-member of
the Legislature of SoutIi Ca+rolina,
died at eaufort last week. I1am
ilton was a inetber of the Legislat ure
inl 1876, and w as one of the three col
ored Iem1bers who first gave in their
adhesion to the Ilamptot government
and secured a qiu.ruml for the )eImo
cratic house of Representatives.
-Joseph Pulitzer, e<itor of the New
York World, has sent to the governors
of the New Uork hospital a check for
$5,000, the anount of his first year's
salar its a Rsprcel,tative in Cong iess
from the Ninth District. This dona
tion is to be used in endowing a per
manent bed in the hospital for the
bensetit of sick and disabled newspaper
workers of everv kind.
--'The Conlmmittee oil Apriculture at
Washington will make an appropria
liolu for the contitnuance of the tea
farm at Suminnervile, btut the amlount
will probably be reduced to $2,000
Comtnuisioner Colelnan, it is said,
was oppovad to aiy appropriation for
that purpose, but the tried-4 of the tel
farm turged the lIatter before the Con
mitte with so muich vigor that the
approp ri:tion above mntittioned will
-Oil Friday last at Iranchville,
while some gentletnen were shootilg
at a mark with a parlor rifle, the ball
glanced on the side of the tree on
which the mnark was placed and hit a
li,tle two-ear-old boy upon the front
step of the store. The ball was fron
a 22 cart ridge atud scem to have struck
the child's leg sidewasa, entering
squarely the back of the leg about
Sthree or four inches above I he lace ,
mnaking a very painful wound.
-CThe Ehnaiiiu re'solutionsi wer
atdoptied by the Seiiate uoi Frkday lau-t.
Tlhese, reso)lutions conicur in hale r(-eport
o)f the Iiuij liy of th le ju1u3iciary' comii
aitter, contitin ithle A ttorney'~ GeneralI
for re'fusing to) trainsmit certain paperst
demandedtlct by the Sete, and1 ,otinii
thie dischatrgti oft Unio joliersiC' andl
he appointutict of' ex-Conflederates.
ileforev t he last resoluition came to a
vote, Bitler said. if lie had tme lie
couli d demonisitr.ite tat th le lI epubtlican
party hadl violauted the law relating~
to Soldiers ten times, while the presenat
adiniistraitioni had inot dep)arte,d frm
A POR G.IRL'5 LUCK.
FaRInhg Heir to Fabuionm wethii by the
Dleath of a1 Distnuat Rlttitve.
(1Fromn thle L,ou*iaille Courier-Joarnaal.)
A romaiice ini real litfe has just'ieeni
deelop)jed ini Je'fTersonille, KYv. Tw
ty-tie yas ago Mr-. Ileunry Nagle ai.d
wieadopted a little girl iii New Or
leanus. fier name was Mary hiuber'
and shie liven withI heir parent s wheni
the yellowv fev"r broke out aind ali oif
the family (died of disease, exceplt the
hitiit child. rThe tamiily paIpers aiid
every thiing valuiale we're 'tolen by
burglars and the little wvaif hiad no
meians ofestabhlishing lier' ideintity. She
kinew thlat ihie caime f'romi Gerany:ii,
but did not k nowv from w hat cit.1
flear benef'actors brought her-'to Jef
fersona and r'eared her as their diaughiter.
As Mr. Neagle is a g.-iitleunani of coti
sidierable means, the child was given
every eduicat ionail adtvatage. As she
griew tip she sootn evinmced a dIesIire 1o
know soamethingu~ of her arelationis anad
wroieh ler. toa G;ermanay fi,r years,
hut tnane of Ithese elicited a reply.
Suill she was not1 discouraged, aniid
kept bravely oin ini her suear'ch. At last,
a fewt% dayls ago, "hue recgi ved a letter
fr'om Edwardl fltbear, a praomalinenat
mnerchanit ot Itregenatz, Au<tria, sayi ing
Stat lie w as her birothear anid had Jleari
edl01 ofi her whereabomsii. fr'oma one of' lie
letterus .she haad wit ten. T1he wriiter'
aliso stated that her fnaer did( uaot die
at New O)rleatns, as wa supp1 osedl, bait
reco avea'ed , aiud fininig that hais( daugh
tea' hauld disappearuedl antd the fatmi ly laud
dlied, r'eturniedl to the old1 coutalry uand
enatered into busineucs. lie soon aaias
ed a fortunue. lie dhied thlrec years augo
and( his latst words were: "lie sart to (
fiad umy lost little girl.''
Anoi(ther br'otheir is a w1ealthy mnan
and( i V live t Conistatt, WiVurteinaberg.
11er f'athier lef' her' conasideruable purop
at y which she will retuirn to Atusui'iaanud
take possessioni of. She will niot leauve
ra miopatedt paruents, whuam she hats
earaied to love, bait will uretur in anad
:oninnute to umake hier hiotnein Amer-iica.
A Modern Waterloo.
A reins uk able dlilIV wa< fuight oni
lie field oif Waterlhoo last w eek. 'The
:onitestaants wvere Muaamie Va.lseuv ue, a
ttive of IIrmanceu, and .\ iin shtei >,, an
\tne(ricani. Thle duel wvas Ithue resualt
>t' a d isymeu Con thae ir-bu:o( ttn' lis of
raenich anad AmIuericanu elu' doui uh ctors.
%fteur stormyu altu'ri'tao-., Aladame
Valsayrea thre'w her glove in Mis
shelbhy's f'ace anud -a tduel wa:s forthwith
uierunged. Th''le weaponsuu w.ea swor'd.
hi io Shelby wvas slightihv woaunuded on
he au-m. 'The fo. u .ueotids were
~imeitrlcican. 'These exprec'srd tem
elves iu.atfed that i'te iu'l had been
litdtli d fairily, aol Ithat,1 hioinor' had
men vnhu aied amit I le in, -uit avenged.
SAESMN IW A NTED
N evaer - neighborhond, either to travel
e r s' fIs a t,iom, 1)hekey's Inudian and
Y'bl5at. Briatal, Tenn.
POR OOUONS AND OROU.P Us$
The sweet Bom, sa gotheed from. s tree of the same ssns,!
rewtns saj ahe emall Wse Is the llestkern fltatee,
octal.. " esalatla .peebras. prlnpt. that lo.eena
5 .. r1. the WA ly moA'. eeAgY h and atas .
tit .e isara padI
'hoin-b ATLAnA GA.,mJnery 1hte2, 1ao5.
laeta.eaa oriol ple Ia the mollet. plast oft"h ld ala, pre.
seering frrw'ae7rtaoa Ramsey r Swa alon se
oUfaua the loeet known remedy fbr Cthe. troep I
Whop Cha e and Copio; nd io paltle an
ca sld it .Vieto tsel t. As oardn edtorst. re,
re.ani so. WALTE RA. eAYLOR, AtlatOg,
Usa DR. IGERS IlCRLRBltRY CiRDIA moe
ihrts Dysentery and Chldrmn Teething. Poe sale e
OF FACTS FOR TIHE PUBLIC
ATLANTA, (iA., ,Ja1111el'y 12, 15R5.
Emerging frot a se vere and long spell
of typhoid fever, I dihovere thetm the
fever bh-d setlcd il my right. leg; which
atsed it to swell to an enorgous s e,
rentinilg so gitne hree years, resisting
alcfl ofea pusat orAate pler dilaly the
its afpea eth it litte above the ankle
which refxusd to heil to a athd all extet -
nal li cation and the use of the nu t
flttted l:")1od poison rillmed it's.
'le ilce contin ptot , enlarge, Iie -
buent adischuning, psorheas its, much .
a cbpfy of tts ed ' and me' ll daty 'll c
zea rf lhe icted an iout two incites i
diameter, extendliig tal a teuletr near he
me'. At oneh timie it :t 1 1 e:trecl that the
flesh in 1tll eenttiguouis par111, wotuld sutrely
become a lllll g sntre, ts its peliarly
glabby, spotted untl unhealthy f'ottclition
clearly ituiea;ted, anti it wais inltimaIlted
that I mtighit lose my ieg. My '1 '(iti olt
he coxlllilg so)cl e't1t1ta, at11Ci the 111lee!1 e"Ilstl-g
ing se) ranpid ly, w~'e stent for1 I)r'..J . I'. I)romt
gotle, who made a thoroug:: examination,
and said that till f'sl on mly leg for six
inches arond the snre would soon slough
off if not remedied; that I munt have my
leg handatelt daily ail commence the use
of B. B. B.
I acted according to his instructions', and
aft"r usuing the second bottle, the uleer
looked fresh and healthy and commenced
healing. I continued the use of H. H. B.,
and to the greate.t astonishment and %atis
faction of myself and friends, the ulcer
continued to heal rapidly and is now en
tirely well, and I am attending to my busi
ness at W. 11. ltrotherton's store. I to
not hesitate to retoummend B. It. 13. as a
womd-rftl, speedy. and effectual blood
puritier, far superior to anything else I
I refer to W. 11. Brotherton, W. B. Cone,
Major I). A. Cook, Dr. J. L. Pinson and
others of Atlanta
W. M. CIIESIIIlRE
.J ENN ETS,
with Curi .Jacks, .lOInnets andit Soldleestock
D). L. W. KNIGl[IT, S-ON & GO.)
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few do. Not to knowv is
not to have.
'[Tte Solubb!'Gutano ls'a'highly concentrat<
(rade Fertilizer' for all crops.
ASIIL LEYJTON AND) CORN COMP'
two) erops and also largely used by the True
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THlE ASHLEY PHO0SI
eotr e wer e re wtondafldmo r. N r o ei
?inde. ut bdnt thbem, and yu ina sasw~ e
Powder is abeclutely
wett a me'A,olne to
Many a Lady
is beautiful all but her skin;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
cn the skin is Magnolia
NO More Terror! Not only shortens
the time of labor and
lessens the intensity
NoMoro Pain ! of 'pain but,rt
reatly diminishes the
anger to life of both
NoWXore Danger !'other and child, and
leaves the mother In a
,. condition highl fa.
vorable to speedy re
Mother or Child, laheyto and es
vulsions, and other
Th,e Dread of i taful labor. It
M other hood c i wonderful offica
cy inthis respect, en
titles it to be called
Transformel to TIIIE M 0 T H E R'S
'FtIEND and to be
raked as 0on0 of the
of the nhneteenth cea
Pnd } rom the nature of
the case it will of
OY course be understood
thai we cannot pub
lish certificates con
uerning this REMEDY
without wounding the
delicacy of the writers.
Safety and EaseI Yetwe have hundreds
of such testimonials on
tile, and no mother
who has once used it
will ever a in be
Suffering Woman without it in her time
A promuinent physician lately remarked
to the proprietor, that if it, were admissible
to muake public the letters we receive, the
'Mothers' Friend" would outsell anything
on the market.
GETLElMEN:-During my career In the
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TO 10TH MOTHER AND ClI 1.D. No wozman,
cant he iduced to go through the ordeaL
without it after once using it.
T. E. i'ENNINGTON, M. ),
Palmetto, Ga., June 10, 1884.
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