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(alhoun's Statuo in Position.
At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning a half
dozen workmen began to turn the wind
lass of tho huge derrick on Marion
square, and tho colossal bronze statuo of
John C. Calhoun, which was to crown
the work and realize the dream of thirty
fiye years, slowly rose from the groun(.
The work was delayed until that hour in
order to allow some of the mombers of
the comnitteo to be present. Six stout
cables had beei passed around the ol)Ot
tom of the chair and made fast to the
figure, which was thus nicely balanced.
The head was still well covered with
thick folds of canvass, tightly bound.
Guy ropes leading in different direc
tions were hold each by a workman, thus
enabling them to regulate 'any circular
or lateral motion, and at the samo time
to place tho statue in the position it was
to occupy on the pedestal.
it did not take long to hoist it to the
top of the pedestal, and there it was
allowed to remain. It was more sugges
tive than ever of the idea of an execu
tion, until the men at the end of the
guy ropes had been placed in the proper
positions. Then the 0 boom f the der
rick slowly moved around, swinging the
statue (irectly over the pedestal where
it was to rest. At ten minutes past 11
the statue of Jolmn C. Calhoun rested on
its pedestal, thirty- five years after the
corner stone of the monument had been
The ilgure faces the south, the back
of the chair being to the north. Stand
ing on the ground one can hardly form
an accurate idea of its dimensions or
height, but those who who saw tho work
men oin the scaffolding near it yesterday
could easily judge of its sizo-the men
looked like the most diminutive of
There remain now only the four his
torical figures and the ornaments to the
panels to complete the monument. Mr.
Viott, the contractor, who did the granite
work, is to be praised as well as con
gratulated for the successful consumma
tion of his contract. It is admitted to
be an admirable piece of work, and it is
somewhat strange that not a single stone
was spoiled in the cutting. The work
has taken considerably nore time than
it was expected, but there were unavoid
able interruptions antd moreover it hus
been splendidly clone. When the Cal
houn monument is completed there will
be few ha(ndsomner works of art to
be seen in the United States.-Nows and
Collh;a Ene nti,ntionr.
The folloWing is the rc ult of the inter
mnedicate eNmcinations in the South Caro
((I.\)ES I-ORt 'IIE 1-Tl11'T T1IM.
btudents attaining an avcrge of 90-100
on all their studies are pablished as "distin
guished"; those attain ing a grade of 75 to
90 nrC pu)lishced :as ''Prolicient."
Seniors-1)istin 'uishedl: 'I'. P. Iuliy,
.J r., Ge orgeataown C. II. 11:rnwell, 1i-i
'td; 1). 1'. 1li istn, Darlington; A\. (.
Alore, Sl)artanhulrg; 1. L,. Withers, Fair
lil. 'ruliciect: \V. \V. lall, .1urens
I). NI. BlIandlinig, Sum:hr: 1-:. \V. l,r('rcen,
11larlblorn: W\..A. I)a i-, ('rcaenvilec; 11. 1'.
(ccn, i(-bhi:tul(; . .A- \i(llctcgh, (rccn
ville; 1. it. ) eL re, C('hester: 11. .Icullins
1arion;G. ( I. pce aur Stut(er; l' \.
\ Wilicox, :\Lhuiln: W. Thf n. h .ltic
lanal It 1\ il-on, ch'ar-tcle.ston,.
Juniors-P-1roicicn: \\. li. atIeart, .1.
J. ] Ed, .. 11. (ccen, lticlancd; 1). 11.
llauckel, k(;nI.'i -lu
Soph om n"(',-- I'rc ',1:.1ci I:'d. 11. 1 lord,
liaribnIo; W. T.' AyieSun-k.1-. I. tCoope)r,
' uter- . 1-: I)au'r :an, \\'. A. i - :d trcrcIs,
I)arlingtanic; d. I. 1:ire, . W. Glover,
S. Kohn,cl Orang'ebucrg: G'. W. lic:irkptrick,
Chleictccn: \\ . 1, L:c-iccctt, ( tcc1r4
town;c N. I' "lic -;'ic . Ih>n; .1 . 4 \\iig.
gins,~ 1' c ic'ey 1. 1 . cp-,', Spc.rcccc
Stcucctc; La. W\. M;cyd, I.:iurc \\ I;cc'
Ier, .icr., G re-'nvill \\-.N .l ':chim, .Ic
ncc-; .M. N\ . - imi- n, -c i i chu l; 'N. \ .
Ili tI 'ic s he(1: .Icc' "a ltr lgh tu l
ter. Prco 'i'icc (: \\' I, iic y'c (;erc
tcwc; TI. S.- lirainm, N4 cc. I. iIruncc-ccn
hirlc-ington;ci . II. I) ccnablo'n. Georgeton'c:
I:. 3N, Turcckh-, I'erc-c .
Proclicinct: .1. P. A uderso'c'N, Ac bbeviie
F". I'. l)ccke, Fairci: W.c ' C. 3N1aulcdini,
J'i-c:IT m : c-T Ic niNn .
D)istincguish.d: W.NN A. Conantcl.IN31ass.
hellcis. IPodic ccnt: Ic. 12 I)cccdacs
(Chester; L. C. c.ipcomb,ci AbbevillIe; IE. C.
IMcGregc,or,~c ti cld
Profcicienct: II. 'NI. Ayer-, A iclerson; II.
P. Gr-en, ltiecland.; Ii. A. Itycnces, Dacr
lington; L. I). 31 cltccn, .l. K.- Symmccers, Fc.
II. Westoni, Iticlanicd; J1. A. Wcittkowcsky,
'nI ' .-c:'-cnI A\N "-r' I . cI:N'rs5.
l>roficientIci: A. A. Patter''.-ccn, liarnwcvcll.
.i gt ( ntuliu ('t,gcclpc.Icc c Ih lOcagla
Anc inti-eetincg incc'blecni concccs fromn Scott
county,~ Icndi:ccm. NIcr. 31el)erncictt, ac widl
owerc, fell inc lovcc withc a hciciIiflc younlg
gi, dc eccutced hecr withc :c ieal whiclh
only truIe acl'lcion kncows. 31 r. Mcel)cr
iott Iisc thce Ii.-isfcrtccccc tcc have ca son,i butc
thce sonc very c cii-cnidrtcly did' ncot obiject t)
thce fai r younlg hidy- whom cc his falilio-r wacs
trcying~ to icake Ihis stiep 1 ciher. Inc fact,
lice yocccng 1ccc11 (nie(d nc lice youncg iccdy
caccd made herl i fe- l cc-itci shce wvouhc ice wel]
(eIIie 1s ci IineIccnhr ofi thec faiiv. Th'Iis ccii
IpleacY- thec father, ccf c-ourcse, anich inc a hurccsi
ofi parentaI cl aileci cc e told hcIis son,ccc ticil. he
ailci ice youngic ihily were eng-caged.-c Tihec
thec sccn wcentc ve tcoli ccgract.citc lice ycouncg
ladcy. iIe cid li, cclcc.Mcciotel-i so'c vecry cf.
Iectionactely IM t ii ie propsd mac l was \neccic
(cicted. i An c-lopccnIi.-cc followed, andcc thce
fondc father hcas icnNw cc tdaughitc-r-ian- namc
tihe sclt hacs ccc sic-I nu> ci -r. Agie shildic
ncever- (:clcci)-te 'th i yout inc contests whcerec
Cupjicd awavcrds thce prizcs
A ?Nncd Alfacr.
A ilettecr to the- iichmcond Thj/lc/h gi ves
thcc iacrticulars' ci cc distressinclcg cc-cid-cct
whiiich cc':ccurrdc cc'ccar Plc-amntcil Vallyc, lItcck
incgihamc (counlcy, yrcc, \n'ccescday n:iht A N
- few da cys befo ca cc Ir. iFrcccnkcc mcrried ac
bIcc;cticcl (country-'. g"ci ca lc icc lh(ir rccccc
of v Iscts, spendccingcc thir hconeym3oon(cc, tihey3
h licey . Aitr Ih houshcc o-ic 'd hadc cc reircd
iccariedcl cc l . N r.'cc Fr. I m hc i wcc i ficie
bicingc' nr'm :c'cc by 'cc the ccn Mf din --
cicii l w:cith flcc th i ccccor, cn 3Irc 'I rankc
noise-, iccn to) a i-rm h11Hc-I hin-" nearcc ci by
andci beganic c'inicc it noi ! v' cI'ci o N '-ly
Theyc~ iculbccd thec cccpc Mcc harc Ic,' ccwi
ccndi ice hcc-M ting veri wa' s ii brown, I ricc
its iplcce cmci Ic-l, csniking't- A irs. rank icc
thec foreheadccc, tccti ngci hccr sklli. Thei'
anlnuncccc ici, and c hib. 31rc. Fr. uK '. is
nccccl.de ccired ct, Iche is lcowc ly icng icc a miics.
ccptur.:, icci ile tmcc orccc ticiccbc
Cciuwerb' c'ccicaUyTM eol. S-ccl It) centscl iln
stamps for hook. Addressc--, WoriIs i)is
penlsctryN N1lcl A 'cciat Iioni, 663 Mlainc
street, Iicilcalc, f. ..
LawNyecrs drawxc concveyanccecs, and yet thecy
arc not beasts of bcurdent
UEINERAL NEWS NOTET .
The American, Cardinals have arnived at
'Tho New York strike is over now and
everything is working as usual.
''he New York Senate has passed the bill
allowing womien to vote in municipal elec
The iews of Prince Bismarck's success
is causing unwonted firmness on the Berlin
'Tihe Governor of Kansas has approved
the bill conferring rnunicipal suffrage upon
''he two houses of the Now Jersey Legis
1 ittire met in joint session and balloted fot
U nited States Senator, but without sutccess.
The President says the new Railroad
Conunissioners must be nen of activity,
who will work hard for their salary.
The steamship Great Eastern was sold at
auction at Liverpool yesterday for $1:30,
'T'he disabled steamship Wisconsin, of
the GUion Line, arrived at New York at
'1.20 P. M. yesterday.
The Lynchburg Virf/inian, one of ti
oldest iapers in the State, established ini
1t08, has suspended.
The President has vetoed the bill appro
printing $10,000 for distribution of seedt
tO the droutl-strickenl counties of ''exas.
Lulu hIearst, the "magnetic," has mar
ried Paul Atkinson, the nian who traveli
round with her and introduced her to thi
Secretary Manning yesterday calle( at
the White house, renewed his letter of
resignation anl that evening left Washing
ton for Albany.
''he 'tesident has noiitated Captair
Adolhums W. Greely, of Arctic fame, to li
lhief Signal Officer, with the rank of Brig
All is quiet atnong the Boston strikers,
A good imany cars are running. h'1 e pro
parietors say they will resort to anytlhin
before taking the strikers back.
Miss Edith Elwerth Talmage, daughtei
of the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, was wed
ded in the Brooklyn Tabernacle last nighi
to Allen Edloc I)onnan, of Itichmond, Va.
Ex-Alderman Duffy, who turned in
formner on his collea,rues in the ''combine'
of the bo2dle Board of Aldermen, has beet
surrenderAl by one of his bondsmen.
Four persoas confined for theft escape(
fron the jail in Iltrrisburg last night. The,y
tired the bid in their cell before leaving i
it was (liscovered before in(d.l danage wa:
A leaf mute, answering the descriptiot
of Walter Binghan, tLe "avcetheart mumr
(:rer, has within the last f'ew days beet
seen in the vicinity of Leiccster, Bunconiba
county, N. C.
The wife of Cc 'aty Treasurer Bell, o:
Colleton, was accidentally burned to deatl
on Monday. IIer clothing to.ok lire wlhih
she was sitting before the firep)ace.
L. Russel, on trial in the Cri;uinal (our
em.itlphis, 'T'enn., for ihae murder of J
Tom I)utton, conmitted in the rotunda o
Ilhe Peabodly hIotel on lD;cubcr 6, ha:
A telegran front Sewanee, 'T'ennl., ot
Siturdaty, an nounces the (teath there of tin
I t. Rev. William Mercer Green, for tha
last 410 y'ears Bishop of Lte Episcopal I)io
ce"e of Mississippi.
Tie vote in full for the Mayor of Ihila
(idialtii, Paa., is as follows: Filler, Repubti
lie;tat, J0,4)7; Keinth, )eocrat, 62,201
Phillips, Labor, 1,604.
weator Cuke introdltced an amcndlen
to the River and IIarbs or bill, making at
aPlpol)riation of 500.000 for dredging ti
(hanle! across Galveston ba'.
'T'he tinited States nint at Philadelpllhi
'a, ecured a counterfcit two (oll:ar an
huh1 gold piece of 1.52, for which it ha:
bi:en int quiest for year's for the pur ipose o
comepleting its enitc
Thei insuicte men(2 (s)oiphin that th
ii:'vy lo-: by) the rcet nt ire in Auguns!
wa dite to t he iinllicicey (f th liifie deII
i o nedl.
'iTe witnieses itn te Unit 2(d St ates Cjourt
2ow 'in2 sexssiont at Grenville, htave' 1)1i
1121 Judige Sitnitnton t) see Itein pahlt o
Stnt ni) homne. 'IThe appllropriation3i
A. larg~e tobacco fatory' at P'etersburgiL
\ i,vnedl by D)avis l)'unl:tp, wats <l(
,:tyed by firen, togelther with stock, fhx
.red by msuracte.v owa iie : l i
An tta Po'(lice CoutiI for viointing Ithe pra
itilttion laws several wn ago, atppeatlt
tthe City Court, and, beintg convi(:led
was i Iitied $1 ,(00.
Si xty it ishi miembeiirs of the IHoutsei o
Colnnions, at ai :ontferencen, aauopted a restC
upnxt wecek t.o the alleged pacinel;lg of ju tri(
1in (cases against Nationtalists in Irelai.
The Arkansas river at Lthtle HI ock an
above, and1( its trib utaries. tle all at floo
t1lit,de andttt of thei r bankis i.rt intany placet
i.cars are enttertatinedl of 'tanothter hear'
At Snearr's station02, Gai., L'Titny WilIli:tinI
sI>tt andl killedl his stepsont. Willlitns :t
lu4 wife werCe <iiIirlng, and( heri sont it
ter fetered, whieni Williatis seized a shtotgut
:tutel blew oif thte top of his stepson's htea
'Theesnow stornis in Sptaint tiig lth
pt few (lhtys have been of unprei'cdtei'lI
severity. Rai lwaty lines in Ci.adoniai hav
b:'n btlloekeod witht sntow fot'r three d1ay3
hIie dold is initense and1( (lauses lh e greattes
iI.Ionveilience thrtoughtoiut toe coutryt3.
Aserious tSnSow llockad(e int the Sietrr
N evadai Mountains1 has totally ititerruptde
Itravel ott the Central2t Paceifie rontd 1fo r t w
d ays, and heavy rainis int Sother'rn Calti fi
tiot laiivc cauiseid :otisider-abtle dleJay on thi
South ern I 'ici lie by w ashoutts.
'iThe whtole ('oun ttry from I,yons5, M ith.
Alitny tinrhants Itiive beeni unab1 tle to visi
everatl whto atitmptle(i it were swept. dow
b y te citrret, an narr12 lttowly3 escapi ei d deall
Ilenjantiin Collenider & Co. , whtolesad
uhva wire dealers of BosItin, Mbiss., hay
Elet andt gone into1 insol venty. 'he
we re otte of the old1est haIlrdlwarie thousesi i
hloin. Liabilities are $1l17,001); asseI
WhItiIc leie 1bark Wimlnont, frott inTacoii
wa Is crtossinlg I the b ars ia t t t ntraniCe to) th
Stan Frianltcso harbolr yesterda12y ia ftroonl
ini tow\ of the tg Itelief, the buitta aroumlitIt
wvlhith thei haiwser wats fasttented on thle barli
birokl anti struck the fotrt--nstle, illin;
News hasx reachedli V"irginiat City, Niv.
1 lie sntlow shteds at lIlute Cantuonl hvi
F is. ttii hitorit o i thbet'h i bakt
n, hr.amdrmloe te esn
'lTh rap id tmeltinzg oif snowx latst week: it
it: lttt,tionz of the totwit is itndier wait(r
a it - snits likely to trema:ii si) some10 1time
i lIre iS' great sutfferintg atninmtg the inhahIt
lhe Arrowv ste:tittehi, Companitit , otf Nev
el! " i4f theAlexandriatee MrintedHi
he droutlght cotmmissioner-s appin tted hia
Gove'irnor it'I os, ot TexaIs, to dlistribt t)lfit
$100,)1020 1 approprialtedI by the Le4gislatur<t
lid plentty oIf peoptle ini need 01 stoc;k foot
atnd seed s, whicht thely tire not auithorize<
to furnished, antd but few who need Jnout
and meat, the only supplies they can dis
The 'residient lmtts allowed the Act ap
propriating $400,000 a year to provitle armiis
and equipments for lnilitia to becomne a law
without his signature. h'lel constit utional
limitation of 10 clays within wt cih he
should have acted on this hil i: n!!
urday. It is bclikv&d It1 iv(' la cu :,n )ver
sight, as lie was not known to object to any
of its provisions.
Tlhe body of ied liir, 18 ye:rs old. n
victim of the White Hiver diiaster, w:s
blieitilicd iiad scnt to Warren, M1aes., wii
his father's body. 'I'Iis mlal,es 21 iden ti
lied, [111(1 ieayes but live unidecntiliel. By
the records of t 1 l:mtrgue, 29 bodies h:ave
been there in all, tr , L yu deaths besides
net kes 31 bodie recoerc1.
'The investigatior of the alleged polilical
ou1l,1r: gcs in Ve;hiangton couity, ''exas,
'als be:;iA Om '1'I:L(lay iby a sibil)-eiiimit'.t:
of thie 4enmt" Con11uittee (n P'rivihcges:ant
Elections. TIhe invostigtating (5o1mnlittetc
(colsistS of Seiert e:, Evarts (clhairina).
'1(1icr, tlp)oouer, Pugh and Eustis. Al
were preseiit. Several witnesses ccr eX
''he wholesale dryt' goods aid bett and(
sioe house of I;lock , ( ) pcpenheimier &\, C.,
of ( alvesto i, 'I'ex., Iiled for ri()(rd a Irai.
fur of their cntire stoc, a1nd also tle
114ness5 p)rc"mise(s, inl p11ymeln - of ob)liga
tihmts to local credtitors. 'I hese loa'ul dlhti
atgiregate $25,787, clielly owing to Imaua
ald1 local capitalists who ecntlorsed1 i or the
(irm. The whole assets are $204,S20.
A special from iuspension lBridge, N. Y.
says that John Stever, a resident of Sus
p nsion Bridge, aged aibout 70 years, pro
cu red a ticket fromu tlie gate-tender at th<
entrinCC of the railway iat Siusp:ensior
Bridge a)out 10 oclock, and, after peerinl
st ranigeiy overi the raiilwcayc, jumpietd initi
the raitdisl, falling 110 feet.
A coimmittee reprsentini 700 timployc.
of the 1'ottsvilie lio a un( steel cominpny.
whto struck against. tlie emlploylent of non
1iion 011 Ieaters, had an interview withi 1'resi
(lnt Atkins, who assuared t hemt tlhat the
cinploynient of nonl-lnion 111(11 wat.is witlho>t
is kniowcledige ori approal )il, andti hat thie
shouhd be pronpily dischargel. 'T'his sat"
istied lie strikers andi they returnced to
oA (ispatci fron I'one s:ys: I iss' 'crr'
of South Carolina, who lihas been receivec
Sinto the Catholic Clhture by lonsignac
Sillua, wciil nurr; ('Count lucic"oli at. thi
Muiiiio, oni Februtary 20. Cantl1 ia (Gibh
i tins, if his en!agemn its will prmiit, wil
aIterward1 l?t ierif the r(tigious iUt1en)i'
i the chapcl of the Anerhican c:u l (lle; 'l
Cardinal confi rmed Miss Terry's mlother.
A con It ict occurred yestedciuy bet\wcel a
force of police, on1 their way to eXcete :
n:ainber of evict ion orters, atd lpart of thi
Spipulaticn of )ingle, a seaport town in
c unty Kerry, IrelinI. 'I'he pcople iairri
cadeld the road5(s, in some cases builulinb
stone waulls aocross them. TIhe police wen tfrtdie ack u ur hre
at irst driven bacck, hut soon ciimrget
tiroughi the crowl, wouinding several met
Nis. lioles, a married wc\oia^n, whihc
a1'ou1t tto elter th- Silv:it'cn Armv harlrc('I:
in Shar i, 1'a., two weeks: t, was I cst It
I.e a dlruikeu maob oetcl lthrtlniit in: ' i thc il
(c.lveI t. At ilct tinne io i tim- c-. :l,
.>kei c ollar-,i, wl a \:ts 'i;S-i'\tvl,e. Sic
wa;is internally iiljuircd," lc \ve r, :nii i
in ' in I dying ctlldi.ittln. I l' c ihit.
S b11e arn-stdt,.
\Ir"". I"rancss (;,t.h Ii. ,an 1l h t\'ti
Cr 0I) ye:i:.'' t : . . i i . i i ii t
Scit i, it (t 'i ic li, ' c iI >t1
ht rn' l i t iii I.tt, Ib n h
ft lnCes, she was naill l ,!1c
maitl before help co hli ri
. pll h ely i 1 re i
f in imr injui- . - cc i
11 )11 lta i! tii
il'itan G( <t -tlti, .5 i:a
W eicti e vucrhc ii ' e .t - i i r
T -a''urccr liellitniswer
i lia .i I o c the I i nnitc n nt
I i!, I h- ' then i ni I .' a'I I c i
e dti haIu.r It ee
l *y tn i- irt i i ', -i .
- cingcly af ter hi v.c auii u-c i
h<<ce ic'ccpaied. .ci icchudci
'A hi enertsp:ilcici..1.':I. :ir
- 1 dert i~:chis ri gnat' ic ion iccf cm c rIi I:'- -bi
- i or liiTnai ury hc li hi a :nmbc i . ci tie
ciir. ilcnning plea cii ti c: ,,' c f cc
- a '-cn cth. llt ' In n ccptin. ti !. r . i..n, b
f i tillis e iig betwen cir. ic c1ui: ouI
- p ri flciio, :iiii lix\s- A prul i; hs i ti dev
.l Aliinun ic-ici-tc suc icr ill bet apiite'
Iccliore the aijucciriemenit.
I F")oowinog is thei list oif the( tot::1 cimouniit
I of thie items ofi tie icvii cciii li:iirbor hi
.c whichl haivc been'i iisertecd icr I i-eaisi bi
tic Senaiite Commiiiittie ii on Approprciiatin
shig ia-Ithe (uth: he apprionhc'cc' to oi
cctli (n:t lui5,0ic .\ (pca lahtj'iciii c'
uncaiic, *'10,00i0; thensetlilincfSt rier Yhii
iiIt, "iclc, $10,0(H) i(('ont Int a ce i, Nrt
r cl inac $ccii(cti)ti iP:ucn iil iicic c i T cr rice
('cliciiitrecina $i0,0C,; l[ii' it 1r[y-et
ri tii c ili,0i0; he Ic-loh of Sct.Jhn
rie,irel, $1c25', 0i: Arkansas rive':
cac $l cii,000. - cThe i aprriatio for. Cunt li
l c uoud ic reducci:uto h) . Th;i'c-ic
Fra ce' iWn M ii i cs iiic
iThli cc arciiiii //i/c- '. , :01iIi' a lil c lait is
few num3 iicthcs: "If th lii Miliie of Warii, hi'
onec of thosce sthlent 'icanges iln i~iijc
whi'c':h unci y ialwaciys he cx pcii ld iiilercci
Spar'hamiienitary gove-rinmenit, sh-uhcil ge-t it
SIt' Cincimbier' a votelc col cciiniclecei 'cwhiicl
woucchll rciider hinii mcasteri cof Ilhc sitluationi
'ccb hccciIe darce to urnihi ritie ac eccpj c/c lgI
W\i itcit enilin g iinto e lo tiche braveriii'c,i
,c Ilf( thecgalant sceihitir 'choi futghtl cisa col
I icel- cit (:hami gny,icc wec jnch i d b ccii
C sin-h acttc-mplt.- fori the' iimlerat t ha lct the
!e cii-e ccf War\e:i, if hce wer cce o try such
ti . i wou!.i-I niot bcc .'cc-c-c t bye I i' a sinic4
Ic. c f ithe ic :c i my c c ci c irp i iicnam -r<,.
t- ic- oncii'., c-c-., aiciuplc celut i.- nc ,:
(b -!c:c Ii'c ,ccc I li- ' c \ i -i
whii cdcubb,-- a
rb,ais rci et ev nt. o n -
only c hicrccu e ti ! (c i
tcc resh !I c cc> < ic
ito - i t peell tic-! i I cN cc bli c a
Pier'sv t ae ihicu i-e 'c citi jinii)' c
it' faro mightin t an who rote'-P
"I'm going to be married," he softly said;
She looked up in swift surprise;
The color from out her bright eyes fled
'ihe light grew dim in her eyes.
" Y ou'regoing to be married?" she echoed
I1cr voice luid a steady tone;
ihole you'll be happy where'er you go.''
A cough hid a little moan.
"I k::v thtt your bride will be good and
You never cotld love any other."
She steadily looked in his dark eyes blue;
"I tender pou joy, mny brother."
"'i going to be married-that is, I hope
''o be, though I hardly know
1e:r love, shall I longer l)ine and mope?
I treuble for fear of 'No,'
Ihe color that out of her face had fled
('ame 1ek with a deeper hue.
" by, isn't it funny,'' she shyly said,
"''hat I'm to be married, too?"
'Time is the best preacher.
1 [ard to beat-A china egg.
A professional race--)octors.
Always in use-The letter s.
''he weigh of all flesh-SIxteen ounces
to the pound.
There are about 700,000 kernels of wheat
to a bushel.
It's tluite natural that a boy should blub
ber wlen he is whaled.
'[lie riches which always take to them
'l'he ancient Homan began his dinner
with eggs and finished it with apples.
A health journal says that marble top
tables are unhtealthy. T1'hey do look pale.
When summoned to do so, a muan goes
to court for the sake of appearance.
'Why are you so distant?" said a tramp
to a beefsteak in the restaurant window.
''Marine blue" is rightly termed a seas
A Naryland justice decides that a hus
)and(1 is liable for his wife's slander.
Where there is a will there is a way to
A bent pin can't pull very much, lat,
Great Scott! how it can push.
A hand in the bird is worth two in the
bush-especially if it happens to be a briar
''h(e ''power of the press'' is best felt by
hin who gets his lingers caught in its me
Sarah Bernhardt is five feet eleven inches
tell, but her other dimensions are not worth
h o keep apples from rotting, eat themt
up, is the gratuitous advice of one of our
In a recent sermon henry Ward Iteecher
s:td: "I have no sympathy with eight-hour
men who have fourteen hour wives."
The man with a single English eyeglass
looks as if lie laul a pan in his eye, and in
such t condition presents an 0(1(1 spect acle.
\\hat a sunll population this world
wouid have if all the grumblers were out
A new style of writing paper is (alled
I )tde. We infer that it is a kind of
'0 'les court before they are married,
tjlhy ust, also go to court tfore they
'uy iyan speaking of an individual
' ". iii t~r his assurance said he had
1 t' k iiough for two rows of teeth."
full;alike upon the just and the
: i im the unjust who steal the
I . aini lot the just fel the rain.
m i nnt bi>roian traces base ball
hakto thll I ime whien HoIbe'nen wemnt, down
i-ar''::oin tiouriel wvithi Enghmiid,
l':m i i:' llt us wait, until Mri.
I I,. Edia ar-Ia gets weli:
CC'ienlt iliuiirCes: "'is it wronig
ht:t a h vyer'' lossily n t;hut it is
I'- :, exh-ige "\Vomefln should never
inm lcaimoiuial difliiulties."
. VAt: a wvomacn is cnlledi " curiosity'
ina in is grandliuienitly mnagifiied into
tl "n' - (irit of ini ry(ll ."
\erin:It that. wise mam, 31at;lhew
(:rl I 'tihe 1poor are vecry muichi w~hat the
rli, hlte [lie ice iuant can't ''give it
- i Iad at the1 theatrec: She(-Tihay, Guthb,
dll yu prci ('ive that I lithp? HLe-Th''ler
uly3 not; you don't lithp any miore than I
'The fat her o)f his country Is said first to
e[eane ite pleasure of traveling on
air hees wen h tok ahack a h
Whyi wvomnen kiss each oIlher is
-An unidetermnined (luest ionu,
Unk;ses the idarlings wvould by thIs
G ive romii a sweet suggestion.
Wh len you( see a goodl cowv, buy her.
h' n youa3'i have ia good cow, keep heri.
h hn11 you own a bad cow, sell her.
Horll peop11 (e havu e noi more senise than to
askI a niu1 whoi is addlressed by the title of
"Colonel"( in wh'at war lie wais.
Why is a wvrinikled face like a well
,plloughled iel? I hecause it is furrowed
, l'Thiy ulsedl to ('all it matrimony, but a
lCiisty, idisappopinited (old bachelor calls it
"nnliittler omey."- Well, it may be some1
it was thie niewly-fledge-d bee that, after
v'eniturinmg (ot of the hiye on a wet (liy,
sanig ion its letuirii, "T'here is no place like
li"iie iamnities: ''Now, which of
tliee t wi) plhiotolgraphs (If you miiy I 'have,
iiearlest? Th''e beatu tiful1 one, or the one as
I kniow you?''
Everiy mamn wvho carr'iies a pistol ought to
beh~ obl igeid by3'law to wear it ini a blelt at. his
side. andi have it labelled " emotional insan-*
'There is a manim in miontreal who has been
struck 1by lightning three times, and( lie hais
imale up his miu liht he is tough enough
A s('ientille wr-iter say3s the American of
to-day13 is not) the bilious man11 (If fifty yearshl
. agoI. N'; thle iliousIti maon of fIfty years
ago~l snlIeemnhed(' to the dolctor Cire this.
A I .'xington11 bridleglrloom is 8;l and1( hi
bru'ide is Wil. PoolIr young things! 1 low
lile they knowI~~ wha:t is bOfoire [benm in theII
tI11 roulcd si'a (If mat rimnony.
Itke a beC wi ''((1-1d and spIranuiatedl co
Svril yeaIrs older than your
I ~iwas I hI' remosleli1lss ans)uwer.
h Ia 11ble of111sli a lwonum'0.'
tenC L ing al Flich [ca belound
C I C'~e Ie;lidl' ihul'ei'l oadil her we.C(
ii i h:-ca he Fltru ck a Ite'drhr
\~' \\ n i '''Ir.? in hal ls been foundil
u'y'' ]' l by I a IhurCh 1ouncil of "noC t aliways
*ui lmoC' till truth Iiwith el licienit ('areful!
' ll mee'(t thll douandsili lof vernel'ity."'
.'a you tilI meho yu'am to get
ihmcoa sotigt?"askedi a man of his
t, IIl' '. "ICrtiily, sir; you were tight
''Thiiis is thle third time you have c'aled
me~ at liar. sir!' exclaimdan x., e mna.
'That so?" replied the aggressor. "Only
bree times? Then I fear I have not dis
:barged my duty."
Despite the rumors of war with England,
ve doubt if there is danger of any of our
easide resorts being shelled until the claim
take season ope1n.
''Is natttrnl gas to be relicd po'" i7n
tuires a contemporary. Fromi what we
mow of Legislatures we should cmlniti
sally say ''no.''
A boy who will yell like a Tartar it a
Irop of water gets on his wristhrmd I" wht
its ieck is being vaslied, (:nn (etRa:wl thro( i
t sewer after a blll and think nothing 'f it.
"Pa,'' said a little hov, '" hlorse is i ,i
t good deal more'C, i n't it, aft': it's h:( ke?'
'"YCs, my soil. V Ii) di you ask sucht a
liestion" "Ii'iecause I br('ke he new roel1
Ing horse you gave inc this nrning.
F'here 1ill nooe e'XCitcnl(tnt in hugging
girl (Iressed in a toboggan suit than tlin-re
is in hugging a bale of lay.-Pue,-. Well,
omiie chaps, you know, ran get I) a little
exitemlent withi a grass widow.
T1he Royynl Ar(ch ,MnHOUH.
''Ie Grand Council of loyal and Sleet
Masters met in annual assembly yesterd iv
It t0 o'clock, at the Masoni e 'Temifple,
Charleston. Most 11luStrious Grand Mis
ter W. W. Iulmphries, of Anldenroni, S. (.,
After the reading of the address of the
Most Illustrious Grand ,laster, nad thi" p,re
sentation of reports front the Grand 'l'rtas
urer and Grand itecorder and the s(eVer::1
committees to whon the several pipers
were referred, the following ollicers were
elected to serve for the ensuinLg year:
G. T. Berg, of Columbia, M. I. G. 3Mas
A, II. 'hite, of Hock 11ill, I)ep. G.
W. ii. I). Gaillald, of P'endleton, U. C'.
U. 1". dlaekson, of Coluinn, U. 'reas
Zimunernan I)avis, of Charleston , G.
Itev. J. M. Boyd, of Chester, G. Chap
J. E. Brazeale, of Anderson, (. Marsheal.
Ed. Scholtz, of N ewberry, G. Capt. of
W. 'T. Branch, of Abbeville, (. Con
ductor of C.
Alex. Lindstromt, of Chmt leston, G. Stew
L. F. Meyer, of Cliarleston, G. S-ntintl.
The grand olliecrs being duly installet
the Grand Council w;as ce .(,d in due form.
Causes nl tlhe Wars.
"Casus Belli has been Ilie cause of mo re
wars than all the other foreigners in thi.
country put, together," said the driver of a
Blue lslln( aVenue cair as he leaned heavily
upon his brake. "Wllo brotght oni the
levolution? Casus Belli. Who started
the war of 1812? Same cuss. Who was it
that made us fit the South in '61? C:asus
Belli. Who was it that tried Ii is darm'.lest
to git up a war with Mexico? Belli. I see
by the uornii' paper that the same be.s
is liggerin' on a war with .ii :l:l
over a mess of lish. In the (ot,n
try where I was reared a fHer t ia :
B-stwick used' to go rou(l stirria' I hi1
bttweel his ni('it,hhi os. lie I :'tl lwan -
fun as long as it lis(, 1ut one day latt in
the fall an uncle of rutine and the n!i'k
family s,1inatted tht'litselVes in a bruash h:m
and when Bostwick caie aloier the' 1i.
him so full of holes that he fell to pit
when they peiked him Ip. I'm fi r ht tki;
the gwzzardl nut of this llli, even if l h t
Come from Homan 1 and It:i:m st((k. Ile
got nto buninless in a llnt c")tnu11y. 1I
wuss'n Satan. I low old is he, Inyh(w
Tlhis iliIntlh reigning '.or-1d sea a
thie patrona (:)e of ,1 iii 1ldi,
darlihullla t .i I:: 1i n i it
iles of rank and wv : i : i io I
liev'e that tes haills are i tu i ' 'r .m1
gati ngs.: re hee i' lsuppsit IIin is tht n.1
psons tha negro( eh,alareli'1 a.\ ,
ar e hie. 1111 ll Iu hat to(' .dni ((:r
ha:~5 vilic fo he imeol hinle.~ Thee . ii
guie revles alreiperon of a Nhe h is a:.
ing in (Fnc soity. :1 ide'd,a' no(ihilper
bide,l'tir Aeii d'Orhi:us, tnis he ar,
ofeeth siicestll Their1 fas lieri e sin i
(rie brown,s fthat tey feet rth. likeix
darkii)18 i quadrns. sveal aalier tf ill
anher liMorny's strattendll Wis IiI I w:-i li
Iigs, w;1ithi 1their lud's;i an iiiac dv(i' - I a.m
with wool( siys tovert:ia thrnal as ai
liegiaits li sa,is ge:i Ier.rt .~ e:
Thii berf tal ales hatlialer-t yilr : inNwYoksa
Mxic atn fenplyedars SeidmI tIis polendfir
ande k Th ienute. This fexiitan :is se
feSix 5.Itchilanas e is vietry nlen.
dera he stems fully (en f'et ith in mix
lIingt drink,e 'tria rowses ad atrac of int
ju'leptt abot,I eih fleitfo ne gh iss ,a ito
inther.'i'a IIesshas ravtelith armean.
lieant,aid lays thteid flhe i' tai as1an
forn i thehsei.Thleih of alnis
ite gias, of Ias lie gruetilytI exteaI ,
Jotone ofltihm beuinig iht Iee i h. IiiThI
numbe of1 giiiaeini. hasi gretcly inerht a.di
10he pas lif teenIl years, itd though11 the tfor
ioptiifa reverinced lItheI(ir wage toii ( S
awueek. isThe talk of fomngatrd
%tent la~'imr tatI Delion
See imprant adisot aos,ldih
ardusies n as s loe Seieenv.
Heetooe Tralo . Fsioesan Planouts,
coricws quonted tO :h days lincaiiOr
Ife$cr0:twhereatalifge mrisoer wast ired
intoeenra esionsne fo cted.n tfne
Nohe1as Sf theURtTEEN.Hr Jinin
hae jurisdihionpe. The dfendn apen~
BLOOD AND MONEY.
Tho blood of man has much to do in
shaping hl actiousduring hia >ilgrimage
through this troublesonio world, regard
loss of the alnount of present or (xtCt
ant notu :y in 1'oelet( or stor(d away in
bank. It is I ouuccleil fiet that we it)
pear Its Ol b lood Iank.t us, anIl tito
pnurr th blod, the lullier, litalthier,
l>rCttier ii \istr Wo aro; iili' the oft
rep) i lt l 11 n t ri t'tgator, h' owv is m'
\'.p he q i 1( ofulil'-t;ill'; i1
ini~I bi 0 a 1 )l art- lo it:nn i t l i
in,t it. l t 111 t Ilio tool l 1)ii)) i i
ii n t ltiram S, our' 111c1t n ,.
1)w.0 l Il ti , r r A ntUi ti it itiin itr e i-, t
<oir1 ii tli t:tl-l'( fa ult I u (1n r 14litr and( 1
ri:t tI , :l;.'t0'1 men, CII)int': 1 al hil lren
)litt ti'', 'ti l t ef ttr un t' 1 it leit l I '.
'TIt 1011tiltupr ':llltt' I t -ind11 I, ti e n
parl;tld Ctutative p)OWCrS, aindI the un-i
mist:l,bit proo1 front those Ol' nhu
i'luh l tite ritr:'_er inot uite riIt, o it
\ io lt i l l tlo t l ;ai l - a i f r t h e b t s t, i i
chai)i lt, ti l q' ui('ck st 11 1<l the g'rtlu h at
a <l n :st I] w u \r'l b)1(l1oo remetly (1e
lu:foreI know to :io. tmnut, ('.
lit' a nl 01sitive Cur l ' rah , of a -
i i.tisii, i n i lttn S, 'I hiI S of i dld
l s nII, linley Cutnipaiuit, olt itti u trt
and f5; COaCClerS, (at'lh, ll C.
. i.. 1 . it iiV ao t itre y ar's <hd
--Im indIa a;t,'a tnt li 1)0wr- I.tt
no1 reit' iy i ('ri et enn or CVei Jifs
Iad OuCh a WoIdCrful ShoWing in its
magical pOwers ilrC hCrin anl1 entirelyi
Craliettingthe aiOvu Colt ptilt:, nil i
ositi and111 would-heralt ti nittly n
li IICerH from atll p:ointts v'', r'"t ii'tt; i
ll t-Led are pour1ingl ilt l> n 1 ,1 sp;:n,
111 its luoud st litie. Ior (o v th," ir -
Ce i let m ore cw eiI t ft' om li(to it '! 11,.
I1. t. than Mhot lmvu frunt iy, ty
(211tII ill (_\( (:IC I (i1t tl
of i.iho:, ted ie et itn of inet I in wm.
miiidicinail root:: malli ban"etI c om tu;0 ' H t
foret-t ti(re's. Wic hold the proot) in!N1 e
an11'i whiite, and we also hlil fort.
All who desire full information ibut
the Cai'u 1t and 1' c ure of ;lood] 1':i::ts ,
i"crofunla atnd1 t'ro'fulouls 5wcllin;s, Li
CrS, u'r's, J hcuna;tismu, hidneyC\ COI:
j'lainlt-, Catonrrh, etce., rinil Secutre b)y Inuitil;
free, at ('opy of our : 1:gpa J!lu;i.tttld
J3$ok of W\' li,i'rS, fIlled( with th m11)Il(st
wonuuterfutI:too sta:rthingtproof ever beflcrs
iUO) JI.I\l CO., Athmts, (hi.
M " T H RLEDYNOR'S
Not only lortrna thie ti' Of tabor
1 im l ie eni 1' is., t', h) t it >;-'.. 'y
( il t:tltI lih 't :tli.: i' t't I t ie f h Ii
I1 otliir itid t ll, cntli t l 'e ' te th
10n 1ther ini :tt(;,C Uil n in:0;' 1nv\' hl'tl
tt) '1 'e:: reo tiu3', alndi htsi llabr:e 'a
1F )o'llFl, ('sl'tti ilns, ani t o'hetr
l.li lit' SVll.ttm . i Cllicaty it
tills r(spl t t :tleo t it to be calledl
'uE tiOTilEi'Y 1'iltn, anlt t') rank
asonite of tilt? iti'e-v invtg l'clutaiecs of
the' ninete'nit century.
W\'( ;antt tlu i lth certlflttateit con
Ceriln ;a itit r,tltledhy withitHit weiiu .
lug the tlIaty of the writers. Yet
we h.ave Ii11utd'C it Oil ilie.
E:tt -n t f t:' r i) ik, '"To MotilCi'P,"' nm tledt frco
I itit. i:. ' Co., At!! muO , (it.
i~ tt L'i2rIfy tEATISODN mlt
FRETerO: APheLICFANTS,T Hi,
ADDR .ES o:THu SWIF ,S E
iitast:' (o) i,hi. -'. y: t"i trin cld ut l l.
r:: ' :: - i ..n . .ti htirgeon..
ALL CHRON'C IJS!EASES A SPECIALTY.
'attenbt t eat l <1 1'u: or at I h unur 2 u2. Jniy
ret I . hon:'. I 1->t:<Ch culr.I>)nttence, uH
u ict-s ' -' y . i .. n: to i 2n trt:. t)tue 4att1
t . ''lL, c> 1 t n t, tt i bt:t:it.i: l'i outr
' invalid' (:i :2- -ook,'' 'Vii(h ::ivts all Ia>rtlC
It - ': . e lt .-.1 1)i-i'I:NiAn tY MIni
'. A-. xii VI , r; l Miin St., llutlalo, N.Y.
=li .1 tl . i 'e it il,> ri " a,ti>1itt'1R.s e , htoutie
m:-' ', m I t e r : ir' - "i wt' nit.i it'trn ly,
iDr . I'iurc ">'. - . -i 1o'r,',;,rintl tn 1R thet he1,t
>t 111nvtn ::tii -, 'i~. It i:not a ('tire-ali,''
t' :nl t 11 14:1 > i s : 1 * i" I ,f p)urpoRe,
I("hIu* a n1a'ot. putent I -eillte for all thou so
brunic W t1kn1tes-,' itl )> ,ie t'r; pocultur to
1omf n. 'II.'1 I'l i i t t-' iin tI' ti tly tl tlOU1tttt18
>f t i te ,' It. t ht I i t tl it ' I lot(rl an.1 Surg
'al Iinstt te t ha 1il<l11 a luI I (xl>ert'iCttCO
nl tdaptiI renw.ili" . fr) Itir ettre, alntd
[r. Pirc's F1vorite Presci'iption
the r1'it1 of t:i \i1: ('vt :p(rience. For
lltterna,i n;r 'tiOit, infila tillntlOnl
'1 aul.c':- tr i . t 1 is ; s?pecllfie. It
-. ri I l ;'ttn-r.>I, :! ("II :(il s teit'-i tonic
S n - i i:'r un l tr nlgtlh
t th liv, : er akne.s of
: !id 1 t!r, w k act c,
Yr- - h .a .: n i , t lhility and
.. ! a 'iii P1'rescrip
i: > i iinIl-ir our pu8ittVC
U'ti" 1u 1r i tt.le.
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