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* A RO .AND FOR AN J.VER-'
Sdastor Vest Proves Moe than a Match for
:'' Soh bbernan- , e'Truth of History.
I the cou of the Senate's considera
'tiod Of the b for the admission of South
)akota aa! tate, and the organization of
the Ter ory.of North Dakota, Senator
Shsriij said that in the absence of Sena.
tor mund5, who was engaged in the
8 reme Court, he would ask thu attention
o the 8 nete.
/tt had, always struck him, he said, that
a. the opposition to the admission of )akota
as '1 St:ate was totally unjustifiable and
(latterly) factious-s. much 80 as to he
subject to the severe criticism of every body
who liked to see fair play on great ques
tions atlecting lage masses of people.
Why, he asked, should Dakota be exclu(ed
as a State? He had listened to most of the
debate and had not heard a single reason
given for such exclusion. Never before
had a Territory applied for admission as a
State with anything like such population
or such resources. Why should not Dakota
be admitted? In the name of heaven why?
Simply because the Democratic party did
not want that State to be admitted. In the
course of his speech Senator Sherman
asliowed by the vote In the Senate that the
electoral commission bill was not a Itepub
I lican, but a Democrati measure. Twenty
six Democrats had voted for it and only
twenty-one Repullticans, while the votes
against it were fourteen Republicans (in
ciuding himself) and one Democrat Senator
Eaton, of Connecticut.) 'The Democrats
were, therefore, precluded from assailing
the bill as a ,..rtisan measure, lie declared
his full conviction that Hlayes had been
fairly and legally elected, and that if, by
some hocus pocus, ''iicn had been inaug
urated he would have been illegally elected.
lie explait- e incongruity of Packard
not getting - lovernorship of Louisiana
by showing that that was subject to local
laws and decisions; and he declared his
conviction that Packard had been illegally
deprived of his oilce.
In the further course of a long speech,
in which Senator Sherman incidentally
touched upon current Louisiana polities,
Hereafter when any man asserted of
President Hayes that he dad been elected
'.. by fraud or wrong, or had not been (ld
elected, he (Sherman) would hold him in
contempt as uttering that which was not
true and which was denied by the very
men who overthrew the local governmitent
in Louisiana im 1876.
Senator Vest replied:
lie said that the j1hreiit yhich Senator
- Slel inan has fuipffitted as to holding in
t m enwho questioned itlyiss
election might have tet ror for members of
his own party, but even with the terror of
that threat before his eyes he (Vest) still
denied the honesty and legality of that
election. The question which he had asked
yesterday about Packard and Ilayes hail
been asked in a desult+ry and unlremi
toted way, and the Senator froni Ohio had
not answered it satisfactorily
Senator Vest sent to the clerk's desk au(d
had read extracts froi a sicecl n.ade on
that subjtet in the Senate by Mi. laine,
in which he declared tnat the elect itin of
Hayes and Packard were inuii-oluhly con
nected, and asked who had ;;utholrity ti
make aty arrankemenict by which Packard
was not upheld, staling that it Was impl,o.
sible for the Admninistiation of Ilayes tio
have (lone it.
That, Senator Vest said, was the state
ment of the most di-tinguished Rli(-ethii an
now living now living, witi due c+-tcieact
possibly to the Senator fm(n Ohio. Lau;gh
ter] the standaid-bearer of the he;,ubliei
party in the lat Presidential Canvass, and,
(it was to be taken for goite'ld,) to be thi'
standard- beater of that paity in tIle cmttigi
contest. Mr. 13Iaii lial tlien asserted t!iat
if Packard was not elected Governor 01
Louiana HalyeCs W walint entitled to the
electorri vote of the SIate.
Senator Vest then passedl on to the ques
tion of the r.,ouisliana i~lreturing boat:rt, andil
stated thait every rnembe ir atnd (flierl ot
that hoard, and their rebitio)ns, hadh been
provided with lucrative niliccs, exepjt till
one colot ed membher (Cass:iniave), who had
not been so) provided , tad who ia li onl(a.11
to Washington and1( appealed to IIlayes and
Sherman (then Secrettary of the Treasury3
for pecuniary aidi, whitci had beetn giveni Ir
offered to hini to the amnit of o,ver $ 1,000.
He (Vest) made no charge, lie slid, (If anly
corrulptioni in the mutter on the part of th~e
Senator fi'om Ohio, bitt whlat clainm haltt
thait memiber' of thle retuirnilng hoard on
Hayes if Catssntave mer'tely car'rid (out his
legal aind constitutioial duty? WhIy had
it been that every nman connected with that
board, from the highest to thie lowest, had
been reward'(ed with ant (ilce? There was
no pa-..,e of adinistrative hiistory thtat ile
mianded more explaination than 'tt which
nowv star'es him in thle face. The SeniatorIi
from Ohio attaceked the people of ILouisi
anti, charging t heim withI crirnes that would
stamp) them w ith intfamty, tilt lie (Vest)
stood there to avoucih tinit whaitevei' hatt~
been donote in Louisitinai on thatt occ'asstn
had b)eeni donc nolt to biritig tiboutt an tunfair'
election, not to tramphle onl tile hai lot, lof
any humtan be:inlg, but to) defendl thtemiselves
against a ruthless, outrageouis tind ciilti
consiralcy against theirit property at the
hands of meni who hadil gone there for thle
single and sole purpose of p)lundier'. 'The
Senator fromi Ohio had1( read newspaiper ex
tracts with stories of ouitrage and( miuirder
and crime in Louisiana, butt whelLre, lie
asked, wvouild the Setnator or imtself he to
clay if the nlewsimplers spoke thle t ruth
about thetmi? WVhat wotild becomie (If anyl)
pubhlie publ Iic man in this ciounitry if news
paper statemnents were to lie ttakeni as evi
dence befcre aty tribuuntd? Hie criticisedI
stircastically the oppihosite tentttitenuts (ex
pressedl by Senator Shermanit in his two ie
cent speeches lit iNashivillec, Tlen n., and11
Sprinhield , Ill., aind satid in conhision:l
"At the risk even of the Senttr's ((in
tempt, I unde(lrtaike to say that the Amleri
canD peCople niever' will lbe ttisfiedi witht tie
exphat:ioni maidIe today, buIt thit, like
James (. Blaitne, they have alreadly comea
to the conceluision that it is impsib~5hle even i
for tile intgethuity oif the Senator from Olio
to explaina whly it was thatt the vile of
Louisttnai, as retiurnted by the retuirninit
hoard, was gooid for the puirpose oif givinie
the electoral Vote of LIouisina to hlayes for
the Presidency, but was not, goodi for1 the
purpose of givinlg it to Packard for Gov
ernor of thaot State."
PIANos AaD,i onGAM.
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Organs of the best maike at factory|
p rices for Cash or easy Instalnwnuts.
Pianos from $210 up; Orgauns from $
up. Tho vei'dict (if the p)eople is tihat
they can save the frcighit arnd twenlty-fiv(e
per cent, by buying of us. Itistrumnents
delivered to any dlepot oni fifteen day.,'
trial, We pay lfreight both ways if not
satisfactory. Order and1( test in yotir
own homes. espctfulhly,
N. WV. TRUMP,
Columbia, 5. 0.
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p ants, made to order by the N. Y. Stan
dard Pants Co., of 66 University Phart
New York oity? Jly sending 6 eents in'
postage stamps to the above firm, they
will send to any address 25i sarupies of
eloth b> choose from, a fine linen tape
measure, a full set of scitific measure
ment blanks and other valuable informa
tion. All goods are delivered by them
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liable. Yours truly,
* WumrjAi VANDI:uImI'r.
Many a man thinks he waQts ret whien
-- he wanta exercise, and many a ono thinica
he wanta exercise when he wvant rest.
BY THE HAND OF THE ASSASSIN.
One Man Kille?i an. Fur.Wound.4 by a
(Orangeburg Times and Demoorat.)
On last Sunday morning about one
o'clock there was enacted at the planta
tion of Mrs. N. E. W. 1istrunk, in Eliza
beth Township, one of thse scenes of
bloodshed and murder, which, of late
vears, have became alarningly frequent
in this country. It appears that negro
frolics have been uite frequent in this
section of the country since last Christ
mas. At these frolics whiskey has been
as a rule, freely dispensed, and served to
unbridle the worst passions of an illiter
ate and not over moral people. That
bloodshed, would on ue, Was predicate
by the beet citizens, and this prediction
was fully verified on last Sunday morn
ing. In this instance it is the expected
that has happenedi
Last Saturdey night a large crowd
assembled at the house of William Mack,
who lives on Mrs. Sistrunk's place, now
rented by Mr.L. B. Kelly, and save them
selves up to the (lance and "high orgies
held." All wont "merry as marriage
bells, "until some timo after twelve o'clock
when Mr. B. Lee Jeficoat appeared on
the grounds, accompanied by Mr. Will
II. Amaker, and proceeded to divido the
contents of a demijohn of whiskey, which
it is asserted, ho had sent to Orangeburg
for, to supply some hands who had been
making up rafts for him during the
proceeding. They had separated them
selves a short distance from the mass of
revtlers, and each man had just recieved
his part of the whiskey in flasks provided
for the occasion, and were indulging in
a social drink, when they were fired into
by some unknown party, who, under the
cover of darkness, mado good his escape.
small pine straw fire had been light
ed to enable the parties to see how to
effect a division of the whiskey, and
around this fire sat B. Lee Jef!Toat,
Will H. Amaker, Will Nack, Wyatt
Parker, Joe Stroman and Dennis Stro
man, a 1 negroes cxcept the two first
named. 3o effective was the aim of the
aksassin, that of the six men present only
Mr. Will Amaker escaped uninjured.
Wyatt Parker was instantly killed by
a buckshot, which penetrated his skull.
B. Leo Jeffeoat received three buckshot
in the upper part of his ripht arta, and
another, which enterel just at the root
of the nose, inflicting a serious if not a
fatal wound. Wid Mack was shot through
the left forearm, and had the flask,
which he hold in his left hand and was
just raising to his lips, shattered into a
hundred or more fragments. Joe Stro
man and Dennis Stroman escaped with
slight flesh wounds.
The scene of the killing was just in
front of the reidence ocoupied by Mr.
Kelly and Mr. Stuekey. These gentle
men upon hearing the report of the gun
and the Cries of the woun(led meu came
out to where the liro was burning. All
had fled save Wyatt Parker, who had
tl en fi ward into the fire, and whose
body was toad. The fire was extin
ishni bed and the buy of the dead man
left just where it had fallen.
E.arly tuititty mt..rning Coroner Win.
Liviug,ton was nottied and proceeded
to the place of the killing and orianized
a jury of inquest. 'The testimony so far
takin develops no clue to the perpetra
tir of the bloody lied. With the hope
that some furlher t-:A.iuony might bo
forthcoming dining the week, Coroner
Livingston adjurned the jury of in
qtuest to meet again next Friday at the
A H UM AN MAGNICT.
A Little Ch'il to, Whioo Fliger Tips~
A rtce ofi 311etal A<her.
Late in August last, while taking a va
cation in a country to wn, says Dr. E. H-.I
R~oot ini a the Mettical l.eporter, I heard
of a case that was causing cosiderable dlis
cussion and w-'ndermient among the peo
ple The chikd is termed a "'human
niagnet" by the beli'vera in and practt.icers
oif magnetic rubb.ings while the Spirt
ualista dleclaret the chdd a chosenI meidmtm.
M\y cuiriosity became atrousedl, and 1
asked p)ermnission to seo this wo(nderfuil
prCodig.v. Pi' t;son was~ grantedi, and I
the child at t wo di flerent timeas, makin g my
visit some days apart. [ foumdl a pre:tty,
delicate childi,JDolly C.. aged 3Jt years,
an ouly child; biondo, with a pale andt
rather waxy complexion. Her manuner
of speech tand conducit werc chtaracter'zud
by a wvomanly grace much in advance of
her tender years. Last Febhruary the
phenomena l. described w~ast first noticed.
While laiying with some spoons the
mother was tiulrpristdt to see her a'rraintg
them on hier linger tipt, where they hung
with perfe'ct eatse. She will place t.e
painer surfacee of the finger tips in t:ue
anit o f the t paoi-b~owl necar the end
adleft froma the hlder, one by one,
without other wien touching them, until a
spoon is suspeimledt from each linger tip.
If thte spoons do not strike too violently
against each other she will carry them
about the room without dropping them.
I exenmined1 the cas;e in various ways.
First I tried four teamtpoonus with a
magnet-one pulrl 01ilver', oine pewter,
one tripleplated and one singleplated or
washed. Th'le puro1 silver or powter
spoons were not iniluienced buy the mug
net, the heavi('r platled was onily p)artly
raiised, while the washed spoon was raised
entirely off the table. I carriedi these
four spocons with me for the child to
exercise her anomalous power of pro
honsion upon)1. Ea~ch on was sut -pended
with eqttod ease excep)t lt) oue of pure
silver. This one( was lightest in weight
and the bowl was considerabl.v fistter
than a1ny of the other three. lBut after
airratngintg it upon her linger a few Iiimes
she suceceded in matking it ''stiek.''
Asking her to put two fingers under
thi1i spoonbowls, I found a very appro
ciab)le resistance in taking it olf. Tihe
sp)oons wold( hang from the tip of the
nose andi chin with as mutch security
as5 from the fingers. Thinking the ad
hereneo might be duo to ani excessive
clamminess of the skin, I tested its suir
face with my own finger tipsd. Not (dis
discovering tiny, anti to mtake sutre 1 was
not deceived by mty own sense of touch,
I hadi the hnds, nose and ohin carefully
washed with soap and water antd dried
wtith a warm towel. I found no perce'iv- i
abo differece ini the adIhesive.ness. The
child eoulId not pick up a steel needle,
that its so sensit ivo to a magnet, nor
would a pennty ''stick" t'> tho fingers,
(Ihmt or nose. I could dlisecover nothing
unusual ini the shtapt of thme inger tip)s.
'1bt( akin was Soit andt velvcty to the
touch aind I comld he sure of (claminiess I
nowhere e:xcept onl thte ptinna. Thet l
hiandos anti feet were4 warm to the touch [
when I saw her andto her mother states ii
that she is not often troubled with cold hi
feet or bands.V
'lTe little patient's motheor also told meh
that her sister's daughter a young lady 19 a
y ears o ago and "always sick," as she ex
p)retssed it, manifests the same singular
"Hollen" said1 auntie, "b)rinig me a clean
apront to p)tt on you."
Now, H elon and sister had aprons alike
rindjthiroughi misttake sitegot one of sister's
itd looked with suirp rise at the sleeves, ~
which caime over her hands. "Well,
mnutie" site exclaimed, "1 dess my apron d
hM tp'wn~ me."
ROSCOE CONKLINC IS DEAD.
le dreat Bepubltea Lader *ams Away at i
NEw YOnK, April 18 -2.8 . M.
LRoscoe Conkling is dead. His death oc- m
:urred at 2.5. There were at his bedside
Drs. Hartley and Anderson, Judge Cox, y
Alderman Conkling, Mrs. Conkling and
11rs. Oakum. - 1
Roscoe Conkling was perhaps the best
ktnown lawyer in the United States. He
was born in Albany, N. Y., in 1820, and al
before attaining his Inajority was admitted
o the bar. He was four times elected to a
LDongress, and was elected United States el
Senator in 1867, 1873 and 1879. In 1881
be resigned from the Senate owing to diM- hi
3ulties with President Garfield, and though fr
he expected to be triumphantly re-elected,
Lis resignation terminated his political u
OUR NEGLECTED DEAD.
donething Ought to be Done to Keep Their li
Something ought to be done to perpetuate f
the names of the Confederate soldiers who Pt
fell fighting for their country and who now
lie buried in far-away graves. A corres- I
pondent of the News and Courier says: nt
"The Stonewall Cemetery, at Winches
ter, Va., contains the remains of 800 Un- in
named dead, comnmemorated by the beauti- C
ful central nonutent.
"Each State of the Southern Confed
eracy has appropriated its own special ?i
ground. In that of South Carolina lie at
least 200 Carolina dead whose names are
marked upon simple wooden headboards. h
These boards, I amt directly informed, are i(
fast decaying, many have fallen, and a S
few more months of wind and rain will
obliterate them entirely. South Carolina B
is the only State, I learn, which has be- y(
stowed no care whatever on this sacred a
spot. Georgia has put a montument, an(1
all her graves are marked with simple .
stones. Maaryland and other States have
cerei for theirs, and we alone neglect ours. c
"It seemed to me last night that I could
hear the wail of our unrememlbered dead.
It should not be so. I know that it is a II
matter of surprise to the warm-hearted 1'
Winchestr people, men and women, and H
1 know that they will do all in their power
to aid us in any eflort. we may make to re- p
deem our lost. reputation for love and mcnm
ory for and of our heroes.
''Now, I think we should take some i
Let ion. Send Some (le On t(o see what
should be anl cantt be dlone, and use all the B
tloluence of your great journal ani your ai
OIwn eloqiuent Pn. guided by your own tI
nble, gelerous heart, and our disgrace
will so(on be blotted out.'' C
A t'-1If St. 'iernard I)og. I
Mrs. 11 N. Elwards, of Clarke county,
Ga., has a St Ber"nard dog that is a jewel H
in his way. IlIe is sent out to the pastture A
every m'nrning with the ce.ttle, an(i returns Ih
wi'h them sfely every afternoon. In milk- Ml
iig lie keeps tie calf of, and when it is
through carries the pail to the house. lie hl
works lie trcadtill by which the buttet- is w
ehurncd. and is useful in domestic arrange- pt
menPts 'i the hiouSehold in niauy Ways. ei
lH it the faithful tellow is put to t more re
a;trknile use than this. Every sunmer lie
is l iean-d, and his silken wool spun into ul
yarn. M-s. Ed wards exhibits a table cover '
fourt feet S(ua:e that was made entirely s'
fron th hitr of thi- dog. Six pouns of t
wool were obtained in this mtann(r lst year,
Iimd the shearing time is ea rly here again. G
Strange to i iy, the (log seems to like the d(
like the loss of his vool, an1 Sp>rts and It
Ei,olIs like a six months' pup when the
hair is shorn.
Fonowet',d bly Jik Iabihiii.
An old hierimit of Moumnd Valley, Nev.,f'
has beetn adopt e l by a lot of jack rtabits.
The unm lives talone in a rancth anti devotes i
htimvsell to stock niising. As he doesu't try
to raise vegetables the rabbits could do him
iio htarm, tand .o he haes never- trtied to drlive
111h1m away. The. sEooni bieame very tiiime aR
n,as thle jack ;abbit is rauther- an tilec
ti' incite antimal any s.yv, they kept 'uikiig
mom cadvanctes and I rhIls of friendship, Pt
'il 5th an the ad mian have become
tjlescal.W e egoes out after IS
his (''ws two or ithree do)zen rabbits will in
rome tropiing along after himit, lea inug ol
armE ind hun , rutnning betwseen his~ le: s and
n!obutlinug his fin ger s. They often invade 11
his enhuii:. leap onti his bed aitti sikirniiishl th
ar'e itl tfter something to eat. H e hats In
taught soite of the more intelligent rabbits in
ati i numeir tf ticks, such a-s jum ping over a mn
b ir or thriouigh a ing. wialking on their
liind le.gs aud jum ping over one anuothier as
, 'l'neia WhiH Fight ir Neesay fr
Cui( o, April 1(6.--Col. I)bivid \V.
Whitting. Contsul for Venezutela at Chicago,it
Ims, t rcived firom I)iego B. Ur ibanuee a
liois,ter of Foreign Alfamirs of that repuib
liota. oflIleil circulaur addressed to con.cel
si in regard to English aggressions on 11
iiezuelani term-it ory. Theli cireular says: m
1(1 her t aretn wetak peopjle ftr the defense, 0m
udt al.l can endurte thle dillieutity of defend'. th
"i. itli armhs the unjust pretentious of a
tailon which lhas lit shaime ini tretiing at Ii
wveiker powe~r dlisgratefuI y,' inlstead of ti(
with, ecjiity and jusxtitce. The eondulict oEf
his gEvernmenlt wvilIlibe gulidled by the li
trinciples of modtetrat ioni anti piutlene-, ias li
arta its ,Is tiliable ini al tases. aiid beyond at
his, withI the aid of publi)c oinioni, it will '
lefend its rights and1, teri-itoriy with all thet
(Eorc-es 'if thle naitioin. Th'Ie c(onsuills ar lo
nistructed to limkei knlown these sentimeiits at
idt to give them thle greatest ptublicity -
vitliin t heir jiirisd iction; aiid also to ren
let- ani accouint, of their action hierein.'
A 'uveli of Boling Wuater.m
Liberty lill, (ha., a small stationt on the lt
oErthea;st Rtilway, is thte scene of a peiu- y
ir phienoiimetnon. A well on the premtises i
,1 IIlirami Lee went, dry just tifter the th
tilthliuuktie of 1886 tilI had to lbe sunk de
-ighit feet deeper before the flow of water in1
vas resumted. A few (days tago the famiily
if Lee was~ muichl alarmned by lotid reporits
romIl the ellI , soriin g Ii ke powder blasts bi
's the fiiing of cannltol. On Satura en11- i
I ghit another detonat ion wast1 heard, andt thu
Ite water sudldenly shot hIke a geyser foi
eairly to the top) ol' the well, with aii rIse &c
lid till lIke the dIraw inig in anti expellhng
Ef thle breth Iin bum m' i respi ration Th''le .i
vater thuos expElled Is btoiilng hoit. People Si
tor mtiles aroundJiE ace lIt 'lkiig to thle scene,0
nd the sctists tire mtuich excited over it.
A Tilling Whihe lIn, o
' it et tccpatfs of three htouises tun Cottage sIh
In-a.i i1EEtEon, hiaving~ been~ annottyedt by fte
iyst e.rious lIsa ppeaanece tof smalil Iticleis.
tdEt hle Sniinlli oft windlows, uipsettinlg ofil
lEckery, etc. f inally disEcoveredi that the -
ffendter- was at large p)inklsh-whilte rat. )t
etin'1ien 11t lte captiv e was idetiIfiedi us
t fam oit1s Cliairlesftwnt Penilitn tiry rat. fa
rne ye-ars agi IILit-ry J1emnings, one otf I he an1
I mitat, (aptured(1 a you ng wivite rat in his
ll tant madite ai pet of it. lie taught It to
o andi( coime at his co)imtmnd, to (-arry IO
icssage-s, anrd finaldly to steal ch.gars,to
iieco, eIce , w hiichi It fal ihfulIly 'broutght 11(1
rik I o hiis mtaster. It fIinal ly grew such a
inisancee t hat the warden orde,red it killed, Va
tit Jeninlgs pleaded so hard that its life Wit
'as spared, but it was put out of tIme build- .Th
ig, andt then evidenitly weont to stealing for of
The residlence of 1). A. IIloTmami a ster
irmer near Oak Itidge, Cape Girardeau
iunty, Mo., wits buirned on Sun day morni- Rile
ig aind three of his echibhren consumed. mna
biree Qther chilldrett were so badly burned Mr.
mtt it is expectedi they will tile, andi liff- mug
tutn was so seriously in jurt td that lie died lon
r:stetrday. It Is thouight tlimt Hoffmain lie- it I
tune suddlenly insane anid flred thie htuse mnai
lIself. lie had eleven motherless chil- milg
ren, and had been very gloomy and de- lier
ottdent for some time. ,o
BENERAL NEWS NOTES.
tttt of ;1ala..a.~ 4liwa!m .m ttt- .v.
Nicholls's majority in Louisiana is esti
ated at over 50,000.
1)r. Cornelius R. Agnew died in Now
ork city yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Agnew, of New York, is now be"
tved to be in ahopelees eond(tion.
The Chicago brewers' strike is over and
I the breweries have resumed work.
The New York Assembly has passed by
vote of 86 to 8, the bill which substitutes
ectricity for hanging.
The chief clerk of the Greek treasury
is been arrested for embezzling 5,000,000
sacs of the public funds.
A block of buildings was burned in
ranchville yesterday. Loss about $9,500.
rigin of lire not known.
A bill to legalize marriage with a de
ased wife's sister was passed by the Eng
ih house of Commons yesterday.
The 3undesrath yesterday voted to expel
omt Germany the three editors and the
iblislier of the Social Democrat.
The Grand Lodge of the Knights of
onor of this State held their eleventh an
al session in Beaufort yesterday.
At Brandon, Miss.. yesterday, the jury
the case of IIamilton, for the murder of
ambrell, returned a verdict of not guilty.
An avalanche has destroyed fifty metres
railway between Gossensass and Schel
nberg on the Queen's route to Berlin.
The Ohio Republican State (onvention
is adjourned after nominating a State
;ket and declaring its preference for John
erman for Presilent.
Mir. Arknah S. Abell, founder of the
ltitmore Sun, died .hortly ifter 3 o'clock
;sterday morning, in the 82d year of his
Ellis Anerum, colored, was shot twice
sterday afternoon in Aiken by another
lored ma named Jake Kelly. Ancrum's
outids are serious.
A Berlin dispatch, (latedl l o'clck this
orning, says the condition of Emil1peror
rederick has changed much for the worse.
is lite is considered in danger.
Part of Senator Stanford's etables at San
rancisco were burned Tuesday nit!ht ind
me of his best horses roasted. The loss
Secretary Suffert, of the New York
rewers' Association, says that the brewers
e gettin; all the men they Wanted, and
at the strike will be a short one.
The Washington Territory I)emocratir
)uvention yes'crday c(hc,se delcgites ti
e Nationa Convention and ebudrsei
resideIt Cleveland's tariff message.
The London Chronicle's correpondent at
mine ays thut the Pope has instructed
rehbishop Walsh to compile a report on
e National League for comparison with
gre. Persico's report.
The body of Mr. Gillette, who was
ined in Augusta, Ga., four years ago,
as exhumed yesterday and found to be
trifled. It required the united efforts of
glt men to lift it.
The village of Fremont, Wis., is entirely
ider water. The stores are closed, the
>ods having been removed to places of
fety. Many families are zesiding in the
)per stonies of their dwellings.
The H iepublican State Convention of
corgii organized yesterday and elected
legates to the Chicago Convention. The
legation is regarded as for Sherman.
The Indiana White Caps whipped two
en and a woman in Crawford county on
Ilesday iight. The mna rec,ived 125
shles each and1 the wvoman 25. All three
lntedi dead away.
TIhe jury in the suit of David S. Fother
gham. of St. Louis against the Adtamis
xpress Company for daimages for false
ilprisonmtient atfter being out three hours
da half agitreert upon a verdlict of $20),
1) for plhdntiff.
Th'le Secretary of the Treasury has ap
ovail the selection of North Chandeteur
a quarantine staitioni instead of Ship
landt, and the necessary autho'ity f'or its
*e has been obtained from the Seeretary
At Dunblin y'esterday the sentence of the
.v. Pitheri McFadden, who was con
mnied to three inonths' imprisonment for
>ldling an anti-landlord atid ianti-piolice
eeting, on his appeal was inceased to six
Repubtlicians have renomritnated William
e.Kinley, Jr., to Conigress from the 18th
no D)istriet. and Charles 11. Grosvenor
mn tihe 15th D)istrict. Resolutions en
irsinig Shuerman were adopted by the con
nitions in both the above districts and
10 in the 1st atud 2d D)istricts.
The Governor General of Cuba ha:s de
tied the p)rovinces of Haitvana, Pinar D)el
o, Mantanzams and1( Santa Clara undler
'utial law. 'This measure has been taken
iing to the increase (If brigandage in
Partitl returns from the Louisiana elee
a indicate thait the entire D emocrattie
ket .'aill have not less thani -10,00t0 ma
rity, anid thait thle Legiltur me will lbe
er whelmiunghy D)e,noeratic. The Repub
an ticket was not voted in many parishes,
d ill others it was badly cut.
It wvas midinight , andi an impilassionedl
'er in an up town draiw ing-r'oomi kneeled
thle feet of his heitrt's choice iandt ex
inmed, "Gertie, I wil do1( any thing in this
>rld, to maike you happy.'' "Do you
'an it, George?'' "I do, I do, tdarling."
'len for Hleaven's sake go home anid let
go to bed.''
T'he marines and1 blue 'aekets part ici
ted in a shatm baittle at 1 ensacola, Flit.,
oterdaiy, aid twvo blue jitckets atid a mat
.e were woundiiied. It, 'is su~pposed that
material in the coneC of a shell had lhar
ited andio tore ofi' the metal cone, wound(
rlie Rtepubilican commtittee (of Harris
rg, Pa., bhas unianitmously and with great
huisiastm pass,ed re(soilutions in favor' (if
nomination (of Senator . Don Cameron
Presidlenit. Harrisburg is tihe hiome of
Cd ward Cassar, a colored man of con
erable wealth, retuirne'd to his home near
-dis, Aliss. , unexpectedlly W('dniesdlay
lht tad found thle Recv. Slitdney lib bler'
toi' thle Aethiodist Clhurch andit principal
thle school, at his homtie. lNot being sat
id .with the mniister's explanation, lie
>t him in the head, killing him inistanttly.
ion. Win. 11. raivers, oif Charlestown,
avorably men tionedI ini conniection with
D)emocrautic nomitnattion for Governor
WVest Vir'ginia. Mir. Tfravers was at<
I tiie a pronuniient membuler of thle llaIti
rc bar, iand( was Siieaker' of the AMary-<
I JHouise oif D elegates for one sessionti
ore the wvar. I he is a fluent and eiloqutit I
iker', andi at gentleman oif great personal
harles 1". Case has baeen aplpoinited tem- '
ary receiver oif the effects of the New
rk itndm Chiarlestotn Company by .Jm age C
Brunt of the Supreme (ourt. iIe
retjniredl to furinishi a $1,0010 bond.
receiver was apptiintedi at the instance
the New York F"loatinig D)ry D)ock
ipany, which has an1 untsatistled jud(g- f
it to the atmount of $700 against the I
nderson has had three fires in quick w
essioni. On Mlonday night Mi. Chap- 'T
i's stable was burned ; oni Tuesdaiy night 5
liohannoni's stitble. and oni Wed nesday tI
it a diwelling hiousie on Mlin street, be- w
ging to Fra-nk Wilhiite, was consumend, di
all the woirk of tan licndhiiry. TIhie v<
Swho struck thec match Wednesday pi
it was seen by a sick lady, btut before <h
husband cotijd get to the fIre it had P
c too far to be neinguished B
A PHANTOM TRAIN.
tgpg 8peOta4e. SOen. inAe. Earefied
Air of the lack Hills.
My oompanion then spoke concerning our
aission to this bleak and barren spot, says
a writer in the Leadvillo (Col.) Herald in
course of a description of the lonely land
scape of the Centennial ttato. "About
twelve years ago," ho said, "an old man by
the namo of Cearnals was the proprietor of
a jack train with which ho used to bring
provisions and other commodities into that
mining camp you see beneath you thoro.
This was before the railroads entered the
fastnessos of these mountains, and every
thing was brought by mule teams or by
these jack trains into the camp. The treas
ures which were found in the hills were
carried out the same way.
"Ono tino the old man Coarnals (lid not
arrive in the camp on time. 'Twas in the
winter--and the coldest one, too, over ox
experienced in these hills. A searching
party was sent out to find him and his train,
as the people who had goods consigned to
him feared that somte accident had befallen
him. Near whero we are now is where ho and
his trali were found frozen to death. And
now each night m)ay bo seen the jack train
just as they were, but in the form of specters,
filing along the way to the camp. Get out
and we will go down tih( trail a piece and seo
them." We got out of the buggy, and
fastening the horse to a stunted pino, we de
scended the other side of the range on the
road to Ala. After a most porilous and
tortuous walk of half an hour, otn account of
the slippery condition of the ground,
which was covered with snow, my
comnpanion led mo to a point near
the old Leadville trail, which could
be distinctly seenl abovO us against the side
of the mountain. Looking at his watch, ho
remarked that it, Wai almost time for 'them'
to appear. A fler kicking the. snow from a
couple of howlders we sat down and in si
lence awaited developinonts. 1Sy compan
ion would not say a\ word, 1)111, simply puffed
away at a cigar, his looks being cast in the
direction of the trail. We waited half an
hour, but it seemed a week to me, a cold
wind havitn arisen, and I was almost frozen
and was wvishing nlysl f at homo.
' Suddenly iny colnpanirn clutched me
nervously by the arttt autid pointed to the
trail. The aight thnat I saw inade each in
dividual hair on my h'ad atand on end, for
there on the Itrail, coning aroutd a shady
angle caused by a bowlder,was a jack trahi
of twenty-tlitree uniints. 'lhey all emitted
a faint phos+phorescent, glow, wlhich made
them appear all the niore vivid against tho
silo of the hill. 'I'tey were loaded with
different rtic les of itercbattlise, laid the
lst one wh1h the spectral driver was urg
ing on with his short, goad nenined to bo
loaded wit I flour. Every once in a while as
the train slowly tiled along this last jack
would lean his load against a projectiag
rock, as if resting hirnsitelf. 'l'lTis would
cause the driver to pena i it withI his short
stick. Tie weird slteters slowly passed
from view around t he lill, and, mtoro dead
than alive from fright, we made our way to
where we had left the horse and buggy.
My Coim pait onl in frtied tne, whilc on our
vay back to t he city,thlat this strange sight
could be seen any dark night.''
SAVED BY A BLUFF.
A Few ITarriM of (olt Itohloit In In Sight
of 3Ieposiors Slops i Iut.
General Mike Ryan, in taiking of the
Metropolitan Bank failure, recently told a
Cincinnati Te(-roi m repurtt r a good story
lilustratilg the power of b!ufT. It was in
colnection with his assertion that with lit
tle further nid from the other banks ii the
City the Met ropolitun might have been saved.
" I have a brother connected with a bank
In Lcavenworth, Kan. Thero arc two banks
there, and the rival to that of tny brothel
was in a .shtaky coniditioni. i'Te president
camno to Natt atnd told hitn the circumt
stances, and that if there wvas a run the
bank w~ouhtl tbe unabi1le to stand it.. Matt told
him to keep'i a stiff ulpper' lip, for lie knew
that the failure of the other hank meant the
failur-e of lia own, lie jlumped on the train,
wvent to Kanisas C'ity-, got N0t,(XX) in coin
gold ad siiver---in barr-els, ranii back to
Leavonwoih'r wit Ih the specie, and got half
a dozen d rays to the depot to t.ake the
barrels to the blink. Meatimne the
orowd of detiosit ors had begun to gather
at thC hatik, denlaniting their mloneCy, anid
the old muan was talking to theln to gaini
time. All at. once t hey saw thte drays ('om-1
mag upl, loaded downi withx these barrels.
Mntt wa'is witht thle I reasure, anid shouted to
the crowd to wait about lIve mitnutes and
they'd get thtei- money, ats i wvas there in
" In uloading the barr'els, one of them
dropped and broke, so thtat, through a
crack, the' I lnxiouts depositor1s ('oul sco the
shining gold, mnid, as it rol led up the steps
of the hank, 5-gold pie'ces kept. dropping
out, and werle piciked uip by thie janitor.
When the coin~ was all rolled in, Matt came
out again and t old all who bad mono0v thtere
to go in 11nd3 get it, ats thte baink prop'osedl to
pay thomn all off and at ait fresh, id didn't
want such a cowvardily lot of1 deplositors5 any
way. All tIhe timie lie was piing on the in
digniatuin lie diit Iwall I. o be taken at his
wvord, as the banitk had onily $10,000 cash 0on
hand, agrainst 600),(00 of ideposits niiado. lie
bad br-ought. $10,()t'O, b)1l t.het'e was still a
shortage of $tt,ot0- hIowveret, the gamel
worked. l'Te lieolt wvere reassured by
the sight, of the lbar"'els of colnan w311~ ent
away sat istled. 'ITie ru0n was averted and
the bank pulled throulgh ail r'ight."
A Texas C'owbloy tttdes a Fuiousi, Ruh jj
Tho bull-tighers at l'uso del Nor'te werec
recently en'ii veined iduiring thle proceeedings
by tihe damring exlit of ai Texaslt eowboy,
uays the 8eyinouri (Tlex. ) Cres'.icnt, whoi( wvas
a1hCee to I thho byinl the denlse'ly-packied
uidliee whl o fillled every~ ne'cessible nocok
in the vasit atinpitheliater. 'lThe per'for'iianee
agged a1 Ii'tl a,.u t Ito bulls would not
Ight in spite of ii! t It' pilidores might do.
One or two of I lie bulls, a fter' hiaving been
mcecessfully goaded andii worr'ied without
workinog I ter iup ( to te proper lightiner
joint, had11 bseitIgen imiiusly driveni out,of
~ho arenat, andi a liew onie, fuill of fight and
~airly bellowinlg wit hi rage, hadi jutst, been
towvboy whoi was prieset,annl iouniced, for thIt
tonuor 1and1 glory3 of Tlex as, t hat he wiould r'ido
he bull, lils legs t iid artoundi thle aiitnal's
icck, his faco to thie tail, if they wvould first,
,hrow the hbull so tiat. Iho coi get his logs
>r'oper1ly arou3ndt anid untderneathi the beast's
He was at unieio talken at his wvordl, and
ho mtounoted Mix icani bull-flgghtersn 11oon had
lieaiui losso'd and thri own'. TIli co
>oy then hadl himiself fixl Id inte proper
>osition1, anhd iiowv lie fuious hllI was
urnied loosi'. Toi the wondliet' unad ast oniish
neat 1and( initen,iso delight (If It aiene('io,
owboy off, whlo no01 onIIly keplt, his per1i1ous
eat., butt, after some1 WIhIt pI ines,a succeed
dI by somne meantls ii '0 manLhipubhit ing tujO
east's htorn that. lhe wvas thrown. 'Tho
Iex.iinn peir formersl'5ii rshedt at. etnce to the
t'ugg linig mas1s0 and int a twVinikle hadt the
~exani ut id an re c leased. It wats at woni
orful piece of daring and( daro-devNtry,
ad exceeded anly ting doino by the Moxi
Te'~xn WVant to see the l*reiden't.
AUSi;m''N, 'Tex. , AprIl 16. -'he tuage
et o)f the interntat,lonal and31 Ittersta11e
rIll and1( FCneampmentt to be held htere
011 Mlay 14to Mlay 19, on~ thte occa'sioni of
C dediceationt of the ntew caplito)l btillding,
peeCt to halve President Cleveland1i and hisa
lie as th eir princtl 1 gueosts. 'fle enltire
etxas Congressionual delegaition, headled by
mal'tor ( oke, will Ibear th3( Iniltaltion to1
e White I l(use5, andt, If nteceptedl, Itey
Ill ,he, thte escort to1 Texas.t Thte Presi.
it's invyitIatin is a beutittfullhy boound
dune, wvIth leaves oIf statin and1( hltul
miedI. It will be forwarded it a1 few
ys. A simuilar Invitation will be sent to
res'ident Dilaz andl wife through Mlitister
She played the harp and mandolin,
With most entrancing grace;
An Inspiration seized her soul,
And glowed from her sweet face.
She plrtyed upon the soft guitar;
He heard it, and declsred
That to the player of the tune
Naught else e,mid be comipred.
lie felt her further power, for wheu
With tlhese she'd gotten throtgh.
She turned, and with cxtiulte skill
The fair one plIyed himn, too.
A good deal is said of the power of love,
but it is not nearly so potent in the al'itiS
of men and women as the love of power.
It has been discovered that to enuble one
to penetrate thick, smoky plaCes the mou4)t Ii
and lips should be Covered witll cotton
Royalty always keep. m1our1iirg con
tutnies in stock, Ove!n for' all thle ri a its
so that any and all kInis of griel or st rrow
can be manifested to order, or, Us it wer
while you Wait.
Many a nu gtes down mier l i to-ro
cause if hit by one of the arrows he lil tip
with the sliigs.
'I'he lieu fo I thol.hi ih is counhlert.i
possescs in a In in 1it Idg('e the lacult y ('
auking mllucl nut of littkl F'ed to r -. i
by the ri1t andI sle eat: it b1y the Pi'(k.
A c:ynie s:1s: "If I i :c t"7i... . clit a
the a(!:rtht Was srpi-lo th('v never (5,1d
have Lrot the id(ea11 ftein the' ih.:lings of its
inl:bifuint; with eah other.
A. Jlr. 11m)trl wal 1(r',- ntl\- prm.'.' :""i!' .t
at .''lo'n. huly for 1;.lt . ,, ('- .':. ,
s,l(!ettld Ith' dtii til 3y by 1:. no' m ir-, II
tiiute her Siirit, lI.t. ,he 5( 0ubil nik ' tir
It w.' 1'ru,ii s wii 71i:l- 'lni'. V!
(111ll4 (ile tsle.'r"f huish"',drv." '-n,
mte 1t the ; Hion thal, it. 1t Ili :u l 1e
edge ' mlmmly,
l '!' 0': \ tn w I- ft i i t I ll., ,
tl l w a' I t ! ' nl : " i I -
:il,l ii '. ,t \'1 11' \\ i l 'r ;1 1 : ' "
(I.' i )(i t 1' . ', i n ' '' i i
worn l ,,c ,
Tie'II you I - !
the aci n t 1uhrei1. '- - : -
mW nill IIic i1" t r : m': 1 i T
1)I'I1ci :'i ci II:. 'fi)-' 'r I i'' '1 2 1
tlin , '1' :i ot r'V. y 4 'I b din
:'tiaed whe clie hemi drio ped shiowing
a cntury p it, in f ull Iom.
.i 1 N:i. ; ;\"1i + .1
I h ever clasp' a ielyIi( 13 h' , 'i
In greting, ort farewell,
W r' e all the Ir ansimed cittit'I
And wh- tre eta ns still
Sha iii te u11i + ll htc homie.
A Msrnrge Uphienv'ai.
A tntiu pltiiieavl lourrdi on the f ':i
if Alr. 1-> l', on hIc)uk lUver, Cffhe ecounit
Eenn. , a. few days ago. A strangei rIl
tIling (o'se was heatrd by the re.iidns of
.\r. 1IC-l's housi-ehoh1l. lThereer Wthou liiht,
I n rheplikg, (4nd f a nywwclI
u ne tt. Af gti the naise s('tc hle- r111. 1 '
a few hurIndirel lit lfth.an :ii lth .
: stran hre en 1is1 fr the inu:ul dic t rh.m1( <
1e ( of forty-eight feetl :it. htge e thni
of rociks, wveighinig ten ton:s, h-I hen . i sh.a!:i
tered in i 11 instce anid in othr plit
in twriji. lThe work w i'I dote by nfe iii
t t:t it was oth 'et than ain pheaval ami
'xplision of itMik 1(nni elements tinter
.' nnua ed bly a o.r A Sr' 1 2, Gh 11t.
ite tit \\.atkon, li.. h)3" wek hee:ics
wai(tow ml t iutt townj refuised lto mtarry him
lefre Ihnii; e.> h 1e ri ' oulCrt retrI
eari tt hUnitt : t obje t' of his an'e.
liOts. Sie is death)Ii t' reshem.- if t im
:.-itfi-ns oft a stranite cthit'(-er. 1:N
n'tiital lihts ano se-a :;it weh' itile,
hieardi n 1ht' unislin, anid it inI thei feelti
ilhe tow~-n is greatly e.xeited ov.er thew mait
"'I have jtust got dowu.Vi from Sitka,
AIaska, tio-daty,"' said ,John V, illiamison
it thet Americau Exchangc: yestorday.
"'It is ai wejird, wild plae tup therf e. It
us not so awfully cold, bt t i s piretty
nearly ail the thmno night there'f. Yout enut
see( the snut till11i o'clock in tie day, andt
aind it .goes downt agatin be-hiud the
ntunntains ahuost immneditly. There
as ,just a narrow strip of daty in a great
lig oceatn of night. Lamps Pave to b)e
kept butrnitng mUost all the time, anid men
(cau't ac~complish an)ytiiing muich trying
to work, 1t is rather- wor. o sevenity -sixc
miles farther north, at K(i'lsnoo, theret
l. was for a littio white. Saow wats abou i
itwht meches deep, atid the lowest 1 8w'
thte thermomc.ter was 5 degrees below &
'"There are only about 300 p)eople now e
at Sitka, antd not o)ver tWit or 700 it
Jumneau. It is the samno waty at Fort
wrangle. The )ppulationt has shriveled
a great deal. Many pe-ople ltve coime
awaty. They hatto to spound the wiut.eir
there, it is so fear-fully long anfd dark.
A lot more peCople would like to get away,.
tbut they have not g(it the n ona-y to
nomne on. "--San Fratucisco) Ex tnunter.
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WE DO WEAR
THE N. Y. STANDARD
$3.00 *MADE PANTS
lIt i tke." omething tro than low prie.-a to mna)o our
ools sell asfast as. woeat u.o ltetu. Wo only use all
wool cloth r'ftbo lnte'tdenin ate nt I .rns.It isvrry strung
Irl[KT', sas to es-eliit Is lIrt arnt unylIldln.
Not coarse, becau.o 01 the w Iry, tth6. twlit of tho wool, It
wenr. lik leather.
N l;A UTS to outslaw
p] lev.'e . ThI.ttC..mes fr.in our
IJ S lanndling euch en."rm.n. quantl
tl,-ann,l s.kingsn h smaulll.rotit.
W? -nruno,rt:lIth,outiro ,ro
ducta of tlhreo nll,, at.l hat
hordly satidtlee our demand.
- New orllk ht.f-Cs,
tw:yy in th:e Leadl.
SIXTt Wo make
l;sotlit oll3' t o-der,
n:t by oir s, lentitic I, auro
lIt .-t linnlerts It you as well
e; a 0 lui wy ss we rans at our
g,tr. la t 'istotr
\ tla ,y ntil nti c.X.
prtta, at l tycr's op
c' tlnr t.
=. ?%XT, by renlint ste
rrtsial.upret, }ou tiltl retr-, -. to'ta attt,..1u at pnt kag,
~f twcnty eamtples of cltt I. r 1 unn1Ms, Psha, fait
t)v'r"eat ,, and If tt t,tthi ),l or,ll0-Inc"h
1jjp* rtlso e.urt. 1 tCt. Aleo. (ull retofinceur,
tit,I l'li))tks. Try thl ait ccn e ourselt.
0UR (UUA1tANTE L nev-r e.
erry ,oe t it ! this, for wealwnyshav eand slwaye wIll
clt .. s - , f. s
flt ul i.'a i" e 1 ;t -Anmcrksn F:pror('n. NowU
Y'rtC ity. at it wt."tt ii nn oru,",u hi't
Meutlf/>,' i!orni aleN saut OsliI sat our
Putsave) Ait t ., ,n t. t nloacog t"-llstf
Io r (yutrclt i ng for ho hulane,of our i tal
N.Y. STANDAPO3 PANT CO., 06 Unlvor
s!ty PInce, N. Y. City, Near Union Sq.
P? [ L IL S.
Io .intly celebrate.1 SOU'1HEHN
VEGE'tAiLE PILL bavin; been u eld
:as :. a1( Ilh'htl"? rcmlfrity for tht p-t hilt
ct"tlry, in all t'he Houthern and Wentern
tiates, for f1e ire of DyWP.a, 3i .
iunsl)e-S, .Mat.ariia iii t1li tli oeaser\ of thi
L.IVEI,, halvi', b,y tldr
PI.L LS on thte n urk'i A 1,.. I iji!
von will ji in the cry for "GU,i1 DER'8.
A) LT1'Wwith the- ten miillou peoplo (of
the Un ited Stt& wh, s(t 110W ii,l
If your meircani.t has~ njot g')t Itetr.
AUG(USTA, G .'L
ON jlTH Ei l IC Ii1,' OCroiER thle
roin (il trato, i.0 hl too ce P-eg *t(
bo1t bIl tuis adArnnn Brre
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conrof Wentwort and (.lh:1J)A reets
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lit u ,ne ) .eti t fot ti he noikt
:PA IO Aor b:I Iti-Nhj i wtin easy
iXcshlefrom tk AcademyJj ofiu dsign an
front Cuflhurche of. alJ ll thi diferot for
Tvjin - hese t lhars beon.ao byr
mireWI-, adfle.itte d. loi .r hor
\\ t- turn ire an h~fitures
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hatl1 aro1 now orting8, e thewok
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>Ji lItONA.l. 1 PY EN (NES ot th ot
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Au wn g mated. oundy wry
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