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THEY ARE 1APPY.
DEMOCRATIC BOYS AT THE CAPITAL
HOARSE FROM YELLING.
The Greatest Time in Wa8hington Ever
Known--Republicans tre Exceetingly
Blue-.1,Who to Re8ponilble for the De
feat--Reed and the Force 1111.
WAs1111 iTON, Nov. 8.-The Demo
crats have yelled themselves hoarse and
are tired of whooping. The poor old
Republicaus in this town hunted their
holes early, and they have not the
slightest desire to make their appear
ance in public places inl large numbers
since. Ifere and there you could meet
a group of Itepublicans, and they are
truly a mournful set. A conversation
overheard was to this effect:
First Itepublican--Wo seem to have
Seco n d IWepublican-Avalanehed Y
Worse than that, my boy. I never saw
anything like it.
A few prominent Ilepublicans now
in the city cannot be induced to express
any opinions on the result. They are
simply stunned, and have, as a rile. no
theory, except that it is a rebuke to
President 'larrison. They are not will
ing to admit that the tariff ind electioi
bills and Porter's census have ber re
sponsible for the avalanche, but in,:
on placing most of the blame oil poor,
unpopular President, Hlarrison. It, is
no secret here that the rank and file of*
the Republicans regard larrison as a
distinct failure in the execiltivu chair,
and now that the Democrat.s have ap
parently captured the earth, they lre
abusing Mr. Ilarrisoi. and are trying
to throw the whole blame upon his
The I)om1oerats are (puietly enjoying
their great victory, and thoso who coimle
down town are constantly dropping in
to thie newspaper offices to hear the
The retuirs from the congressional
districts in all portions of the country
continue to be of the most encouraging
character, and theru was no let up for
the Democrats in the grains. Sotie oi
the Democrats beganito hopo that the
gains would cease, am the ninber of
Democrats elected to the houiso was
frifghtfully large; but they finally beganl
to laugh, and, as the thing was runnin(y
their way, declared that they might as
well have a hundred majority in the
lower branch of congress as lifty.
Some of tho Ileptiblicans. reiember
ing Treasurer 1 uistod's recent remarka
blo interview in regard to President
11arrison and the Lord, are wondering
whether 11arrison or the Lord carried
Indiana for the Democrats.
(reat interest was felt hore In the
contest in Cooper's district in Indiana.
The hirelings of liaum and "Pension
Shark" Lomon confidently expected
that the young Diemocrat, would le
luid mut, but they hud long faces wheni
they hunted tho returns. Every bul.
letin intilicates the tritimphanlt re-elec
tion of lion. Geo. W. Cooper.
It is believed that liainini's days inl the
pension ollice are numbered. 'I'le ad
ministration is bound to mload him.
lie has been practically condemm ed h vI
the house committee, who investigated I
him an<i l has been Im SoIe niasty
scandals. Tihe ienchlimen of Lemoi
and 1'aumn are gnashing their teeth t
over the news froin Cooper's district, a
tor tile latter 1haus won, in spite of' the
slush fund of Leion and the rant ill
of Ralul onl the stiumlp inl 1ndiana.
The Democrats here are keenly re
joicing over the d "efeat of -( eomis. in.
IAlarylandt. I Ie went out of his way to
miake a mean, iitte'r spiceh ini favi 1f
- the ilnfamous force hi il, anid his p eopqle
have severely rebumk ed lh ini.
One of the swveetest pieces of im.ws
that camne from the wVest wats that How
elI, the chiairmani of thle hiouse ('om1mit -
tee on1 elections, had bieen detfeated in
the Bloomington district ini Illinob:.
Ilowell is one oft the rankt~st radlicauls in1
tie0 house, and it was he( who h-d t he
deviltry that resulted iln thle robbi erv o
so many seats in the present hioulse.
There is not a doul iIhat (lid Virgin ja :
aini Afaryland havt~e (saci hilece .:pliI
.1 )mnoera tie declegat ionis to ('ongres,t
in akinug a net galin of' tI h ec in each st at e.
Thme returns receiv~ed here indiente that
th is was a had y'ear for t he llei ocratICic
boult ers andi soreheadls. F"rank liiinne
tred to beiat Genl. "'Ilioney" Lee inl the
Virginmia district jutst aicrossi the river,
hut Gen. Lee's Inajority is larger than I
ever. IIlume has pilenty of money and
spent it. liberally, but pirinciple knocked 1
Out bood Ie ini that contest, and Iluime
w'ishes nlow that he lad kept out of thei
way of the engine.
Congressman GJear, of lowa, the 11e
publican who has been knocked out, is a
member of the committee that framed
the high tax bill, anid is an e!x-governor
of his state.
it is the general op)inioni here that if
the Mlaine election for congressman hadl
taken place ini November instead( of ini
September, Jloss Rlew might have hadl
a shaking upl, too.
The qulestioni is being asked on the
streets, "Will Boss Reed andl 1lenry
Cabot Lodge now have the gall to pres~s5
the foi'ce bill ?"
There is great re.joicing here among
thei D)emocrats that "Kr'eutzer Sonata"
Cannon has been dtefeated in the fir- 1
teenth district of illinois. When thei
bulletin came in practically comnceding
his dlefeat. the D)emocrats chuckledj
greatly. One of the greatest surprises,
commrentedl on hero is the rep)orted
election of four D)emocratic conigress
men1 in the city of Chicago.
Election News Items.
NEW YoRKi. Nov. 10.-The estiI
mates of the morning papers oni the I
complexion of the next conigress this
mforn, wvith the exception of,Theli Tr'i-J
hiune, very nearly agree. The Herald ji
makes the D)emocratic mnaiority 14Il.
T1he World 145, The Times 152 and I
Thue Tr'ibune 129.
TOP'EKA, Kan., Nov. 10.-The legis- t
lature is niow apparently against the ie- t
election of Senator liigalls by flteen m
votes at least, and Possible twenty four &
MINNEAPOLIS, Minni., Nov. 10,--ThIe(
latest returns from South Dakota show I
that the result is an Alliance victory<
and Louck is electedi governor. The
legislature will also lie Allhance. me
Republicans conceding the defeat of
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 10.-The~I~
olcial and unofficial returns from all cx
cCept seven counties in this State, give
Merrain, Republicans, 73,628, and WVi
son, Democrat, 76,353. Both plarties
8f.ill claim the state, the JRepublicanls 1by
1,000 and the Democrats by 600.
A Polit,ical Conspiracy.
R1osTON, Nov. 7.-A sneclial to tihe
Globe from Nashua, N. II., says that
there la ne doubt that the htepublicans
-will have a special session of the
present Legislature called for De
comber. it -is now Republican by
thirty-five majority, and the terms of
the lnembers do not expire untIl Janu
ary. They will then officially recog
nize the new census returns, and Wyill
admit -new menibers, giving them a
majority in the Legislature. A con
ference of leading Republicans is being
held on the matter at Concord to-day.
SEVENTEEN BROTHERS IN THE WAR.
The'y Cane of i Renikablo Fiamily of A
Thirty-five Children, All Sou.
"ir it camie within the line of his inqui.
ries," said W. C. Moyer, of St. Clnirs- ic
ville, W. V.. "thle censtis enuiniciator the(
for Mondsville, near where I live, must na
have found about as wonrtferild t dom
ustic history as any enumerator ran
,a.alust ul-sewhere inl this colintry. I re-p
lCr to :a hinily by ti name of Brandon.
The fither of that filnily. Charles Bran
don, died n l(-In he was %( yea's old but .
his younge t child was then Iess than a '
year old, lie died J1ust .s file civil war hi
broke out, From a broken heart, his wife .
having refu,1sed to live with him any Ion..
get'. I hlead at tlmt time thirty-five
living..chibirnl, and1 had beenl married te
three times. i ' l
"llis first wilv borc him two chiliren, re
His sevoild wil il' did after bearin him
eighteen. At the ae of n75 he arried
Sariah .rker, she being 16, and the
yolimest ot sixtven ichildren. Site lived a
w%ithli him twelnt-one years, eaig hm I)y
litlenci chidrenl. and thenl lett him, taking
her year 411ui bahy with her. Brandon tic
was still hale and hearty, but the deser
tiolln (0 his witI-( broke him dowl, and lie
(i 'ed within a monith after she left h1im .
"When his third wifep married himn1 the
oldest of his twenty children by his two do
previols wives was 39. and the entire
twenty lived under the paternal roof.
'I y ug wil'h reared a1ll 11of the twenty
that WIre youni, enlouhl to need recar
il-, be"Ides 'aing for the lifteen of heri
own, the oldest o whoml w,Ias hut, 20 an
when she left. Iheir fatlier. The tlmily it
of thirtv-live kept tgetlier Fhr m11an'
year .ier their. iativr's death, and if tie I
patr .ial 11raidon had lived a Uvw
mo i lgr he It would luiave SePll
sevc kteein ( his solls enlist il t(e U ni ion
arm y1. It is a lest ioll it' in tllus or ant 1 a
otlier coiuitrY li imstaice can he foundtit
where one tiiily ever before contributed
sevente(n isns to their county's ser
"'llIse boys allI caime ofgood lightmg
stock, For their itfither was a fitmous In
din fitcr himisell, a ve4eran (0 the
wIr ill' :: :tit the Mvxicall war.
When I'iter i 'nnsylvi.ia wv'as Ith eIII
froitIer. ail the Indiin tighter s tiht ie
mlost inl1 ,it and inidispenisable per- p1or
son ini lt setllements, Charles Brandlon,
i)cc(,ruding.i to aill traditions, was one of'
the best. ni1l 1uost daring of' all the ac
tive tis of the red miei. Hi fitlte
was kifl d by iolians wheni Charles waA
ml. o yeas o l. limself was iade
a-lrismner, andi lived wIh the( Indians t
twclve years, hatlin them Im'ore the
l i,,er he was with li them. At tIi va e1',
A I15 ie escapeupd, aiul alter lerlrllinl_ his is
im1(1heri' Iltnuc, spent all his tilie, untila
Ile w(-ere driv1e away to tlore Iem0ote tiot
attlemncits, ml hun11tinl- an1d k-illingt lit. w
I'lie wa.is '5 ' vears of age iwhen the .25
varl' f 1-12 hrok' out, aid lie was one ti
>f t 1te first to join till Amiericanl a - thi
til ;ins i it wi iieac wa s leCai'e. )ti
fe was 7 1 wi hlie elistied in le frio
"h'lie third wilf of this verile old basc
gller. is livlnw inl MoIidsville hale and sOu
carlyv at the a c 1)1f G7. -he Is over six wt
.vt h igh1 and taight as i a1rrw- a
K iv).rthr y-five childr(n a.1d stepcihil- .loil
ren. i she kiows p'sitively lt thue whre
bouits of' blit iittel. 'li r'sti' a
L'aktered ahi>mt tihe cmuntry anild dead.t
he i't.v-five 'lil'dren wlrc all Ils
St. L.ouis (Gl4de-Dlimorat. stor
('rerit I or clevelatid. I
I 'bili ntis ( hio. Nov. 9.-Allenl W.g
burmiiiani, stin of ,tludle Thurmnan. i and
hase' hionor' a hatiiuet is tto lbe tive liti'
ovn embe 18, a<kdressed a i olllitientionti
icCtingL at I!amiiltion, lButler County, li.i
verluniL and1 gave thle creiit of the r'e-am
('lt v'ia'toryl to ex-l 'resident ( 'ieveland, "'."
iit at the samle t ine paid huimi the fol- "il'
w'~Kinr hioudlsome tr'ibuite: Of (
mi ple. br'ough t :aout. by th le Mali' a ale the
II. ii'an t the man G rover C levelan d, U a
hot three years ago b oldly andt fear- mci
han0 to aiiy aothier wei owe 'tis victory. the
everi for'Oi on miomenit, aidt all tf'ic (iit
biuse tha:t. wasl heaped upon1 him, dill nin1
e talter' or lis couira..e f'aiI. I eliev'iingar
i the tirlthI antd ist iect of is~ position, bul
elievin. th a t the over'nment had no 8"li
ighit to takie imione' fr'otm thie potckets of' 2g
lie pe(oplie :sodll t'aor the henicfit of aW
Iar'ticullar' 'lass, lie 'onltiued year' after O
-'ai', when'i therais hesitated to battle for
lie iht, aii now, whieti all are eager' ugN
0.il)in ini the fray, tCrtalinly tis tact, ntar
hat lie dared to leatd when( sear~icel y an Bai
lared to follow, shows thie metal 'ho isLe
nadIe oi, anda I believe that, the wVhole an
>eole will sete to it, that lie, andI oly "l
10, sh aa1lihe agin chioseti as their leader
ii 1 S 2. .1 ever manl spo)ke thle truth,l u
ulyi lie didl wvhen lie said. a few dayIs Ih
t!ao. 'NI ont ithias a aterlt i right to re- t 101
vrecet('t, 1).' tRobbears. te
K A N a S ( 'livr, Mo., Nov. 7 .--A s pe- "
il to ft' Star' tfromi Sedal ia,i o1. , say~s:
l'i'aini No. ">, W est bound1, on thle h'iis- Na
1)uri Pallte wals wr'eked hby train roh
>et's threeC nuiles l':ast of Otterville. '(The re
rain consistetd of' seven c'oachies,. inch ml
mig thle mail.~ express mid baggage earis. a
aoltIs and fish phiates ter' a distance ofat
brtee i'ailIs lenigths anid laced''t criwaras 11"
mderi th itriailIs so t hat they wouldt sue
piead. Whlen thle eniginit toichteid it it Ute
)I)oeed thie rails andi imuredt thle t rack, aee
roke loost' from thie tenderCi andt rant be
ifty fect on the ties mid turned ove.1li
"iremlen L1yon jltinpped andit e'st.lcpe iln- slih
Liry. Eniginiet' .Johni Iboyd stuck to his (lie
oist, ando receivedl al sever' wouti on the wel
ack of' his head atul11 had htis hiandt
atdly cut. 'Te Iteutler I trnedl acrossa
hie track, Ithr'ow ing partt of1 thie miail car' 0li
hiirty f eet to (lie sidle of'the Irmack. Therie slat
a'ere fotur poIstalI clerks ini the car, andt out
If were slight ly mujurend. .1. 1). McC ardy. but
nr ot' thitm, receivetd severe mjury1~ tohu
is ight Iec. T(I h bagga:ge and' express
ars wlere comptlletely wreckedi. Theiu
mnoker', whlich w~as filled wihth paissen- i
e'rs, wais tlunetd upisidet thowvn, andio the to ti
ar waus hIliy smatlshedi. Stranige t) say, anti
io onie oif Ithe )ccupanfltts was severely , cat
uredlCl. Tw' chair (' ear'Cms jul1mpedth(le of1
i'nek, hut did not.I liurn ove'. 'The Puill- !nio
man was that onlyh~ 'oachl to remant on"n
the trac k. Tfhie engineer' hiad stoipped~ andit
the trin a shioi't, distanice. fromi then !lt
wrieck tomilake repai's ton his enginie th
and the trainl w~as moveing mat only aboaut
eighteen m'dles an hour' wheni the enginie D
struck thie loosenled tails, to which f aet Me,
thiei'e is ito dhoubt was tdue the miraculous scnt
escape of the passnegers and (rain. caus
Ch ristttia Slaugh~ttered1 hnC hna.
Recently, at the close of the celebra-li
ti.on of' .a Buddhist fetival in the pro
vmnee of Sze-Chuen, China, a niumar ('1
or'gamzi'/ed miobs attacketd several C:hris- IL~
tiani villages, buildintg the burnings and thie
looting their contents. Twenty native Ct
conver'ts to Christianity were killetd tdur- p
ing the dilstutrbanice and their bodIes haiv
thurownx into the Yang-Ise-King River,. fro.
Reporter Tells itan of lis Electio, ajj4
Gets atn Interviow.
AU0USTA. GA., Nov. 8.-A Ch ron
reporter had the pleasure of earring
news to Governor-elect Benj. It Till
n, of'South Carolina, last night.
%tler casting his ballot in Edgetield
terday he caine over to Augusta to
ionic guano notes in bank, and was
ud at the Augua lotel last night.
I card sent u) to roomu No. 48 secured
audience, and apologizing tbr the hfte
s of' the hour. the reporter extended
con1gratulaitiois to Governor Tillman,
1 told him that the latest returns from
ith Carolina only empbasized the
rwhalming victory for the Tillman
zet wich was indicated by the early
orts from South Carolina. The re
As brought no news of dilfictlties
,where in the State, and indieated a
teelul and quiet election.
wovernor Tillman said Ie was not at
surprised at the small vote re -cived
tle Ilaskell ticket., le had neN er at
uted any strength to the anti-Til Iman
ket, and was not surprised at he coml
te Iiasco of the I Haskell movemeni. "I
muich gratified," said lie, "at the
6Vs that the day has passed without
y violence. I never had the slightest
Mbt that the State would give tme an
mrwhelinig ma ,jorit.yv. I counted
in the first on at last 30.000 majority,
I wolul not he surprised i at 60.000,
is exceedlingly gratitving that tle day
s passed without violence anywhere,
d that South Carolina's reputation for
vilg a law-abiding and conservative
nplc has been so sigially vindicated
lbre the world,"
Tie gmVernor sald he would return
me this morning ,lid devote the time
min now till the ileetiu, of the Legis
ure to the study of the mnan1y impor
it qiestions which will be brought be
e Ihat body.
1;overnor Tillnan has a host olfriends
A IIgustai, and he was receivinig coil
Itulations from iall sides vest(erday eve
41i the news fron Carolina. ie
live hninp:uln hi he Ias conducted
Caroliona during the past few months
. aireetd with lfm, for Ie is lookinlu
Iter :1il weigls liuore thain Ie did be
v' the vaiVa':ss.
ANOTHER FATAL FIRE.
i' (1 te,it I'erishd in thie it .,.el i otm.i, ati
v'i sv%ajji, i, K v., NKov. 7.--A special1
he Colrier-Journal from Owensboro,
.. says: Owenisboro was visited last
lit by the most destructive fire in her
, nd whetn the debris is cleared
ty and order restored the conflagra
W ill be iblui to have been attended
I loss of life. At I o'clock the fire
destroyed property to [,he amount of
100 and was still bunlitiig. It was
[ved that at least, five persons ilet
r deatls under the hilling w:alls and
'1S were Seriol in.u iilired in juimlpin.g
lie fire ol-giiated i a pantitry lin the
tuiit oflthe Iudd house, a huanid
14 mi.dein l>tel hiIich was filled
sheplug guests. Thc guests were
kenetid anid ran out inl their iiiglit
lilg while mn1iiY, Crazed by fear
[)edII From the winldows o)I tihe hotel.
uI these 'were two ladies and a
1, both of wIom are badl y injired.
11. 1lohn jumped fIroim a third
y indow of the I1udd house, Iell onl
back and Is laftally injured. Five
its of the Rudd11 house aire nissin g
liey areu believed to h av'e 1been
iwd 144 d!athI whil e sleeping. Chlarles
inck. a traveling salesman frm
ad elphia, atnd (.harles I arelord,
ew Albasny, had a narriowii escape,
wer.'ie ser'iously b)uIrned. A high
.1 wias blowing at the titmc the lire
mtated aiid before the hotel 1had beent
pt away the thames reached the Banumk
ommere, niext (door, and that with
buildings occupied by Marks &
an. grocers, and Quickserl & Co.,
'hant, tailors, was soon in ashes.
b.uiilding on thle corner ccuiipied 143
)wensboro Messenuger, with its costly
it, wias next, attacked andh ini a few
utes destroyed. Th'le fire thlen spread
md the corner and destr'oyed the
(hings occupied byi M1arker's sailootn,
thi, butcher; WVillamus, furnishing
Is; ,Johin Reiinhardt, firtnituire; A. .1.
uley's fine stone buIlding, and1( D. A.
IEycans' livecry st able.
iter daiy light, this morning six milss
people wVere foundl. There were
'ow escapes from thle hotel. Chlarles
efoid, of Newv Albany, and Charles
b)rick, of PhIladelphia, wer*e badly
probably fat ally b)urned(. 'lThe loss
priobat:bly ireach $1 50.000O.
nuit ter' worth's Wi stio..t
ni uA(io, November 8.-lienijamin
terwiiorthI, wvho dccl med a retno'mina
for' Congress fiomi his di triet ini Cini
it i, ex pr'essed him iself1 It-la upon
resul t of the elec'tiont: "In my opiii.
no> mni couihl hav i made1:1I a suicce~ss.
race for' thle IPresid enicy of thie Uiteid
es slanidinig upon thle issue of the
Kinley Ihill. andtI I tink high tariff a
dess i'oad to travel for pub)lic ofilecat
The people of this count ry are ini such
ale that,not even the most prosperous
s iwill stand the addition of another
lien's weight of t ax. ItL was the most
.ise policy thant aniy party could pur
to hake the sfanid of' favorling an in
ise ita(the tarif whivlen it is and htas
n appharenit that reduction Is what has
o nieied and( wanted. I think 1 saw
It, was cominig-at least, my actions
wi thant I purtsuled a wvise course, anid
ofther Republicanis knewi only too
I the itnevitable coniseqtiencee o~f [lie
Kinley bIll. I receivedl a letter fromi
intiesot a Congressman t his morning,
ehI read4: "lIIoiw terrible was [lie
ihiter. You sawv the trouble and slid
but I staid like a lamb and was
'hered beautif'ull y. T1hie McKinley
and the F"armers' AlIliance were too
h for' me.'
I do tiot, thIink that the actions of
iker lleed antagonized public feeling
Ie extenit the niewspapeh)rs make ouit,
nearlyv eve1ry one kiiow that I )emo
ic gainis were miade be'ause a class
epu)iblicanls areC becoming more ando
e dlisguistedl wiith [lie high t. .:11' teach
. Now that thie prophiet hais spokenl
thie lessoii has beetn taught, I have
doub11t that prioper adjusttmeiits ill
10ough on lihe P'rint.
Clputy' ,1uan A. Mateos In thie
icon Chamber of' D eputies has pre
edI a bill whlichi, if' made a law, ill
e thice-fourthi of' [lhe cleirgy to leave
ico. Nearly ail!lie exIsting Cathio
ehiurchies in Mexico belong to the
r'ment, andi thie bill proposes thatt
native piriests be alloweod to occupIy
pulpits. Nearly three-fourths of'
priests are Spaniardls. A most ex
g deblate is predicted,
'the hlouse the D)emocrats wvill
a a majority even without a vote
ai the South.
IN A BAD FIX.
SHIPMAN, A CARPENTER, ARRESTED
ON A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Shipuat Arrived In AtIuita from 4nta
Carolin t Only a Few Weeke Ago-ills
Wife Chatrge3 Hium With Cruel Treat.
ATLANTA, Nov. 10.--J. It. Slipian,
a carpenter. living on Factory street,
!ear the Fultoun County Spinni:ng mills,
is Iehl o1 a very !!rve harge.' A i s.
Shipinan, his wifR. died Fridav tunlder
VOrV suisp)icious circumstaices, ai4 his
arrest followed inimediately.
Mrs. Shipnllai Ws1 lnl operative in
the Filton County iining mills. Tle
two witI their llild, a young baby, and
Shipman's mother, c.1nle to AtIanta
from Spartanburg, S. C.
Oi the day they moved to the house
on Factory street, Shipman gave his
wife a terrible beatinv, so Mrs. Shipman
told the nleighbors tle following (-ay,
saying that he had iearl killed her.
Friday following the Thi'sday up o
wich the trouble is said to Iav occur
red, Mrs Shipman went to work at the
fattory, but on that evening was sufl'er
img so much that she wenlt to bed, and
1rom there she never got up again.
A physician was summoned. wlo at
tended to her illness. When Mrs. Ship
Imanl died. it created quite a sensation in
the neighborhood, on account of the re
port of' the beating she had reccived,
which had become circulat ed.
The case was brought to the attention
of' the police. Dr. Vinling was seenl by
the ofiicers, and acting upon what le
stated. O11icers Iolt, a marshall wVent
to the house where the dead woman lay
and arrested Shipman. At the time o
the arrest he was in the same room with
tle corpse. Shipman protested that he
had never beaten his wil'e. Ile said
that she had fillen out of a door severai
days a!o. andN was badly hurt, by that,
but as to striking her, he had never done
that inl his lil'e. If she died fiom any
iurtivies at all, lie says it was froim tlc
h1ll out of' tle door.
('01ooer' A var'y was not.lied of' the
woman's death, aid tle circumstances
attending it, and a jiury of inquest was
eiipanleed, winch is now inl session.
OMaims of the Alliance.
WASIIINW'rON, November S.-L. I'
Polk, president of'the'National I-', rm1erls.
Alliance, is very jubilant over the re
suilt of' tLi elect ions. In the course of an
inte'rview today' lie suid:
"The )emocritts and Republicans are
claimiig everything just now, but when
they come to sift the chail'flrom the wheat
they will finJ. that tle Farmers' Alliance
had something to do with electing a fair
proportion of the good men who will have
seats in the next, Congress. Up to the
present time it is : ceitaimty that that
Congress will contain thirty-eight
straighiout Allance mien, there are twelve
or fifteeln Imlor-C who ai'e pledged to us.
These men are from tle South and North
mest-the two sections in which most of
iui' work was done. The Alliance in
Nebraska, ]Nlinnesota and Iowa is not
)ur orgalaizati()iI, and has not amialgania
.ed wit.h us. but it made the same fight
md will join us this wiinter. Our
Alliane co-operated with them; we will
-o-operate with any farmers' association,
1and in a little while have a grip on the
situation in almost every corner of' the
"'We ar'e here to stay. This gr'eat
reformi movement will not cease until it
has impressed itself' indelibly ini the na
ti oun's history. Financial reform is (lie
necessity (of the hour11, and1( it must, come.
Th'le press and the voice of thie stump
speaker werec our only assistants. The
Alliance had no camipaign fund, no
boodle. If' we had had money' we would
not have used if. The viirtue and the
patriioti.nm of the people are (lie tings
to appeal to. Our methods were fair
andt sqjuare, and( t.he whole world could
see wh'lat we were doing. Th'le p)1 meiples
0on which the Alliance is founded arie
soild and 'orriectf ; we miust,slc'eedl. T1he
tight was no small affair. The emxtr'e im
is ts of' 1both1 par'ties att.acked us 1bitter'ly
and gav'e no inch of' ground. In thlie
South it was the Democrats wh!o opposed
us5. In fthe Nor'thi our miostI vigrous an
tagonlists we;re IHeiublienns. '
lIon t's Orew' lrownaed by a Whalie.
SAN lII AN('Is(o, Nov'ember li- .
TPhe loss (if six men f'roii the whialer'
C.hiar!es M. Morgan, which airived on
Sat urda :iy fr'om thle O)khot sk Sea, is just
madle ,uldie. The men left the vessel
in a smiall boa~i~t oni Septembe sr .1 in pur11
sltl of a whalc. T1hie whale um'g suc
cessfully3 harpooned and star'ted oIl' at
a iapjid r'ate, towinig after himu the boat,
wIich contained the secondl mate, II.
Mar'tiin, and( five seamen. Another boat
had beeni larmehled, but~ the par'ty failed
to catclh up withI the tirs t one anud a fog
setting mi they returnedi to (lie vessel.
N oth ihg lwas 'eer f'ounid of' (lie boat con.~
taiin mg (lie sec:ond mate and five men.
It is belIieved thle whale sniashied thle
boat. killing (te occupasnts.4
The wha:ler Narwal, f'romi F"ox Island,
r'epor'ts six mecn washed from the deck
during a gale, but two of' (lhe men were
for'tunately thrown hack alive by a rce
A Huorrible A'ccidient.
( 'I ri cAu, Nov. t.. -A platf'orm' up
on which was standhng a number of' em
lhOye's of the I ,yoii & IIcealy musical
inst rumenit factoryv, collapsed yesterday
ami inistant ly killed Wm. Tishendorfth
and seriously inmjuired Dora Gilfor'd. Wm i.
Mc IDaniels, Illeury looline, ,Jlhn Steele
and .1(ohn1 Kohiler. Sonme timue ago, emi
ployes of' (lie fauctory, about 300) ini all,
ariranigedh to hiave their pothogr'aphs
takeni and employed a carpenter to eon
strucet a teinpor'ary stage for' thema to
occupy whIle sitting f'or' then negatives.
Whlen thie em ployes hadl taken thieir'
positions on the latf'ormn, it gave
way undi(er thle weighit. llundreds of
men and women were thrown ini a mass,
and those who escaped with out brokenI
hones suf'er'edl pain ful bruises anud
Hie Laaht lils Iiioad
I'lu l l i)I-',t'll! A, Novembor 1(1.
A lexamner IIexter', seniori 'nembler of I
the firm of I lexter & Bios, clothing 0
mnanuif'atctes at, 432 Maruiket street, was
decapitatedl to-day by an elevator in hIs e
owni bulsines5s estalblishmenit. Ile was
in ani elevator going up), whieni lie thoughl
hessly stooped over with his head out
side of' (lie door to speak to an emiiployee,
w'ien his head was caught betweeun (lie
reinig of the halhway and (lie clev'ator
sind severed from hIs body._
Hie Went Smoking,
MACON, GA., Nov. 7.-WiVll IBethea,
ri negro, was hianged at Wrighutsvillo to
Elay for (lie murdler of L~umnber' Inspector
Rlaiford at,Spann, March 17 last, iIe
smoked a cigar' on hlis wuay to (lie seaf
'old and iiit death unflinchiingly, p)roteste
ng lie expected to go to hieaveun and
udvising his hear'ers to b)ewa're oh
vhiskcv and had compnn.
A (1ood Day's Work.
We:tkness. of itself is not a diase,
It is however a most distressful syn p
tomn. Alas;! how many wearily 'drag
them-selvv:s about, every effort giving
thien distress, existing without atnyg
the pleasiirble sensattions of robust
health. Are you in this condition?
Why? There is no excuse for feeling
11(an and miverable. Remove the
cause of your distress, which indoubt
ly is a statt. of blood iIpurity and a
disordered system. Ilow? Why by
doinl"r as others ha1,ve (lone.
(. W. ('haniller. It d Fork, Ark.,
write: "1 was so weak that it was
only with Imret. Afl'ort that I eold do()
ay1 hinli"' Ius1il several hot tli-sof Do-.
tani bi Hi i3lim, .inid can nlowV 1'o a
goodit y's work."
"Ahble o d1 a good day's work!" Is
Ihere 110, :m-iet i g sweet. and refresi
il.g ill that. eprXetSsi.)nj? Strelgti to
vigorously d) tis mr that. Str7length
that is oly overcome by natural fat i
gue. Strength that wheni expended. is
by rest and nature fully renewed. Such
will be yoiur reward if'ywl give 1. 11. 11.
i. I. I"lidolphi, Irunmick, G;.I.,
writes: "I was under the cae ol line
different doctors, but not onle did me
the good that 1otaii Ilood Ialm has
(11 1W"JianoEs and14 organ.*
N. W. Tiu-mi, 134 Main Street, Co
Itimbia, S. C., sells Pianos and Organs,
direct from factory. No agents' Comi1
missions. The celebrated Chickering
'iano. Mathtishek Piano, celebrated
for its clearness of tone, lightness of
touch and lasting :(lilities. Mason &
Iamlin UTpright Piano. Sterling Up
riight, Pianos, frot $22 tip. Arion Plia
nos, from 8200 uip. Mason & llamlin
Organs, stirpassed by none. Sterling
Organs, $50 tip. Every Instrument
guaranteed for six years. Fifteen days'
trial, expenses both ways, if not sat is.
factorv. Sold on Instalments.
All lonthly disorders peculi:tir to
woian are corrected and much muffer
Ing avoided by uise of Bradliehl's
A complete l1edroom Suit for 816.~>0
freight paid to your d(epot . Send for
Catalogue. Address L. F. I'adgett,
Pakett Pays the Freiht.
A GREAT OIFER THAT MAY NOT AGAIN
'BE RIPAEATED, 80 DO NOT DELAY,
"STIRIKE WHILE THE IRoNIs s IloT."
Write for Catalogue now, and say what
paper you saw this advertisement in.
Remember that I sell everything that
goes to furnishing a home-ianufactur
ig some things and buying others in the
largest possible lots, which enables ine to
wipe out all competition.
IERE ALE A FEW OF MY START
A No. 7 Flat top Cooking Stove, full
size, 15x17 inch oven, fitted with 21 ieces
of ware, delivered at your own I epot,
all freight charges paid by mc, for
only Twelve )ollars.
Again, I will sell you a 5 hole Cooking
Range 13x13 inch oven, 18x26 inch top, fit
ted with 21 pieces of ware, for TIII1t
TEEN DOLLARS, and pay the freight to
DO NOT PAY TWO PRICES FOR
I will send you a nico plush Parlor suit,
walnut frame, either in combination or
banded, tho most stylish colors for 33.50,
to your .ailroad station, freight paid.
I will also sell you a nlice Bedronos uit
onsisting of Bureau with glass, 1 high
head Bedstead, 1 Washstand, 1 Centre A
table, 4 cano seat chairs, 1 cane seat and
back rocker all for 16.50, and pay freight
to your depot.
Or 1 will sendi you an elegant Ih'drioomi
uit with large glass, full marble top, for r
0o, and pay freight.
Nice wivnd ow. shade Oin spring roller $ 40
Elegant large walnut (lday clock, 4.00
Walnut lounge, 7.00E
Lace curtains pler wvindow, 1.00
1 cannot describe everything in a sniall
adlvertisemnent, but have an immtense store
conttaininig 22,6100 feet of' floor room1, wii A
w.are houses and( factory' buildings in other
parts of Augusta, miaking in all the lar
gest buisiness oft this kind1( under 0110 man1
agemenit in the SouLthiernl States. Th'lese W
storesanld w.arehouses are erowvded withi
the choicest prodluctions of the best facto
ries. My e'at alogue containing illustrations
of goutis 5will be mnailed1 if you will kindly
say where you saw this adlvertisemient. I
pay freight. Address,
L. F. PADGETT,
Propr-ietor 1l'adgett's Furniture, Stove
and Carpet Store,
1110-1112 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
PIT 'N C lt3 N NA IVE
ranitumi. A pleasant medicine of incalcu
ible meritI ini thle h1ome1 circle for clild or
(idult. It is poplular, p)leasanlt and( ellicient.
l'ruly a mlothier's friend. It soothes and
ieals tihe mucous mlemnbranes; and checks
he mucous discharge from head, stomach
utid bowels. The mucous discharge from C
lhe head and4 lunlgs are as promptly re
ievedl by it as the mucous (dischlarge fromt
hie bowies. It, is made,(I to relievo the
nulconms systeimn and (tire nausea, and( it Be
toes if. It ma1 kes te Cr-it ical per'iod of coi
('eting chilidrlen safe amnd eas3. It miivigo- (
'ates and builds up tihe sy'stemi while it is ma1i
elie'vintg and cuirinig the wastedl tIssue. 1t M<
s recomiimnded anid used largely by physi- Cit
ians. For sale by Wannlamaker& Murray
Jo., Columblia, S. C., and wvholesale by Gil
lowarid & Willett, Augusta, Ga.,
RAFELM GUI.ATDR Cgn.AN gA d
a~ 0Y11D4M 2 o
Bof2111 E. E. ISI, .
as reo pened her- house on tihe N. E. ur
er of' WentworthI and Globe Stree.s, and(
prepa red to receivye permanenit't, trians5icut
nd( table bloar-ders at reasonable rates.
[er housi5 s centr-ally located, and directly'
ni the hine of the City Railway.
Special rates made for Commericial tray
llers. Oct 10-4 _
LP ANBBOS., WIholsaleDruggts, ,~
3ol. Proprietors. Lippuani'ulock. Savannah.Og, TIE
A NOM WOMAN.
1'. '. ill pify n,td'm vitalize your
- *lata,f Iin a a ;. 4nand givo your
im tor10 IuIIh.
a p i.aa 'r,' ii -ointen lett at
I I-,Ii. i Ir-,.t . I 1: I I t il n I a t
ut1 ift 1*11 n' j b - ! I . -at i M.
- f 114-.114 li iv c < :w, ir ho could
Sall e t ir l t out fr , . . and
- i emIll ent, taiko
Pu P. P.
I" y"'I IrI(' fteelInic 1) 1h V hit tho opring
! l Wlt ,>f !sorte, tk,
P. P. P.
1 r )-iar alIi ivo or).r t-4 ntiml totting uip,
If y-.i aitTer withIt headneie, Itiigestion,
del-iLty ' l w%ta kniw, tiao
P. P. P.
If You sliffer w-itt r ervous p,rostration,
nrve' unltiStraig11 "Iulnt atgeneral let down
or' th0 systemn, taki.
P. P. P.
For ilooa I(ison. Iltheiinatisin, Svrof
uta, II Soro:i. Malaria, Chronic Finalo
P P P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
lie best blood ptriller In tho worlI.
rI1PPMAN BROS., "Wholesalo Druggists,
- ita Propristors,
Li1'1'3tANS In .wr, Savanmah, Ga.
The Tozer Enzine Worsi
(4u5teessor to )il B oiler Works.)
JOHN A. WILLIS PROPR.
117 WN E.ST G I i V A I-S STI ZZ1 E'T.
M ANUFACTUIZERS OF '1%
()4 Elt TE"AM -ENGIN E:
id all sizvs . bothLoi ntIotives amt re
turo Tilhar Doilers.
V".Fotndry vork ill 1il an D1I-a<zi lv
Iring protiiptly exected'a.
e acknow iYLldgeda to be ihe bIe-t Iee sold1
in this Statea.
lhen you buiy lone of themaii you are sati.sliede
that you h aef ma no misatake.t
~Vrite for 0our pices,
otton Gins and
AT' BOTT'lOM FIlalillE.s,
cdl a sav yott imoney.
, Badiham, Gen, Agt,,
('OL1MUBIA, P4. 4'.
9 I1 one ollice and1( Factory,
lilans, wvith Suee lon Fanu or SpIked
it Seed Cotton E'levator fiurntiishied at
30TT"1ON ([INS anal l'lRESSES of besMt
kers. Tholmiais llay Raukes, D)eering
wVars, Corbint I arrowvs atul l'lanett, Jr.,
. largo stock of Portable andh Stationary
ilin andutit Saw Mill Eninues 0on hatti, .
State Agents for
13. & G. COOl'El & (JO'S Corliss En
es ALne SPA aw Mis anid idel C(om.i
iy's comtplte 1line.
WV. 11. GIIBES, .Jit., & CO.,
Near Unitonl De)pot,
COLUMuarA, S. C.
rarmn Wagons, comuplete with boldy etc.
.4 Th im l Skii...... ......... ......0
ini 'im ble 5kin.......................2.00 1)
)ne llorse Wagons, $24.50, $2Gi.50 and
.5$0. Warranted se'oint toi nonie,
W~rife for Circutlars.
Itiggies, Carriages, Rotadi C,arts, &'., lat
We cent less thtan regutlar pices. Setial is
Catalogue. T1his offer is for only 30
ia in order to redutcP stoek-so~ order at U
OL I,ER & ANDERSON
B1'(GfY (JO., ROCK lilI , S. I.,
a wiriting mtionIiI thIs papertu.
NE SHOW CASEL x
*-Ask for catalogue. m
:RRY M'F:-o nOn NAtI-V-L,. ,--I 4.
*ATT'olNs.: AT LAW,
PICK ENSC. 11., S, C.
IMIoney to loan on e;ts ,
eured papelr . 0111s, ell
Oflice in Court louse. ,July 26;'88.
VEILLS & ORIII, .E 1. BO;'u.,;
Greenville, S. (. Pikens, S.'C.
lE111.1-. (MIN1 & lp(US
k A'lronN,EYS AT L,AW,
PICKENS, C. 11., S. C.
4. F. A NSEL,, C. L.- iliu wrn'r
iolicitorl.51 s i it Pil-kell", S. 'C.
Giveenvillo, ,. (C.
ATTouInst.' As N oi-NSI.I.In C t AT AW,
PICK ENS, ('. 11., S. C.
Practice in all thce eou rts or th[le Stazte,
d to thiem-i inrhi 14-sxt1. *
I I I i 1, I )O
122 .i'lain Street, ( r,'niile, S. C.
(Gas given eye,y 'I hurs<ly atil 'riuday,
dc i II\lI teet rated witt pai.Il1
M. N(lVOe)).. I), I). *-.
0 l1 I E N V I ii, ' , . ('.
Corer ain an.I id Cofflee St reet.
\VilI bce lttimit at iherty Idh aund after thie .A
t (Octeer. Ije guaraneies all his work
le lirst, class- tel b ;i90
I)~.J 1~ (jA it 1, I S K ,
lie i e - A i I I l,
I )IEN1TJ IT,
Of11ce' over Westino(relandl Dirs. & D)uke's
rug Store. ,Jan I '898
)R. FRANK SMITH
n1owe peiianiiely lcacted att Kasley, S,
,, ndie'l et,ul offer'S his prIofeioncal
rvices to the public generally.
.Jan 2 90.
J. C. Fitzg erald,
P H OTOG RA PH E R,
G RE E NV I LLE, S. C.
Over Westmoccland Parot,bers I )rug Store.
II work donie~ by' lhe l cinsa ntaeos process.
so make enilargemients from old pictures
aniy size in water ooscrynIdi
k, oil andic pulaein photogaphs.
>ct 24 tE.
fANS ON HOUSE,
(;ItEE INV'i ,I,I S.
lIE MANSION IISE IIAS
nished. It is first class in Its a)
intments, and Ia one of the best hotel sin
South. Situaitced In thce healthIest anur
Stolelitfuli localIty in the country, it
rs superior att,ractions to visitors and
uffcisIne cannot hn nenelle in, ny city