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THE STORM IN ITS FURY.
FROM ENGLAND TO IRELAND IT DOES
Wrecks Along the Irimit cawit--III&n!
Smacks andolc -1at a Torn-i I.y thet
Waves-Lifu Saverm Lost.-rn-.\flan
tic Liner tiravo the Stornm.
LONDON. NoV. 12.--I t hought
last iligIlt, that the 1ICavy .1 - V.1. 1 1, h s
prevailed over Grcat. Ilital 1 iI' two
days had passed on north into the Gcr
man sea, but iL seem)s the storm is still
prevailing im southwest Irelilli. A
patch received this imoiniu z f irom Skib
A beleen, lorly miiles soulthneSt of (-*oilk,
onl the river I!I. states t1at.1 't :dc is
ra-,in1 there with !reat ti.\. Alan
hotsms ait W1kihcren, andl ono a,t I A..(1
court, two tulsbelow lhw ifml, r
galy (1aInIImd. Th'le oeewp
valling in that portion o 1 Irt huul I ii -
lir V(d to be the lirst ! the storm whh'.
I he weather idications ha t m-:ht, :ht)owci
was approa:1ini_ tie coaSt 1otn the \
Lmntic. 'choes of ye-ktei-i:iy':< >1turms
are still be rd. Iron I 'ainm '. (> tlle
eastern shore ofthe (?I of Kent, crl1n
which port man Ifisht-rinnuI d Ily to
pursu their peihi ul vallin*,111 . cm in.
telligence that soic fit thc ih h:n-tv ri( -
(ents of that towi have naide Iter lia
A fishini, smuck haI*lin),_ iro n1iu1
gate, reached herv thii flim -Ir'i'! ait.r at
terrible experience. -Shew a- ' ,: -i.- :h in
the full fury1.N ()1 the storm i :l w!s i rel
bly beaten by thw. tremen., rollI
blY beaten by rh 0 rmmws ue.
WliCI SWIlve) tV ) hile .11111311 ;r lfit !
which sweptl' by3 the channeiil 19rom1 th
Adlatiic. Tll m was blI 1,-11
umed', ult thosc ('n1 boartid c'I hcr trc
to have escape'd thle Ctvt w.hif, h i.!: h.
iilll so 11n111v f1, their chl.-. : if :11
conl-ratuillatlill' Ih imselves 'hol ilas :c
4c1e T leIv1 11w h . lr33 . Itt n a t n
who Sadted In1cil r have 1-1,1n1d 1", thl
laimlillfes who lookcd :ao-y!,I: thf, ir
comlinlt. F.'ur fit her1 \vr;w. wb 1 ,
sis1in1 in Im dlinl the ti ma, r 1 in w
W01or S thel9 -ah-, wNrycze 3wep ovrbard
by .gant cwhich ;ti ; Il-,1 i ')d
the vilssel. 'T'lose (n bwmrd werl-v hf
less to) save t1h ir coompaniwi.,. N4t tr
h ins ll, could it y re x t ir ii
ancv ill watchinl.- the vv"eWl :rl CvIl
b1:ol it beell possile too 1 11. o
the Iien to 11.11nit boat, it would have
heC.(Il death to live attnl edll i 1o puit the
boat ill tie waler. It n\as all h 119r' v
c*oul( do 4) ],,..p th1cir. simacks all":11.
fill( so) they werie-q comll lI t b- 14 ilwi-r
4,1 ;1111 (h-A (1 1owil. There is . ri-e x li..
n tiii n Si t-ouithpiorH al Ihe v i l fi fh
lUibble. 99nt the 11.1sh -va, ovi.r. th l4e . l 4. 1
t.ht:, crew (W i ll o:lt Im n1. \\]he wi ill. q.ut
p-sterdfayN to ;.1tiItlilt to) -avl Ithe- c. W
ol ai ve3sstl hih w in 4l r, - ll ! i1
phue. "The lilt- 111:11 bul - 'll . . .11111.
Illil th creIN 1-tlhf-- puk-kl hw i '1 It:. -hw .
anid wee' Inlen1il lla 1mweli ki
sca,4. The crmvd fil sh \- Ircd wit;
WaLtcl !(Pt thw rl,tilin tit the Ilk, sa,ve -,
hIlL they 111 nlot c(iinw,j I hack . I - P t, ti:s
Inlollil tIey hadt -i n - etirlli.", an1d 1:i\
many1 (Ihey. have beengive up :- h4-.
' heir Iamliilies, holiit a ainst ho ., '-v
to conlsole I'hetu"elves, by\ thi! 0': :11ha
the plilal it lib "a3els,, W 0 nt, 9liun h:t, ' ,)
retun11 to shor.u, have suckn ee' d ;1i el't-cl .
(on t he shore fuiher~' i >r th.
c'oa2st, that, tihe lile bo,at hai' I i.nire
im, andt. evet, soum her ha.t lomal a
gillip 1111dllw 3' 911 I I ld'IlI i 1
Th'le 9tetner 11'''le3'low; u ( <;' I:e' y:
wre331'ckedI at1 then1' t o1)11 ;hI Mh r.9
hu1ie1liners, '' .r :.- hI 13 -
(naeof th3'1e'1)11 -- iu ' '.
Oti i he i thetir 1113 : 9 99''.
.11 I'09lo 1the ' nd son II 3- Ih-r '
t ( ll(-At). \189 li. 333t ':s \l i . 9
IralM te 1c.x I33'', 33331N9)'( b p i - ' i-,
heat 0and1 thIle 1191' th" h 1933ul 2 93'i
hisa. bod.a Te' o bbersci:1i1 .9113 'r en i' e
drawer:1i.-1 be191hi l' h9e bar 339 - tha i' .
hie rooms.' of i'91lIthe wo a : 9 m', c; :1
333lth 1.on t alo i1howi' t ne 1. : lI
all over the lloor.11 the F.vt 1 rv ii1 l::v
twas thoouhl 'n1ck d 9rs 2.
z )'nha '1:er a n her son- 'lived al:I u,., ;.3'''3
made ci It h-w liint 1nate1 -n: ' nhl, 9 -s>i .l
lut' i e wo(9 l1al i hdte in 119 1y ex'99 19 ,i'
buiIe ,r , ack of c lonib l1 in, :1: anl 't , 'i'
tne'.i;hborhootd tha1' Vt 1he' b: 991 consh!1 I U
w th s etted3l' about' Ilthef 8 reini9'se1.
t:i1ew noit.b wasIel ;Tst cir w9'hen 19l:3'
tIiehti. T h pollel : 9991 'tleav 3333nIIto
lhlitul ut wo wcre111 her W1la1V 9 "ctie
ainih1 tIpet that13311 9.h1 1 een i wiclion.v
the im te.rlis
.F34 iSi1 u3, S. 10'. - o -'ilan( I' I \ er)1'
stable, a~lut ig, htent andl1 1l~I.:mrl nce
sVttreets bwer e most compl9tly ldst
nite by'h nre torI:- tn, talseil.
hoive fomn. ihe theJ)i opp' p'ort1ion of33 19h'
twent andenburt horses' mIt de..ni
the saboe rwa. Tht tnom s f t nn.n
kcown; ntbey parned. Thrg bde have'
Wyeatet t Ithem' core. Adc fors oh.f
bapured toa. tlhfny hL odet nd
jaoil. Te ohremaill ofikely noe elIgI-t
hare bn hehedeauinhngby,
dstof abbviero y ra pstng iiCI
iLin tolenburg,wo 1reshsilier t hh
captane by thJritis gio nnp lAsI
noigh.Tegostied thevcryoht l eaer his
fhuefr tack purpone fofrein, int.,
Mr t. gunbtwuld atteliltextoeaeys
sthem,e wsbual asutdwt
thIbv eut i-tap r n
CHANGES IN STATE LAWS.
Several Suggestion24 Contained In Aunul
C< .liM a, S. C., Nov. 18.--Tho an
nnal eojrt of the Binking fund com
o Jsion lot the liscal year just ended
c(oatim.s a proposed law for the protec
t in and d(velopment, of o ster culture
in thhi,ii State. It says the supply can
he al1n1ost indefiuitely increased by
cirt luI culitire under wise laws, and
mr-(s the legislatue to take soe ac
I,t.n as to 't.e StLate's rights and the iii
ti;t1; of her citizens as shell and st-ed
(yitvis are being vxportud to other
Th. awt proposed provides that the
St ate .iihll have absolite control of all
fiiherii s, thait the governor appoint a
i.h coin iisioner at a salary of $2,100,
lliiig otliee for two years; that rules
lt- iitiwi I or issuing fraichises of litds
It he:ii 1 :h cultivation, which fran
cit's-'s iv be sold at not less thani
*1. 42 1 .1 n , ithe rigits to remain with
tw gra4'J.e or 'is sitcessors forever,
pr ' h.-Ir . Iin, lit eni with in two
i i (lih' 'otiptroller general
! ;k1.( r:nI'Ial siggl'stiolis for
2Lan ing t 'h insitrailc laws. It says
. 'ovI:oes I rom insirance are Jar
l1h- 'h-io 1:i f"rmn Oh same source in
wth(r :3<.Tht- rep)ort inst.ances
N\ u-a ai 2' i-al'ount ot bisine. s es
c 'ipe ; I .\tio. The remelldy suggested
I -1 th ir( rent n101-protVetionl to the
amt't I 1 c:.,m s of losses when contest
'll ad. jmInitits oblaind. is that
: ,ll ep its of South (Carolina bolnds
iW 61h Ily (Ich company. This would
> prevent4. wilI cat conipmies enter
inthe N-klic. T he suiggesti;n is mlade
tl.t -Ili colmanies be clirged the same
" -it ia South Carolina company
- I h. by thI 110 'Itatte icorporatiIg
L-rh 02 ctinia.-es. A separate insirance
'h-jm1!it:i- is advocated, an insurance
CO.tll 1 oSioner to be appointed,%with the
p- ralahank vxamiiner. Bupiilding
I a:7 fwinttions an(d foreign land
:a I assoc4litions11 'shotild be classed
l II IVrIC:0w C1p1111is anId made to
c' 'I U I ibeir 14irtion of Ile taxes.
1 h N: shoillfd it-so amrided that every
'2. (41f bsns 2:entel -i.g the State can
bl it- r a ril,1te.
I m iil (l' id i'vays ill severial in
S:'wci thw ! ettlelillis of Co'unty trezv
mr !:IV not provetd satisfact.ory.
.\ 4n. .1 errors4 have been' I((l dete4cted'h,
< in -cinlu ca-kises innaveluracitts and
in isappropttion.s were foiud, and in
I:' Ii :hortaiges of I reasitrer.s, and in
: N' ' vilb emh nle-'h-its of school
2. were' di.scovvred. This case has
o i- I lir rcI over to i. m courts for strict
iv.tiat 101 (1and action. Th'lie errors
d.1IllIt td lave be 'n rectifie-i and all the
llulnwys la.wed in the p tlhli- treaslry,
pit4 Charloston where there is dtte
the M.t' th 1 m 1 118,i5.29, andl in
Sintei~r 8 .'AI. The14 balance from
222n4 ;.ious 42i of the county treas
MIT Ilrk-M-1 01 i a receipt as a voicher
\\hirb I.r.prly bllonged to and had
11 4 alod 1it nl t.he settleient for the
I 'rn-F iol comes t ine," h. says,
it qlu , v V reasiurers in some cases
d 'il ~'.'t I - I 4IlItIV :1,n1d s1h0o1 f(l]n0s in
; - '11:0 lici N11 hieeor a :imall rate
l't 11' 1 4.2 (tli the sallte, andl oft.en 111r
I It! 1.ln11:g 'clilhtis against these funds
atre 14tuh 'No 21iiney ol hand to Iay
I I2v iThrledy suggested for 1t.hese
i: (':4it i's is havilg one disbursitig
o4-e 44 r Ie StatO, b v ltvinz a slight
22or.. ili the clerical forco of the
v 4 p:<i1 r gIm "wr1c al.
T C'- Itst< ( Ix tending tle time for
i r" 1 1 lent o taxes operates inju
r:!ui.\ 22144n tlhe annual0t settlemtents re
'Iura by4 hI w Th ''e tin112e shiouhI het
* '0d at .huniun-y lYst , and(12 not, Inter fered
wit 211x.5cell 12 extra:>rdiniay cases.
-\ .\ NIT A. N "v. I8.-- It seenis thait
1hen 1. 2o 14nhd 22) the ll in thle price
1i v' t 2t.2n. There'( was a drIop of six
*.'.n ts I2or'- 22p t.o 22o4on. The2 price ait
Io - 10,:;tnanIL ftto was 7.78 centls
Sr a nu. The day before it was 7.81,.
i n.I' o p;2 U-V w:s i'l. T he1 dechtine
a bn .s ad1v. IThere's no6 tellinlg
-h 14o4r i'. will goI, as5 the tre
''''4' 1 tdii Vy !2neMrsilig,
h. 1'. * I21 ' 41a receIip)ts are 82,(t.x0
Tu n ''p:s toI-dayi aL year ago
4-4, b;12- 5 on2ly, a di Iferentce' of
'''444 4 '5. ii- dIihlerenceI lIt price. is
..,uc t1o-4day onei', 126. ye'ar aigo,
h '\t' t . it .' l pr 11oveC a bless
''442 *f4.v' to 24 1h 1'a(rnier," sant( a
4:un' n 22 cii tua i,:ynr :1o a r'eportetr.
I A .41 ith. m1 1(o panit ItIore corn
n tI. It, 2s the sures't~ w2(nt,eri
- 4~t0 22 .uti 2goo(d1JI prit5. The24re
II a (Ii nit.'st 5ing Ihases to the sit.
I .n. l'h t4ea4vy recexipts are unl
1 42blei l t e (en1t4e of tltte 2aiPi (16.
4!2o I ah dwithini two points of
4hi \raehIt a.Wt ev cropis
i' ll Ii. I a atLiural thatL. the price
14444 414I4o a lii tie. I don't believe it.
u.4 M! 44442h lowert, the0 bottom has1
4't 4 n r'''1 2'ned2'i. I hiave' known the
a4' 841nd.41 I toghIt I waIs ding well,
4 2.4 . I he'1 1tner ' ill learn'l a1 1lesson
a:al 1..12 by thi2( ?xpeiencet.
S ' .01 't 1 211r toiy <I itite a pathet(4ic
04"-4 ' ook lailCe. A t 2 o'cliock several11
('42 I\ %%':'2wor b2olitghIt iii for' senltence,
'Il :u '41t of 2 h.cse W.2l"Falcone Assint
,.e 1ho ki Ih'd a b roi ther' COunltryman12 ait
4'J!14 Laie 't'et depjot, O2L soinemonths algo.
.14 4412t:, wi th wihtl tiere is much(1
4 1mpathy% in 124 the 22olmuiity, wasI1 sen1
2 '(nert III Iv!' yea'rs int te nenitenttiry
2 atf 1:11ih2r. i t. was1t patht i4 ini the
('.1rn to114 ote h2(4is exprion4i! win.n('
wor (461f4 1:2 gh sih, and(1 te cou2rt sp)oke
t brough.~i an2 212t 2'rpreter'!. Assum2ta 11s a1
liU' 1ooking youn I)tg felhow, of perhaps
24(r'y Whe I he inIterpreter said( "alt
h1rd12ih2,"12 the pisonier statedct anid
4li'd14 hits htads. "'I canntfot d1( hard'(
b1i'."' lhe 141old 4 his iter1prete'r; "'I htave
'l'hen'r taplung. his forehea4'1d, he'('2 tonti22
edi: "'Ask his5 hontor to gtve 111e some ill
t4I1lle't 6411 11ihor2, and14,1f nec'essalry, ai lon2g
('2 term 22. I 1122 n4ot a (comm2216on laborer' i
2:uy na1tive land(.'' lTe jiidge, 5eeme11d
t4o42ed (, and2( e'xplantei1d to) the pi)isonier
t hat "hiard Ilbor" wasi a1 law te4rmt that
(lid no)?t- ecessar2ily mfeAnI the h;ngdiili
oif rock (' l id s22(1 lle(22 . Stalt..
2)3' 1mmitin2 g 2a i)'octo4r.
\'n's A 2-.ix K y., \'ov. 10).--- A n at
1 ('22np1t. 11as 11ude to assassinIate IDr. WV
C. P<u.i ker, of this~ pla;ce, at 2 o'clock this
3220o22ung. 11 is bed formerly re'sted(
algatist a (16.2r which opened out 0112an
alley, and2( only3 a few (days ago~ hIe made(1(
a1 chtange inl the al1rangemenort of tihe
room and1( bortunatllely, thlouigh unitwit
tongly, saved his own~ life'. A bomb
sll was2L piaced( aigainst the door, the
,b,uildintg waIs lmlost diestroyed1 andl Dr.
f'arker receivedl siight injiuries, 'rie
other occupanits of the h)InIding were
thtrown f'romt their beds. Th le town 1s
wild withy excitemlenit over the attempt.
(OnntVi of Malaute.
JIARINwELL, S. C, o. 7.-After
two I till (lays' work the case against
WmI. L. Me Pail, I or killing P'olicema~n
W. P. B1urpee at Mid way, was given to
the jury, wvho rendered a Verdict of
guilty of umanslaughter withl a recoi
mendatlon to mercv.
CYCLONE IN INDIA.
Later Iteports Make The Disaster
CALCUTTA, Nov. 10.-As further de
tails regarding the cyclone which paissed
over this part of India Monday of last
week are received it is seen that the
damage done is very extensive. Besides
the loss of seventy-seven lives by the
sinking of the Indian government steam
er "Enterlrise'' which foundered at the
Andaman islands and the killing 6'sixty
convicts there is no doubt large loss of
lifei at other places along the coast.
Advices from various parts of Orissa, a
province of India in Bengal. state that
the cyclono passing over that section of
country did great damage. The eastern
part of the province referred to lies
alonr the shores of the Bay of Bengal
and this section was therefore exposed
to the till fury ot the gale which seemed
to gather force as it swept across the
bay. T: e c3clone cleared the path
through the forests. uprooting gigantic
trees and hurfing them aside as though
they were r(-els. No house could stand
the terrible enery4 of the gale and every
dwelling or other structure lin the path of
the c'ycione was either swept irom its
foundations or ItCrally picked up, turnl2
over and deposited at sni,me distance from
tihe place where it had originally stood.
The wind also di 111 mucli1h damage in the
vicinity of Calcutta or at least below
that city. As is vetl known, Calcutta
is the seat of an immense trade by sea
and river, being the natural outlet, for a
trade ot the reat, valleys of the Ganges
and Brannl l'ootra. The city is sit,
uated on 'the east, bank of the loogley
river, the westernmo-t branich of the
Ganges. The lloogly river empties into
the bay of Bengal throu ghi a number of
mouths, the Delta ieng ten miles
across. A large number of vessels were
at anchor off the mouths of the river,
some waii fng for an op portuni I y to as
cetid while others were awaitin-, a iair
winld to put to sea. These vsssels were
in such a posilton that When the L'aie
silddenly hurst it was impossible to save
m1.anV (it thtem. Number drag,ged their
anchors and vere caried i ashore. while
ohmiers, moe fortunate in) their lioldinig
ground, were damaged by tihe pouintitlitg
they received by the enormous seas
which accoip)anied the storm. No es
timate can a1is "ct, he Iade of the total
loss, lbut tronI all tb det aiis r(ceived it
is known positiveiv that, the number o.
persons drowned or killed by falling
trees or flying tehris is very large.
Five Perigh in the 1anillem.
Col'uml milus, 0., Nov. 13.-Une ofthe
most disastrots fires in years, from the
fiet that an entire famil v were con
stimed, occurred here early this morn
ilg, in a row of teinement houses on
North lligh street. The exact ori-in of
tle lire remains a Myste-y, but on the
first, ilurm flames were seen shooting
from the roof, licking ip everythinl
within grasp. The tiremen endeavered
to cnter the roonis, hut the dense smoke
made this useless. One of the captains
did get partially inside the building, but
was pulled out again, nearly suffocated.
Two hours wvere coisuied in Saining
control of the flaimes, and long etl that
every person was supposed to have es
calel. Such, however was not the
It was nearly 4 o'clock this abernoon
when a little girl living in the neighbor
hood0(, with childish curiosity, rummaged
thr-ough the ruins and found a naked
arm, which led to a scrachi and the ulti
mate dhiscovery of live blackened bodies,
burned to a crisp and beyond recogni
tion. Tlhie entire fainily of (Charles- Jicth
ers was destroyed while sleping~ in a
little $ by 12 roni int the seconid story.
They were Charles I ethiers, aged :(t
years; Elizabeth, his wife aged 2$; Cair
rie, aged 9; M yrtie, agedl 6, andI James,
Tlhei clo ck on the mttant im ad stopped
at :2.5 a. mi., itndicatiing the hour of the
tire. In lirhmtimt the flames tiwo ot' thet
pifteineit sIiod inl a wiiiidow seculing a
s'trem injto) this room, witlhoiut discover
tng the(1 dinig occupanimts, who were una
Lontsciious and unalde 'o utte-r a cry. ~
A iie,rriibie Crfi me.
I R Wi NITN, Ga.. Nov. 16.--New s has
r--eceh here of one of the must brutal
inuirdeis that has occurred in Wilkin
son coiitty for many years. Mlrs. .1. M.
Knight, tae wife of a p)rosp)eroius farmt
er living about five miles 1 rom thliis
place, was munrdered1 ini her house, which
was afterward robbed and hnrned to
the ground. F,arly in thme morning M1r.
J. M. Knight, accompanie-d by his two
grown soins, wenit over to a neighbor's
living about three-quarters of a mile
away, to assist in making s3 rap. At
I1) o'clock they saw smoke in the diree
tion of their hotme and they left iuntmte
ditately, reacehittg hiomet in time to find
it en)veloped in liUnes. I hish ing inito
thbe house, thewy foutmd the b ody of A irs.
Knight lyitng in a pool of biloodf. bitt tfhe
laies had gained such fheadway tnait
they wvere unable to rea-h the hodly.
TVhtere it ireiiainted iinltilI thle houise wats
bitrned. it is siupposedf t hat aftuer i[r i.
KnightI and his sins had lhft, thle lhuir
glar ent.eredt the house, bitt was su r
prised by Mirs. Knight, retur nig Itoma
the cowpen , where shte hail been t nilk -
ing; and that t h burglari killed tier ainuf
burned the house ini order to hhhd- allI
piroof of lisa guilt. A hatchet andl (hi.,el
which had been flt by Mir. Kumught ott
lie porch were tmissfig. lThe hatchet,
wias f ound neat- the buody of Mirs. Kig hit
andl( thle chisel [tear oiie of the triitiks.
A party of gentleaan from this place'l
w ent over to thle sceneit of' the traigedy.
Ihe retmainis of t rs. Knigh t werie taken
from thle rinfis. Ne-arty thle en tire body
was consumed, except a part of her
back and head. I ler hait-, beinig clotted
with blood, wais not burned. No elite
to the perpetr-ator of' this tienidishi nct
thas been liitud as yet. 'The murd ~er-er
inade ofl' with abmot Sl.
she (ilave nirith to 'I rlplte.
N m-:w Eoy t'-r, N. ,1., Nov. 15. -~-Three
clildiren went- recent ly addedl to thei
fatiily of Mir. andt M rs. CaIe.a I hopkins
t wo girls anid a boy. Great ii.terest in
the evenit has been showit in t to neigh -
borhtood, and hundreds of pet plo have
visitedl the mother and her hbies at
their home ini Archtertown (liring the
past ten dtays. T1he little hiouset was;
tilled with interestedl spectautors on the
occassion of the christening last week,
when the [name of Grover Cleveland'
hlopklts wvas coniferred upon tte boy,
and the girls wvere naimedl respectively
FrancIs Cleveland 11h0pkins atid l~tt
Clevelandl lopkins. TIhte baubit arc
bright andl appear to be in excellet
A Jreicuiiir neath.
URnANA, 0,, Nov. 13.-T'homnas
WVinn, a 13-year-oldi boy, met his deat,h
in a pecubar- manner. In company with
another boy ot like age lie was playing
about a bouflre and the two were jump
ing over the flames. Each startedh to
jump at the same time from a (lierent
directionm, and thtere was a collison. The
boys' heads came together with a lond
report. Winn eufl'er'ing the greatest in
jury. The bumnb caused concuss:on of
the brain and the boy died in a few hours
SENATOR IlRBY TALKS.
SATISFIEJ THE ALLIANCE MEN ARE
ALL GOOD DEMOCRATS.
They Will Staind by UI.v01aud If he is
Nonlinate4l-Thilk Tmanan Will be ltc
elected---The Executive C0omm111ittee
and the liankull M tn.
LAURENS, S. C., Nov. 12._-- had a
talk with Senator .J. L. M. Irby this
morning and he talked very freely of
the many subjects that are interesting
our people now. When asked who he
thought the democrats would noninate
for president next year Senator lrby
"There is not one of the democratc
candidates more objectionable to the
Farmers' Alliance than Cleveiand on ac
count of his views on tim silver'iues
tion but I a mconfident he will be nomi
nated, and wh(n lie is I believe the alli
[men of South Carolina will fall into line
and support hima a1mo.ti* to a man.
There may be a few like Keitt who will
not vote for him, but they will never
amotlut to much.
"The Farmers' Alliancemen of this
State are democrats and they may be re
lied upon to vote for I lie democratic
lnminee, if it is the devil.
"They believe in the sub-treasury and
will do all they can to have it, embodied
in the platiorm of the national demlioc
rmcy, but if it ii not that will not affect
their support of tIe notninees."
W\,lhen asked by a bystander, an enthu
siastic Tillmanite, whether those who
supported IItskeli last year woild be
allowed to vote in te primaries next
year, Seiiat,or 1rhy said that being chair
man of the St ate executive com'nittee
Ie must deelinO to express an oplinion oil
that question "at this time." lie said
that, those who voted for I laskell last
year were "disorganiZeId democrats,"
and at the next imeeting of the 0 eci
tive comiiit tee, which lie would call
about .1anu1ary 1it, they wouldl decide
whether such "disorganizel deniocrats"
were included inl tne deliaition "all
known deteratn" laid (own by the
constitition of the democratic party of
S oulth Carolina.
Senator Ir!y said when asked about
tle outlook in State politics nlexl year,
that Tillian had mad ani excellent
governor and was entitled to a reelec
tion and that, it did not appear tliat he
would have any trouble in getting it.
Referring back to the celebrated
"March convention" Senator Irby said
it, was absolitely esiential to Tillman's
election and that Tilhan would never
have made the race without that nomi
nation, for,if Ie had, it wouldhave jis
tilied all those accusations that he only
Senator Irby said1 most emphatically
that he did not believe that t lie tarmers
of South Carolina endorsed in the least
the talk of bolting and third party so
freely indulged in by Polk and Keitt.
Und for- thlt C. 0. P. lsomms.
W Ash INGTON, Nov. I6.-The Supremic
Court of the i Dis uict of Colunmbia to
day overruled the demurrer of Charles
A. Nvewton, President ot the Old )omin
ion Rlepublican L,eague, charged with
violation of the Civil Service Act for
biddi ng the solicitation or receiving po
litical contributions in government
buildings. Newton sent a circular ask
ing persons to become members of the
league, paying .1 initiation fee and 25
cents a month and further contribu
tions if 1 t he' could aIfford to aid in th e
campaign. TJhe demurrer contended
that lhe law had not been v'iolatedl and
if so wats unconstittutional. T1he court
said that.C'ongress in the reasonable ex
er-cisc ot its piowers prohibIitedl political
solicitations 01r cont.ributions1 in ptublic
bitildlings ando this was not an miring
mnent ot constittijonial rights.
Civil -ervice C'oziumissioner Tfhomp
soni said hie I houg.ht t Ihe. efTeect of the tIe
cision wvill be to pitctically stop polit
icail lssSe.stieiits and to leave a.d govi rni
titent eni iploy ees free to contribtute or
hlot as5 1hey see lit.
I-:s Moi xi:-, IowA, Nov. 12.--T'he
coun ty boa rd s of sutpervisors h ave at last
revised the canivass of the~ voLte ast lit
thei lust elect ein. The ret urns receivedl
by lie lI egis ter- romi all counties make
the total vote cast for- :->vernor 4i20,214l.
Thsis the largest, vote ever- cast, ini the
t,ion in 1SM' was 40t l.t 00. lioies, tdemo
erat, received 21)7.574; W heeler, repun
l'e-an, 190.375; WVesiall, alliance, 11,527;
G ibson, pribliition, 9o2. .Jioies plurali
tv is 8,200 , lacking 4l,'2s oh beit;g a ma
jority. Twovi years aigo G overnIor~ Ioies
lacked only 40l of h avingi. a nmajority of
all votes cast in the Shi te. Fore lieu
tenant go ver-tnor, Its tow, democat,
received 2(04,822, \'au Ilouten, repubtlli
cani, 200,t5S0; u~estow's plurality, 4,242.
F'or juiche of siup reme (-ourt, Kine, denm
or iat. 2utI,6 I 9; \'eveir, relpublicati, 2001,.
416,. Kime's pluirahit*, 8,158. For sup
(iiin tceent of publi1c inlstrutction , Knep
can, 2e 2, 8% , Knoepp ler's 1)lutral ity, 893.
tinists chtiiti t ha:t 25,(Kr namies have
bieen signed in t lie State pr:tying the
L egislaturent to pass it prohiibition bill.
P etitionis will be ci rculat e'd it the city
sooni. Sotnte (ountenr petitions are also
be ig circuilat ted in the State, niotably in
Ciarlestoin. Tlhere is piroimise of a lively
light wh-len the meatsutre is brought, be
fot e te Legislature. 'The light preci
p)itatted by the prohibitionists will be
hotly contest,ed by thle ant is. Not only
is Charleston tip in aims against the
piropotsedl law but the aniti-pirohibition
ist1a of this cit y will take an active hand
ini it. A copy of the Charlestoni petition
auga ist the prnoposedI latw ha~s been re
ceivyed in thie cit.y anid it will be ci rcui
lated here. A pietitLion of1 Charlestion
parties ha;s also b)een received prayinig
t,he Legielatuire not to increase the
license. 'Thiese petit ions will bie circti
lated in the cit y. Thle anit i-pronibition
ists have bit-n stirred tip by the acti vity
of t heIr opponents antd a great lIght is
on between the contenidinrg forces.-! e~
-' . '4 rg6 4
N. WV. T'l'ir. 1:34 Main Street Co
luiiilla, S. C., sells ianlos anid Organs,
directt f roim fatct tory. No agen ts' comi
miiissionst. 'The celebrated Chicekering
P ianto. Ma~~tishek Pianio, celebrated
for its cleanness of tone, lightness of
touch aind lasting (iualities. Mason &
I lamnlin Upright Piano. Sterling Up
right Pianios, from $225 tip. Maston &
II amilin Or-gans surpassed b.y none. Ster
hing Organ-i, 350 up. Every Inistrunient
guatranteed for six years. Filteen days'
ial, expenses both ways, if niot satis -
tcteriv. Sold on Iustaliments.
Power of thce Lottery.
N F.w Y onK, Nov. 12.--Bishiop Potter
presided at a meeting in Chiickering
ll all to-n ighlt, the object of whIch was
to protest against the Louislanai Lot
tery. Ex-Mayor A. 5, llewitt, one of
'the speakers, advert.ed to the practical
power of the lottery people and their
att.empt to control thie State govern
ment, iIe decleared that in 18711 the
electoral vote of the State wvas olTered
t,o him for money and he declined to
A Northerner's Estimite of His charactet
The following is an extract from ati
article written for Harper's Magazint
for November. The article is entitled
"Stonewall" Jackson and was written
by Dr. I1. H. Field:
The midsummer of this year wit,
nessed a scene in the mountains of Vir.
ginia that recalled the events of a pasl
gereration. The 21St of July was tht
thirtieth anniversary of Bull Run
where North and South met in the firal
real battle of war, for the engagementt
in West Virginia, near the Ohio, hard
I yrose to the dignity of battles. Bul
T1ull Rtin was a conflict of armies, ii:
which both sides took their first lesson
in war, and out of which came at leasi
one great soldier, whp stood so tlrmil
while the battle raged around him thati
others who were broken and dismayet
took courage as they saw his unshaker
colunun standing "like a stonewall,'
from which he received the nam
"Stonewall" Jackson. This was tht
hero to whom a monument is now to h
uiveiled in Lexington, where he i.
buried. Of those who stood beside hin
on that bloody day thirty years ago, i
most all ha:I followed him to the grave
but the survivors, the shattered wrecki
of war, caine from far and near to dt
honor to him wh. onceled them to bat
tie, And wept with overpowering emo
tion at the grave of their beloved com.
The demonstration furnishes an oc
casion for a northerner to give his opin
ion of this extraordinary man. Th(
years that have passed have reinovec
us so far from the great tragedy, of th(
war, and from the passion it aroused
that we can do justice even to thos(
who were in arms against us; and nr
one can read the history of Stpnewal
#Jacksou without recognizing in hiiy
all the qualities that go to make a pop
ular hero. As a soldier some coin
petent critics rank him as the first tho
war produced on either side. Not tha
he was at the head of the largest army
or undertook the most extensive miii
itary operations, but that with thl
means that he had, he accomplishe(
inore than any other commander. Ii
had made a sf tidy of the campaigns o
N apoleon, and saw that success lay no
merely in having "the strongest battal
ions," but in secrecy of designs and ra
pidity of execution.
In the latter he outdid even Napo
leon himself, training his men to sucl
a pitch of endurance that he coub
"rush" them t,wenty-live miles a da,
over a broken country, across river
and over mountains, and fight a battil
as the sun was going down. Nothinj
ini the xvar gave more decisive proof o
military genius than the campaign it
the Shenandoah Valley in the spring o
1862-the only one which lie conducte<
absolutely alone, with no iiiterferen,
from those above him-where lie wa
pitted not against one army, but fom
under 1anks, Fremont, Shields ain
Milroy, advancing upon him from dil
ferent quarters, and oitniani-uver11
fhem all, attacking and defeating eacl
in turn till he drove them, one afte
another, out of the valley, when he gav
all the slip and, crossing the Blue Ridg
iti one of his rapid iarches, suddenl
appeared on the flank of McCiellan'
army before Richmond. That decile
the Peninsular campaign, when I
turned north, and by a bold inovemen
threw himself between Pope and Wash
ington,and thesecond 1111un prove
far more bloody than the fIrst.
All this is matter of history, which I
is niot necessary to recall, nor to folio ,
time tireless solier to IIar per's Ferry, t
Antietam, to Fredericksbuirg anid Chan
cellorsville, where lhe fell at the ver;
muomenit that the great flank movemen
which he had conceived anid cond uctei
land si r tck the Unin army with
shock from which it reeled and coub
not recover, but sought safety on th
othetr side of' the itappahmannock, wvhici
it had crossed onily a fewv days before ii
all tihe conlidernce of victory. TIhis is
recordl of con,tin uedI success which it i
hard to find ano)ther' exam ple in ou
own history, or, indteed, ini any other.
Brutal Attack on Sai SmaliN.
ATLANTx'A Nov. 12.-'l.'hre was
short hut liv~ely light in Nash's harber
shop on Peachtree street shortly afte
noon. Th'le part.icipants were llev. San
Smiall, the wvell known evangelist aml
one of the leademrs of the anti-barron
movement, arid Thomas A. Minor,.
saloon keeper at 1361 Decatur street.
Certain allusions which Mr. Smnai
had made in his public speeches at Pro
hibition hail about Mr. Minor and hi:
saloon are what brought about thme at
tack. It lasted only --bout halt a minl
ute, and was over before anyone out
side of the barbershop could have theti
Mr. Small was seen and asked aboul
the difliculty, and saidl:
'"le didmn't hurt me much, for I hmelt
uIp iiy arm this wamy andl warded tof
tihe blows. Pr'tt.y soon1 we cluitchiet
and( fell to the floor. I w.:s uder t ha
manm. Time barber here pulledi h im o f
and as lie went out of the door ho saidi
'l reckon you'll know Trom Mmno,
"D)o you kniow what he attacked y'or
for?" was asked.
"Yes. I stateud in my sp)eechmes al
p'rohibition hall th'it I had been t.k
that policemen were statioiied in froni
or Ainior's saloon on iDecatur streHt t<
tal:e care of thte bums that came out."
"Did you know Minor ?"
No; never saw him b)efore."
Was nothing else said ?"
No, that's all."
Mr. Smalls stoodi up to have the dus1
brushed off his clothes and then walket
out of tihe barbershop with his golt
spectacles in his hand.
Ils Mother Got Drunk,
Wi Li1-:snAlnaE, I'am., Nov. 17.-Wil
liami Jtudd(y, a young man aged 26 years
cornmitted suicide in a most sensation
al manner at his home in tils city thi
morning. It is allege'l that Utudd
came home anti found that his mnothie
had dlramnk to excess. TIhis so trot- ble(
him tha the resolved to make way witl
himiself. lie engagedl in some hot wvordt
with his mothler who replied inocking
ly. D)riven to dlesperation by his moth
er's words, ituddy poured coal oil evel
himnsell <uid by thrusting has hand int<
the fire became enveloped ini flames. iIt
then seizetd a sharp knife and( stabbet
hii mnself over the heart inflicting a woum
that wold fin itself' result fatally, Iii
wvas terribly bnrned, his flesh hanging
in shreds and in a short time dleath end
edl his excruciating suffering. Thu
flames from his clothing soon set firn
to the interior of the dIwehlig, and th(
lire dlepartment was calledl out, thu
structure being saved after some raph
nroke the Record,
WIELINO, Nov. 16.-Fritz Yado
who lives in this city, is a young mar
about 25 years of age, weighs 14(
pounids, and( Is rather slender. Hei
doesn't look like a man with an abnor
mnal appetite, but has demonstrated thal
lie has one, mand broke the record in
Wheeling by eating In the space o0
three hours eighteen ordinary dlishes o1
st.eamed oysters with "trimming," an<
twenty-four large ham sandwiches
"washing" each one down with a glasi
Mull1 pays Ulf).
AC GuMr OF-VM THAV I i v r AOA
UN RIPWIPATI-), 130 o -:or m:',A1 .
"STR11<E in .E T D moN N- I or.
Write for Uat:tlogu now, aii( say whd
paper yousaw this. vtI.mm in.
.Aeember tha.t I stl1 evervi: Hith
(183to furnisainls a heie-1uminItu,
Ing some things al 1.uying ot.cr.; in ti
largest possible lot,, whih elnale. .
wip0 out all comylctitio'k.
HERE ARE A FEW OF MY )TA Rl
A No. 7 Flat top Cooking Stwve. 1
siz, 15x17 inch oven, litted with 21 pIee
of ware, delivered at your own depo
aH freight charges paid by mo, fo
only Twelve Dollarb.
Again, I will stll you a 5 hole Uooki
Range 13x1J inch oven, 18x26 Inch top, Ui
ted with 21 pieces 01 wate, fr TIlt
TEEN DOLLARS, and pay Lia) I reigilt 1
DO NOT PAY 'WO 1lUCE6 FO
IL Q UR It '0J) 6.
I will send you a .ice plush- Fariw :.ill
walnut fralie, e;,beor in (Cmibi ttion
banded, the o st style,hl (Ilors I : :.
to your .iiI1Iad :>tatio, 1 i:hta.
I will al-osel voil a nice UeAl, 'ic ;
consbistinlg of 1;alean with gae
table, 4 cane seat e:ur.,, Ce.. wat au
back rocker zti 1 . . I 14;",
to your depot.
Or I will send you a!n elgant .e,room
sui; with large glas6, I u; t I op 04 i.
430, and pay ireigil.
Nice winttov shiade tfl -ui . 1
Elegant atrge walnut, tiny cloex. 4.0
Lace curtains per window, 1,
icannot describe everyLtii ii, a SIa.
advertisentent, but have an ini1Inse st0i
containing 22,60 feet of itoor room, wit
ware housesaind factory buitling:,in olhI
partz- of Augusta, nakig inl all the la
gest business 01 this kind under one tuL
agIelent in tho SoutlerM i.teo. Theb
stol(eland warehouses are crowted wit
the choicest productions of the best fact<
ries. My catalogue contaiiinig illu:>tratioi
ol g s will be lutiltd it oul wit! khul
P.- 1'ay ,lie . \
dG 3.1t arpet .re
4 -M7 h , h -edi.
A I n CO& lC 0U11
year 80. upilsi r . threeA out
leelo te e,. 0 fee abve Colum
128 fet abov Aike . Eleant~4 buli
OLyeoegevinte Ctteth llaeg
laies aidethis wayS i'iitilast M le,Ar. E pln:
monthi ls.t I100Ito rt,0 (musie, I30 bookke
itrng 10.l Nexti sesion ps hIepend
23dar c11iaterogu haddso C hs.
levelof th sea 40 Ae YN'oE A . ouM,
Youn laiescanboatiiththPre side
OSly C-3ollg nteSa.t Leesvle, S.1 l
Iiinfo youn woldet prtc yoursl
fry oin PaOinful. Wor fse,eie Scant
la upprised orayls trrgar Mehn
std Fruatilon yoC ma st ue
R . EGUL ANTOA.R.
SepnTima311i(1, prcsil 6, 1. ,
Thrs wi cetiyth ti. 1w member, o'Sc mt
bengtratithout benen1l.t bythsiian
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ONE (EINT PElt POUNfD AlY
At the gin of Mr. F. H. Roberts i aIeh.
land County, JuBt before starting his Sallor
Elevator one bale had been ginned by the
old method. Just after starting the Rleva
tor another bale was ginned from the same
pile. Without knowing this fact the cotton
buyer offered one cent per pound more for
the bale ginned with the use of the Eleva
ter. Read the statements of the buyer and
This will certify that of two samples et
cotton effered us today by Mr. Rowan Rose
the market value of one exceeded that of
the other by one cent per pound.
[Signed.) D. CRAWVFORD & SONS.
Thiss will certify that the two bales of
cotton offered as above were loh from the
same pile of seed cotton, and( gInned in the
same gIn. One was carried to the gina.
b)askets and ene through the Sailor See4
(Signed.) J. R. ROSE.
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