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TWO TEARS MORE.
THE GOVERNOR ENTERS UPON HIS b
SECOND TERM. e
The Inaugurat ion Coresuonles at Colum- 0
bia-The A<lti-o --A Ilitnt to the Law
m'ukera to Read the (overnor'i Mes
t9a 1.e. -
COLUMBIA, Nov. 30.-G ernor Till- el
man and his Cabinet today at noon en- 8'
tered upon their second term of ofice.
The inauguration cerenouies were un
pretentious in the extreme and lasted t
only eight ininut . Governor Tillman,
the hero of the occasion, made quite a
brief and somewhat ordinary speech. C
Quite a large crowd waa attracted to i
the hall of the House of Itepresenta- (
tives, where the r?remnonies were to be c
held at noon. Among the audience,
and naturally one of the most interest- I
ed, was Mrs. Tilluan,
At 12 o'c)ock the Senate was an.
nounced, and shortly afterwards the
inauguration procession arrived in this
Governor Tillman with Senator )er
ham, Lieutenant Governor Gary with
Representative Muall, Chief Justice
Mclver with Senator 1laza-d, A,soci
ate Justice McGawan with liepresen
tative Whitmire, Associate a ustice
Pope with Ieprsentative Moses, State
Treasurer Bates and Secretary of State
Tindal, Adjt. Gien. Farley and Attor
ney General lclaurin, Attorney Gen
eral Townsend and Superintendent of
Governor Tillman wore his cutom
ary dark suit, And carried his fanous
slouch hat in his hand. l1 appeared
very much more serious than usual.
Speaker Jones announec .1 that Govern
or Tillman was present, and ready to
qualify, whereupon Chief J ustice Mc
Iver administered tho oath of office.
Governor Tillniman turne'l towards
the audienlevalnd , (:
THE INAV0UN A , A 1)n .s .
Gentlemen of the Genvral A,.semibly:
In appearing before you to ,,ql,unv for
the Second time ihe high and reslponst
ble otlice to which I have be-n (lected
by the people I valnot be obiivi\ous,
and my hv:art deeply - als gra.1tude
for the honor conferreu upon ni: but,
the Senso ol1 r 'onsibilit.y ontItweiglL.
and sinks imo insini03llance ;0y ItTl.
ing ot sol estt oim.
These hlav0 I -n ) troublous ti imes in)
South Carol iTn?,t1i4t 0of( L:p agitation.
discussion, a.irr csivye i h teght c(mibat.
ing with contevutihe thouih. I haV
boen put foi w:rd a Ute exponent of
that demand i the ,a.;tte whicth scels
for better things, for iiprovement,
for progress, aiil to the best ol 1inY
ability I have counit,1li1d tho pwple '
this State in the way whlich I hwliev
-will lead to improvencut. Sinie lmv ve
been Lw-dnlice I hmve hia4 ;-i e ye single
t W public welfare, and Jooked only
ithe benefit aid tihe glory of theState
and its people. AIy pr't must bll a
guarantoo for mili futiire.
In my intaugural address, inl tihe mle
sago which I sent to your predeCes,)rs
a year ago, in the i l'isage whch I had
t,, honor to send you last, week, I have
discussed fully and trankly mot of tho
important questions -it-ating t he ptib
lie mind. MIt position is well undor
stocd by er '4 -i"d every one of you,
that is, those ot you who taken the
trouble to read N% hat I have said. .Now, 1
that may sound strange, nevertheless
experience provews to IM! that uiessages
fron the Exeeultiv. while ie(jired by
the Constitution, very frejuvitly are
not read by legialt ors and, like th re
comnendaitiis of gr'ani jurIs, pass
out of sight ulnhie tied, and 1 oto say
that many mnembfers of this I ionse, i'f
they are like iloheir pred -essor-s, haive
not read my message. Theiy have noti
readi previous nU' a:ges, bht it s iiiply
refer you to ther.. It you hatve anyi
dlesi re to seei where I st and ont any pubi
.Ic qt)ionItl you enn lin d it th ermin;
and it wvill 1 e ai constutII ion (of your
time1 for me toi relhear se :anltI repeat
what is so well known, and w"hat, is so
eaisi ly accessible. I thlerefore will not,
consu ine any more time anid leave you u
to the con sideramion of thle ilan1y im a
portant questions which conl roint. voi, a'
which you were sent, hiere t.o aoc'omi-n
pilisht, confIi dentily hiopinug thaIt you. will
give those tiutC tionis thiat, deep thoiught
and that car-nest invent igaltion wvhiichi
tecondition of this St ute requires.
of anly applause ailil everyone, froim ~
Governor Tillman down, low. ed or r
the occaision ini rathe.r a serious tUnm
an exulting way.b
Speaker ,Jones anniouncte i. thle pres- f<
ence of Lieutenant Gove inor Gary, who t
wa'; duly sworni in. 'he I aiCut enant I
Governor reserv-ed his adidr' s unt ii th~e v
Senators ret.urned to the Seniat e Chamn- s
ber, when lie spoke as fellows:(
'rIIa Li IcuTENANTr (u v i-:lNxoit's IJTTi:
linorable Senators: An ex lierrence
of two years as presiding ohlicier over
the deltberations of thlis boidy has1
caused me~ to reabr t.li e holdinrg
of public oilico birings wvithI it grave re- F
pressed mue with It,ie d;lienit -liduties oh a
the olce to wvh ich the popjle havte
again elected me. 'i
The quialitijes 'vbichi Sir W.i- -'eortt,
afterwards Lord 5 owell, c'aimils a pire- ~
v'aried, and cause ui ho ave- isgiv ing|
in enterinig upton the iimmet iofi the
luties of tis oilee2. I his swe 'inl '
nominatinug Mir. Si).2.r A bha.n: ftor r .
election in 1812L h s detib"l hoe yiral
ities as follow: u
"To an einl:tgeni it of ndad. e;ialei :3
of emibrac:ingi h.- mi :M comipreaenisive. T
subjects must 1.e ;Uaded te fa cul t of h
dlescending wvithi pr -ision to thle tast bi
minute; to at inaciouts respect for w
forms, a liberal reier~d for pirincipoles: to
habits of habe oius re. arebi, po0wers ot
prompt and instant decision; to a joal- m
ous atiectioni for the pinvilegi 9 0f the Ia
House, an awful sense of it s duities; to ii
a firmness that can r< 'ist solicitatin, aih
suavity of~ nature that c:'' ri leive it C
without impatience; antd to a dignil y
of pubice demeanor, suited to thequta!i - dI
ty of great affairs, anid commiianding~ n
the respect that is requisite to condutct- ci
lng them, an urbanity of private maun- vi
ners that can soften the aisperities of te
business and adorn an oflice of severe iih
-labor with the conciliatory elegance . M
of a station of ease." hi
There is however a "silver lining to J
the clou:1, when we recall the courtesy ~
and kinci assistance shown by those
connected during the past two years
with this honorable bo-iy, by which our
labors were greatly lightened, and that he
which other wise would have been a 1)
task converted into a real pleasure.
.[n the recent elections the people
have great cause for rejoicing through
out our entire country, and much for or
which to be thankfr'. The legislation Is
which they demand is k-1o0wn by those be
whom they have elected to office, and fle
S'- they will watch with great interest the wI
*progress that Is made in that direction, an
S Wegagain bespeak your hearty co-op- ha'
O ratiob in the work to corra before us, jj
d1~Q pledge you to do all in our power int4
dispatch business and make the Ia
~i( klngthe bleslags of God over P9
delibeation's and trusuiog that co
* .abring forth good for all, I Jy
e $l8h6 Senate ready for buui- tio:
'the entire inauguration ceremonieb
ere over in ten muinuteo, Pnd both
>dies resumed work on the day's cal.
The exercises were happily devoid
any undue ponaposity or exir't.ion
ier the recant victory.
A Fanous Oase's Sudden End.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. .-The now
mtous Agricultural Hall case exists no
n!er. It has cvme to quite a sudden
ding,. and on the face of it it would
lem that Uovernor Tillman had won a
ictc,ry, yet something more tban hu.
ian ,gency is the cause ot the sudden
rnunat,ion of the case.
When it became noised about the
treets late yesterday alternoon that the
ase had teriminated. and would not'comie
p for a h .riug in the United States
dourt next week, is anticipated, it
reatedI somewhat of a spusation. Gov
rnor Tillman'a attorneys would not
Lave anything to say about the matter
vhen asked for the condition "ot thinis,
ind Governor Tillmian could only say
hat he had heard some rumors.
When Mr. W. II. Lyles was called
.ipon and was asked about the ruim-r
L'at the case had eude(l, he said:
"Yes, Puch is the case. The Agricul
Lural Hall c v4e i4 at an end. A motion
or an order ol discotnuanice will be
made belore Judi(c Simonton tomorrow
morning by Mr. 1. S. Muller. The dis
ontinluiance of .he Cease was caused by
the death of oae of the defendants, Mr.
G. V. omilliette. The reason For this
lies in tie fact that Mr. CouIette was
Ohe man who was actually in posseislon
Df tie hu.ldiny- at the time the suit was
brou-it. This, i the law, anuls the
ut. The lIrge majority of the neople
though,t that the death of Mr. Coulliette
would merely have the effect oft makio
Gov. TJllman the sole def1,an t in the
ease, an no One 1an1ticipated such t con.
Lii.enzy as has ansen. No doubt the
Ltrul.eer, of Clemsoi Colie,e will now
'nt1 mor e! put th bl(-u Ililding Uo at pulbie
alCuO an(I ea weavor to v,,cii it to Lt
hiLhes hdd.r ill ordler to get the money
laerewi hi :. c.ry on ( :e, work at Celim.
Illopln AgRin8t 11opo.
V A ' IN(lTN, Nov..30.- Ollice-lhold
:rs uncidr the Hepliblicanl Selate are
turally soiewlat, alxiouis as lo th1C
olitical - miplexion of hat body in Lhe
l-y-th-irdl Con 're, as andl Somei oflhe
Ae still firiiilng upon a pomsAble R.puab
licani joril.y. Tme re claiming forty
Lbrep 4)m.crats ult Ppulists aN:l orty
ve h b n re eh.11-able 1iL 1:c:,
howev, app Ivr to fort y-three Demo.
.vrat-. iforty-one itlepablu'm, and four
who %will prohably a with the
In L it vet f a i44 1 the i p,m til' questitl
(f r z the Seniate, the j:ower
I the Vie-l'resident to .ivhele c hi'
Vote b("(foil a qflues.-Ion ii! inenter .
This ilusion1 wa.s mettlldl when Mi.,
Artiur11 as,umucl dhe iprifdec y of le
'enIte w 1. A motion t) :s rua
11ution of Si:r:rttor Jl'entlen, ta. re-r
-itnize the -enate on a Demio-,ratic hal,k.
waw left, to the decioing vote of Mr.
Ar thur, Who volted with tie luublica,
lthus postponiin the ror'an;z.vion.
h'ater, when Senator Art.hony proj)o:sedt
.he reoraaizaLion of the bodv oin a i e
tublicani 1) isis, lie result, of ie vote 11
,lhe motion was a tie, and Mr. Arlhur
ast lie deciding vote, giving the r or
-1niz:ttion to this party.
Swmitor [Jill oI Georgia and([ Selnator
ialAblivy of' 1htware e,nte-Aetl the
'i,,hit of the Vice-I 'resident lo c:ist, the
leeche vol e oul qjuestiot's alciniig
copl..t 14o11, but Sen:rttor Sim e:( ite~d
I tiTehdent for th lie Utib)licansi' lhitm
hai t w:) estaljiChd s'nle timeja in te
r ihiar ial~ h ~iwo Illstale's e':d are~
,aebuain ;i .0 h e alliIielenit pre eent for
dr. So.vetnson to fol 1 it if: Sena tte
fiouIl be eyeld]y dfvided [1: lb; I'd! ,
OievFI:mna ini Otanieriy,
lidn today.I on Jroadwarter 18shind(
ma the :arrival of Sheiril S:ramuel .1 atrvis,
I Noi thampt'lon otun ty, with1 a sutan
Ions, whic l hel l sougaht to a erve oni
'residenlit-elect Clfevelandl. IIe 4.untie
vear from the m:ainlandl at 2 o'clo..k th:is
flernoonr, hit was:l forced to warit mtil
IC g:min'g paarty recturned from t ti
ay's .spor't b)ef)t pr'esentn th le d ieu..
TheII shiac'f1 was .eeni by a rep'lorte.r,
uat lhe wvas uniable to furnish aniyin
)rmat ion <xcept, that th1e summonsr wars
appear before thle L hauticry cort at
tihmond. iIe (did not know whatl came
ras inivolved. iIe ated that w hen the
umtnions reachred him for sea vice at
'ape Chaar'les Coy ~, wich am the :ountty
eart of this counity, lie regarded the
'hole arfl'as* as a practical j Ike. UT 11)n
.n'mg 'Ahe clerk oft the couirt at Rich
10ond het rec'eiv((d :n r :suratnce thatf t he
oaieumet ua ;) ineii:, iand 10ome to Il '.
iore r a noin ii' 'hU a'ur p. of e:arrybo:c
ut hus m strai htis . [e aoid not ~ ei t
ny~ Im,-")etrs a the sube!.
Tlc* da'kiin I arty . hul: ,vrt out in
lulled -hortly anera I o'clock, aduu re
al cedtliet 'it . Mr 'i. ('tev'ehan.i
'et'u Ii) the )'sia' lo iol withr Geor'.e
L)2h1ty, who h>aded14( his :,;un,. lIe
'ed 9brartt, tG red heads ad 53u r
i. Mr. I ):tyh, 'ccui)ed aL statioary
md and114 hi! ed I I bha dls.Ii I:r is p'e.e'd
j. V Ton Ilomb!. e> 'ak ourt
hiomias h'mt ar mnuemberi 't the 421)
1 im shooting nateri fowl. l.. pm.~ -iit,
Ii (entirel.y inderem(Ien.ft ofl theowher.
T'l-: stI'MM(xs i:x.t 2 N i
ll e.' alroN I), \'a,, N~ ov. ;'), -Stvyg
ointhis argo, Mr. WVahs l4. Smuithi, a
wyer w ho liveti ma Ch :sterliehl :-onn tae
gan suitL el the clhnceriy court ('f this
Ly artrast Ma'otn and(0 ohers in 'onee.
') with the settle aeint of the St-'t:
bl. Ansong throse who were sum
one d to arppeu". i'r court isi P'reidet-.
ect Cleveland, a member of the ail
sory commit.tee to the ( !2ott cotmmit.
e. The sumnmotns is returnale otn the
'et day of the lDeet mber term, next
onday. 5P'rcsident-elect, Clcvelr 'd will
tve to appear in personi unless the
aedge allowts hi n to be r'epresen ted by
Ortaihed by thme Iee.
WASIIINToVN, Nov. ~3.--eport.s
Lye been receivedl at thre treasuary de
irtmient from the Alaskani water's that
e whlaling~ bark IIelenr Mar, of S.mi
'ancisco, had been crushed um by ice
e throusand miles north of St. Georg
land., The whaler Oscala on Octo
r 8 pickced tup flye men f r'om a lake of
ating ace, all badly frozen. The
ialer Freeman the next day paicked upl
other of the crew, who (lied three dlays
,or. The remaiader of' the crew of' the
slen Mar, numbering forty men, andl
:iuding Capt. axter, ershed,
W1ANY OF~ THlE papers that are op.
Bed to G*ov. Tillman politically have
liplimented hIs message very high
and endorses many of his sugges
Th AletihodIst Preachere and Where
They HAve Iseen Sent,
Blow will he found the appoint.
ments as made by Bishop Hendrix at
the meetig of the 8outh Carolina Con.
ference lately held in Charleston:
CNARLUMTON T1TRICT-R. N. WELLS. P. i.
Charleston. 'Inity, W. R. Richardson.
Bethel, ,1. A. Cl[fton.
tpring treet, J. L. Stkes.
Cumberland, J. C. Yoigue.
McClellaivillo, Supplied by W. R.
Berkeley, V. E. Wlggins.
Summ1lerville, W. M. Duncan.
Cypress. W. A. Wright.
l0geville, J. Ia. Thacer.
iFt. George's, A. J. Cauthen.
Reevesville and St. Pauls, Supplied by
J. 0. Welsh.
Coll"ton, C. E. Wiggins.
Itound 0, 1). R. Brown.
Walterboro Station, '. L, Kirton.
lendersonville. 8. 5. Blanchard.
Hampton, A. C. Walker.
Allendale, P. F. Kistler.
Black Swamp, It. L. Ilolroyd.
Hardeevi.ie, David Ilucks.
Beauifort, J. V. Kilgo.
CHIESrEH D'STRICT--o. T. HAIM ON P. E
Chester, J. V. DaUel.
Chester Circuit, G. It. Waddell.
East Chester, J. N. Isom.
lick 11111, W. S. Wightman.
Leslie Circuit. Supplied by James Rus
Not tl Rock 11111, F. M. Totten.
Yorl-ville, S. A. Weber.
Bla'ksburg, 1j. A. Johnson.
IlicGory rove, it. A. Yongue.
York, .l. M. 1ogers.
Fort Mill, J. I. Ilarley, J. .J. Stephen
Lancaster, E. G. Prince.
I.ancaster Circuit, A. S& Leslie.
Trradeville, W. 1'. 1 egues.
Chicterfiel, It. It. Dagnall.
Jefforson, J. L. Ray.
Ba,-kst ,ek, J. W. Ilumbert.
COKEsITULY DISTnICT--.T. U. CAMPBELL, P. E.
Cokisbury, ,-. D. Vaughan.
Greenwood, IV. 11. Ilodges.
Greenwood Circuit, V. B. Wharton.
Niumty-Six, M. M. Brabham.
Doilnl's, E. V. Mason.
Abbville, IL. F. Chrietzberg.
A bbeville Circuit, It. V. Whitaker.
McCormick, .1. M. Steadman.
1 owndesville, J. D. Crout,
L.ow;idesville Circuit, C. H. Pritchard.
Princeton, M. 1. Pooser.
Wate'rloo, John lanning.
North E(gefiold. V. W. Jones.
Newhorry, W. V. Daniel.
Nowlrry Circuit, W. L. Wait.
iinard's.1. 1P . Ingrahani.
Sallda, E. P. Taylor.
lluth'r, A. M. Ataway.
P,ar7-sville, 11. 0. Ilerry.
1'roslierity, 1). 1). Dantzlor.
(OM. N11A DIsTITCT-E. T. HIODOES, P. K.
Coinubia, vashington street, J. A.
Mnarion street, S. P. 11. Elwell.
Grevn street and Brookland, J. E.
Lexiii,,ton Fork, A. R. Phillips.
bwxinlgton, It. C. Mcltoy.
1,\'witdale, V. 11. Kirton.
Le-sville, T. C. Ligon.
DittIehIurg, J. B. Tra- .vick,
.Jolmiston, T. G. Iler .ei t.
Ed;!'liel, A. B. Watson.
Gralniteville, J. V. Neely.
A ilin, I. I. Staelchouse.
I ipoir St. Mattlhew's, V. P. Meadors.
Fort Motto, S. W. ILenly.
Ed,--wood, V. U. A--ial.
lidgeway, G. II. Pooser.
Wimsboro, V. N. Stokes.
Fair(id and Monticello, M. IV. Hook.
Cedlar Creek. G. V. Davis.
Comnhia Female College, S. B. Jones,
presi,lunt; M. Dargan, financial agent.
Pvim Institute, Geo. V. Ivalker, presi
to : hner hn Cristian Advocate, V. D.
Fl.OhNe 1,sTniT-.oHN13. WILSON, P. E.
' t.en_ce, 1t. n. B -own.
Iain ngton, .. E. Carlisle.
(Chra w, P. F. Kilgo
(Chera Circuit, Supplied by L. M.
Ia rn b~ilnle. .1. A. Wite.
('lyde, A. 11. Best.
I)arlIintn Circuit. S. .J. Bethea.
Linar, C. I). Mann.
ii0111 innnvil le, ft WV Splgaer.'
(Jhuiosen, N K Melton, W C Winn.
V i' 1i't Ethnham, J1 S Abercronmbie,
Shernn Supplied by Daniel Durant.
Lakhe City, WX B Baker.
Kingtree, WV B D)uncan; A WV Jackson,
.lldrs J1 C Connuts. Rt MI DuBose.
u,iirget.)wn, 'T C O)'Jell.
Georlgetownl ('ircuit. J C Frison.
.Il1osoville and Plantersvlle MIssIon 1
I E~ Iisnhtoin, A Q Rice.,
anl:13 Vinr.r.: DISTn(cTr---JoHN 0, WILLSON,t
Grn avill-Bnc()Itombstreet, J. TI. Pate,
bl. l'auul's, B. 11. .Jones.
Grienville Circuit--E. A. WV ilkes.
Iti!' ih--T. P. PhIllips '
\or:a Gre~enville---... B. Earle. C
l<'0nta1in Inn-J. F. Anderson.t
Anerson, G. P. WXatson.
Anuders.on Circult,John Attawy.
Wtet Anderson, 0. L. Durant.
l'e'.d (llo. 8. 11. Zimmerman,
P'i(idons, G. It. Shatfer.
Seni<-a City, V. 1'. iiutson,
W I -niminster, W. B. .Justus.
\\ alhaillau, 11. C. Tno nzo,
lu liidge Mission, E. M. McKissick.
kash'y, N. U. Ballenger.
l'iedi mont, Ge~o. M. lioyd.
I illiams1t4)n ;Femiale College, S. Lander, C
\MAhION 1)1'rTitCT--T. J1. CLYDE, P. E.
Mariion. J . S. Unasle4iy.
I tntnar, 0. N. Ro0unitre~e.
li tiin's Neck. M.l M . Ferguson,
(Conna :v, A. .J. Statflord.
Ii''..svile, .1. L. D)amniel.
\\ are.unaw, (. RI. WXhitaker.
XX, . C. ( leaton.
Litu Pee-JDee, ( . 11 Clyde.
I.itle IRo[ck, It. \ . Barber.
(tin, lR. A . Chil.
Bth- neim, J1. WV. A rial.
Pe -De MissIon, Sunpp'ied by M. J. Coy- IH
I hnnetts villeI, E. O. Watson.
I ennet tsvillec Circuit, XW. S. M antin.
[nright.viIle, I'. A. Murray,.*
.North Marlboro, A. F.1 I rry. h1
mia No-.IUIno i)ISTnICT-J- W. DICKIoN, l
1'. E. 1,
Orng,.eburng circuit, .1. WV. McRIy
1;wrSt. Matthew's, WV. W. illiams.
I 'rmble,ouie, J1. K. McC;aln.
P, u villo, B. In. Grier.
SutihI Bramnchylllo, J . B. Platt. W
Iuilarg, J. WV. Elkins. S
(GrahamIn, J. E. Girier. L
harni well, A. N. Birunuson.
5(out h A iken, Supprledt by J. N. Wright. r
lilnSkville, L. S. celiniger.
Miin:g Springs, WV. M. HIarden. C
L p1er Edtisto, Supplied by J. C. Abney. St
Orage, I).%. D)antzler- er
E.dNo, A. J1. Cauthen , Jr.
P^nTr AN iUno( D)15TI((T--J. M. BGYD. P. K.
8partanbunrg, Central Church, W. A.
! i nd 1D;iuncan, E. B. L~oyless, J. F. he
Uni'm, TI. E. MorrIs. I
(ueuriok,' J. .5. Parker, E. L. Archer. "
Sanitid, E~ K. Mo re.
Whnitmnire, S. TI. Islackmnan, (
Keltin, G. F. Clarkson, oC
Giatfney, N. IB. Clarkson. eal
Lgaurens, WV. I. lIerbert, W. A. Clarke. to;
N orth Laurens, .J. WV. Shell, J. M. Fu iday. nil
Enorc, XV 11. MIller. o
Clinton, W. A. Betts.
Balmont, D. P. Boyd. t
Cam1pobello 1) A.Phillp
Paclet, J. L. 8liley. 'c
ClIfton, M. B. Kelh-y. ha
X7frord College, J9. C, Rg , iacil
SUMiTER DIsTRICT-W. C. POWER, P. E*
Sumter, A. S. Stokes. * * thi
Sumter Circuit, W. H1. Wroten,B. Xi.
#nchburg, 0. A. Darby.
edgeffeu, J. C. Chander,T. .1. White.
ishopylile, 1. M. Dent.
Santee, C. W. Creightown,
Forest4n, W. 11. Lawton.
Manning, 11. M. Mood.
Oakland. W. E. Barr.
New Zion, J. C. Davis.
Camden, M. L, Carlisle.
llanging Rock, J. E. Mahaffoy.
Richliand, J. P. Attaway.
East Kershaw. E. H. Beckham.
Cunference Colporteur, J. U. Chandler.
A. Coke Smith to Virginia Conference.
E. bf. Merritt to Western North Carolina.
J. It. Noland to Montana.
John 1). Major to East Columbia.
S. Leard, Whittfoord Sith, J. M. Car
lisle, Sidi 11. Browne,. Win. Carson, 1. L.
Dufic, W. C. Pattersen, R. P. Franke, L.
M. laior. M. A. Connelly, L. C. Loyal.
F Auld, J A Wood, A W Walker, J J
Neville, I J Nowterry, T W Munnerlyn,
A 11 Lester, John A Forter, D IV Scale, 8
Jores, W W Mood, J J Workman, A bf
Chrielzborg, IV T Capers, J C Bissell,
John A Mood, M L Banks.
Mr. Cleveland in Exile.
ExMOiRE, Va., Nov. 24.-Iresident
elect Cleveland is enjoying himself
quietly on Broadwater Island. It is
nineteen miles from Exmore Landing,
which place is two miles from Exmore
Station, on the New York, Pniladel
phia and Norfolk road. The private
steam launch Sunshine plies between
the landing and the Island. The Is
iand contains a populat.ion of twenty
one families. At the late election thir
ty one votes were pollea, and they were
all for Cleveland.
The President-elect and his friends
Charles ]3. Jefferson and L. Clarke
Davis, are the guests of Joseph L. Fer
rell, president of the club, at his tot
tage which is a short distance from the
Mr. Cleveland and his friends arrived
at Exmore Station shortly after 5 o'
clock yesterday morning, but the par
ty remained in the private car of Gen
eral Superintendent Kenny of te P.
W. & . It. It, in which the trip was
made, until 8 o'clock. Although the
hamlet contains but thirteen houtes,
and five of them are stores, nearly 500
people welcome I the distinguished
gu,est, and gave him a cordial recep
tion, bo h at the station and landing.
Mr. Cleveland - cknowledged this wel
come by uncovering his head and shak
mg hands with the gathering. At 8:30
uclock the Sunshine conveyed the trio
to B3roadwater Island
Althoagh the object of Mr. Cleve.
land's visit is t,) s, -ure absolute quiet
and much ne(ded rest, he expects to
spend some tihre in duck shooting. A
heavy northwester, which continued
steadily both y sterday and today, has
prevented gunning, 9nd the party has
remained in dc irs. Mr. Cleveland is
in excel'ent health.
A reporter of the United Press went
to the island today and presented his
card to the Prr ident-e'ect. Ile was re
ceived courteously, but Mr. Cleveland
begged to be excused from submitting
to an interview. lie, however, ex
pres!:2d himself as being deligi-ted with
is surroundings, and said it was his
intention to remain on tl'e Island for
live or six days. Then lie will join Mrs.
Cleveland at Lakewood, N. J. .It is
probable, however, that if the Presi
dent-elect's plans are interrupted by
callers, he will stay :.everal days longer.
The club hoi se contains bat tour
guests-three college students from
l'hiiladelph Ia, who are here tor duck
shooting, and the United Press repor
ter. It does not seewi possible that a
more isolated spot could have been se
lected where Mr. Cleveland might he
Irce froin the various annoyances to
which he was subjected in New York.
The island's population, with the ex
ception of the crow of the United
States life saving station, are in the
employ of the club.
A Blid Robbex y.
TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 29.-The
'nost daling Dank robbery occurred this
ifternoon in Allentown, in this S"ito.
Uwo young~ men entered thme Farmers'
S4ational Dlank and( with drawn revol
ers .demanded all the cash on hand.
a:.hier au.itchamsen and an assistant
vere tile only employees present. A
v' apon was held at the head oleach and
ne of tile robbers backed up thisa torci
>le de mand with the words, "We'll
low b)ot'l your heads oil if you don't
urn all your stuff' up at once.'' Cashier
Iutcl'n ion quickly complied in it,h thlis
eqluest and hlandedi over about $2,000
hich lay on the counter before him.
.lhen one of the robbers compelled the
ashier and clerk to go to the wall and
amn the'r headh while the other robber
ralke.d backwards out of 'he door and
3to the street. IHis accomplice quick
y follo. ed. In a moment the cashiers
uid clerk rushed out into the street al ter
lie robbers. Tne cashier had grab)bed a
catol in thie bank and( imnme'liat.ely began
rimg at thme ticlag thieves. The riob.
era returnued thme iire and the exchange
.1 shiot.s and thie cries of Hiutchinson and
lerk sooni arousedi the vi'ige, and al
,irst 'mmrnhiately ai score of persons
vere in pursuit . A bou t two srquares
~omf tihe bank the robbers were c:apturcd.
.hsreats of lynichitii were made. They I
aIve their n1am- 'I as .J. B. M 'rris andl
'rd[rick Smith, and( were at onc-: rc
loved to F-ee Hold( Jail. Tihme money a
ivenI to them b)y Cashier Ilutchinson
-a reCcoverecj, t
A'A NIA, Ga., Nov. 28.-Sherill. I
leGinneis of (Calhoun County was shot d
id killed last night by a railroad man n
Plamnville. a little town on the E~ast
'ennessec Itailroadi, twelve miles from t
omne. Shenriff M.Ginnies tecured a
)5se yesterday afternoon anG last night
mrrounidedi a house ini Plainville in a
hiichi it was tho)ught three men who is
51(d up the WVestern and Atlantic traini F
,Adamsvmlle, a few (lays ago, were
(dmg. Thme,nmen in the building opened 4
e and one of their number, a man
mmed Scott, shot Sheriff McGinnies in F
e stomach, causing his death im a p;
ort time. A general fight ensued in al
hich Suiott was captured and one of the]
meriff's deputies was shot. Scott wats vi
ken at once to Calhoune. A special El
)mf Rome later says an armed mob P4
d left that place, and upon reaching di
mihoun, ha l ented the Jail and hanged ir
ott and releated a number of prison.
A Reomedy for Sorehead Ohicken. I
A physician writing to the Cotton
ant gives the following cure for sore- w
ad amongst chickens. If this is a
re cure It will prove very valuable.
is certainly wort.h trying, lie says:
lnce seeing in a recent issue of the -
>tton Plant an inquiry for a cure for
rehead among chickens, I have had
easion to Pxperiment with the dis
se upon my Indian games. You mnay
I your readers that a solution o~f
~rate ot silver, 20 grains to an ounce
pure water, applied to the head of
i sick fowl several times will cure.
iply with a goali cotton mop, being
reful riot to allow it to get on the
nds, as it wi L atain, If any gets In
the eye of th6 chicken, put a drop of
'eaL- solution ot salt in water nto
m eye a maw minutes after. Let net
2 aL get into the siler boatin ,
In Good Hands,
It would be painful, if it was not re
diculous, to see the great solicitude the
Republicans are pretending for the
safet of the country since the govern
men has passed entirely into the bands
of the Democrats. They pretend to
believe that all the progress and pros.
perity that has b-:en attained uader
then is in danger and that the country
is very likely to suffer materially from
a change of rulers. The Augusta
Chronicle, which is a very far-seeing
journal, sees in this pretended solicitude
of .he Republicans an effort to estab
lish in the minds of the people the idea
that the country really was very pros
per ous when the Democrats took charge
of the government and to create a
spirit of distrust in the Democratic
party and hamper them as much as pos
sible in all their undertakings. No
doubt this t8 exactly what the Republi
cans are endeavoring to do, but the
people are not fools. They know, as
the Ctronicle says, that it Is the depres
sion and distress prevailing throughout
the agricultural interests of the coun
try which has caused the uprising
amoug the farmers of this land againit
the two old parties, and given rise, so
it is claimed, to the third party. The
majority of the people have acquitted
the Democrats of blame, for the con
dition of things and preferred to trust
them with reforming matters rather
than a new party. The people will not
forgettliese things and will not be mis
led by the G. 0. P.'s affectation of solio.
itude for the welfare of the country.
While not sharing in the desperate view
of the situation set out in the preamble
to the platform of the people's party,
neither do we admit the glowing pic
ture painted by the Republicans. It
was the dissatisfaction of the people
with the present condition of things
and the outlook for even worse, which
caused such a ground swell against the
Republican party, and the repudiation
of its policy by such a majority of the
States. The effort on the part of the
Republicans to imbue the public mind
with the idea that they left the country
running over with milk and honey,
when as a matter of fact tl'ey leave it 0
with a bankrupted treasury and a wide.
spivad feeling of disconteut prevailing
in many sections is only in keeping
with the policy of the party which the
people have so overwhelmingly rebuked.
No, the Democrats do not find the
country overflowing with prosperity
ana contentment. They assume the
control of its affairs fully aware of the
great responsibility they assume, and
of how much is expected of them by
Lhe peoplo. The country is iu good
hands, an 1 while some of the protected
monopolist pets of the Republican
party may suffer, we are satisfied that
the people in a short time will feel the
difference between Republican extrava
gance and Democratic economy.
TIE LEGISLATURE should be very
careful as to who it elects Railroad
Commissioners. The Board should be
composed of good, practicJ business
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