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"Yet it will come: the (t3y aMeC- by ')Y
How bright the picture, Queen of ,Sover
When thou, Carolina. shalt become on(e
Thy people's pride, as in those day of yore.
When to claia thee as a mother, boast thy C
Was to thy sons their purest, highest fame. 2
When thy star bright among thy sisters
With brilliant light thy deeds had made
Tho' sad thy story since those days hath f
And though uisfiotune bitter thou hast s
Yet, midst it all, thy bczring iath been
That no reproach thy unsullied name can c
And this is still our patriot chidre's Cboast: V
They loved thee still when thou didst sutler
True, the usurper's foot has torn thy breast.
And thou wert long by tyranny oppressed:
True, thou hast suffered 'neath corruptiou s
And darkness long obscured thy glory's
But now thy wounds are healed, and bursts
the sun c
Of light and hope once more thy clime
And shows what long by darkness was o1,
The wealth untold in thy fair bosom stored.
With soil and clime unrivalled thou art,
Shut out the world, e'en then thou couldt t
All things thy people ask for here below:
Breadstuffs aud fabrics, base and precious :
Timber and granite in exhaustless stoie. .
Within thy realm the vine and tig tree
Fruits of the tropics thy rich breast doth
Produce of hardier climes thou canst bimDg
Thou dost combine what's best in South
With generous hand thou answerest every
Fair streams and rivers thy rich country I
Thy realm embraces sea cozist, mount and
What diverse glories in one Zkamall domain:
Fair nature's richest gifts are thine,
Blest "land of the Pallmetto and the Pine," i
And with such gifts "our own, our native
.Success but waits to answer thy command.
The day must come, as sure as surest fate,
When, as of old, thou shalt be grandly
And South Carolina shall be truly called
"Redecmed,regenerated and disenthlled.
LCo muia Daily lceor'd.
1'VDERLV ON 'O-01'EILVI iON.
What He Thinka About that ilan of Oprra
tiens -Abcut Compulsory Asszezus.
The Philadelphia Jarna ('d LdceI La
Zor, the organ of the Order, prints the fol
lowing from Grand Master Workman Pow
derly. Speaking of the new movement of
the Knights of Labor, he says:
To supersede the wage system by the in
troduction of the co-operative imdustrial I
system always has beea the goal of the
efforts of our Order, and a general co-op- I
erative board has long supervised our
interests in this direction. The only change
of impouance which the revised constita
tion has effected is to make the contribu
tions to the co-operative fund a regular as
sessment instead of a voluntary contribu
tion as heretofore. These co-operative dues
now will amount to 24 cents a year for each
member in good standing, but whenever
the funds of the board have become suili
cient for the practical pur;>oses of our asso
ciation, the compulsory assessment will1
cease. It is evidlent that in a short time
there will become available a sulhicient sum
of money with which the board can begin
operations on a substantial scale. This sys
tem of managing the funds cannot be called
democratic, it is true, but democracy is out
of place in business which is simply a mait
ter of dollars for those interested. There
is no room in co-operative management for
sentiment, or for the rule of the majority.
which has little feeling of responsibuity
especially when the individuals have only a
sall financial interest at stake. Besides,
very few districts, except by means of large
monthly assessments, could get together in
-any reasonablc time a practical co-op~erative
fund, and those that did would as likely as
not be poor co operative soil. On the other
hand the general oflicers who have the sur
vey of the whole industrial field may be
trusted not to let an opportunity for a pro
fitable investment slip. Thus we shall have
all the advantages of the system of protect
ive co-operation followed by the English
Wholesale Society about whieh there has
been so much talk since the meeting of the
Carlyle Congress. To successfully carry
this scheme it will be necessary to have
comprehensive co-operative laws enacted.
otherwise the carrying out of our sysstem1
may be found to be impossible.
Speaker Carlisle's Expectations.
Speaker Carlisle on being interviewed by
the New York flerald summed up the
probabilities of the next campaign and the
persbnalities of the candidates as follows:
"I think the renomination of M1r. Cleve-'
land is a foregone conclusion, and in my
opinion it is the wisest and best thing the
Democratic party can do. If nominated
he will be elected, no matter who may be
his opponent. lie has given the country a
sensible, business like and patriotic adnun
istration, and the best evidence of his ca-1
pacity for the place he occupies is, found in
the fact that even his most vigilant and
vindictive political opponents. have not
been able to point to a single mnstanec in
which any public interest has sufferred on
account of his official conduct. The petu
lant tone of the party criticism to which he
has been subjected throug'houtt his adin
istration is of itself a coinfession that his
course in regard to large and important
matters is unassailtble "'o longras he doecs
the right thng at the right time, and in the
right way, no political capital ca be made
by attempts to ridicule or exaggerate lis
*personal characteristics: and if he is renom
inated the Repttblicns w ill discover. long
before the campaig~n is over, that this shot
is too small for the game~ they are hunting.
Mr. Blaine, I 1 ink, can secure the 11Rpub
lican nomination if he watnts it. Uutt I am
not yet certain that he would take it. Hie
is the most perfect living representative of
the real principles and methods of the par
tisan Republicanism which characterized
the administration of the Covernment for
twenty years after the close of the war:
and if the party intends to nmake an honeet
and aggressive campaign in support of its
actual political faith it will compel h'imito
take the nominationi. Mr. Blaine believes
implicitly in the sovereignty of the Rtepub
lican party, and in hinmselt' a, the imiper.
sonation of its lpower. lHe thereforecam,
the allegiance and activ.e sup:port of every
professed Repubiican, and never forgive''
any one who opposes hiim. This has :aien- j1
ated him from a large number of- premmuient(
men in his own party, but lie is still stronger
inside the party than any other man, and if
nominated would receive the full partisan
Republican vote; but he will never agan
receive such a vote as he received in 1884."
* * * * Delicate diseases of either sex,
however induced, speedily and permanently t1
cared. Book 10 cents in stamps. World's j
Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Main I
street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Shouldn't the fork of a river be near itsj
GENERAL NC%% AUvEt.
enm of Interest Gathered from %artous
There are 2,:'Ut Smitlin Nwc York.
Mrs. Gen. Logan's injuries are said to be
County Antrim, Ireland. has been pro
aillel under the Crimes Act.
The Louiiana Insurance Company, (f
eV orlkans, has susPCdCd business.
Paris papers say that the new Panam:%
>a h :-eady be ucc bcribed in full.
They are sclling a type writer in London
Negotiattis for the sttlenent of the
,akers strikc at Bevery, 3ass., have
Sein:aor MIeDon . of InIian:n. iNprcsscs
ie belief that the Democrat- will carry the
auntrv in 18S8.
:11-oat omerv gets the Colored State Uni
er.xiv'.over wuich there :ias ben such a
Vn:e.'t in Alabama.
The lupe has decided that there is no
rond for church interference with the
oights of Labcr question.
-She has been dramatized. It took well
Sa Francisco and may please the polite
T'he Boston HerPal is publishing a series
f ieresting articles on icebergs. dohn
lt: %au has not been reached yet.
A delegation of 100 representative men
f Kaas City have gone to Washingtou
> invite the President to visit their city.
The 1a5is of the campaign is an old
ashioned barbecue. This sounds like old
An ex-hiiance asks: "Whom shall we
ar:y Why the daughters of our mothers
a-le of course.
:iitler says he has faily recovercd
rot ;lhe effects of his fall, but his boom is
ili unabled to move.
In Rhode Island private houses are
earched for liquor. Need we add that it
The Ohio Republicans wound up by en
lorsing Sherman for President andI notni
ating Foraker for Governor.
S'. Paul., 3inn., will invite ie President
nd Mrs. Cleveland to visit '-. "aul during
her coming Westcrin trip.
A stable was destroyed by iire in New
Cork on Monday night, and -16 horses were
mralt to death.
Fit Smith, Arkansas. has a base ball
itchcr named Fudger. It is very hard to
ep hinm in the box.
Provincial newspapers are using wood
:us- of Secretary Bayard to print pictures
>f Fathcr MIcGlynn.
Dr. E. D. Stanford. of Louisville. Ky.,
vho was an active candidate for the United
states Senate, to succeed Senator Beck, is
Fire occurred Tuesday night in Miune
1lis. Miun., starting in the "Uig Boston"
>miding. Loss from half to three-quariers
>a million dollars.
The Ohio Democrats 1mve started tie
anl:imin with a rush. We hope they will
dre'unto the end, for there is a hard
iht before them.
I h-nrv Georce and Dr. Mch1ynn sp'ke
t the Knights of Labor pienic dotday at
onv Island. Onlv IOU were prcsent.
0,000 were expected.
A ncro woman. Mad-line West. said to
>e worth several thousand dollars, is under
rr -t in Macn for cruelly, perhaps fataiiy,
>calog a little white boy in her care.
Two -asure yachts, both well laden
ith pei'le. were Capsized in a s quall off
Carmouth, Engblnd, Thursday. Ten per
There is a startling increase in the price
f tabacco. A short erop and consequent
;peultio~tn have senit qulotationis up titty-to
Shundred per e-nt. in three months.
At the conclusion of Cockratn's plea in
rake hatrp's case, all briefs and notes in
he c-use were given to Judge Potter, who
-eserved his decision.
John Pictt,. moonshiner, shot arnd
filled his wife Thursdtay night, on Walon'
id;e. 1~> miles from Chattanooga, because
he 1etused to accomnpanly him to his stili.
C lonel Charles Chaille Long is now in
~asinton preparing for his start to
or a, w.hich will be made about the 10th
Mrs. Nan.cy Fhdgerly, a resident of Wolf
>Or N. H., clompleted her 1(:3d year on
usdy She is feecbite in health, but vig
yrous I" nulu.
Governor 111i1's visit to Long Beach has
atnn tat veteran's skin as thoroughly as
ais bcody nvill be tanned if he bucks against
3eveanid next year.
In Ohio the. Democrats have a bald
icaded candidate for one of the offices.
Now, what sort of a horse accom-panies a
>ald -headed man?
Snator Stanford, who is a better turf
nau than statesman, has refused an offer of
30:for the brown colt Electricity, by
le:i.rmeer, dam M1idnight.
s feared that a drought will be caused
y the tears shed by Cyrus W. Field over
he fact that Jay Gould got squeezed in a
ailr. 'd tie transaction.
3Ir. Blake, the superintendent of the
YNew York poor, will distribute $20,000O
nong the blind poor to-day. As there
ire 51)0 of them. each will get $40O.
Cngresstaan Lollins has not been offered
secre: .ry Endicott's seat im h Cabinet and
is nobody thought he had no injury Las
:en done by the rumor to that effect.
Depo+tors may find conufort in the bank
ault exnert that the~re are not more than
malf dozen first class bank robbe;-s in this
Sam .Jesepihs, the fellow who was going
o heat Samuel J. Randall for Congress
iest year. has quit the race already. Jo
phs knows when he has enough.
J. M1. Garrison was arrested at Ilunts
ille. Ala., Tuesday night for the murder,
n 1t<O, of M1iles Johnson and Deputy
herit? i-uighami in M1organ county, Ala.
A lot of land containing 544 square feet
nd fronting on Chestnut street, Philadel
hi::, was recently sold for $55,000, or $1h
suare foot. At this rate an acre would
John Sherman is going to tile Ttyledo
onventioni to speak for himself, ie sc-ni
Iarled to Chicag'o to speak for hinm in
50:mad Caarneid get to be President in
tea-i of Sherman
Ta.m i getting compensation for tast
ears drouth. L ;pdiLl over te .t-ite are
doriosly fine. TIhe yil af cotton. it is
bouht, will rea-h 2,000,000O bates, tvich
Driver .and helpers emlloyed by the
dutuali leneht ic- Company of New York
truc- ( uiceusfuily 3:onday morning for
aav'ee-o wageS toi l15 and $1r a wecd
Tro promin:ent contractors of Ciengo,
nvd y the hope ot immuttnity, testify in
le ~.I1 -o tey and twelve defendants had
iothIl ter~ monitth roibed the county of
hoausols of dolhzirs.
A violent v-ol-aiuic eruption has ocurred
in thBe d2t ()aita, oli tihe COat' ef Alg-e
ia. Streams C o a are issuing fronm the
.rater of the vamcano. and IIh- glate of the
lame tmitited is visible for tlfty mfiies.
Th enginoer and fileman we're tilled
.ndt the baggege master injured by ai pa
ener train running into a'n open switch
mear Iudson, Wis., on the chicago, St.
aul Mlinneapolis and Omaha Railway.
Thomas E. Powell, of Ohio, is a gentle
nan whose movements will be worth
ratching during the next three months.
~homas is said to be a "wheoper-up from
Rihard IL. Payne, the clerk tinder Pay -
iiais beeni ::rreste'. :narge va :n use..O e '.
zmimnt 0f -aout :1 cf tve p s
A ver. i: m e in. .irp t o
ci!e ' m i
Whedns:y tenn :Vay luy re W MSP at
and . ulee and, to vazom! LA.m
A i1 WCa iA- 'i ew nee
\12" c, .1"1."Pi' 40e
and 'i v er.-nin1 a a t
I:00.1C ~ fe 'hc i~i n a e
to I nur fr i "::v. Va 1 i n Sne Cxl"tiS
to te&:e for WslI '.OtIe p rl of1
hvzun-eua tr .!:o%' for icasm3 nnd
for a weUNRd teIin bC lpe Che peo if a
"'OX rt:cor.l. 2L is a 0iU'~i cin lCti Io-us
8frs . Rc;r 00 : :: OiO sl.l
hoan :nti 1J";n ,,tln ti,
can y favor Nviti the puic l"
. ivor TiCvwt ha- a 1i:hl the
ws pa's.-n over'l E I!. aaebi~e
nw he wI siot npoif ': .erin.' ii 'th .w t
INKU JAN~ until o' i' i 'c '2h SI'0
aasily w thocker tl
(;-meraii Sherina. is pr:qt n a alicb to
to rea beifore t he Army htr p - Ct
Et its ie]rnr eunionld in fo~r te .lc
for1 a tted term ciuelC'on he ":a Caid
gArny at r t. is a s thor.'-iye on iius
. ')a. :md i U of meI a siet Isi C
en rs favto ith " the publ ic ish.
wi r te hwitsmhasst in Sh:? k pied. here
ti i h iath in te ranoi that e is to buy
Pare l r Mi utsil 2 I iinds iw
A mioinuclit to Cuci Ben Cievian:1.a
thor.u ghl com penl. Tihen 1Wil~t ar.
eas uivced. Iiiir at FO1 i
bet read bo the Air Line r f the e
eceC of L50U. purm~is.
w il nd thr oi t he GL-rn
tArns atiiS t ouis asi l elg e from ll s -
e->ui.Ill gee Ll \L l It
v r'edier tlick . 'upmra o hC cIcte
A Newv Yo i 6.(lSpalu.l L S"t5s .1 W~.loc:
Ci t.d ereithe Eric a-aillee ni h resid .
tn isk eing estatewid ac whe tnahd
wil eheese WeLt hit th lie' . o"d Tee
Chit En ieer Ainttherr umo t'hate i1o
hoici -f Locoate tive En l via. . ilint-tOs
his iq"-iaInf as u a nU of soun"'I -c~ -n ntl2:1
iA mnuen to Col. DentSCleveland. a
(r o ftevl ion and o a t
nienattle of is 3 uta n in- tli c .wa,
wisn - ile wTiisd at I Fort 3if1in,
taion ton the pcAei In i th p
Ende e o 1,5::pe-n
Ittt wharf , ?1lyu i ie &A4 u 'n
i3 I e, Coaptr mer k -. ':,l -
and se ti.2'io mia1- i h -:esd
he hs Orow neals who are l . to
(h-:. Bewtley' S tr-1r exc I i-un;g oirv
Croci-d fro tih 'E tcie aioa ui ht.
ter has been recared by h.i-t a, tin
boa i n i nr A of u '-1 the roter
hooe or Locomott Enineers main.ans
fe:: rie t~nst. or-necnty' hI--alId:. ? ik
te::ni~r issesmt s ni d to e met m a
de :c n 1:-giz'ti n.
memoIrs1 of hi coneciin ii thri diiin
munr.lle wians the ling~ -e tha lie
they dive te peo Le 1 Ileiair 'thI e wil
anr e tro.lev w tO i'i''S a't re m?.0n1
d hy th ~an th perl 1 If 1p6 1. -i- i:.
Abou:~-r midni~trbt.elay ingi acv n-er-o
uled .a h Wisn A t W:l drtl-ed :titc t ai i
mo et: cwhag he nIe: hadcme
liwke Coboer iver an od b:Il oat,
and wybile utryn. th a t M. Clthedaad
heows thlerwited the~ watron-1 owmuy b
tGen.plgo etle ord Stte excludm Aooe
troops rom eat oitdeaini minia ryaiL
icem tie be eld in Chttiefgo in t
eas spi bee recae bylr.i~. t of thefo
bod oimners h n Act re f heener
Thel -2 tre cmmhte (thit wiLct ulie p
Loui dur ing thel grand2* ene-u 'mn m' ep
emr, havesdeidet ct establ'-k oire
hdurere s~ra grie w io ig reCptr is otth
that ientiltone . is rem hi
fAlln inlurc iath ao lofar mecn f tok nailr
b o t- ne::ry ofahi rmth out.jd
th treury ism Tea, nd wh~e idmtin ate
wars ll~nnts bodywear will Ung t'. Hey
hn~ai coumn! on hi s tiome.m-ra
CIti reorter dnt the ltmUerctas nopu
ain f.-rk Sercmetery of D:te ewparen
atr jubinkove the ~et Coo fl ran l R e
lcn Tvictory in i. the hom f ter o-- the
cTe iatty Depatrmen tmut it((jted :1:e 5''
va ato.tse~ -i l
ihe g. Tht man, p Gover itV0 '1/eld:
Heis aer maai of- undoit 1o)r . and LIun0
dolced courage The Amei'a 'Ieopk
liket bae man and) :m' 11''- hone to
is ak both. 1
town, celebsrated o theFout. ofi July byn
t.ap~ li l'on the Uitehd States thi. Ae
fergeiemenrnt conce xted pit heii state
The i airods air evin . p t therp,
ie unde th~ie 1 it V I erStiteunre Act.
s -n ~~t -ue e ~te hl e t It e l'et. Th n
cras rit1 pai-b "thjei' de22': peolefr
wos euellt the- ct was - 1d.t 22,
Pr-n. hte mos disting1s\' d femtI
Ther is reat r~iefIc amongt te troo of
that inSt.i'tuin to-ays tos Frketea las
m e;:.:, to sarr hii n.fo h : 1
The reasuy, is chazed wait h-nol~rinte
civi therce aw yk andh~mdi ACinat Te
georatph Coprianaltrit tof edtimr.llith-d
hisat a; ponetapid wea are wilin the lay ait
Ex Tse~na nalto Temten it. P lhs ffrd
ColoneloFegr the Republccat nomut
naei fo-ertr fSaeo e ok
Tlv 'persons have died from iijuries
riA .l in Wednesday's accident on the
Ci *:01d a Alton Railway, and at least
ti were iured, most of them slightly.
Tlitrk was blocked nine hours The
kiled and waanded were nearly all cm
pl0ee ()f the constriction train.
There are 1,20o,01ib registered slaves in
bi, t before long they will all be free.
Al stve-s registeredu tnder the act of 1T71
wil be' ree in two more years. Until then
thay serve their iNters. but receive pay.
A . cave who can raise $200 can purchase
i fi-cliom aIt on1ce.
T h r State Conunission does not re
I h f:;-, that connutation tickets are
'ot u ::te at given rate, to be one that
e:: 1: t. ircihaser of a milcage ticket to
complain of unjust discrimination if
c aigher rate. The "circunistances
:mliiidoniin, the opinion says, "are not
Ti librarv of the late Rev. Archibald
Alexander llodge. I). D., professor of di
t-tettc :md roleinic theology In Princeton
Theological'Seiinary, has been, with the
exception of a few volumes retained by the
failly of the deeased, presented to Lincoln
University, near Oxford. The collection
of books em';racesseveral hundred volumes.
A special from Clinton, Iowa, says that
boys at play set tire to a barn in a thickly
settlcd part of the city Tuesday afternoon.
The Itaptist church and four residences
wire destroyed and half a dozen other
structures were badly damaged. The loss
is :bout i$235,0: only partly insured.
A construction train, carrying over 100
laborers. was run into on Wednesday even
inz bv a freight train, with fearful conse
uences. Five men were killed outright
and nine wounded, of which latter two will
die. Responsibility for the disaster is not
A delegation from Lynchburg, Va.,
headed by Senator Daniel, called on the
President and invited hni to attend the
State Fair, to be held at Lynchburg in
Oetober next. The President promised to
cInsider the invitation, and he said lie
would give them a decided answer at a
Tie Board of Gutardians of Limerick,
Iretl, has declared the Poor Law Union
bankrupt. Nine thousand pounds is due
to cont ractors for supplies. The banks have
rfused to Ca.h the cheeks of the Union.
and nate; have not been paid. The Board
of Goi rdians has ordered that legal action
be .efn to recouer rates
Neiher side in Texas uses a soft answer
to turn away wrath. Congressman Mills,
anti prnhibitionist, in a speech the other
day, assirted that "hell was full to over
lowing with such political preachers as
Dr. ,.' 1I. iCrroll." whereupon the Waco
Ad.,anec, prohibitionist, calls Mr. Mills,
"this to ul-mouthed, intlidelic, snake-eyed
n I u:, ti-r.',
The father of Brooks, alias Maxwell, the
St. Louis trunk murderer, is on his way
from England to imake a last desperate
CIIt i save his soin-s life. It is, of course,
imposible for thc poor ohl man to avert
the Id-oim of his guilty son, but he clings to
the hon that he may' succcd. Brooks is
;n1 C7 i,'ntCnce to b bung on the i.h of
nte of the 'uceret facts in natural his
ias hcen discovered by Rev. J. J.
L:. of -itm'nd, who gives it to the
worl il I- rigiouts journal as follows:
pa .sparrow hawk pounces on a
iw Iets the gs.'tunea ;lV, but the
-Oitiin the ick of the fowl, uses
ins :Li ', "u'ile the 'guinca. lie always
cti his v.clim to his nest in the forest."
i t that the United States
J~usio Atituta on Ttuesday went ashore
n r erck lee a broltc one of her
h:wtler bladies. Ier otlicers are very re
6ient, but it is believed that the report is
tru-.111:1 events she put back io New
pt . I.,:'Though she went out for a
te vs' cruise, an'.d is now anchored to the
iuyath' trainings station.
A. terribe epidemic prevails in the Ben
net'-vtil sectioni of MIarlboro county, S. C.
Withi a s.a:dl area of the county, not
more than 12 mtiles square, 30 or more per
.tns ha ve ied within a period of 30 days.
The ei idei seems to Le a fever. Several
i-:uno tie last few days. it is hoped that
th dise:: will be checked.
'The -eventh anuta State prohibition
covnto s in session at Jackson, M1iss.,
Thirv.n counties arc rep~resented by
rie'ulir delegates and severalby proxy,
!utfory in all. The meeting is com
poed ofi representative men, and they ap
p.a o obei deeply interested in the cause of
prohibliitn. Bishop Galloway, of the
31et Itd.t Church, is the presiding ofticer.
Aitlod light began in Bell county, Ky.,
which still progresscs. The sheriif sum
mtonedl a possee to arrest a party of Turners,
living on Yellow Creek in that county,
who resisted, and in the fight which ensued,
Georgre Thomas, of the posse, and George
Turner, of the tither side, were killed.
Each side has been re-inforced, and the
ight is raging hotter than at tirst. .
The Inter state CIommnission says that
peron s belonging to the chtss known as
conmmercial travelers arc not priviledgeid to
ride o)v r the railroads at lower rates than
are paid by other persons. Whatever reas
onaleI rates comnmercial traveiers are made
to pasy other travelers may be made to p~ay.
To charge one more thtan another is an un
just discrinmination. Antd this is true
whet her tickets issued are mileage tickets
or iii some other form.
A meetIng of the ltichmond, Va., Dem,
ocratic Commnittee unanimously adopted a
resolution requesting Blair, a member of
the connnittee and a wealthy and prom!
nent business man, to resign, on account of
artlest oif his which appeared in the New
York iadyniden!. charging Democrats in
the Soth with ine'd in elections and the
it inmidat.ion of negroes, and advocating
mixed schools and similar doctrines.
Tuesday night's very heavy rains did im
mense damage at the Falls of Schuylkill,
and the oldest residents of the plaice say
tha t it was~ the heaviest storm they ever ex
Ierenced I laia began to fall early in the
eei"' andi until midnight poured in tor
ents. \ Water rushed down the hilly streets,
*n 't 1 o'clock yesterday morning a roar
int stream six feet deep poured down Miff
in -treet. A number of buildings were
wasedi away, and the water was Live feet
dep' an the floor of the police sub-station.
Te lMS will reach i$100,000.
The Ohio liepubtlican State Convontion
was called 't order at Toledo on yesterdlay,
hte Allen T. Brinsnode, Chairman of the
.ate Central (ommiittee. A resolution
edilorsinig John Shiermans for the Presidency
ecmse -nome little debate ad was referred
to a conu ttiee. That committee, by a
voe of i: t, :;, afterwards maide unani
mitu, aCiie the resolution emodying
ung. li*e . endiremient-ignoring other
:ei i-. n ihier in their tone and ten
denev-'. TIi. phtformi denotinces the Dem
tea pay in general and the present
n:th: adi nistratnin in particular.
A K r. Kru:inn, manufacturer of noodles,
at I-cd phia, hats been arrested on the
, harg of.adio~ chrome yellow in his
douihiI i ten of eggs fir the purpose of
+;ngte n oo dles a velloiw tiut. Experts
edt tchrome yellow or chromate of
: sfunil in the noodles in the pro
.r d f hre :ans to six ounces of
in.Krm admitted that he hail usced
t:uir fo'r thu-teen years as a substitute
for eggs, but had discontinued its use upon
ben: inormed of its deadly character.
I~e na heldi OO bail. It i o nw
that any deaths have occurred from the
etets of the poisonous coloring matter.
Sonme one who has given the subject con
sidrable studly says that "blue eyes usually
go with light hair."- We have not given
the matter much thought, but we have no
ticed that black eyes frequently go with a
The Inter-State Coninerce Comnui:-on
has followed up its decision prohibiting.. re
bates to favored shippers by two other dce
cisions based 111 1.1C sirm prnc1l(n.
applied to the carrirge of
These relate to the elling of m a
commutation tickets. The case a rg
mileage tickets presented two features.
One road had been sllin;-s- ticic. al
.$20 per thousaid miles to druma a- h r:
ing the general public: a higlhr r:tc. 1:,
the other case they were :-ld at :25 til
persons alike. In the first c th ir
ination in favor of the druninie i cided
by the commhission a violation the law
In the other case, in which the drummerU
petitioned for a lower -a't 'thn that:1
corded the public, the raih w- su+
tained inl denying such rate..
Reduced to plain E g~ish - de'
state that railways iny sell ic.h ieii
and commutation tickeis at rchilcld rates
that is. at rates lower thi:m thse sei:r-d
for single trip tickets Bat in sO doing ::11
applicants for such tickets iuit lie plac(
on the same level. The tarer r the 1
yer is entitled to a milcage ticket at thr
same rate as a drummer. And al re
dents of surburban towns are entitlcd to
them at the same price. In o: her word.
the Commission holds that the reduced ra-c
Involved in the sale of either class of tickets
must be available to all or none.
The dceision in the case of the coal re
bate and the two regarding the miicage and
commutation ticketcs contitute the most
important conclusions yet reachied by the
Commissi-n. They are based upon th:
same principle. that of treating all patrous
alike, and accord not only with the letter of
the law, but with common sense ald l:(uity
A Mawtodon Found in Ainhama.
Dr. J. IIuggns, of Mile county. Ata.,
has just discovered a skeleton of a miia-to
don, which may prove of interest and value
to men of science. It was found in Prairie
Creck, near the viilage of Newberne. The
parts are not petrilled, but well preserved
in the bone state. One piece, which is sup
posed to be the upperbone of a hind he , is
36 inches long, 37 inches in circumference
at the top and 21 in the imidle, and 2:i at
the lower end, and weighs G7 pouns. One
of the jaws measures :1 inches in width
and has two sockets for tusks 6 inches in
diameter. A frngnient of one of the tauks
is 25 inches long and 15 inches in circum
ference. The jaw tootl consists Of four
pairs of pro-minences ranged in two rows
and all joined in one solid piece. the top of
which is enamel of the color of tortoise
shell. The prominences are worn as if
from long use. The tooth wei-ics five
pounds. A segment of the backbonc is 2:3
inches in circumference and nearly 4 Inches
thick. A rib, with 2 or :3 inches brolien
of!, is 55 inches long and : inches ide.
A short joint, supposed to belong to the
foot, is 12 inches long. J '3 ihesl be al
lowed for the length of each of the linger
joints, IL inches for the short J)int. 1W
nehes for the foot, and 0 for the ody. the
animal must have been over 12 feet high.
A bone 1S inches long. with a inch cro-s
piece at one end a I :: ineb in diameter
at the other was ounud. NU one reit sure
to WhiL pctition it should be assigned A
small deer bone was found.ltn :a wit the
bones of the mastodon. )r. I ftrmic has
a collection of fossils found in the :d luvial
district of Alabaia.-Xew ; Orkc T7 ic
Cloud auid sunhi m.
Oloudless skies drop no rain. .We may
bathe ourselves in the unelonced tu
shine fo.x days and weeks, thinking that
if the ilue of the heavens were never
more veiled by the blackness of storm
we at least would be perfectly satistied.
But as the unclouded days pass on, the
parched errth begins to gape to heaven
for water, the ilowers fade, the grass is
burned up, and men and beasts droop in
the merciless heat which noiv seems no
longer the messenger of life, but the
angel of death. For need like that there
is no help in cloudless skies. The sign
of deliverance rather comes in the thiun
der cloud, the flash of lightning, and
the pouring rain. Therei is a like need
of the rain clond, in the inner life.
There is a pai-ching rand deadening in
iluence even here in too much sunshine;
and the storm cloud of pain or of sor
row, which drenches our heart soil with
the rain of tears, .alone makes possible
the continued growth of that which is
best in our heart culture. We do right
to thank God for cloudless days; but we
do wrong if we do riot thank him for
days not cloudless. The one gives sun
shmne, and the other the rain; and withi
out either there would be no increase.
Sunday School Times.
Lcucoln's Boomc in iacnsn<.
Lincoin's Presidential boom is well -
fined in Kansas. They say Ul'Ie haz izen
defeated once, and that, too, after ha-in:g
.ought that oilee for twenty-tive years.:a
now the D~emocratic pairty has the adli
tional help of the prestige ancd intluen~ce '1f
of 80,000 oflice-hollers. Wiuth these u
born facts before them, why will h:- frind
continue to court defora b1 ;:.; Li as
a candidatel ihenc, again, thbe 3u-'w- amp.
are still deliant, and his friend's kncw ta
he is satisfactory to the temrnce e-c
ment of the party. "Do~cs h-tory reeat
itself ?" if so, theu TMin. i:kc he
ceected. S.hermac has benasadn
candidate so long that a lirge eccemet n
the party has become thorougn isgu:.ted.
These mien are able anid e:iilale.h- u
available. becatise all elemnts M ar
cannot be concentrated upon the-n wic
will he absolutely necessary inorc rt
sucscdi. N~ow, as Robert T.I inec:
atly fills the bill as to capatbty and a.!
ability, lhe should by all means he o)ur non
Tim iAnvF.sToN NEws has this severe
but just criticism on two New York pa
pers which pretend to be friendly ta the
emocratic' party: "T'he New York'
World and Sun are doing all they can at
present to give aid and comfort to the
enemies of De-nocracy. The latter, like
one abandoned to vice, has become
utterly reckless, and goes even furthe
than most of the Republican papers in ,
striving, by maticious misrepresenitatin
of the administration, to place the D
ocratic party in an unfavorable attitude
before the country. The World is no
quite so bold and unscrupulous in ib:
treachery, but for this very reason is ea
pable of greater injury. Renemtbering~
the fate of the Sun, it dare not show ib>
true colors, but nevertheless continue-,
in the name of Democracy, to stabth
party through the administration when
ever opportunity oilers. .it is the duty
of the true Democratic press to expow
the tactics of these enemies in the cnamp
Tim INE-S'rE COMiMia'E Co
s1o5 moves along very slowly, and ever
now and then it stumbles on a decisioa
The Commission declined to comipe:
road companies to permit their c p
to sell tickets for other comapanies on
commission. They are permitted tco sel
tickets for other companies not makmg
this demand, but they are to ref asettall
such demands. It is held that this is a
discrimination and the conmmissions
given ticket agents induce them to favor
the roads giving them. The issue was
between the companies that had entered
into an agreement not to pay commnis
sions and the companies that declined to
so agree. Like all large bodies, the
Commision moves slowly.
.cas5 uas ee ai se.rv cnoa: tIw:
or ab N y
apw 'rd 2 .1 :: '' \'i
1nd ':eme t4 ivry ev
blS. era i - i lnt 1'r g
LU1 raudt " ?atogrt.dl
l'iut t ( ..vr: a m, Cev :-s
mc ase i a ::i' ee I it::2d wor
use . !. .U : ' 'r action o m ;
hour '1"'Ii It.". F'or 11wO vearst ccrctiflous
110 u L hat :c tim : :t I
guT t' prl, and icit ." e ers at thra
Cl.i uti 1J ' 'U of tu 'rrtir i
Cou.Mune t ion. Gal.,Sla C;A, . :1 -.
1 I' iratk's . .1 . 13e . do "u t years
azand ba-; noo.t'5been a to work
i 1c1. llv s tro peru" acio ofe my."
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(-(,has in') iartl m tez" is .I
msocr haoeatct ad to! my 'e alpd nd d
to iOx! like bovl-' 'um fedl oo0d.'
n 11 at ; vie tactime nrcy eyoir t in m -
ic'gs and 1lap. 'I' B.B I)B igr
cui upo l my s, and the great
c p attr thlat has bee n
by e 'i tnen saans tterly dicercii
sk.' Ol tu O1 ero. i c .or as tke
0Cclhaling. I ":r to an, au my
tor 1i, i by i e g .
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ont hrouh th ski is ttel.ncreo
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T IML4I) IS THE LIFE."
-ne'": open it by using Dr. Piereels
;olden jled ical Discclvcry, and good
d'" i... it, a fair lkin, buoyant spir
aUd vital stre ngth,,will beestablisbed.
Sssrofila of the Lungs Is ar
'i 1 by this remedy, if taben be
iit 1- a-t .taes of the disease are reached.
i- i marvelons power over this terribly
. ;1 .'e, when li:t offering this now
:1.l n.."y to th'e publie. Dr. PrERCE
oiur if calling it his "Con.
iimium110: C, I re," but abandoned that
' "3 to) !!mnt. for a metdicine which,
i's wonh , fu. . . coibiination of tonie, or
-.rg~nin. nteraiveor loon-elennsing~,
. r . ia :ritive proper
not o:ly re a remedy for
co~n i..ibt ftor all Chroic bin.
LiVer, Blood and Lungs.
I" you fot, dihi. drowy, debilitated. have
li:en. o ,r f -.in. r yellowish-brown spots
C.n 1tc (r 'ly. Irequent headache or dzzi
. i t, in niuthinternal heat or
with hot thishes, low spirits
din;:s, irregular appetite.
. -. :e suffering from
ny i, .'pe a, and Torpid
on%(-.e." Tn many
(-.1F, p.t of th se symptoms are expe
iA. -t r'mriiy ior all such eases,
r. P'eree's Goiden ledical Dis.
F (.r 1.1 9uns, Spitting of
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e shima, Severe Coughs, and
- a io , it i-; an eicient remedy.
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