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CHANDLER'S EAR. -K
H D S.W IT CAM1E TO BE PULLED BY S -
The Kentucky Statesman, Exasperated
by the Insulting Condtct of the New
Hampshire Senator, sizes Him by the
Ear, Pulls Rim from. is Chair ,and
Proceeds to.Wipe tha Floor ofthe Com
nittee Room With Him.
= .1 i to. Feb. 2S -[Special to
. 3akiuore ,Sun.}-Mr. Wim. E. Chandler
sm na 'verg unhappy frame of mind,
and there is reason for it. But his dis
quiet cannot be relieved by useless efforts
to lessen the character of the scene
which occurred between Semtor Black
burn and him on Friday last. The truth
in such matters is iund to leak out
sooner or later, despite a.1 attempts at
eoncealment. The facts as they are re
ported -lace Mr. Chandler in the unen
viable attitude of a man bold enough
and brave enough to grosslyixsult an
other, and then too cowardly to "Te
sent a personal indignity which
it is exceedingly rare for the
most craven to submit to. The Senate
select committee on Indian traders, of
which Mr. Chandler is chairman, was
organized to convict. The only purpose
of raising the committee was to throw
discredit on the Cleveland administra
tion in connection with the appointment
of Indian traders, and to connect Se
cretary Vilas personally with improper
and corrupt transactions affecting the
Indians. Through the whole course of
the inve stigation this .purpose on the
part of Mr. Chandler, without regard to
facts or testimony, has been apparent.
He has insulted and browbeaten wit
nesses, and witnesses, it must be remem
bered, are defenseless: he has distorted
and misconstrued testimony. and con
:itnuously he has been insolent and exas
last -degree to- those
toe xnittee- who have
r ae nvestigation fair
- prevent .its -absolute
perversion to partisan ends. On Friday
last Mr. Chandler read to the committee
the report whieb.1p oposed f 1ubmit
to the Senate TIs- atement- were sot
aniifestly wide of the truth, its con
it all 'tetm y .fg
witnesses'so outrageously false, that Mr.
Blackburn, as an honQrable and just
man, was fo 10i s ' He was
fmet with sneers and remarks of derision,
Mre 'ot of the assertions, which
fa~ r - an ee d IL! 9f
~ ount-p andind
f!- 1anuag e to express is imafion df
iueh conduct, int -van not sparing. in
fe* 46(of ode .wl could be
if 'It was then Mfr. ~handler,
e-. wh . y. nig ands darting
insolence and irony, said
n his most offensive tones:- "I am not
. -i}ni alozed--by-R
Ia *er." da ~ ho It
- ~ jin* lti
__" and or an mstant he was perfectly
iid. Back it receded, and he was
ghastly pale. p - life 4! bolt
: from his eir trembling all
over he f . Shandler and
-hoisa head the .entire vocab
' denuniation, sacred and pro
fane. were threatening,
C-ndltehe -gaspet Don ge on he
"vou e ~$brupp as' you will
orseat Ibha~lnot strike
were searesly uttered
before the ear . auder was in con
u~ gip ~weehthe jingers of
UI~I~'~as~w~ ed, not. vio
ons~e v 2kik acurr. 'Mr.
&dc'noti strike-Mr. eh-adler,
s:nn u ndlerm
" ~[rlackurn a seen repre
~Of1~IWU~Tas gifiig Mr.
r ot'o~i~c~ tr &nddinaking
& ready to dash~iiaainst' theivwaD.
-ad .the. xhoice of.
_Bla holdinig his-ear said;
i" If y t'such a- cit~mptibTe
coward I would k jou out of this
room," but estatie expres
- sion of m - onderful
to behold. ices
Ssprung- without e ,
excitement of th
-dazed those who qs
was a momen or t
Fa - r w
se , got up, went to
- - eno and slii d~
st Al Blackburn
that beeoining in hia
S a man o courage to nursue
-'-the matter any further- Mr. Blackburn,
-~ ~t~ssof1.hi passion still-upon
'~o-ieat'orce the force of
S'lhet-remark. He said, "Faulkner,
., are. ,rght;".'. ,and . turning.
-g ice, e b r tuieil to his seat.
-iThe reciperative powers of the New
Hampshire Senafor were marvelous.
r iK %reTj ,e
sm s a eforohe proc'eeded
with the business of the committee, and
it was some time Mfterwards b-efore he
declared it adjourned. Mr. Blackburn
remained until the session of the comn
tte clsd batronlyaonce did be take
arfy part in tl%-'proceedmngs or make any
-yek .,enator. Faulkner, in comn
ifefedem portion -of -the report,
addaesed Senators Chandler, Platt .and
-Galloamis "sa three gentlemen.' "You
o gentlemen." sa.id Mr. Black
it hIo theb rerapsced into silence.
S..After trying:scenes a nighrs rest is
.apt to bring soothing feelings. But
n2~'ot'so with Mr. Chandler. A night's
'rest.; contrary to the usu:a! effect,
did not improve his quanimi
ity, and while yesterday am i to-day
~--he has tried hard to appear unec neerned
and hgbelittled the char-acene of the
occuclt "is evident t09 elouse ob
servers that he is ill at ease. There is
no capital -for Mr. Chandler in this
affair. If Blarek'urn had "mnas!:l him
up" iright possibvly ave been. differ
*ent. es-Bithe s~ntiment of men iti New
Hampshire is, not one whit dihren~-t in
~pecgt to'wat shoul be th~s conrduet
under such circumstances from ine, sen
bgtofien in Kentucky. A truly
i eeart'although prompt to resent,
s slow to give offense. Stature and
'vcniifufois do not measure the standard
f~ ,Lbaxer, .for the stoutest hearts often
K-times becat in the most' fragile bodies.
--.Die man who goes through the
ordrasping perpetually ini malice and
wantonness the rugged edge of others'
natsures, when brought to book neither
deserves - nor - commands sympathy.
though he be dimninutiveas a lilliputian.
Still less is he entitled to it when he
*subits tamely to what nine men in ten
wvould rather die than endure. Abound
iu imdissimulatiowas be does-nd a.
preeiagngbthe situalon in whiml he has
eahimseif. it is atura M Chan
r ould not scrupe to put& inter
viewers with a pooh, pooh; that the af
lair is so tiifling it _j$auot rgally: worth
m e'ntoning But j will nt=do.
th, Wj, nurdersli out. -
SOME CURIOUS DREAMS.
The Work of the Society of Psychical Re
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 27.-Harlow Gale,
85, a post-graduate stadent at Yah is
the local agent of the American Society
for Psychical Research. and has for
more than a year been making in esti
gatiols among. the students. of 'ein
cidences between real events and dyekmnAt.
or halhucinations. This society was
formed in. 1Sy, with headq iuuters
in Boston. The nieubers believe that ite
coincidence of dreams and incideits
are caused by .the transfergeOC o-o m
terchaige of 'uiind' ,et eet e pe o
affected by theiteidenf and thdreame&
and they are attempting to theorize on
the connecting link. The psychologists
hop to effect a complete demonstration
by comparing the phenomena conn eted
with dreams with the phenomenon of
mesmerism, and it is in thati-huu ghat
the researches are now being nade.
Last year Mr. Gale received about
1.000 answers. Thirteen percent Ui the
personsj uterviewed bad drea or. ht
lucinations-of remarkebye viluel and
of these six had coineiled with netii
occurrences. Mr. Gale says that this is
a very good average. Most of the cases
were of painful incidents, which goes to
substantiate the idea that trouble is the
strongest bond befwcen kindred. mins..
Mr. Gale gives as au illustration theeas@
of an academic student whohas a brother
in agovernment position OH an -isn1l
off the coast of China. The student
vividly dreamed that his b rother
was attacked0bf-the nitres. Shortly
afterward bie received at.cabslegram that
his brot'her bal taken part in suppress
ing a native iusurrection and was,se;
verely wop ded. The details received
later slrowet. hat the facts were 3.usf s
the student-had dreamed. A theologi
cal student testified =hat ie had been
ealy io ~refd by a dream that a
r.in"hai taiea and shot himmselr while
out hunting, and the next morning he
received a. dispatch that the person of
whom he dreamed had been killed in
exactly those circumstances.
Another case which is noted by Mr.
Gale c1erosaniurder in he East eni par
of-Cmnnectiett. A tusbiand-atd-wife in a
nimfactaring tour suddenly disap
peared. and ething Was known of their
whereabouts. After a time the wife's
mtlier arrived at the village. She had
not known-of her dadghter's disappear
ance, but had dreamed that he
young woian had been drowned by her
husband and buried in a seelued part of
the woods. She prevailed on the vil
"e offiers ^fZaceompany "her to tle
t act th~etlie *utta body -was
.- The time 4f dhs dream coin
cided with the time of the disappearance.
and though the husband could not be
convicted on such evidence, public senti
ment- ound him guilty. Other cases in
vestigated by Mr. Gale are given by
prominent New Haven people. whose
testimony will be undoubted, and they
will be of yalue.to the society.
ThRQ(GIH A BRIIGE SIXTI FEET IilH.
lerther Details of the St. Louis Expres
Train Disaster--Condition of the
ST. GEORGE, Ontario, Feb. 28.-The
bridge through which the St. Louis'ex
press crashed last evening is sixty feet
high, and is a substantial river strue
ture, with massive stone piers. To avoid
een~ the possibility of an accident, it
was'over'hauled a weedk bitsi5'ago. Thme
a idenmas gaselega broken :wheel.
AMbila*inig cir bloke through the
irn trestle work orgy afterdthe ties and
tle, aood drkr bieesi stripped off.
by the car ahead. The dining car being
costruecte( mostly of iron, it was al
iost- impossible to force an entrance
into it by use of axes and saws. It fell
on 'its -end and -the--pasengers were
thrst 'to the -bottom among a mass
of book( ,thbles; anot dishes. Upotr
the top of all this fell
the cooking furnace in full running
order. The danger of fire was imwmi
nent, but, luckily thme first thought of the
Nesuers was to prevent this still worse
Qferor from befalling the poor vietims
the mass of debrisP '
Toront# onetof the
- last night died this. mxorniing.
Mi &drot~f Belleville, Mliss Me
Lod of rsei and Dr. Lequesne of
Gloveing -Oio. areall in very crit
condition,. and -t.heirmecovery is not . c
peted. ARlofrthe others are progress
ing nicely'. In most cases friends of the
tn~td ha vearrived~and are giving them
The inquest opened this morning. The
evidence so far goes to show that time
disaster was purely accidental and could
not have been pre vented. It is. .be
-lieved that the number killed will reach
-thirty. - -
DEAT I OF 00L. E. C. McIIURE.
H Dies Sudnyfeaties dt His
Residence in Wasnaton.
AiNGTOx, Feb. 28.--Col. E. C.
McLure of South Carolina, Appointment,
Clerk of the Postoffice Departmeur, died
suddenly this morning, of heartdisease,
at-his residenee'iti this city.
- Two Famous safirs bfikls.
Fra'ces Cleveland _L~amont, thbe new
baby~is al dark-eyed- 'beauty who is~ des
tied to have dark hair like her mother.
I believe Colonel Lamonit was hihl
pleased with the third girl, and was not
disappointed because "sne was~ not a
boy." But Chief Justice Fuller, who
has eight girls, seemed not to believe i
possible that a girl baby should be e
welcome as a boy. One day at the
White House he paissedI into the Private
Secretary's room, and, giving him a
sympathetic slap dn the back, said:
"Never mind. Colonel, we had eight
giis before we had a( boy." The ColoiteV
gaspd for a mome ., then rallied, and
tanking the Chimef.Justice, assured him
le was fonda of girls in fact, very par
tial to girl bambies. After the father of
eight girls had g'one out, however, the
Private 'Seretary wasi heardl to say in a
low towe-somethoing- abtij ndrawing~ the
ue t eight. --:vinutiu? )kmbl~jimae.
A Hotel on Piles.
The novelty of a large hotel built on
piles away from the shore, and with thbe
tidewaters of tlu- Gulf of Mexico rising
and falling under it. is umterializingt in
rampa Bay, Flor.ida: The hote~l is he
ing bilt by a'-gndicate head:-d by Mr.
Plant, the railroad king of Florida.
Later on. n hen the hous is op ened, the
guests will be able to tishm for tarpon
8 -MONSTER WARSHIP.'
Tie esign for the -New Coast Defense
Vessel Ready for the Bidders.
UHINGiTsO, Eeb. 27.-The specifica
tions for the armored coast defense ves
sel,?for-whiei bids Will ].opened' next
moti, have just been completed at the
Nai- Department. The Bureau of- Con
truetion and Repair and Bureau of Steam
Engineering have finished their esti
mates, and they have received the.-ap
proval of Secretary Whitney.
The vessel is to be of 4,000 tons dis
placement: length, 250 feet; beam 59
feet, and depth, 11 feet 74 inches from
the top of the main (leck beams to her
inner bottom. She is to have a steel
armiior 1G inches thick, and is to be built
tlwayghout of i materials.. o1; domestie
intmifacture. The engines are -to de
;.6p c ind .sneee'esfully maintain for four
conse cutive hours 5,4011 indiented horse
power. 14 contraetor is to receive for
every horse power over the stipulated
numher, $100 in addition to :he con
tract pric,- and likewise to- forfeit*t00
fo(.each hoi power l1esthai the con
tract cals for. The total w eight of
the machinery. including boilers, en
'iles and engine room fittings, bit ex
chidng'tbe turret mahinery, is to he
The.. main:.attrv of the sl -n will be
the heaviest everyet provided for a
tiaval vess&. It will consist' of 'one
16-in::h 115 ton breech loading rifle: one
12-ihteh ; breceir loating rifle and one
1'i.it hiZalinski -dynamite gun. This
4ii stinplemented by a secondary
battery of rapid firing guns, consisting
of sia 33-pounders. three 9-pounders,.
t\co 0-pounders, four 3-pounders and
eight Gatlings. The iota! cost of the
ship will be :1,700,000.
Will Go to the New States.
Aiight ibut brietless young lawyer of
New York city said: "1 am one of a
number of ambitions young men in this
city with no family ties who have
formed an association with the object of
going out to one of the newly created
Sta We havn't ..ut .decides,. which
St eave wil1settle-iu bat it ill prob
ably be Montana. 1% e represent variyus
professions- three or four lawyers, a
couple of physicians. a few newspaper
men and a number of bright young men
who have no capital -but their brains,
and will hold themselves in readiness to
'catch on' to anything that offers it;elf.
We are impressed with the fact that
there is.a great future in aU these new
Etals fo.r..bratiy,- industrious young
men who are willing to work hard, and
we expect not only to make our fort
un(-s, but to become eminent citizens in
afew years We a' have our eye on a
Governoship or 'Unted'States Senator
3ip:uhwe're going to get there, too.
(f course, we will distribute ourselves
over the State. but we will keep our or
gii rtion. and look out for each other's
interests as much as possible. We may
be 'tenderfeet,' but 1 tell you the old in
,h abit nts wilLhave to rise early if they
get'aead af us. Outside of ~our com
pany I have heard of many other young
men who are preparing to go to these
new States, and before six months 1 am
confident that there will be a great rush
to them. Westward the stars of four
new empires have taken their way, and
we inten' to keep-up with the process
She Never Saw a Play Before. 9
Among'the throtig which-Wedniesda'y
afternoon packed the old Academy from
parquette to dome to witness the p~er
forniance of "The Old Homestead" was
a lady of venerable appearance, who
occupied a seat in the front row of the
dress eircle and manifested the deepest
interest .in the play. She was Mrs.
Hinekman, living near Morristown, N.
J.,. and is probably the oldest debutante
of the season, being S6 years of ages
Never util Wednesday had she beetr
within the walls of a theatre or"p :
house,"nas she -styles it. During ths
perforima'ree she was so engrossed with
the scene that she never took her eves off
the stage. She responded with lauighter
and tears to~ the varying emnotiona'i
demands of the situations, but had
little to say until the play was done,:
and she rested for a fewv moments be
fore .journeping to her home. She said
ii had been a revelation to her. "Why,
I hadn't an idea that a play could be
acted -so that ev erything would seem
real ! she exclaimed. "I saw some act
ing o'nee of 'Moses in the Bulrushes' at
Stchool exhibition, but it was nothinig
at all Tike'this, anit the dear old lady
fail' winidad gli over .witithappy ex
eiffn tE. irsa~ya~great deal
better-than Buffalo Bill's 'Wild West,' "
she continued. "I went to see that last
year. I~vas-delio-hted with -it,--too. And
apf) nder wiat I wll be going to
next?"'queried this sprightly debutante,
who evidentlyfelt that the matinee had
marked a new era in her life, and re-'
garded it as the commencement of 'a
long round of theatre-going.,%'ec York
.-LONlD0N,: Feb.:-28-The -report of Sir'
Julian Pauncefo te's appointment as Brit
isha ~3inister to the United States is
semi-officially confirmed. The Press As
soiation says ..it. has authority to an
none-theifact, ai gives- a sketch of
the e~w Mfister's career.
IS that misery experienced when we sud
denl become awvare that we possess a
'arran ement called a'stomach.
every fibre and tissue must be nourished,
and any trouble with itissoon feltthrough
out tho whole sy'stem. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have the same pre
mental power and a bilioustemnperament
are subject to Sick Headache; those,
fesyand phleanat ie have Constipation.
while ththinarad nerv'ousareabandoned
togoomny forebodingsi. Some diyspeptics
are wonderfully forgetful; others have
great irritabilityof temper.
Whatever. form Dypepia may take,
The underlying cause is'
in the LIrER,
and one thing more Is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
* It wif. correct
Acidity or the
*0*and, at the same
Start the Liter to working,'
whenr aft other -trout~bles
"Mfy wife was a confirmed dyspeptic. Sone
hree years ago by the advice of D.r. Steiner, of
Augusta, she was induced to try Siummons Liver -
Regulator. I leel grateful for the relief it has
given her, arnd. may all who read this and are
dilictd in any way, whether chronic or othier
wise, use simmons Liver R~egulatur andf 1 feel.
:onfidenit health will be rcstored to all who will
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TWENTIETH SESSION BEGINS, 3L.MAY, SEPTEMBEL :, 1SSS.
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The course of instruuction, embracing ten years, is designed to furnish a
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PLAN OF INS TRP.ICTION.
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ippi, Missouri, North and South Caro
ina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and
vest Virginia, fifteen Southern States,
end thirty Democratic Senators.
Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa,
Eansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michi
an, Minnesota. Nebraska. Nevada, New
Iampshire. -New York, Oregon, Penn
ylvanla, Rhode Island, Vermont and
Viseonsinl, eighteen Northern States,
end thirty six Republican Senators.
California, Delaware and Ohio send
me Senator of each party. Two North
rn States-Indiana and New Jersey
end four Denocratic Senators.
From all the Southern States--tl e
olid South. so called--there is but one
From the Northern States--the solid
North, as it heins to be called--there
tre but six Democratic Senators. Of
;hese the one from Ohio, the one from
Jalifornia and the two from Iitdiana rep
resent States which have since their
lection become Republican, and the
mse of Ohio and California are likely
to remain so, with Indiana uncertain.
In this next Congress at the Decem
ber meeting will appear eight new
senators, all from new Northern States,
and all Republicans. That will make
the Senate forty-seven Republican to
thirty-seven IDemoeratic. There are no
new Southern States to coie into the
Ten years ago there were twelve
Democratic Senators from Northern
States. Now there are but six. On the
whole. the solid South is not good for
Northern Democrats.--Nw .Yor: Ier
-It is likely that an ice factory will
he startcd at Rock Hill this summer.
When I say CAnE I do not mean merely to
top then for a time, and then have then re-,
turn again. I 3UAN A nADICAL CURE.
I have made the disease of
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CURE the worst cases. Because others have
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express
and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C. ROOT, M.C., 183 PEARLST., NEWYORK
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C tost and Palatblea MilkM.
The dgetat reet o Cosanptaen,n
Weaete sod auacturers by ths moe
ici ~ustdhath beae theh after
aavngo been''eratalyzed by the emin-n
h emarkbin tata ea., pdur. Poii
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in pty analedna byualte inenat
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mpeielysitdeed fretrsonsm ekaddl
ts pSod and miinal ateri oeks.
To The People of Clarendon:
I ami1 the Agent for the Cel
LIDDLLL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this county for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft-.
g All this machinery is direct
from the factory- and will be sold at
the Factory's: Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantage
of purchasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HARVIN, .
.Manning, 4. C.
THE LADIES' FAVOR1"rf.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
Ifyou desr to purbase asewing haeine
askor ccs c-atyuracrts n
CaJ I O - 28 UNIO ANN :.a
ST Luts o. p.LA -samR~asco~a
S, Wolkoviskie, Agt., & Co.,
li O" .0i
Fine Wines, Liquors, To
bacco, and Cigars.
The only Pool and Billiard
Pailrlors in the Town.
SDNION PURE OLD MOUNTAIN
pCm.ty or an ider Fige, wit
dare, <tt Godf earerade5o oblwln feed.
0 LDOMSEi4 TMAGIN.EMS.
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nealexeue o y Poille d Billien.
tion. s i teTon
SMNNNING, OL . C.NTI
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