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They Fool Assured of a Favorable Do
clsion--At Work on the Southern
Democrats--The Bribes That They
Offer--The Loader Solooted.
WASHINGTON, February 14.-The
thieves are already arranging to
divido the flesh pots. Radical con
fidence that Hayes will be counted
in is now only equaled by the r.vidhi
ty of tuo place,seokers to be near by
when the garments are ront. Every
effort will be put forth to win
enough Southern votes to provent
the Democrats from filibustering.
If they conclude to indulge in that
line of tactics, the Southeri spectre
again stalks forth. It is no longer
idle speculation that plots and coun
terplots are being agitated to di
vide the Southern Democrats. At
least four distinct combinations are
at work to induce Hayes to suggest
upon what terms he can reward
Democratic apostasy. Lamar and
Ben Hill are not included in the new
conspiracy, because, as a prominont
Republican said to day, "All either of
them cares for is to get snugly seat,
ed in the Senate, and it is imniate
rial who is President." Tho new
plan aims in another direction.
Hancock, of Texas, is the one sug
gested to stir up Southern disaffee
tion. If lie accepts the trust his
reward, personally, is to be a Cabi
net position. Tho plan is this :
The Republicans are apprehensive
that if Louisiana is counted for
Hayes by the "seven up" tribunal,
the Democrats will delay the con~
elusion of the count until after the
4th of March to a now election.
They are plotting and scheming
to got enough Southern votes to
prevent it. As an inducement to
secure these votes, the guarantees
to the South are: First, one or
two Cabinet pilacos ; second, the
control of their own State govern
ments ; third, a guaranteed policy
on the part of the Republicans of
liberal appropriations for Southern
internal improvements ; fourth, the
passage of the Texas Pacific Rail.
road bill. The plot even extends
farther and contemplates the cap
ture of the House of Representa
tives after the 4th of March next. If
Hayes is counted in there will be no
extra session of the House. During
the recess enough Southern Demo
crats will be favored with patronage
to induce them to stand in with the
conspirators and enable the Repub
licans to secure its organization.
Without the aid of a microscope I
think I could lay my hand on a
baker's dozen willing to be :'seen."
In naming Hancock of Texas, as the
one selected to engineer the conspira
cy, I don't mean to insinuate that he
was aware that he is chosen to play
the Devil with Hayes' God. Ho
may be unconsciously innocent. I
do know, however, that upon him
the pressure is to be brought. He
is not in the next Congross, and a
man relegated to private life may
easily have his vanity tickled by
being called into the councils of a
President, though he be0 a usurpoer.
There are too many slhaky Demo
etats from the South. The Repub
licans know it, and mean to bag
enough of them to suit their pur
pose if they can.
LAwIEsSNESs IN DARLINGTON.
Darlington county, Whittonmore's
camping ground, is reported to be
in a deploralo condition. Incen
diary fires are of almost nightly oc
currence, and murders bid fair to
become as common as ordinary
thofts used to be. The p~eople of
the county have no con fidence in the
courts. A p~lea of guilty is barely
sufficient to ensure the conviction of
a criminal. Shall tihe thieves, bur
glars and murderers go unwhi >tof~
justice ? Th~le IDarlington eW8,
which has been untiring ini exposing
and denouncing the crimes in the
county, sees no other remedf than
to search out the notorious offend
ers and mete out to them the penal
ty of their misdceds. So shall they
know that they cannot escape p~un..
ishment, although they may . evade
the technicalities of the law. There'
is a gang of outlawsa near Timmons.
ville who may become an unwieldy
element in the course of a few
months. AB long as these .outlaws
are allowed to defy the lawv, so long
will these outrages growv in number
No peopic, in such a State as
South Cairolina, wvill lightly resort to!
lynch--law, and so resume the au
thority delegated to those who fail
to givo them security and peaco. It
will be unnecessary wvhen Governor
Hampton's authority shall be ac
knowledged everywhere.. Until
then the. people' must protect -theme
selves as beet they can.-V m, mad
Nano thie Authors,
An ingenious correspondent of the
Heral of Hlealthgives the follow,
ing fifty questions, each to be an
swered by the name of a well-known
author. Tho guessing of those
questions will form a pleasant even
1. What a rough man said to his
so when he wished him to eat prop
2. Is a lion's house dug in the
sido of a hill whore thoro is no
3. Pilgrims and flattorors have
knelt low to kiss him.
4. Makes and mends for first-clang
5. 1Ropresents the dwelling of
0. Is a kind of linen.
7. Is worn on the hoad.
8. A name that means such fiery
things, I oan't describo their pains
9. Belongs to a monastery.
10. Not one of the four points of
the compass, but inclining towards
Mme of them.
11. Is what an oyster heap is like
12. Is a chain of hills containing
a dark treasure.
13. Always youthful, as you see
but between you and me he was
never much of a chickon.
14 An American manufacturing
15 humpbacked but not deforn
16. An internal pain.
17. Value of a word.
18. A ten.footer whose name
begins with fifty.
19. A brighter and smarter than
the other one.
20 A worker in precious metals.
21. A very vital part of the body,
22. A lady's garment.
2:. A small talk and heavy
'4. A prefix and a disease.
25. Cones from a pig.
26. A disagreeable fellow to have
on one's foot.
27. A sick place of worship.
8. A mean dog 'tis.
29 An official dreaded by the
studcents of English universities.
30. His middc name is suggestive
of an Indian or a Hottentot.
31. A manufactured metal.
32. A game and a male of the
human species. f
33. An answer to "Which is the
greator poet, William Shakspearo or
Martin F. Tupper?"
34. Meat I What are you doing ?
35. Is very fast indeed.
36. A barrier built by an edible.
37. To agitate a weapon.
38. lred as an apple, black as
night, a heavenly sight or a perfect
39. A domestic worker.
40. A slang exclamation.
41. Pack away closel , nover
scatter, and doing so you'll soon get
42. A young domestic animal.
43. One that is more than a
44. A fraction in currency and the
45. Mamma~ is in perfect health,
my chil-and thus he named a
46. A girl's and a male relation.
47. Take heavy field-piece, nothing
48. Put an edible grain 'twixt a-o.
ant and a beo, and a much-loved
poet you'll see.
49. A common domestic animal
andl~ wh'at it can unever do..
50. Elach living head in time, 'tis
said, will turn to him though he be
TURNING OU.-Gen, Mattoon, of
Amherst, Mass., formerly sheriff of
Ilampton county, on starting one
snowy wvinter many years ago to
drive to Northampton to open court
met a team~ and, shouted to the
drivoer, "Turn out! I am High
Sheriff of the county." ' The man
pulled( his coat collar up around his
car's and replied, "I don't care who
you are; I am in no hurry." The
result was that tihe General had to
unhitch and lead his horse by wvhile
the stranger wvont his way. Meet
ing another team before reaching
Hadley, the sheriff tried the satne
game with belitor success, say ag
"Turn out!i I am High Sherift'o
the county. If you don't I'll -srv
you as I did a fellow I met ba
here a piede." The man uritehed'
in a jiffy, put his sleigh on~ the bank
and let the sheriff pass, and as he
did so, called out to him, "W at
you do with that fefl~w bk th~ie ?i "
"Oh," said the Generatlh 'Iwhulda'
turn out, so I turneokt" ,
The times are so laitd lat' 4
Irisliman safs he has' paitled'itb 'all'
4elegante'wArdroba oexpeg urdy~i
armholes ofsan old wai~sat.
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