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SATVUDiNfr. January ', : 3
P. M.'Y..VN I)A IMr, K r..
.40. s. 1 .:N )S. AnEOcu rnH EDIT4.
THE bii to place Oraut on the re
tired lit, with the ranik (f General aln
a big salTy, was detated in tihe Sen'
ato oi Wednesday by. a strict
vote, ex:6)t tait 'Lamr and McPhe'.
s031-voted with the Republicane lin It
favor. L -gan say lie Is not discoini
atged, and will continue to press th
pneastro until he secures favorabl,
Tim death of [lhe actor Sothlern ha
caused tnuch regret In theatrical am
other circles. As Lord Dundrearv I
was inimitable, and lie played ii
character speveral thiousandl timies, rea!
Izing, during the latter part of his life
at least a hundred and fifty thousam
dollars a year, most of which he spent
He was the soul of convivialitv. Else
where will be found an accont of hi,
amusing practical jokes.
Tun apportionment bill hits been re
ported to the flogso, Were the num
ber of nembers Oxed, it would be bir
a question of arithmetic to divide on
the members accorditig to the ratio
mid assign remaining seats to Statei
having the largest remainders. Bulv
q good deatl clepends on thle number cl:
Inembers, as thle large-ctt remainderi
fall to diffierent States under difibreni
apportionments. The smaller th
number the more favorable will thc
distribution be for the South, whik
the gailis for Increased mombershir
Will inure chieflty to the benelit of th<
North. Mr. Cox, who has charge 0
the bill, recommended three hundre(1
and one memberse, instead of two hun
dred and ninety-three. The commit
tee decided to report a bill fixing the
number at three hundrcd aid eleven,
while the Republican minority recom
imended three hundred and nineteen,
Their motive is obvious. Of the eight
members thus gained six will go to the
North and only two the South-a gain
of four north of Mason and Dixoni
line. It Is a pity that the number is
not fixed by the Constitution, as the
Jaw now existing permits of a Species
of gerrymandering in the way above
shown. In any event it is gralivinig
to know that South Carolina is assured
of an extra Colgressiail..
Another Batch of Senators.
The Kntsas Legislature has at last
succeeded in electing General Van
Wyck to the United States Seiinate, thua
defeating Paddock, the present incum
bent. Van Wyck moved,. not long
since, from Now York, which State he
represented at one time in the lower
house of Congress. He is a Republi
PhIilet us Sawyer has. been forn:.h!y
elected by thle Wisconisinm Legislatie.
Ji-e is worth two mnillion dollare, nmatte
fromi nothlinag by legit imati~e tral. ini
liiiher . ltejmort silyV he is a ga...|
man,33 anhd that last Chrm':tm;i lhe -anm
celledi twenty-Six thoutat dolu
wvorth of dle dnei himi lhe ''hi fiem'
wrho. h~e fc h, w tnild he tin biian.'ed bs
i'c.mri3.s we mtade ]ist week Coneern..
Tfhe Democrats of West Viruini
have elected Johinso1 M..Camiden S'ea.
for, in plale of lErawk,~ I%ru~ford, the
Senautor Mh~axey ha~s seculred a re
election in TIexas on the Iirst hllot.
Throekmnorton was his pr-inzcipal oal.
The~ D~emocrats of Trennmessee, I iredl
of prIocPastiniation, proceedehd to busi.
n1es on1 Wedniesday, and electoel
Ilowell E. ~Jackson, a State credlit
Democrat, to the Senate. lie is
smieiber of the p~res~ent house ini .Nash
ville, atald wore his spurs durn g thac
recent prolomiged conatest bei weeni th<c
twvo p'arties for sulplrmacy. floth
winigs of the D~emocriacy uited umpoi
him . Th'lis is most gnat ifying, as i
niot onily SelS Tennessee5C right buti
enusutres a D emnoerni ia Senate after thl<
fourth of Marcih, unless 3l1~aie ama
Dav'id D)avis go over to the hlep~ulhi
I a P~ennmsvaiiia, Camecron's force
shaow evidlenice of dlemioraliz.ation, am
the Blolters aire miakinig slight inroad
Into the Regular. Republican, raniks
Oliver mnay have to be wvithdhrawn uin
less Cameron greases the wheels of hi
miiehline, It is rnlty and creaks badl
The Political Prosecutions.
Tla he cws anfd (Courier' eontaiins
timely edlitoriall, enlliing upon03 thI
D emuocracy of the State to rally to th
sup)port ofjthiose thiree or tour ii hundie
genitleinen who have been arrested, I
the several counties for alleged vlohai
ta ons of the. election laws. These me1
nro but represenitatives.of thle party a
large, and hai e been selected at, a4
(lom, not because of' ally wronigdoln;
themnselves, but simply because th
F14ederal admmdnistramtion desires to hul11
doze the Decmocracy of the State int
submilssloon to Its wrongs anid oppnrpa
slons. A partian. exaecutive openas ti
purtlse-stitgs,nd on'ers a preCium t
ever'y puimp aind sco.unidret. to swea
falsely. 'ience the, activity displaye,
in these arrests..
Since It Is mernely a huge lpe
party zimnagenwnmt,. It behooves thi
Diemoerats to. meet- organlization wIt
organuization, and~ to taikte up thm
gauntlet thius thrnown defntIy.Iin thel
faces. T.io allow the airpsted wyrsoi
to light their bat tle siglo-h:wded,. e
even) to suiffer the expense5Oto rest upo)
-~ 8~y10n loCAlity, or anyI oneonty
-. Iery Demon~
-- o manaWho did hhi
ty by iappolrilg at the poi oiln (it
day of eletloi Is equally liable to ar.
. rest with thioso alreftdy bound ovor
it is oily necessary for the hlfed per,
Jurers to bave soon a Wn present or
that day; they are then at liberty t
swear the most matvelous falseh'ood
nfraist him. Let every Democrat
i then, put himsolf ill t1 phace of thos<
Who have beenT arrested. I'i he gruttge!
the small pittance asked of him, lel
him consider how lie would feel i hi
fellow Lemocrats hiould go back or
himl) ill caise of his ai'rest. It will no
do for hilil to sav, "I was not Coln
spicuous oil that. daiy-dlet those wh(
Were bear the br1uint of it themllise!lveS.'
If there be such a persoln, we say k
him, "Ir youl were not out. on electioi
d:aV eXer-tilg every efiort to proteo
yoursel, your family and your )1peoph
against the surging tide of' barbarism
You were not doig your duty as a
Democrat, as a citizen or as a man
and you should be only too glad t(
contribute your quota iiow, in ensur
ng an enlightened government and ii
Irosperou1s cotfiOmonwealth for all timt
We do not believe any sutch will be
found. As far as we kiow, the Demo.
crats worked ill entire unison In the
Campaigi ant in the final issue. Each
man, to the best of nbility, performted
tie duties allotted to hii, and by thit
hearty (co-operation victoiry was ahisur
Ce. Lt Ls stand togrether as one man
aS long as on1e cloud rellalis in the
As to Fairfield, we have this to sy.
According to tile general programlnie
of the lladicah. Winnisboro, in Coim
Inon with all the cotunty towis ill the
State, was made the point of attack
and conceintration. The programme
was to Illass seveial thousand voters
at Winnsboro, an.1 to so swamp the
box as to overcome all Democratic maa
jorities elsewhere. They failed. and
they are now endeavoriig to make
their veng(eanlc by these political
prosecutions. Similar tactics were re
sorted to at Jenkilnsville, and simlilna r
arrests were nmide throuligh spite. The
stand mnde in Winnsboro and Jeni
kinsville eireid t.o the benefit of' the
party at large. and tie party iust pro
tect all its conponeint, parts. Ve be
lieve that the respose will i) givenl
ill no un-criain tole, ad1 that, the
colit ribiution called frb thlv 11e Cou imtv
Chairman will. he gladly given. It is
t.he lenst, that enn be (one1 for those
whoare now put to expelse and trou
I le simp11ly as expoleits of the party.
nw H~e Played Proiniks on the PItblic-A
Iich arild RaCy DescipthI11n Of Ilift Priv:ste
Lif Seenn lit al OmnIbi.s-A Terxinie,
Fight With Colcpl sSellera.
From I l: New York Hhtaid.
No esfamou~ts t hanl as5 an1 actor0
ploits iln thik line. A toetm em
woblgvanehibi' '*1~ tit inrof hstelyg
in NovYork i t a given hiour.
ltyI the pin ted time14 thous-ands of
g..iz/in10 li intnly att t h sleele. A lteir
l:e Ilur orI t wo, the IIell I wais discover -
edi. :uud th~e atir wasi bte withi uIbot
ied profaity(. Not for somefl tim wa0 is
Sot'i-ernI's par3it iln the performan1ce dis
()in anlotheri occaion lhe adlveirtised
that ' 01 Flrece, thle actoir, desired to
Ipllr.:bia e a. nIubr ofh~~h d) ogs. and1( as5ked
ll pei stils to hwin g Ithir c' 'ulaineCs itr
illSpeet ion between thle hour i., of1 $(even'
atail thlree. Florenco tells the .story;
"Thle inext m.ornlinig by (eighlt o'clock
the -t reet in Ironit of myl bionis was
A rontsed by the infernaiil nloise, I got
ont1 ofii biVled, 110 ent the'' windo w,
and1( as I drew; lmek thie cur'tain i e11x
t't low inl that iiorler crowd;4 bhl u'p
hlis (log nad yelled. ''lere he is, i.
Floreince; thni' is Ithe one0 vona.
I don't kniow; wuhat else they~ said, tfor
the( holi ng a nd bamrking oft th 11dtogs
and( thle laughdt.er of' the, crowd drown ted
all other sounds. I was at ai loss tto
aleLoulnt 101r this strlanlge Siiht . Al's.
FIornceIO came~i to the w indw , took ini
the scene ta d withn that nihe pcpti) on
6)' thl igs whiichi neOver desderts te se x
ini an1 emergencyOltW. sabii: 'Whiy, 1 see
but 0110 of' Ned 5(1thern's ~joke's, mn
deari,' and14 with1 that she4 'xc(laime1ti
'LAok, lotok, it's he ! Therel' is Sothierii
II from1 the) window, but1 wh~eni Nales, i.
said that the groat joker' was pre'sent
Il in eron I wenIt f'orwardl, and1( sun
-enough thlere lie w;as,. looking~ at a
beautiul Sk ye terurier. whIiich lie afIter.
ward purhchae.lie I turnried to mii
wvay he ltots of adjuistinjg his eyea-laiss
he put11 it. 0n and1 looketd str'aighit iat m<l
ats if he1 had( Inever' tseenl mie, and11 ther2
inlnocently asked a hov', who was' hohl(
:who is shazking his list atI us?' ' Why
SFlorencae, the actor, lives llherle, atul( in
IiIadvert i sed for diogs, and( ta t' whalt
"G ~oinig into the dog busliness, I sup
- p Iose ?' saiid Sothern21. 'Y~es,' .saidl th
I boy, 'l rec'(konl he4 is--he is alIways do
luig sointhinig teri us follows.' ' )Unn
. dlrear'y jogge'd al~ong amoI~ng thle cro'twd(
.and lie sid afte'rward it wats one0 o
his most suicce'ssful jotkes."
''A J11~oxF.ONE .isli.'
On.~i,one occasion Sother(n wa <Atei.10
tii ng ait dine 111e'(ight or ten gentlhe
men01. ini thle id~(st of' thle meal II
e Engl ish, Sothe rni's frienoid amiii ,age(nt
) waOs 1 an inetd. ''Now, hoes," sajs
tllle--everyiauo yuan o
st'r until I ive thle word(l. Tihis is t h
best ,j1on~ (IIIlnglish t hat. Youi eve
f Piaw.~' Suitin t l~he ac(tionl to the word
e down Iiwen't thle guests and( in euime All
la English .. Sitting by thue sides of Ali
SSot hern he pr'oceeded to dlisene.~s -tlh
butsinelss..thalt had b roughut hIIim to thI
"house,, apilmrenithy wi'thout tain g an;
8 niotico a (the1 vacaniti. (chairus or the lIt t'
1' onl the tahIde. Mir. Sothern on his par
a 81aid nlothling ablout his otherci gttest
'lte table, wonriod with: theIr forcee
tion, aml~ tnlablt to sec whiere ithe okl
0'ne in, nn'v'.ed up,, Alid to tile astonw
ish111ent of Mr. B0othern's last guest,
reisumod their places. As cb (on10 an
I)PeaIed Mr. SotlherI gave 111 a ly
wink-0110 Of those faIlous Dundiear
wilits yollhave &een on the Sta e-as
much as to say "Keop qttlet, o d fel
low," until the whole lhrty were re
seated and the. dinner pr'ocoeded a
usual. Down to this hor' unot one o
those gentleInll has ever succeeded il
getting Mr. Sotherin to explain wherc
tho joke was on English.
Till.: 1.1-E HOAX.
One of the most extraordinary bits
of 14pleasantry" he over conceived had
a most iatuail origini. Mr. A. M
Paler, of the Uin,- Squiare Theatre
3Mr. Sothe'nl and Mr. I'e, the hiusbaln
of Attebride Nuilsont, wvere iniiching it)
Brown's restatiil, wlien Mr. Lee in,
cidel 1ly conumenting on the Ameri
c:,i 111hbit, of carryinhg t pistol, aired
11s know ledge of what, an Englisil
swell would dlo it' i ruflan assau1lted
him--raise his hand quietly and knock
hii down. F!orenice clilhned to en.
er tie room and presently Dain lrvant
ahd Nelse 8eymotur braced eacht Othei
Itt 1110 bar. Swimo h whispered to
Florence and almost i IiIedilitelV wlA
seeied a tearltId row began. ll, vair
Palmer soughi to pacify''lorence. Il
vainl Lee endeavored to( persuladesoth.
crii to ble quiet. Everybodyi in the plice
bCntei iivolved. Sevmiion r aid hold
of' Brown's carving kiife and211 threatenm
ed nturder. All hands velled, shouted
and screamed. I'lie plaec was Bedlam
and poor. Lee, as white as his shirt
sought the plot'ection of the bar. Pres
ently peace was restored. Tie com
blataniitS shook hands. Winte was8 Or
dered an)d Sothernii Invited one anld al
to dine witI him on the following
i8unday. They did. MN.r.Sothern pre.
sided, the guest of tie evening, Mar.
Lee, sitting at the ight, Nelso Sep.
ilour at tile foot of the table and Dan
Brant at the left. The guests were
all'im evemii-g drens. The dinnter was
i sutntuos oic taid wiell servedl; the
wi nes were of rich aid rare vintages.
Hardilv a smile rippled over the I'icc
of iliy one preenlit, although inideed
SOmIle Iemari'k was Imiade wN len Mr.
Gaylor took from under his coat a pa
per battle-axe-the broad blade bein
cov'ered with tinfoil-suchi as is lsed
to kill tyran-ts on the stige. While
tihe sou1p wats being .Served Mr, Neil
Bryant drew from beneath the back
colint of his coat a dirk kift'e, the
blade of which was over a foot. long',
which lie solemnlv unlclasped ar2d
placed beside his plate. Mr. Chris
Connor took a six shooter from Ilis
coal-tail pocket, and laid it down care
l'ssly oi the table. Alr. Lee looked
avoiuld inl a bewildered wav. Ne1se
Sevimoir drew a scy'the- from Inder
tll table-and then a policelitll's club,
111 laid them in t lie middle of the
board. At this Air. Lee begranl to
move very uneasily, and whispered to
his friind-, Mr. Sot heln)
'01(d fellow, what (toes this meian?'
"'Keep (ilet." replied Sotherni, "it
is as I have feared. These oelilemiei
have been drinking and tI1er havc
quarrelled about a friend of thevirs, at
Mr. Weyinyss Jobson. (1110 ilt Cami
nelit sc.ho!ar, an(d a very estiilable
grentlemanl; but I hope, Foi- ouir sakes,
Ilat they will not a4tem1pt to settle
I1heir quarre'l here. It is dreadlfil. bt.
I holp,. deuw boyI, thlt they will go
away< quietily anil have Io row. I is
a fashliona th1ey havec heire to settle t heir
<hi-nites at a tiabo or' wheurever u~a
" But t here will bc. mur1 ider here.
Catnwe ot nuotifLy the police of' their
swer'ed Sothterni, in a distressinig w his
per. Wereyou even ob upce
byi~ these men I of att emuptinig to leave
thea rooma you wol be shot like a
dog, and1( no Saitisfatiloll wyould. ever be
givenl yourI r'ehlives ini a coin:.t ot. jus5
tice." By' this timie Mr'. Itoe was
lhor'ougly ariouised, and1( in 110 imood
for' tastinig even the first course.
''wI I.T A N IN F1-:1NA. COUNtY 1"
lie said, in a whiisper'. For a few mo
ment2 s thle r'eguhliri banquet business
wen1t oin, whien $1u(ddenly ia row ar~ose
at thle Iowver enad of' the table, and Mr.
Neil Bryan t, spr'ingig to his feet,
tieircely exchaimed : ''Whoever says
t hiat thle -1 ll'or o'f t he Frch.d Rev'o
lutio ' ritten by mys fiendi, DIavIid
Weys'f \ .J(bsonl, is not as good a
hook in every~ respect as that wr'it teln
hr Tomi (Carlyle on) thle same11 subj3ct , is
*lii', ai thief,' undif It'here is any tool
presen1'lt who1 deirnes to) tale it. i> I am11
hiis tuan" .' All.thle eness so~e suid
denly r and1 ('very one grape~s'd l5.s wealp
oin. Chris Conn ior'iQ' ioneil, as5 hei !Oi.ed
Ils list oh, "'You are noiothlera, I 'yant,
1a114 by my~ hanlidoine 1 n ill prove it oir
wvere firedl aind the roomi waes filled1
.tuests c liinchled anid 'itrul'e~ Ii, anld
oIese 5ey mouril, .wi'le1 L. r ftglng
across the (able, t hrust his t'oot Imo th<
pilung.e, but wsvn knockhed do~wnI. am11
11he1 ftuid it imp'lo,5ible to) release hi.
' .ot froim the ve>sel. .\i'. Lee nin1 tc
locked it. Bill hF'Iloirenice ill uat a lont
kile1 iltoI Lee's hands(1 and1( l ete out)
"'I1)fend( yousl'S[ Tids is buitchierlv
slieer bumlihery'!"' SothI erni kep't sny
doin't get sho0i !IThis is awfuil-a: thou
I and11 pardons-1i- 1am1 a st ranagoer in thE
Icountry1'3, ami l h 1ad no e'x pectai oln o)
enI to my)3 trienid !"' 'Th1 hotel in thle
ue1(sts and14 waiters outsidel were'( iiiak
ig frtie: li en ideaivoris to) break (opel
the doors, fe.ar'ing t hat miur'der wol<(
.\ TI:icH siSi't n.vTrT
in St . James110 streeot Sothbern had1( ve'(l
lie was) fnd1( oh' lenidiing to suchI of' hi
"riendb' as8 wishedl(i to)'pend1 anighit ii
'otiedel t at o' rienld 0rom 11 the coi
oryever occup (ied 1' I ''t le room gie
Sothien's lxui'ous conmc'h, thian hai
-weight ona the lbed. Stal*Led' ai smal
edition of' the 'ieluge and(. htundreds (2
down1'i from1 (lhe (leiling ona thie unhaipp'
imndiv idual drienichini g himli to thew ski .
A ['rr 01' .1on,
rThe former' maniager'of (lie St . Jlame
,'Theatr'e. L onidon , recal's Ian 11 dd ad1(
. ventur wl'itlh Si,:hter'n, as follos:
.'"Wailkinag down RiIegenit st reet. wit
a mne (one d ay, lhe said: 'You go ahlead
ei couple of' blocks, Fiske, and1( I'll g
i ucbu ve will hothI takthe l Atla
miu.' I f'hollowed his instru'1ctiom'
t. and1( eintering the omibuilis f')~imd SotI
S erni sit~t ing ini the1 dhilgona~ll.y (opposit
e-) (ionea' I nalmtully3 looked at 1hi1
li withi somel eniosity' to knlow wli'hi
- 111( hdsent. 1me 1 wo blocks ahleadl. 'Pei
('!('ivi ng this, tie asstunied ii verly tler'c
and'bellig t expreselon, and er
clai tled: ' you staring. at tie, 1r -'
'1h0 omnlib vas filled with several
elderly- lad two quiet gontlou oq
who loolcei ik.. clergyrmen, and a
.farmer iro: o Colnttr. I took the
ette at otice id replid, 'No; if I
I wanted to s e it ituybody I woul'd
i stare at a er looking matt thati
yourself.' th1 1othern's Indigna
tion appart- became uncontrollable,
and it, req' I till of the force of the
clergyneb onded by the friier, to
keop ili t A seat and prevent hilm)
frotn -thro g himniself upon ile.
Finally he I sted uponi stopping the
'bus,' and h ed tie to step outside
and either logize thn and there
for 01he insu V Igh hiin on the snot.
I pireended preer to (o the latIer;
bitsaid I i tId reminI ini tihe olluni
bIts, wheret it Sotbrn took off his
overcoat anl anded it to the nearest
old iivid to ld While he cliht 18(ised mle
foi- mV in)p ince. In the coutse
of tli desu -Y ' reimarwks in which we
indulged (it ig the mieloc, Ie remark
Cd tht, lie lild allow n6body except
his friend J it Robin.mon, of Philadel
Whia, to spc to him in that way and
ove, whepon immediitely inl
formied hin dint myv name wats Riobini
Son, surlna:1 John, and that I had
just arrnive 'i America, but that I
hadn't tho 1sure of his acquiaint
ince nor di particularly desire it.
Ill in instai Sothern's ianier con
pletely chat ,d, and, cliutbing over
the old mai , the clergymien and the
fairner to. i corner of the stage,. lie
endeavored embrace ine liko a long
lost friend. lie avowed that lie lad
never been ore delighted in his life.
stopped th omniibis and proposed
that we sho d get out together, which
we thereup) proceeded to (10."
TIOSE' iMARFUrL AMERICANS.
John T. vamond tells a good story
of a scai'e I lnd Sothern got up wheu
inl Paris ying Dundreary. Mr.
Riiymond P s: '"Te eclchrated bill
poster of P -s and Lonlon, Willitir
by name, w - in the greenroomn and
iade some mark as Coining fromn
Sot hern con ninlng rte, which I par
posel c ons led into a most grievous
insu1. 1 ling inipetuously into
Sothem's dr shig room, which was
just off the g 'enroonm, I demanded in
a lond tome int could be heard by
every body, i stant satitLfictioni or his
lfe, whisper ig to Ned to kee) up the
joke. Alwa s as quick as hightunin
to take a blin, he presently Cmergett
kiekimng me. gut of his apartment into
thn centre of the now thoroughly
alirmed peoyle inl the gretiroon. I
rushed off to Oet a knife. swearing
ve'ngeance, 'verybody appealed to
ie to be quiet an(( tried to hold ine
back, while I contended that nothing
biut his life's blood wculd wipe out
the insult.. Of cottrse the plav had to
conitinne, but the actors were abnost
afraid to go-on, the stage, looking oi
ile ats i wild Arnerican who, with
bowie kntife in 'hand, was about to
cominit a horahl.' imurder. Meim
whiiie Sathiern had quie IY sent ita iote
telling tIe to slip into his dress roomi
again, get some stage blood there, lock
the door, and that as sooni as he caine
off We would huve a "'time." I fol
lkwed the hitructions and after the
at lie canne down and joinedt me. The
people in the greeniroomn were oii the
alert, and bet ween Ned and imy'self we
gave their histenintg cam's the benefit ci
a full chorus of moianis, groans, imnpre.
"'.i:je, otagg'les and other soundls 01
tieni~ 1'l 'yhicil every flow ancl
ito some 0 (~O intiity soft ~substaine(
tht souimhl d v'ery much like a hiumai
b odyv. Willinhg, wihose iremariks htar
beenm the ca use of' all this commnotion
trigkh tened almost to dleathi, rusheo
aftler thle gendlarmes. W hien the lattet
c'ame they de~mnded entrance it
IFrechl. A tOw groanm wias the onhl
response. Believing that omne or bot)
of' us wiere near'ly dead thmer burst oper
thme door'. Willinig was (lie first at;
to irush ini, antd wias followed by thc
soldiers andl such ofl the companyiti as
wcr~c niot oni the stage. You can im
aginie their feelinigs wheni thev saw
Sothie'n and1( myself' covered' witlh
blood lyinig uponi the floor', with th<
gory~ knif'e nearm by, the enmtir'e apart
ment in confusion anid bearing evi
denices' of' a despera1'&te strugg'lq.
"''Pono rI low..' said one. 'has lhe got
a pulse' ' 'Heo must be (lvimrn.' wias
(the i'etnark of' another. 'Go for somc
stre'tchlers.' ' What, awlidu fight ers thlest
A mericans arel!l 'D)on't touch th<
blade l' and( othler similart expr~essions
werie also t~o be heard.
'Willing, withI a horror-st ricketi
face, stoope 4over and fel tt of Sothlerni
Ned pati all' raised his head anmd fee.
bly' wihiisper d, 'A gliis's of' champag"n(
--qtuik.' 'J IC 1)oor bill POster didni'i
s1)t'pcfo a gl s', but knocked off' tlu~
neck of' a bolt Ie, anid ini his haste, tc
he great dIi ntst of' Dundra'rvii', ntearh
clioked him.j (>death as lhe pour'ed ii
d (OWni. At uis instant I lified i
hiead in the anne way and t'asintly' callec
'Some ine too.' TIheni we bot fi i'aiseti
till (on our1 ( bows anid asked for' nmor<
witme. and1( t -en to our feet, until finial
1. , with a h arity1 iigh at thle succest
of ourii joke, we intvitedl the whole par.
ty to joininaptio.
A NOTaI t' MANsrox.--Thie Yor'k
ilait's dw ling house, recently die,
Istrmov'ed b~y fire, says: ''The 'house
thtus d1estr'O ed has a local history 01
sonie inter' t. Tihe lot on which ii
stood complises a be'ati iful Iparmk oj
- twelve acref. Tfhe house wvas built
about the .car 1815~ by Judge Wmn
SmithI, at tilt time a pr'omineint aniId~
-wealthy' cit i mi of' Yorik county, a law.
yeor of' abi lit , and1( for severa'ml termis s
reOslpeentat '0 ini Conigr'ess. in th<c
construct iont~f thle house otnly the b.esi
heart lutttbe' was ulsed,1 an1( at fliat
peiriod iii cavg and( orinamieiitam w iork
beinhg the~ rak: oni all houses of' prcetn
sion. nto exns tiOwais spar'ed by t he
bittler' in tIit style of omr inmentat lion,
We have hmead It. stted that the cost
of' the hiouse Was $17,000, antd af'ter' it
was fhiished fras megar'ded as the finmest
re(sidnceIC fth~ in the npperCm par't of' thle
State, and persons were knownm to
'travel a dis ntee of' sixtyv nilles or' more
fot' nto oth purp'Iose but to see the
w 'ondelrful I (ce of ar'chitectiiure. Jumdge
hiands. A it 185~2 iIt-wias purlichased
y' the lai (Col. It:. (. McI'awi, and
frtiom the r'resenutali'es of his estate
botughit by 1aj;or Ilar't?
-hlse denaler's ini wihiiskv coms'
Plu lai tht it ew ant i-lliuor' h'wi is
-ai'redy entI owni the satles of' whisker
1t this Fltt T1his Is thle host evidence
of its being, g"ood law.
--A comhitn.lhas~ etioraized at
(1a Carlesiont I coniduct ai steamt cotIton
,iiiil Ioft fr'o 1 2,000i to I15,0(00 spindles,
- emnploin1g; romi s~i'an hundred to
L'ght 'hand d Imnils, Woiy is to be
i beguni at mee, and( - Wir - mnilIlibe
e al wor'k b next seamson, th le ading
- binitess in ot' thle elt v, including the
0 nr ii mbi, ~ imteii''c.
DII WAo5 oy Alsitouny.--One tkousAnd dollarn
in gold will -o pdd.for er ginA 9 aerCw
Of Other ilfier b in May AD
10e Livor ral. M1P T r Atre01
Old uy all Druggist-i1 thiIOOtty.
EUALA, AA. Mar 6, Aft A
Mr. L. Shoeofeld-Dear Hir-I taM ole itires
ststing tint I have used your Medicatd k
Uoth on horses and Cattle, and ith great
success, especially on a very poor cow, which
I botghtnt auelion. Slhe gives nlow over two
gallons of milk, with a good prosect of in
creasing. Not.withsitanding the prejudice I en
tertained for other powdurs ilat had tried,
and iht proved wortniess, I do not, hesltate
to endorse your invention as being all you
claim for it.. P. 1IE1 XNAN*
(jentlenen-We have given Shoenfeld's tock
Feek to your horses. and Hin that it Is all you
evn claim for 16. Yours truly,
CHAPMAN & DAVIJ,
Propr'sa Livery and Sale Stables, 41 st.., Macon,
Ga. Sold by the Druggists of this county.
I ean Rssure you that in no aingle instance has
the Teethina everprored a fallure. We have tried
the soothing medicines, and everything known
to us, and "Old Women," and Teethina is pre.
eminent ia success, and a blesninit to motfiers
and chi kiren. J. M. DKLACY
After tryin Soothing Itemedies without
avail. and physicians without relief, I gave
your Tectbina and it acted like inagtc. I occa
nionaelly gi't a powder to keep inay child's guins
so/ftned. 13. It. IALD WIN,
WILL YOU BELIEVE IT?
VOxA N's E D.Sr FtittNp.-To relieve the aching
heart of woman, and br'ng joy where sorrow
reigned supreme, is a missioi before which the
sin!os of kings dwindle into uter insgnhlL
cI lce. This is the pecutila province of Brad
leld's Female Itegulator, which, from its hum
berless cures, is appropri'tely styled "Wo
main's Best Fi lend." The distre;sing compltint
known as "white. " ana various irregularities
of the womb, to which woman is sulject, dis
appear like niauic befor a single bot t16 of this
wonderfl comnpouid. Physicamns prescribe it.
Prepnred by Dr. J. Bradfleld, At-lanta Ga
For sale at $1 50 per bottle by all druggists.
NOW IN PERFECT HEALTH.
Ner Marietta. Ota., March 21. 1870,
Some mol'hs ago I bought a bottle of Brad
field's FemnIe iegilator, antI used it in my
fimily with the utmost satisfaction, have re
commcnded it to three other fa'nilles, and they
have found It bast. what It is recommended.
The females who h.ve used the Regulator are
now in perfect henlth, and nble to attend to
their household duties. We cordially recom
Inend It to tihe public. REV. It. B JOHNSON.
Mesq rs Lamar. Rtankin & h.ahnnr; Gentlemen:
My wife lid iwen troubled for 4i( veral months
with Bronchitis, and during that time t ied
nearly cver. filing tinaginible without the
Sliihtestbeneih . A friend of hers to whom I
mi-nitoned it told me t" get a bottleof Brewer's
Lung Restorer, which I died. and lees than one
bottle oured her ent irely. I w It recommend it
to all who are similarly affected.
Yours very (11u13
YATHAN C. MUNROE,
MlACON, IA., March 1, l88O.
Messr.3. Lnmar, Itankin & I.n'na,, Dear Sirs
I had fi quent. hemorrhagre before using your
Consumplive Cure, and had been treated by
Dr. Crowell Johnson and other skilled physt
clans without being relieved, and after using
three bottles of your Brewer's Lung Restorer,
the hemorrhage was stop d, and L hve never
had one since. I am now Pa better health than
before, a nd feel it my duty to state to the p'ub
lie the effects of your wonderful Consumptive
cure on me. Yours truty,
Mrs. E' 0 AVANT.
This is to certify that I have had Asthma
for thirty-flve years and used a giet many
ditlerent kinds of medicines Was 'tiroated by
Dr. Iloltonfive yenrs without tinning relief. I
then used your. Brewer!* Lung Restorer tind
fouid in 't a pernanent cure.
Vry.v truly yours Z. J- PARKS.
Soli by all Druggists in t his county.
,- Vm ir r-,.=
Pr~lny, llousTON COUNTY, GA., Janl. 28, 18,30.
In the 187l there wero two negro prisoners
confined in the Jill of this county, who were
very badly 4afllehed with thai. loathsome dis
ease Syphilis. Ii: iny olicial capacity as Ordi
nar'y, I empoyd Capt. C. TI. Sw it. then a r'esi
(ont of thi pce, to cure themn, under a coi
tract, "no cure, no ya y." He admintstered. to
them his celebrated Syphilitic 8pecific, and in
a few weeks I felt bound, undbr my contract, to
Luem'e'. ai comspiete and radical cure.
in testimony I heretnio set my official signa
[L. 'J.. tureO anid seal. A. 8. (ILES,
Ordinary IIOuston (County, da,.
We Oak ~'AvarAsouA, TENN., Feb. 14, lsig.
W ltkepens-nrc in sayin that the 0, 5. S.
13iving good atisfactilon. 'e have liad ex.
00 nt estltsfron'< numbe'r of cases. One
gentieman iiwIO had been coninned to huts bell
in"'weks with Syphilitic Jiheuhmntismu has been
euredi ent irely, and speaks in tihe highest praise
of it.. It also acts as well in primnary as in sec
Ondary and tertiary cmases.
CHIJLES & BIERRiY
TiHI SW IFT SPECiFIC COM PAN'4Y, P'ropii
Itor's, A tlantn, GIa.
SoldI b' all Druggists,
Call for a copy of'* Youing Men's Friend."
EDITORS AND NEWSPA PER MEN
of the country endorse James Boss' P'atoni
Gold Watch Cases. As a proof, read the fol.
- Balt imer'e,.Md,, Mhtrch 831280.
It gives moe pleamsure-to itiforma 1o1i that till
Jame~s hi'ss Wan.oh Cas~e I have carried hat
1len perfect satiefaction, It, wvars heatuti
- Ed. and1( Prop't, 'J'eteraim.
LaFayet te, Ind1., Mariich 8, 1880.
I take plensurn in (cmmendinig the Jamem
.Bloss Wateh Case as highly satisfacitory atnt
l'ltlaili in wear' to oneC of sohd gold. They are
t he "}ioss" in fact as well as in name.
W. 8. LINGILE,
Ed. an P11lrop't. Courier,
Des Moint s, 1hi., Feb. 28. 188t,.
Our- manageri has0 canrried a Jame na ost
Patet t nch Case, aind cheerfully says that, it,
cannot be Ibenteni in iiny way.
STrATiE LEADER COi.
Pub'hS /ou-a State Aeader.
Watseka, Iii.. Maroh18, 1880.
I am pleased to say that, the James B's
1Wn't'h Case I have isetrl slsatr
aifctEd. and Pa op't, /roqnoia L'o. Ti'nee.
Waiusnu, Wis., Ma rch i10. 1880.
The' Waitch Case I have of youri mnake is han
every hay sallsractory :1it is just splendid.
M AIKll. BJA R NM
Ed. amnd Propt, Torch of LIberty.
TIhe~ ahove are ('Onrtirredt in by hutn:iredtstoh
01hler' editors as w1(n as$ fl(mrchnts, miechanica
I T.h jewelers, In nii parts or thle counthy.
'h'lhis is I lie onily patent. ease' matde lir Two
I Plates oh' Solid (hold. It is wuarrantedl by ape..
ciaI ce'rtillente. Ask y our Jeweiier fotr ilitustra
tel Ctalogue conaininig full descipion.
JA S180ha ase aa lIsa
Saer ancasteedi Fifl on
nw1initethe -to m, ami C.l
AMULES 1AND pasedRSE, a
on ime ui fall, upn thear makbe
miesgood Licastri. Ial(o ivicl csi
bes, ad ment sly toat.helu ave ol
lthe ~s or SCSh. 111S~ltO'~
RESULren See an H O nionSet
in . MoIASTl'i, I~ El & KET~'iN.'mi
I j l 'el3. tl
WET OR DRY TICKET
Is the question which agitates the mind of the publio, not only If
Winnsboro, but all over tho State; yet Minnaugh thunders. forth fh lined
Df living truth, bearing the impress of Mimnaugh's geniu' and wearing
the majestic form of his
In Dry Goodp, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Carpeting, Glase
and Crockerywaro, etc., etc.
1%IBBCITS EIBBO~LWT iI
Here, my buyer, in the strong, terse language of the Wds, has "struclu
ile." I name a mighty sacrifice to the power of ready cash. 2,000 yards,
c Grosgriin Ribbon, worth fifteen and tiventy cerits, which I name at
popular figures-ten cents.
C .A. LI C O E S
My buyer on the floor of the great auction house of Field, Morrison1
& Co. has just brought down the hammer on m big drive in Standard
Prints, worth eight coats, at the surprising figures of Oc.
L. I & ~E T S,
The very small, dilapidated stock of those goods whichf the recent
cold anap left on my hands, L have determined to offer as a hol'causb. to
my "fetish," the god of bargains.
Jeans, Cassimeres, Flannels and Dress. Goods.are the leaders of. tho
MIIN'FEN HUVCK TOW'EiJLG.
Fifty dozen Linen Huck Towels, a drive fearlessly offeredias the best
Towel in Carolina,. at. twenty -five cents.
T I ITW -A- .,E.
To close out an odLd lot at foss than the material cost.. Examine if
I still; reiterate the words; o often expressed-polite and courteouse
attention given every visitor, whether buyer or not.
J. L. MIMNAUrGH,
jan 20 T HE LE A -IDER OF LOW PRICEYo
AT T-1E CuRNER S I ORE
WA-T.TA . k11Tq WITITEI GOOD1S.
W E BEG leave to inform our austomers and the public generally, that we har
r flatly disposed of our Grocery Department for the purposo of making muor,.
room for our S
Which are now in store, and havo been marked at prices to induce quick sales. '
cannot enumerato the 'arious kinds and styles, but cordially invire all to call and
amine our stock, and we shall endeavor to make it the interest of all to purchase.
CLOTJ IIG, HATS AND' GENTS' FURNISHING GO0ODS.
This department has been extended, and we guaranteo prices as low as-the lowest,
Our Troy City Perfect Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundried or Un
lauadried made to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOESR'
Are our specialty, and to those who-have tried them- we. need-not-odd. words, To'
those who are yet strangers to the durability of this honestly ea e Sho.a.re osk you,
to call and buy your- witer supply, er a singe par ones ifyen pre trying them..
You will not have to como often--they are cknowleciodi by many to outwear a n
ZEIGLER BROTHEMlS' Gents',.Iadies', Misses', and Ihfants' Nino Shoes.. Itoduc#
your S 00 bill and save money by. buying the bert. Roemembor.t-he place
J. M. BEATY & Co.,
oct.7. ON TIE CORNER.
FOR THE GOOD, TH7E TRUE, AND TIE' BEAUTIFULI.'
WILL BE" DISTRIBUTED BY
DESP1ORT&S & EDMVND,,
(UNIE WRIGHT'S HOTEL,)
'N Merchandise, during FAIR WEEK, at most- atractive prices. So our'flies,;
Goods in all the latest styles,Trisnming Silkwand*8atln. hosairy, Handkerohi a
and Notio s in newt novelties. OutH' ainc Yothks' Hats in large stock'; Ladies',.
Gents' and Childiren's IPootF, and Fshocs, .1,AdieH' Closaks, now sand stylish, atNow York.
prices; U3lauketa, Carpets, Coftortables arrd Lop Iobdes, At the Now Store of.
nov 6 Di'SPOR'IT e' S<0IDM UND19.
_______ Under 1% right's Hlotel, Columbia, S. C.
The Ent Ever Frodnaed!b
I H E DAVIS L R'1TICAL FE ED
S. WING., "Vjmili iNj
CRALILENGRS THE WORLD TO PRODUCUO SI py .g1Lygg
w 00%0, thoisand -dollnr'a rewiad 'olbred toy anl person thlat *i. r
a range., of vork, and do it 1s welll - iIV oher' dachille a. as gr, done. o
the "J)AV1S VERTICAIL FEE) $8]i1~fG ( AC1lNIV.' Arrs a igcbets. fo
he contest will -be made willraiy.1One desiring to compe. forthe alovO-naine'
reward, within a re -na-blo tine after writ tel ipplia tiii Is recelved-a.
DAVIS 81AVING MACINE CO.,
A other.largo lot of the above Machines -and the- Improved Weed Jst, re
J- .0. OA O, gent.,
hto -and Colored Piques, Dres~s Goods in variety, flhijsion, Silks, Satinn
Gloves, Notions,. Hosiery, Laico Bonnets, Rucohingr
etinr n aoCollars, Fichum Ties and ever thigenorally.'
iound mi a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery 15tablish
yonteYou canget all you want a8slenably as sarne-goods can Ilo bolghtt