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? Af?ert'',trtroi.< ol ?X7?il:'im<'?.tM? 1? l*ho
Thc Ttaftivl int A. iii rr. Un:-, hs* Kp
pwyrttftetl $i,SiO r.?r thc purpose ot
PiKs.nrivpiiix; prxoitcAi cxriniiiii.- in lin?
hu tm re ol' tobacco in Ci? Stale; ?K*}
\4> I**- given r.s MM fut nu r in each
ponr.iN. VAIO. i rsi by a currun li tee cf
ihrer pVmCi "i fi.rniT5, ?nd a pixuniillll
,-?f fbM i.? tbr fanner rvjvorti?g Hie
The H.*?ard bs? i<>ued a circular con
taimiu ihr fol low i ugcoudhion*, which
nuM bo complied frith:
"One acre of land must be culti
vated in tobacco. A CONOC? record
mn si he kept, showing tho dato of
seeding and setting plants, the variety
of freed used, Ibo character of tho soil,
the quantity ami kiud of fertilizer
applied, tile dad** condition of tito
weather during the season (tempera
ture sud rainfall), tho cost of produc
ing tho crop, including every item ot
expense connected t boro willi, thc num
ber of dave* work given to the crop,
kind and COR! of labor, date of cutting
and curing the same, and total yield in
pounds of marketable tobacco. A
statement of area and yield must bo
certified to in a manner to be ore?
scribed hereat ter.
"Von will bc required lo semi a
statement of thc average temperature
and rainfall (compiled from your
daily record) and the condition of tho
crop, to the. Commissioner of Agricul
ture, on thc first day ef each uioiuh,
und to send a sample of the tobacco
when cured lo the Department of
Agriculture, weighing not less than
"Socd for planting, blanks for re
ports and thermometers and rain
gauges will be furnished free by the
Department of Agriculture, the ther
mometers and gauges to bo returned if
"The fifty dollars given will bc paid
after tho crop lias been cured and
ready for market, and samples, with
reports prescribed, have been sent to
tho Commissioner of Arioulturo, pro
vided all thc requirements made by
the department havo been complied
with. The one hundred do?ar pre
mium will bc awarded by tho Hoard
ot Agriculture after all of the reports
ro&ulla and the samples have been re
"You will lie allowed to retain all
tho proceeds derived from the sales of
thc crop, exclusive of tho samples bent
to tho department."
The following is the list of persons
appointed: II. F. Fuller, Coronaca;
Lewis Brad wei I, Aiken; Jefferson
Stokes, Midway; E. E. Hurry, Gra
hamville; T. J. Hamlin, James Island;
W. It. Davie, Land*ford; W. C. Baker,
Mt. Crughau; Dr. J. J. Ingrim, Man
ning: F. M. Hogers, Jr., Florence:
Calvin Brice, Woodward ; B. F. Per
ry, Jr., Greenville; Hen. S. William*,
Brimson; Samuels. Sams, SocastocJ
L. C. Thompson, Liberty Hill; John
C. Foster, Lancaster; T. J. Duckett,
Clinton; J. H. Counts, Sci wood; Dr.
Ed. B. Smith, Marion; J. F. Belton,
Benncttsville; J. ll, Spearman, Jr.,
Silver Street ; J. J. Davis, Richland;
Edw. N. Uhisolm. Rowcsvillc; J.e.
Griffie, Plekeus; A. G. Clarkson,
Wateree; F. E. Thomas, Wedgefield;
II. 8. Thoma", Saiituc; Jas. McCutchen,
Church; Dr. Ddw. F. Avcrv, Hock
Committees have b?cn appointed hut
no selections of persons to conduct tho
experiments have yet been made in
Berkclov, Colieton, Georgetown and
No committees have yet been ap
pointed for the couulics ot Anderson
A CH A NOK OF FRONT.
Fr???ld>nt C'lor*lnuil Morf> Ararn.-ihl? lo
Ul? Obligation*, tn th? Dfinorrnry In
WASHINGTON, January 20.-There
arc indications that the President is
prepaying for a possible cohllic.t be
tween tho legislative and executive
departments of tho government hy a
more pliant policy. It is believed that
the President now begins to see the
vital Importance to the succoss of ids
administration of ibo cordial snppori
of his partv in Congress, Representa
tives interested in securing ippoiut
Uient* have marked with pleasure a
recent change in the manuel in which
their recommendations have been re
ceived by thc Executive. Men who
have taken umbrage at the cavalier
manner the President lins formerly
treated their requests for oftice are
now recel ret I at the White House in a
vastly different .?'vic.
It is observod by Democratic Con
gressmen that tho ijuicl desire mani
fested hy thc President to make close
friends with members ol his own party
manifested itself about the time trou
ble was threatened regarding confirma
tions between the Executive and thc
Republican majority in the Senate.
Mr. Cleveland doubtless appreciates
thoroughly the unenviable position he
would occupy with a majority of the
Democratic party in tho House, as
well as a majority of thc Republican
Senate, arrayed against him.
Tlrnth of Ooo. Krdpmnn.
A dispatch from Canon City, Color
ado, savf that. (jen. John D. Freeman,
who died suddenly in that city at 10
o'clock on Tuesday night of inflamma
tion of the bowels, was attorney gen
eral for Mississippi immediately pro
ceeding tho war. Ho was also a
member of Congress (rom thnt State
for two terms, and to his efforts was
due tho success ol the Vicksburg,
Shreveport and Pacific Railroad. He
was-,1 he author of "Freeman's Chan
cery Reports." Gm. Freeman was a
personal friend of tho late vice-Presi
dent Hendricks, and also of Attorney
General Garland. He was nt the time
ot his death a candidate for appoint
ment as United Slates marshal for
Colorado, ami his candidat Oro was
widdy endorsed. Ho wss held in
groat respect and esteem by tho people
throughout the State.
Atlant? Mouth* .Opea.
Six months ago we lisa no de mund for
B. B. B., bot now our retail demand li inch
that we ar* forced tn buy In f ross lots. We
attribute th? rapid ?nd enormous demand
bo th? comparative sb ? a nd prlc?of B. B. B.
(being largo bottles for fl), ar:d Itu posl
Uvs merit. It ?elle well ?na gives onr cus
tom*T entire satisfaction. Our sales have
bicrwiaed see per cent, within a f?w months.
JACOBS Pa* A HM ACT,
per Fred B. rainier, M. JD.
ATLAST.'.,Mun? IS, ISM.
During the past few months I have given
B. B. B. severe testa in the care of Blend
macases, and unhesitatingly pronounce lt
a safe, sore, harmless and speedy Blood
Pnrifler, folly meriting the ennfldoneo of
the publie, My customer? are delighted
with Its eiferte, and the demand has so
wonderfully Increased that 1 have been
compelled tn buy by the gr?es, as lt is the
?MST selling blood remedy I handle.
* W. A. GRAHAM, Druggist.
?WW'MPM"??'?'?.,.^ Il JIL_4'
?M AsMiN<;roN QO?BIP.
Vhc * tant** of Corruption AgntuQti Soin?.
ter l^aj v.c---lln}ai?l and (Ito Curtin Em.
v(ttptHdtto* of thf. Baltimore Hun.)
A clique of Otilo Republicans, willi
tin? noMsiAtico of a lew personal coo
mie* of Senator Payne in thu Demo*
eratic party of thai Suite, ar? engaged
in a desperate eifert 10 produce Ibo
Impression that his election to the
Senate was accomplished through
bribery and corruption. The imme
diate purpose seems to hu to force Mr.
Payne to rise in bis sent in the Se?ale,
deny the charges and a-k for a coin
inittec ol' Investigation. This Mr.
Payne luis declared he will not do, cs
ho considers the charges, and the
source fruin which they emanate, be
neath Iiis notice. The lower house of
the Onio Legislature, which is con
rolled by tho Uepublicans, has al
ready authorized a committee of in
vestigation, and it is understood that
all tho members of the Legislature
which elected Mr. Payne, who have
been mentioned as receiving a consid
tion for voting, have positively denied
tlie allegation. The scheme is, how
ovcr, il Senator Payne cannot bc
driven into asking for an investigation,
to torture the result (d' the legislative
inquisition into suitable shape, and
make it the basis of a formal request to
tho Senate for ail examin?t iou into the
charges hy that body. It is alleged
that lhere* is procodent for investiga
lion in tho absence of a demand from
the Senator affected. In the case of
Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, in
1807* numerous members of the State
Legislature petitioned the Senate to
investigate tho charges of corruption
and bribery in connection with his
election, but thc Senate Judiciary
Committee almost unanimously re
ported against granting thc prayer, on
the ground that it was competent for
the Legislature Itself to make tho in
vestigation. In tho Cameron case
there was no pretense of denial that
three Democratic members of the
Legislature had been paid so many
thousand dollars a piece to bolt tho
Democratic caucus nominee, Colonel
Korney, and vote tor Simon Cameron,
and not of the throe ever held up his
hoad atterward. Hut General Cameron
hold on to thc seat which ho had
bought, and thought any one extreme
ly verdant who expected him to ask
for ail investigation.
lt would appear as if the severe
criticism and denunciation visited upon
Secretary Bayard by Governor Curtin
and others in connection with the ap
pointment ot chairman of the llou-c
Committee on Foreign A Hairs is devoid
of the least cause. It has already been
said that it is not usual for a Speaker
to consult a cabinet officer concerning
committees having familiar relations
with his department, hut in this case
it is now known that Mr. Bayard had
nothing to do with Hie matter. While
at the Stale Department morning Mr.
Bayard's attention was called to thc
statements which bavi been made
about this affair, when he replied I hal
they were absorb. Ile said: "1 dal
not interfere in any maimer with tho
House committees, and bad nothing
whatever to do with Mr. Carlisle's
appointments. I do not believe that I
expressed a preference as to tho chair
man of the Committee 011 Foreign
Affairs, and I certainly did not attempt
to defeat Mr.Curtin':-* reappointment."
A C?CI.OXK IN CALIFORNIA.
RnUrnaU Car? Iilown Prom tlu> Track
nonar* Blown Down nnil Conrriil Havoc
rinyod by th? Wind.
One of the severest storms that have
ever occurred on the Pnci flo coast look
Place on Sunday and reached its height
shortly after noon Thursday. It extended
from ?lio northern boundary of Wash
ington Territory to the southern boun
dary of California and from the Hock y
Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. There
was an almost continuous rall of rain
and snow, Accompanied by wind
which from live miles an hour grad
ually increased, until abolit I :'2b fit the
afternoon, when it reached eighty-two
miles au hour.
Tlie storm was predicted by thc
Signal Service, and a cautionary -lorin
signal was displayed by order of Lieu
tenant Glassford, fron, ibu flag staff of
tho Merchants' Exchange building.
Owing to this timely notice, many
vessels remained in port and escaped
the fury of tho .storm. Although tho
hay inside the harbor was very rough
thc passengers on Hie ferry boat being
made seasick-shipping did not sillier.
Considerable damage, ho wovor, was
done throughout the city by tho wind
and rain. Houses were unroofed,
sheds, fences, trees, awnings, sign.-,
church spires and mauv smoke stacks
were blown down. Huge pluto glass
windows wore shattered, base mon ls
Hooded and shutters broken. Cars
wore lifted from their trucks by tho
force of the wind, and a covered wagon
was cui?jhl up and carried some dis
tance. Nb loss of life, however, has
About 1:30 p. m., when the wind
was at Its highest, the west wall of tho
Mcchanics's Pavilion was blown in
and a few minutes about eighty feet of
the roof of the building was carried
across tho street damaging the build
ings on thc opposite ?ide. Thc damage
to thc pavilion amounts to several
One of the most unfortunate disas
ters caused by ibo storm was tho col
lapse ol a tWO-Story building at Mis
sion and Thirtieth streets. At tho
time of the full of the building Mrs.
Annie humbert, Miss Coy lo and John
Carroll were iii the building. Carro 1
escaped but tho women were buried
under the falling walls and were se
verely, porhaps fatally, injured. Tho
most serious result of tho storm was
to cut. off San Francisco entirely, tor
tho first timo in its history, from tele
graphic communication with the out
side world. The wires hogan going
down ?no after another, until a final
break occurred about half past twelve
in (ho evening. For a short (?mc (ho
city wires were rendered useless.
Washouts hare occurred oil the South
ern road at sevoral places between
Mojara and Yuma. They are not
considered serious, and the road will
bo repaired in throe or four days at
tlie furthest. Little or no delay has
occurred on tho Central Pacific, al
though thorc has boon a heavy snow
fall bel ween Truckee, California, und
-Investigations made by tho Chi
cago police and detectives have dis
closed the fact that thc anarchists of
that city--composed largely of Gor
man speaking people-have been eu
Saged in manufacturing dy nambo,
ombs and experimenting with other
infernal machines, for the purpose, as
they declare, of destroying tho militia
ami blowing up tho large public build
ings when tho "great revolution"
i ?V4?I ...
' . '?' A''
TH KT WO S AM?.
Tho Sleeting IM Cincinnati, Lei] l>y tit?
Kev. 8a ni il ones aud Mr. sm:iii.
Already i'?' meeting* ?" CI liol u nat j
uiidoi'the leadership of tho Kev. .Sum
.Innes ufo becoming tho loading topic
ul tho HI ison ami ??ive pi omise of ro
dueling the IH<L>^I profutul religious ora
ever known ?ii tho history of this oily.
The newspapers frankly admit that ho
won upon ibo confidence of tho people
in his llrsl utterance-, amt ihut the
happy iinpressieus ho nonionic widen?
lng anti deepening willi every service.
His open, un st nd nod maimer, his
earnest words of sympathy, love and
soliciimle, ami his pei feet faith havo
completely captured fol' him the hearts
Of ail who have heard him. Ile has al
one.: conquered all the popular preju
dices that garbled newspaper account
might have engendered. Tho cager
crowds who aro thronging Trinity
church aro not the usual ftrst night's
crowds of curiosity seekers. The spirit
ot religious interest is fully manifested
and the situation at this carly stage of
the meeting is lull of glorious promises
(d', sue jess.
Thc Enquirer said editorially, after
tiring a few "pointers," that "in his
tustle with ?Satan in Cincinnati, wc
aro decidedly on the side of Sam
The Commercial said of tho initial
service that "the church was crowd
ed to its capacity, despite thc weather,
and the famous preacher reached the
hearts ol' his hearers," and also re
ported "nattering indications for a
't he ?'MN said: "Beforehfl had talked
live minutes ho had that large assem
blage at bis mercy. He was so frank,
so lice, so unall'ected, the words caine
in such purity that every one was
charmed. Sam dames is a wonderful
mau in his own peculiar way. Thc
audience was really impressed and
delighted by thc wonderful discourse."
'Ibo Evening Titearan) says: "Sam
Jones opened the Lord's campaign
against the devil last night. His
attack was vigorous and full of tire.
The indivual sinners received broad
side after broadside. Cincinnati can
stand a good of reformation and still
show Sodom several tricks. We wish
Mr. Jones success."
The livening J'ost, in comment ?mr
says: "In manner he is perfectly nat
ural. He dresses, looks and talks
plainly. Von hear no gorgons, high
llown periods from him. His speech
is pure English; about seventy-live
per cont, of his words aro inonosyMa
bins, ami words, too, have only ono
meaning, lie thinks clearly and log
ically, and his experienco in address
ing juries is oowing him good service
in aiming straight at the mark."
The Times-Star, quotCR the strong
est points of the sermon and remark*:
"Ii was extremely entertaining and lilli
rd epigrammatic sentences which was
thoroughly enjoyed by the listeners."
The Hov. Dr. Joyce, thc pastor of
Trinity church, says: "These arc not
only the largest congregations that
have ever attended rovival ser
vices in this city, within mr knowl
edge, hut Ihov aro made up of the
li nest class of Cineimiat ians and of
people who arc scldein reached by
the preachers and churches."
The large number of ministers tn
atteudauoo at each service arc evi
dently interested in tho great work
and arc ready with rcpoiisivo "amens."
Mr. Jones hasfiilod the appointment
up to tnis time, pioneering thc way
for the continuous and heavy work
ahead. Mr. Small is prepared to go
forward with his assignments when
reached, and thc probabilities are that
as no available hall in the city will
hold the. people double services will
be held in separate churches. Every
agency will be used that graco pro
vides to make this meeting of won
derful and pcrmailOt good results.
Thc sermon lust Friday night on thc
demands ot thc situation and the duty
ot' Christians in Cincinnati in thc
present emergency, was ono of un
usual fervor and power, lt created a
decided sensation among thc people,
and caused many persons to grow
.serious with unusually pertinent
thoughts about their own lives, and
daily examples. 'Ibo effect of the
icrmon will bo great upon tho future
progress of thc work in (his city.
A nivMAI.KAIU.r. CHARA.OTKK.
A slave Who I 'ollowcd Un- l'citioir* of the
In Mansfield, La., on Monday, wa?
held thc funeral ol' a well known and
remarkable character. Levy Camille,
seventy-six \ ears old, died alter a long
illness, ami his funeral was conducted
by veteran soldiers of the Confederate
anny. Old Lew Camino was a negro,
and his lile had been un eventful one.
I Ie belonged to the Hogan family in
Alabama, and when the Florida Indian
war broke out in IM?, although a
mere boy, he followed his \ oui,g mas
ter lo the Hold ot action in tho capneity
of a cook and general waiting boy.
During one of the battles ho saW his
master killed by au Indian bullo', and
laid him away in a foldier's grave
amid thc everglades of Florida. He
remained with a cousin of his decoased
master until tim close of tho war. Ho
was present at Honorai Jessup's camp
when Oceola, thc fame us Indian chid,
was, as Levy always claimed, treach
erously captured bv thal officer. Ho
returned to his homo and wan a faith
ful house servant until tho breaking
out of tho late war, when he ugaiu
went to to tho army as the servant of
voling Dr. Hogan, of Mansfield Place,
who was a member of tho Do Soto
Pelican Hi flos, Second Louisiana In
lantry. This famous company, from
first to last, contained 161 men, and
old Levy bellied to bury about 100 of
them. Dr. Hogan wes killeit at the
Wilderness, but old Lovy remained
with the company and cooked for the
well and nursed the sick until tho lost
yere of tho war, when ho returned
ho.ne to join another young master,
who hail become old enough to enter
the army. Of the Pelican Itifles only
thirty returned homo, including old
Levy, and all of thorn but one were
wounded. After thc war this black
Confederate became n Democrat and
labored earnestly for tho overthrow of
Ropublican government in Louisiana.
Nolhiii?? except his birth and color
prevented him from being a master
among men. Tho surviving member*;
of the Pelican Hilles, oidv five or six
in number, arranged for tho funeral of
their old friond.
ADVICR TO MO I 11 mts.
MRS. WIX?I,OW'S MOOTHrHO Hrmrr should al
ways bo used for children loothlnK. lt sooth??
tho child, BOfu-ns tho jr urns, altars ?ll pain,
cores wind collo, and ts tho bwt remedy for
fUarrliosa. Twenuy-0?s cents a bouts.
-Cold is said to ho scattered ail
through tho rocks in tho northern por
tion of Spartan burg, and some shrewd
speculator may yet step in and realize
OENKRAt NEWS IT K.MS.
Knots, of interest, Gathered from Various
-Thu Irish Nut lu tut I Longue i-* still
-Miuy Thoma*, colored, was burnt
to death in Union by lier clothing Ink
- A colored woman named Williams
was burnt to dealt? near Aiken a tow
-Counterfeit $20 gold pieces have
appeared in Newberry anil the people
- Hog plague is causing terrible
havoc among the porkers in portions
-Tinco oil stores were burned in
Phildelphia on Thursday, burning ono
man to death.
-Grapes and peaches in Greenville
arc not believed to have been hurt by
thc late snap.
-Tho citizens of Grecnvillo want
thc old court-house removed, as it is
neither useful nor ornamental.
- A runaway horse in Sumter struck
and killed a mule with tho shaft of thc
vehicle to which he was attached.
-Tba residence of lt. L. Brunei*,
formerly of Lancaster, was burnt in
NVadosbOi'O, N. C., a few days ago.
-Thc failures last week in the Unit
ed States wt rc 803-moro than two?
thirdn of them in thc South ami West.
-A dwelling belonging to Mrs. Nich
olson, of Edgellold, and occupied by
Joe Oliphant, colored, was burnt last
-Mario Augustine, a colored woman
who is believed to havo roached tho
age of 12/) years, died recently in New
- Adam Schley, the colored tuan in
jured by tailing from a train on thc
Northeastern railroad, died on Tues
-The new bridge over the Ashley
Uiver at Charleston has been com
pleted and will bc opened for trafilo ill
a few days.
-Friday was tho cob.est day of the
season at St Paul, Minn.-the ther
mometer ranging from 28 to .*l.r> degrees
-Charles Harnes, of Lancaster,
while endeavoring to rescue a friend
from the broken ico in Catawba Uiver,
- A man in Akron, G., sold his wife
for fire cents und now thc purchaser
is in limbo and the seller ba? made
"Professor"' Bradley, a necromancer,
has tuen arrested in Greenville, on
charges of fraud and attempting to
decoy a girl off.
-Prince Alexandria, of Bulgaria,
has agreed that negotions for peace
between Servia and Bulgaria shall go
on at Bucharest.
- Lazarus Parker, colored, of Aiken,
has been arrested on a charge of beat
ing his two step-children to death with
a garden paling.
- A Nihilist resort, has been discov
ered opposite the Annttchkefl Palace
in St. Petersburg, and several arrests
have been made.
-A train on the South Carolina
Ballway, going toward Charleston,
ran over and killed a colored man near
the Dorchester road on Thursday.
Wm. Sheehan, convicted of the
murder of his mother, sister ami
brother at Castletown, Roche, in 1877,
was hanged iii Cork last Thursday.
- Major Isaac Keels, of Sumter, who
has been in bad health lor (Hillie time
and was also affected in mind, suicid
ed by shooting himseit with a pistol.
-Chicago now claims a population
of 760,000, and the Times of that city
thinks sh* will outstrip London in
191U if tho present ratio is maintained.
-The "Mutual Self-Kndowincnl,"
which brought grief to so many people
throughout thc State, luis been reor
ganized under the old chat tor in Green
-Tommie, a young son of the lato
Congressman Evins, was badly burnt
about thc faro and eyes while experi
menting with gunpowder in Sparen
-Governor Hughes, of Arkansas,
has pardoned thirty colored rioter?,
whose sentences ranged from live to
fifteen years. They had served two
-Thc President will not back down
from his silver suggestions, nor will
be recede before the Senate in the
matter of his removals of Republicans
-Mayor Courtenay, of Charleston,
has becu requested by a committee
the citizens to withdraw his resigna
Mon, and bas asked for a few days'
lime to consider it.
-"Sheeny Mike," a notorious Now
York tough, has been arrested in
Jacksonville, Flu., foi a robbery com- '
milted in Troy two years ago. Ile
was just from Europe.
- Sydney Brown, colored, who way
laid and ki I lott Samuel Ford, white,
last Wednesday hight, was taken from
thc jail at Galveston on Friday night,
by a mob, and hanged to a tree.
- A manuscript epitaph now ii: th?
possession of au Italian reads: "Here
lies Sulviuo Armoto d'Armati, of Flor
ence, thc inventor of spectacles. May
(?od pardon bis sips. The year 1318.
-Tho President has approved the
Act providing for tho performance of
thu duties ot President in (bo case of
thu removal, death or inability of both
the President and the Vlce-Prcsldonl.
- Peter Jopseu, belonging io Peters
burg, Menard county, Illinois, bus
boen expelled the country by lb? Gor
man uuinorities. United Staten Min
ister I Yuille lon protestad against tho
expulsion, but his protest was unavail
-Tho Inte Col. Uidiardson's planta
tions uro situated in Mississippi, Lou
isiana and Arkansas, and his vast
landed domain, all in active cultiva
tion, rivals that of any grunt feudal
lord ol' the Old World. '
-J. and P. Coats, of Philadelphia,
the celebrated thread inautilacturers,
have purchased land on the Augusta
Canal, on which they will build a yaru
factory at an early day. They already
own a small mill there.
-Of the trl42 l2,2uo contributed, a
year or two ago, for the sufferers of
tho earthquake in Spain, it now ap
pears from an official statement that
only . 168,000 was paid ont, and the
rest lies snugly in the bank of Spain.
-Incendiaries arc at work down In
Dixio to an alarming extent. The
public hts been stirred ap and lynch
law is hinted at in case tho depredator*
are caught. Farm houses, mills, gin
neries, etc., have been maliciously
-The Marquis of Salisbury snubbed
A delegation of Irish Loyalists which
recently visited Mini, lio ftpparelntly
thinks that lio Understands Hriti?li
opinion aa well tis his wonhbbelad
viscrs. ftud lie possibly o l :><.? like
theil' dictatorial wins.
-.The United States ptitohl ?dice
has granted patents to lin- following
South Carolina Inventors! J. JW.
Kykurri, Abbeville, automatic iqn;
J. F. Bui iugt iv, ISoi) nett s v i I le, broom
holdoi ; I'. IS. llogeru, .Mullin's Depot,
needing muchino. \
-Spain .viii Appoint a <?overuer of
the (Juro I i lie timi I "alow Islamic mid
will send ?-?at leoonsio establish gar
risons, Sue will also* Mind au expeili
tiou to tho poi ut wheV'o thc gunboat
Albatross ulan ted tua German llag
dlU'hlg the Yap incident.
-Mr. Puru?11 is not* frightened nor
even agitated bv Iii? pr?sent publie
clamor r?>r coercion, luur alarmed be
cause ot ibo thrcatouccij ireuchory of
thc majority ol the (.'ubinek Ile
neither propos?e to jil oil d for what is
due him nor to sa.? for Liberal help.
- Mark Checkley, i\ well known lion
tamer and pugilist, <.>i Toronto, was
arrested last week on suspicion of
stealing a diamond ring. Ho was
found demi iii bis cell shortly after
ward, having deliberately strangled
hiniscll widi ii lady's worsted nubia.
- As a forlorn hope a siic-iuch bore
is being dag ul N&Utlcoko, Penn., over
the spot winne the minora are en
tombed, in order to communicate with
any miner who may possibly he .still
alive. There is no reasonable hope,
how over, that any of the entombed
-Madame Louise M airey, who
with Mr. stead, editor ol* tho Pall
Mall Gazette, and others, was con
victed in November last, in connection
with tho i liza Armstrong abduction
case, and was sentenced to six mouths'
imprisonment, died hu: week .11 Mill
bank prison, London.
- In the suit of Tho?, ll. Siriiighain
against Mrs. A T. Steward to recover
$50,000 damages for injuries which li
received while in her employ oil
farm at Garden City, L. L, which was
tried in the Kings County Supreme
Court, tho jury returned ti verdict of
$42,000 in favor of thc pltiintilt'.
- The silver men will soon ban
another ally. In the second voluta?
of the Hon. Jas. (?. Blaine's ''Twenty
Years in Congress" be takes strong
ground in favor of silver coinage. Thc
publishers of that honk are pushing it
forward as fast a? possible, In hopi
that it may be issued before tho silyoi
question is settled.
- A special dispatch lo tho Wheel
ing, W. Va., Tntctliyencer from New
bury, W. Va., reports that all of tia
thirty-nine coal miners caught in hist
Thursduv night'* mine explosion arc
dead. Newbury ls a town ol about
eight hundred inhabitants, ami ?is tba
minority ol' tho dead men had fumiliot
the town is .i scene of desolation that
- Wednesday nighl a party of younfj
folks wore enjoy i nu ihciu?olvos on Hie
icc on Voughiogheny Uiver, l'a.,
when a young lady named Miser fell
into un iee hole. Her escort, das. Mar
s?mil, rustin! to her rosene, bul the ice
broke, letting him into ibo wat?
Before nid could renell t li IM n t'c cur
rent swept them nuder tho icc and
both were drowned. The bodies have
not been recovered.
-Thc United Ire/and, i ? an article
entitled "Breakers Ahead," says: " The
suppression of ibo National League
will inevitably lead io conspiracy.
LtlVincibleism and (ly limul to will re
place the League's upon methods, for
which the Government will bo an
swerable. Tho United ireland -Tarns
Salisbury to ware ai.tl exhorts the
Nationalists io prepare for action."
Tho MtlCCCSfl mi Admita .triicio
hu* Achieved in ilu> ff.ouc
"Wc l.ivr nuil I*Al'llllt Ullii'ls ti? Kxlnt."
DliXTKIl, TaXAR, March 10, iss.'i
lii.o.a> BALM Co.? lt is.? grout pleasuro
to usto state tn you that your I). II. ll
takes thc load of ali blood piuiflcra lu this
country, on aeeotint Of Ibu eme-, ii has
efTooted since we ha vo handled lt. We had
a caso of scrofula hi our neighborhood, ol
lona st,militia, who had used all patent
mud ici ties which wer? recommended to
him; besides this, he niau had Hovernl doc
tors attending bini, hut everything failed
to oiTect any good, ile urow wm's? every
day, and bad not left his heil for tito last
six mouth*. Wo Lad Seen him several
times in tear little town, though it lats Leen
inore Iban Afb eil months since we Inst saw
Iiiiii, ami wc suppose this was I be last ! .Me
in* was able to ema" lo town, a-^ he lives
About ci-Mu miles lu the country, lbs
name is Ser von ka, and we aid a neighbor
of bis to persuade him to try ll. it. ll, and
after usine only ONK norri.i. he left bis
bed for thc hist ihue in six months.
To tho present time he has used less
than three bottles, mid he ls walking
Around visiting hi* hienda in the ta Igliuor*
bund Ho has gained strength ami llosli
rapidly. All scrofulous sun s aro be.nine
fl nely, and you river suva happier man
than bc is." Neatly everybody tor nillo?
around bas hoard ut Ulta wonderful nue,
and IMI who need a blun t remedy all fol
thc I) u. ii.
We bad a cue of nasal irrh hi our
own fionlly (a hui- air! m lour yus old),
who ii.,* been i-i.v.: ls. lt I), ; ir about two
weeks, and already .looms to be about weil.
Wc have only linen bottles lett, and
want you to ship na six dozon bottle?.
Wo take pleasure ia recommending
ll. ll. li. AS a lue.heine IVOI'thy of tile "111111'
confidence of um publie, its action ls
mine rapid Utan soy blood remedy we ever
handled. blHDTKK BUI -.'s.
Did you Sup
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
r|>R C0UOH8 AND CROUP USS
ILO: XT XL. XL. DES X 3NT.
The l,reel lara, a? fathered from a tove of the Mm* omni?,
growing aloof th? email ?treami la th? Southern Blatte,
centaine a eurailallng cipectoranl principle (hat looeeni
the phlegm tr.t ...??< th? earlj mornlngcough, and ?llmu
lat?> the child to throw off the fal** merevraue In croup aad
whooping coert. Whea comMncd with the heating toucl
laelnoui principle In th? m?llela plant of th? oM flelde, pre.
eeelt lo TavLOt'a CHILOUII lr? M VI.V pr Swirr Qvu AMI
MuLiti? the (I neat known retente for Coughe, Croup,
Whonptng.Ccgih and Cooiomptloa : and ao palatable, ?ur
child ii pleaeol to taVe lt. Ai? tour .Iraeelit fer lt. Price,
85c. and ?i. WAITERA. TAYLOR, Atlanta, Otu
l'*? HU. B108RRS' BUCatl.SBKBRY CORDIAL for
Marrho-e., r.i - .. : v and CblUten Tc*thloc. Foe ealv bs
rho Qroattrt Medical Trinm^h of tho Af?o!
SYMPTOMS OF A
I,osTOfnmjet Ile, Dowels cost tvo, l'nlit Itt
tito hoad, with ti dull nrunnttoti in th?
lnicU pun, I'M Sn un ?1er tho Shoulder?
bindo? t'ullnesn niter entina, wit? n<li?
inclln adnu to exortlou ot' hotly ov tuturi,
Irritability ol* torn per, Low BI>I rltw, with
rt feel Intr oi l- " vi nj ItetfloCtOtl nome duty,
v. ,?? 'i ir, - , Dixxlncas, I'lnttorlngal thu
Henri., Uni* bolbi'otho o y os, Uonctacho
oTer the rltbt eye, Itoiitleftiiiie?*? with
litful dre nm H. Highly colored I ri ne, und
TtJTT'S PIXJTJH m o cepcoliilly adopted
to Btic.lt Clisen, ono llOBO off lets Biiell il
cimiif?e oficollniraH tonstonish tliosuft'oror.
They Increase tito Api>ettt?,nnd < auso tho
t.i.rty to Tuite ol? l'lr*lt. Limn tit,? twatoni U
norn I'ltd, .? nd 0\ iii -.' Tonie. Action on
Um Dkucstlve OrivKns.lieutiliir Htoolsani
prorJurii,l^rr|i <? gr>< . I i rt!uren y St..:V.Y.
Ott AT rtAIR or WlllBKBKQ changed lo a
tuxissv III.ICK bv n tungin application of
tili? DTE. lt imparts u natural eolor.aots
Instantaneously, Bold by Druggists, or
font by express on rocolptof QI.
"^fTlco, 44 fvlurrav St., Now York.
IntheWiiiO^rowneCounirios of Europo, ]
lita use of till s ModtcalodWlne is univ cr .sal.'
His compose.? bf tito most approved i
VEGETABLE TONICS, I
which uro introduced into n puro
(Jenerou?Wino. Thovory finest
being ita m?dica! hasis.tl i'.s confidondlv
recommended ns a CUIY> and preventive of l
F'EVFIR ANO AGUE ,
ItUitlalloUicrdiseasofi originating from i
Fo r p LI ri fy i n g lit o
indimprovinie tho SecrelionQ.CInonia. \
na IT for Dyspepsia, Oarnp in "the atomach.
animmeiliatc relief for Dy3cntry,Col?c.;
Cfcolora -morbus and kindrod disoaQos,
GtniaralVt'eakness.Ncrvcu i anJ Monta! I
Dability, aaotrvcrci^n remedy fer Liver
C?t!ipla?nt.,.n'J diseases ti'lha Ktdnies,an (
oxcolienl E ppotizar, and a
without a rival?
in shaxltlviinvigorating all !J,r functions
of tho system, it is u n ea u al I od.
--TJ O S i 33
Asmnl!Wine ?5?r.S3 fu[j.three timos a day.
Sold b/all Druggists aad dealers generally.
T0PA?! CINCHONA CONDIAL CO.,
tSoltj/ycfUitto/V ci Mamiftirltuxj-s.
, 5 J i-f., f. S Jh-tj.
S PAUTA Miuiu:, S.O.
Prica per Bottle S ?.00.
Tn-ns r r.i?-r.r -<-?TI ?^aat^?^
Th? rl?manii for tito Improvool MAKH,' A. HAMU>
Pl.tNon la now anUrira thill a n?con<! ait.htlon lo the
factory baa bccinif iniperAtlve. IK> not rr mire one
quarter at much luntog as I'lniiria on Ui< prevalllntj
wro?t-pln avfltetn. CoiiMilt tlataloru?, free.
100 8iyleaof Ono* sn, tii lo ?900. tor Cash, Ea?}
P?>mcuU, or boiled.
Mason A Himlin Organ and Piano Co.,
_WKW YOHK ; BOST?)N ; CHI0AQ0.
S H. LEY
The Sohiblii Oiiano is n highly concentra
J nulo Fertilizer t <>r nil crop-.
ASHLEY co i i ON A NI) i 01?N < JOSI
wo crops (uni ?tis ? largely w- ii by tho Tm
ASHM'?YASIJ RLEMKNT.. Avcrycli
.illzcr for Cotton, Corn mu? fjinnll GrnJIn (
ASHLEY DISSOLVED I'.().*>;.:; ASJIL
HIIK?OS-for usc alont* mill in Compost hen
For Terni?, Din-, lions, Testimonials, ?nu
publications of thu Company, address
THE ASH I JOY 1*1 IOS
Thtwe pill? war?) a wonderful dla?OT?ry. Na,
^?Jwsall ruanntrot etlMMe). Tho Information
>U1?. ?Ind ?ut about ih?m and you will aiwaya t
W. ffoldejarywhtf?. orawit h>'m,U for>>0. jg.^
Ih. rtdan'i ?omIItIinM M LZ - - .
?owdarja awaolulaly J I Rf IM I
'/n^*^h^"??"pjjl|| jw BL
'< ownta la at?
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it isa part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Balm both freshens and
Pianos ana Organs
WORLD'S BEST MAKERS,
FACTORY PRICES ON THE EASIEST
TERMS or PAYMENT.
EIGHT ORAND MAKERS AND OVER
TUREE HUNDRED STYLES Tu
MASON A. HAMLIN.
DENT & A LION.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PACK A Ll),
ami HA Y STATE.
Pianos and Organs delivered, freight
pa Ul, L> all railroad point? South. Fifteen
days' trial ami freight holli ways if not
tST'Oider und lest tu your own homes.
COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
[LUDDENtv BATES' S. M. H.
X. \Y. THUMP, Manager,
COLUMPIA, s. C.
IMtHMHIMiliyHi'l I lilli! III Ml
NO Moro Terror! N,,! on,J shortens
lu ihuc ol labor uno
li wens tho luton Ity
No'Mora Pain I "' lt
?o.-v-oro.iain . (;ti.niiy diuunlshcHthu
danger to lifo of lioth
' rr? T>__ i motlier and child, ami
WO Moro D?ngOri,(.im,sthl, motherin n
comlition highly fu
jvoiahlo to speedy ro
' -r ri. ? covory, iiiid fur lesa
Mother or U??lS'llaldc to flooding, cat.
vulsions, amt other
- alarming By nipt o ms
incident i<> slow or
Tho ?rend of ,,;.miu| labor. lu
t ru) v wonderful efnctv
M Other hood ley iii this respect en
lilli s il to be called
Transformed to THE M O T R B IVS
EUI END un< to be
i.. liked as one of llio
ol tin- nineteenth c?n
pnd 1 rom Hie nnturu of
ItllO CUSO it will of
-y- y-v ~\"7~ course bo undcrsuxx
111 \/ that WO cannot pub
f J J, , H.sh certificates eon
lill IIB 11 tis lt KM KUY
without weundlna the
ii. li? .u v ol (lie writers.
; aoftitti .....i iinU? Vol wo have hundred?
Snfetj and l!-ns?;0fsllChte.stlmoiilalHon
_ _ lilo, and no motlier
?" a bo has onco used lt
will over ngaln bo
Suffering Woman without it in nor timo
A prominent physician lately remarked
to thc proprietor, thal ir ll wcro admissible
to m.ike public the Idlers wc receive, the
'.Mothers' friend" wo dd outsell anything
on thc market.
< ins i I.I.MI;:> :- During my career In th?
prncticu ol medicine I nae!, your "MOTU
ER'S KHI END" in a neat number of
leases with tho happicd results in every
, instance, lt makes ! .our easy, hastens de
. livery ami recovery, lind INSUUKS SAFETY
TO IIOTII Morin-I. ANlJ < llll.lt. No wollliill
1 can he Induced togo through the ordeal
w ItllOUt it aller once using it.
Youi > truly,
T. E. PENNINGTON, M. I).
Palmetto, Co., .lune 10, 1884,
i Send for our Treatise on ..Health and
Happiness of Woman/' mailed free.
llUADVIBM) UKO Ul. \ ron Co.,
i Atlanta, Ca.
M^llTWwrjnwro'iTii 11 ? mm
y to nw A oartaJn care. Not cxf<i>n*tve. ThrM
ha' 'rent ,'i un I In om-. i "...,( f ,r (^?2
IB th? Iii ?J, Urftdacho, 1)1/ 'w.. ... ii/ rvv.T Ax:
Wiiij cant?. H/ ?ll nruKKbe.M, ?r bYu???
U. T. UA/.r 1.1 KN ? \ wi
ted Aininoniatcd Ouano, a complete Ililli
POUND-A completo Fertilizer for these
okors noar Charleston for vegetables, etc.
? ap and excellent Mon-Aiamonlaled Ker
Irops, ami niso for Frail Trees, Urano
EY ACID PHOSPHATE, of very HM
I for tho various nit rant I ve and Instructivo
PH ATE CO., Charleston, g. O.
lWMn? tm aaVtt
..fill mik a bim* lay
Uk? lt fl ooroa
..?? ii. ii onroa
.hlokan ?halar* and
all dlaaaara ef kane.