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* Appointment of i vi"! i i mi-i. I. i ? In tho
Tho Board of Agriculture has ap
propriated $l,soo"tor tho purpose of
encouraging practical o-ptitionu la ibo
culturo of tobacco in this State; $50
lo ho given to une fariner in euell
pounty, selected by a committee of
I li reo practica! farmers, ami a premium
pf $10i) to tho farmer reporting tho
Thc Board has issued a circular con?
faining the following ooudltiona, which
must oe oomplietl with:
?.One acre of land must bc culti
vate?! in tobacco. A cori cot record
must bo kept, showing tho dato of
seeding and setting plants, thc variety
of seed used, the character of tho soil,
tho quantity and kim! of fertilizer
applied, thc daily condition of tho
weather during the season (ictopera*
turc and rainfall), tho cost ot produc
ing rho crop, including overt item ot
expense connected therewith, tl io ruin.
ber of days' work givon to tho crop,
kind and cost of labor, dato of cutting
and curing the same, and total yield in
pounds of marketable tobacco. A
statement of area and richi must hu
certified to in .i man uer to he DI'S
scribed hereat ter.
"Von will bc required lo send a
statement of thc average temperature
and rainfall (compiled from your
daily record) and thc condition ol' tho
crop, to the. Commissioner of Agricul
ture, on thc first ?-lay of each month,
und to send a sam plo of the tobacco
when cured lo the Department of
Agriculture, weighing not less than
'.Seed for planting, blanks for re
ports and thermometers and rain
?auges will bo furnished free by thc
department of Agriculture, the ther
mometers and gauges to ho returned if
"The fitly dollars given will bc paid
ofter tho crop lias bcea cured and
ready for market, and samples, with
reports prescribed, have beon sent to
tho Commissioner of Arleulture, pro
vided all thc requirements marja by
tho department havo been complied
with. The one hundred dollar pre
mium will be awarded hy the Hoard
of Agriculture after all of the report?!
rosults and Hie samples have been re
"You will bc allowed to retain all
tho proceeds derived from the salo* ol
thc crop, exclusive of tho samples bool
to tho department "
The following is fae list of person!
appointed: II. F. Fuller, (Joronaca
Lewis Bradwcll, Aikon; Jcffersoi
Stokes, Midway; E. E. Hurry, Gra
hamvillc; T. J. Hamlin, James Island
W. It. Davie, Lnadsford ; W*. C. Baker
Mt. Croghan; Dr. J. J. Ingram, Mun
ning; F. M. Hogers, Jr., Florence
Calvin Brice, Woodward; Ii. F. Fer
ry, Jr., Greenville ; ben. S. William?
Brimson; Samuels. Servis, Soosstee
L.C.Thompson, Liberty Hill; Join
C. Foster, Lancaster; T. J. Duckett
Clinton: J. H. Counts, ScUvood; Dr
Ed. B. Smith, Marion; J. F. Helton
Benncttsville ; J. It. Spearman, Jr.
Silver Street ; J. J. Davis, Richland
Edw. N. Chisolm llowcsvillc; J.C
Griffin, Dickens; A. G. Clarkson
Wateres; P. E. Thomas, Wedgefield
lt. S. Thomas, Sautuc; .las. McCutchen
('burch; Dr. Ddw. P. Avert, Hod
Committees hare been appointed hu
no selections of persons to co nd act th
ox nor i mont s have yet been made i
Berkclov, Collet on, Georgetown an
No committees have yet been at
pointed for thc couulics of Atulcrso
A CHANGE OF PROtfT.
President Clorelnml Mori* Am?-nn1>lo I
HU Obligation* to thr> Dftnocrnfy I
WASHINGTON, January 20.~Thei
aro indications that the President
preparing for a possible conflict bi
tween tho legislative and execntit
departments of the government by
more plitint policy. It is believed th:
the President HOT begins to noe ti
vital importance to the success of h
administration of tho cordial snppo
of his partv in Congres?. Represent!
lives interested in securing appeln
incut* have marked with pleasure
recent change in the manner in whit
their recommendations havo bct*n ri
ceived by the Executive. Men wi
- have taken umbrage nt. thc ca /ulii
manner the President has former
treated I heir requests f?ir ofllec ai
now received at the While House in
vastiv different attic.
It is ohservod by Democratic Coi
grcssmen that tho quiet desire tuan
tested hr the President to make cloi
friends with members ol h is ow ii pan
manifested itself about the time trot
hie was threatened regarding confirm
lions between the Executive uni tl
Republican majority in tho Senat
Mr. Cleveland doubtless appr?ciai
thoroughly the unenviable position I
would occupy with a majority of tl
Democratic party in tho House, i
well as a majority of tho Republics
Senate, arrayed against him.
Denth of Gen. Krccmnn.
A dispatch from Canon City, C?JIO
ado, says that, (icu. John I). Free ma
who died suddenly in that city nt
o'clock on Tuesday night Of i ll flamm
tion ot ine bowels, waa attorney ge
eral for Mississippi immediately pr
feeding tho war. Ho was al??o
member of Congress from that Sta
for two terms, and lo hin efforts w
due the an?eos* of the Vieksbur,
Shreveport and Pacific Railroad. I
wasche author of "Freeman's Chai
cory" Reports." Gen. Freeman was
personal friend of the Into Vicc-1're?
dent Hendricks, and also of Attona
General Garland, fie was at the tin
of bis death a candidate for appoin
mont as United States marshal f<
Colorado, mid his candidat oro w;
widdy endorsed. He was held
great respect and esteem by the penp
throughout the State.
At Imito M o Qt hu .Opee.
, Six Months ago we had no demand f
Bi B. H., bot now onr retail demand ls ant
that we are forced to buy Ingress lots. W
attribute the rapid und enormous demar
so th? comparante shearn! tirleeof H. B. |
(being large bottle? for UH, and lt? rx?
liv? merit. It sell? well anti gives eur cn
toiners entire satisfaction, (fur sales hat
fnoreaeed seo per c?n*. withins few men th
per Fred ll. rainier, M. I ?.
ATI.ASTA, Sun? 19, lilia.
During th? peet few months I have ni TI
' ?. II. B. never? testa in th? cure of al*
IXsoRses, and nnhtwltatlnglt pronounce
a safe, ?ore, hsrmp ?* and ?peedy 1/1?M
Confier, fully meriting the confidence
the publie. My customers are delight*
with lt? sffeetri, and the demand baa
wonderfully Increased that 1 have bea
compelled to buy by the gross, as it ls tl
?HST selling blood remedy I handle.
. W. A. GSAJUa, Druggie
Tl??? Charge* ??f Corruption AKuitut Som?,
tor l*f**uo???Ua>*arfl aud tim Curtin Btu?
(?orreipondtncc of the. Baltimore ??'?/?. )
A olia no of Ohio Republicans, with
tho assistance Of a lbw personal ene
mies of Senator Pay no lu thu Demo
cratic party of thai State, are engaged
in a desperate effort io produce tho
impression that his election to tho
Senate was accomplished through
bribery and corruption. Thc imme
diate purpo e seems to i>? to force Mr.
Payne lo risc in his seat in Hie Senate,
deny tho charges and n?k for a com
mittee of Investigation. This Mr,
Payne lian declared he will not tlo, as
ho considers thc charges, and the
source from which they emanate, be
neath his notice. Tile lower ho USO of
the Onio L?gislature, which is con
sulted by tim Republicans, has al
ready authorized a coimuitteo of in
vestigation, ami it is understood that
all tho members of tho Legislature
which elected Mr. Payne, who have
been mentioned as receiving a consid
tion for voting, have posltlvolv denied
the allegation. The scheme is, how*
ever, it Senator Payne cannot bc
driven into asking for an investigation,
to torture the result of the l?gislative
inquisition into suitable shape, and
make it tb? basis of a formal request to
tho Senate for an examinai ion into the
charges by that body, il is alleged
that there is precedent for investiga*
lion in the absence ol'a demand from
tlie Senator affected, lu the ease of
Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, in
1807, numerous members of Hie State
Legislature petitioned the Senate to
investigate tho charges of corruption
and bribery in connection with his
election, but the Se?alo 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 thc Cameron case
there was no pretense of denial that
three Democratic members of thc
Legislature had been paitl so many
thousand dollars a piece to bolt the
Democratic caucus nominee, Colonel
Korney, and vote tor Simon Cameron,
anti not of thc three over held up his
hoad atterward. Hut General Cameron
held on to the seat which ho had
bought, and thought any one extreme
ly verdant who expected him to ask
tor an investigation.
lt would appear as if thc severe
criticism and denunciation visited upon
Secretary Bayard by Governor Curtin
and others in connection with the ap
pointment ot chairman of the Mouse
Committee on Forolgn Affairs is devoid
of tlie least cause. It has already been
said that it is not usual for a Speaker
to consult a cabinet officer concerning
coinmiltees having familiar relations
with his department, but in this case
it is now known that Mr. Bayard bad
nothing to do with thc matter. While
at the State Department morning Mr.
Bayard's attention was called to tho.
statements which havj been made
about this affair, when he replied that
they were absorb, lie said: ,4I did
not interfere in any manner with the
House committees, and had nothing
whatever to do with Mr. Carlisle's
appointments. I do not believe that I
expressed a preference as to the chair
man of the Committee on foreign
Affairs, and I certainly did not attempt
to defeat Mr.Curtin's reappointment."
A CYCLONIC IN CALIFORNIA.
Railroad Cam Iilown From tho Tiark -
Hoimm Illowa Down nnil tioneral Dnvoc
IMnjed by th? Wind.
One of tho severest storms thal have
ever occurred on the Pncific coast took
Place on Sunday and reached its height
shortly after noon Thursday, lt extended
from ibo northern boundary ol' Wash
1 ingion Territory to the southern boun
1 dary of California and from the Rocky
Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. There
. was an almost continuous fall of rain
i and snow, accompanied by wind
which frtnn lire miles an hour grad
> nally incroascd, until about l :20 in thc
\ afternoon, when it reached eighty-two
i miles au hour.
> The Storm wan predicted by thc
. Signal Service, and a cautionary -torin
I signal was displayed by order of Lieii
. tenant Glassford, fron, lin- Hug - lairol
. tho Merchants' ICxchailge building.
, Owing to this timely notice, many
i vessels remained in port ami escaped
. the fury of the storm. Although thc
, bay inside ibo harbor wa? very rough
f thc passengers on the ferry bout being
. made seasick-shipping did not sillier.
. Considerable damage, however, wa
i done throughout the city by tho wind
and rain. Houses were unroofed,
sheds, fences, trees, awnings, sign-,
. church spirea and ninny smoko stacks
. were blown down. Hugo philo glass
! windows were shattered, busornonts
. Hooded and shutters broken. Cars
. were lilted from their trucks by thc
? force of thc wind, and a covered wagon
was cantrill up and carried Homo dis
A tanco. Xo loss of life, however, han
\ been reported.
? About 1:80 p. m., when the wind
, was at its highest, the west wall of the
i Mechanics'* Pavilion was blown in
and a few minutes about ciglitv feet ot
tho roof of the building was carried
across tho street damaging tho build
ings on thc opposite side. Thc damage
to thc pavilion amounts to several
J thousand dollars.
One of the most unfortunate disas
ters caused by tho storm was the col
lapso of a two-story building at Mis
sion and Thirtieth streets. At the
. time of tho full of tho building Mrs.
j Annie Humbert, Miss Coylo and dobo
Carroll wore in thc building. Carroll
[ escaped but the women were buried
under the falling walls and were se
' verely, perhaps fatally, injured. Tho
most serious result of tho storm was
, to cut. otf San Francisco entirely, tor
, tho first time in its history, from tele?
' graphic, communication with the ont?
sido world. Tho wires began going
t down one after another, until a final
( break occurred about half past twelve
, in tho evening. For a short time tho
city wires wore rendered useless.
Washouts hare occurred oil the South
ern road at several places bel ween
Mojara and Yuma. They aro not
considered serious, and thu road will
ho repaired in three or four days at
the furthest. Little or no delay has
occurred on tho Central Pacific, al
though there has boon a heavy snow
fall botweon Truckee, California, and
Investigations made by tho Chi
cago polico and detectives haro dis
closed the fact that the anarchists of
that city-composed largely of Gor
man speaking people-have been eil?
gaged in mann fact uri ng dynamite
bombs and experimenting with other
infernal machines, for the purpose, us
they declare, of destroying the militia
ami blowing up the large public build
ings When tho "great revolution"
Tho MncUiiK III Cincinnati, L.01I l'y th?
Kev. S:ini il unca uud Ur? small.
AI mu?) rn- mooting* lo Cincinnati
under the leadership ot'(hu Kev. .Sum
?Joncs ure becoming tito loading topic
ul (be ne uso ti ami give pi omise uf re?
cilicio:: inc most profund religious ora
wei- known in Hie history of this city.
Tho newspapers IVunkly admit timi ito
won upon thc < mtldonee ot'the people
in lii?? iii>i utterances and 'bat iiio
happy Impresidous he made are widen?
in?; ?uni deepening with every service.
His oneil, unstrained maimer, his
eariiosl words ot' sympathy, love and
solicit mle, mid bis perfect faith have
completely captured for him tho hearts
of all who have heard him. Ile basal
once conquered all lite popular preju
dices that garbled newspaper account
might have engctidored. Tho eager
crowds who aro thronging Trinity
church are not thc usual first night's
crowd? of curiosity seekers. The spirit
of religions interest is fully manifested
and the situation at this early stage of
the meeting is full of glor?o us promises
The Enquirer said editorially, after
tiring a few "pointers," that "in his
tustle with Satan in Cincinnati, wc
aro decidedly on the sido of Sa?n
The Commercial said of the initial
service that "thc church way crowd
ed to its capacity, despite thc weather,
and thc lamons preacher roached the
hearts ol' his hearers,'' and also re
ported "fluttering indications for a
Tho Sun said: "Before he had talked
Ave minutes ho had that large assem
blage at his morey. He was so frank,
SO free, so unaffected, thc words came
ill such purity that every one was
charmed. Sam James is a wonderful
mau in his own peculiar way. Thc
audience was really impressed and
delighted hythe wonderful discourse.'"
The Evening Telegram 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 stiil
show Sodom several tricks. We wish
Mr. Jones success."
The Evening Post, in comtnoutitig
says: "In manner bc is perfectly nat
ural. He dresses, looks and talks
plainly. You hear no gorgons, high?
flown periods from him. His speech
is pure Knglish; about seventy-five
per cent, of his words arc inonosyHa
bles, and winds, too, have only one
meaning. He thinks clearly and log
ically, and Iiis experience ill address
ing juries is now i ng him youd service
in aiming straight at tho mark."
The Times-St or, quotes the strong
est points of the sermon and remark?:
"lt was extremely entertaining and full
ol epigrammatic se ti toncos which was
thoroughly enjoyed by the listeners."
The Kev. Dr. Joyce, tho pastor of
Trinity church, says: "These arc not
only the largest congregations that
have ever attended rovlval ser
vices in this city, within my knowl
edge, but thev are made up of the
tl nest class of (Jincin nallan*) and of
people wdio aro seldom reached by
the preachers and churches."
The largo number of ministers tn
attendance at each service are evi
dent ly interested in the great work
and are ready willi roponsive '"amens."
Mr. Jones has lilied the appointment
np to this time, pioneering thc way
for the continuous and heavy work
ahead. Mr. somali is prepared to go
forward with bis assignments when
reached, and thc probabilities are that
as no available hall in the city will
hold the people double services will
be held ill separate churches. Every
I ogenoy will be used that grace pro
vides IO make this meeting of won?
derful and pcrutttllOt good results.
rho Bermoll last. Friday night on the
demands ot the situation and the duty
i of Christians in Cincinnati in thc
present emergency, was ono of un
usual fervor and power. It created a
decitlcd sensation among thc people,
and caused many persons to grow
serious with unusually pertinent
thoughts about their own lives, and
daily examples. The cflcct of the
sermon will bo great upon thc future
' progn SS of tho work in this oily.
A RKSIAHHAm.E CHARACTER.
A slav? Who Pollovi vd tho Port mien ?>f tho
In Mansfield, La., en Monday, was
held the funeral of a well known and
remarkable character. Levy Candue,
seventy-six years old, died after a lon??
illness, and his funeral was conducted
by veteran soldiers of thc Confed?ralo
anny. Old Levy Camino was a negro,
i and hi-" lifo had been un eventful one.
Ho belonged to tho Hogan family in
; Alabama, and when thc Florida Indian
: war broke out in 1S:17, although II
more boy, he followed his \ oui,g mas
ter lo tho field ot action in tho capacity
of a cook and general waiting boy.
During one ol the battles he saw UH
master killed by au Indian hullo', and
laid him away in a soldier's grave
amid thc everglades of Florida. He
' remained with a cousin of his decoased
master until tho close of thc war. Ho
was present at Goneral Jessup's camp
when Oeeola, tho famous Indian chief,
was, as Levy always claimed, treach
erously captured bv that officer. He
returned to his home and was a faith
ful house servant until tho breaking
out of tho late war, when bc again
went lo tv) the army as the servant of
young Dr. Hogan, of Mansfield Place,
who was a member of thc Dc Soto
Pelican Bi flos, Second Louisiana In
lanny. This famous company, from
first to last, contained lol men, and
old Levy helped to bury about 100 of
them. Dr. Hogan W08 killed at the
Wilderness, but, old Lovy remained
With the company and cooked for the
well and nursed thc sick until tho last
year of tho war, when be returned
home to join another young master,
who had become old enough to enter
thc army. Ot Ibo Pelican Rifles only
thirty returned homo, including old
Levy, and all of thom but one were
wounded. After tho war this black
Confederate became a Democrat and
labored earnestly for tho overthrow of
Ropuhlicau government In Louisiana.
Nothing except his birth and color
prevented him from hoing a master
among men. Tho surviving members
of the Polioan Rifles, onlv five or six
in number, arranged for tho funeral cf
their old l'riond.
AOVIUR TO M Ol II ic its.
MKS. WINSLOW'S HOOT HI NO HTsnr should Hi
way? be usc<l for children toothing, lt soothes
tho child, softens tho yum*, allays all nain,
enros wind colic, and ls tho best remedy for
?Uan-hran. Twenuy.fi?? cents a bouts.
-fiold is said to be scattered all
through tho rocks in tho northern poi*
lion ol Spnrtftiibuig, und some shrewd
speculator may y?d step in and realize
< ; VN KIMI. NEWS ITK MS.
Knots of tutetest, Oathorod from Various
-Tho Irish National League i* ?till
- Mary Thoma*. CUtoredi was burnt
to death in Union by her clothing tak
-A colored woman named Williams
was burnt, to death near Aiken a lew
-Counterfeit $20 gold pieces have
appeared in Newberry and the peoplo
are o xe i ted.
- Hog plnguo is causing terrible
havoc among tho porkers in portions
-Tinco oil stores were burned in
Pbildclphia on Thursday, burning one
man to death.
-Grapes and peaches in Greenville
are not believed to have boon hurt by
thc lato snap.
-Tho citizens of Grcenvillo want
thc old court-house removed, as it is
neither useful uor ornamental.
-A runaway horse in Sumter struck
and killed a mule with tho shaft of thc
vehicle to winch he was attached.
-Thc residence of lt. L. Bruner,
formerly of Lancaster, was burnt in
Wadcsboro, N. C., a few days ago.
-Thc failures last week in the Unit
ed States were 803-moro than two
thirds of them in thc South and West.
-A dwelling belonging to Mrs. Nich
olson, of Edgetiold, and occupied by
Joe Oliphant, colored, was burnt last
-Mario August!ue, a colored woman
who is believed lo have roached tho
age of 12.0 years, ?lied recently in New
- Adam Schlcv, thu colored man in
jured by tailing from a train on the
Northeastern railroad, died on Tues
-The new bridge over the Ashley
Uiver at Charleston lins been com
pleted and will be opened for trafilo In
a few days.
-Friday was thc coldest day of thc
season at St Paul, Minn.-the ther
mometer ranging from 28 ti? 3f> degrees
-Charles Harnes, of 1.ancaster,
while endeavoring to rescue a friend
from the broken icc in Catawba Uiver,
- A man in Akron, O., sold his wife
for ??TC cents and now the purchaser
is in limbo and thc seller ba? made
"Professor'' Bradley, a necromancer,
has been arrested in Greenville, on
charges of traud and attempting tc
decoy n girl off.
- Prince Alexandria, of Bulgaria
has agreed that negotions for peace
between Servia and Bulgaria shall g?
on ut Bucharest.
- Lazarus Barker, colored, of Aiken
liss been arrested on a charge of beat
ing bis two stop-children to death will
a garden paling.
- A Nihilist resort, has been dlscov
crcd opposite the Annitchkett' Palact
lu St. Petersburg, and several arrest
have been made.
-A train on the South Carolin*
hallway, going toward Charleston
ran over and killed a colored man nea
the Dorchester road Oil Thursday.
Wm. Sheehan, convicted of th
murder of his mother, sister am
brother at Castletown, Itoche, in IH77
was banged hi Cork last Thursday.
- Major Isaac Keels, of Sumter, wh
has been in bad health for rome 'im
and was also affected in mind, Milch
ed by shooting himself with a pistol.
-Chicago now claims a populate
of 760,000, and the Times of that cit
thinks she will outstrip Loudon i
191U if tho present ratio is inuiutaluoi
-The "Mutual Self-Endowment,
which brought grief to so many pcopl
throughout the State, hus been roo
gan'zed under the old charter in Creel
-Tommie, a young son of tho lat
Congressman Evins, was badly buri
about the taco and eyes while OX pe I'
moating with gunpowder in Spatial
-Governor Hughes, of Arkaesa
has pardoned thirty colored rioter
whose sentences ranged from five
fifteen year?. They had served tw
-The 1''resident will not back dow
from his silver suggestions, nor wi
he recode before ihe Senate in tl
matter of bis removals of Kcpublieai
- Mayor Courtenay, of Charloslo
has been requested by a committee
the citizens to withdraw his resign
lion, and lias asked for a few (hu
time to considor it.
-"Sheeny Mike," a notorious Xe
York tough, bas been arrested
Jacksonville, Pla., foi a robbery coi
milted in Troy two years ago. I
wan just from Europe,
- Sydney Brown, colored, who ws
i laid and killed Samuel Ford, whi
last Wednesday night, was taken lix
the jail at Galveston oil Friday nigl
i hy a mob, and hanged to a tree.
-A manuscript epitaph now in t
possession of an Italian reads: "Hi
lies Sal vino Arinoto d'Armati, of Fi.
once, tbc inventor of spectacles. M
Cod pardon his sins. Tho year Lilt
-Thc President bas approved t
, Act providing tor tho performance
thc duties of President in tho case
thc removal, dent li ur inability of bu
thc President and the Vice-1reaidci
- Peter Jopeen, belonging to Fete
burg, Menard county, illinois, |
boen expelled the country by the Ci
man llUinoritieS. United Stales Mi
later Pendleton protested against l
expulsion, but Iiis protest was uiiiivu
-Tho late Col. Richardson's plural
(ions aro situated in Mississippi, Li
isiaua and Arkansas, and Ilia vi
lauded domain, all in active cubis
lion, rivals that of any great foin
lord of the Old World. '
-J. and P. Coats, of Phllsdolph
the celebrated thread inauuiaclure
have purchased land on tho Angin
Canal, on which they will build a ya
factory at an early day. Thoy aires
own a small mill there.
-Of the tl4212,200 contributed,
year or two ago. for the su flo re rs
tho earthquake in Spain, it now I
pears from an official statement ti
only 0168,000 was paid ont, and
rest lies sungly in the bank of Spain
-Incendiaries are at work down
Dixie to an alarming extent. M
public has been stirred sp and lyi
law ls hinted at in case thedopredat
are caught. Farm houses, mills, g
ncries, etc., have been malioiou
-The Marquis of Salisbury snub!
S delegation or Irish Loyalists wh
tili?. Ho appari
thinks '.hat ho understands British
opinion us well ns Iiis wonld-beiad
viscrs, and hu possibly Mid not liku
thoir dictatorial wins. \
-Tilt) United StUtOS paton; ?dice
has grained patenta lo thu following
South Carolina Inventors2 .1. J\V.
Kykartl, Abbeville* anloinutlo fin;
J. V. Barringer, Boiiiioitsviile, broom
holdot ; I'. 10. Bogel?, Mulllu'? Dopot,
Heeding machine. \
-Spain will appoipt u Governor of j
the Curoline arni I'alow Islands amt
will send ont I coons lio establish gar
risons. She will nlsol solid an expedi
tion to tho poi ut where thc gunboat
Albatross planted the (ici niau Hag
during tho Yap incident.
-Mr. Pu rue 11 i- not frightened nor
even agitated bv the- present public
clamor for coercion, nor alarmed be
cause ot ibo threatened, treachery of|
the majority ol the Cabinet. Ile
neil ber proposes lo plead for what is
duo him nor to sue for Liberal help.
- Marli Checkley, a well known lion
tamer and pugilist, ol" T oronto, was
arrested last week 011 suspicion of
stealing a. diamond ring. Ile was
found dead in bis cell shortly after
ward, having deliberately strangled
himsoll with a lady's worsted nubia.
-An a forlorn hope a slx-iuch bore
is being dug at Nailticoko, Polin., over
tho spot where the mi net H are en
tombed, in order lo communicate with
any miner who may possibly be still
alive. There is ?io reasonable hope,
however, thal any of thc entombed
- Madame Louise M.mrev, who
with Mr. Stead, editor of The Pull
Mall Gazette, and others, was con
victed in November la-;, in connection
with tho i liza Armstrong abduction
case, and was sentenced to six mont bs'
Imprisonment, died la,: week JU Mill
bank prison, London.
- In thc suit of Tho?, ll. Stringham
against Mrs. A T. Stewart lo recover
$.r)D,()00 damages for injin irs which ho
received while in her employ on
farm at (?urden City, L. I., which was
tried in the Kings County Supreme
Court, tho jurv returned n verdict of|
$42,600 in favor of thc plaint ill'.
-The silver nu 11 will soon have
another ally. In tho second volume
of tho Hon. Jae. G. Blaine's ''Twenty
Years in Congress" be takes strong
ground in favor ol iii vcr coinage. Tb?
publishers of that book arc pushing it
forward as fast M possible, ill hope
that it may bo issued before tho silver
question is sett lcd.
- A special dispatch lo tho Wheel
ing, W. Ya., Intelligencer from Now
bury, W. Va., reports that all of thc
thirty-nine cold miners caught in lin
Thursday night's minc explosion aro
dead. Newbury \* 11 town ol about
eight hundred inhabitants, and as Ibo
majority of tho dead IHM? had luiiiilie?<,
the town is a scene of desolation thal
- Wednesday night a party of young'
folks were enjoying themselves on the
ico on Youghioghcny Uiver, Pa.,
vt hen a young lady n?med liiscr fell
into an ice hole. Her escort, ?las. Mar
shall, rushed to ber rese?o, hill thc iee
broke, letting him into tho water,
Befoi'O aid could reach I hem t' c cur
rent swept them miller thc ice and
both were drowned. The bodies have
llOt been recovered.
?-The United /re/and, i? an article
entitled "Breakers Ahead," says: " The
suppression of the National League
will inevitably lead lo conspiracy,
lnvincibleism and dynamite will re
place the Leaguo's open methods, for
which thc Government will be an
swerable. Thc United Ireland warns
Salisbury to beware and exhorts Hu.'
Nationalists io prepare for action."
Tho HuceOMfl an Atlanta triiolc
hus Achieved ia Hie Ii.ono
"Wc Live niui Permit others lo Kxlst."
DKXTKII, TKXAS, Mareil 10, 1885
BLOOD BALM GO.! lt isa great pleasure
to us to state to you thal ymir l>. ll. ll
takes the le.id of all blom! pill IflCI'S ll) this
country, on account ni' :!,<. cures i: has
effected since wi- have handled i;. We hail
a caso of scrofula in our neighborhood, of
long standing, v.ho hud used ail patent
medicines winch wen- rei om mended to
him; besides this, he ?Iso had several d(K5
tors attending hin', hut everything failed
to effect ixny goori ile grew worso every
day, ami had not ?tit lils lied for tho Inst
six mont!.''. We had Soon him scwial
times in our little town, though It lins beeil
more than fifteen months since v.v last ?nw
him. an?) we suppose this was the Inst time
he was able to eoilie t>? town, ns le* lives
shout ei-dit miles in the country. His
name is Sorvoiikil, and we gul li neighbor
of his to persuade him tu try !.. II. i' , ami
after using only ONK norri.I. !'?. left his
heil fur the lir-d lime in six months.
To the present lime le- has u-eil less
than thr. e bottli s, and he is walking
around visiting >'..?- 1 Heads In tho m iglibor
hood. ?ie has galuetl strength and Mesh
rapidly, Ail scrofulous sures aro rn*.time
fl nely, and you lievor saw a happier man
than he is. Nearly everybody for miles
around has heard ot tills wonderful cure,
ami ad who need a blood remedy ail for
the i; ll. ii.
We had a ease of nnsal catarrh in our
own family (a little girl "i four years <>\^),
who has been uslaq li. I?. B. for about two
weeks, ntul already ..oems to tm about well.
We have univ three bottles left, and
want you to ship us sixtloxou bottli v
Wo take pleasure i:i recommending
1?. 1?. 15 ?is a me,bein.. worthy of ll.utile
confidence <?f tito publie, its notion is
mt re rapid tban any blood remedy we uver
handled. Ll BLT KB Bttt I.S.
Did you Sup
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
POR COUQH8 AND ONGUP US'
IVS! TJ XJI X-H Hm X INT.
The ?\ttn gum, u gathered from a ITM of lbs ?an,* mm.,
growing fclooc the entail atreami ID th? Southsra Biete?,
contain? a .tlmaUtlni cipccteranl principia that looienf
th? phlerni producing th? earlj morolng cough, ?nd altmu
i . ? ? th* child to throw oft* th? fal?? nunbraue In croup ?ul
whooping oou(h. Wheo comMncd with the healing muci
laginous principle In the mullein plant of th? old field?, pre*
aeota In TAvion-? CHanoxii Ravtnr or Swirr QOM AMJ
MULLEIN tho nn?al known r?raedj for Cough?, Croon,
Whooplnc-Cough and Coniumptlon: and ao palatable, any
child I? i UT. I to UV? lt. A??, tour druitlit f?r lt. Fri??,
85c. ?nd ?1. WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlanta, On.
l'a? 1)11. RIOHKRS' BOCKI.VBKUEY CORDIAL f"?
Warrhcc?., DTicntcrr and ChllJtcn Teething. For ?alo I ?
YEARS m U??E
rho Groatest Medical Trlamgh cf tho Aj?o!
Louof appetite, Bowel?co?!Ivo, l'nln >:i
tito bond, with ? ?lull seitantlou in itu
huck purl, ruin Ult der tho shoulder*
hintlo . I?ullnesn niter cnttutT, w i eli n ill??
incl?n atlou tu exertion ol' hotly or minti.
Irritability o i'i <./..: err, Low ?pl ri t?, wich
a fool ln?TofhnvliiB nrulci'ted noun? dut J,
Wcearinoa*, DixzlnosB, I'lattorins al ibo
limn., Doo* boforotho eye?, Ilondnobo
oTfv ihn richi eye, tlootlossiioas, with
(Illili dren IHN. Iii. lils colored I rino, und
T?TT's i*iL,i.H aro especially adopted
to mich ensi's, o'"> iloao olTcctS mic li :i
clinn?o offooltnfr UH to astonish tho null ore r.
They Inrrcasc i lio i i. >> .?> ?I < ?. ! canso thu
body to Take on t-Toalt, thu. iii.- RVAtoni li
uonrUlictl, i . 1 byIht'lrTonlO /iotloil <>:>
tho Dfcucstlve Oren. ll?. Kr gular Ntools RjrO
prcKlur-.l. I'. ." ar,f. I t Ititiri-i-y M...'M. Y.
GHAT It AIR or WHISKERS clinngod to ii
GLOSSY BLACK t>v n singla application of
thin OTK. lt Imparts u untura! color, net*
Instantaneously, Bold liv Druggists, or
font by oxprcsson receipt of Si.
?^ffico, 44 Murray St., Now York.
tntheVvTriQ grow?n?Gountrios of Buropo?
tita uso (jT Ulis ModicatcdWtno is universal,
Ilis composed bf tito most approved
which aro introduced into n puro
?*< ncrons Wine. Tho very tinest
hoing its medics! basis?trs conOdcttdly
recommended ns a euro ojidprovenlivo of
FTVER ANO AGUE ,
.andalloUiordisoasos originating from
Fo i . JJ ii ri fy ? n fi Hi o
.indimproving tho oecrciiona,CI>roti?a.
co IT lor Dyspop&ia.Oarnp in lite stomach,
uti immediate relief foi' Dys entry, Co I i c.
Ctolora-morbus and kind rod discaaos,
GmiaralVt'eoknes5,Ncrvcu.i and Menial
?abil?y.a souvcroign remedy for Livor |
Cat!ipla!nt.;.n-J diseases ci"lha Kidrvios.an |
oxcollent appciin-.r, and a
without a rival'.*
in shttriiRi invigorating oil thc (unctions
of tho systom, it is unequalled.
.-JD o s*? x: -
Asmnl! WineQiassfuil.three timos a day.
Sold by allDruqgists md dealers generally.
TOPA:! CINCHONA CORDIAL CO.,
?ul? J'j\y>n*torv, ti ManiiOirdtrcrs.
g freut A 7)v*t.
SPARTAN HUHG. S.C.
Pr.ca por Bottle $1.00.
The) rfemnnd fnr tho Improved MAHOH A. HAMIJ?
PIANOR I? now mt l?ru? thal a accoml aildiilon to tho
factory hag brotimr (nipcralive. Iw nul require one
quarter . < niiir.li tuning aa I'lanoaon thc prevailing
wroat-pln ayat<>iii. Consult t:alaloa;ur, tr<v.
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PaymruU, or Rallied.
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The Kolubl? Gitano is ?i highly couccntrntt
Unido Porilltacr tor all crop'.
ASHLEY I ?>'i TON AND COHN COMr
two crops mid als i largely ic; ?I by thc True
ASHLEY ASH i LEMKNT. A very che
tl 117.01' f<>r Cotton, rom ?un? Sm Mi Onvln (Jr
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Vcr Terms, Directions, Testimonials, und
publications of thu Company! address
THE ASHLEY PHOS!
fr CURBS - Diphtheria. Croup. Al th ma. Brouohl tia,
oarwonaaa, Inmi?iia, II ??king Oooth, Wh oopina; Oo
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r ja aVioltitoly
nd hlchly non
iniitratfwl. One bu no?
a worth . nouna o'
any other kind. It U
ftrlotly a mndlolno lo
worth . sound of
elvan with . - _
ta eVery whara, or aeat
oe o te ia atsmi
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Pianos ai Organs
WORLD'S BK ST MAKERS,
FACTORY PRICES ON THE EASIEST
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EIGHT UR AND MAKERS AND OVER
Til RE ti HUN DR KI) STYLES TO
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anti HAY STATE.
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COLUMBIA MUSIC HOUSE,
LIT DD KN & BATES' S. M. H.
N. \Y. THUMP, Manager,
i OLUMBIA, S. C.
mi wu nw MU. wm M m ii wu
NO Moro Terror! .>>'". ??ly, *hott*M
. lime ?'i liihor and
[lessen tho intensity
Kn'Wcvn Piin I -?' 1 P^fli, hut, lt
dantrer to life of both
rr? %r~~* TS"_ ".." i motlier and ehlld, and
No Moro Tanger! leaves the mother in a
condition highly fa*
vorahle t<i speedy ro
-.r ri, ., T eovcry, and far leas
Mother or Unila. iiahie to nooding, coi
valsions, and other
- alarming s y mp to m 8
Incident to MOW or
Tho Drend of [painful labor. IU
_ _ , , 11 ulv wonderful c tilca*
Motherhood evin tins respect en
.tit ic s it to be called
Transformed i? THE M <> T M B H'S
EUI END an<l to be
Ty A T5 ranked ns ono of tho
hi LJ tr rL life-saving remedies
ms ur M pf tho nineteenth cen
I>nd I ""a I'10 nature of
the caso it will of
~r s-v ~v"T" eottr.se bo understood
I \ V/ that wo cannot pub
.) \ / f , lllnh cortinoates con
cerning thia KKMKUY
\'. lihou! weundlna thu
delicacy of tho writers.
Un fat v M"<I Vnun io< vv"'have hundreds
Snictj and la .< ofsuehtestlmonialson
_ and no mother
10 n bc. lian onCO used it
ss el < \er again bo
Suffering Woman without it in her timo
A prominent physician lately remarked
to the proprietor, thal if i: were admissible
ta make public the letters wo receive, th?
''Mothers' Friend" wo ild outsell anything
on the market.
<;i:.vn.i:Mi:.\: - ihn niy career in tho
praetlcu ol medicine I use:, your "MOTH
ER'S FRIEND" In tx uv.it number of
ease., w|th tho linppli .! results in every
instane;.. lt makes : dior easy, hastens de
livery and recovery, and INSU lt RS SAFETY
TO noni M OT II KI: ANO ? un.ii No woman
can bc induced !" ?.?'> through the ordeal
without it alter naif it.
T. ti. PENNINGTON, M. I).
Palmetto, Ua., June io, 1884.
.Send for our Treatise on . Health and
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