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A 1UID0NTUE SOUTH.
?HE UUPUKLICA.N PKUQKAMMK KO IT J
TUL: KAU, CAMPA ION.
Hrpeul'i' ; til?? Attack WU ?l??? IVrhtdvllt - j
Til? Mtrilgglu foi Or?gOU**HuII WctiiU f.il'
( Correspond* ncc of thc NeWS and Courier.)
WASIIIKOTON, Mm eli ?M.- Oms visi
ble effect of tho warfare inaugurated
Upon thc Ail mi ulai rut iou by the Re
publleau Senate Inn boon lo bring die
President and Democratic Congi ess?
nico into better relations than existed
at tho opening of Congie**. Senator
PlllOlb, of Kansai-, who opposed thc
Edmunds movement from its inception
and who has not endeavored to con
ceal his opposi'ion, remarked that it
was foolish policy from a political
view. Ile said a mooth or mure ago:
..Bj assailing tlie President we (the
Republicans) will inevitably drive thc
Duinoci'AtS to his support. They can
not do any thing else.'' Senator Plumb's
political perception has been verified
by thc result. It was patent to the
Democrats at the outset that they could
not even hold alool (rom the Adminis
tration. The Democratic Senators in
thc first caucus held on this question
unanimously adopted a resolution
pledging their cordial ami earnest
support to thu Administration, i herc
were several Senators present who ?lid
mu, by any means, sub-crihc to tho
wisdom of the President's refusal to
submit papers to tho Sonnie. They
believed that no harm could have re
sulted from permitting tho Senate to
have access to all thc liles, as a inaner
of fact, but in view of the plain fact
(hut the Republican Senators were
endeavoring lo make a political issue
ol tho President's refusal liaise Sena
tors did not hesitate to declare llicir
support of the Executive. The moro
friendly footing upon which tho Ad
ministration siaiuls lo its parts leaders
and representatives in Congress is
visjblc In several direct ions. III
uatured criticism-* of thu President
because of disappointments in procur
ing desired appointments arc not
heard among Democrats. Thc ques
tions of difference between Democrats
and tho Executive are no longer thrust
u oil public notice. In laut, there is
apparent a general disposition among
Democrats io give the Administration
a hearty support and cheerful co-opera
tion in all malters and meas uros of
public interest. The natural effect of
such a disposition, and of a linc of
conduct in accord with ii, will be to
engender a belter party feeling and
spirit throughout thc country, some
thing very important as thc tim .
approaches for preparation for thc fall
Oregon will lead ofl in June with
an election for State otllcers and mem
ber of Congress. Thc Democrats In
tend to make a determined effort to
carry thc Slate. Il is already evident
that (he Republicans arc preparing to
bend every energy to tho capture, of
tho next I louse of Representatives.
It is also evident that they are enter
taining the hope of making' decisivo
gains in the Southern States. Indeed,
unless they can make gains in that
section il is difficult to *ee how they
can control thc House. The shrewd
est Republican leaders who shape and
direct thc political campaigns of that
party Irive determined thut so far as
the South is concerned none but repu
table men shall take thc field as its
candidates for Congres--. Those shrewd
leaders appreciate tho fact that reputa
ble men ure very scarce in thc Repub
licen party of the South, but this docs
not deter them or dash their hopos.
Their policy will bc to persuade men
of good character who have not been
in affiliation with thc Republican party
to take the field in opposition lo regu
lar Demociatic candidates and to give
them thc Republican support and vole
On the tariff question, and particu
larly on the question of internal
improvements, men ol' good standing
in tho South will bc invited to stand
for Congress tu opposition to thc
Democrats. In Virginia, North Caro
lina, Tennessee and in Georgia can
didates will bc urged to take thc field
in behalf of a repeal of the internal
revenue laws. Aa a means of fasten
ing tho protective tariff policy more
firmly tho Republicans will be willing
to commit themselves to a repeal ol
tho internal revenue laws to an extent
sufficient for their purposes in State
. and sections where that tax bears
heavily upon thc people. It is ex
pected that?: naturally to a greater or
less extent, there wiil exist dissatisfac
tion, resulting from disappointed hopes
and ambition, with the Administra
tion. Such dissatisfaction will bc
taken advantage of. In abort, the
Republicans mean to thoroughly over
haul thc South and lo ply tho sharpest
tactics in efforts to capturo Congres
sional districts. The idea of making
the South a fruitful Bold of political
gain prevail-i among thu Republican
leaders in both houses herc. Sherman.
Logan and other big inen ofthat party
have nothing hut kind words for the
Destructivo Work of a Tornado.
A Findlay, Ohio, special sa\s: A
tornado passed over Bellemore, a small
town northeast of here, in Patinan
county on Tuesday. Tho heavens sud
denly became thick and then caine u
terrille storm cloud, funnel-shaped,
tearing up trees by tho roots, blowing
down swill buildings, und destroying
everything in its path. A protracted
meeting was being held in the Metho
dist Cnureh at the time. The steeple
wus blown down and thc roof carried
off Tho congregation was panic
striken, hut fortunately no ono was
killod, (hough immy received bruisos
and cuts which may result fatally.
The damage done by the cloud will
amount to many thousand dollars.
Wa? lt Cancer ?
I have been taking H. B. B. for six or
seven weeks for something like cancerbn
my neck, *nd I would not take ONE THOU
SAND DOM,AK? for tile benefit received.
I had previously tried various so-called
blood remedies, hut H. Ii. II. ls the best,
th? quickest and the cheapest blood puri
fier I ever used. I refer to any merchant
af (?riffln, (ia. J. II. HA UN RS,
Were we so disposed, we could make a
great ease of cancer cure of the above,
but as we do not think that genuine can
cers are ?wer eared, we do not propose to
humbug the public. The above ls perhaps
only a case of scrofulous ulcer, which
B. ft. It. cures more speedily than any
remedy. It will cure any so called cancers
In uti? half the thoo and one third the
money required by any boasted remedy.
BLOOD HALM CO.,
. Allanta, Gs,
AliriC? TO li OTO K H 8.
Maa. WINSLOW'S seonnKo svser should al
way? ba used for children teething, lt soothes
th? calla, softens UM gnus, altars all pain,
cures wiad oolic. and la the beat remedy tor
4Uarra?M. Tweaty-tva ?eats a bottle,
OWLS IN LOVE WITH (il It LS.
A Now Hobby of tho FtiMh'.oiniblc Voting
LMfllea <>f Wu --In; ?tin .
If there is KIIJ now kink or wrinkle
in tho line of fashionable hobbler) which >
?ms nut roached Wasnlng?oti ?hesociety
young ladles would like to have it na ?a
this way, writes a Washington cor
icspnudcnt. This year it i* il e proper
thing for one young ladv tu be despur
ately in love with another. She may
have a young man -and most of them
?lo-hm utile-? she is po*-peratoly In
love with one ol her own sex sho can
rest assured she is not en regie This
craze is being carried lo a ridiculous
extent here. Those of us who have
been watching its rapid growth have
been intensely amused At the extreme
ly practical manner iii wh.ic.li some
of tho voting ladies go about it. It
IUU>t not bo supposed that because
fashion's whim coal mauds a Miling
lady io rave about some other young
ladv's beauty, and io drip ail mailer of
literary treacle over the object ol' lier
alleged desires, that it i- at all neces
sary her 'mash' should bc ono of her
own circle of friends. Tho shrewd
girl will never permit herself to bc
caught in such a flimsy trap as that.
She must admire something feminine,
and so she looks about ber and usually
settle- down on some actress. Rhea,
Jeannie Winston and Venions Jarbeuu
tire thc three la\orites. An three of
i hem are deluged with Howers and
perfumed notes every time they come
lo town. Not long ago Miss Winston
.-topped for about two hours in Wash
ington oil ber way North. A delega
tion of young Indies met her at the
depot and entertained this feminine
Bumhornc during lier stay. Quite
recently Jarbcau played in "The
Mikado" at one of our theatre-. Two
young ladies at once became desper
ately smitten. They called and were
cordially received. Jarbcau told them
all manlier of pretty tilings about
herself, her origin and her history.
They were enraptured, lint when the
clever little actress innocently told
i hem that die w as barely past 20, and
Hutt she fell just like a school-girt, the
young ladies looked at her a trifle
inoreduously. Before they left Jarbcau
managed to tell them that in case they
hired a box at the matinee she would
flirt with them from the stage. The
girls hired the box and Jarbeuu did as
she promised. All of this talk may be
sickening to those who havo never
moved in society at tho Capital, hut il
must bc confessed that when one looks
al the average brainless dude who is
supposed to entertain the young lady
ho iloes not wonder at the fuel that the
girls are falling in love willi one
An KITort to take the I.Ire of th? Mn) or of
On Tuesday night an attempt was
made to assassinate Mayor Wm. lt.
Baker, of Houston, Texas, nuder
peculiar circumstance*. Mayor Baker
is running as ari independent citizens'
candidate for re-election against D. C.
Smith, the Democrat io nominee, who
is being supported by tho labor organ
izations. The canvass lias been signal
ized by numerous acrimonious discus
sions. On thc evening in question
Baker, with others, intended a colored
Baker campaign meeting, near thc
Howard Oil Mills, in the 4th ward.
About b*?0 o'clock with Judge Brasher,
Edward Jcmisou and several colored
men, he started to walk some distance
to Hie outskirts of the town where
another mooting was being held.
After crossing thc Sabine at thc bridge
a high lonely structure, the party
emerged on the South side, when a
horseman riding a gray horsu rapidly
approached and asked :
?Ms Mayor Baker in that crowd?"
"Ves, what do you want with mc?"
asked the Mayor as he left Hie puny
and walked toward the horsman in (be
middle of the road.
?. I hare some private business with
you," said tho rider, and ho asked
Baker to walk down thu road a short
As they started away the man said:
"Will von withdraw in favor ol
"You must be joking,'' replied
Several rods ?rom tho starting point
thc assassin pulled up bis horse and
Baker placed his left baud on the
horse's mano as if to listen, when sud
denly ibo Mayor was greatly startled
by tho flash of a pistol in his face,
which blinded bim for a moment
Th rou shots were (Ired in quick succes
sion. Baker dodged to thc ground,
and the would-be assassin, who evi
dently thought bc hud killed tho Mayor
rode hastily away. Ho was followed
by Judge Bradmar and Mr. Jemisoii,
who opened Uro oil him. Investiga
tion developed the fact that the I ..ne
nian had watched tho Mayor's party
ICH VU the Ural place of meeting and bad
followed them by a circuitous route.
The Mayor is uninjured, He la sixty
year old and ono of tho wealthiest men in
Harris county. He is not a po'itician
ami never drew his salary of Mayor.
Hu is unmarried and accepts thc posi
tion as a means of occupying Iiis time.
The muir mil.
IT seems that Ibero is a determina
tion on the part of the advocate* of the
Blair bill in the. House lo press them
selves to a hearing. At a meeting of
the friends of the bill recently the fol
lowing resolution was adopted, which
if carried out will give them a hearing.
It reads as follows :
..That Mr. Willis, of Kentucky, bo
and he is horoby requested to introduce
into tho House next Monday the hill
commonly known as the 'Blair bill,'
with suc.li amondmonts thereto as he
may deem best, if any, and move that
sahl bill be referred to a committee ot
the House that, in his opinion, will
report thereon promptly ; and in tho
meantime Hie chairman of this confer
ence appoint u committeo consisting
of two member.-, of each delegation
who shall confer with their respective
colleagued and secure their support of
said r?f?rence, said committeo to re
port at an adjourned meeting."
Or. A ri.uti unit to Lecture.
It is now definitely settled that Dr.
Armstrong, iate rector of St. Philip's
Church, Atlanta, will take to tho lec
ture held. His friends have advised
him to do so, and will romlerevory as
sistance possible. His first lecture will
be given in Atlanta. Then he will go
to Richmond, Wheeling, Cincinnati,
St. Lou's, Chicago and other places.
Being a natural orator, and having
now a world-wide advertisement, be
will make a ten-strike. There are
many peoplo who still beliove ho ls
John Wilkes Booth. Ho says that ho
will not enter journalism, at least for
-A Are lu Buff-do. N. V., on Fri
day night, destroyed #500.000 worth of
OI.AINK IS IIAKD AT WONK.
Ho Will Take n Hand lu Thin >Vi?r'? Klqc
lion mu? Prepare for 3toro.
(From a Washington Leiter.)
EX Postmaster Manic., of A Uglis! u,
M>., thu friend of Mr. Ulah e. who
on me hero ?1 week ugo lo spend 1*01110
day* In conferring with Mr. U.ni no's
friend* und in looking over tho poll! I
cul livid, lt* 11 the uhy tom w hut abrupt
.\ for New York, where he will pus-, a
lew days mid tho.ice reline lo Maine,
lu speaking lo a friend Mr. Mauley
Kuhl thai his vi ?1 had been shortened
hy Hie persistent fabrication ot' remarks
made hy him. Tho statement reaped
lng Mr. lt nine's punition on the con
tp-vorsy between thc. Senate and the
Pro-blcui, for instance, was putdished
in a New York paper before Mr.
Manley hud called upon .Senator Fr\?*.
As ho remarked upon I hal subject : "I
do not think Mr. Blaine is mixing
himself up willi m.liters which not
only do not concerti him, but which
can have no important bearing upon
public affairs or upon publie opinion."
Thero is no doubt whatever about
thu p.ans of tho friends of Mr. Blaine.
Tlicy do not propose to abandon the
contest. They claim that the loss of
New York was due to that ill-consid
ered dinner. The burehaid incident
was worked by thc opposition for all
it was worth af the last moment, but
to tho dinner they charge tho most
serious Influence upon tho popular scn
t line" 111 m Now York. Mr. Blaine him
self so considers it, but recognizes the
met nutt while inspired by the best of
motives among his friends the indis
creet hpocches which it drew tull were
unfortunate, ii is thought that willi
the experience of 1884 and the imbe
cility and distractions of the Demo
crat. 0 party they w ill bc able to carry
the country. Ai all events, Mr.
Blaine's friends have made up their
minds to begin euri) and rally their
old force-, in their support before thc)
become dispersed in support of other
candidates. Thej will take a hand in
thu Congrei-6loil.il and Legislative
campaign??, where there is a chance of
strengthening their position.
HYING UNDER PASTEUR'S CARE.
'I ii <? l> ri ?lile Dontli of n rtunnlrt.il Who wn
isltt cn hy rx Mu<1 Wolf.
One of tho Russians, who were bit
ten by mad wolves, died in Paris last
week with ul I the symptoms of hydro
phobia. Thc Russians were placed
under Dr. Pasteur's care on thc loth
March. They were nineteen in num
ber. All bini bern attacked by mad
wolves and len illly lacerated. The
man who died had been carefully oper
ated upon and regularly inoculai cd
with virus twice in every twenty-four
hours since lie arrived. His terrible
death has operated as a sci ?ons check
to public confidence in the cllective
iiess of Pasteur's discovery. The flr*t
positive indications that the patient's
[system was rush ting the treatment
I manifested thrmsolvs on Sunday, after
ne bad been in the hospital over live
(lays and hud been inoculated more
than hali a dozen times. Death oc
curred while the, man was mad and
wild with physical torture. Tho
scientist is much annoyed by the un
favorable comments caused by this
failure of his method, but be insists
that it establishes not liing. Tho in
quest revealed the press nco in one of
ihe ulan's cheek bones of a portion of
a decayetl tooth that undoubtedly be
longed* to tho wolf by which the man
was bitten. This Pasteur supposes
hastened the incubation ol thc disease.
The lungs and other internal organs
were tilled with clotted blood, showing
that there had been paralysis (d' Hie
breathing apparatus. Thc tonsils and
tongue were abnormally swollen, and
thc brain was slightly congested, but
was otherwise healthy. The ot bet
Russian patients have shown symp
toms of acute hydrophobia.
ON THE VERGE OK BLOODSHED.
Tho Very Merlon* A-pect of tho Strike In
ST. LOUIS, March _'?.-Uovornor
Marmaduke, of Missouri, issued at u
late hour last night, a proclamation
relative to the Railroad strike, so far
i ns it affects tho commerce of tho State.
Atter defluning thc respective duties
of tho railr? ad company and their em
ployes, tho proclamation continues;
"Wherefore, I, .lohn S. Marmaduke,
Governor of the Stale of Missouri, by
virtue of authority in mc vested, do
hereby call upon Ino Missouri Pacific.
Railway Company, and upon ils offi
cers and agents and its employes ot
every grade, cadi in their several
capacities, to assist in resuming traille
of all kinds in the usual way on all
railroad lines operated by tho said
company in Missouri; and I waru all
persons, whether thov bc employ?s or
not, against interposing any obstacle
whatever in tho ,vuy of said resump
tion and with a linn reliance upon the
courage, good sense and law-abiding
spirit of the public, I hereby call upon
all good citizens to assist in carrying
out tin! purposes ot this proclamation.
I also pledge the whole power ol the
Suite, so far as it, may bu lawfully
wielded by its chief executive officer,
to sustain said company amt its ser
vants in the resumption of tho trafile,
and to restrain and punish all that
may oppose it."
ST. LOUIS, Mareil 2;>, 9, A. M. - Thc
Rainwater rifles and Company G ol'
Hie Branch Guards, aro under arms nt
their armory, ready to render assist
ance to thc police at a moment's notice.
All tho militia lorco of tho city aro
under orders from thc Governor to bo
roady for action.
A Mad Kmprea* Dying.
I |Tlic ex-Empress Corlatta, of Mexico,
is lying seriously ill at tho beautiful
old castio of Bouohont, near Brussels.
She was born .lune 7, 1810, thc daugh
ter of Leopold 1., King ol Belgium,
and of his wife, the Princess Louise,
daughter tOf Louise Philippe. King of
the Frc nen, and she is tho only sister
of I/copohl IL, tho presold King of
Belgium. On duly 27, 18.17, she was
married to thc Archduke Maximilian,
of Austria. This unfortunate mau
was olected Emperor of Mexico on
July 10, 1863. When, in consequence
of tho Opposition of tho United Slates
government, he lost French support,
the ompiro collapced, ami July Hi,
18GG, Maximilian was shot by thc Mex
ican authorities. Tho awful shock of
her hnsband's execution robbed Car
lotta of her reason, and for nineteen
years she has been hopelessly insane.
--Thero ls great consternation among
tho ward politicians of Now York at
tho i m pe II nd i ng wholesale arrest of thc
city aldermen, accused of receiving
large sums of money for their votes in
the Jacob Sharpe Broadway surface
railway business. One or two alder
men have been indicted, several of
them hare skipped tho city, while
others are quaking with fear.
t. i M iv \ i. Nins ITI'.MS.
li? vt H of Int.-rost, Oittlinrod fv.mi v:.> I.?
-'I hu otu* orop in Marion looks very
pl om?MIIg .
-The los?. i?\ itu; wrv"k of ihe O.o?
^011 a.uni ? to $11, i OG ,000.
- A Itcpiihliciu coalition lias hoc il
lorindi in tho Spanish Corie-..
- Sining freshet*uro gening In lhuir
II- u.:l Work m (ici in my ul pi e.-cut.
- TliO Pl Oh1, dc ld uuvo his .-COoIld
ilium i io i OuglVr>gmeu mi I lm. -day
- Si n- r Antonio Maycor, n sugar
pianlor in Matanzas, hus freed Iiis
-At Wilmington, Del., thc ?triking
morocco mon have returned lo work,
- Tho trial of Alderman Jaohuc, ot
New York, on tho nhargo of bribery,
has been fixed lor the 12th April.
- A colton ship al New Orleans wa?
struck by ligidning, the carao set on
lire und damaged $lo,oou.
-Geronimo, ibo Apache Chief, has
6urtvudei'cd lo Lint. Mans, who de
fended him ugniusl the Mexicans,
-(ion. Freedmen's Bureau Howard
has oeeu numinated as Major General
in I he linn y, viet l'ope, rel neil.
-Tlic new Kunian Cathotio Bishop
ol Georgia is master of Iburtocu lan?
eungCS. Ile is said to be indeed very
- W. Vf. Vance, formerly of Abbe?
ville, hus been nomina c 1 by the Oem*
ocrais lor ilio Louisiana ?State Sonnte.
- Mensis. 1). C.. Zoiglar and K
Cope-, ut* UI'lUlgi burg, liuve KI mired
patents for :i hoeing machine and.a v?
- A. .1. Tn ??gs, who lives on Beach
Island, lins set up a distillery, and is
making whiskey out ol* his large corn
-Thc sum iif $1,000.10 was ibo
amount paid witnesses, jurors and
constables for service at the recent
erin of I'M /eli .j lt* court.
- Puris has been authorized by the
Chamber ol'Deputies lo build public
works in order lo cinplov heridle pop
- Tho Pall Mall Gazelle denies the
alleged opposition to GI ads tun o in his
Cabinet, except as io Chamberlain and
-Three/valuable blocks in Helena,
Ark., including the Opera House,
were bund last wok, lor.s $226,000
-There were three failures in Rich
mond, Va., on Thursday, (l c liabilities
aggregating about sixtv ibm -and dol
-The case of Cluveruis, convicted
ol the murder ot' Lillian Madison, is
set for hearing ibis week, before tho
Court nf Appeals of Virginia.
-Thc Pau-Klcctric investigation was
continued in Washington la?t week.
Nothing new or startling was do vol?
- Al latest accounts thc situation
among the strikers hi tho West was
serious. All attempts to run I'rciifht
trains seem to have been fr nil le"?.
- It is now said i hat Secretan Man
ning is stricken with paralysis, and
he will have to abandon his place lu
- lCx-Ju-tiee Ward Hunt ol' Ihe
United Stales Supreme Court died in
Washington la-t week. Ile was s-v
CUl y nr. j ears old.
- Hon. Wm. H. Smith, of Lexing
ton, (ll., committed suicide hist week.
He was worth $600,000 Ile was .">7
years eld and a native ol Kentucky.
- Hon. (.'halli's P, MatlheWMUi,
Pr?sidant ol'thc Norfolk, Neb., Nation
al Hank, lias disappeared ? lluaueial
-Alderman .Incline, of New York,
arrested on a charge of briber; , lins
been leged in jail -one of Ills bondsmen
declining lo bold
-.lames Mollonry, of Erie Kai I way
fame, has been declared a haiikiupt in
London, ho having defaulted on ari
instalment due to creditors. Ile will
appeal from the decree.
- Itniidolph Churchill's description
of Mr. (?hillstone ns "the. Ossification
ol Inconsistency," was made to match
thc President's "Innocuous Desuctudo"
--All electric lineman was killed in
Philadelphia on Saturday by holding
ton WM iriiii awning post with one
hand while bc held tim wire ill Ibo
- In Nausomond conni y, Va., the
l7-yci\r-ohl son of ?I. Van Harrell dan?
goondy shol Thomas ?lgwood, bc?
caiisc of bis too intimate relations with
-Two negroes were drowned in
Savannah Uiver opposite a poi ni in the
citv whole nu inquest was being held
over a negro drowned a few dut s be
- I'lie Democrats have Governors io
lw r nt* nue Slates. Tney have Gov?
cruorn in all thc sixteen Southern
St ai cs, ?ii ol in New York, Peuiisvlvania,
California, New Jersey and Nevada.
-The Kev. E. T. Walker and family
left Kdgcfleld last Thursday for Wan
din ville, near Charleston. Mr. Waik
er goes tn assume the rector-hip nf ibo
Episcopal ('burch at Wandin rill.-.
--.M. Blasso, postmaster a.t,lluspuck
anr, Mi-., ninety miles soil) ll of
Memphis, was murdered by unknown
persons, who robbed his store and
rifled ihe post?nico of nil the money
mid stain ps.
-Tho Canadian Fad flo Railroad
will he completed to thc Pacifie ("oast
early in April, and a line of steam
ship's trill soon follow, to run between
British Colombia anil Australia and
-All semi-official orgnus of Gor
mnny continue to discuss (he prospect
of a war of retaliation by France
against Germany. They attribute the
probability ol'such action by Krane?*
to an Orleanist scheme.
- Mr. .Io-eph Kennedy was thrown
from his buggy nod hud his ankle
fractured Inat week while returning
from the fnuerul of Colonel W. W.
Cadney, who committed suicide at
GatThey City hy jumping in a well.
-Mr. ll. .1. Thompson, of Lauca*?
ter conni y, bas a pig, now about throe
weeks obi, which wu? born without
eyes and has only three feed. One of
its b ot has four claws and resembles
I hut ufa cat or eooter.
- KcprcseiilHtive Dargan hus pre
pared ii speech on tho silver question,
which he proposes to deliver HI an
eti ly dny. Ile will deal with Ute sub
ject fruin a practical standpoint and
?.resent certain facts which the silver
te<4 cannot refute.
- Snarl auburir i? to have au upton
parly for thu benefit of the Presbyte
rian Church. Refreshments will be
?served during the cVouiug, hut the
chief feature will bo tho soiling of
aprons, pitiio und elaborate, made by
the deft hands ol' the Sp man beauties.
-Colonel J, Wa?h Watta, ('resident
of the Laurens Comity Agricultural
Sooielv, does not ihiuk thai sorieiv hus
the power lo -end delegates to the
Kat mei a* Conventional Columbia on
lh?2Ulh April, anil such ?1 dchjrat'oi ,
in hin opini?n, would he out ot plac? .
- Nearly 81,000 lias heoil raised for
rebuilding thc I ta pt ist (?burch al Oran*
iteville icoontly .-'.e-iiove.l b. lire. Tho
now church will bo erected oil Mont
gomery street, a most do?i rabio lot
having been presented l\?r that pur*
poijc by tho Uruuiteville Cotton Mills
-?Lieut. Mans has mado a supple*
in? iitul report in reference to Ibo mur
der of Captain Crawford nv Mexican
troops, and it has been sent to Wash
ington. It contains his own rep.nt
and sttltotllClitfl <>f Lieu'. Shipp, Mr.
Noni and ibo hospital ht o ward, all
white, who were present at the time
- Ii is related thal a shrewd mill
mau in Maine that w hen asked whether
the, Knights of Labor affected his bust
ness unfavorably, be answered : "Oh,
no ; not at all When I hoy wanted to
Sturt a lodge in our town I joined it
With all my overseers, and wc are
running it in a very satisfactory man
ner tor all hands."
-Thcro is a widow near Stato Line
Church, Spartanburg county, who
owns a good old-fashioned title and a
.shot-gun, nuil she knows how to use
th.m. She now and then puts in her
appearance at a neighborhood shoot
ing mach mid always takes I bc prize.
A hawk would stand a bad chance
fooling around her spring chickens.
- Thomas Hamilton, ex-member ol
the Legislature ol' South Carolina,
died at Iteailforl lust week. Ham
ilton wa- a momberoi ibo Lcgislatnic
in 1870, and was one of the ilueo col
ored members who tii'Kt gave in their*
adhesion to the Hampton government
and secured a <pu.rum for the Demo
cratic House t?t Representatives.
-Joseph Pulitzer, editor of Ibu New
York World, bas sent to the governor
of thc New I'oik hospital a cheek for
$0,000, tho amount ol' his Hist veal's
salary as a Kepre-entat ive in Congress
fruin thc Ninth District. This dona
tion is to bc used in endowing a per
manent beti in I bc hospital for the
benellt of vick and disabled newspaper
workers of every kind.
-The Committee OM Apricahurc at
Washington will make au appropria
lion for the continuance of thc lea
farm at Suinmcrvile, but tho amount
will probably be reduced lo $2,000
Commissioner Coleman, it is said,
was opposai! lo any appropriation for
that purpose, hut tho friends of tho te?
faun urged thc in itier before the coin
initteo willi so inuch vigor that tin
appropriation above mentioned will
-On Kinlay last at Branchville,
while some gentlemen were shooting
at a ?muk with a parlor ril\c, Hie hali
glanced on the side of the (rec on
which tho mark wa- placed and hit a
lillie iwo-vear-old boy upon tho from
step of the stoic. The bal! was from
a -J_' cartridge and seem to have struck
thc child's leg ?ide w?t\s, ontorin?
squarely the hack of Ho' leg about
??. !.'..? cr four inches above' tito heel,
makin - a very painful wound.
-. nc. KdlllUlids resolutions were
adopted by the Sen.dc oil Fridas In-t.
Thone resolutions concur in lite ivpoit
ol tho maj.uhy of Hu' judiciary com
mittee, condemn the Attorney (Jouerai
for refusing lo transmit certain pupers
demanded b\ the Seule, and condemn
the discharge of I nion soldiers ano
the appointment ol' ox-Confederates.
Before the last resolution came to a
vote, lintier said, if be had lime In
could demonstrate Hist thc Republican
partv had violated the btw relut inp
to soldiers ten limes, while the present
administration had not departed (rom
A roon nutty* LUCK.
Kalling Mair tn t-'nbulotiM Witnltli by til?
Dentil nf it DtMnilt Relative.
(From the f,ouisvffle (Jour Ur-Jour nat.)
A romance in real life has just been
developed in Jefferson ville, Ky. Tweii
t y di ve years ago Mr. Henry Nagle m.o
wife adopted a little girl in New Oi
lcans. lier name was Mary Huber,
and she lived with her parents win li
thc yellow fever broke out and all ol
the famllv died of disease, except th.
infant child. Thc fundy pap?is ami
ever) thing valuable wen: stolen by
burglars ami (he lillie waif had 110
moans of establishing her identity, si.e
knew that slit; caine from Germany,
but did not know from w bal eily.
lier bonofaotors brought her 10 Jef
ferson and reared lier as their daughter.
An Mr. Neaglo ii a gem loman of con
siderable means, the child was ^ i VOM
every educational advantage. As >ln
grew Up she -ooli evinced a desire io
know something of her relations and
w role let teri* lo Ourmany fur years,
hui none of these elicited a 1 cplv
Still hiie was mn discouraged, ami
kepi bravely on in ber search. At last,
a few days ago, she received a lettei
from Kit ward Huber, a prom) lie Ul
merchant ofUrogons, Austria, saying
lind bc was her brother and had learn*
i'd of her whereabouts from one of tho
letters ?he had written. Thc writer
also ?tated that her father did liol du
al New Orleans, as was supposed, bul
recovered, amt finding that Ids daugh
ter had disappeared uni the family had
died, returned to the old country ami
entered Into business. He soon amass
ed a fortune. Ile died three years ugo
und his last words were: "lie sure to
find my lost little girl."
Another brother is a wealthy mau
and lives at Constat!, Wurtemberg,
lier fathor left her considerable joop
ei ly which ?ho will return to Austriaand
take possession of. Sim will not leavt
lier adopted parents, whom she has
learned to love, but will return ami
continue to make her home in America.
A Modern Wktlerluo.
A reniai kahle duel wa- futlghl 011
the Held of Waterloo last week. Tho
conio-tutds were Madame Vals ivie, a
native of France, and Miss shelbi, an
American. Tho duel was thc result
of a disputo 011 the rel ttl VU mellis of
French and American female doctors.
After stormy altercation*, Madiimo
Valsayro threw her glove in Mm*
Shelby's face and a duel wa? forthwith
srrangod. Tho weapons wmc swords,
Miss Shelby wus nligi.:i\ wounded on
tho arm. Tho four seooiidtJ were
Americans. These eXpri-ASi-tj I hem*
selve- sat i stied that Ibo omi had been
conducted fairly, ami mai honor had
been vindicated and iii-- m.ult avenged.
HALK8MKX VVANTBD .
IN every iielgliUorliiss-l, eitler to travel
. road at hoiii , I).eke) s Indian and
Uhni'i i.M blvei Tills v pp.y now, glvaig
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Th? iwMt gum, a* gathered from > tr*? of th? ? ?m? nain?,
growing along th? un,ll stream* In th? Southern Slate?,
contain? a ?tiiotiUtlnii cip?at?r*nt principle that looient
th? i M'jin producion the carly morningcough, and illmu
talc? the child to throw off tho Calm mcmhrau? la croup and
whooping-cough. Whan combined with th? healing ? nu I
lailn.ni? prln.-lpla In tho mullein plant of th? old Ol lt. pre
?enta In TATLon'a CHII-KII HIMHI.T or HtriitOu? AND
Munni, tho noell known remedy far Cough!, Croup,
Whooplng-Cough and ConJumpllan : and ?o palatable, any
child ll pleated tn taVe lt. Alk Tour draCgltl for lt. l'rtea,
t5c. an\ $, WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlant?, On.
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ATLANTA, GA., Janucry 12, INS.".
Emerging from n severo? ami long spell
uf typhoid fovci'i 1 discovered that 111<?
fever had settled hi my right leg; which
caused it tn swell te mi enormous sh.c,
remaining *o ipitto titree years, resisting
all treatment, A small .deer tinnily iiuolo
its appearance a Utile abovo the tinkle
wi?i? h rel ?seil tu heal to any and all < stoi -
md application and tho uso ol tho mo i
?. t"il hi <>. I p..i.-un rcmcdh s.
Hin- niter continued lu ciiluriie, !.?
qtiontly discharging, pei haps, ns nnicli s
a cupful of pus or mailer pei day Tho
sl/.e of the ulcer was ahmt! Iwo iiiehi . In
dhuitotcr, extend hui . i a depth near the
?nie. At one (hue ? appeared th.d the
.lesli In all ?.. uti urns ?airts, wot l?l surely
become a running sere, ns its peculiarly
flabby, spotti il and tuiheal?hj Hiditioli
clearly httlieated, ami lt \\ . iiithnated
timi 1 mildil lose my leg. '?'. umlllloii
ueeoxilug so critical, lui I tho ulcer eulnrg
inc so rapidly, wo sent for Dr, I. i'. Druin
Knole, who made a thoron", . . -.animation,
and said thal the flesh on my len for six
Inches around Ihejano w. i'd soon slough
oil" ii not remedi?,'; that i must have my
leg handauud daily an '. - Hiiuionce the use
of P. lt. ll
I acted according I ?is Insti iictions, and
aft??r usubi'' the s I bottle, tho ulcer
looked fresii and I r illhy and eomnieneod
healing. 1 continu <l the use ol M lt. IV,
anti tu the Kroate ; astonishment und satis
f act ion >>t m. ell and friends, the ulcer
continued tn heal rapidly and ls now on
Ititi I y well, ami I am iiltendlngto my Inisi
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not hesitate to recoiunicnd I), li. IV as a
won?'?-! t ul, speedy ami effectuul blood
pm (Uri*, ur superior to anything else I
I refer to W. li. Iholherlon, W. I). Cone,
Major I). A. ( ?lr .), !.. Pinson and
others or Atlanta
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