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TUB DOOM OK VIA \ Killi ti,
yo Apparent Chane?' tor Him to IStcape Hu
Oallows?Noiuelhbig ni Hie Crime Ile Com
The cuso of Thomas J. Cluvorius, con
victed of tho murder of Fairnie Lillian
Madison, lias attracted widespread atten
tion. As thc larfs ct tho COHO may have
passed out of recollection, a brief state
ment may now bo proper. On the 18th
March, 1885, al 8 o'oloek, n. m.. Miss
Fannie Lillian Madison arrived in Kiele
mond from Bath county and wen! to thc
Aim rican Hotel, where she rem ste red ns
"Miss F. L. Merton." Noxt morning
her dead body was lound in the old city
reservoir, a short distance west of Holly
wood cemetery. Ou tho 18th, mar
Little Plymouth, in the county of Kine
and Queen, her first cousin, T. J. (.'hive
ri us (Kia-veers), was arrested, charged
with the murder of the deceased. He
waived au examination before tho Police
Justice, was indicted in April, and wie
brought to trial in the Hustings Court of
Richmond nt the May term. On the ttl:
day of .lune the jury returned a verdict
The ease went tollu- Court of Appeals,
the decision of which was adverse to the
prisoner-RS already published.
The Richmond papers give sonio addi?
tiona' particulars ol' the result ol' thc
eas,- in the Court of Appeuls. The judg
ment of the lower court is sustained in
all particulars. Little or no surprise
was manifested at tho decision; in hud,
public opinion had been very well settled
upon the presumption that no new hear
lng wi aid be grant, d. lor overa week
tho air has been full of rumors that the
court sto.nl four I" one against a new
trial, and that two of the lour disagreed
only as lo the certain particulars, and
for once rumor was correct, How these
facts leaked out is not known, or wheth
er it was only one ol' the lucky surmises
of those who are supposed to know
everything. Alter ?he reading of the
opinion ol'the court, as expressed, had
been arrived at attira very initient and
searching review ol' all thc facts as set
forth at Ila time of the trial, and was
supported by copious quotations ami
references t<> the most learned and com
petent authorities. Thus is elided anoth
er act in the great tragedy which shocked
a continent mid for a time made Rich
mond mieux ?ably famous.
('luvet'.ts know what tho decision ol
Ibo court would heat least one hour be
forejudge Fauntleroy finished reading
the opinion. Thc Inst few pages that
were read indicated a decision unfavora
ble to the prisoner, amt about half-past
12 o'clock Mr. McOcorgC, a Iced dealer.
doing business in llichinond, lett thc
court room and went down lo thc jail.
lt was he t.>!d ChlVCl'ius how lin
ease would oe di ei'led. bul it was after
tWO o'clock hel?le lin prisoner was
aware thai tho Kuprcuie Court had sus
tained tin decision ol' thc lower court on
every point thal was raised by the pris
W in ii the action ol the court was
made known to him he never trembled
Ol' moved a muscle, except pelhapsa little
twitching of the facial muscles, and this
soon passed away, giving place to that
sternness and self-control which hus ex
cited so much wonder, und has been II
puzzle lo so many. When he heard tin
words, "Tile decision is unfavorable tc
you," he raised Iiis eves, which hail
been gazing at thc floor, and, in a ch ai
voice, said. "1 am surprised." Here ht
punted, and the silence seemed as pain
ful to those w ho tsaw tho prisoner as it
was to th." pris m r himself. Presently
he qualified hi;- remarks, .md in a voici
more trembling than at any lime hereto
fore, he remarked, "I bul hoped foi
Sergeant Leo subsequently said: "Mr
Chtverius, I will now have to put yon ii
solitary confinement. Your treatment
hercafh r must lu somewhat different
fr< MI w hat it has hu II. and it is my duty
to have you put iu Military confinement
and a guard plac? (1 at your cell."
Cluveriuf looked lip at Sergeant Lei
niui replied: .'Sergeant, I make no oh
jeotion. I have tried uot to give troubh
to an . ne iii this jail und ? will Contimit
not to do MI."
The only hope now left to' the pribOliOi
is executive eleni, ney. for unless tilt
Governor interferes, Cluvorius will pay
tho penalty of his crime u'sm the scaf
Tho action of the Supremo Court will
doubtless bo certified to the I lusting.?
Court before the .lune term, and when
that is done tho prisoner will be brought
u}> to bo rosen fenced.
Hollie I IO ll - lair ll,.' O Tl?.
Kvi-rv /.'"Usekeeper knows how careful
treatment k< t .,,s Inblc-linon and house
hold furniture (?iris do nol alway.?
know or remember 'hat groat care ol
their own little possessions will often
enable them to dress nicely On very littl.
money. A lady says:
"When I was a girl there was ono Ol
my young friends who was distinguished
for 'muk ng hoi' things last.' Her dress,
hats, gloves ami ribbons were a marvel
ol' durability. I used to wunder how
slit: managed to make them last so with
out their looking shabby, bili I ceased
to do so aller I had visited hwr ?it hoi
ow n honie. The reason w hy her clotllCf
wine so long was ?hal she took such gooil
care of thom. Hey dresses wert: brushed
and Pi lcd away carefully, and tin
slightest spot on them woe removed ai
soon ns it was discovered, Her hat wa.'
wrapped in au old pocket handkerchief,
and put away iu a box as soon as dom:
with, tho strings and laces being straight
died and ?oiled out nmst symmetrioidly
each timo. Her gloves were never fold
ed togetht r, bill WCro pulled out straight
and laid Mat in a box, one upon the oth
er, each time they were used, the tiniest
hole bemg mended almost before it had
time lo show itself. J'.ul the thing that
impressed um most was the care she l><
stowed on her ribbons. When making
op bows she used to lino tho upper part
oftho. ribbon with white naper, and thu
not only prevented the ribbon from In
coming Ump and creased, bili kept il
clean, so that wliefl tin? bow was soiled
on one sido she could turn tho ribbon,
and the ribbon, and thc ?>art that lau
been covered came out looking pew am
fresh. 'J lad gu l married and brought
up a large family. Her husband hod ti
fight his way, and did so bravely, nm
was unusually successful, for he becann
wealthy, bul his prosperity was dm
quito as much lo JUH wife's caro am
economy in saving money us it was t<
his in making iL "
A TOItWIlO l\ MISSOURI,
Twenty Live? I,OMI in i.,,,.. ('||y..Kar(ory
UMn llurUvl In III? Ullin? ol Their Uulldlug"
The Hi rc?; I lViii-?-t lt Iver?,
A fearful storm of wind and ruin swept
over Kansas ( ?ty, Missouri, on tho lilli
inst., continuing from ll o'olook till
noon. Tho court house on Second
stree! was totally demolished nbovo tho
second story. Tho Lathrop school build
ing on Eighth stint was partially wreck
ed ami ninny children caught in tin
ruins. An overall factory on Second
street was blown down. Thc old water
works building near the court house was
blown down. At tho Western Uniou
telegraph office but ono win- is working
out of thc city. Communication has
becu established with St. Louis ovor that
wiro by way of Dallas, Galveston, Now
Orleans and Memphis. One spun ni the
North end of the railroad bridge across
tin- Missouri Uiver was blown into the
river, blocking the Hannibal and St.
Joseph, Hock Island, Wabash and Kan
sas City, St. .loo ami Council Hinda
Koads Uight girls have been taken out
ol'the overall factory, four of whom are
dead; ninny others are in the ruins, lint
there is scarcely a hope for their lives,
lu the confusion it ls impossible to ascer
tain definitely tin- extent ol' the calamity,
iud it is said that over twenty employees
are imprisoned in tin- basement of the
factory. The disastrous fury ol' tho
storm was eon li ned to thc north end of
the eily except in the destruct ion of tho
Lnthropc school building on Eighth
street. Thc buildings goncrully except
ing (hos.- mentioned withstood the fury
ol' the storm.
As nearly ns can be learned amid tho
intense excitement mid confusion, about
twenty persons are known to he demi.
Al lin- Lnthropc school eleven children
aro reported dead. Of the four build
ings wrecked ?ill were more or less un
sound, Tin- school building has la-en
twice condemned mid the court house
by many wns considered unsafe. No
one WttS killed except ill these four
house;'. Thc storm, although entailing
such heavy loss of life, wns nothing of
the nature of the tornado that visited the
city th roo years ago. lt was a violent
wind, accompanied by a Hood ol' water
ami heavy hail, which turned many
streets into rivers. Signs, shutters,
chimneys, etc., wen- blown with tin
gale ?uni a large Humber ol' vehicles
wen- overturned in lin- streets. Tho
I?!;.ck clouds that rolled over the city
er? ated almost th,- darkness of night and
made timid ones crouch in terror in cel
lar-. The streets were entirely deserted,
and in sonic install?es horses were seen
wandering about attached t<> vehicles
and seeking refuge from the pelling
i III: M \HTKH \\ OH KM Wei \nniu>>.
M..ul ol l?i-,ei|,lille In til? Oilier-.-A (?lull
I n- tho Kill(ll'O (.ovei innen! of Ute
KiiiglttM to be Submitted lo the General
A ss.-iii lily.
Thc ('hi.-ago Daily N~cti;$ publishes
the following secret circular, which,
ii says, has Keen received by thc
Knights ol' Labor ol' Chicago, and will
be read in Hiu various assemblies
during (bc coming week. 'I'la; circular
noni Grand Master Workman Pow
dct'ly, ?md is a very long one. ll com
plains of the bundi cds of useless letters
(lour hundred a dav ) ?ind committees
v\ ?III Which ho is Lor,-d liv the order,
.ml stales that lu- inii-t have time In
mature plans tor (be betielil of the
Order und mu-i not he interrupted,
iini i hat he will not receive letters 01
cu:::m?tiocs, or go anywhere iVnni lliL
inn; until the meeting nf the General
A.-st in'dv, vv hieb i- ordered for Mu)
L'.j, iii Cleveland, Ohio. The only par;
ol Hu- cn ciliar ol general interest is us
..Nearly lour thousand assemblies
have pledget) Ibetnsolvcs lo ucl on Hie
. d . iee contained in the eil eula r of ihe
Hill lill I IMO. I feel that il only ie
tpi i rcs Hu- coining io 11 io front of real
ineti of our Order to soi u~ righi
llctOt'C lIlO world. Wo have been
lo.-illg ground so (ur ;:s publie opinion
is concerned for some nine Ono ol
tho can-es is I hat we have allowed
ihiu</s to bc done mulei- tho name ol
i lie Knights ol Kai,or for which (tn
organization v. ?is in no way rcs po II
-Hilo. I ask ol'om- members lo keep a
jealous eve on the doings of labor men
who never Linn-, anti when iin-v charge
a II) thing io the Order in your locall i\
sol I Ito seal ol'v our condemnation ll pull
it ?il once by (leaving il. ll ;; pllpoi
criticises thc Knights of Labor or its
o III ce l's, do not hov colt it, and it you
have any such boycotts on remove
'.A journal aol long -?m e made some
uncomplimentary allusions io ibo Gen
eral Master Wink lunn ol' the Knights
of Labor, Mid a( thc next mooting of
the nearest assembly a motion was
cast lo boycott thc paper-not Ibm
alone, bm every person who ai Ivor
Li sci I in (he columns ol' (he paper. I
wrote to tho assombly asking that iho>
roujove the boycott, ami it was done.
We inu^f bear in mimi licit the Gen
eral Master Workman is only a mau,
and is not abova ?rj'icisni. Wc do
minai for ourselves (he i'ig';'|of (rec
.peech. Wc cannot consistently den)
ii i-> others. Wc mus! tolerate fair,
open criticism. If a reply is ucees
sary make it in :i gentlemanly, digui
lied manner, if WO arc criticised or
abused by a blackguard sheet, treal ii
us von would I he blackguard himself
in silence. That our aims and objects
are good is no icasoii why our mem
bers should be regarded as being ol
superior build or material. Wc arc
no mon- the salt ot tlc- hil I'M) (han
millions of UllkllOWIl toilers who do
the work ol'thc world. In our deal
ings with laborers and capitalists wc
inns! deni j isl Jv ?ind fairly by them; ir
we would have it equally done to US we
mus! in turn do ii cfpiajiy to others.
Ibis ? s thc aim of the K nights ol' Labor
and must not bo lost sigh! of Iii tif
fin m o.
"Wo have had -onie I rouble from
drinking members ?iud from men who
talk about buying guns and dynamite.
lt thc men who possess money enough
lo buy guns ami dynamite would in
vest il in the purchase of homo well
sob cted work on labor, they wo'ild put
tho money to good use. They will
never need guns or dynamite in this
country, It is my opinion thal tin
man who (lOOS IfOf study lin; politics ol
Hu: nailon and thc wm.I;, of the people
would uuike bul lillie ii-c o? u nth
Tho mail who cannot vote intclligenllv ,
.md who wili not walch (ho man fi?'
?oles for aller be ls ejeeied, cannot bi
depended on to use either gun ??>
dynamite, ll' I lie head 'iud brain ol
man cannot work out thc problem now
confronting us, hi* hand alone will
novel' solve it. Il I kill my enemy 1
silence him, it ts true, hut I do not
convince him. I would mako a con
vert rather than a corpse of my enemy.
"The men who own capital arc not
our 0OCmisC8. If that theory held
good tho workman of to-day would he.
t he eneuiy of his iellow-toilcr Oil the
morrow-for, after all, ?fis how to
acquire capital and how lo use it prop
erly that we arc endeavoring to learn.
No*! Tho man of capital is not neces
sarily tho enemy of lahorers. On the
contrary they must be brought closer
togo!her. I mn well aware that smile
extremists will say I nm advocating a
weak pian, and will say thal bloodshed
and destruction ol' property alone will
solve the problem. It a man speaks
such sentiments in au assembly read
for him Ibu charge which thc Masler
Workman repeats to thc newly initiat
ed who joins our .anny ol' peace.' If
he repeals his nonsense pul him out."
TH K s.\ Viotti! 01? rm: WOULD.
The Israelites of III? Now Covenant who
ConfoHM tiiat .Jesus if. tho Messiah.
I nder tho leadership ol' a preacher
mimed ltahitiowitz, a Jewish Chris
tian movement has been in progress
for some lime in Bessarabia, which is
developing towal d an organic lorin,
i hese Christians have adopted a
"Symbol of the Congregation ol'the
Isrealitcs ?ri thu New Covenant,"
from which, as pi i lcd in Thc Tiule
pendant, wc extract tho following sig
nillcaui passages :
'.2. 1 beliove willi an unwavering
l'ait ii thai our Kn thor in Heaven, in
accordance willi Ilia promise given to
on,- l ither, oin- prophets and our King
David, thc son of Jesse, has awakened
loi I-rad ti Itcdcctncr- namely, Jesu-,
who was born ol'Mary the virgin, in
thc eil y ol'Bethlehem, ol' .hulea, who
stiU'ercd, \v<?s orucilicd, died, and was
buried for our salvation; who arose
again from tho dead ami lives, and
behold lie is sitting at thc right hand
?d' our blither in Heaven, and will
como from lhere lo,judge the circuit of
lite carib, Hie living and Ibo dead, and
Ile ia king over tho House ol Jacob
forever, nuil Iii- kingdom knows no
".'I. I believe with an unwavering
lui di Hutt, according to tho determina
of Cod io pas- judgment, and His
foreknowledge,our fathers were si rick
en willi ha r<l ness of heart, thal I hey
blasphemously resisted their Messiah,
the Lord di -ii-, in orth r lo arouse the
oilier nations of lim carib lo ail tho
greater /.eal, and lo reconcile them ntl
through Iheii'l'aitli in*( Ihrist, according
lo (hu words ol' His evangelists, in
order (hal the carib should bo full of
lill! kliou ledge of Hie Cold, nilli tllllt
Hu Cord Should ho king over the
I believe willi au unwavering
(nilli thai only through faith in Jesus,
the Messiah, any man cnn bc justified,
wi,la-nl tho work- of Ibo law, and
Ililli Illinois one (.od, who, thl'OUgll
failli, ju-i die- i he circumcised Jew und
the uncircumcised Gentiles, and that
tleie is no di Ile rc u co between .lews
ann (jreeks, sc vants und freemen,
nie i ami women : Ihcv ure all one in
? -* -ten * ? -
SO! I'll ? \ HOI.IN V XHW?.
\ on oi ibu well Blackwell, of I.ancas,
ti i. wa- severely Injured hy a kick from a
.loo Cunningham, colored, of Abbeville,
was killed Ly Ca-ar Thomas, colored, willi
a wagon spoke.
A colored l...\ wa- -hoi and killed by an
other Lui m- r Branchville, during a dilti
cully uh.aii i heir morning meal.
I II H \\ md law, colored, who is in Abbe
> ?Ile j ii! i liai ged w ?tb larceny of live stock,
i ? . ?ne CI'II/A . and has liol calen or drank
in i liing for six days.
Oliver Hester, (be slayer of his brother
m I -v. J.iineit in Spiutanbtirg, came in
ind surrendered lo Ile Sherill', lie claims
lhal Hie deed was done iu self-defense.
Two young children of Alfred Stevens,
an industrious colored resident oj liken,
were badly wounded hy a load of -hol und
- mil ?ired carelessly from an old gun liva
Austin Moi dy, a Lancaster Ind, had two
liny rs of Ids lefl hand lorn ol? and his
righi hand badly injured by the explosion
'.i a d?nundle cap en the end ol a lead
pt lu il.
I.ulber Harnell, of SpnrltUiburg, was
tilled hy bis I roi ber in law, oliver Hester,
willi a plow shovel The difficulty grew
oui of Hester severely heating one of his
.h ti Wail, of sparliinburg, ea ugh I hi
fool iii (he i cu e- of a runaway leam and
was dra?ged over KM) yards and seriously
hurl. Nea! Hie -mue place another leam
.?IT and ibo Adkins brothers were badly
II ls no longer the Charlotte. Columbia
ami Augusta bul the Itichmond mid Hun
ville M [h'oarj, South Carolina Division.
l'Ile Conimbia and Greenville is Hie Rich
nu . nul Danville Kailroad, Columbia ami
. Jr-1 avilie division.
Au and colored man limned Bynum,
lone, riv tho properly of Col. .lohn 15.
Moore and w ho had charge ol' the racing
da hies of thai gentleman, died recently iii
Sumter. Bynum was iou sens old,"and
wa- well known in spoiling circles in ante
Mr Oreen leaf, of Sparlanburg, lost a val
uable horse hy a peculiar accident. The
horse was plowing in a held mid stepped on
i hoe, when thc handle flew up, was pushed
into his thigh, struck an artery and thean!
mal bled I" death.
The -ion- and warehouse of W. P, Cain,
of Orangeburg, with tho entire contents,
were hm nt by an accidental Uro yesterday
evening. '.''!". safe loor was o|ien and the
books, papers ami mopey wen- consumed
Loss nboul $2fi non. Insurant o 500 The
ad jai eui properly u ns saved with (liflicilUy.
'. '..nt. Itoherl W. Andrews and his com
pallion, l ido, w ill h ave Sumter nbotll thc
i?Oth Instant, on bia way lo Boston, Muss.,
ein North Hampton, Va.,and Washington,
I), (' The Captain, who will he 00 HOXl
4til July, llantera any man in tho United
states for a wajk of one thousand miles or
.. Winni, rful KfllfAPy,''
Some people ure slow in telling what
good things have bien ihuii- for (hem, bul
Sir. .lohn P. Daly, of Oillisonvlllo, 8, C..
-ays he lakes great pleasure in testifying
to iii?, wonderful efficacy of Brown's Iron
Hiller.-, in dyspepsia, fever and ague, and
general debility of Mic y-'e;u. He bad
personally experienced tl/o rnos! sallsfaoto
ry results from Hie USO of lids valuable
medicine. Make a memorandum of (his,
di yo whose systoinsnro rundown Brown's
Iron Billets will cure you. *
.folin Mont, Un- Inarchliil.
Herr Most, the Anarchist, was arrested
lust week and lokged in Hu- Tombs
prison in New York. He had "skipped"
from Chicago, to escape arrest. He was
brought up on Friday, and released on
bail in tl.e som of one thousand dollars.
I he money waa Bnjb^ribod by sumo of
Moat's friends. He complained bitterly
of having been handcuffed mid of Hie
loss of $180 at tho timo ho was - arrested.
UKKKRAL NKYVH ITKMH.
Fad* ur hun. -.1 Uittlicrrd from Vailou*
The business outlook: Look out!
Winter clothes have l>ccii put in cam
Sonn- o? the new ?ames for candles are
Collars now are of all shapes and sizes
and all are fashionable.
'Tis not against the laws of man to kiss
a girl whenever he can.
The gallows exerts a nceative ialhienee
on the life of criminals.
Whom the gods love dio young; hut the
gods do not love spring chickens.
74,420 persons visited the Central l'ark
menagerie on Sunday.
Geronimo's hand are still on the wnr path
and several murders are credited to them.
Three soldiers were drowned in the Yel
lowstone Ki vcr by a skill" upsetting.
All coats arc made loose, even (aitaways,
and hardly any smooth surfaced clo'll is
big hats, wasp like waists and a Jumbo
bustle, make thc average woman on thc
streets an nbsu d caricature.
"Running accounts" is had business for
both buyer and seller, lt has ruined many
men ?nal will ruin many more.
"People who live in glass houses"
should po to bcd willi their clothes on lo
avoid making spectacles of themselves.
A number of counterfeit ?100 bank ol'
Knghiud notes have been sent to America
IM ward Broil ran, a (jcrman bar keeper
in .New York, committed suicide through
A tornado passed through Wayne County,
X. C., destroying everything in its truck.
Several people were killed.
Thc (band Division of thc Sons of Tem
I >c rn nee will meet in Columbia in July
Thc Toledo girl who married the fellow
to get rid of him has commenced a divorce
suit for thc same object.
"Whore aro tho mon of'107" shrieks mi
excited exchange. (Hi. to Halifax with tho
men of 70. (Jive us thc women of 'Ja
Up in Kentucky now they settle duels hy
arbitration. This shows that Kentucky is
The Orungemen of Pister, Ireland, arc
enrolling men from is to Co ami arc regu
Uncen Victoria has paid her second visit
to Liverpool -this lime to open thc Inter
Preston Valentine, thc negro murderer,
has been sentenced to bc hung privately ir
Augusta on thc 'Jd of .Inly.
Tlu- new dorman tariff is threatening tin
industries ef thc empire with loss, instead
of promoting them, as Bismarck expected
George ll. Buller, Consul General li
b'gypl, and a prominent newspaper man
died in Washington Thursday.
Four persons were drowned in (hi
Ncvoho River at Maguire's Perry, Kansas
They all belonged lo one family.
A eyeloueStruck Pontiac, 111., Thursday
destroying seven stores, it hotel and severn
oilier buildings. J ol let also suffered sc
Thc remarkable charge is made that th
prohibition amendment to Rhode Island'
Constitution was carried by thc wholcsal
bribery of voters.
F. Sin... a farmer living near Dal lilt
Texas, killed two brothers .leif, and Tm
bradbury- in a dilliculty about sonic stole
Dr. G. N. I';.buci. a prominent phys
cian of boston, lumped ovcrltoard from
steamer with lils four year old gmndso
and both were drowned.
A mnd dog bil a cow near Little Bool
Ark., a. ' persons who partook i
thc milk ..I ila ned arc seriously ill, w it
symptoms i !i, . lophohta.
Ten childi"; u-.ddhig In brookville, Pa
wcrepoisoia.il eutiog snakeroot in mi
biko for swed e. vir h. ! ho attending plo
sicians think ?iii li il one will recover.
Hugo Klons, a young <i nunn who sh?
u burglar in his uncle's store io Hurt fun
Conn., has been eoaniiiltiil ona chingo i
Thc seven year ha ust IsdllC thisbiimmc:
This will please the bug collector, bill
won't throw thc farmer into a very big
state of exhilaration.
.lames Munnion. a member of the Cha
hain Artillery, was drowned in Savanna
Uiver It is thought thu! lie stumbled au
feb in tho dark.
Kev. J, M. Wilke- ol Montevallo, Ala
a delegate to thc Baptist Convention i
Montgomery, dropped dead in the strc<
from hearl disease.
Those people who want lo know wh
(?l inters call thc boy thc "devil" can readil
bring themselves to understand it hy en
ploying u boy for u few days.
When your watch slops, lie sure if
wound up before rushing off to the jcwi li
with it. Don't assume il is broken beCAUi
there is a temporary stoppage.
The .Milwaukee City Council has pas Si
a resolution looking to the impeachment .
Alderman Rudzinskl, Polis)) Aldcrmai
for thc part he took in thc labor riots.
Thc conductor, engineer and A remen of
freight train on thc Pennsylvania Ibiilroi
were killed in Concmaugli Valley hy ru
niug into an obstruction on thc road culls?
by a storm.
Another terrible and destructive cycloi
devastated portions of sc vii ra I Nor! hw estel
states yesterday. An Immense amount i
damage was done, and a number of liv
A large camp-meeting tent was blow
down in Johnson County, Kansas, whi
the services were in progress, A nu
named Jackson, his wile and their bal
were killed ami many more injured
Thc legality ol lite Act annulling tl
charter of thc broadway Surfine Railroi
in New York ls lo be tested in thc COU I
hy a hank willi h advanced money on I
An effort is being made lo naturalize tl
Kngli.sU bumblebee in Australia. Tl
primitive attire of thc natives certain
furnishes all thc inducements a humhlt h
of thc Polish and Bohemian rioters wi
regaled themselves with liquid refresluneii
w hen they sacked thc drug store in Chica/
eight have died and at least four more a
beyond ho|>o of recovery.
lt seems to have taken a good many yea
to discover I he true birthplace of Cohunlui
Tho next thing we shall hear is that Mai
Tw ain, u/hen he wept at l)ie grave of Adm
wet the w rong spot.
Her M?sl, thc New Voil; anuri hls| ai
dynamiter, w ill 1M: tried today for riot III
incendiarism. Thc la st thing tho jury
his ruse could do would be to bring in
verdict of g'dlly. and swing him up.
Robert Wright, a merchant of Elizuiiet
Col., was shot und killed hy a woman wi
claimed ;)ia/ bc had betrayed her and |
fused to make reparation The WOD1I
govp horsojf ti i ?, hut refused 'to give li
Thc American Colonization Bode
wants $100 a head for settling colon
Americans in Liberia. Petitions have hoi
presented to Congress from colored |>eoji
in'thc South mid West asking that such a
Three tramps attempted to rob thc gr
eery storo of Amos Harkiusat I limey tow
W. Yu. A large bulldog that hail bei
left on guard in the storo attacked tho i
truders, seizing ono of them by tho noe
killing him instantly.
Norman L. Lounsbcrry, u farmer livh
nour OswogO, N. Y., became jealous of his
wife and a man minted Horace Pearson and
killed thom both, ho thon suicided; In each
case 'li?' heads wore almost lorn oir by bul
leis from a shotgun.
Any material cnn bo mail?' fashionable
now if thc right person introduces it. The
variety ot dress goods (his Benson is unprc
codon to'', and hundreds of ladies daily out
on shopping excursions aro bowllilored lo
know what to buy.
A bill has been passed by Ibo Kentucky
Legislature for levying school laxes, ono
clause of which rea?s: "Any widow, spin
Bier or alien who is a tax payer ami has
children of a school age shall lie (jUUlillcd
Who would have thought itv Mr. John
Sherman Is ludlguonl at the Southern peo
plo io- tho dcniouslratlons that have bei II
made on Mr. Davis'account. Poor John!
II?- didn't do any of tho lighting- 'those who
did are not indignant.
Mr. Daniel Scdford found a ruby in Clay
Cornily. IS. C., and sold il for $15, ll
next sold for $8,000, Iben for 1(10,000, anda
lapidary was tho next purchaser, After
working upon it for a awhile be soiil the
same for the sum of $10,000.
The Ibpular Hoieneo /Yew asserts thal
lh?? averil",?' length of life is constantly in
creasing, and th" limo may yet como when
persons 100 years old will excite no moro
curiosity than ?>n?' of eighty years al thc
Charles Slocum, nu elderly farmer, went
carly lo feed his stuck in Scoborio, N. V.,
ami ii is supposed fell in a lil ned broke
his lantern, which act lire lo tho burn and
lu- was bural i<> death, together with seven
cows and three horses.
Mrs. J, Slrnmaun attempted to murder
her young daughter in West Denver, Col.,
and then .slim and killcil herself. She
is said lo have been deranged bv grief over
Ibo murder of her falber in Cincinnati in
Deeeniheii last ami tho death of her mot li?'r
a month Inter.
Bunders Manning, a young resident ?>f
Macon, (bi., while hittiliuu lien vers, saw
what he thought was ' ii" ?>l Ibo animals
moving near I Itu water and fired, killing
Joseph Kuy. II young man, w li" w as fish
ing. The Ind w ho did Ibo shooting is iii
len ?hie distress ni tho result.
Charles Raynor was killed in Brie, Penn.,
on tho Comical it ill idge. Tho unfortunate
young mau was caught by a gale, raised
troin tho top of iii-, I rain ami dropped be
tween Ibo cars, Ile WHS cut in twain, and
j one-hn foi Ids body went down Ibo ravine,
Iii? feel deep, while Hie other remained on
li was noticeable in (ho riots in Chicago,
ns in the disturbances in Itolgium mid in
Ibo history of all anni? hy lu Franco, thal
women uro moir aggressive and violent In
their demonstrations of passion and devil
(ry than men. There seems to lien fiendish
side io foina!?1 nature thal know - no law ot
A monument has been creeled lu Gins
novia, Ireland, in memory of O'Donnell,
who killed .lames c rey, tho Informer in
the i rial of tlu' Phtenix Park murderers,
An inscription on the monument says: "II?
?lied for Ireland.'' The expense of lin
monument was defrayed clitelly by Irish
A in. ricans.
An esteemed I tut! leal contemporary says
"Did you observo ibo names ?>f the 'Amer
???ans' who i ired pi tu I ct I lasi night's ou trag?
in Chicago?" Anti yet tbesu same "Anu ri
?.uns ' wen considered good enough locntei
(he Federal Anny ns soldiers during Kn
war. Perhaps, however, (hey were mri)
L'ood enough "patriots" milli alter ibo con
Ohio ?s still having |voll(ical war. Twin
ty two Democratic mcmlMirs ol (ho Ohli
Seiiale hiiVO left the Stale lo avoid bein;
compeli? i io attend thc sessions and lorin i
quorum. Fourteen of Hiern arc al Cholla
nonga, cani|>ed in a pai n ?, ? ar. They an
tryuig lo tlefcil Ibo expressed purpose o
tlc Republican Senators lo fraudulentb
count the Dem.ls l i HM Hamilton Conn
t v out and the Republic m aspirants In.
There is a good ?leal ol bustle about tin
While lions, ?n i now. which i- not duel?
annual house cleaning S Hely young la
riles who profess io know ail n hon I ii ?ts
sinn ibo cause lo Ibo approaching (rn nsf ci
of Miss Cleveland flout ihn exnlic?l soda
post she lin : M.?I f I" IIIOI'I Illili! .1 Veal
and thc Slice? doll . > Mi Folsom lo (hi
posiiion of iii i |;jdj of (he ?i,i '
"Did I pay for thal wine we had Ins
nlgbt, landlord".-" asked < i IntsonlK'ak, com
lng tlown ono moraine, willi his hi nd dei
iiji in II towel. " \\ hy . \ mi ouglil lo know
Mr CriniKonls'iik," replictl n liv slander
jokingly. "Well," sahl Crimsonls-iik, "
consulted inv pocketbook, and il seemed ti
say llnit I did; bul when I consulted un
head I carno lo tin conclusion thal I wa
paying ?>r .i iIiis m lining."
The Supreme Com I at Washington ha
dismissed thc three Snow polygamy case
for want of jurisdiction. lt h:i, also rc
culled the m?ndale in the Cannon [Milygamj
case, soi aside (he former judgment au?
dismissed ii for want <>f jurlsriiciiori, Th?
( our! has riccitlori that II Knited State
Court has jurisdiction over a ? ase of mur
der of one I lidian by another oir or on ?
Frank ( lenients, a handsome and pitjm
lar actor of Now York nari n nienthcr o
Morijcskit's company, (brew himself befon
a moving train at Newark, N. J., on Satur
?lay and was ground lo pi?tres. Ile was ?
Scotch man ot noble family and had lakoi
orders lu tho Church of Bnglnnd, but wa
foped from the pulpit hy thcinlemperaiici
?ind scandalous conduct ol his ? ?fe. lo w hon
he w :is passionately allacheri.
The number of bills Introduced in Un
1 Knee this session is H. ?10, lol ll I resolution!
171, total 8,011; private hill- which liavi
passed the House 651, public hills 172, lola
828, of tliis number 170 prix.,:, and P.
public bills have passed tho Senate. Tb?
IIoilSO hus received ?5^1 bills passed hy Hu
Se?ale, 120 nf which were public and 'J.V.
privalo Tho House has passed sui of Hies?
lillis, 83 of which were of a public naturi
mid .vi private,
Il is stated Hint tba Socialists w ear dyna
mit? boml>S attached lo their waists mu
concealed by their coal (ails If such i:
the case, il would not he a had ?dca toeipii)
tho police with a long pole, so Hint whet
they aro called upon to disperse a rlotOUi
crowd of nu n (hey ? nu punch (hem uudoi
Hie coat tails w ilh thc poles, and (himblow
up (he dynamiters with their own |votnrris
and at (he same time ascertain Hie ? haine
ter of tho assemblage without danger u
Mr. Jcfforson Davis is seventy-eight yean
old. Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Davis were boll
hom in Kentucky. Mr. Davis ?.'ame South
Mr. Lincoln went North, and their pollil
? :d courses diverged accordingly until cul
munition ns opposing chieftains of groa
armies and governments in ih?'Irreprcsslbli
eoniiict. Afr. Davis wo* a year older lliai
Lincoln, Iw > years older than tho flori
Toomba, four years oidor Ihnn Ibo "Lilil?
Giant" Douglas, Avo years oidor than WU
liam K. Yancey, four years older Hun
.ludah I'. Uenjnmln, ami twolvoyearsoldei
than John c. ilrccklnririgo.
t thia.i ii" i' I) '"??fy on" <??'? ? to une *?m
.rt of tonio. Ut t? N < uton? Into almost ?Tory pby
.B prusciiplion tor CIOLO ?ho need building up.
b tho only iro? modfcjne that ienp! injurio.;*.
lt Knrlctien Itae Blood, inviuorniti the
Il doe? not blacken or injure tim tooth. c?us? hoad
tobo or produoo constipation-<VA?r inm m*4itin-do
Dit. fl. 1! BINKIXY. a loading physician of
SnringlloM. (>.. SSJS!
"Brown's Iron Ilittoraian thoroughly good modi.
?.Ino I uho lt in my practico. and ?nd ita action
excel! nil ol har forum bi iron. In weaklier* or a low
condition of Um system, Brown'?.Iron p"HC n
??i:nlly a poaitivn neoesaity. lt ia all tliat inclano-d
(ionnlnn h.vi trulo miir'c and cro??od rod lino? on
wrapper. 'PuItt? no Other. Madnonlyby
IlUOM'N t Iii: M I? A I. co.. ItAI.TIMOKR.MI>.
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taining Hst ot prizes f.>r talpee. Information ?bout
coin?, otc. giv.-n away by ?ll nealon In medicino, or
mailed lo ?ny address on reoslpt of So. ?tamp.
FOR COUGHS ANO CROUP U8*
Tb? ?w??t tum. a? g-athrred from a tr** of the- Hm. nama,
[rowing aloa? tba .mall itiwiii lo th? Southam Rt??*,
contain, a ?tli-iulatlng eip??tnranl prlnclpl? thal IOOMDI
tho i.hleam nto-lucloe th? mit niornlim couth, and ?tlmu
lat?, thc rhli'l lo throw "IT Ihr- fal?? mrinhraua In croup ar I
whooplnjC'fou.h. Wh?n combined with th? l r.line tnncb
la.lnou. t.rlu lpl? In tb? mull-In plant of the- old B.ldt. pr?
Mata In TIT Loa'a fnanoaaa lin.i.i or Pwaar Orw ?an
Mri Lain lb? flnr.t known r?in?dy tor Couch., Croup,
Wh~.|>ln?;-Cou?h ?od l outumpllon : ?nd ?o palatable, ?ny
eblld I. aMasss lo laka lt. A.? renedrofglll for lt. Pr!??,
2Sc. an I $1. WALTER A. TAYLOR, Atlanta, Qa.
C.? IIB. RIQOKRS' ntlCKl.KBERBY CORDIAL fbi
Warrh.ra. I>yi?ut*tj and Children Tewlhln*. For ?al? bj
**-? dru ?xl ? u.
Moat ' 11.- 'I ii ? lu, h afllii-l mankind aro origin
ally oAuaed by a disordered oondillnn ol lbs LIVER.
For ?ll complaints ol this kind, snob aa Torpidity ol
tbs Livor, Biliousness, Nortroiis Dyspepsia, Indigo?,
lion, frrotfularity of tim l< tvrels, Oonstipatlon, Flaiu
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Irregularities io ?dental to females, ll. ?ring down
KS STAOIGF.R'S flURANTll
i-< invaluable. lt is not A psnacss for sll diseases,
bul Ol IDC? 1,11 disease* of th? LIVER,
v.Ul STOMACH and BOWELS.
lt rli u ibo Ol inplexlon from a wa?y, yellow
tmgii. to s ruddy, heslthy color. Ii entirely n-mores
low. gloomy Hpirua. Il ia ono of tim BEST AL
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BLOOD, and ls A VALUABLE TONIC.
For ?alo by all Druegbts. Price tl.00 pr boltlo.
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprlotor,
>40 SO. FRONT ST.. Phllucielphlu, Pu.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
wu i Ti'. i.i:<*iioit\s.
I am II9W breeding limn birrin Unit score
fnini sr? toan points. Kggs $I.OO ?er Mi
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til' Kggs paekotl niircfa'iy in briskets.
Pair hatch guaranteed. Kor further In
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Tin- Solublo"(iaaiio*i9*n highly concentrait
(?nulr fertilizer foi nil crops.
ASHI.KV COTTON AND CORN COMP
two crops ?ntl ni no largely used hy tho Trie
ASI ILK Y ASH KIsKMKNT. A very elie
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For Tonas, Directions, Testimonials, ami
publications of tho Ct nipany, address
THE ASHLI:Y PHOSI
mrOVOMI- Diphtheria, Croup, Asthma. Bronohltja,
tioaraeneaa, Influcnaa, Unoklng Cough, Wli< or.lng Oo'
Diarrhoea, Kidney Trouble?, and Bptn*l 1)lawless, rsi
These pill? wer? A wonderful discovery. No ether
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pills. Find out about them and you will nlwr.ya bs
free. Sold ev or ywha ra, or sent by mall for 8*0. In stgni
Powder ja abaolutoly
pure and highly con
oontreted. One olino?
ls worth ? pound of
any other kind, lt ls.
st rio?l# a medlelno to|
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment. Few da. Not to know is
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NO More Terror' Not only stierten?
iNu wore xeixert tllotlmoo/ |nuor ami
Ne?Moro' Pain !
.ssens tho intensity
?of nain, hut, it
greatly diminishes thu
(langer *?> Ufo of both
M ??* -r\ ? mother and child, and
No"More Danger! ,,.aV(.s "loti,cl- tn n
condition 11 ? I ? i y fa
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Mother or Unid. Hablo to Heeding, <HM.
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Motherhooil cy iii this respect ca
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Transformed lo THU M O T ll K H'M
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ol thu nineteenth Cen
pud broil! thc natale ol
thc case it will of
course i?c understood
thal we cannot pub
lish certificates con?
corning tills lt KM EDT
without wviuidhig the
delicacy ol'tlio writers.
0 j , ." Vet wc'have hundreds
Safety and KilKO of suci, testlitionlalson
tile, and no mother
'ro who has once used it
will ever aplin be
j Suffering Woman ^ithoat ii in her time
A prominent pliyslcian lately remarked
to tho proprietor, that if it were admissible
to m.ike public tho Sellers wc receive, the
"Mothers' friend" would outsell anything
on tho market.
UKNTIJUMKN:-D?ring my career hi tho
nineties of medicino 1 uso<? your "MOTH
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eau bc Induced to go through thc ordeal
Without il after once using lt.
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Palmetto, tia., .lune ie, bsw. ,
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His composed of tho most approved
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lb r p n ri fy i n g th o
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in short iTir invigorating .-di thc functions
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Price per Bottle $1.00.
id Ammoidatcd (?nano, a complete High
OUND A complete 1'ciiiii/ci tor thens
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Y ACID PHOSPHATE, Ol very High
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. Ilka tham In th* world, wm poa lu rely our* or
td ea*h box la worth ton tl maa th? o oat of a box of
.Kothlnc on a*ffSi
will raak? han* Uy