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L O O A Li .
Soc what Coopor A; Burnside- ItroB say'
Poor Patton! John P. Qllpln ItaH ask
ed him to meet him ?it t hu depot to-night .
Tho "Myst ie Sovon" wore making
midnight musical hist ovonilig.
Ur. B. <!. Poul graduated from tho At
Innla Medical Collego lust \vook<
Capt. chuko, of Augusta, paid our
town n business visit <fb last Thursday, j
Miss Minnie 11 el hi UM, of Trinity neigh
borhood, ls Visiting friends hore.
Mr. J. If? Blehnrdson ls assisting Dr.
Martin lu running tito licndollu.
Miss Palra Smith. of DI mn Springs, Is 1
visiting tito famllv ol'Dr. J. T. Poole.
Mr. .las. Thtnupsou has goito lo
(J roon ville, whore ho will rosldo In fu
Mrs. Collins, nf OntllOSVlllo, I'la., is
visiting hor brothor-Iu-lnw, dipt. J. M.
Tho Cash Company nra not to bo out
dune in soiling t:oo,!s, they soil in sea
son and out of season.
Still another candidato comes. This
(imo for Treasurer, in iin- person of Mr.
w. Seott Knight.
Mr. Duetts, of tho] ri ni lng house of Lu?
ens A- lUehitrdson, paid tho AovuitTlsi'ii
a pleasant enll on Wotlnosdny.
Mr Pounds hes doidtlod lo move Ids
hin confectionery atoro alter a rosidonco
ol'six-weeks in LUlU'CUS. Ho IIIOVl 1
Mrs. J. M. Muru, daughter of Dr. C A. j
Saxon, died a; h :.'.;;.::.., ?a this County, '
on tho ?th lnsl I
M it Knrroit: Thon is a bright pros
pool of another important railroad hoing
bulli and run by Ladrona, Wo will not
nanto tho road hui Insist ii,?it our busi
ness m. u look after i* without dolny
Sonic ol' ? hem Know which road wo speak
!>f mid willagrcu with ns lhal to loso ii.
or to allow it io j ;is-; UH hy, w ill ho nu lr
rcparahlo loss, groat cr than ad wo have
gained iii tho punt. Wo ournesllti request
that i hoy do not procraat butte. Tia ro
must lu a crista. Now is tho niel; of
Miss Mundo WolTbrd, a lovely young
Indy of Switzer, ls visiting her relativo
Mrs. W. A. .btinioStni.
Mr. rm! Mrs. .lohn Davis, of Ninety
Six, mudo a short visit lual wook to their
grand-daughter, Mr.*..). ll. Ik wloy
Mr. l?l. Sit grooves left fr Northern
SiniuiKU'v ol'Tho News.
Tho (iorninn Crown '/rince is
said to ho bot tor.
A now lintolnnd now armory will
both bo built io Augusta, i Itt,
Th" Aiken Midi lit/.PU foal will be
bold on tho 11th hud I2lh <>f April. !
Dr. I >. C. Dobbins' now history j
of Coln mida, S. C., will lie pu M ?sh
ed very shortly,
I n i orinada' ion of i In- recent St it to
pension nols ?ii*'' [riving considera*
Ide troubla nt thu Stuto capital,
An application has boon tl I od ut
Columbia, H. f\, for ?i churtor for
thc Cungaroo Manufacturing Com
Tho ?rains aro reported running
regularly on tho Cl i tugo, furling*
ton und Quincy itallrond, In spite
of tllO -trike.
Tho O ran gbu rg Hunk had I Di nn
nual election ?d' otlloers hird week.
lt \< Maid to ho In II mest flourish
Abbeville County, ft. C., has pono
"dry" dy 820 majority. Tho anti
prohibitionists ??oak of contesting
(?en. Boil 111 Ugo 1' -laics thal be
has withdrawn definitely from pol
ities, ?ind will devote himself en
tirely to hh military duties.
Lewis Dow , charged with tho
murder of op i l.<V K, In :tt largo in
OrangburgCounty, thc RhorlfT hav
ing failed tb ai'l'OHt Ililli.
Tho Virginia1 Senate last week
unanimously passed resolution
favoring tllO Ultllr bill, and appoin
ted ti COinnittOO to gonn to Wash
?iMnnMfJWMHHHMMpJB H5HOBB 9BS55E?! SSS
An attempt lins boon made to is
sue A lottery loan of 24, OOO, OOO
francs in tho French Chumber of
Deputies for tho completion ol (lui
An application has boon flied in
Columbia, 8. 0., for tho incoiporn
tion of tho Oreenvillo Pants Rlnn
ufacturingCompuiiy, with a capital
stock <d' $10,000.
Tho body of Stephen S. Mon ny
buried at Cork last woe!;, In the
presence of thirty thousand people,
the members of the Irish National
The internal revenue reduction
bill han been completed by Ibo
Democratic members cf tho com
mitiee on ways and means and o
now being printed. ?
A can of pa ratine caused a Aro ii
New York cit v last woolf, by willoi
dani ages to the extent of $100,001
were done before tho Manies coull
I A cotton panie is reported fron
New York and several large opera
tors aro said to be embarrassed
The reason assignod is said to I?
tho expectation of a short crop.
Representative lOlliott, from li:
anfort, is devoting much time au
at tent ion in ( 'i ingress to the su ojee
I of improving the inland nnvigi
tion ?m tho ci ia-1 ol South Carolitu
A Creigh i train wits wreck oil la
week at killen lon,.S. C., on tho Poi
Royal Railroad. Six box ears wei
thrown from tho tr ck, which wi
torn up for about fifty feet.
Tho tariff reform loaders in liol
tho Congressional House anti Soi
ute have assumed un aggressive n
titudc that ts si id to IK* (rommc
, dod by their friends throughout t!
i country, and ti rendel1 their opp
1 neuts anxioii *.
(Jo I,i! M li IA declines a propo-i I ?<
to bc written up lu tho .New Y?;
Star for $00 I, and will prepon
statement of ber advantages, to
distributed on tho backs of the b
ter sheets used by ber merchant.
Prof. Kniest K. Young, ns ?stn
professor in history at Harvii
committed suicide in Boston S
u rd ay, leaving a young wife. I
mimi was unsettled by over wor
The Wentworth Street Luther
Church, of Charleston, has ox tm
ed a call lo Hov. \V. S. Bo wm
!>. h.. pastor of tho lOvangell
Lutheran church, of Savannah.
\ m w rule for removing u <
?1er from tho eye ls given by a r
road engineer, li i - : "I ad t In
jured oyo alone and rub the ot
one. and tho cinder will be out
t wo minutes."
Tin- Legislature of aryland
passed n bill appropiating a hi
sum to be used in (lie trapping :
de-! ruction ()f OOlS, \\ hieb h
nearly destroyed ?the shad lishe
by devouring tim eggs and yo
Although TlIM A nv ia; i i-i.it ls |
tod ' utlri ly nt hom?- now, titi t b
consol i wiiv wo should not throw ?
fc\\ *-.'-? i run." Wo give oilr rendi r;
lulen! hows, OV011 il ii lido s an i
ovo.ry deij .
A number ol' gctillcim II. lucio
JObll Mills, /. ll. Wright ?o?d \\
Wright luid royal sport in tho fox .<
. oj Tuesday. Io < i-do boiirs they cu|
I wo mngnillcenl --reds," running <
her dell, whof? llvo young '-foxes"
Tim extraordinary poptllliril
A y er's Cherry Pectoral ls tho
ural resttll of its i?- o by all ell
of people for over forty your
has proven it-elf tho very best
elfie for colds, cough? and pill?
NEW SPRING GOO!
Hurt er's Iron Tonic.
"Mo Leans Strengt liing Coi
Kings Cough Cure.
Liver null Kidney Cur<
COME AND SEI
U ND KR BEN DEIJ/A IK
I j BETON IT K EM RU PCT ?MWf3W TV. wi ITITI.-1 F'"**-i ir? TTTTtKl B^BMP
Gotzeln Blgnod willi Dotroit for f'.\700.
Tho ii'<v.- Milwaukee gr< mid will seat 5,1100,
Omaha lina organized au umateur baseball
Thu California league Reason <?f isvs will
begin March 35.
Florida is passing through o sovoro attack
of basolsdl fever.
Tho Chieugos will play a Borles of games
at Now Orleuns after leaving Hot Springs.
Tho iii. Louis club is said to IK> trying to
make u deal for pitcher Hughes, of tho
Brooklyn ? lah.
Td" I 'al I for nhl Icaguo hnB adopted another
cntitcrn innovation mid will have a stair of
Smith and Mullana oro said to havo mndo
nearly $500 apiecu last Keason for extra win
ning games pitched.
If th? Cincinnati team eleni's moro than
expone on tho present trip, tho surplus will
ho dr. Idwl ann ng thu players.
lt li thought Hirt tho southern trip will
cos', t lie t ?ncinnnl i club i;i tho neighborhood
of Ol..-ii'), but with good hick oxjiehses may
; bo clo ir I.
?'..?.i i Omaha comes wont that. Van Dyke,
i of ibo . Moines lenin, has challenged Sun
I day, .h" Pittsburg , to run hita u 100 yard
! daub f< ir $*50 a sido.
I Many of the playera who wintered ia Cali
fornia aro heavily in debt to Uart and Fouls,
who noted ns hanker.-*, to tho tuno of several
j thousand of doilars.
\n on reporta that lie has i(iiito recovered
I tho tliro . ig uso ot bis right urm, which hos
I boon titi'ained for somo yeat s. Mo attributes
bis recovery to hand ball ? laying.
! Smith can goto boston for $U,'J0O, Tbl i ia
oboul all I'n Ident Sojen will pay '.or ihm,
and tho Inoreailo iii salury will hardly pay
Smith's expenses of removing lo boston. I
Tiorntm lin:* nc ....'ted tho termsof tho Now
i York elah, but hun not yoi signed. Ho says
that rut her than tenvotbo Now York club
bo would plaj for ?J 1,000 le*? than ho could I
Brooklyn will have three big threes this
year: Cnruthcrs, Bulliong mid Foul/., of St.
L- nis; D. O'Hrion, Orr uiid llnd?onl, of tho ;
Muts, and Suuth, Torry1 n.ud I'incknoy, of
j tho binna club.
Atlaiiti lias declined to go Into tim Routh?
?ern league, which loaves ont Chattanooga,
j un-! tho leo no will lio ?.ovo?...I of four
j oilier! Birmingham, Now Orleans, Cha rios-1
i '.o.:, >"-.. C., anti Memphis.
Slattery, who will >:..:% !...*? i for tho
Now york leant t.?_t. was abono
l.'tno ibo elm . ia umateur high juniper of
? Massachusetts. Slattery is .? riinuorof no ,
I moan ability, nial ban a ICO yard record ul
I iO 'j-ooscs.
Smiling Mickey Welch, of tho New York
I chili, who is now at llo:\o!;... r,?;'i?- .; m ?I?KT .
eon linn or deny ?ho report ilia! li- \-. il?i not
sign. If-.- .nd bo had until March lo con-1
shier t'. . matter and bis >i .? tision would tin :i
? IKJ mad . ?.. .dit*.
Hurry Wright thinks Billy Sunday will
strengthen ibo I'ilt.slang maa ia Ivnso run
liing, llotiitys: ''They tall! about tho little
fellow not got tl II j; ?1 go ml start o!f firsi base,
but h > mn tinges io gol to Hoeoud lioforo ibo
?bai!. I think be ia one of ti:-? best Ixiso rim
nerti in tko League. And in tho Hold-well,
be clulllt'OS c. ?.'1'} ihlllg."
SPORTINO Ar.D ATHLETIC,
J. II. I ?aggi u dec! i m ito Kell Jockey il.nu
il ton' i role.x-o to ( 'apt. brown.
A big trolling mooting, s>i'h ?30,00.) in
pur: ? -., . talked pf tor belmont park hi Sc|>
Churlos Marvin sitys (lint tho Palo Altu
: coll i will not como east next season, hut next
, year la- >.:.;. . 'la lo Lr .... on a string dint Will
; do en dil to California.
I \ Mahio brooding concern lins offered .-""??,
000 for Ibo California bin I lion Ois} \\ l!?< .
. '!'!:'! o'h r was li:-.-1 uc'ccpti d ; K I theil ii I ii il.
' The OWI!' ; ; ?Ow placo the VIll?i at ??>>,'.'I'U.
Dna Daly, of sst. Lian's, bas rocciveda lot
; ter from Iko Weir, tho "'Spider,1 who is now
nt Mt) . polis. Wo! r tiny n bo contemplates
' u trip til Lon'., lui li :i i uio tilth', and
wants t ) know if il. .:? i i. n 120-pound mau in
] St. Lon:-; uitU whom bo could nrrango a
' sparl ing match.
A lotterhtis boon received from Jodio Kil
ruin In which bo kays bo is \?i il ph* cally
anti doing remarkably well financially. Hu
? further says bo Will return to Ballimore m
April, mill r that hil singlo seuil,
! willoh is nowat tho Ari 1 boathouse, Spring
! Carden, L - pul i:> ord? .". it? hO wuntfl t .? | ruo?
tico rowing tliia?iitum ...
Friar's Hallam ls still a red hoi favori to foi'
' ttio Hugli li D rby, onl} a/to i Ising i 1
Sgaiu^t >??' h wiitin tin II .. i?? favor is Orbit
tu Mo I. Friar's'Balsam : .boni lliestroiig*
?.:.. favoris ? over 'known io.-tho Khglisb rneO
1 itt liiis tinto of the year, nn<l tho gi nomi
1 opinion is that nothing nliort of an accident
! rah bring about his def* at.
HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
Itt towing and winding carpet ragsd lublo
them with tho righi Jdo up.
I Clothespins b Hod a f<".v minutes and
Quickly dried onOeor twice a month becomo
moro ilurabl -.
Nice table ?loths a? 1 napkin ??' : l uof bo
a)lowO*l to liccomo much willed, no thal fchoy
wiil rep ii rn vigor?..i:. rubbing with soap or
in bot vrtttor.
Bronco may IH< renovated i>.;id recolored by
miling ono part of muriatic acid and two
puru of wsteri freo tim article from "ii
I groote and ?hi t, and apply tho dilu? d acid
j wiui a Cloth; when dry polhill Willi owoot
To tako rait out o? utool rul> tho ?toel with
?wool oil; ia a day or two rub with ll nely
powila.xt tui-tli-^iKl. 1114-e uut^ tl.?* ru^ ail
ui it.tmmmmmmnmimII UL i.r??iwjrr?m-^nT,rjagiB
(1i*appcurH, then oil again, roll in woolan
and put in a dry place, especially if it bu
Tho littlo white worms which souietiines
inako tho earth in a plant jar loo..- as ir ii wus
olivo, can bo driven out by stopping tho Lob)
ti tho bottom of tli?> jar and covering tho
firth with water in winch you hu vo dissolved
* littlo limo. I .et thia btaud Tor bovcrnl
Lours, and it is not likely that you Will In?
troubled with th? worms uuy more.-New
York M:iil and fispruss.
Mr. Moody will not goto tho Pocilio const
thia sonson, as wmi cxt>cctcd.
Tho Unglish Church union has established
a''yearly celebration" (o? t ii?- eummitiiion)
for ita deceased mumliers.
The receipts of thu A. ll. C. V. M. for tho
t?l'Kt four laonih., . ? * ho tlscal year aro
$AU,(K)0 moro than for tho corresponding
period ?asl year.
EXIT. . jAMcs G. ? CAINE?
What Our Democratic lirotliron 'lion!: of
tl IN \1 li hilra wnl.
Wo see no particular reason fordeclln*
in? to a<-<\-pt thc loller '.rom James li.
Ulallie, I w ritten in good faith, lt can.
of course, ho said ilia: ho commits himself
lo unthill", more positive Ullin thc Ult
iiouticciticiit that hi, 'unme will not, willi
hin cousent, bu presented tu thu nominal
lug convention and Carefullj refraiiiK
from notifying the party that he would
not in any event accept. Hui with every
allowance 111 ado for 1 nell eviisiveness, UH
well as tor Mr. Blaine's notorious habit of.
saying one thing and meaniiig another,
wcaro disposed tn regard thu letter an
Heal. This conclusion Wo havo the less
(tilllcully -a reaching he? au ie we are cbn*
v I need that Mr. Ulallie would bo defeateil
if nominated, and that he is himself per
snailed to til- same effect. - Urooklyn
V. hy DIM Do ! : ?
Why did he do it.' l iiere will bo many
theories explaining it. prompted by ad
miration and antagonism both,. nd muong
them probably ur. :
1'ir. i- Ile was tired. Ho hud oxperl
enced tho (jfear?ul strain ol* oho' exciting
canvass, and il bail told heavily on him.
and ?ie ne ?trusted th" ability of his phjT
i quo to carry him through ano'her.
Second-He was af raid ho couldn't go*"
tho nomination. To Itu\ . been a candi"'
date once and thoa to apocar in thu sue?
coed lng convention and lal beaten would
tie .1 fearful blow to a statesman's dig
nity, which Mr. Ilia,ne is unwilling to
Third--Ho was afr;,M that If nominated
li?' woul 1 i e beaten. That had IKJOU his
1 ,t . once and he shrank from ii aguin.
N'"\v York KvetiingSuv
Tho Desi '1 liing 1 ,:' " hil.
lt has taken Mr. Uh 110 some tim? lo
read aright the les ?oft of i!n> late election
In tilts pivotal ?late, and to acknowledge
ihr. futility of bis candidacy, li :! bu has
don :l itt last.
Tl . rCiuuits heretofore given by The
Wo. ld why tho Lcpitbllcuiis would not ro
nomlnale Mr. Ulallie were not m ci pied
by 1!. . .'shootors" of the party. Mr.
Ulai n c*'. Paris "mes;?ngo" prove 1 that 'rn
lilmself was disposed to deny I heir force.
Um ii.? logic of tho situation has proved
too stroll!" for him, and ho withdraws
from ii:" ih lil.
li is tho wi '?.intof his political career?
- Nev. Yo.-!; Kveiling World.
Wlml it I nil leite*.
The loiter i-; apparently a peremptory
dc I -..ali'.n of tho bom * of lea . ; a for
1 rn hope, hut the manlier 111 Which Mr.
Jones gives it to Lho pre s, un i then fusid
to say v.h.-a Mr. Uliban will do if his
friend.? insist on hi; nomination, ?cciu to
indicate that though Hui maga : u mau
from Maine is in retreat, ho ba.i n ?t burned
t??" bridge behind him.-St. Louis Kepub
Wi ll, M iy De.
Tho esteemed Tribuno reluctantly ac
cepts Mr Liable1* letter of withdrawal.
Cuiubig from Mr. Ulai no's Organ this is
?ignillcant. Hoes lt mean tba tho work
of coaxing, c iirttnct natl bagging Mr.
p.:to bo a cutidldni? ls to bu luau ?*
unitedr-Xew York World.
Knew AU About lt.
Sonni >..' Sherman saj . that ho know all
tho whiL thai Mr. Ilbilna would ito! bo a
candidato, and it Wits UpOn tills theory
Hint ho permitted Ida wisln s ::i tho direc
tion of tho prcsklopcy lo > before tho
count rv Pound, far seeing John!-Now
Yt i i; World.
I'M l*. B. Mi?y Como Too X.slo.
Mr. Llalli" neglected to nth! a post icrlpt
lolling whether or not bo would dec line
Ki ace pt if lho itomlnii lou woi'fi 1 n'ced
upon hu i. Mr. Jones, in an Intcri'loW,
a io evades Ibis quest loti,-Cincinnati tOa
(J ll i 1er.
There will bo mnnyr Republican candi
dato who will rend Ulahio's letter with
feelings of Joy. And none will ho moro
h ipeful than one John :? ?icruian, i f Ohio?
- Philadelphia Times.
It ls plain that Mr. Dlalue has made up
bl.? mind that he caunofc bo again nomi*
o dod for pi.- [dent, au ! thnt if nominated
be CaiUlOtbo elected.- -New York World.
Mr. Tti:i!niVs letter of declination will
bo acceptod at tts face value. Ile evi
dently inoay* what he says. -Ney Voj"k