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EA H 1865. NEEI Y. S. C., lRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899. TWICE A WEEK.1.5 A Y A
THE COUNTRY NEGRO.
WEIAT Hi HKALLY IS ON SOUTIKERNh
PLA N TAT IONS.
Meoro Iiettly lCespPet,ed Lthan his lrethrtt
lit Vie Uolles-L.ko. to Work and Likes
to i.oaf-A Olkind Mnutnilly, Though
a A11 PlayAaally-Caumeti of Law
(1roim the New York Cominercial.
A man has to go down into the
heart of tihe South and soo the no 'ro
in the little villages and -n the plan
tatiou as awell as in the citios to got
a true estimate of his charactor--to
kiiow really what he is. The groat
majority of thoso living north of
Maryland are either in the profes.
sions or are waiters, coachmen or
serving in somne other monial capac.
it.y. Few have any trado except as
barbers, aud a colored farm hand is
a rarity. Though the civil war
ended thirty years ago, only about 7
per cent. havo drifted away from the
South, 1n( tie ma111j'rity of theso have
whita) hlood inl thwir veins. Over 5,
001,000 or thre fourths of the race,
in the Uuitel States, tro in the rural
districts of the Southern States.
They includo the "country niggert;,"
as called in this part of the country,
and ire prineipally full-blooded
To he called a "country nigger" is
really a compliment, for the respect
able white population believe that
the colored farmer or farm labor is
the hwst of all. They say that there
is less "doviltry" for "cussedness"
al)out, hiiii thai his brethren. True,
hie m11ay think it. 110 8in to hlp him
self to corn or fruit, or sometimlos i
chicken or so, from his eiployr or
his ivighbor's place, but such thefts
are vIy little Ihought of so long as
hi do,s not hing worse. The native
farmers in the Carolinas or the Guilf
States, f.r instance, realize that tho
negro is a child of nature. In thc
fild or forest lie feels at home, and
is happy. When lhe is happy lie
sings or tries to sing. And the more
he sings the harder lie works and
lights. Aiy one who has over soon a
st-eaonr loaded at a Southern wharf
by the roustabouts knows this to be
true, and the colored soldiers who
went up the hill at San Juan showed
how1 music makes them light.
Tho "country nigger" is up almost
with the sun in the warm season. He
eats his breakfast of Western ham or
bacon, perhaps a fish from the neigh
boring Iiver. Corn pono and a
draught of coffee, mado from burned
ponanuts, or poussibly a mixture of
stufIfs he gels at thle store for ton or
li f.et on11 cns a pound, comnpletes the
mieal. O11lie goes toe the corn field1,
fru.t farmi or garden p)atch), twvo or
three ilesi' awvay, to .work until nloon1
in the heat of a sun that wouild
striike the Irish or German 1hand( on1
a Nort.hern farm sonsoLloss in an hour
or two. Sometimes the sun gets a
little 104) hot in the long July or Au
gust (day3; thou the noon rest is longer
and he works later in the dus1k of the
eveinui. But, as a rule, the heat
agrees wvith him, as it did with his
Africatn auncostor-s. Hoe feel1s the
chill wind more than the most (deli
catoe cit.y woman at the North, tolughi
atnd robust as heoappears. It is a
common sight for the '"boss" on
some of t-lie Southern p)lanitat ions tc
run across a field hand sprawled on
hiis back fast asleep, with the sni
shiin g directly3 on hiis face, though
the mercu ry may b)e above 90 in thc
shade. Sometimes he sleeps wvhen
he should be at work--if lie thinks
the boss is not liable to come around(
for he does niot consider it a crime tc
''loaf" whenever he can get a chance.
TIhe (day's work at an end, he conies
b)ack to his cabini, eats his supper
which is about the same as breakfast
goes over to) 800 aomol( of his nieigh
bors, or they come to see him i, and
all have a smoke and1( talk, which us
nully nnius in more or less Singing.
Hi-s boinsohol,l is abodl by3 9 o'clock,
unless there's a plani a foot to add tc
the faimniy supply of food or foddm
fronm somle one0's hen roost , garden 01
Outside orf the evening rereationi
the Sonday church -guinug, thle camr
meet ing) and( t he store compliet t h<
round of his l)leasuires. He goei
every Saturday night to get his wpek's
supplies and to pay in most of his
week's wages. Ioro Io picks lp all
the gossip of the nighborhood, tells
what little ho knowm and finally
shoulders his load of groceries or
ties them in front of him on Iis mulo
and starts homeward. He will go
ton miles on Suldiay to church, mak
ing a wholo iny of it-- lot.I hat he
cares about or realies tle ruligiAs
part it, but hocalso Io Ienets others
and has social intercourse, for the
samne reason lie will start, for camp
meeting perhaps at. a tinio when his
little field needs cultivating, or the
crop of his employer is ready to har
vest. That cuts iio figure With him.
lIo cani give n1o sensiblo reason for
ieglecting his duties. Tho store,
the churcih, the cainp meeting amus
an(d interest him. He rarely thinls
of the hat vest ruin (I by his neglect.
li) knows ho0 ma1y be dischlarged by
his emliployer, but that seldom influi
PnCO himu. Tho t houiglit of saving
i) f.)r the fitiro never eiters his
head. If he has vioigh for today
he is contented. Worrying is un
known to him. Tlhe average farm
hand does not get a dolar a diy in
wages, though lie may have a family
of half i dozw childrin. Sometimes
he rtceives $2 to :3 a week in money
an(l the rest Im supplies from his om.
ployer. Yet on this sii lhe and his
household have enol I to (.uit with
what they raise from their own gar
dei patch, are seldom ill tand when
not influenced to become discontented
are satistieti with tl-i ir lot---provided
they aro not har-hly treated, and
have confidence ill their oiployer.
As already stated the negro in the
irral districts of tIe South is a child
mentilly ink tlt) ma111 jor-ity, of Cases, aIl.
though a ma1,11I physically. li. reasotins
as a child and ha-s the simplicity of
one-when he is not 1 corrupled. If
he trusts a White mitan lie will b
liove in ev rythiig the latter says or
does. If he ldoulbts him in one t ing
lhe doubts him in all. lis physical
growth devolop4 his animal traits to
a much greater degree than in the
educated white man, for the lattor's
strength of mind keeps in ch-ck thos
passios tliat havo nlot, boen retarded
in their growth by odication, for the
averago country negro has had only
the smattering of a "schooling," if
any at a1ll. Under these circum
stances he is Very siscoptible to in
fluence of every kind. That of n
ture benefits him, and his life amid
natural surroundiigs 1ends to make
him fairly industrious, peacolblo and
contentetd. Btt tian's in I ltence ont
hitm is frequently for the worse'.
Thte SouthI is culrst't with two
classes w!'o are largely res. on.sible for
much of the lawlt-ssness thait hia.
pvaletd. They are t it' "wihiito
trash'' and the "lo1w (down niiggers,'"
to use thie tearmis applied by the
darikies thlemtselves. Tue "whit e
trash'' are wVorse than11 the black.
They are outcasts of society, lazy,
vicious aind natural (enemiies of the re
spectable indlustrtiouis classes of
either color. A "lowv down nigger''
is the scum tof the colored race, al
though he is freq uently a mu lat.to or
quadroon. While all liat is animal
in hiis naltutre hats been developed to
the utmiost, he hias lost the aim plicity
anid ignorant innIocence of the fitrim
hand through associat ion with thli
degraded whites and negroes, ittid is
practically a humatn beiist. This is
a strong term, but it is not in the
least overdlrawn. So net imois lie in
hierits a part of his~ wickedn('ss from
a dlepraived1 whit.o father or, at times
a black fat her and1( whiito mnother.
Somne of the wht itts imauke them mtore
eliect ive for evil as t hey chini use
their initelligenice ini i nfluneinig the
negroes for their own ends. Manny of
the most, shock inig ci ries emminit ted
in thle SoothI can he t racd( to their
t.ruly dlevi lish detsignts. TIhe(y know
the negro's weakness, anti as ml
of them halve grudges against their
betters of the same c'olor, tmako the
ignorant black a too)l to wvork their
They know that if they can once
g t him to dlistrust. his t'mpjloyer or
his neighbor, or to believe thatt thle
latter has deceived or wvrongetd him,
they can aroiuse all It' an imal part
of his dispoit ion. In hi.. ,liao fr.
revenguco be haH no conception at anty
timje of tho sitcrtdless o. viil of
human life or honor. 1llo does not
retliZo t.h n >rMity of mutrder.
Morally ho is ats sinple, inl iliost inl.
stlices, IiH lie is liteltially a i hc,ild.
110 Cln be ilielted to crimo 11as 1 sily
as it child----but lins tho st reogti of i
imitn to accomplish his pilrpose. It"
is too nu1ch of 0-o utinil to appr-44
ciatte horror or repulsivenes'l, and
does not shrink from dotails of critn
it which ( vel the hardenled whito
mnll, who is intelligent. enough to r
alizo them, recoils. The punishment
inflicted on others through the rope
and tho rifle he well knows, anild, af
tor tho commission of tho doed ho
comes it fugitive, issociitiig witlh
the worst of his race, ald peralips
with Ia fow of tho "whito trash."
Thus ho becolles lin adlition to the
irmy o theso Wrotcevs who ire a
C011 tant mnc 1111C(I ill It l mln' par1-tH of
the South to the respectablo (ill
mnts, bo(thl whito ai' black. Of
course, criime is liot always (.h10 re
stilt of ilho infiluellce of vicious Whi!es
11pon tho ignorant negroes. T1hev
latter, like chil dren, 1111 become
sulspiciols it It trillilhug O(CurrMCe.
Many tinws they are iod tocommiit,
crillo by imliginaury grieviances and
by the rguments of their own rel
itivs, disrogarding the consequenl.
ces its much s t.hey disregard the
(ama11fige to tht 1' crops, causod by their
trip to tte camp meeting, andl(] reform
is practically mnkiown. Most of the
criminails koop away from civilization
its iuch as possiblo. They know
lh restii. of cliptulro nld thAt pro
fes.,iois of pollitelice will aliotunt 1o
littl or nothing. So t11)y keep Oil
froi bad to worso.
Probabl' n1o fitrmir in the Souh,
whother a ittive or onev of tho thoii.
sinlds of Northern settlers inl these
States, would ad i it that it. is the
right thing to shoot. or hang a man
without i legal trial, Imt hero is the
argul ment they use inl most insiane11s:
WO havI Irof thait, this manit11 C0111
iiit.t((d 010 crimh1e. Th(lero is no Juldgo
within thirty or forty m11ilvs. W,e
cannot turn him over to th sheriff
w it hout travollng to - , w hich
WOUld requir, fully two days. This
fellow's friends may shoot. ts down
from iny thicket aid reso him.
If We mai11ke up1) at strfoig enloul"gh par
ty to (efelld onrsevt'es itlI keop him
from being libe'ratted somo of Us must
lenvo Our honlso-4 un1protected anld
Crim10o IN'y bi his 101Wpt0d byj' 01thers
boforo We e cl pnt him ill jitil anld gt
back. I1( 11ay oit bo tried for it
yeari anid thien gett off withIoult his
jIust deserts. So, w ithotut the for
ias at wairing to t he rest of his5 kinid
farmnor inii ai ulIirel o'vet got's to
towin withtott it pist ol ill his pIocke(t
or ai gun ini his wtagoi bIox. M'tost (If
thom) knlow thait it firealrm aliways
stanlds loaed nea4ir his (ront. door andi(
thait he ii. 04ontinuallty onl guitrd to
prtot.ect himisel f anid famli'yv fromt
dont11 b or wVorse ibant dtent hi.
It is not1 ai n~w cuIstoml to himn.
Whent'i t ('0unty is so sparsi'ly set -
tied t hat it sherli' or constab114 le may
oultkirts of e'very' farmi viilg cani
be( fouid blac1k and1( white who wvould
think nIothIinIg of a mturdler for 2o> or
50) cents this is it coldt fact --they
feel t.hait so4 C.proserv tat ioln is thle first
laiw of ntu re and1 qutick( punhishmen(it
is t11h4 host waI'rig.
Shako :to, You. ...r shm-a,
Alnt ti's Foot. Eitse, ia powder' for'
smatifng, nIervouis feet iand inistan t ly
tak's the sting out. (It orris aitd(
bnnions11. It's the1( grea4itest (comfort
dtiscoverty of the1( aig. A lIen's l"oot.
Easo54 make1(4s tigt t 01now't shoes feel
eitsy. Try it today. Sol by allt
dIruggists, groce4rs, shoe s4tores' andl(
genei(ratt storekeepers every'where.
J'Il mail fr, 25 ets. in stinps. Tr'iatl
palc.kkg(It FI?1F. Add iiress, Allil S
01lmsted, Loll Ioy, N. Y.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ignalnro of /
-ra111 NPAw GovraNmoc.
Giesta IVi ee hu1t11MeNse1 lot t-.101 Ex4.-'catIve
flite--Soe ' .e te-am ie IIIa" Ievtel-ttci
Willbaan 14.m- Well Again Apply
For III" Old tJoh-I0r.t A lp int
1a1vit A l1.4 '11n41day.
(Columbil t ecord, (th.)
Govorlnor MeSWweny wia at tho
GoverLIor' 110 io during the dy,
an11d .4e1ewda inU 1111101u at aMSe (an(I
holnm lui if h 11hdil beenk nlsod to it.
1141 and Privitto Secretary Aull wero
011gagel mo11st of tho day in looking
over t heo cu rospondence, which wis
Mlany of tio l 1ters woro of i
COlgrnt ili( I N clitrter, 1 but som1
w(r11 on11 bIuI1Sss of sitte.
Evory little firo anlid every littlo
robbory committod inl the Stato calls
for a lotter aking that a coward bo
oil'ored for the criiiinals. Tho nlow
exomitive w.'.8 - overwh .Invd With
suchl atppIlica. ionls, but, hic has adopted
it good plIan ond tha. is lt to act
upon themil un10il ho h)-s investlizatod
t holm, and them way b' ha :itiaopt od
Will h to giienvrally leer thm to
theo county dele"ation.
Amomg im congrattilatory let ters
Wits a VveryN iev one from Mr. Feth
orstotto of Laureis. It,% stattod that.
hot ) oet a good l administration
ant(] promi se to aid the Governor
to tho extont of his powor. Ito also
congratllbild th o (overnor oil Cho
selctiol of Sch it good mn11t as Pri
Another amne from Rev. A. C.
Walker, of Batesburg, formorly Gov
ornor Mcesweenloy's pastur, wishled
tho admitmstration s1ccosm and tho
Stato t solasonl of progross ald pros
pority under it.
Another conwos from Mayor Smyth,
of Chiarloste\L), who mxpresses tho do
siro tiat tho plaint.nillitions which
Iivo always vxisted het e h t il
s1ll not only contiinl. but griw
Thon follows many othors from
nowspaper mnen1 and pILrS011a frieils.
Privato Secrotary Ail, as already
sta11tod, is it Work. This will not
itterfore with M1. Evins ontinuiiig
ats Privato Secretary for the t.imo
11180. Th110 Govlrnllor rightly fools
Mta manyI) thinl'S and14 lettvrs (-on
nocted with tho late (1ovornor's ad.
miistration will iavo to b atlionieod
to by someo oneo familiar with th
mattors ill quostion.
Thoro havl bovin momo u11111ors toI
tho offoct that I Ueclo William Itoso
W oild b reippoi'ed wilisonger.
Govern1or MeS 'eenlov said that bo
hand givln that nmat ter lit ti consil
(rattionl yet. Uncio W~;iliacan putl 11
in 1 hill appltioln, wh)ich Iwill be0 conf
sidlered a1lon)g wVithI any oither' s.
Someo time14 ago thle Secreta1ry of
Stato.1 ordlered a new seal an sih IIo co.
inicidlencO oc'Curr'ed t his nmrneineg t hat
thle iirst doenet it.V uns p)lacOed on1
wVas the aepioinitmient. of J. i' Carter
as8 Supervi8mT of Reogistrat ioui of Ilean
fort CJounIty. This wias the first up
poinltm1ent11 of GJoverenor McSwtIoIlnov
wheich requi"~red( theo sel .
I N fore GovlernrIl i , Elh-rbe's da1t h,
Mr. W. Boyd E~vanis andi Judge (C.
P'. TJowntseind were app 4int1ed by
hliml as a1gents to clec. thy fcunds
wh lich might be du 114oh14lie rs of the
Stato. Th;ls matte1 r has1 neot, yet.
been1 o)fliciallly callied IC) Govoernor
M cSweene3y's attcent ionc, but.I he ostated0(
toa)eIy I hat ho wVouldC cor;tianuo the(
,ue a 14 e4l..
Say3s an1('C x Iege: "Ti'Irdl11) not ."'
Lave'ry 4d itor1.111 has rceiv ed themi. Tihe
pos81imu'steor is 11411 to1 blcame. i"re ini
o)f-w(4l ITimi Sheor, whor senit 118
thre 1 noti110 oE ) st op his )1 paper; ho dl(id
110t wanit it, ancy longer. W wVole
dlered whatl was Ithe 11natter. Upon01
ieest igatiing the4 subswrip'tin huoks
we foundee T1'un wais shoret M2. o. lie
has1 never palid ia 00ent and1 y,t hie
htopphed his paiper as8 a1 mat1 ter of
eCConomily 1to u1. A fe'w e'vein rgs atgo
we stepped01 intoC th1e chulrch and1( TIiim's
mlod4)4eonls Ienor)i ranig onit 10oud and1(
clearn ill tha t soul1 st irrig soing "'Jo
ues P'aied It All."' The next dlil wo)
scent h ime : r4eeipt. ill full, begging
hi. lureIon feer nte, li<nwing he4 had1
madl an11 51111'4igne t o01.f his Iliabilities
tn 1.h11e1 orrl "
IHOTIN(i AFFRAY IN -S(104105.''
I)elmotv'h Charge-d WV It hk %V41111n1lng l4 )MMR1n
Ihtngv.e-rt,ly soid Shoting Ai lher.
W h es t I ilk ICy44 It tie'lyp
btrg, It, I i trea1 t.
(Special to Nows and Courivr.)
Saida, J u 4-.-A shootiiig affitir
took plae last. night. jist, after dark
itn "Sodom,'' its tilh, svetion of conlit rv
throo mliles w(est. of Sialudi is known,
inl Which "Mius" D)eLmlech, "Btill"
Gillion and "Dolph" Jones figured.
All aro whito mon. Jote is itn 'x.
Confederato sohlier, living losi. -n
eye it G ittysbi,rg. Do aitch did a1l
tho shoo ing and used it -1 I Calibre
Smit h & Wes-cin. G illion is dangor-.
0s181y wounidod, tle ball ha11vimg ei
tored tho tIemple, niiging inward mwll
coming( ou1t. in t ho rair A, thbo left mar.
Joneos rectlivedl it flesh wounld i) tie
loft broast, thll bullot enitliing nerO 8
iilar tlwt nipph.Ile tid loriging inl tihl'
mu11selvo of theto right. aril.
Whiikvy, it is siaid, wsi it( tho hot.
toi of tht Iroitble. One stor is
!itbt DeLoach had vnton tuppor it
Gillic .'m aftri whiih ioy shilttod
over tc, a n ighboring ho4s. J ones
followedi shortly 1afterward, bu)t wits
ordered baek by I)e ontol.
Ito rofusId to go, aid DoLoach
drew h1 is pistol itn1d siid to himi :
"You Akint." Joneos roplied th-.-.t. hil
was not. usftd to "Skilning" and
diti t. proposo to "skil" now, whiero.
uipoll DI.Loacl firod.
Orillion protosted that )oloelc
Olght not, to Iavo Shot so old it ia ats
Joneos, whervat heo exclaimid: "D)--1
you; I'll 81400. yOu, too,' aid fired.
DoLoach's story, a1s givoln by his
fathevr, is (ilito differmnt. 11o Hays
that aift.or vating sulppor al Gillion's
tiloy started ovor to Davo A ttaway's.
Whln SM1om distIIC 11up the Ioa1 DO
Loaci loked back itimInland saw Joes
slippinag 1wito1 Nvilh tim opoil kinifo inl
inl his luand, anltd that ho sail to him:
"if you laro going wit us como u11p
inl Ilho Crowd, nild don't, bo Snaking
along behllind." At. this jiicture,
Gillionl, so tho story rns, grabbed
DeLoacleh and told 4J011s to clit. and
to cut fist, anid th att ho (Dlolch)
jerkod l"ose, pullod his pistol anld
firod first it Joles 'id thon it Gil
lion. 'I'loro had iovoi boeil any
troublin betweIon tho parties. A war.
rant wavi today ob(tainimd for DoLoav.S,,
wio(, 1 is said, is sti." it I- iiar
This DoLoach is it oldeor brothor
or yoig j)eIi,oach who o diigor
01181 ' cut young Prico liolit. hre
A fi'tieuti fol lowed by43 som11- 81 oot
ing' lsoti occaredI ini t ho smu seotion'
3y(st erday evenin g b(et ween~ Jimi Stnid
ham11 and'. Ben Bla tonl. Ilibto14, whIo
is a brother of 114( well-kinowna con.4
st able whomt linzzard kiiled, anid
St idIhamli wo(re 'aavmg at re4guilar ol
fatshiioned "Iist. andii 8sku1l" of it. wvith
th4e (IchiIs atgains4t the l at ter. ,Jim
Lewis, who wats stani ling by , polled
litatoni oif andci when Stiidhama atroso
144 dIrow~ his "gun"1 i' andii clonunencedl
"'skinnedl,'' to use4 it Soidom phrase84,
aiinIl allthee of Si idham'es shots went
wi.le of 1 he ir maii k.
As soon at- slattoun got homel ho
atrmied himiiself arul rotornerod t.o i.ho
8s0140 or c5Fihonlc, (opened( firot on Stid.
11a411, whlo 140w took Iiis t.un a t, "sk ii.
(ing,"' itndt atlso. esHcapd unihurit.
Thlis is thle itd vice whiichi the Neow
Yeork IPress g ies to at youn Ig man11
whlo waunit.ed to kniow how t) iinrease
height, by 8 iniches:
"in t he firi't place,~414 . out b its. Thei (y
have 11n u pwarid inclinaition, and4( we
ohbse'rvt' that thIe gianti s of M ine44,
whlo live ahniost wvhioly on thlemo,
dion' caonre at rap1 whlet her thei'tr pa r.
('nts are( long or shlort. Pe'ople who
live onl turnips, th lbroad1te f!'i varie'ty,
genera'il ly 1)1rtIaki' of the( n ature n of
I ht. wvat ory rool --thiey becmoj ro
tundi ande dlrop)iical, If beantsi do
niot ide yonr stturen( tr*y tying at
ciannron batll to eachi ankle, anid when
you sleep i hold to then head1(1boarid
wvith yonnu hans and( 14 lie weoights
swinig ove4r 1th( foot. i e( down at
greatt d(l(41. Sleep oni thle simaill of
you r bac1k onl ia lhnoriontal banr.'"
Bears the Ilt0 Kind You have Always Bought
STA 1'11 0 FF iI1A LS ACT.
IR,uul uttun44M Au 51144teel iiphun th is i i Uf
W ill. 11. It -b
Mlondait fter-noonl i meetinlg of
he Stato house olliciails was beli fit
h)" clPitol inl le olfliev of the Attor.
14oy (eieral aind Ile followiig rk'so
it oil in rogrd to the doith of
lov. I IlIerh w)11 Nero 11nanilimou-,)y
Whereas 1111dr I ho inl-erltit iblo
)oVidolco of ( od, t he alifu of dvath
u is strickenl fromn r 4111 hiidst. ( 'ov.
Xilliaful 11. ilrel 1, ainld e11 reas w-.-v
lowV inl humblh1 slibmlis'i'n to thlt do
'r110 of mur Grheat. Cri-almr, hw it,
kvsolvo<l, iir-,t 1111 ill th
loldh of Gov. IAlivrho (Ile Stiato of
iout-.h Car-ollilit "lustiins t'l sad loss
>f at volnscientioll., ail feild ss (hris
isil gt,lln ltla as her chief4 ma11gis
Stwond1it 1 -Tha as 1 ilizoln, Ilmlanitid,
ait.hr frivind, atid public offieerl, hit
xlibiit: d of I hw h o Illo rui 1,14
it,[ ill his doe v t t to the lidu t ( ivs of
I s ollivo duin h1 i 1.41 Ills lm ig Struggle
tinlst. dolath had tho symlpaithy anld
Ldmir-alionl of tho wh% State.
Tiri l-d-- -Tillit. Its his oIlivil sHo
-inltvs, wo r-vmli-1hor his friondhhil
Iud deploro his dth,11 anid inl deop.
%t.Horrow extond to thosil who were
101re.,. alkd doltrost to his bomirt ourl
wrofouidost, regret. aid sy mpat iiy.
Fouri --Thm a I beso rsolit ions
0 piblishod inl the daily piper
tid t eopy be hongrossod and svit to
W. It. TimInmornm,l
Stit Io O suir.
M1. R). Coopmr,
seo tarsl- of Stath..
(O mlptr(dllir (G1n4 rl.1
J). W. Filoyd,
Adj. aid lsip). Gln.
8uYt. of itcut ion.
(t4''I.1) i . h eir llinger,4 14 S 14
1114, W REl. M AIN.
1'r t l MS tVrk t M at i I temnnIit Aswo II er
(The Stale, (10b.)
lr'. W. Ioyd vikS, Who Wa S 1r1-1
val'o mecretairy to (Gov. I-Alm-rbo, hafs
df lorol 144m d t to min wViOh (iov. Me
swevnwy for, Oo mmnth. Mr,..vn
114a1ys,i herv irf ilmoy Ihings tti m
minl hto of reail 11sistul w Ito 11i1 now
Gov ror-1. o ill 111411ill 114 hlo ik 1.
irs111 or turniig ovvr eve(rythei--g in,
bvhltf f111 t1o <h1-1d (Im4vernor illjIi Ist,
--I s f h- l ( llo says hI coni<b.rs
i544 t 1.dul e ;(wes to t h( l1(iIlat Ge r
lweeget Ii. llioiit. talu iir r
rlomar le he sumho in or. 1 la o asBhp
Bto ealetr eur oClubai
aw at N4.heSot CI11Saolia.lee
B e srs. . Ib ind Y1OU 4ay A|WayS1 80U'frl
Well-Known ( Vo11nn >444 ii willnar the tol --
(ol i T h S'1411tat(If 4 h. ) .1
I ossrs. E . giinn4 'Io , jiutiig~ l'4.iing1 11444r
rit, bItworiI 4lnerge f youn4 .wn Ifrom14
iri o peoDe l <et io of try 114 St at1
pape at. Clinton.48 114 1t is.1 to ho4 knon
as th lin'to Newi~ s ndEwl bei po111
hshedt woehly.i1I 44 Air.8 S.* IIrank E r
ro11.1(. i14 a gra 14a1 111 of t e (11 . 444(21.
- he lih wi.h I 444cond Sout b444 Caro
in ditoral ebargo of44 the4 14ndopon '
<h-ntd I*.. ublic of ( ll (4ory. J'ro, wil
JUSTICE AT L %r.
tiumi 1 -yic's oan of (Ioueram. Wo.)ler's
lavna, Jiuno 5. --A diapatch fj omn
Si Antonio do Los Banos says that
Joso Lhirvgitt, it notoriousi agent of
(I'iMora1l Wvyltr, who outragod do
fmeciless womni and killod children,
arrived her yesterday. II is uppol,ar
Ino wa1 t Im signal for It."gItiherilig
or r-la1tivvS and111 frimids of thomo
whom lie forimerly persecuted. Tho
vxvilnmant contintid tirongliout the
day1% an11d into last Iight.
About midnight it crowd stiur
roildd tho holuo w1here ho wits
1t11 b-gan to threaton Ihimi. flo it
tilpil( to (Iscilpo and Oin meeting
tho domistritors, vilptiod li re
Volvmr, %wouiidiig two porsions.
'Ti4, crowclos d in ind captlred
him, miI ht was liyched on the pub
lie SIilumr. The anxiety following
Ih1 vxvitemwnt. caulsm]d it comiittoo
of imirsto) comlo to Halvanail
)-tordity to at.k tho illterftllneo of
inel ('lBrooko. 1144 Could not 141
coIv(% them b(efo t Il to l 10t 1 hour of t.ho
evintg, Iu he readily ofored to
hOl(d it dmitchimit of Amorican sol
dimrs ) t1 le town. 1Thel colilluttee,
which lft San Antonio bofore tho
ynwhing', Mretilridm to find Labregat
Many h urgltrids havo boon com
Imlittel recen(.itly ill t114 hotels, stores
InI privat hoistis liero auid the
polio beliovw ti orgainized hanld of
Anmian crotks is at work.
Generlmal lzhmlghl Llo ha11 Honit
throo troops of (th( Stovith cavillry
t') Sconr tho provilneIs of Havalli
an1d Pinar do io aind wiqualds of tenl,
fiftv(n and hwonity 111mn, With pro.
vittimns lor ton days, ar visiting the
sll (owns a, night .
Wiln grip attaicks at porson of
ner1Volus tmilpm-ranwnmt, thoro is
11811111N it grtitt dop rssioll of spirits,
Ohw piilln is pIlung,d inl dhtspakir,
Iutid no ikinotnut of argummnt, or ratil
li-ry has any elloct. oil his iisory.
'Th1e man1tl1 01 WOIInI whIos4 1arves ho
vollm 8o Cluit d that. it, i8 it torture
to rimmtin inl bod, anld the night is
plissm i ild it Vain IttAollpl, to gi't it
lit t'le sliep is onl tho down grado to
n10rvMuS prixtra 1tlonl, inlsanlity anld
dt I. IhLero is It) tlnIm thno to ox
114,rimenit w\ith ntlow and 11utiriold
'1114%iWs. Ni-glict. or delity inl this
resHpect 111iNy provil at fat.al mistakco.
Ir. Nlils' Nerviin is tho homt of
all modicint-, for tho norvousm, t.ir-nd
0>ut and Slehl(IS Victim of the grip,
ju,t its it. s tho bet. rimdy for all
o(her wit. sIos and disorert of
(ti. I hovousm %tH I1. attack.1s thr.
mlIiut gery mw ofimItmr. clfteredtk
m thre' bo.11 nItornglyrot
Aie ot, oft everytoof hihe corner fVof
ough Ii.'I dotremiths>'vIo,1z% severa physi
cin 1111 couldl not gaii str'engtvrh. M
all and 1 I, I though 8111 sinidsurely
di.~ of hoga tingy Dir. Ails ohr.n
vine1 a1101 i les than ia wooktI was
flng very 1011 oneh11 hler. Adlrotak
rItored10(8 to hedt." 'xhtmg ok
'It trednunt foru th rp, onsinotringo
of D lil es11h' fNerine,l Dr.111 1.ios Aiti
1)'ain vlis iig fu1ir Aills' NotranL
I,iver It Pils w lVi' (If sn t abou(1 tl
none andiik Iht' 1n aiit tostlV card,1
rtin111ting hretn lample andi montion.
Arr erb ispeae
Mr.cs byh the toiely caser of
t' Lver l, IGcang 011ank,
fdvoaiere e from (inil,r C .,i
Tn(sdhariy, AlwMr,as cu re o
bour vstmg acto aria,inth intigest
proprietorpi lverhn is r~ightin
adall bilioue timelyseof
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