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N 1STABLESHEDW1E Y ., TU sDAY, JANUARY 28, 1TW EWE. A YEAR
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'1n*V WORK OF TIE LAW M KCMsI oF
Tills sFATC ANSlOiL IN 0o.
A Untidlens1 Report of tio Pr'oei-dilign
'iken From tho Dailly P,ap-rn Vromali i,ay
to Day as the Weork Ilrowetj,4.
January 23.-By voto of 660 to 46
the house today passed the McGOowan
redistricting bill, after making several
changes. As the bill now stiands,
the following compose the diNtricts:
First-Charleston, Berkely, Coll
Second-Aiken, Bamuberg, Barn
well,; Beaufort, E4(dgefield, Hampton,
Third-Pickens, Oconee, Andor
son, . Abbeville, Grenwood, Now
Fifth-Cherokee, Chester, York,
Fairfleld, Kershaw, Chesterfield,
Sixth-Marlboro, Marion, Horry,
Darlington, Florence, Williamsburg,
Sumter, Orangeburg, Clarendon.
When the house convened this
morning, the Augusta trip was again
taken up by several members. A
vote was taken and the house re
scinded its action of yesterday.
Several minor bills were introduced
in the regular order of business, and
the redistricting matter then came
up. Messrs. Smith, Tatum and oth
era made excellent speeches, and
Messrs. Weston' and Cosgrove on
gaged in little pleasantries which
cl6sed the incident of to day.
Mr. Freeman presented his bill as
a substitute for the Mc0owan bill
and moved to postone action indefin
itely. The motion was lost.
Mr. Weston stated that he accepted
the McGowan bill, with one or two
Mr. Efird wanted Lexington in the
distri't with Richland. This was
fixed up and a vote taken.
The senate spent about an hour
and a half this morning discussing
Senator Appelt introduced another
bill to regulate the trafic in cotton
January 24.-On account of the
absence of several members, many
bills that were on the house calndar
were passed over.
The senate bill, introduced by Sen
ator Mayfield, to regulate the traLi
in cotton seed, was recommitted.
The Tatum bill, to reo'uire horse
traders to secure a license in the
towns through whic~h they pass, was
killed, after considerable discussion.
The bill t,o authorize Pickens
county to borrow money from the
sinking fund passed its seconid rend
The Kibler bill, to make fowls
amenable to the stock law, caused
considerable amusement and brought
forth speeches by Ashley and ot hers.
The bill passed.
The house then took up Mr. Mc
(*owan,s bill, to increase the penalty
of laborers who violate their written
or verbal contracis after having re
ceived supplies. IhIr. Ashley,s usual
plea for the poor farmner killed the
The bill providing for the appoint'
ment of a committee to arrange for
for the free transportation of (Con
federate veterans to the Charleston
Exposition was passed over for the
Memorial exercises were held ini
honor of E. B. Ragsdale, of Fairlield,
J. B. Bates, of Barnwell, and GI. J.
Redfern, of Ohesterfld, at which
appropriate eulogies were delivered.
The house then adjourned.
The senate met today, but hardly
anything was done. Lieutenant (ov
ernor Tillman had gone to Augusta,
and Senator Shepherd, of Edgefield,
ThtSohipy resolution, introduced
in the house, was agreed to withbout
A favorsble report was made on
the bill prohibiting the shooting of
live nIoian in tis. state but the bil
will Pa4sv over for tho presmit, as
were nearly all tho bills on th cal
The minato later mot wit II Ith Ions
Atnd IiNtend to tho memorint exer
A night sesji0ol was hldI(l, butlt noth
ing of importance was done. Tho
Selnate then adjournimd until Mon
W I I E 1tOUJ; E M I'T IO),
Coonvih't; Itrm z.y V nye Unnt In ii lut r . ht
A Washing(on dispatch to the Now
York Evniing Post says: Presidit
It)0omovelt, conItinues to interest ill lhis
visitors by the breezy frankness with
which lie discusses ovorything that
comes il). A Now England Congrosq
man this describes a recent, c0l t
the Whito House:
"I wanted to foo the Presi(lent
abont an important postollico in my
district, I hadl(] not bothered him
much up to that. time; so I tolo
phoned Mr. Cortolyon, and received
ill appointment. I was ushered
into the President's rectiption room.
Many other people were there; we
could hear the Presi(lent talking
with some One in the Cabinet room,
and, while it would have boon im
possible to follow the conversatiov,
the tones were strong enough to indi
cate a vigorous discission. Pretty
soon the door from the Cabinet, room
opened and in caie the President.
"I am not, going to se any of these
people except Sontor Bard--itot iny
of them-I ami too busy; I can not
do it,' Hiaid the President to Cortol
you with considerablo emphitisis.
Smiting the action to the word, lie
took Senator Bard over into the win
(low and had a considerable talk with
him. Mr. Cortelyou beckoned for
ino to stay, and the President, is soon
as lie wais through with Mr. Bard,
came over aind sat on the sofa beside
ne. When I mentioned my post
oflice, he told ime to go down to the
department and] fix the matter up
with the Post muster General, with
the air of one who was tired about
hearing of pomtoflicos. As I got up
to go be looked over to two young
non who were still waiting. 'You
are from Alabama, aren't. you ?' lie
asked, and before they hand tine to
answer, lie added: 'You want So and
So appointed ?' The young mon re
pliedI that they did, but before they
could explain wily, the President
tol( them that Ie was sick of hearing
of their patronago squabble. 'You
say the other candidate for this oflice
ought to be in jail, don't 3 ou L Ie
went on. 'Yes sir; he ought to be
there,' wats thle relhy 'Well now,'
said1 the President, 'his friends assure
m11 thait. your manm ought to be in jail.
I assiumie that you1 aire both right. I
wish you would go to the Attorney
(eoral adi[( put in writing t l:e
reasons you have for belmevinig that,
the 0other candidate should be sent to
thie pomitontiary', andi I wviil haive a
similair statemienit muade up in regard
to your candi(idaft, t heni xvo'll let the
Attorney General look themn hothi over
and1( decidte what is to be (dono. Per
haps, if you know anyt Ihing good
about the3 man1 yon Dare backinig, you1
had better put that in writing, too,
adm1 give it to tile Attorney (General.'
Thait wais Dill I stayed to hoar, hut
it, struck tie as chairact erist ic.
A MORRdI5LEC FAvE.
An Old i'on feuIernate Nohr Iiurenest to
hsalla WheIre~ he~ Hti, seen l'.aces
[Speciail to the Groonviyillo News.]~
WValhiallai, S. (1. Jan. '21.-Altrod
*L. Ballow, a Conifedorato soldier, age
613, met a horrible fate last night. by
being burned to death im the guardl
house. Late in the afternoon lie
was locked uip and at 11 o'clock the
guard house was discovered to beoOn
tire. Help came too late anid only
the charred form was tamken from the
dlobris. It is believed that lie sot
lire to the cell, as the first u'senors
found tile buiildinig hunrning and the
strongest wind blowing, anid the
coroner's jury so rendoered its ver
(ict. Mr. Hellew came here from
Greenville county. Hfe wvas dirinik
ing when put up.
'The town buried the remains to
day in WVest View cemetery.
t l ig ll-.i..1 i A g Ill %.
b e llct by * ('ce,. P '.4 , : 314-110e -r dot
Tirde -G.i4c~.Re-n: ie
I''r m t1h11 I l st to t io 1w est. I)ir
ing th11 last daps of A lgit. o()r first
dyli of Soptellber, I 11:, I l4w4lb'
IIld Mch-leihl's divisionl of ,O g
stroot'm corps wero trisforred frOim
Virginin to (11-orgin. TIo :31 S. (.
r,0gunloit waIS placvdl on thitor ac;lt
R iclilioiid for Peti'rsbirg-l. I wts
ordred by (!ol. N.mc to get it g nir
of t.V) Ilnll and koop the rearcar
vitllit, 0Xclept Goll. ILl\w ind hiliff
w*ere to havo it fuv s%ats. I 1fnro
t o train starte l, its ( hi. Law wenit
on anlother t-Itill, I let o% 101" of t the
car Jill up with o boi s Soito 1a
dies 111O welt in oil var ll e 'F r
goon of tho 7th roimienti inisted on
going inl our car. I toh1 bilim hm
could not go. Ilie inlsist(d I slil1
lot,him talk with Col Naine. This I
refusetd to do. 1l tholireaitened14 to ri
over m110. I had my guard tc bring
their bayont. to his bimist and hlw
rotreatod. At Pvtor-burng I caim
niar gottig 8016 ui.1y hur. Wli i
wo loft tho train I had forg4it ten iy
ration. I went back t) gel tiio
aid th train stitited rapidly towarcs
Rtichmond. I took it Ilying ls-ap and(
got. badly bunged up, but halid 1!()
bonepli broken. \\'o t(o anthter
train for Wibnington. . vIr . we
spent Rovoral hours. I saw tl Iwo
largo cannon that had jtist emme
through tho blockitde andlil were
shipped to Chitrlt'ston. TheY were)
known as (ln. Rtibley's pocklt
pieces. They woro tho lar-gost (nli
non I had over son. lviing, flitt on
the ground I ohey reached itbove iy
witifi. We heft WibIlingt.cII ibou)It
one o'clock p. mi. Wt cortainly had
at filow train. Wo ran L..-tt %ytdiim
and night, and tho nvxt. dity and rit
rivod it Simit or just before sIun sOt.
The good people of smiiter gavte us it
royal welcoie. The whol( towi
trned out ind gaviqetus it itlifi
cont. suppor, aItId w(e had t nice Iim
indood. I rmoe (i top of ihw cars
from INItorsburg to (oorgia. Il fct.
I slert at n1iglit on th1 ears. Wf
left Sumtor iii the night and reached
Kingsvillo after still up the nexi
morning. Wo waited ia while for
rations to be smit. us from Colniibia,
aid its 11011 calie we toAk the cars
for Augusta vi Braniichville. Nows
of our coming had reached Oraigo
burg and the jwoplo rsheid to tIo
railroad wi,h baski,ts of rations. I
wits on top of the car., ftol as tie
train slowed up to stop I strIed to
get tdown the side of t ho cari, wlwn
the enigine14 startd the1 train 111 ff ra1 'p.
idly, aniid thle people4 triied to) thr ow
baststt of rait ins on1 thle t rain. .\
ile or two belowo (Orang'ebilrg the
and it5 wsUI1i bylhard begin that1 he
enigineeor got oil v.ith who1~le hoe.
But hoe pr'omiised iiot to p)itiaith114r
pico without stoppcing. W\e got
somiet hing to eait att IeloliIy Ovcery
stttioni, antd at. Ihwkle we gol aI*
Col Natnce issued't o)rders foir te
tratin to pass8 through Aikent without
stoppinig, andit of course we lit thel
enigineoer oilitas he hiad orde4'rs to runii
thirough~1. We paissedl the night in
August a ndl in t he in orliing too the11
tric:n for Atlitnta. Hofore leaving
Auguistai woc' wen~'t to tile enigintoor antd
asked huimi if hie would( stopj the1 tratin.
lIe sidt he wvas a soldier dletatiledl to
run ft traini, so w4 knew we were
atlI right. W4) got somiethmug to i'st
at aill 1the stalt.ions, but att. 4 ~th i milo
s ttionl we) wVorO treated to as Ii no ia
djinner as8 a soldier over got. A few
miles abo)ve) there wais itnothier griad
sp)read. Tihe 1t m wias b)eing slowedL
up when Col. NantIce) wai ved4 for t ho
train to) go aboind. As we luul( played(
it 8wioop staiko gamiIe on1 thel rattijons,
antd as8 our trin waVis binlg followed
b)y the Mississippi boys8. (Col. Nanceo
thought it right to lolt thii ha iuvo a
dinnior. We wo ~vro fodl at Uii Point.
Woi/ reaed~ Co)vinlglon in thel niight,
and1( mtost (If thll boys8 wore atsloep.
This scribe anld tw of 0 hiori (If our
compajnyt dIropped oli 1(4 1see if thore
were an~y rattionts arounid. A 1lady3
and1( soldiOr came) ialong andti te lady
said, "let'a foed the liebls. Shen
want'tedI to hold( the batsket. but11 t.hn
;oldivr 4 hlher to givo tho batkot to
i0 4 If I o y I s It shIIl iI Ld(I it to
III. I t Io Iome of thI ra-lt ion m.4 It ld
hld tIe baloiet out to t ilother boys;
ti-n aI ru 1,sh% ws nu , ft o tIto baskot
and it wv, t,4)oIn eilpty. Thto lady
vI.j,y) l o ithe vicl.g on til' basket volry
m h. The depiot an <ir r,n
wr was filled witl pooplo; thoy
lal ple)ty of bashts too, but wvev ro
hI,iilg for imt 1'gimni t raItismol
larounId C'nvp-r- andl( wo dlid not got
all thing to ett, lot w e <bdd it lot of
"lyinqg 1 ilt 'l a hi Lts of hlilt. \\'o
(tiI htt (b-r gi Y( %\n n asIt
ra.isd atnol theu r I notI tow. W e 2
I' I st'l. - It "I m I I rt I(' Ii tll lit.t to II W I,4
Iti It n 1 ne.xt ( it i it di not
StII. Thioro w r h n dr 11(eds of po
ph. ar-willl tho dep Iol. WeI shoulted
hre g s th) -- (beorgia retg1t i,it.
Tho orp' r il., on did ovory
thig ihl.y tIn hil o o 11 tin. W e4%
arr'441aive Itk t Ini b o tinight
anld (,t)tk upeltlp. N Col. Foi.
I lE l.' 1.1\ 4111, 1'11-: ImtoUi.
. I c t r %o14' it i It ol I T kl itI r WIt iI -
I4 t'l6 lit.' . , N . i t o l. . . i tt %(11 0
T1 i. )All I I Imih I-I1 l to 4 J II it n (Iust,
S:L\ si I ie- \\ 111"14 a in n I'stI, i s lI k p1r(,
SIntatII,Ive - e e . ,I(If s mth11 C arol I InI.
p, k)III '. \ lars i 1, 14 | (I i s 9(l
1 W, 1w '.nvt1 \l i I .4retary 4 if tht i t.
( p t Ivo S; ( Ilo--. and whon t1I.
liitt-r 4diW. we4 v I bi ait gr b. I -foII
(-I( I( i ntt I heit I 14 1 114 va canlt "vit,.
Evorv th y tt, I I : 1-) t 1 I 'k Ir
iIk Im I-dIIy ,I;-, is I n doo I,1 1 1-)r Ilwe , PIer, w11rns1
all porsotnL npt ( n11 til I 1o1 thw it>r
t( v ic it i, "tho ral of th . louls, ro
qu 111rn h sLMO." Il'r tilh u dia
Kn('ne14dy aw a sml all () sit tIng ad
o dt sk 1,1111 cIo(A v ('1-irigarding tho
oMieil snilmlli-lins ilt rIvt i rt. II.e
thr-vw his piping", polne.ra101og voice
inl Uon d iroctlionl I)f till, lit', buit wit h
oiut olie'." (h tho thbirl- day Kolnno.
dv told Ils Ironlhl-t o to Amos CumIII
1 I '1s.
4 foriC i "tI lb 'l :-k I'll i britI w h.4tim <141,
"l'. Ii f ) t ' 11,q'l r4. 1(4 l i 4 ()f
sti 4l l i illdy.
"What0 boy ?" Itk)d omm1114111iingH.
"S inr over4 1 h--r, Iil ropliod K(.io
.Wdy, pointinig inll r r' diroction.
" I llnb I't I th.> hi t 4t, S aid
li(t i ll I I 11 s.
"W. II o f hAIiIrd Koliedt y.
"It)? a; ,"t n-t VInItu ki ofd CIInoIIIiings,
\.kym Il ht,) 1)44io 't Ipmr (1C lll
"yo ? i ig, t 4(4 y .job. 144 0 is at
m b r 1 o 1 ihT I Ito Ilolns. "
KmInnody dhi'tl, say a ' word, andl(
lUoproewilent tivo Lkolr- reN11tiined til.
d istu rt be
t)iN 11 % nIK ViND oi . 1Nos TO -i.A
Trtly (or i'oir) hnQv Mi-n1-1 IIt W b'inIii.
Was18 1(' inton,s(hk dannary to 21.-h
trets ofi1 Ctl thevssio 44) 14the Dnishto
Wet444110 Inip Ilands. frtont a)opma'rk
to) the, i:nift,ed t Sta t artsigdat
theSto hI) ptent today0111 or to e
ret ary 44(ay it nd CoasIVttti linog Brun,
the ihmish 13'ni40stter. The t
will be subuntted1( 0tothe4 forenato for
rauiieio n n no itey
Iuhil ites Wthe Statiio14 )ofatmntiH
beli.w ob ntenihoho
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM
UANNor lit 'it italill.( I11 BY A .'U
CUm 11F I 0NdCl EiSSl ECN.
slaort l iii it lli,ti l il t l '11t-11" of
01n41 fill:-411r4a41 161k4l Illn'ly-n1o114 1,4144inn
- iotltl W , i it1tt -&
J.'rity 114"AdodeIP layike 1iswa L- 1411
e-r. lIe t 'ln i ot - tture itiat
they "Il,ivae4 it 'ower titr
Awhtiorliy los I'v-stsitil
o it(st i t 110tf8rm4 osf
I'l lilIt4- fosr oir
- at r y .
Was IinI gton , .1 amli iar-\ 21. T1hie
D)omlocratic memilbors oif the Illos of
lietpresenltativ,is mot(. inl valuens inl th.m
hll of t-ho lolnso ait 8 o'clock thiS
OvOlling, ind, aftor i s1hrt, ht pi
ited cointost, itoptod rosollitionS Ili
claring that they wore withimil powor
to romligiato plat forn or pinici
,ivs for tie piarty, owiig to th bi)id
ing challrletr oif tho 11rty plt form
iittofor roguirly ilo it i i
( iollal conivent ion.
TlO tle1 lits was Il ( olit (r, it i f
aunimlatod isellsSion fttlIl; I)llolo
vra it inh.11ors ovor Sirleci tho p>ros
4.1t s(issifiln uif t<mgress began, th.
vIhivf ib,obinig as Ito thlt ox(olnt h)
whlichI tho Kalnsats vity plat form11
sh it h o rouflirmmd ()r shml be
-.u1wr-sodedI by at now 1d1chtrationl If
piicy. Th0 101111 (if anll Aiitirely ll-V
d1--ehtratt ioml I took f-wrml marly inl t1ih
S01-Sioll ll roslolit ions byNs- li,pr-ioutia
tivo .11vCh-llan, of Now Yr,solting
forth inum-rous phanks, but imiitling
t il- fiainild dectilrit ilns Ill' e IMn
tiat, Cit y plattformn. .11r. V-I t z . ral rt 1,
of Now York, also proposed it I'SI I
11t1ion, declaritg against ilterfir, ie((
with the prosmnt stanimdrl of vaies.
On til) othei iind, INl-I-prelst it ativv
Ball, of Texa1s, proposed at spicific
riallirmabon of tho K ansas (it y plat
form. Thoso andt(] soviiral otho.r ls1.
lutions of policy wort reforr(id to at
spcOial coimlilittoo of twelvo loiding
I)emocratic membeluirs, hoided by
U(1prvsein tativo lHichardsmi, of Ton
n0sso, tho Dtetocrttic iloor hnder.
It, was to roceiv h'lle roport of thmi
()olmtittoo that tie vllenls of foutigiht
Tho intorest, takon wais shown inl
tIhe largo lIt-t(1da111co, 139 Doocrits
ont of tho tot.al of 153 hoing pros"Inl.
liepr(esntati vo Iity, of Virginia, ov
elpiod thl ellir anld by 1hi rlings
mtiedovord to al1Iay 'ho frict ioll
whiel 5l liats occulrred it tilms (luring
Io discussiolms. Mr Nic1llIl lsoli pro
sol0tol tho mujority r-port, concmrroll
ill b3' all of th ih1111n0S of (.h10 f1pW
cil comlmitt-oo, oxcopt M1r. .1ihilry. It
roecit.od t,ho work of thn conmmitti,v
aind clowid with M.hl following recoml
"rWk airo of opion that as he ro
proset.t.ivos (of our varniouso consi
tueiOsli, and1( a1s members0' (If the 11 ca
Cens, mado(1 up1 of 81uch replrosetat ivos,
we haive o p 1ower' or' athority to
co1181 rnet or proni lgalto a1 platl form.1
of prinIcip)1(s for oui1r party'; t hat we
inig (l1'00t of plat1 forms11 of the 1 arIty'
bo(rllloforol reguilarly mado114, andl
assembled104 for' that purpose18.
";'I'hat ini(1 1i. oioo, of whIichI we
aire member)s4l', wo( shonh111 vigoronslIy
and1 alggress8i vly balt tle for 1)141no1
cra~tic' priiples1 and~ 1( wit 1h(1<pud1 vigor
1a1nd aggressHivonoss. wo( sh1on1( h1)oppo(e
overythIting clontrariy, iln subsItance1( or
mitod (, to ths 1 pr1 iniples1' mail
shonhl1 moet( (4ach1 <(1istio asl 1 it aises('
wlie a1 full confefrenlce anId a1 solid
and1( unrdivided front ."
T1hO iniority3 repolrt oIf Mr. 11111ury,
of Te'xas1, proposed1 (1 thfol lowing ,l(o
clasration inI place0 of (1.h4 McClellan511
and1 1'it zg4lrald reHoIlut ions1, he(rotolfor4
"It 18 1not with in tb 1 provinc o10(f a1
1)oorattic caucus11 to0 prom late or
re1vor8e a 1)Omlocraltic p)latforml, but
it i8 the4 dutly of overy3 Demhiocraltic
1i(1op renative to0 aIdhore to the( Nil.
tionaIl Doemoraltic pIltformI unitil theo
snecon(ding c1)honvet.ioni adopts an -l
othIer 1p1at formti."
Mr. IlHenry also0 proposed that1 they
caucus11 action should1( govern oIv(ry3
representaItive when the samn o
cordedl with th1( delaraitioun of thle
15last ntionl plltformn.
Tfhe vote was taken f'irt on~ Mr.
Hen31ry's minority p)ropornitions8, anhi
they wvere dlefted( by) a vote of I'7 tc
)2. The mailjori ty delalratio OUwas'
thon a:10pted without dlissent.
Beforne.h votn wa taken sevn..i
tillrt)8 't)llo %vow tl itdo on OwtH t woItt*
proposit m Is. Thio <14,>nt o lastodr l(lss
thal tin ho lit.
The4 I-'it zgornhd, MceCloliLitand
other rtsolutionSl wltro laid on itho la
blf, thus lonving Iho miajority d(winr
n;Ion aits tht unanimos sonwo ofi th
1)(kilmocratic ?if ib rs of the I li oIHN.
Thi aeln s also ioptoil tho foi
it t lvt.<tl,ThaM thw Torritoriis of
A riz-)nn, Oklathonua and Now 1NIlxico
itr i o tlo to StatoIoo ti, nti shouli
bi adhittoil to thi Union Int vpitu
foot ing wit ht Ihm balanlco of ( ho Stat (1,
anod wo llgo tho mlupport oIf thll
t)i,mowirits inl Oho Io I o li.; o topro
smntatives, to sieh nt hill."
RTICstTINO AN A ICU111V
Ih141 PIena fo lln A t ' t 4,oi1 lho
\\' hington, .)uil . 2: 1. 'Ilh N.otidi
oIf tho hill rvstrieting atireby n l
anlarchiMts was prmtietly t lotorminll
Will111 miny by ti t mpt oil t o l iit im,
If Illtlitme ro thit imius jo icitry
tonitl-, aippoin(tal ito consitivr tis
S111'jie-. Tho Infla"tire will providlo
tho 11.1tht Ir ithy for a ni ttlonl t t)
kill or iasquilt ithl pro sidoil or any
"1n0 ill lin. fmr SucvvesH:(In filr thm
jrtil itonvy, Atly perso iitl ) v<illI
sti, ad<vis0s o n t<vovnttv t1i awl4s1 t
in iiio kiing o aany 4otnior tf tho
l'nitS lIttil l b tinil lml or imn
pti-onvd. No atlii-n who adivocintes
litt ivvrtI1row\ of or lulizl t (ifvtrn
mttit tr wihor i itfi 'ied is alith a
(arglini/.tti<mli 1141lllilg "lich vimwS is (4)
b d Ln<h iltte tl this c olnitr . I 'ro
VS1i i i s i. imid'l i ft-r tho pii ist -
Im.it 4,f th "s vonspiring1 t , inl this
ute ry oi ni t it fire git rl.er.
A MI Ar l . I. lt i t tV-:
Rt -. oitA p inet t lor th sit IYiny C rtitovi
Sho Is'eanCI Itiih 'tt o:vIor
Simeintl (to No%w\S mind Cwurir.
rtgion, i lannary t lI Tlho ('*alftt\
Oinrptwl CIltpauly, <Mwing to iIllitlii|
0 111Mt Issillont, is flow ill OtwIo idf
of a tri'viV4 . TIt filill lIIU4 fi l)j
jpo<i work a1114 will vo[I( Ifllto <)II(krittimri
wilIb lo cosmatto. l r. I I. I). \\hond,
presiflfint of Cho Gafory N m\la nh tr
inig Comlpanly, woll knlown als ono of
th11% aIhlo 1t. mill 1igml i of ( 11 h 1044, llns
bof app oe 4r.livor, Iili will at
1nc ( lr-ogaizn th m osmpany.
iklinlato llobnils of thm condlition of
Cho mnill's alfair-se.)nld no) h obtItinllv .
It is learn(l (Ii ri)<1 ittilh<>rily tbuit
Ohe voiluly wVill bo fipoo<dily ror-gni
nlizo<l, nnld t.hat Cho shalroldr's
lossvH arl.( vory Slight.. ,. . E N.
Mal.;C i-1oWiCSi AU WOlt)IK.
I Donil' AndMt
[pEc(ial to Ti St1to.
(1 r4enlwood, . an. !):1. A tolopholo
me1sESago from )iml(bl's wais rej)coivtjd
h14r thit morrniing ri,portinig tit) vory
sivcevssfill tpwat imns of sar blowers
in tho towns of oill anld Duo
\vst. ll Donfais I l si IIfN of W. R.
D11111 wis"vr-.ek1"I andl 1 11and momll
HOM 1110money bolonging to privato
IWIrSOns1, thO OXaIVI 11101nnt. Of WhiCh
iH [)>t ll(>Wln. Tlh postollico at. Don
ids was next, visitod wholro tho rob
IIrS EnI $1.VO . P0rom I)onaldH
t In' wOnt to 1)no \WoSI, four miles
Ilroligh ti oulintry. Tih poHtoflice
at. this plaeti yibIEIt,d giod retirnH.
TwyI got, $3 1I 90. 'Ihey nxt visited
11he slablit of 1). If. \Willn auld took
fro'n him a lntw h,iggy aud a ibrown
1111 aloit i yvars old 11d 1m11ado
gaOoI thOir ESMpE in this t.urnout.
No furt he trac oif tho robbors has
b(et f nl,(i. It il .110od that. toolI
(f thw si,ct imn nastr on tho Southorn
raiiway w4wr% smnrid for thiir work.
.\N4*Tijll' I 'I't NT.
I )io \Vest, .1 an. :. I ho potiolicfi o
thtrn wts brkil ilnto Ilat.A night, the
saft% erneiild anuld 1mmtuy ILIA Htampii)
of0lirlillii fulmunts Ot koll. helo
niaii wns imoriinmbord. At Don
aIs. rt'. Lohi 1)1's t Itortmo and Hafo
Ils4o tha poshlli'o wro visitild With
i likill an aiir. Ihn losiig tioro
C.han (lnlt hkindtrt,d dollars, whilo C1h0
other itmonnti hav%,( nt), hoon dolmr
muinld. Thero ili not t.ho HlightoHt
clno for pltaing tho thoft, but it im
thlMght1ht hi thO 1m partios woro
lal workhi hoh lac. . Also ithe top
110lal aid lilty mn'i ho lt(ig 4 to
Mtr. Oim \V1a 1 ilt ut ls art e 11im
1 s114 . :5)10o th o en'ntiN . o
Ato Appirliall4m of orkim ,immi it, oxt.
Wasillin"(m, Ill, 22.- Soni of tho
Ohd paItisall firo was iioeh-d into te
pr ingt ot11f1 Ihe 1 i hoso todaliy whof
ti i(tm inl tI uilrli t, 144 ficioney hill
appopralig 60,00,for-1 akmili
iary post t aNIhllilit, whichitho Dom.
A l ilt \', hv b n 114using am ia toxt for
spe i4N- i4 lppsit i to Ilho Philip
pimi ptlicy o)f 1hw administraCion for
Hit.h ast thr( t days wa4 rtated. Mr.
Citilii, inl e.urgo of hw hill, co0n
fv.wid (1ti.t app i atioll waIts 14 i ub
jict 11 iI lint ()f ord l.r and it, weont,
mit. lt iE lheroof ho offorod an
famn1011 It llaroIpift0i(I thef othmo
w fori ih8i".h0ter And p.oe t.n
of [014 no (o(lli or i onist Md monn ofh
arm doing8411 wahit gino the Philippiofs.
Thi hE ar h4oh,Wl)hd to ooi odr
mali Ioit. t eovEnlrun ithor sjcurof
aivry ptddbtoi hc r
'i'IichardE)soiat mino1riot lor Mr.
trmond ( of81 Ali k sobtt.t11r i wre pirte
aga)inst4, thecairma of Misho ppro-e
pritio conun~ itteoo.The footieon
the Fiopton of othe (aonfondn
sttlit,sayf It,y( as otne ft. i
rem Twa o Neate liearin Arn MOften
HiIionunet oain oftsol e rncmn,
tle there.ny saThe seeshtoeno
wayt, o to e Vo wo this ,aixin in o the
Mto gaor enxe p Ohn te oel
fromt Seute Carolin ad andthohe
thonso the or nCiht McLrin ofay
foidssisip,wsvr the hapoie d of the
thae lest iko, u. i pcuer