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IICNs S. C., T RIIIIS)A Y F I tI IA y , 1893.
E LAsT Vic im.
Or AFTER THE SURRENDER,
T H t a 0rder of a redlevaai MjP.Ir
01 he Fact o,f tie Case at; Writ
w st atrtici,ato,r in the TrIagedy.
at 't. L.ouis lieptblic:
the conflict this last fall I
r f iact that a (,on fetderatte sol
shot after peace had been
.ly onle lioltl-, anld he was
at der of Major General of tht
t p te Arm), at Cincinl'Ilti, (.
o ient, w as laugh d at and rid
bo e refer you to volume 13 f the
hi OS agazinle, page I6, for a I ill
. of the taCts, written and
le wJudge Dickson, who ws a
lip dpr ink the tragedy.
i &Yours truly,
h .J. M. ViiLIN(ITON.
un le referred to was published!
r I nimber of the Centitry for
o .an be folid in volume 3Z
r" lacoording to the renumber
magazine. It Is signed b3
c kson, who Is, or at the time
St4litionl was, presumably a
Cincinnati, although his ad
ig Mot giVen. "The iast V ic
ypVar," is the article's head
I raveller on the old Walnut
,n Cincinnai, May 11, I8M5, an,
pectacle prest ited itself. To
fc I the road, along the ravine
n I)od iii sol-Imi Silence a regi
Cc Ibeliers facing te load, tht
t s at each wing at right, an
1 ig a hollow scluare. With
e A the let t, stood a squad of
)s \is at the shoubler, tearing
uatist of a youth kne(ling
I is collin and facing thit-i,
w ith hami1s tilbonild aino
Sat, his side, and e3e Ihim
e ' a white handkerchief. At
C . ')ommand, the guns wor(
h lie yout.h fell dead. Thus
11i I1omas M,rt.iin, the last, vie
ig great Civil War. The wai
I 1,Lee had mirrendered. I ch
si been taken. ,Johnson had
lte )avis had betii captured
and Confederates, the blue
, ay, fraternizing every' where,
lonely ravine, withim the
mits of Cini6nati, whert
traniaeted the most r(-volt
of the war-the delibrat
overwhelming power of ;
g hImnan being. Nearly a
e thl.s Pxecuitiom, it,s victim, a
Kentucky, had been cap
-at state and brought to Cin
it prisoner; tihere lie had
tight, before a cotil.- mIartial
:liarge of being a gemrilla and
convicted and sentenced to
e was a mere boy, quitte il
mble to .'read or write; it
the was a regular Confed.
, fid..4v;idenit fy the dist- iic
net 4d 'Us"ch a soldier and a
raphii beyond his knowledge.
aill Ie this sentence was ren
rop ne exp etied it. wotild be car
r Xiiion- he tembers of
and certainly the military
merit of the city, (xeneral
ilihih, (id )lot. The seitence
I-nderud for .'s deti-rrent t
-glielilllas in Kent.ucky. Soh -I
in. Wilfell Ilini% the Isentence
executIdI that he gave th
--rtj, the freedom i t I It- city,
.1 Las a sort of orderly; atd i
ourse Withl him hIe becai.
to him. '1time passud, and t he
Gon. looler wotild leave iII
it, of which lie had command
.Sinermnan' s action reti red
the tront , wasd aipproaiching
momntitor the victi im, Gen.
a the tirst day) s of May, 18d5,
aide to read over the p)apers
* 1.hie dIepart.mnltt, So) that, lie
pose o1 them. lIn so doting
: elating to this boy) were
to'I General had1( lorgott.en tht
a y.etquired whether sentence
his cciined. ILearning that it
.a~ sent for Gen. Wilich, his
Ate. and asked for the facts
jl ich stated them as above
.1 ext (day he received an order
n.hooker directing hIm to
Sbyon the 5th of May, thien
(lw ass off. Gen. Willich was
o mded. To shoot the bcoy who
,.i his attendaint for inearly a
f*i whomn hie hiad respected for
' 7fi#g:ondunct, was too iiuch for
->pm soldier of manny years and11
see~ With tears in his eyes lhe
- p.g t, now our minis
m -', and besought lis inter
3 tidge Stallo, in tturn, came
a gi solicited miy aid. Mea
a s'Iooner had left thne city t.o
Gie 'uineral of Mr. Lincoln at
1MI d. Th'lere fore I could not
fOmn. A t my retquest Mr. (Gaithi
superintet. de.nt of the Adams
Company, se-nt a teht grami to
u1ckert to be laid before Mr.
r, requestinig his Iiitervenitioni.
Srder came and preparations
e for the executiton.
* was dress"eh for dent.h. 'Te
A'ather (Garesche. brother to
a 's' chief of ,,,tal f who tell at.
1 iv-er, attende. hiinii. Thle nioiirn
cessIon took its way to ihe ray
*G(emn. W illich moved slowly,
dthe order of suspension would
ed(. ile left a mnounte:j ordter
it until the hast moment tor a
'rom Stanton. A nxiously, im
I The lookedt back for his mes
fit t lenigth., to his great, joy,- in
to le lie saw him corming at f mll
at,i. jing in Is outstret,cnecd hand
Swans this telegram:
partwient. W ashiington, D). C.,
181 5.-MJnajor Geniera.l , oseph
:i i5j)peia thet executin of
Martin, to be execumt ed in Ciin
thisnday, uint il furt,her orders.
eIr of tihe President,.
M. Stanton, Secretary of War.
was the rejoicing. Th'le soldiers
re to shoot, t,ne boy now congrat,
imn on hits escape andl all return.
li city. Alas, how short-lived
a this jov. It had been miy purpose
.o advise Ghen. hlooker on his return of
what I had dlone, b~ut may first, k nowle dge
of this wap from an aid of' lh who tie
livere d a note f rom t.ht Genieral requetst
lng niy presenice at his heaidquiart.ers.
TIhne moment I saw 11ot ker I discovered
thlat~ he was under gtreat, excittemi.-nt,
which ihe was striving to suppress, ant
In his effort lhe fairly suicceeded, .In slow
and measured tones he said: ",Iudge
Lnckson, I wast very angry at you on my
leturn and had ordered yonr arrest, buL,
recongidered it aRd am now more coi
"Why, you stirprise imi, (eteral!
What is the matter ?"
"Why, sir, on my return to the city I
found mly amIIIlIiitrIatiollon of this depart.
ment had been interlerred with; that.
Martin, whom I hai ordered shot, ha,l
not been shot ;and that. Mr.Station sui
pended my order. I imimediately tele
graphed him, demandi g why he ilnter
ferred. lie rep:ied that it was in re
sponse to the (aither telf,gra, -your
wo k. I demanded of' hin to s-ad me
a copy of this telegrail, which he did.
I know all you (lid."
"Well, (ieneral, was it not all right ?"
''No. sir, i, was not all right. No. sir.
Why.sir. when I was i commtad of Lite
Army of the l',)t< in tc Lincolin wotill
not 1-t ie kill a tman. Lwe killed mien
every day, aid Lee's arimy was inder
discipline, and now, sir, Liliin is dead
and I will kill Ilii; man. Yf s. sir, I will.
l'he order is given to shoot him t.omor
row and he will be shot, and con't, you
"1id Stanton order Von to shoot, ilit "
"No, sir, he le't the matt.er in my
hands and I dematided that, lie be shot
--and shot lit will be."
Well, (General, I ag-, in interposed, "t his
boy was oniy a guerilla. The war is
over. lie beloized to Colonel .Jesse's
command. The papers of this morning
tell its that the Loverinent, has givei
dene Ihe same tet ls .Iven I I,ee; that, le
Is now in LoIusville. Iiere he las been
1'easted anld 1'ralter,11Zedl wil.1 hby I "llion
officers. Will it. not. he shoeking to
sht', liere one oIl his (delided I*ollow
"It iakes no dilferee," replied the
(,eneral. "ILmEtisville is Inot, ill ily de
partment. I am not I spomisile I'or
what. is done t here. I will do my duty
iml my own. I will kill him. Ye, sir, I
will, and I hat, imorrow."
'I'he inj we oI' tie speaker ris-4 be'ore
iie wit hl si t.lir:g dist'inct nes. 'Tlie
manner, as well as the words, ilifl iEald
that his iIImn(I wai.s oppresset with tht.
I thoight, talt. LinlcolI's hilumaliI.N
had ihwart.ed his career. In some way
it seened to liin a reho i'ito s-erilice I hi's
boy. lipeice Ii's eagern;e: thaLLtt.m op
porn.imiiy shtitid iiol. s -ape lilli.
Ill'l.\t NI \'.,Feb. I.--A special
othn lsticii l'r'm T.t raz.-wel Cmtut
llouic, Va., sait s: M.t l.av iht, tour
nle"1r0 Iuenl 11mrde4red andt, r.Obbwd twvo
white nn al. Iat chlans, iinamed I it
clim1' andi11 Shor'tril.de. h'le IIIIrdered
m nliei lived in tlithain.in ciuinty. -ani
were at. I'lit tha id, their waillns Ioir
the p rll-11sme I't piirchasig toolds. 'PTe
l'or eurnsWere! caIIIIrIed, ulessed
the cimie aind were lytiched. More lhmi
olle h1t reli ehnea I allal I l l Were it
ichi.IIain tttoi-day. RatlHille antd Short.
ridge wvre calr I y mir iIthniants, who had
c, IMe to I"i.liihos, their nearest railway
siahoii, Ito moo'~ hr teir tratn'. T1h1e,
Weiet tipposed to have consitleraile
mioney. When night approached, theyN
Lied Oil ir hoist's, iliIt a lire and pr-e
part (to sped the iiiglit in thOeir wva
ons. 'Tlhis morniiig their di ad bodies
were discoveretd each inl a pool ol' blot Id.
SuIaIIcI(i(n)I pointed to the UoIur nere'sI(!9 119
beii_- the 1murderer-s. A CroWIt iline.
diately gatlewred at'I s larclI - IarI'tI's
WeeIC h(Il.f. out. The Iirst, of the <L u,1rt1tte
arrestei wai .lcrry itOw, anId al'Ci
attisfac7ory evitlen.e as to l,s gIt ha.d
heen iohltainltd, a rope WIas pllated abtM1
his neck and Ic somn Elianled irmi the
limb of a tire. Laat.r ill thle daty tie
the rWpnerIIIranTh ,lthn
jonlis t ant Sam EP( rnmn -were arreit.
ed bil cu't li ias, and ahe (1t11'ers
started Wit hlli r ri m rs by airoun-1
amiel WIl <ir. k,hem,irder hli
reachdiLt(I tuhmcutwee t hiei iiiO5ai
murdered mienl lidle)r, atlE I.A moba
isasuIte hewards iihli to avmerg the
iurde.ttl isi parity ipn LIeatcingil
'.'b (had atlind lei: arnm ol' lahe routliiak
tiny t.he ojr .n ich three prtiine,t
ursue liand vi ertook y them, lerLvcily
took1) chy Iol' t.hlae tree neiroe andii'C
own them upte inesot o'irer. timo
is thlbe pein sgt. '1(wo ot haros
inspet.d a 111'C itmphlty in the crim e. '
'aThe will att cxcEiitemont, preils. ei'l
iAtllo o Nveitae tirai.iii:hu
ilampnon, I wIll iveithe' citi t.oda
onthe Slm'tasle s, rail road,' I(Ei 'tit
itanvIlil~e atid (iiIampiyto otwichM 'hIE
is0( the presit his A nulEroa 1hs
beenial, huhiini tr somle hima, andaiis albouts
rioad I will be11 abtnlty nlsin enit
runningo i betiee n the siicat b t
SuhCrlive naii i' ailway, Ithe I Ib hEen tiil'ond
ahe sWatlterorsof wi be x tinledi t'ii ivon-i'h
wilell ith the ( i t h Cli e tI. Thui
re oad was' Iiu by Mtsaje.1 Maim indt'
vn idua ohy tese I3 he)hs foaed il iiit'a'h
cave (it th till Ie at ketoH.aot
T) li,A N Citpt, ()huon dttl iaii. It W hiiEy
iie,wh btlis engaged I SIin the lucrate ive
busineii 7E1 of gamt ht bnies oli e ll
(imle heyd arinie e,y 107( iyeat s pph
the *hsered Itp shemaatly. they bt'oxes,
casy On the ti is marke the name~tli
rimes 1. W cole theii boes aren. it n
*12 a set.
l'A iU(A ii. liy., lFeb1.l.-Filleenl pii
oners in theI ctonnlty j ail at. Murraiiy (7.,.
ciapetd duri'ing Moiitlay inight by cu tg
out. ( oe delinedt-t ii go, t.hitugh held
as n1(1e <sor' y to muriEn itr. A n<ly A damts,
who stbd ltt Etmneltt Slatighhemrh tathi,
F.mainl f i'ogiinI andI A I. tolittin who
ni.urder'ed Joh iili trrtn at. llaz,el, Mar'
Vin ,JoEnes, chiari.edi w ithi on urage', andi
James IIlead, a bgan' ist , are among
L.hoan who oennopcI.
UNCORI[NG PONTI RO)YAL
THE STATE'S EFFORT TO RIGHT A
Stilt lirotiglat it) lIcovoke time Claerter of the
'1crt itovti antel AtugiaNta ItallroaI umok
PtatY-A Stilt that Itivalm la im saortance
time (reat. (;oaw c;a'.
(olPiniA, S. C., Feb. I.-T,'I he sulit
for the forfeature of the charter of the
'ort, lIoyal al Attgusta l.iat i iLt
tractinur considlerable attentioi. If, i
ia Holiewhat uniitie case, vslpecially for
the Cottrts of tim State, and every
Illove is being closely watched. ()n
nextSat.urday .1nige Alrich will hear
argitment at Aiken from the attorneys
of the threatened road "t show cause
why .1. II. Averill should not be ap
poinlted permaiient. receiver pendina
the termination of the proveedin:gs."
'I'his invanls a pretty long and indeli
ite appoiiitment. Knowing ones seem
,o think that fthe case is going to bKe in
the (oirt.s for years and years ileA
oite or the othel side gives ip I he light.
The s<lit brought in the iname of the
Slate of Soith Carolina against t.he
'ort loyal and Aiigtst,a lRailway a
corporation created by and inder the
laws of the State of So.itli (harolina.
The conphtint .is brotight, on the part,
of 1). A. ''ownseiid, as Attorney (s'ner
al. 'I'he papl-r.s in t he casem have not, yet
bem-n coinpleted. The "allegatioiis"
mid iiiforination will make ahout. thir
ty pages of printed matter, anid will
give perhaps the uostn complete histo
ry of the 'ort, Hkoyal and Augtista I taid
nd it s. comipi,t ions that, has ever beei
piblished. S. far as can be seen thie'
paper is reiarkably At rotig, and shows
a carefil antd paitistak ing itn stigation
into the affairs of the roi I. So:ie on
frot the isnie has evidently given a
consider.ible 1t >rlion of the "iina
tio:n" cotined in I lie cotmplaint.
Mlajor Tswnsend lly slmvina ile
solne of Ille advance shes (1t t e de
liatet, to lit slihbittilled to .1ludge \l
d rich. Some of the leiails of I lie im
partain paper are itert-st mug. It. is
div'ded 1ut. aboti. a dozen sect ions.
The first, Iw fvparagraphs are devoted
to Ile facts re-latilt tt Itie original
chiartier of thi' I'rt Ioyal aid AiiVisla
lRoad, which w-as gramited )ecember
21, 1a7. 'Tlie allegations then go on t(o
show Lim history )f the road uitil lav,
IUsI, wlhen t h (leniril 16)ad stecure(
con trol of t he 'ort I,ova;l ant A tguista
Ntoadl by 1he4 pllretis!- of .111> shares
at a cost of ,l7&.uu. ''li road thmi
wvelit, under Ithe 0Central's linle, and it
i.s showvi what.4 ribtvere grallh-d
thll corporation when in D)evvinher.
I5>9, .li-4 ctier was e.x tetided so as to
alfow the road to rti into the city tf
'I'lie coiliplaiit gives a complete his
tory of t he variis reoi-ranizat ions ai i
an explanation of the varion:. series mll
.itovks and bonds. It also states fily
Lhe circimstatices which ltd to the is.
sing of the 7,iIshares of stock in
187S luli their fivisioii ilnto two series.
Tlie chief interest, however, in the
comuplaint, is the Iart. which refers di.
rectly to t he causes for asking for the
repeal of the charter. All firt.ugh i the
paper there are references to 1.he illegal
w.-es L.o wileh the ('entral is puttiing
the 'ort l\ni-,if and A tgista Iod.
Ibiit the4 cliliax is reached ill the StI
and . I sections, where the Attorntey
Gene.ral futhrallt'ges I'.hlt, 11nder t he
plretlded naine and by illegal Ise of
I Ie fraichises of I lit' Port Niyal and
A lgumsta ililway Coillniiy, they lave
ialit'(l he bu11silness of the 'orrt Noy
aIl atI' Aligist.a lIailway inl siuch an
ner as barely to keep pll tho ro.l at its
lowest state of life coinpatible with
exist ene at~ all; thaot, tin-y have~*t con.
ducte~dfthie aff.tiurs of ft'e l'rt I l.i.a
ali Aum gustat -hilway (iniipany cou)I
I ra.ry t,o the~ ('st, int erest, of that, con --
paly; t.hai, t hey hiave. discritiniinnted ini
fretghlt, rat es by' arbit rary retilrei ieints
a gainlst t fhat. railroad anid againist the
(lts'(t a nd warehouses at. l't' loyal;
t hat, thIey ha;ve di vtttd a large palrt, of
l,he business which would naturallytf
c(tlne ovt'r the Il'ort, Illoyafl iiiilway atn(t
carried the same over other lines; that
they have rendered useless puiirpottst Iy
and( dlisiatle(d t lie wharves, t,he dock a
the elevators andl ware houses which'
h adt b eein erected at great. ex peinse at
I'ort, lioyat, ari<d have caulsed the saineit
t.o becotite a total loss, and have causedl
t.he colupress t lbe rt'inoved f ronm I'ort.
ttl'vaIl; tat, they Iiave reiniotved theit
ro llftig sto(ck1 of the road ata iniarkedl it
wv i tine nine oIf tthe (Ce'itral liailroadl
aind Ia itk ing (CotaiIpy; thatt theiy have
aillowedI Ilie roadbed andt track t.. run
downi, anid haive faihlt tot ptropelrIy
iiiainiitaain the samet'; tha :t ttheiy Ihave
nie It charges agiinst, thet Il'ortf I oyalI
andt( A iguista I tal ia which are int.
properly chtargt'able to it at all, ait
have endtea'vtreid to deprivye it of ti affie
whIih nliat,lurally beloiigs to it; that t hey
hiavie lluarlindiat edI the rates so ats tto
t hrii w every betnelit in favor of flite
'm'nt rall Co11 ipany ait againist t,he Il'oil
lIall aid Autgust,a iauilwa.y ; anI, ini
sliorf, t hat, thet iroadt has beeni anil is ht
in g cindctlited enii.irely aga ist it.s owni
int Ierests5, and( it ftav'or ofI the I ift' rest s
ol th ft' (entratl It'ailroadl atitiBlinkinug
'onmiiuny, otf G eorgiai, sand its systtin.
It, is I irthetr c'ha.rgetd that,I tie ttrn
troll in g ii tt'rest was setcure ito( cton trtol
t.he iroadt atitl [ot, for1 a ltegilinhate pitr
1St'0. Tlha tt. t' e'oad( was clai ee iittt li
ilaake' a itik oIf propl ,S(' linet t.hroigth
a We'sf ('rn doil .tct ion ini S t h Caitr(I
lina arnd at l'mtt, lI oyal. That~i. it' C~e:i
t.ratl hltttt tdots ntf formj withI thle Il'ort.
loyal aind .\ iguislt ailway a contllini
tlts atni 'onneitctinog ln'. lit ts ini
teres s iii detst ro irig te ro,ii as a
rival is ftr mnore thaniti h e v 'tie ol t
s tcks an d b onids ineicessary 1:1 s'curien
ihe contirol tof fit'e l'ort Itoval arnd A i
giista fRaIl way. The tooitlihng intter
i-si. Was secudii'tl simiply, tt cru tsl 41ut. t
ri val anI compitfito(r.
tost' contlferred ipcn It. bty fte laws of1
fihe St'.te of (Georgla or bty ifs tchartfer.
an hitt f thle Potrt. lI yal antI A it
gust aIt ltIi(l Is whollyf unml.wf'il amal
shoittt lit deiclart'd vttid, foi' f-.ie rea'sonl
that its 'ha~rfter dot's notl. athori-ze lie
ftais ntt( su ch auitfhori ty uiinder'i its owni
Thtl . it,l Oi creattr it It he sti at.t i
G eorgia auiif it.S potwers iare I itl ins I I by
the1 cha rtter if.t,'eeivedl fromo tha t St ale
whichl ae violaitt d. Thle laws ihand pub-1
tic ptOlIey oft both Sot.hl Carol inai anid
Getoirgia ttrbid such townership oft
stotck. 'The hold inrg and votIng tof sutch
st.ock is titravires,ulawfil arnd againist
public policy andl a minasInga nda per
version of the franchises granted by
the State of South Carolina, andi should
be prevented, interdicted aini ousted
by this Court.
The 9th claise alleges that "the Cen
tral systein is in-siolvent. That by the
failure of the president, directors and
other ollicers of the 'ort Royal and
Atigusta Railway to propErly protect
all(d aiswer for the said company and
by their imuproper and milawfil aiding
and abetting the said Cent.ral Iailroal
Company, ill its plans and objects, the
rights and interests of' the 'ort Royal
atid A gusta Railway Cornpany have
been jeopardizel and disreg-trdid. andl
its franchises surretndered ito the
liandu of a foreign corporation; and
that the said I'ort f oval and A uglIsta
iailway Comnpany has stripped itself
ol' its property and surretnleret its a
franchises, abandone<d it citumt er. atd
is no longer in position to I'tillill its oh.
higatiins t.o the public trmt conmmittei
to it, by the State ol' Sout h Carolit a. t
That, it is faitlilss to its trist and giii I h
ty ol abdication, deliberate atd wilt al v
of' its clarter and 'ranciiises. That, tn
t I the sahi unlawfuil abIses ire( ret*0111 '
died the charter aid friwhise4 shotil U
be otiiedtial i orfeited." r
'l'he A tt orney ( eneria states t.ha' the M
suit, is brotight by direclion of' the
State, andtI<llot.es I',be act.ionl o, I.hle
I egislatil re.
The getneral opinion is t-hat. till at
Politinent. of Col. Averill will be llabiv
perilalletit, ana tihat tHe cast. will then
be varried to the I Init.e( Si ates Cort.
I'he Federal Cotir(s ia ,e airomdy p- b.1
pointed ir. II. N. CoIer as recviver s
of the sVtemPll, anl it. i14 not, knilown Ihow LI
the possWoib coi lict of altt instritv w ill ih
be regardi-d. it. i. siggest e(I here I ha;,t
at'ter the sitnation is tibierstooi I lij
appointi ent of Col. Averill will be at
lowed to stand. -News ,aaiI 'ourer.
SUICI JE OF JJHN C. bQJIER.
'ill isr'Iciibirw ot the Trravic F.tvmit of
141)a t 4nciay. t
A Special fro1 ("astonia, N. ( . to
the Ch.iriotte 0bservvr,says: No other
icident ever sent so thrilhi.g .a shock b
(o iaa heart of this remimai'y as thet. (
dva)th bY his ,wn ia!., t .\iMr. .lohn C. (
S(itm-r. on yest.rdaY. \s a oineib"r of
thek firm o,I .iiiiier ,\ Coipally h W1as
well kniown atnd a iversally esteeina 1l
ini busitnest vircles her. arid nt. tliali
oraly, hut. as i Ilnnbilber ati dPacon oW
tihe ( Bapist ) ChIath, ans his Ch i'Istian
character was beyond reprotacl a.
pic.i.tily did his firm Yet geJile Iatbr Ir
attrac. the wara.st. Irien<ship. ii is
beariiig and well kntowit characer
W4re jut1. si1h as One woalil tev e
itkely to assoviate wisth sefftrai1ii.i 'a
<deailb; hienve the nr-tater the noiisiijy,
of thw shock his i trivldts It-it, on hiar- i
!1in1, lih. appalling niews oU his de.t ih.
Y eit-erd iy beliote 1 i)'clovk, jius as
our people were rt Imrniing in their !t
hotaie Ilroil the w4iingi service. Iris'1
IIPwS went as it ot phan1toi1 Wings, ly.
ing t.o every part of'the to\wi. I hat."Mr.
S;glier is dlead.' Mrs. Stimadr, jAt I rotm
ch irch, picked itp a letter attlressel to
her by her itishaind, aaid retma the
words. ".\y doair wif'e -II ath st-pa
rat ov ts Iothay." she seirctaed t treet
rooins hastily, ran to the back yard ain v'
searclet and witfh 'ar ga1e, athering a
heavier aboiit, her heart, retur41 ria it
opened the dining r(oi clOr. I1he' c
cauglt, sight of Iher laishiland's feet oIt
the floor and ruished wit a soreain 1*or s
hielp. Sie an her Isbai's intimate
frientdi, kiiowingr that he(- wits slightly
lindisposed anld t.hat, hwe1 havil di rvat
vitle with part ial paralysis, Iti g ht
ttuth a paralytic stroke hall cmonl- alt
in cal ine. evena It' sidlnly. hall enad
v<d his lit'e. l'h1 writer bIiig ar , WAs
amiong t.he lirst. to reach t l t se. ie is i
I'velings cainot; be dii-islribed, as, tit l
entering the p-irtly open door it(, hs si w o
htis f riend( 4 'at. st rht.(cheds aiponr t.h' flooir
ber'ores himu, bnat.hia'l ini his owni blood (
arnd a.'aspinag in ha:8 fast. sttarggle. \ r
large woun<al in tiae right teieia was
bt)ingi i pr'ofuasa' .
Ily his flft side tato1 jast. iatier't th ii
palin) of hiis lef't h aud lay a :2-a'alibre ii
re'volver(' oneo ch aanbear atiapty. li 'was
cartie<l for1 w'ithi tuhe best auiacsal sk ill,
I lunige<4 cearut tharough~f te brtainl'ri'n
t.emp le to t.eniplle. At 2 o'cloc4k '
It. was soon learn'e<la that 415eat h biy his
owns'i hant14 ladi'ti heen are't'ully planeii'f. a
l''ridfay lie ibouaght, a isist. Sat uardiay
bie bioaaght ipaper f'or I has spea'''l pu11 4
ihs h01(1 inasist.edl that, Airs. Ssiatitr atlt eaal
tnil t'litng hae~ 1) . frt .4tet iea II b falr. .1 . I)I.
Nloores, an<)4 1.41 %15rs. Silla. lit i- t ats'i
liiis ieathi was tiihe resaull ol' saaia'asl
iillealiaco)lii stilai(tlai'e4 iby I sitsjlr
t.rotiibles. Not1 a partil 4'4'~4 iiishonoa4r
at,tachiesl to).he4 inan, anl a taosl.tunabor
(Iliflh inivest igattioni oft his lbuasinass al -
f'inis t'sveals 1isI jiast'i,lase' l'r 5leSpbOli
Thet 'l 4) 'r1n Mst 344' I',int
('b.t'.\ttlA, S. C., i-'eb. I.\I;aj >r
(Ganahil, o t.h Il' isrt li'oyail ia'f Ws'tin
C~ar'olinia lioada, w~'as li t.he' city ye'st 4ri
daay s'eig whaitI (<ibii heb sioie atlbut
t he ltyttnert of1 as It iaxe's, aibot wh'ich'
inuach lhiS alre'ady boen'f sIal. 'het
Staute nliitais tail itnsist thlaat ii a' taxes
hIave4 to )4 be pasi to1 thea4 respect1 i ve 4cobun
t.y I reastarers, anril It.a he latv e rio
right 41to'accept. all sor taiVfy t potaon aui if.
f.svrlitbr 'itllsiara tat lalkingj~ witbi iine
iabilit, t iih bal.iileth 44tI~ Ia fihe t' p ra t
15enailty, w%hitch ihe ittih-i isaoo was aft
sst, satidl that he hil hetti lsosktig sil
Ihae lI on th ilIle siihject. ta ati cobia h liaa
114) athorisity by whsiah he4 or .anybotiy
e'lset coatb helia'fp thae ro.4rl. 'Tht' taxes
tisi taf.h pealt y wouh'aiihav itotts'1 be paul,
ati li attiy red4fre-a waIs se caaretf it. (cal1ibi
onaly lbe t.haraligh fith' I.s'ishat.aarn at ti1s
it'xt s'e'sitbi. NbwsV' atiat (.1411ri' r'.
M 41.4.1:R ta, St. a 1.Ieyn
Ibarlital the 44'14 tor t Ii Fahv:'rd Woodsa lior
the casket lhis stet's alei, wasM 11ut onI bay
inisftake5. Mrsa. Woo-l'Msid.d ta5 Iearti 441
fIhis util erl da.4''t i a lletlta wiatas . Sis
'4 Mtbti4ewhitt. i4ti14er.t.a ill 4. ta' I ial tbtlsee
c stisiti- ited t'a:at. atlli'88 a.liit il a -
.Mtstore tao ts owtVis't thes si wrsti!,l l,s!fb) A
had thae tcorpse5 <h-sinterred''a, I he si ain ''
at shs'its wast ii1ade, atidf tie bodia w.
ften ilijail at s's sidi a )lle.
Sa'a--:. a iF.- ws'es'at inas' ira 1.he N a5 ain -
at iaiuse 41 Ib-pretsentla!IV,-.s last. .\io
slay 4alta /lttg thflit o' It the lat.e
lainenstt'd Conbtgressuaaiana "S t4taose hay
Coagrsesstnata*Ia- irlaauria aill aa'hrs.
Capt,. Stae'kihoeta waus a toist, exs'ellenrt
clitizeni anrd dfese4rv'ed all t.h41 praise lie
reneivedt of t.he sneakers.
SlERIFF NANCE ON TOr'
N TE F114E11r WITl THE ICII.ECMAID
'aho (4moergia Coaitral, I.eme of the Port
'toVai a Win Wslern Carolhiam Bogn fbutr
tor. --roceooliIga I t Court.
('o I.t'M iiA,* S.(J., ,ak. 30.--Sherill ]
lance olA beville Count,v was a happy
lan vesterday. lie wa very iiapiy. In
Iet, lie wasitJst bhlabblin with exult
IL twas all in colseqluence ola victory
clieve .a by the Stite of' S mth Corolina ;
ym- i li,-hIit wiLi t ic 'ort lRoyal 111141
Vestern (arolina Itilroad (Coiipany In
ie ITidt(-d States Circuit Court at Char- I
!ston Afliid ty morning. And in that
ictory Mr. Nance had a big 4hotre. 8
I t will be remembered that on the L
Ist instant, Sherill, Nance attem, pted S
detain the throu,ri Irei,_'it and male. I
al train of the l'ort Itival and West- J
-it ('arolia Railroad it Ireenwood oil
t.i exctition, hut that his oli14-ial or
1 W11a disregarded by the train can
It was reported a1t that tim' that the S
,w aromtid the train enjoyed a b)i 4
eh ait the eXimnse of the h11-rIlned o
wriff". Mr. Nance now 8miles I with PI
klety and serelity onl the wt.rellyth of I'
ie ()hit saw, that "lih lluhli- be.st iwho
m,.;hs lamt." I
Na,L cmltent with disobeying the sler.
'4 order, liild rni11nl1111g away and le tv- p
him tlo 'lie mwierey of the lauilhil)t
'w at1. (greeIw1od, the Central I11
>ad( andl EP.mkin, Comipany of" (,'eor,_Ial1
('s-k(e oF the I'Art liyal and Wi-stern L
'artlina iiHroIM d R610 1 iCOM)Iny) instlituted t
re'N'(ILs aigin(st, li in) Lhe mIijed
ials (r111it CouMIrt at (Ch.arleson, "to f,
low cause Why lie should not bo e, Im- I)
i'ted lr contempt., " and also ''to tor I
I hi1*1 fr.)ll interlerinw Wii the prp q
ty o0 the Part I >yal and West.rn1 I
arolnIa lIilroad. or arreitimg or Int.er
rin. with its coniductors tramtiel .
A ile to that elIeet was issued by
tid,e S-Imonltol, andl Sherill, Nantce atl
'iro in ('mair at, ( iarlesn ysterdIy
'lrt1 . ltit insteald of he mg visited
ith dir: IIuishmillet for trying to pl!r
alrm1 him dtll y, the Sherl11 ol A bheville I
as 1leet(d with ai pleasant little sir
The vreat and indenenldan1 tiand defi- |11
lIt u(Iorpoi aIt io got downj troij its hih
Insv' its ilon horm. ba it reae.11- P
elv I -Iid begved for peace, suea lor
1alrler, oidev 1. The WaLY it camue albout
shlwn ili the 1'ollowitig order: It
"The rule heretofore granted ill lhiis
Ise aug'ainlst 1". W. It. Nance, Fsq.,
herilltt A hevilie County. c(-Oinl up t
a he hi ard onl I hil 3thI .1 alimiary, I iZ493. I
Ir. (i.anuRahil'm' for ttiti-ner, oil Whose m110- e
)n the rile was trartnteid, moved lo dis- s
1isv tht atid rule with costs to the pe.
tiamvr. Thereip the ilotion i3 gralit- e
it, ami said rule is dismissed wit I costs I
s al iresaid. And the Said Sheriff* hav- 1)
Wf disclaiiled all intellt (X acting in b
>ntemlpt ol this cour'. c
"I t is o nre I that, so mItch ol the
kid rule as relates thereto be disch ared.
"I oni.ed Slates ,Stge.
"':nath ,I'tliuarv, s''."
News al Lie Victory wiai reveIved I Ij
11himbi111ia veryN <pillikly Itter it becamewliv
Iawln in ('larlestlon, and very liatlral- ( r
(,IViTe4rn' TillIIanI anad the ot.her t<
eInlbt-rs (it the( afilii4tra ioni In the cI. b);
( were hi-hly vratiied. cl
WVha'ni aakead aoiut it, the ( soverno iiaI'
11Ii Ihe h a i onidently lotoked lair vito. ~
:ai i th! ceeatore Wax not). Stirp risedl at Ia
ie r'estit. lie iad leed that in strucetiaons 1.3
adI alr eady baeen gi Vt nI tior othier Shierills
itough~lout thie State to pr1otced as diad 1
herIlF Naonce wherever tecesi ty Icor
ml h actlain exists.
l'h e e heeL, af t1 his Ibaclk -alo wn14 LI i.e
ar. af the rilr ioad Icompan4111y will bei
uit the raiilradas ini South (:airolins will I
LavC 4 'iit to 1 V a w ih their ti'aes '
iihave ItheIr tralins and14 coinlet.or.t
trastedl and4 deCtained,lh
A La t'e~ lelm was reei ved here vest.ir- I
aly 511a\4L m I tat M r. ( i anal wouid collE*
> ('a hibia in see ( averi>r Tfilhnanil
i te bo)14aii ofihviou tie p4enalty I
a his entuani a;i y rei'ttda. at
Atinneyaia senerial Taownisendl 114 a d
air [lie StatIa, re turnied to thie ity
es.'teray4' rlromI ('harlelstonii, wherel'4 tbey
:1lad ilon t4) loo0k alterao the: St11Lat'
.iterelst tlo this ca (Isi. Th'ley were, 1a
tax ito bei expc4 etedl, very muchtl
rati Iliad bay the insult.
Shier il Nancle stioppedC4 over iln
'uyaans. Ilie i'4 gliad 4)1 his vinidient.aoi,
hld al thie victory l.hait hil 4 baeen wonit,
-his5 triilnit thie enemiya" ( iluldinig te
11434 Ltion1 I pipa 11rom1 t1enville to
harile"'tond w i:ll nowi linda L.h t, their
XIIIlIt andI ill hioredi'ti I atu4lhter at his
x l'4tse '> hias dleveloipead Iii a ase' 4
hie "driy . r.n15,"-- Pee ster.
'.lte 4'was shtian lay an1 arthqu41ak'
hilt inorning and4 inauilf live lost145. lii
ha'e aown aof % olte Iliany housi~es were
rIe Red, a1144 the4 ove'anlts rani iln
lheu ilal -au elts In to the sitre'at. Theia
aual aot the prnisal Itell in am114 manyl
>r15 4onerIs waera woundedtt34. Tlhie guiarad
1 1 alitouled . Th le wll s of [the prisoni,
Shichl h1w44 b,eeni Hlpr ing and c racsked,
Aa rte br'aed'. 'Thei liaspaital wats sha~keni
allr.s se'ttled', and( the 4 riof suniik se'v
ral If'et . The I a'ltt enldant.sL ran from theii
unbillini d eetraIl%V'41Iiieda with allIi.
a:iity, ha lf'li all iu later, toa raeturn aial,j
i4'hIp raeinov) e l.he pt ia'ntIs to1.01anot hi
sart ol taa n town. 'Two hours late;
ownV wiV'as shai,keni by rep etd a'- r
io'ises la'll ia ll <aa tl~4erst -- thle
a san~: ah'a.anne sto unaf 1 ai4Cks,
Ii I ia'rs were't raemiovedt nd thie
i 14ani--, llied fromn tl'-" hit man4iy
-rowJed a the stre'4et. an' T'hie peopleii,
'11'Scora of I failit's It a houses, andt
-iamp in [lie liuilds o) market, placeI.
.\tlay <h-:l b alhies h;: 'II the toawn to
the4 iailui a N idaa a h i te outLsktIrts.
repoia'I to have I va' been foundil( in
It, has1 been iminp 11nd1red oir more are
tr(oopsi wit ii ssibtle t) get Itirther
the relief ofl overnimt'nt tias stnt ott
tents andit provisions f or
THE ANTI-OPTION BILL
oameal lae U itedl tates Sgaill te lay m g(ool
WA-SIlNI;T0>;, 11"(b. L.---Th Senajtet
Festerday afternoon passel the anti
ptii bill by, Ia IjoiKy a ''evf'n voteS.
flvin thie bill was 1taken ilny, t1tv-lhoirs
or taking th votes todtaV were pr< -
ongeI oi lt (ieorge sut i tale from
to :3 p. in , an<d oni tUe Jil itself 'rout
tol 1 p. n. At 23:15 thill disciassion oil
lie bill ('10losed Wil the vot.1Ig be -gan.
The first vol e was on the amuendmient
4leri by ir. \'ilas, to st,rikei(l. W teit
eorge slibst iit ite 1 te w i s -t)pt.oli
[aIi I itilres as iereihfore delineti, are
ereby (eclared to be Wbst.'I'lltais to
nlid r(str:ainis iipmn mnonerce aming
ht SIttes ati witi cotatirs cntries,
n141 to beI IIIL?;al aMld Vold." Th'le vote
/ms: Y en, 21, itys .Oil; ,-)i the anent
lent was ie'eaten.
Thle Ilext vot wil a.%% s n th Ie ( og Stib
Lititte, which pr(INvodoi aeltchire the
lisiniess o)f (opt ils :al lut rlirs an ob.
lacle Ift an(id lest iti t litpit callialere(,
11( to tat' ilh-j.. I :a11il VI)II. 11, w%.as ir*
wted --ye"is 11. Ila. s .1.
The 4114t-st im was 1 4 b 1 1 t e p.;4 -
Ze of Ie tlll. 'xahlitatimns 4t iha'
asol s why Ihlaey fel. Itopelltil t t)vItet
;ainst tIte bill wert ivt.tl Iv li is,
erry, l iale, \a.cir e, Ihgiitler an<d \'est .
Iveral other auneienti wt-re pre
'ti a i all1 werv r"a - <l4 , mm wi lt
it. a livision . Thel hill %;,a s then
Is4vd vea;iI ll, flay., '9. 1im vialwin
lihe- NAt. inl il-t; l:
Yeas -.\lis.m, libu-R hulrn, ('aIll, (Ca
7, C'ha lr Citt ckr (' ell,. C' h i, 1 iaavis
Ilbmls, V-.vine , I-' lmi, I-'ty , ;. la
-r, (~iior<l u, l a , l abr<ml, ii ;v
y, mlim,ans, li ia , Irhi v. Ki vlo, .\l
illai, .\Mia rs, .\ itcht-ll, .\i r anl, I
orlill, P'4l.,1'-kinls, Pl tlgl.w. ,
rm et.'nr, Sill--rl im i, SIIII 1) , "' Jill I (,w,k
1:ge, Telit.lr, t'utpil., \-.at t l'hasvt. \all
rali, ishliirn :md i i r.
Na.\ a l ierry, iio ahitt. %st l Cr t 'a
ry, C'.; nerml, I'o ,- I)i e l %\sw. -,
i Xa11, l l'. tarina i y lii M irris.
ill, 'llisvm.k, kal ) a l i t .\ "r i s i I
el41h.rsmi, M\lilk, I'ahnil-r, P-atlt, I'IghI,
is,m), aw er:vwatrt. \V :,\I hs
hIIe alld i \\ 2i't '.
P'airs wor- mmittwcll h4twei-n (
ile atl ' . i 1ii -k, l rich :m.1 i IaY,
lie atirl \lvilt , .Ii0ii a 4 ' r N' ai:. a itIy
milid( s, Pav)'. Vand CA' , \ '- a t't i:
arrei. I t l hi l I ha tit w p,iss-.4 hY
me 11111nsq. 41 1,'-pre t ;tl s o .111t 4n.1
b1'1 , w%,it 1vaii%m s si-nat..'. tl i nil
Thea) 1t li t, e t n a' <iiint aa,' tai e wor
apit'ti" It) au- a 'is ani r a ;lio r a ir
tt re ll I ' u , Ir \it' hii tis' iah a
t.r-imi, aly 4' h rt at ich-: lilt-ait Imit'I i
' 11 1 3. T h1,i'4. : il s, - :i ' deliies
EIt.is" to i- I t' r;a t t agl.rev
et, 11, a iell a nd alliv'r at. fia l'.i
il r wit bin -athi'eti ta iil perlt )aI, tty
liuch, t 41i lIs wihtn 1 l- ar y 11a >i' 4 1 .
at l wt' ilas I va s t i'ilf r l sm 'h ar
eals,' iii ltal alit's'' ral" 11r t 'i ri't. Ii
ver, Is ti ti a pll It aiiy c ii t u t
ipply 1a 1 itonal,: it i r ani 0in tIl ll\
1" 1 in ts' wis i ii Itig 'lich ;ii ;cit.s; lim t4o
mlta vts IY Ittrilleas t. all I03it rS foo t
itare (delivery; im o) Igreviieents to
ay r iahver parts (of Ihll priniis ()a
'i s copt-it ' i i tl Im. is i st-, I as
I1.A8ati ml It' r ' I ilm>r m 111m . iem.
bef, do4)11 fil s 1111I; Imr ito)gennw
*tliii 'ar rut ir p atrs ow to Iarnish
Ich art'lel.-S for)1 ulse IIr cmnsmlp0in
-mvieti i lat s hllI con r,t ts raI rei.
lIe S 1t 1h; 1 no . I lia,14 -. t It 'ledi m-ml
, v 11milrdell tradol. (1r exch;am4f.. 'I'lle
Itr s(.lion sievifil-it th' arl if-l's too
hich thl hill i .ii appl '', as cWt i,
ittw Or illi III aal a c ill vd a ll hopa , ' a lval,
1 ir , ats,1 tve, bar-lv , I muk, lard ai nd
lte,Int 'I' II.T lI i- I a a ei II' i mI p asli. sl pi
ail t.aiA\V SWi t t d l 'WS: I i-al r m a'-p -
'n" oa'tu es t i t yearl'
.aitte l iesaaa ive jali a p< i a onc
nhihic s,a park hird lor t h- ' I ,; Ii 'i wlln
i re at li. t' it<l t It il l'r al f ritt' -
etl(ax :u at' slti.i 'an I.~ ' pr valis hailal
i? ~at shal ''tlak Stll't a'n' i he titiast.1o.
t It illed'i ai th aI-: at' :ia ' . %tli
tIA t'in i u.I tt b.li at aaiilTr' sa I.uniii
oan taita'lrwecein ' ip i'-'hekht. irwh
er''t rii.nell: o it werei'l h tic aaltarlbyl
tll )aii i h.a' irk lt' rtai ii, ta it. 1r.11
V' their 'uIh-iniaaa ini i- hal.th
S.intrin; ,Oa, vess l i. i'w ellt m recov
LIed sa.leliii en ly: ai tll tat >ry'ti a t.
'hait'sti vhtittie.t lal Tey Te wa in?
lir -J.tFlt wh t hletia a~l y-l'hi pi'
ii') Iis i.a)t t nii'l .;L vi l a w it it we t tOitly
'hent of 09 that t Lhere wsn
WANTS TO BE ANNEXED.
NEWS OF A BIG REVOLUTION IN THE
ISLAND OF HAWAIIA.
Tihe t uen not troneci and a Commission
Smilt to 'lh im country to ank Protection
att Annexittion to the United States.
SA N F A NCi.ScO, .Jan. 28.--The
I1-awaiiin ste-amnship "Claudine" has
arrived, and brings intelligence of a
revolition in 1ionolulu. The revo'u
Lioin overthrew the government. On
the 15th tie Queen asked the Cabinec
o sign the consttition distranchising
foreigners and pitt the whole govern
iniit ii the hands of the natives. 'Che
Ministers refused and the Cileen threat
oned thel 'nuy 'lied, but reton:ved
later and induced the Queen to post
poie the coup. A public meeting was
held in front of the palace, and a native
orator demanded the lives of the Minis
ters. The citizens formed a commit
tee of ':9-fety at a mass meeting.
The Uiifted States steamship "Bs
ton" landed 3(m) armed marines and two
gat iling guns were placed in front of
the Iegation. A provisional govern
mneit was forned with 8. B. Dale as
preisident. Ieo issued a proclamation
ibrogat.ing Ihe ionarchy and establish
itiga provisional government until an
iinxat ion i secnred with the United
S; I Ls. All the oflicers of the
rovernment continue their functions
xcept t he Qleen and Marshal
Wilson. Te Cabittet of the
J,wen retirea and the troops sur
entierei. (onimniis-ioners Thurston,
'itle, Welder, Marsden and Carter
nave arrived here to obtain annexation
in ine it ited Statew. It is not known
w-hal siteps the Uuited States govern
nvit, will take about, the natter.
.1 anunmn (.. itlaiain lA)nensi.
W Asni i NuTON, Jan. 27,-James G.
Ilaune died it I I o'clock this morning.
Ie passeid a restless night, and this
nrn011ow was very weak.
0mortly befre 1 o'olock a change for
le worse mccurred, and bot.h physicians
VerTe histi suiimmoneld, and they re
ni-ied at his bed until be died.
I Iis death was iuiet aid oeaceful, and
le relaliked conmciousnie-3 intil a few
nimits before dissolution. Iis entire
Wuily, Miss Iod !e, and the trained
iurs Wvre it the bedside.
'Io a report.er, )r. Jlohuson said: "I
Was called ti0s morning to the Blaine
c-letnce about 9:30 o'clock, and found
M r 11ame in a very extiatusted condition.
lIe had grnwn weaker duringthe early
nrinnt, hoiurs, and about 8:30 o'clock
lhie nise observed t,hat his breathing
w'.s mre diflivult, and his pulse more
lech'e than It had oeen. Dr Hyatt was
ISo se,l L it io. and he arrived there about
lI 'clock. After iny arrival Mr.
flaiine conitinied to grow weaker very
raiI , his pilse becomningn more feeble.
I I thed <it t I o'clock. lIle was perfect
l coNm ma to wit,hin i few minutes
of his dhathI, and ie recognized all those
.rolnild him. lIe dicd without suffer
Ir. I I yatt said 13!aine's death was
tivi to shiner exhaustion. le was un
willing Lo make a statement regarding
tie e xact disease of Blaine until he re
Vived the consent of the fimily.
News of Blaine's deadi spread like
vilolfire. (Crowds gathered ou the cor
ier. and visitors llocked to the house,
I,v. Ir. '1. S. flanmlin, who was pas
-ii-, Inc house when tihe announcement
>I his dv-iti was made, it once entered
nod rieiined with the _i-ily for some
((i Mi-i[iuA, S. C., Feb. 1.-A horri
de necideont occuirreid soon after night -
ill fast, evening, fby which a young ne
rio was almnost, decapitated. Many
will riecall hearing a loud explosion
thotin. 7 :3i o'cnock. It was the death
kint'llI of thne lad referred to. The ex
plion occu ried in the yarid of the sec
11nd( inewri cabin on tIhe east endt of'
ernvais street, betyotnd t he "T in liridge."
ilihose who first reached t,he scene
ti)i i ni a hnorrnIblhe sigh t, and great ex
'Itit iiint, ensu~ied. It seeinis that, a 13-.
year -uhl negro boy nmemd L,oinis WVhite,
inen cotapainy wvith aniotheir lad about the
s;ine age wenit ini tine front, yard with
wilit, as near as 'an he ascertained,
was anlar ge dynamnite cartridge. On
il his,i witIn a hnateihet, thne boy opened up
a "p l ay" blacksmi thn shop, beati n ghis
irit iipion it, as ani anvil, It did not
bikfe innnit y inu tes of ham merngf
mdii e thne cx pnlosi'm. When the sn o
ilea reid Loniuis was foiund sor'10ke
away nmortially wouiinded. .gj1j feet
sine andit top of his hea;'tirne right
itiarly ti, aind his brain;1 waus blown
SwasH a snckeininig si werexposed.
i*ntpaniion was blnh t.1 'The boy's
bit ry inge Inoy s 1)ome distance,
miry. i i I the, boyy escaped serious in -
iedo ne iv he -'was remiioved tio the in
v ,,ie(T" .nouse, and soon1 the whole
~*~isinriounnded by a throng ot
, negroies. It, was well nigh ima
- to gt aconect<tstory from
wonen i iiMake a iloiod Onci.
W A su Ii [nrN, .Jani. 27.-lt, is whnis
in.ted Irimi in i( CoingreHsioinal circles
hnatI Setamliuhtler is being urged fo)r
hie' istmnaster' G cenral-ship, and Sena
Ir nth ivwa induiced t,) take sides wit,h
'niti , hnnn1ping tio kill oIl f lutler's peas
,ei m. - :i air in a le Ir reinises to) dircuss
hne siertm, iut iu is ktnown that a num
wr- nil prmtitinn l)(lmtcrats in WVash
~no n amnd Newv Yonrk hnave suggest.ed t,o
Mi r 'le vel uni thant. Senator lBut ier would
maike ain almirabnle l'instmaster General.
N'inatori I o.ler has no Cnabinet, aspira
ti;ins, as Ine prefers to remuain in t.he Son
ate. 113 hast atn elcecion coining on, ndu
ue is gett.:ng readuv for the cointest and
dInes nt appnear to be g'iving any atten
iinn to thne (Cab-net bnoomu which some of
his frieada have si.art.ed without consnlt.
ang hi m. - -News and Courier.
ilatnger oft Naunria ' la.
A Ni n-:nLSON, INil., Feb. .-Natuiral
gas expliOdle(I in a hnouse occupied by
I'lysses S. lIrunson at mithdght. The
house was com pletely w recked, and fivYe
persomni sernounsly injured. r iysses s.
I .irunson wvas badlly burine-l about the
hnead. Mrs. lirinson was blown
thrughn a door and brnnised as well P5
biirned; shte will dine. Sarah lirtnson,
If years old, Mary lirunson, 7, and Del
lie liraso". 3, were blowin ot of their
beds aii badly burned about the face
and legs. A leaky service pipe caused