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again to put, up his pistol, and said
'1 have given you no Occasion to
draw weapons on me, and I want no
fuss.' He then lroppodt his pistol
from my face to my breast. I was
sitting in tho wagon whittling a
stick. I had no weapon, but my
driver had a pistol, a Derringer, be
longing to me, and which I had
given him to carry. I had killed a
rabbit with it as we cainO on. When
I hade Duckworth ia second time to
1Tt up his weapon, I said, 'Alfred,
I want you to understand that 1
want no trouble with you.'
THlE FATAT. SHOT.
I then dropped my hand into the
Wagonoers pocket and took the piis
tol and cocked it, and said again, the
third time, 'Alfred, I want no fuss
with you--I want only a gentleman's
chance.' -To replied, 'Got out of
that wagon !' His pistol was cocked
and aimed at ime. I drew mino and
fired on him. As I did so, and
when the ball struck him, his
pistol wont ofl and the ba,ill
struck under tho wagon-whcol. I
111ppos00 his linger contracted when
he was hit, and fired off his weapon
He fell against the fence. Land
ford was behind the wagon and two
pistols in his hands. A man can
think pretty fast in such a moment,
and I thought 'the best thing I can
do is to run around and tako Land
fords pistols from him.' Then I
thought that would be a risk, as he
might kill me. I started up the
road and had gone about thirty
yards, when Landford shot at me
and kopt shooting until ho had shot
four times. IIe missed me every
time, and I thought 'iif that is the
best you can do I will go back and
kill you with a rock I' Then I
thought, as ho had two pistols, he
might kill me, so I crossed the fence
and wont on up the hill. I waited
for my wvagon to come on, but a
man met it and turn ed it bacik.
A VISIT TO soUTu cAHOLINA.
I cILmlo over inito South Carolina,
and the next day the news came to
me that they thought it was all right
with Duckw'or th-thc doc tor had
attondied him and dressed his
wvound, (it w is in the throat) and
said lhe would gct well if they didn't
move him They moved him, the
wound bled afresh, and lie dlied thait
night. They examined him and
found that lie had no warrant for
me. Th roe men, however, jump l~ed
on their horses and wvent to Frank
Case's to get the wvarrant, and he
wouldn't give it up1. Case soon
after sent mne word that if I wvould
Come andI give him two dollars and
a half (costs) ho wvould givoe me the
warrar.t. I thought it would do me
no( good, andl so I didn't go for f.
Ho has it yet. Trho names of th'ose
wowere present and saw the kill
ing were Peter Linee, his son, Wil
liam Lince, and Bass Glassby. They
could prove all I have said. * * *
Duckwvorth's father told Jim Can
troll, the other day, that his son
was high.-strung andl had clone
wrong. Th~lat when he was first
killed lie wanted them to get me.
but since I had been0) s0 p)erseculted
he would do anything lie could to
hell) me. Hie hoped, ho said, that I
would get out of the way. He said,
at the same timo, that he supposed
Rcdmjond wvould kill him, too, now,
if lie got a chance but I would not
hurt him or any other man, unless
they force me to do so. Cantrell
told him as much, and that I would
come laughing, and if I had any..
thing to drink he wouldl got it. Hie
would be just as good to you as lie
would to me.'
wILLINo TO BTURRIENnER.
"The feeling against me on ac
count of Duckworth's killing has
died out in North Carolina," saidI
Redmond, in concluding this por
.tionl of his stoiry, "and I wvould be
perfectly willing to go there and
surrender myself any day for trial if
my case could be tried in the State
Courts. I am not willing to stand
a trial in a United States Court,
where the revenue officers would
have it all their own way, and could
swear what they pleased against me,
PIANOS & ORGANS
At Manufacturers' Prices.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN AGENT
LUDDEN & RATES,
SAVANNA I, (A.,
r liIE Great W1'holesalo P1iano and Organ
-l Dealers of thv South, now sell in
strinlnltls Ironlt ill leadtling hlakers direct
to lurchaSors oil the No Agents, No
('onunlissiott Plian, at Maulttfiletivrer's Iite
tory l'Itas, the'rebyv giving p urcliasers
the large couulnmissions heretolore ptaidl
Agents. From $50 to $101) actuitlly savel
in the purchase of an Instr,ument. ltntcer
this new systemt. Write for particulars.
We cin't, be undersold.
THAT BEAT THRE WORLD.
7 Oct. Planos, $135. -1 Stop Orgaus t,.
7, Oct. I'ianos, 115;. i Stop Or gatns, (;u
7.Ot. Pianos, 11 0. 9 totp Organs, 67.
Gr'd Sq'e 1'ianos, 178. 12 Stop 1rgaus,78
MASON & IAMLIN OR(ANS,
7 Stops, $100. 1 9 Stops, $108.
Send North aid be Swindlei.
Not 1 , rc'i1Itaible makers like St-in way.
(hickt:riii . St eek, Knahe, hu 1b1y I:ogi'is
Miitlnfact ilrers whI Io adlctit 1 1 ,)SIII 'iai nCs
for $2000: S1 Piatnos for $I75: L271 ()r
gans for 5(15 ll ')5. Deep in lan nis 1(1
in ll such ab)Surd' offer'Is. 1ny' lnstrut
lints iadCe by old ani always reliable
maattitet urrs like
Chickering & Sols, Kibah & Co.,
l1allet &" Davis. Miit hu11h- P 1'nn.Co.,
liaines Bros., Mason & Iltltlin.
And y"ou will have Ihoso that will last
ai li'etili an-1 please you hcItter ('Vt"rv
day. All Tnstruieits we sell b,-"ar th!,
makers nal_as alnd are garantteel for six
Fiftfeen Days Trial
If desired. We pay all fr.iglt if' not
satislitetry. Illustrated (Catalogues free.
LU)DDEN & U AI'ES,
april1l2-3m1 avannaht, Ga.
For Disoasos of tho
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs,
*Asthma, and Con
The reputation It has attained, In
conseq(uence o1f thec marvellous cures It
has produced during the last half en
tulry, is a sullicIint assurance to the
pub)lic thait it will continuel to re1alize
the happiest results that call be0 desiredI.
Iln ahnlOst every setionl Of counitry
there are per'sons5, p)ulidly known, w~ho
have blen restoredi fromI larml1inlg anld
even dlesperate diSsase of the lungs,
1by its use. All who haveI tr'ied it ac
know'ledge its superiorilty ; andR where
Its virtues are known, no OneC hesitates
as to what medliclne to employ to rec
iehve the distress and suffering peculiar
to pu11 lmonalry aff'ections. Cit anyi'~ Pac.
TlonAI. always afford'(s hlistant relief, and1(
perform)ls rapid cureVts of the mildler v'a
ricties of' bronchIal dlisordecr, as well as
the more formIidaIble diseases of tihe
As at saf'eguardl to cildren, amid
the dlistressing dIlseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
is Invaluable; for, b)y its t.Imely uIse,
mullltitud(es are' rescued and restored to
This medicine gaIns friends at
every trial) as tile cures It is constantly
producing are too remalrkab)le to he
forgotten. No family shioutic be with
out, It, andi those who hazve once used
it never will.
Emintent Physicians throughout the
couIntry p)rescrib)e It, and Clergymen
Often recomlmen)d It from thleir knowl
edge of Its elects.
Dr. 1, C. AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and AnalytIcal OhemIsts.
lOL DBY ALL DRLUQOsT8 EVERtXwHERE.B
HAMS ! HAMS !!
SUsTr R IEEIVED a lot, of choice Mag.
Flour, Meal and Pearl Gist always.
fresh anlld overy'thing usmdlhly foiund -in a
first,clans Grooory Hlouse
Trho flnest Wilnes. Brand.ies anid Whis
kies that can be had. All kinds of cool
drinks prepared in th os atymn
1R. J. McCARILEY'S,
april 18 Jas. R. Aiken's .,ld stand.
FRUIT JARS I FRUIT JARS I
MJASON'S celebrated fruit Jars, with
.iBoyds' l1orcelain Lined Covers, for
jnno 25 'J, A' MJMA WTun & C'.
Arrived and to arrivo, con
sisting of Walnut Chanbet
Suites, Paint, d Cottage Suites
Wardrobes, Sideb.oatrds, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Towel-racks, Wash
'r'' standt, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
Stands, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
A i" Save high bills by purchasing AT IIOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Ius-ric Wisuow SIAI.s, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient. They
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shades
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, PicLures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children't
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modoratc Prices. Furniture mede to order.
I keep oll hand a full supply of Metalie and Rosewood Burial Cases
and Collins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stuck of Coffins.
Rt. W. :Phillips.
TrO THLE PUTBLIC.
Y' (eristoIers kitow that I have heretof'ore led the FUllR NI'URE trndo c.r the
. on, th. i style, 1itality tiIId priees.
T'tie to h is emuj wh ten t1t.so als e:in be purchastd as cheap from me as in
th e North attti West
I Io nt,t go ha k war l'r, but continually raise the stantartl of my goods, and add
n -w stylts. I i v"* iii 1 t-' I i ition- in pri wr herv" \ ' p)ssibli, and spared no
ex iettse to Plit- in VII hun.ts .t p-i<-? list tii it w ill hel p y :i t") pr:rchiaso gotios.
I reslpect:lly invite von to call and exaicine ny siotk and prices before pur
(Iilers by3 m:il wti'I re,!eive its miueht aI toi ion ai4 if given in person.
It w bt'il- ma .tke the list too :ir - t i ori!b an 1 'c- y "ct all th aitl'erent prices of
l'aror S its, Dining Io in. ltli'3. tan<ling. Parlor an.l I iies' Desls, :ecreta
'it-s, I i-v.,I- Librarik-. ant<l 13+)k Cases. i uni t'actulre:l htv mte.
Thanking yon for past favors, I remain, yours respectfully,
G. V. )eGRAA F,
147, 1471 and 149, 3IOAD STRIEET,
jan 8- .t u.gLa : -rtZa, C r
JINo charge for draN ago or packing.
KZLI\TCK, WICK BE RG & 00,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CARE , FULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSO1rTMENT OF
TEAS, VTIST~ES A-bTD LTQ,UJOR
( D -31 i st riveii.~ thie samtte atti-ui ats whl cin giv en ini persoin ; antd ispei.l
\ arisgiven to paeking. end f'r 'atalon.
jan 'VTM.'I CASHI.
The Patenit Self-Acting_Cow Milker MTfg Co.
vry on wn ow t i co toii aita on"t of r wonderriti ier
I t is tt 11 itsi i-t iiii iti-ti ti-ily pxittlm ta, i at. W tl atu
wI iason of trats caty. sitt ft-ce to nncy atitrsas.
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U *-~- I andl their ethfect isi imng._
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voInme oft e umtabile .for P'arlor or Churchtl. AT.JL8.11.
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Wanrrnted fore SIX YEIAlU . H T A E
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to th trae.lilstraed Caalones liited
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