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E -virA]AISY,ED 1865. FBR TUESDAYwFIRIJUARY 28, 899. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50
HOT TIME AT MANILA
FILIPINOS FIR TNI CITY AND TRIY
'10 16U0si OURu 1.FT.41%
11vat E. ri w1,4rv-N Ight of Terror Fol
loweti by a lornsvg of Flbitfug-vor
Sevos 11utandred lBitillisgs 111rned
an(t Troopm, mad Fireanen Firei On
Manila, Feb. 21.- With diaylight
this morning the eemy commenced
worrying tactics att various parts of
the Amivrican lino, apparently for
the purposo of Withdrawing attoll
tionl from affairs insideoClhe c1ty.
An attoniapt Was made to rush41
th rough mir ext-ronmo left near Caboo
can, but it wats promptly choclied by
hot and effectivo riflo and artillery
In the mean time a small body of
robep, evidently some of those on
guged bist, night in the cowardly
Vork at Tondo, spread ont bot wOen
city and outpost. Every availablo
m1an wAs SOLit to chase them away,
with the result that thoro was desul
tory firing all the morning from 8 to
.10 30 o'clock. The Ulnited States
double ttirrotted monitor Monad
nock joined in the engagemetit, hurl
ing ten- inch shells over the Ameri
can line into the bodies of the ono
MV, II. illdicatd by the signal corps.
On1. casualties aro o killed anid It
Manila, eb. 21, 9J.30 it. im.--Im o
mol'so damag311o hals beoen done1 by 1
fires, wiich aro believed to have
been started by insurgents last
night. Tho fire dvpartiment has ex
porienced great dif'-eulty in fighting
the lames, owiig to defectivo appa
ratus. It is reported that the na
tiVes havo damaged thl1e apparatus.
There was some fighting in the
atroets during the night, but it was
quickly quelled. A number of the r
imsurgents wero killed and several
American soldiers wero wounded.
A large, market place wits among the
first to burn. Between six and seven
hliudred - residences and busiiness 4
houses havo been destroyed. Fires
were started at several points sipul
taneu,sly, and spreading with great V
rapidity, resisted all efforts to con
trol them. Hundreds of homeless
natives ar, huddled in the streets,
making the pat rol duty of the Amer
icus very diflicult.
Manila, Fo). 23, 7.50 a. m.-Last
night wits on11 of terrors to thous
ands of the inhabitants of Manila, ti
the rebels making good thoir oft ro- a
JentHed thrOatts to the extent of bil-n
ing acres of buildings, woundmig an
offier and three men by firing
th rough windows duiring the excite
ment. A' 8 o'clock an1 incendiary ~
fi re occurrmed in a block of brick
buildinrgs occupied b)y Chinese, on c
the Callo' Lacoste, in the Santa r
A stif b)r(ee was blowing and dieh L
intlammabil ity of the structures$
cauised thle lazI'o to spreaid wvith
alarming rapidlity. The city lire do
part mionit wits hopelessly incompe- L
tent itnd thle Enigli volunter-s bi-g
gade from Santa Mesa was stun
moned0( and1( with ai itmodern engine a
pumpingj111 adleqiiate st.reiamis fromi thle
canatl, succeeded, after four hours of
wvork, in getting the blaze under
control. Meanwhile the entire i
bllock andl( thle greater part of the i
others ac'ross I lie st reet woero comn
pletely gut ted.
A regular fusilade of rifle and1( re
volver shots were fired from thle win
dews anid roofs of the biuidings.
Hund1(1red s of inhabaitanuts were roni
dlered hiomeless. Th le Chinese and0 11(
na ~t.ivos linred the atdjacent. st reets,
while hiiundreds more, fearing at gon- h
(orat con llagraition removed theiri furi- cl
itt oe and other portablo goods in
every dlir'ct ion, withIin ia radius of a
quaimrtor of a mill when the lire alarm
wvas first. given. GAeneral Unghes e
personially sup jerinmteonded the police. ,g
arrangemenits. The wvhole city w~as t
thoroughlhy pat rolkld and the guards
wemre doubled. Every avatdablo man
wits diisptchod to the region of the
ire. himpeicdi ments wor*e platced i'n
o way of the firemen, anid the hosoe
cut live times. This resulted in y
to naitives5 being drivenm from the a
s, these in the immediate vicin
fthe blazes being corralled in '
it lots and guairdedl until the ox
meont wvas over. Ia many in- c
stances the natives wore insolent an6i
paid no regard to the orders given t(
themu, anld tlje soldiers wero com
polled to use harsh neasures. Thc
butts of their rifles an(] bayonot,
wore frooly applied.
The danger from livo electriclight
wires necessitated the closing of thu
circuit in the buning itegion, and the
mnly light in certain parts of the city
was that furnislied by the blazo.
Sliortly after midnight aiother big
iro was started in the Tondo dis
rict, whoro the natives ire thickest,
m(1 when the firemen and soldiirs
ittempted to woilk they were firod
mn from the houses. The firemenl,
scorted by soldiers, proeveded ' to
lean out tho holl-As, while the fire
vas unheeded. Tho l3th Minnesota
vis reinforced by detachmits from
h 3d infantry, the 2d Oregon, the
Id artillery iid the 10t1 Peiisyl
1ania. Bullets Ilew inl every dirvc.
ion in almost every street in the
L'ondo and Bilnondo district4, caus
ng the Iost intenso excitemlent.
Ciatain obinson, of Coalplniy C,
Ith Miilf-nesota, and three 111011 Were
MNanly timid polrons, imliginling
hat , the rebelis hald (Iected ati on
nllce throngh tho Am1ricaia lill"'s
Id wore advancing into the city,
arried from their hotels and houses,
nily to bo stopped lit the firt cor
or by a guard. The sounding of it
ativ;) bugle call immediatly p) r
[Iding thn firn lent color to t e sto.
y. Thousan(s of Chinese crossed
w0 brid..(s anld phizas unldvr fire,
urrying with thir bndles to the
'hin1etio consulate. All night lont
io firo spread throigh the Tondo
istrict, sWoopili away rows of
ouses and devistsating, acres of ler
tory. Tho damage is ines-imablE.
Vith daylight imeasuros were decided
pon, and the Americans, though
red aftter their Slepless nlight's
ork, soo-i cleared the district of ov
ry native, after a slight resis.tance.
INVR(EAsEO T111. Pi IMil( VhM..
1mpetition It etmewl VoIIII ex to b , Ent
courag if by State Fair.
(Te State, 24th.)
The executive committoo of the
ta. Fair society at the meeting
ight bofore last. mado several im
Drtant changes ini the premium list
y offering largor promiums for cer
Linl exhibits, the total increaso being
)out $*1,000, making the amiontit
t aside for tho prmlil ills m01110
ling like $5,000.
Tho committee also deci(ed to ro
sw the prizes for the best county
chibits, and it is believed thaut thliis
ill stinito t thle inrmoers or each
>uiity to prepiaro fino exhibits by
easonl of counlt y pride. The county
aiving thle hest exhibit of aigricul
iral p)rodue1Lts n ill get ai pize of
150, t.he second Ibest. 82A.0 and the
Theiu commlait tee will from now un
I November ot h 1hop)e and1 pray for
DOd wvont.her at that time and if this
had, it. is t houghit t he fair wvil be1
Ahboy in the Wichita schools, Cal
orniai, was siuspenided for read(ing
ie following essay en "panots:'"
Pants are made for men01, and1( not
.01 for pants(. Woen~i are mado(1(
>r men01, and1 not pants. Whlen a
ani pants11 for, a1 womanil and1 a wo.
au11 pat for a runn,,they are a pair
pants11. Such pntis don't last.
ants aire 1ike molasses-tIhey are
innoir in1 hot weaithe and 11 thicker
cold. The 111an1 in the moon
langes his pani1ts (luring ani eclipse.
on't go to the pant ry for' pantls
1 ray be0 miist.aikeni. Mohn aire
ton3 miist aken ini pants;. Such mis
kes mako breaches of premise.
hiere has1 beenl inucih dliscuione a1
whether "'pants"8' were sinigul ar or
lurail. Seenms to mo when men01
ear pahnts they are' plurail, andi(
'hen they don't wvear any they are
ngular. Men got oin ai tear1 in
iOir plants, and it is all right ; but
hen the p)ants got on a tear, it is
To (Oure a co.il la in On Nighat
akce Vani 12a's ( old 'apsitles tot' La
r'i hp, Co,tus and CJolds; 12 doses5 2a
(lnts at all dt'iggists. Guarant,eed to
tire or moneyv nfundcdt 1tam
FREE RURAL DELIVERY
QUiT IC .lp IrAru-,Ic IN 'WI CA' 4)1,
I 4)N(IltC%AllMt %N I-T(ItE'S.
1441 11-40-r 4,1,c11-ral --s-ii Will Dot IEvery.
ti tz fit ee this l'iv% r los I xieil tihe. v'aip ial
'o rvite' 141 t1. Iiuar l l a-triels tof tito
.stnl - Ct.ser, 4ita asn .a i t;,r-*
ECxetirm 4sta P ry- in .e Nol
IVoi rylieg Ihlnti Sematter
'I k1131it 1114 I'lhce.
(News an1d Courier.)
Waushington, Fohrilary 22. 111
anlltic'*pat ionl of tho provi.;ion inl tho
now postolice appropriation lbill, ox
tonding the free delivery Fervice inl
rural districts, the mleibors (f the
Soultih Carolina dolegation lro re
coiving numeti rotis potitionts from their
constitullonts onl the subject. Rvpro
sontativo Norton, Who is raIpidlyr fit
miliarizing himlisvlf witi the ro lt inko
of lie dopartment, had a ltong (oin
ference Wili Postiaster Geieral
Smith on tho subject, yesterday. Tho
Postmaster Gesteral's recent t rip
through tt( 8oluth With .President
McKinlity) ProMist's excollent rosullts,
so far ats South Carolilai is conk
corited. Bving It keen ol server, a
practical business man, ias woll ias, a)
ablo journalist, hto learnod inuch by
observitik)n relative to the riv(tire
ments of tho postill se, vice ik the
South(tri States. lit his cotiversa
tion wit.1i Ml.r. Norton (e. Smiith in
dicated at desiro to do everything in
his power to improve aitid extmid the
postAl service, especially inl the I
ral districts of the South.
After Congre.s aljourns i p t.
Ollico inspector will be detlailed to
notiko a tour of Mr. No -lon's dii rici,
with t View to selecting the poiit at
i bichl a rural free dolivery syst m-1
maV be established to the best ud
vlitage. It is the C1,1gressmanl's
11iteltion to accoipany the inlspec
tor oil his tour of ivestigat.ion and
render such assistanco as will be for
tho mutu1al interest of the pat.rons of
tih)e various olces iid tile) postal
service. It is uiderstood thatt, fron
four to six of these rural deliveries
will bo estalithl ielI'd iin Oach Con)gress.
ional district. Mr. Norton prPoposes
to locate one in eatch county in his
district. He is practically decilvd
upon 0110 at Dairlingti, also Marl
buro, Marion and Florence, with two
otlers yet to ho solvcted.
MARIN(i Till 1.IN) TO SEE.
Him-smit ative .lt imvr is organ iz
ing i Cougre ssional exeirsimn part y
to visit. S,.uth Cartia. After Con
gross adjoiIns ia 1smmb11er of well
knowi intl iniltenial Nepublioanl
Con gressmen'I c'omitemiplato a recena1
tions trip to~h 1-'lorida, which may beI 1
e'xtenided to CubaiI andit Porto Rico.
It is thse intit')t on of ir . Latimser,
and1( pe1rha~ps othier mornb11 ers of till
dlelga*ion, to invite these "'vIsit inrg
staitesmn"' to stop over* several (lays
ini the Pahnsetto Stte and( becosme
blt ter acquiaiinted wvith thle people
and1( tihe resonr lees of that StalteI.
Amsiong thle munes on4' ( Mr. Lait imer'*s
inv'it at iont list ar e Hep)iOreset aities
Girosvernor, of Ohio; IHeniderson, of
Iowa; H-epbura n, the persIstent oppo
nou t of all harborhr le'gislaIItioni, and1(
tie ()lolent Doll iver, o.' th 1))way8
and1( means1) commsiittee. Thlese gIn.
tiemnen are extremno Repub)lican par.
t isasns, but thiey CoCleny influtia il
Slositions ini thle Hou)isl, and)4 it is bio.
lie ved tha t thir i'Visit to South Cairo
cl eareri arnd miore favorabl toview of
tile altl'airs5 and1 condlit.ions of thso
Stte. Thel dletii s oif tile tri ha I ve
riot b eeni fully deve~1lped, bu ihit I'i
gen t lemenll Imientioned0 have idica04ted(
a~ des3ire to bi'eimo bett er ae<puunssted
wVithl SouthI C~arolina and1 thel peolel
of tisat. CommsonwealthI.
TlALJaEil'T ANDI TI LLMAN.
Rteprese'ntativ TI Ialbert is too busy53
fighting subs)idies and( thel penrsions
to p~ay sorilous attention to the pol it i
cat rumiors whIichl occaisionally float
up his way to the (fflect that iso pro
pioses1) tosmake~ a race for 1the Senato(
aigainst. Sl'nator TPillmasn. Mr. Tail
bert says he ihas given) tihe subject.
sirm)ply a palssinsg thbought, suggested
by ant occassionial letter lie receives
from ani enithulsiast ic ionsUtituonit.
Hie assures me1 thlat he is perfectly
slatisied 4)1wYith is I presenIlt posi to irn
t he llons~e andi is conitented( to ro.
matin here and render snehi serce
to his Constituents as long al the;
aro matisli(I with his stowardsiijp
I I i, 1 d1111(e it a rill Sillco ho onl
tered Congross to refrainl from inltor
foring in all)' wily with local atm
Sittto polities. 11 coltontnids tha
m1101m1bors of Congrosq shouid conlim
Ihoir effort s to promoting t h best in
f orests of I he pvop'o of t h ttt(
from atnailiomdl standpoint, and al.
lov others to mana11111go local politics
With Ilk h arachtristic colluvisrvat i isil
Mr. TuabrIit 8s he dov.sn't. kiow
whiat he wk.uld do if tlt' peoplo ol
tho 8tate w;ri to ask him to go u1
higler, btil for tho presient ho is vln
t iruly sti i.-fiet to represvii t th 2d
t1istrict inl Iho 1Houso of leprosOnta.
AOIOl, NA'S iEAD IN CUS A.
m 1-am oi1 i cv.iitig s es, f us1e 'I'wei m-ai
Sold Ivnr4 tat pr I uagiol-1n.
(S<i Iuil to 'Tv Stat .]
Cam nip CIo lb ill, lillbana, Cu Iba,
Feb. 21 .--Toiniglt two Solith Caro.
lillit foldivrs are Shlpilig t11n tornal
Sle1), thoir bo<ties aro rest og sido by
sido inl the soi of Cuba da. trdy
whilv tihe (.'cort for the r-vilmaiins of
Privat, 1i( A) A. Epting wis at tho
114)1pital, Privttl. Thomas Trivott of
Vligil, North Carolini, who oinlistod
last suun11111er inl Co. F, this regilivit,
diod of tho same disea-e that killed
young Et.ing-a Imlost mialignitmat.
ty% po of typhoid frovi. T,rivott was
not ovvie 't": -vor yetrs of age.
110 leavs'i a it' I' an I child. The
cases of typhoid fever in tho army
ar"O practie'.ly1k confinlvd to tHis regi
inil-t, but mlsI of those in tho hospi
tal ar,- conivalescin1g.
It nmay bk som,, Slight Consolat ion
4o those to whoi theso Sohiers wero
dear, and to thoso havilig loved ones
inl tle hospitals hon, to hnow that
probably no1 soldiors inl the world
hav S1ch enro lind itteltion as is
r'eived by tho sick of th is govern
ment. Profiting by tho experiences
of nearly a year, the chaf't in the
modical dvipartmnoit, hospital corps
and nurses has bovn elimiiated, anld
few private hospitals have betLer
equipment. And inl this departmenolit
tiro is neither stinting nor red Cape;
nothmig Olit it patio,t may nieed to
bottor his condition or add to his
Comfort is too costlY for tiho m1unli
ticeit governminit ill whiloso sorvico
ho has vinlisled.
Despiot tihe ibseneco of Iho South
Ca),rolinia regimont. mnd band,9 theve
soldiorm wore bur-i'ed wit b1 appropriato
inlilitiary honors. Col. Dwyer, of tho
First Texas regimenh ileaing his
bandtt, anid ihe gua;rdl att iho camip
furniishinag th et scourt. Ili T heUnited
St atos cemete4'ry is th ree ile Is~ fromi
theo SOnt h Carolina camplJ, bey3onId the
town'i of Mai- 1uo, 11md( on a hill a
few rods fromu andlu overlookinrg the
lit tl t.own of 1Playa, who10e minl
St root. is wat lied by waveos fromi t he3
TheIu C'uban hiiaurse, siumounitedi hv'
shilver 11iage, and( ( draiwilntrapily
throu11ghi the (3s t t, with a~i cairria go
or I wvo fol lowinig, thle horses4' trot-tinhg
seem11 itt tract Iit.th tleat itntion from
thei naitives, but. thle sadi notes0 of thie
funeral11 matrch from an Ameoricani
band1( brings t ho pople to t.hoir doors
and1( w~hen theo processionl goes by,
men01 and1 boys, whiite aid blacok, a foot
or miounrted, uincovor. It is a tonl3h.
in;g tribute to te dlead Of anaot ir lna
S), just. by it lloyal Palmr ti hat
stands(1 liko at giatit sent1iiel in te
cent Ire oif the( gove rinment1. co11motory3,
theset Sou th Cairolhia soliers sloop;
in a forign land but not atlone, for
behiets thio ' aboe)1 till ,-od~, I wently
'ig hIt of the01ir '01 coriads of theo
Sevenrth armyl crop:; alre by t heir side.
A nd t ho company11 of t hi' dead1 will
grow, recru1i tinig for the0 G reatt Com.i
mantuder, whlo, receivinlg thoe board
less boys3 who13 haive otiered( t hoir Ii ves
at thii r counlt ry's call, wvill niot ox act.
Tlheoy r'est ini a beauti1fuul sp)ot. TPh
mei r of t ho watves gont ly b ronk inug on
rust le of te folinago of th palm111 n ud
thatt comoit from the miountains oIf
Pihnar del lio, plainly visible thlirty
W. E. G
SEARCHING A MAN'S
At R4s STUA It U coile 4'1,0111111 stty
HII 1m4tuii .hnt 'ooi-All Affrity [it W1114-l
Nva,iy lo eoil 11. a1 (W-iersil I.yti-h
l11g by .srasget Cijzq-jj".
(Speciall to GreTlvillo News.)
Colilumbia, S. C., Februar .
Mrs. John Stuart islyiig at th poii
of dilt h, shot by St ito conlst aiblps
John Stuart is shot inl tih liolit h iIld
N. It. Crawford, chief Stat. coin
stable, is shot i th ar , a ll abou
the disp-tisary law.
Crawforl and the State consitabj)let
weIt to Stu11rC's hom1. tO ma1111.ko I
seIrch1. Protems followed. IMrs ,S
St a Itsked Ilve to selnd for 11m.
husbanid, who elorks at Alilliulligh's.
Whenl Stuart camo Ie and Craw.
ford got iito i displto about. till
right to sOlrcll. Stuart, sail th
houlso coid not bo searched. Criav
ford said it, Would ho ats bo had i
Crawford salys ho reasole(d with
Stirt and t-ol him Iho 11111st, bo it
Stl. u damnld
Crawford siruek u11111rt inl 1i flco
and later puillod at pistol and truck
Stuart t-wice inl the face with it.
Mrs. Stuart camlw out and lbegged
that. thro ho no I rouble. (on< 11bles
Dorn and Colvimian begged Crim rd
to leave. Theno1, tho constiN a'SaN s,
Stuart opened the door and firo-d itt
Crawfioird. Crawford says he then
bange(d away, firing tllre time1(S.
The secoil ball, a .I 1. hit, Mrs.
Stuart jist Imlow the Iipple.
Tth constablem ruay Stuart, fired
twice whilo thoy wern rot iring and
that. Crawford returned the fire.
Crawford did all tho firing from
the colstables' sido.
The hoHO is within t iolle's
throw of the Governor's mansion.
(rawford 1h118 a wound i on t ho arm.
Tho Sheriff and Chief of Police
Dah-y, arr1est(ld Cooley, Who wasm
al1oig, and the threo constables arn
now at Migistrato Smith's court
rO)oll 1111dor arrost.
II responlose to at toloplhmo mvs
sago Governor I-,lorbo has dirtvl
thel lkcal mlifliti Com1panty out, to
proAvect tho ml'n Il orderod that
thvY bo takhon to tho penihmitialry.
A crowd is outsido crying "'1.11i
'vim out, "lnch 'im," and tho liko
Thero is Inlich feelinig ii th city
and1( iImeh* hurraing.
'l'he sher'iT ha1 add81411ressed' till
crowd, salyin)g tht 110 will pirotect thle
prisonler as bo11 is sworn to) do.
M rs. Stuairt is eX pec(te(d t o die at
(r i-w ford1 has h1oon)) inl two p re)vious
kill inrg affa ir as18018 constale, it, seer'Is,
inicluidinig a1 neglro in GIreenlville.
Hll sayVs hei 1ha1 proof that1 liqpor
hadu bee sodI 81( ini Srt i'8i bnso) for
some21 11111 JIast ande had al1l the neces0
Cr'aw ford 11111 ad its htt.i rig -Stu art on
till faceoll beorel Stur went1.~'4Il1 into II ho1)
hous184 and1 return red wVithi a pistol
which he firod.
Mrs. Stuart fell over 01n thio door
step) of her home.
Stuarit ofpened( tihe (doo)r beafore fir'
inIg. Th'le physicianis will alilow no0
one11 at the( Stuar1iitIous.
Cor.). m -II - . . X, 11). 26, I A .
ta ken to th hosp10Ifitail. A big mob11 is
yet. ini front of till maIlgistrate's 001ico
clllinig for till constabh- to1i be il
As tilIhiihho(1'dIoluters ar) oil
thel g ro: suis no fiurt her t roubl11e iI ex.
poeted)1. Thel GI ovenor3 's (Gualrds
halve jus8t como11 upi to r'einlforce tile
--er llsi,l . I li.
001n his feet for the last teni years.'
''Notinilg e'xtraoIrdlinry inI th.111
off isi hat.' "J"That's nothiiig at, all1
I haivIl a couin w1hse legs iare se
long that when hoe catcihes cold or
the I st of -*.ii r hIl ill) no10 1t begpi I
NI 'Li l. DI I - A LI OMA itRll1,.
All Ittlp-ortms Aboeut town shortiluo ilet 111
Aremt' miri.. A r4. iniet1to-_ t lise I. a
.(Tho Statto 23rd.)
Col. W. A. Neal, sutporinteident
of tho Stato politeitiar, retriiod to)
Columlbial hlt Tu'la44fy Iligh't. after1
spinling somi, ttim in Andierson oil
po-rsonlid IIld Stato biusineiss voi
Oil livcillf of flit stv storim,
('ol. Neal wam kopt indoors for fivo
illys t his i(sistvr'-. hweill amd this d
Inve'l his retu ti th is i. \\ Wl'imn
stwOl ill r1gaid to ina1itthterti ill wiivhl
hi ollici i re t itildo 1114 1 (wil r.1-cent.
ly <questioned, Col. Ntt;l Oalk;vd frve
ly it in go1erll waty.
lIo biegl by slimg th roports
Qta hm Was,1 hl>rt inl hli!; avi-munts
WTr ill rot, and141 totally 110int. lil
sIid that wlel Iho (Wic. is tuii-Il
iver to his sccitessor overything will
bM fOunid 1o b10 COrrTcO Wid inl p1-r
feet vonditdion so far its tht acmcilits
aild ilifinlgeli,lt Ilro concerilwd. liv
ii ied a full inv4stigatIion i anl was
ghad that. at lvislat!v, oninuitt alis
bi-vn I'lpointeod forI thuat ItIo mld
b) w,NoubI1 taid thltim inl lilyv war
Ios ibl. 1 to .1ialt'd I1t.i hW hadl
wdiai'g w vir to foa r froiml m
ilnvisigltioll. Tho cuninittl., lw
sild, Inla only ono mln on it wih,
vitetd% for hin, but the miminbrs ar
aill fir,I- s<itar1 111.n1 ;ndi wmlld do
whart was right.
C(d. Neall sidd h( lind had it ph-as
Iant a i elustrdalim mIlornillg with his
snenso,Capit. (1rillith, Itldi it, has1
bei arranged that. Col. Nwil sliol
give thw ofivo riglt a11f[.tll- next
directors' leetlig, whiihi tiakil ilae
lar b St I.
Col. Neal sail h wuhid tialk great
plvaslrin ill giving," (hllpt. (Iriflih b all
pIssiblo inlforim'ititnll atbolit. Ilh U,ti
tut itiol Ild its workligs 11111 inl
tltided to go with Capt. Grfilihtl to
the State farslli4 and vxplln ovory
thing. 11o said f lint, I only thiling
wtivic was not i, iorftet witu r wa
on0 tr t wo( dam.s nill tho ISitvsilro
anIld 1 l,tvvd falri, hVliitli 11 1 had bmon inl
jure-d by tho recent ligh wattor inl
t 11 Watereo. ''ho iutstonlin-gv c)n
tr'cl s, ho Said, were ill ex.014-il.
ta(I Capt'. Grifli'lh's adimli!.istraltion
o ght to hl vory slic'.'ssfill. (.
OXIIs-wd his Irw14ndly I'illings to.
WIrdLs Capt. (Grillith st.vaIIil tilines.
C(tl. Ni-al r-mitrktod tit, h hiad
hold tHle ollico fIo- six yeas, which
was abollUIt,as lonlg ats ll\, 111111 ov.er
eld it, ItnIld ie waw; ml, 'A all di
grule t ha iuis h-fea I > hai s he1 li
any fete ligs ofre ii town ii't Itwai'
rot 4 iro iim poilit ies o1114 4'iilelvor toi
re'galin his ltealth. llis famsily wil
thiemi and11 retulrn in at few days).
TIhe jint legislat ive inivest igatinig
Stenators I aivinigston aind liny, n414(
lIeresetat ies Stevensonu, Paittoni
mIl 'il eD)4w. Alri. Ste4'v'ens4)1 is ebir
11nan1 by) th114 v'ot o(f theii con)Izittee.
111)11 of th1e board1i oif ire4cto0rs, and4(
telectdl \l r. John.i Tlay lor,, forni.tly of
the St ate t ronssri's' ollice, a-i th11ir
.\Ir. Talo 1)r wast autho-ized to'4 1b1eigin1
lat (onc4 44144 willI invest il4 4'very'.
thing froml 14 ih bginiIg t) tIl he itl
of Coul. Nel'so wihIli-. isti alon 14 s41
'I' (co)omijt too will on-e*4t neOxt 4)
Marc1(hi ih at. 12 O'clock, whenI thle
'xper't, is e'xpec(ted4 to m1a4ke at l(a'sl
a1 pa4rtia4 l epot. upo4n1 the coilition
oIf all'ir s. Thei mneet ing~s wil be 1(
press8 and( ialI lothers- arle ait Iili'ity to
hie pre'sent du)ring~ thui 545ssion. It is
possili t IIt I i' wVolk of 111j01 tistj.
mly wtlr4illb ia t h ~r iesItil:~ m 101.
I)talt tat44 th cout'ii Xp htil mtirtt
is not deemed(a proiet, to maiuke publ
lie att tis than.
RAILROADS FIND OUTLETS
$4 It I IM I 1 tN It C I, C I i V lI' . . I'. to, V_1
lillp-rt l , .1i l-ftCC H B. ri i ',i,s C
Ac izmilm it ull lt N I l it. okl
I lslest a st t 4 ) Fil-- lim t 'ig(.m 04- h'
0i.h it. & (3 ha41 .i l,' g li.
stIr,e 'i3it'i,n g elout,
Ne,w York, Vol). .--Tho Suh.
(4itrn llilwaty halts il solvedu th Mtbilo
& IirminImgI railroad by leao for
ninm ty Ifilm y uIrs. Tile Soutliori by
this negotiation l 8is s roilmd its first
direct outlet from tho groat, coalI aud
i-on tiiels of th liiinghiilal (is
trict to (t gui ai w%.ill procipitato
the( first, formIlidablo comlputitionl with
tho Louiisvilo & Nashvillo railroad.
"It imas i gireat deoal for tho iron
finld col inldustries of hat region,
sa1id Pr.4esidenit. S1m1u'l Spuec, "to
scel1-4, this <ilrect oil det to t ide
lii om, V., F%eb. 2m,(.The
long d.,ired motl. to tho South for
whitch tho Blilhm-r1 and 0Oh;0 rail.
Waly lits bi'l waiting, is ibouit to b0
Thw "!al%1rd ir- Line, wi'hing a
niorthori oin tti'lin, is to buildi. tho
icilmnond, Potersburg il C'iroilia
itIIwi , e' ne I ilig its tlou;an(
mill's or Imil systmIl wilh th ltich
111011 1, V rodlri*kst il ig anild1 Potoliftao
1011d<, ovr whichl, III(Imr its xisting
elititilr., vasy iteves-; ily bo had to
11MIt1 b e11i i t i h i 1 ,4 11 a Life,
IRobvrt. I. 'I'llTylor, thrivo governor
of I 1o Sh ai(o of Tinossop, at 1111111
lmulh inl politial lifo, halts ovidently
dliscoverod the pih of politics to bo
a ro1llh nII It olitiroly plelamillat
()flm. liond il extra'fct from him fiaro
welIlI sI -w -1h:
'lWhilo L belit v oIilt( th good in
polit ics out weigh'i th hod, yet how
thorny is tho path and how ulhappy
is teiv pilgrilltigo to hinm Who dlres
to do his duty t ? iro aro no flow.
vrs ixcept a few bolicts snatchled
rromn Ow graves of fallen foos; Ihor
is no baippinivms oecipt, tho t raikisiont
thrill of clrniel triimlpihl, which passicts
likv at shiadlow icross tho heart.
"Eviiry hionst 1mi who runs for
offive iN it a candidltfo for troublo; for
thw fruits of political Victory turn to
atshevH (n Oho lips.
"To umi th11 is nothing il this
woriIo plillw6c asg at clldidato. Ho(
is liko t 11 mrilnl witiolit at compass,
drifting onI t1vt 'mpost-tossed wtvv4s
of IIcor1ainity, bot.weoon tho himliling
elIilT 41f hop1J and11411 the frownIing eraig.s
o1' f(A.I I( 1141 1is 1 walIkilig peititlonl
itl a1 living prayr; h i t1 5 pIck
borso81 of1 pulblic 1 lntienlt ; h1e is the4
dromedar4(l1Iy oIf 1polities. An 3 ven a'sl 1
he~ reaches10 th11 gol of1 his8 aition)l.l,
he4 will 80oon feel4 the4 hon41k of th1o n vu
1.or14 in his8 heartl and1 the4 fang of the(
"I 111n not 14, erI a1 candl4idaIt.44.
N4eer aga in will I he~ maiugurtd
into0 pubi4 10 llico04. T'1imtar oif my
the4 A\l' rira of pr'ivalto life, and I
look do4wnI on1 the4 r'4cedIing 110ood of
p.>1it icA. The11 (dove of 1my3 destl.iny
has1 b)ronghtl1 me14 ani oliv branch'11eI from
haier t)44 ioh and1 (34 I go thieieo to
labor and4 14) love.''
d od4ge' Thomas1 A. Moron)l, of Chi
(engo), oif all of whIomI he4 is jusItIy
pro'ud4. The4 dayl) alfter 1he had14 been'
ing to) juror0s' e'xcuses0, when'1 a1 n1um
"Voor131 honor1, 1 can'1t serivo." "Wh' Iy
no4) ?"' as8ked4 the3 court, ill tones4 that1
had been'l stntyped.3 I'" 11s 1h4 loo)ked
prIonehling~ <1ini14 (clos4 11he juror whiis.
pered4'4, "M1y wife4 has1 jIst givenI li irth
to a I 'oy, jd4g4'." '"No e'xcuso4 at
all,"' observed th14 judtge', "mlIy wifl
had4( t wo las niighit, and3( 1 have~ been1
here'( all1 day3."' The14 juror' served.L
liurrah., it's almos1)t ovnr.