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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Straight-out democrat. — 28 June 1878
THE BAnaraar. PHON ufe A DEMOCRATIC |g|;S^Sl^ STRAIGHT- O UT. i,et our just Censure - rr*? ". .' ^?9*< Attend the true Event. VOL XIV. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNK 28, 1S78 NO. 44. THB STKAIf?iit-?UT DEMOCRAT,] i Published Sunday. Wednesday and Friday. | THK DAILY Jjg PHONIxJ Kvory morning except .Munday. HENRY S. FARLEY. EDITOR. O.Ii.-.e UKI Itielnrd-um street. Subscription $i six m->uilis; $1 three months, in ndviwice Adycrtteontftnt* inserted at 7?c. n square of ten 4ftt^--fr>r- tirnt-insertion: ."il).-, euell publication afterwards. Lengthy advertisements, or those fir loatx tenn*, nt reduced rate*. SpcciullNn titfc* y?e. a line Brat Insertion; Ute. a line hiter. .J.?:? I'tintiuir ol' uti km ls at Imvsel Heures. JULIAN A. SKIiilY UusincsK .Milliliter. KATE SOUTHERN.-Thu Columbus. Ga., Enquirer says: We give in this paper the evidence elicited in tins much-talked ol' trial ol' Kalo South' ern.- It differs ns much as light and darkness fro II the sensational ac c...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Straight-out democrat. — 28 June 1878
THE MILY^? PH (EIN iiS A DEMOCRATIC tigSsSB^ -STRAIGHT-OUT. ' ?.et our just Censure ?--*?>r r~v Attend the true Event. VOL. XIV. - COLUMBIA, S~ C., FRIDAY MORNING~HTN ?Sl8? 1>7S T NO. UT"" THK STR;Vl?r,iT-OUT DKiklWRAT, I'IIIII?KIICII Siiiiiliiy, WeilaestlHy a ml tikliiy. THK DAILY PHONIX, Kvery morning oxf-?|>l Monday. HENRY S. FARLEY. EDITOR. | O.H?e UKI Itii'lni'iNuN street. ?itlHeri|ition ! ii six iii-jtilhs; i-1 three month*. iii a il v.u. : A-lvert isetil'?i?? iiiserieil ul T?e. u >i|ii;iic of tell '?? foe's-tor- lirst . insertion: Ml.-, euell pUbliCBliull I tifterwunl*. Leiijriliy advertisement*. or ?luise i far loutf tenus, ul reilueeil rute*. S)ieeial\Xn li?e-? yVe. u lille Urst inderi Uni: Hie. a lin.- utter. | Joli l'riiitiuu ??r ni] \im ls ut lovvsel ligures. ; JIM.IAN A. SM Lit Y IliisiuesK .Mutineer. KATE SOUTHKKX.-Tins Columbus. Ga., Enquirer says: Wo give ?u i Si is paper the evidence elicited in tins much-talked ol' trial of Kale South ern.- It di fte rs...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Straight-out democrat. — 28 June 1878
A MIG HIM MAN, The Herculean UnnteJ of the ?rent Amrrt oan Plaina* The St. Louis Evening Boat says: About three miles down the Illinois shore, near the Ifttle town of Cahokia, lives a vet y queer Indian, who has a history as remarkable as it is romantic. He is a full-blooded Cherokee, and, according to his own assertions, ?is over 100 years old. His name is John MOO DOO, and he was born in the county of Jefferson, Mississippi, where his tribe resided over a century ago, and from which region they were transported to the Tndiftti Territory. John, or the "Big Indian," as he is familiarly term ed, is an extraordinary person in ap pearance, being six feet four inches in height, weighing about 190 pounds, and in spite of his age is erect and compara tivey robust. Hts hair is now perfect ly s ow-white; he has but a few teeth left, and within the last two or three ?ears he has grown somewhat bald, le is a fisherman and frog hhnter by profession, and has a wife about sixty years of age, a F...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Straight-out democrat. — 28 June 1878
The Caine*. All my readers know that the great value of the camel lies in its ability to pass a long interval of time without re quiring to drink. The camel does not. indeed, need a less amount of liquid than other animals, for in this point it is outdone by many South African ante lopes, whioh are never known to drink at all; bat it has a curious power of taking in at one time an amount of liquid which will serve it for several days. The internal mechanism by whioh this power is attained is very remarka ble, but is muon too complicated to be d OHO ri bed without the use of diagrams. Suffi oe it to say that the water is stowed away in a series of cells, whioh appear to have the property of preserving it in a fresh and clear state even after the death of the animal. A slight greenish # hue is communicated to the water, but with that exception it is clear. In one remarkable instance, after a camel had been dead ten days, the water in its H to m au h -waa -drinkable and tasteleek. When...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Straight-out democrat. — 28 June 1878
THE STRAIGHT-OUT. HENRY S. FARLEY, EDITOR. Friday, June 28. 1878. Our! ?Next General Assembly. S i nc o tko election of thu now de funct General Assembly, our politi cal climate has undergone; a decided change. Then, all was uncertainty, and minor issues worn forgotten Democrats of every grade of opinion were forced to make common cause against corruption aud mis-rule. With Hampton. Gary and Butler, and a few others as the principal figures;'litt e attention woe paid to lesser lights, and many M?nk heads aud milk-sops managed to sandwich into places which could have been more appropriately filled. When, victory became assured, contrary to the expectations of many, and the Legislature 'was convened, grave questions of great political moment presented themselves from day to day. Face to faco with problems beyond their ken, roany who had stalked in, where angels might have feared to tread, after realizing the poverty ol their genius, fall into the bauds of dangerous and designing assoc...