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Entered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0,, econd cl I .
VOL. XXXVI PIC;KEN5, SOUTH CAR %NO. 3
Ho Makes an A;prcatIy :ruci:.
Letter a Deadly Machin:.
So expert are botn :n:l.e's now.?:11-:
th:t an al j'tnretly Unrmle.s i : y
kill anly pier'::;on w'ho (ii('.. 4 to t ie' it. .\
plece of ca(rdhuarti is ("1: to :1 .::,
Whilch, w'hen 1,o1de:1 o r'. l; it i.
an ordila'y t'nv'('l >t'. !he o: e '.
Ilrs of tils :it'e sli i:lo :rirw :r.
tu ee o f t i " h 4 4. ; s l i i -: . : : I ' : i It i :
and f'asO e('n't;1 lalt' :ii::;- o-i
sach doie:o. Ih 4oH11:dlv ia gl -I:.'c.
arlndhad inl ruvo . t 01
env\elopie (ittol he cj."it+ \\. it!: i
strl1 iking ( n d o(f tI:iim. u ar ; : :i:. . :
this slight r 'k' a ".t.luce (lw h1a i i 5 In:1
the pa r hen!Ir I:.si .:-te'ly )II!.es
hardrer. :ndich r". :I! i.; n exlo.ion.
that elith :- kill- or i:niIs'.
The e:iesies h( th t-ov osItruVCt i, Ie
in operation by si:'lyv tturning It up
side doit:i. It i.s niilly a good sized
cracker box. line( \ l;h per and halfl
filled with a mi:.tuCi of chlorate of'
potassitun and ortlinary sugar. Into
this at bottle of a powerful neh(l is In.
troduced. The rentitasler of the sime
In the box is filled with scraps of metal.
Then the lid! Is soldered on.
All that is then neeessary is to plce
the box upside down at the spot in
which It Is to explode. The acid eats
quickly through the tork of the bottle
and comies InI contact with the chlorate
of potassiri. As a result of the chem
ical Combination which takes place
there is a terrifle explosiont.-Chicago
Anci-ent Ceremony of the Mutual
Promise of MCarriage.
The first p:trt oft 1h:e matrimonial of
flee was anc"iently ((rtated1 the espoutsal,
which took pl:.c'( s''me time priorm to
the act:al (ellbrti;ioil of tinrriage.
1'hese espoutt!s con tsistedc in a nutual
t r"ounisc(' n'.rrt:fe, ich was:1 made
byi thie titua na1( wunm,n' befl !or"e the
isnoi or i,': er m]. 1everal w i
After t!'eiu the I ieles of :rgirecileit
of m rialge, e i i tnhl t11:)1'i m:
niales. witi:"h :u' mentioned b y A utgus
tine, were !"ed by1 h loth Ip'rsens. Aft
or Iis he mII d verC:].d (I"li\'t >. t h) I ' -
nn the r 1i (iiier .e:s :n) .aetion
which w\.as e t t:1e uat1~-hatien. I:1
tie iC:'r a;'. th ti. ('.;jiansullS have al
Ways I er'fl or:'mol'::il:d at. the samte tlinle
as the oliiee (of :iatrimuony in all the
c:hurches a:romi(l. andt It has ioi.1g h ecn
customuar'y f4im' re i to he (lle."vered
to the w\'olu.t. :lfter the contra t has
been tnutde. whilchl has always been in
the actul office of inntrilony.
The ring :a:n special token l spouls
age. In some of the old manuals for
the use of 'foreign cnthedr"als~ before
the Ininister -proceeds to the asrriage
lie Is directed to ask the 'womnan's
dowry--viz. the tokens of sloousage
and by thee tokens of spousage are
to be undleastood rings or money or
some other things to be given to the
Woman by the man, which giving Is
called we(lidIg or cove lnantlP-. espe
clially when -it is done by the givintg of
a ring.-New York ''ribune.
Knew Him at Once.
There are "ithel' sure ways f bring
lug 4 Iian hi -mlindl be'sides melnitioniing
ils 41utine. A iluong theo enIndida11cs who
wh'os:*e l:nime;'ie was4 ofI tIhe sort wh~iebt
lease(sill 4h . tl:r as.ti( wel.S 'I hirs eask
torO wh se liit it:ii' ell t wr;!VP 4the1b11er
Nol't4ine (5hu 41i41. t(e wrotel lt oneiof
Tho seiracy prone:som Fow:s
inc1se : a n tit 'llvbr' stream- ~
grWnt 'i."woe thieec roh'esir. And
-them deiredo( uc onn il was s"et0 and
ilubsctrIuentl 11 s liny(led ) tt t ) pa t-.
P14. rre a suanil ofi thta off1
al ny h flowers t (1tulliet andr fra
grant.141( Tak uyti' iee of u sli n orl
IIn 4 0ln n 1 ''('5a l te h viin dipped01111
thmCod LueilS tleI orl.Ti thorne til
Ialy I. Sprink'~le115 01 small)quant i of lie
at (If the flowers andi iut aih1 ayr,o
linen and laer of flower'si alternately40 ,1
0ed1 gla3ss boil is' ull. Tie 5 th opr
in teresse~l inO ai 'south Iect vin grthe
whenC uncved a fragrantIl hss oI'il may''.'be
Our tlay are5411 for 1he'( most part ove
am~vil htleophl'en fle otiningl inla
Iiume s hSaIe(lo some extent freounly o
ithe fsdramn s~- they 1di<l' befor theo
C N ~3V 91S VEWS
States Will No01, li Hamp reG
B y N1-w Federal L .w.
STRAUS SEEN BY 0ENAOY
Gecretary Acsure; Georgian that t'.
Law Will Not Be Con trued So
to I-r.r:l.er _2outhernl Stus-Gena
tor Didn't O;po::e Arnedne.ert.
Washin;;,um,~ :\1. C, ' 1,.
Seir..:11r Ba.1:un .>lilndTii call(t don .t e -
retary S traus, of .e' dec1cpartlnent c
V0ii1.w1'::0 and labor, and after a full
Cof: :eICCe ex-)re:sedl the as.;turanc
th:; the construetion which the d::
partineint will p.lace u1pon the iimlli
g:-ation. law, recently issed by the
atr: e, will not -pre ;ent. Georgia an I
ot.ber states from p rocecd 'irg i under
tie Siutuit Carolina plat to secure de
The main pohi-t to be rigi'dly observ
ed is that the transac.ions must be
through the legally aipointcd an:i
reCogini'ed at;enCt o the rtate. In his
discharge of all legitimate means 'o
alI rnt iii gra.Ion t o Itie sout.hlb no
point wil be made by the department
as to the otirce from whicii such
state officer receives money to car
ry oft' these operations. Tnder this
panl, Senator Bacon is positive ihere
w!ll be no violation of the contract
labor laws. an-d each state can re
strict ilnmigrat.ion to the moSt des:r
able cl.ss If it wishes.
Sen.ator Bacon has staid tl'at lis
oppoiiton 1it0 the im:n:igrtion bil ill had
been miF:mndersto(xl. He dlid not
oppose the1_ .lapn, .-:e rpasspor( t ::nlend
notcu(, but decla:red that if this feat
u1re wha p-esend in:leently , he
tiou)ghtl it woul d]apron1ty be ao1(1pte1di
by both houses.
T here were otiiher featr leS in the
bill Coa taining the alendinent iit ro
cluced to solve 'the Japan se questinu
which he did vigorously oppose, and
he said they were as vital in their
effe-t upon the intlustries of the soui i
as the .Japanese problem was to pee
ple on the Pacilic cvast. He iposed
undue haste in rushing the hil!
throug'h un'il these other st>etiois af
feelinig southern immigiat 1mn, could
be givn proper attention.
Chicao, ebi). I 9.--A dlpatch to
the Tribune frot Washington, says
'hat p'eliniarv :iinates made by
thy bureau11 of census as : -result of
the irves:iga'an cf marr-age and di
vorce cat:tMistics which bf: an last
sulmie' inr:te thlat the iiumber of
applienti:mns for divorce Illec 'hroutah..
out die United States dlrrirg the 20
ea" 'eriod, from 1 S87 to 1 9(l(, will
reach I te enanlomous total of 1 ..100,
00o. 'ft is estinated titt three
fauiths of the a n;li; ai ir.s 1 ::, been
g"ra nt:i"'1, se t': the statistics w\henP?
emurn,ibu i w"i'l show that in the' pe -iod
ttet. -more 'than a millon divore:r
ht: 'e been' al!low etl. On 1ir 'mI ace,
O'. rie.t Cou' i Dii a.
im.t .u o ! noy.. iw t Ie
rh r , :n f .a-.e. , 2i I.
has111 auv w hn graud juryi and11
ai new,one canotti(t be drani until the
States app:eal . A decisioni by tihe sit
Iir'Ime (cour i is nlot expie.:'ed forj at
least thirty daiys.
Half a Million for Church.
Atlanta, Feb. 19I.--rtere Is ai
on Il'eachtree street I le sinest eliurich
in the soulthi, n-t a cost of $500,000,i
whichi will nloc'essItate the sale of.
tihe preentf First chuiirch of Chi .
Sceti st, oni Baker street, wvhich Ia
valued at $20,000.
Sentenced for Robbing Boy.
li ttlo W\ill Ie M (ltont last (',hi stmnas
night as hei was1 Coming fromn at
Chri islimas tree' wIt:h his basketi r of
goodi: thanigt;( Canita CIa us ha d give ht'imi i
St erling F'le'wellyn , ai negro, wasI
sentenIcedl to flye yene 11In the pei..
tetiar bW y .JudCge W. I1. ltelton in
sutperior corIt . Th'le nleiro ci'mer upt
111n(l aiii cll f hIst Pnil, oarl so.g-.a .
'!.EA OF GUt!L..TV 11Y TZRU'7 FU.
lncxpected Action by Naval 8'
. . F . .
S . ilo tr .co :i .
al Flaes ec:.1any n -
::._:-, y e.;l::tr-ation, in 1 e I. .
-king a In ..
.n of the S.:mI' ::n a ni - :1 :
!i-1 wer: fi:tcd $5,60( ea:h an i co.s;
'I Judge 8:(ye::r.
T:'V indlhi:!1n'nts against the <l.!,=r
e iiuits were niolle pros: ed, as it
..;. Sf cri bty A,\ s1"Itant Distrct -
o:'n"y Akermiant that. thecy wCe' no'.
'I( l:l incip)als In a:y of the transac:
:ns:, but ner;ely ei1l:yees, who had
mi!y execuied what they had been or
cKed to do by their employers. The
in( S aggregated $: 0,OOt.
'I'i: action was uinexpected. The
Ic'fen.dants were notIfied, thlrought
hcir attorneys, that they might ap
war co plead.
This turn in the case had not been.
renerally an.icipated, though it was
1:noI that Mr. .Shot:.er and his coult
el had made a trip (o Washington
0 see the attorney general regarding
he Iur)pentine trust investigation.
.11:lge Spcer admainistered a seve're
e(tulre to the defendants in passing
'Tht sentences do nat affect, . In
mly way. Cl! Anltirian Na- v:,1 stores.
1i . ry t'(c:ia 1y ortaz1ixed by the
on.,olidati'n of the S. P. Shotter
IT )Ibsiness; of ihe( Cono1 ddai.lted' con
. irn is .On.itrutd. as being: \.ih !in tih
aw. Al. (i1e IS h'rman1 (
he ha:mr,d of dirp f o\ 1 of 1.\ -rienn
Naval -tra)' roip :yiv. lIQ i;.:! e
wi!! be contio:' 1 ju1' is it w :: 'ro
(cd!ng beforit the 1,. au ,t ,5 11itoll
ClERK IS OUTWiTTE" BY T h!IEF
SuCCwCds in Cnrrying Of-f Troy of
-, :-y m11 my was r l ! if h '
:'('n ,1 .a ant+.: d al .1 Ii l u \,' h of
tr(:'nt1:e11 for ca n :; : \ box of
o dse stonies m s producei by nte Cle'r
.or t y wen' thr uh alic! trying
to an!ee ta;.it.:fa tor stoneO. The
strang.er (lid ntot appnr t o he satlis
titd, and said he wnuld send his wife
around in the afternoon. A e left
the sores. and .a the clerk supposed
the tho ow e1::lltoncls r aug rctumd to
it1O sel-'. a Tere r ' irf oCe.si to
arne the afx om the s He,if in.
the afte rno( n. and it wns then dis
co%,rcd 1hat the box thn had been
rc!rnU:) e:ntained only '1issue paper
Instead of t1he v"aluall; jewels. lM
was i:l(n'ii :! ;:1 :l ( ,panm (' w%ithl thle
box for wh ch his hadl been substI
tuted, xce! I : in g a ri!le smaller.
r - . ' -
Go biri.. i1(. . I :: In '
.t1ti na on *n': . -
..y...diet votefi tep p v: :
tLttake City, \'l.,i e.\ s . Iw
tt Israel1, one1 of th ;:.eu ii ( 1
'ors, was brought before (Cir'uit
I 11(ige Pah ner' onl a wit ofi heas oPr-.
ets. After argiument Israel wa.s ois
bharged , Flowers and hisa frien- w- re
11i1) dismissed. The railroad'Is dv
((ctiv(s1( ar n1w onl the trail of the'
3arrett to Head Seab)oard Air I.nc.
Now Yor'k, l"ah. il9. -Thf'e li:.rald
tays It Is untlieds.t.OOd 'that Wi1ll i1 ..
arirettI., first vice pres iJentil of the ~
cabjoard Air LIne, will sne:d the
ate Alfred Walter, its pre bhln1 of
hatI re:uf. Direor y;' of t he :* ' od
vill holdr1 neennon Te.M 2' a
errna Drug Co.,
CLurni1bus, Oi o.
Ge:tlem m: --. f:r t!. c uw Of P
:&n now cheerfully recon7w1atud yoi
we Iho is in ied Of 1:n1 invigo"rlti,
X-- ) -
~ - REAR-AD?
It.F ALL the mten and wvome.n who have ut
'-lloe?: w ":i e (sumem') ia1ls ;:iving t.he p)?
'u:t,(. n:ow:m thc"n one who hais been
:l: 'iot:;: 'u((: itl(r:1'aiiti ' ,r("t\l11 peoplo fr.(
"I., i.:otrl: ::i!'' illlut ' .:tv . 'r>v t-sellsit2 "i ( n :
-l Classes Re,
!:i ! ) . in r tpi . uli t'. :-1 e'"t' iderat."ionls, th
.. n v.. I:.-: ionial' for P
\\ \':l: reevIh fann- of h1ighI deretc
hec 1ta;y\, fromI t b::!1 .tf Rg-t'ress, from tl
:rrb1,, f t he'r en and nh k.i3'.i and the w:
2 :.: ('.i I itiv 1 t:1S.
1~t?,. c i\.:2(~ :A t~ ic~h i .
W i l:,v e: e u' 1)1t: Ito p :I buit a1 1:small
In prt". n Ine lt eti tmv: of Admir11
li1,k of .tltr ,".-ailles.
W 'o e stir' that: hi:< (".t-:inial will l
no)lti; In bu t a ; g :iiitne ". ih .1 do l1U hers"' go,
hl i:i". 1hletranl: ,,A'ti' ejpth!":e testimony tc
.he .Admi: is al ':tg t her I oo hu.0 I :ut
r.. !,ec n rest si : c ti: It his tetimony i
Our tt-stimotlir.l: are atndi :1iways have bec'
t.est.i;i(e:, with which we take no liberties wO
In tht, u."c of testimotni:les we have alWay
good faith, have pu blished t hem in good Ia
misunderstanding c"oncernig ' thent, it, has
cecurring after the testimonial has b)een fu:
Iudolph B. Schwickrdi, Capt. 39th N.
ilaving the fullesi conidence in the cffi4
ia remnedy for ("Htarrl-Ii troulble, I eomtnid:
it .-hould be in every b o:us luld."
Killed by Target Mant.
W arren, Oh'iio, I :U. 19.----At(;irard1
tiehard Hi !1Um,:st re L' , co< n :i tol of a
(nt;yv'ti a1 d \re,: as shot an1
edci by Pinnier Enya 1rt , ajdi-.
intrgedi targef mani:. 1E caviri t!c'
.oo fat,llVe1 .151L4!tI'11i od
Hn kUlQS TI2(1 I (O1Q1 - i iii t z
oeilrilg1t Ci te et mo :u as be.....
k vng oh.fii1a boat.'ie i hec
It -h :t he ..iy l:lng :o Jld ko
Kile. b Targetn -:Man.!goo
t i .har b- i l~ le:: , 0(1'1n ad1 othe a
a 11!d by:Pii, EI:~ in!t inurd
> f h cr was: inied. Thin te~
I , r 4 o2' he i utn. "i
hS. sii r';s sto at. th bow to
.1 tne Vno , -uh
02' (2(0.Ili~)l ni:t(1~V* I'l h
Io' I(j14 ( I . ~ .~ (82' **i
cran- for a short Period, I
ii' vuluaL'!c remiedy to any
rg OiniC. -
sed Peruna and found it beneficial
Iin facts, we would be overwhelmed
benetited by Peruna stop. to give any
i writing testinionials for publica-1
and luisiness considerations forbid
otherwise would be glad to do so.
cusants of people without any solii
and low Ilegree, from the army and
e o tllges, from high oli lic ials in the
s"hcrwoian:a, 'romn the military man
pr ccent. of those actually received.
:l iichhorn we apprecile the high 4
speal to others as it does to us, thul
r>d won d have inpolled a man in such01
ali reiedy, however valua ble.
ito i an"wer letters of inquiry, but, the
Sgiven iin his exact words, over his
n given in the exact languaige of the
intever in adding toorchatnging them,
s received them properly signed, in
ith, and if there has arisen a slight
been some unavoidable complication
Y. Vol. Inf., writes from Washing.
acy of Peruna, both as a tonic and as
its use iii the strongest possible terms.
Andl it is to your1 advatntage
mi Bnnua[lfl Sale aind take advam
JE-THUiD DISCOUNT ON Cl
ec valuecs we0 arc offering yoi
lec goods, but this season's g<
workmanship is the prlodutct
~turer, Schloss Bros. Co. Evei
richly worth the original pi
)rth your considecration. It bri
ers' cost for the same goods t<
No goods charged at Sale
No goodIs sent out on appro
Ve H ave Barg
\': r . \,'\
Pastor Uses Pe-ru-na.
Rev. P. E. Swanst roi, box 228, Grants
murg, 'is., writes:
"I feel that it is my duty as well as a
)leasure to let you know that I am en
irely cured. I hav tuied Peruna ae
orditig to your per.o:aldirections and
am very glad that I found a medicine
'hilh would cure me after three years
red .M. Armstron:, :.V cditor, Dattly
Jazet; , Delaware, Ohi:, writes:
"It gives me great plea:-ura to be aile
o recommend P",runa to everybody
vho is looking for a fir::t-vla,s toin.
'wo bottles completely cured me and
tow I am enjoying the be.,t of health."
on,ressmen Endorse Pe-ru-na
lion. W. E. Airews, llastiiig., Neb.,
orterly vice-president of Hiast ing
ollege and ex-muemhor of th Fifty
ourth Congress, write;:
"I cheerfully reconmend the prepara
ion, Peruna, as a he;althful tonic and a
uecessful remedy for eatar:ch ini ts
Author Praises Pe-ru-na.
Mir. Robert E. Ilanvey, well-known
uthor and lecturer, Writ's from 11'i.
Aincoln street, Chicago, lii.:
"I was in good health until about four
rears ago when my back becane lame
tnld sore. 'I'ho pains kept iuereasiig
vith severe twitches and slow exhaust
ve aches. Having read of 'eruna, I
iecided to try it. I found relief in tei
lays. Within three momnt I was w'll
nce more. I give all thanaki to Perutrw'
I are not shop..worn, out
tOds iht u p St yle,c and'ti:
of America's foremost manu
y article We haVe in this sale
ice, and -the one-third off is
ngs the price below manufre c
prices. Alterations must le~
val during Sale.
id Get Them
120 Sou.th uMa Sat,