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Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as aecond olass matter, uuder flet of Congresa of March 3, 1879.
VOL XXXVII, __NNS -SOUTH__ ARiiIII Iu, EMM At A D loco
COUISO Of fel10. Tra':
PAV.IC FtL L 1.17 TD]E Ai
Mlany of T:33 V/h1 : ; d in iury
When thes Car1cIt;ded, We :t ore
S'Or Ls33 Injur.,d in U-.J Cagra
:bLe thr~t Fallovwtd for thte Exit.%.
CGhiao, Mrra'4-mr : ,:
persen~s uc . itiured In a r-:a-<-1.-1
col"Si..1'in bo:,t n a Nol ti.,s*. -
vfetoDl a an Oa'% Parh 'e m rt
at S:ate and Van ur:n u-ret. t.ar:7
Monde.ay. Tse trains s c. of
throo ccL1 .. ach. ti:I of whe ,'.
A LPad f.locw(,1 the etsh ;::'d
ret manyi~ of tht- -w.ho eC~'aped in.*
jurie.; V. hun the trn.a crmue to.e:hor,
suffered Lrvhms in the iEt' an-ble for
the e ::its .
Tho Caii Park traiu was bta.nding at
tie Stato stroet Wition w'hen the
.Non.:w'e!Li n traiu, turning int.o Vaun
JBurem street, c h into it.
Aongr4 the injured -were C. C.
'Stern and D. It. Pollock, both of
lzilure of .the brakes to work prop
vrly is aswisncd as the cause of the
KILLS HER BABIES.
Aother Then Takes Own Life Holding
FnlI River, Mass., March 94.-With
4 cradx claped in boy right hand
:and vAlth a cosary hanging from her
:ar, Mre. Floria Tepie, aged 25
'years, aned her tr.yenr-oM d'aughter,
Mary, and two-'wnoths-ol boy, Jo.
sopi, were fcund. dead in the kitchen
of t:heir home early Sunday -bY te
wor an's hxsthund, Jcseph Terrien.
The coroner EfAd after an examin.
aition, that the -woman had killed her
:ae!f and the two e: idren- with Jilu
minating j.ea. 'lw'o gac jets andi the
ocock's of the gas stove in the roont
'woro found. turned on.
Accrdln'g to Mr. Terrien he and his
wife, wiii the ohildren, paso-d last
ever..ing 'li.h frlenis, returning home
at 1 o'clock in the morning. He went
to bed immediately, taking with hni
'his daughter Mary, and leaving his
wife an4d the -little boy in ite ;i1he:n
Trrlel said ho wa.3 aw'ka.ed Sun
'day by a chohing Pntion, and de
t-Lctnd the odor of gas5;. -is d.:-ugh
t.er Mary wns not at his saie. Going
to the kitehen he found his wife in a
chtispj;ing a crucifix, with the
c,d1reni wrapped In blanko'- lying-3 at
ier feet. All t'hroe were dad,
Mcra. Terrien had bemn inl good
hen-lkh, but it Is thouight -thait faImiy
cares had unbalancd her mind.
RODBED PAYMASTER'S SAFE.
Thief It Some Manner Obtained Com
bination, it 13 Thought.
Washington, March 24.-The official
-ror.ort o~f the Investigation hld~c on
board t-he erniser *Mlwaiee of the
t a'hmg of $3,800 from tahe !m5c of Pey
-m r-:ter SkvipwHh , shown that the crafe
was locked and the 'paymnas~Ier w'. u
not aiway fromn the s'hip d4m1ing die
time when the abstrazction cif t'he
fu::da must have .yoeurced'.
The veeol was at target pretten 'n
r.;delena bay at thle time. Tfhe revort
?"ows thai. aul powdsble procauztions
wRWO taken and that 'the robbeor in
somen way mumt have ob~eatd the
co:..::ation cf thbe svfe.
KILL".D SE.LF AND SWEETHE~ART.
Gave Gil Strychnine anid Then Tootk
a Dose Himself.
Ml-hvwaukoo, Wi(s.,* Marc-h 2I.-Mhs'
trr of Mrs. J(da Phi.we.h. died Mondas
fe:u sn trychnin'g *pd..n!r"g at'mini
te'ro:l by -her aveemrt, Imc Wojrir
:I. Thio fatial d'ug -was mnixed wI
or :.e doc.t.h oc~f -his swoheirt, he h:.
treA! to reonke t'he tre~goy a dwebl'
(Ir~' ';y t-akir...f ' d1oE&e .h kmeif . lie d'c.
n tour later.
The crime wOea proltchly innpire
edi to 'a propo.'edI marrlage to~ the youn-.
KCREAN DIPLOMAT ATTACK11D.
Set Upon and Severaly Deaten by
Other Koreans at 'Frisco.
i't n 'rF-.lj o Cal ., .Mumc 24.-.D.
W?. Ste.tvens, deL1p:.'1g a ,,i.cr to
the I 'cen ceuiI.cil of vop e, u1. r.r
11'r' on FrX:ty fromt Kor.-;a. ias at
tca:nd anlI ,ockdh dwn by a orn.
I: tt of ,:.r nry Ioreans Si-l-y
n It i t'!e loloy of hi.1 hvv.'?.
Only the . -.:roPr4pt a c~al a guestaf
and en)!.)Y() of the hotel In r4.
np):usa t,) hi, loud cries for he..!) mv.
vkI %is l'.!'e. or the K;irt.uns dolared
)..ar they .)tld have k h l him.
Stev-2ezm %,k Severdry brul.-o)rl anet
sca..!, J.but v-as not: da4nscoumsly
Dievens in an :r:cry-trx; t: i:L ar
r'i--il . S i.:: Kore: n pop!.:-e h'rave
btn Kroaty: -t ,eotdbyJpren
r.rotecrton, ard that they are begin
r.li to jck. iore favora-1:iy upxn it. I
le o!. r:dd tIA'. the Korcratn pceanLat
have w:co.--Cal *.( apuree and the
oLlc:a. ehle.' ) is -ing to thin's l
on the grcu:rd thert 1.e I
c aly kno ;'cr XKcea : -n a n I :...
'on of the old Iatitwurnu on the
ln-- rr;o,cti by Japan. Other state.
e-- ,'.: of w'h'hi werg favor1tle
to Jo.pan in rel.'at!on to 1.heir r.:,ve
country, nxide Jhe Koreans angry.
After the aEsnnL.t Stevens went to
his room. The hote-l lobby was at the
i" n Irto a staie of intense
exee~mt 4e ary. Stevens
had hiIS Irjuries attended to and be
refused to -bo seen, as he was in n3
c~mdition to d4escuss the attack whic'
be firmly believed was 'murderons in
RO.33ni3 MAKE HAUL.
Four l'~.Mennes In New York's Fash.
lor .e District Were Entered.
N-ow Yo:, Mt:;h 214.-Burglars en.
tero: Eurrmkleces n t-he vicinity
5 Ff,h r :rnue aml7.1Fghtty-irourth
a r tin the heart c'f tCe fv.-z:-or.able
hove.'or;, 1.3 Fe.~t a~:.r.y vwith a..thing
of ::;';ti : :. - 3; in ' i :o f t.cn. Fr'n'
ti'e fm:th, ht:)at of George 0. Tha.ten
'.' :i'.y tock a.bou.t $1,500 worih Of
gE pc,-::S -a.ndi $zO0 worth cf sma!!
j'~-cle)-. They jump-I frcm a high
fence !n the % r..r o, the hous. cf Ben,
Ja:: Thaw, unce of I.:rry K.
To.-?'. to t':e fre ev :e cn :The rear
of im Thatcr rgice, bodly car
ry ! :.; I. ir plunder from ihe I -0 -t
n : dhvelling cut. the f.t daar
v-! 'er the Mp;ht of a stacet ihmJ :L
IOdiy-- ,poritot'e .u
cf ColoAnuel Ai'bert E. H'on, 'r. N..
F. Parom ad M:n. S!-cf Fmith.
They were not diilm1.ed in1 ide Sm'ith
houe, butl. apparent-ly took nothlr:r
W'l 'rms glvon by serv t:-: fr-) IpA -
cnedl them from the e!'her vwo.
POLECAT ROUTED E-lITORS.
Little Anirmal Created Commotion in
Montgomery Advertiser Oice.
Montyimory, Ala., 2arch 21.---A
polo:2at, of tihe strongest varety. anp
-pei.rod sudden.ly in t'he Montgomery
Alvertsior's office at 8 e ek Surdy;Y
night, and (drove so hmay omQployes
f;'om the bulIl.deln;g tgat the prlnting of
te early edition was s-stonnily intor
1fort ed- with. linvtype e'sraton, were
drli en from t21eilr chairs on the-th!:rd
floor' on the animal's llr~at nppoa;ranco.
When he had a-ccompli.'hed this the
p~oleemut with easy kIpes ascended to
the news editor'a room, on tho fourth
Before it wvas hardly realized that
he was present tehe oat had run the
night editor, the telograph editor. iwo
associaste press operators and a leased
wire man down stains into the rabroets
wvit'hout .their coats.
F'oreman Mike Ford, with a hurried
ly borrow'ed ri'fle, killed the littlo an.
inal behin'd the news editor's desk.
The building was disinfected, but it
was over an houar .before the emiployees
couki go back to 'work.
It developed, on inveutigation, that
tihe cat -had .been chased into .the build.
ing at an early hour Oaturday morn
Ing by tbwo smaMl negroes, and thad
remained quiet until disturbed by the.
workers in the easrly pairt of the ni-ght.
Throughourt the diay it hid in a hole'
in the composing room.
Penreose Reported Better.
IPhlado-ph ia, Pa., .Mar'ch 24 .--The
condition of U . B. Senator Penrose,
wiho is confilinied to (his 'home shere suf
fering f romn -ilril crysipseias is inucia
SENATOR BRYAN DEAD
Sevenlth Represontativo Claimed by
D, ti in a Yor.
SUCCEEDED GEN, MALLORY
Florida Member, After a Brief Illness
at Washin.ton, D. C.. Answers Last
Call-Ho Was of Da1llcats Hoalth
and Only 32 Yezrs Old.
Woahing-on. Mba-rch 24.-United
"tates Sonato-r W!Jlam Junes Bryan,
>f !lorida. died at Providnmce hotpl
.Al at 8:30 o'clock S'undiny morning
t tye;.hoi'd fever t w'aa ornly reven
y.t-hreo dav., Mine ha toY>k his seat
vs the r.ucessor of the lato Senator
;tsp-hen rt. Miallory, -who diei Decem
)or 23 and thirty-three da6ys cf that
,bve was rgc.nt in his i.lht aguinet
Be33 ev o! a '1mc3 during Mr.
SENATOR W. J. D:1YA1.
Diryan's irhe-shk)hoxi ~xix
)f his rc=overy, but ae La:: as Eat.
.r.iay night tne roxn't was Lieven out
hot his c.onditen had taken a tur:i
'or the toi ter. H1i do., t2erefo1r
>an-s as a mii'jnri.e and a
in pn1yiique .Mr. Dryan was Un
Itted to withstaird a pra. re..t-:' .
-ic was s':ght of bu'ld a:! ce a
'ous to:.peraj"ert. lie Cm ;1: 1.0
Voshingson early 4n January fr ':n tA7
Vari climate of Flor'de r n:om t:.,0
Lay of his arrival was fr. rtw ai:.
Finally he was ccnpelled fba rtve iv
Lnd was ba.e'n to 'dni(Iflee 'o..
Ji. During ahe ast. few days of hei
llnes3 he was atiended -by sped Asts
rom .ioh- Hopkins uiLverity, al
In Mr. Bryan the son-ate lk.oo4 Cte
ieventh inember by dc-ath since the
0djournment of the ii fty-nlnTh con.Tcm
)n Ma.rch 4, a year ago. They were
h two late senriOrs fCIm A'Lbamna,
Mr. Morgaan and 'r. Ptitus; MV Mal
Lor1y, of Fkwidza.; M.r. I.atimer, of
Sauth Ca.rolin-a; Mr. Prctor, of Ver..
mont; Mr. Whyte, of M l 11d n1d
CDuriously, the 1ae~t twio wereo me
tldest and tiho youngest members of
the body. Mr. Whyte was eighty
one years at age, and .Mr. Bryan loss
Mr. Bryan was born in Orange
county, F'lorida, Oct. 10, 1876. He
et-tontbed the -public echoola of his sta te
and Elmony college, Glecrgia, gred.'ut
lng frm .the )anter institution in 1890.
Three years lahter ho .wee gaduated
from Washington an'd Lee university
and in 1891) began the praotice of law
tin Jtacksonville, 11' a. Until a short
time betore his axppointameat to sue..
coed Mr. Mallory in 4ie 'senate, be
ibad eserved as editoitor of the Duval
county crimirial court. He was
maamred try .Miss .'ant Mlan, of Lex
WHO WIL.L SUCCEED BRYAM4?
Muoh Speculation as to Whom Gover.
nor Broward Will Nanme.
Powraeola, Fla., -March 24 .-8pccu..
lation is rile here us to whom Glover
nor Broward wil -namfo axs the 'troces
sor in United Sta'les Senvator W4lliam
Jam'ea Bryan, wiho died in Washxing
M1 r. Bryan was named to succeed
Smoxutrer S. Rt. Mallor'y, h-is neppoint.
mecnt hoing announced C'brintmans day,
and althougli he was in Waehington
only a few weeks when lie 'was t'alL
on ill, he accomplarhod .mich for Flor
Ida. anmxt. n 1udny for Penracola.
The FlorIdia campaign in niow in fu
blast with three candidatos for Unite
Stntos senator-Congreman Willai
13. l..amar, of Monticello; Jlohn S
Deard, of Pensicola, and Mbertt Gi
chrirt, of Jaokronville. I't is nc
believed the governor will rame an
of these parties and the most plsaus
ble rolection he could make at thi
time Is believed to be Stnte Senate
Thomas F. West, of Sanrta Rose
who is not ondy a close friend to th
governor, bu-t -brilliant and ablo.
ix.Sonator Samuel lsuao, of M.ot
ticello, was an applicant flor the pos
Von when Mr. Bryan was nprmet
apnd it i probabe that he will agzaA
Wealthy Land Owner Suicides.
N.-ishville, Tenn., March 24.-,Je
Jewell, a wealtahy 1-amd c'wnor livin
near Auburn, Cannon coun-ty, Tennt
se, committed suloide at a early hou
Monday by hanging hmimsolf. Ill healt
was the causo.
STATE IS NOW PAID IN FULL.
Receiver fcr Neal Bank Gave Chee!
for Balance Saturday.
Atanta, Masrch 24.-iStete Treamsm
er R. D. P-rk, Saturinday receive<
from the Contral Bank and Trust Cor
pora-tion, receiver for the delunct Neta
Bank, a chevlk for $C5,Z.29.90. bein
the h.'hn-o due on tho state's dopcelt
with that in.$.Lbution.
The state treasurer was paid $12-5
000 vome days ago, and the court oi
dered- thni- te ua.n-ce be ra!! withi
T'he p dop:)'itoMr .voto fou;ht th
stat.o's ole.'im to a .priCr Men on t)
asset4j of thbe Noal bank did not giv
tho required borni to prevent the pa:
mont ci f.se funds to t'e stat,
th-xpa:h they have r.lreedy ee.0.li
from Jle Elis' dedl'u to the E
To Organ;te tho tT'ners.
Nashvillki, Tenn. , 'Mairh 24.
Miadeoni~t, Ky. , Cinp: t-,i c:ys It
rumrn'd tha t sveral hundreod unit
miners will! arrive in Hopkins coun
from Indiarna for the punipmoo of a
gs.nizing the ccl mincrs. The strii
in tha- ection ins :ber-n on rW.r-e tG
flirt of the yonr. The mine over
tors are prcqparlng to re- nyt ny a
t!ck that may be rmle cn their pro
Prty. At the kirge - mine in I..
county a nirntbcr of -men ao r.t w1r
bulfifn n se':a!o :a- enrd 1.he rlni
Other nino ovnern in - :Te.'r'::.t par"
of '. e county are preparing for t:w
Tragedy at Mlifddclsboro, Ky.
Knoxvill1o, Temi., Mnurch 24.--1310
ins -ludnal, a prominent colnd cper"tc
of the Middle.boro, Ky., (dstrict, wa
whot Sunday night by Charles Coopc
in the -ome of Miss Margaret. Ru
yons at Middlesboro. Hudnall wa
brofiglht to this city Monday norninj
andt is now rin a local hospital. Th
shootinig, aicordinig to a special to th
Sentinel from M .Idd lsbvro, was at th
home of a .girl.
IAttlia Fall-s, N. Y., March 24.
Lighting hi-s pipe In his cell in tin
village jal., .Tohn Doherty, of .Middl<
ville, w-ho was locked up Saturda
night, necidenta:lly ret tire to th
mattress of h~is bed anrd before hel
could reach him he wis -hur I
death. Doherty franttoally tried I
esenape the flames, but t e cell dor
barred the way. Ho a sxty-thr<
ycears, of ago.
To Move Body from Pantheon.
Paris, March 24.-The duke of Moi
tebmllo has written to Premier Clcee
ceau, asking for authorization to r
move- the remains of 'his gnandtathe
the illustriousi Marshal Lannnes, fro:
the Pantheon to the family vaulti
Mont Mat te cemetery before tiho hoc
of 'Lola, ".tihe insulter of the army,"
pliacod in the Panthdon on ,April 2.
Goes to the Riviera.
St. Petersburg, Marcr 24.-Job
W. Riddule, .the Ameri'can aibassada
to Russia, 'has loft St. Potersbu:
for the Riviera on leave of abaenec
It i3 h~s Intention to retunn mere abo
the 11rst of May.
Pleasure Party Drowned.
Lubeok, G.ermany, 'March 24.-Ti
mftfe)Cers of a pleas1re party wp
drowned by the log~vadnig of a motL
!.e:'ty hoat on the lao of flutzdberge
Fmur wher naasengers 'were etWed.
MANY PEOPLE PERISH
"Japanese Steamers Collide With
, ONE GOES TO THE BOTTOM.
. Captain, Porty-Three of the Crew and
i- a Majority of Two Hundred and For..
1. ty-Four Passengers Were Drowned
as Result of Accident.
Tokio, Manch 24.-I'he Mutwu M.
ru, a 1800-ton consting stcamer be
longing to the Yusen ICaiEha ite. was
r sunk in a collision with the lHydeoUhA
- Maru, 090 tons at 9:30 o'okok Mon
day morn-Irg, two midles off Todohokke
The oatpain of the Musu Maru, a
majority of her two (hundred and for..
ty-four passengers, and iforty-tlhree of
the crew perished as the result of
' the accident.
The Hydeyoshi Maru and anczher
steamer rescued .the survivors.
- PlUEST'S SLAYER DOOMED.
S Sentenced to Die on Gallows in July.
New Trial Denied.
Denver, Colo., Maich 24.-In the
criminal division of the district court
here Judge Greely W. Whitney denied
n the irlotion for a now triul for Glue..
soppe AIa, convicted of ithe murder of
k 14ther Leo Heinrichs, whom he shot
* to -death in St. Dlizabeth's Catholic
* church, this city, Sunday, Feb. 23,
and sentencod 1him to be banged dur
ing the week beginning July 12 next.
. Fridoy n!g-ht Alia nvade repeated at
, tempte to commit ouicide by beating
h-is head against the iron bars of hi
call. His head was covered with
brulsmyi when he w'a.3 brought to court
A and he was Fo weak he hnd ,to be sup
I ported by officers.
Whaen asked by the court if he had
anything to say, Alla sakli to the in
"I 'did not do anything."
Thore is no likelihood cf nn c.ppeal
to the suprenie coure as AM-a has no
funds and there hbas .been no .proof in..
troducoid of errors in the triel.
New Railroad Chartered.
Atlanta, March 24.--The Georgia,
Alabama and Western Ralfroal com..
pany was Li.ued a chniter Saturday
by Secretary Phil Cook to run for the
umaa.1 peri'od of 10.1 Years. Mthough
the -rond will not touch thi3 cky, its
prir.ipal ofilee w-il be in Atlanta.
The company w5hl have a capital stock
of $500,000, ani it i9 propoxl To con
struct the line from Camilla,' in tho
county of Mitchell, on the Atlantic
Ooast Ane, through Nowton, in Ba
ker county, to Arlinigton anrd on to
e Fort G-aines, in Clay county, a dis
tance of sixty nAles. Baker county
e at .prosent has no tuildroa'd.
In Race for Mayor.
- Mlanta, March 24.-J4m Woouwan2
e is in t'he race far mayor. 'Pwice may
y- or of Atlanta, wkh experlence as
y councilman and al~enmnan probably
0 greater than any man in the ecity. Mr..
p Wood'ward, who is offlally J'Thns G.,
o Woodwanrd, but whomn everybody
o0 knfows as "Jim," is easily one of the
rn most striking polttical figures i At
o lanta . Hie says be is not a- prohi
bitlonis.t, but would uphold tihe law.
Steamer Went Ashone.
S Norfolkt, Va.. March 24 .-Jtn n.
known steamanhip went ashore Mfonday
on fltteras Beach, near Burnett's
r, life'savirg iea-tion, The vessel rtrucek
rhtn.g a hon-'vy fog ami rain. A U.
n S. re'ont tel'egiiaph message 1from
HatIIMer'as f.ays the PNfe-savers have
a got ten a line to the steamer, -but t'he
crow !'a-. rofused to leave.
Toistol's Health Restored.
Morcow, March 24 .--Rleports re.
cevdhere Monda-y f?romYasnaya P
Leo Troirtol, wi'ho :has been ill with
'the grip for several days, 'ha~s aboon
restoro:1, and tihat he la again at wiork
and tiaking~ daily exercise,
m Newspaper Office Dynamited.
SRok Island, Ill. , Mardht 24.-/lIne
re Daily Now oftice was dynaited
)i early Monday. The tpross room wasj
r . badly damraged .Thle paper ttas ibeen