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OTTS TO HANG;
- Marderer Railings, of Georgia,
Asks the Governor Not to
, . He Bfgs the Governor Not to Pay Any
Attention to Silly Appeals for
His Reprieve, Bnt Let Him
Be Executed At
From bis cell In a Georgia jail a
, condemned murderer is sending forth
I appeals to atop all efforts to save his
.. Ufe and demanding to be bunged.
^ This unique example among mur
. derershas written a letter to Gover
nor Terrell, of Georgia, insisting upon
his rights as a murderer legally
condemned to go to the gallows on the
day named by the trial court?May 4.
Through the newspapers, when they
Interview him, he makes the same de
This anomaly among condemned
sentenced murderers Is a former oler
' gyman, the Rev. J. G. Bawlings. I
jaU with him at Valdosta, Ga., are hL
ihre? sons, Leonard, Milton and Jesse
convicted for com pi. city in the mur
der last June of little Willie and Car
rie Carter, children of W. L. Carter,
-with whom Bawlings had beengt feud
As the actual shooing of the chil
dren was done by Alf Moore, a negro,
?? who oonfessad, declaring that Baw
lings paid him to do it, many persons!
Interested themselves in efforts j to!
have the sentences commuted to life]
imprisonment, and the case was even |
carried to the Supreme Court of the
Bawlings'8 emphatic and open re
sentment of these efforts to save his
life created & sensation in Georgia,
which has not yet subsided. * In his
letter to Governor Terrell ne said: '
"J respectfully urge your Excellen
cy not to Interfere with the speedy
t execution of the death sentence. I
am tired of the business, and I want
to be hanged as soon as possible.
TJB6ED THE GOVERNOR TO LET HIM j
"My boys are innocent, but I do
not believe there is any hope for them
and they feel as I do, that the sooner
we are banged the better. We are
suffering more than death now. The
delay and uncertainty are far worse
than the gallows, and I hope you
will do nothing to prevent a speedy
execution of the death sentence."
v Being interviewed for this newspa
per, Bawlings made this remarkable
oemand still stronger. He Bald: ? ???
"I am desperate. I don't care any
thing about the declidon of the Su
preme Court, and I bad rather be'
dead than to stay shut np in this dark
and stifling cell another day. It will
suit me exacsly to be banged t: ? ror
f row, and the soouer it is done the bet
ter I shall like it.
"I have written to my attorney,
Mr. Cooper, asking blm not to take
any further steps In the matter, and
to let it go as it stands. I nave writ
tea to the Governor demanding my
rights. Idon'toire anything about
nay own face, so far as it sffdots me
personally, and I have only wanted to
live thus long hi hope of being able
to do something to save my innocent
"I expect to die like a man, and
one of mo greatest rt'giete I have lb
on account of my mother. I havef
just written her, though, that I sbali
go to my death bravely, She is old
now, and can't bear np under such
jffl otion even as well as my wife
"But that oin't be helped. I am
entitled by sentence of the Court, to.
'be hanged by the neck until dead/
and in simple Justice I demand my
legal right?I insist upon no interfer
ence- with my execution."
The United States Supreme Court
has decided not to Interfere with sen
tence of the trial court. Bat Baw
lings's attorneys have still the plea of
Insanity to argue?an .1 the condemned
. man's strange demand, in itself, is
considered a good ground for snob a
plea But this fact does not give rise
to any suspicion that the murderer is
playing an "insane dodge." as he it
too earnest and emphatio and logical
In bis demands for bis right to be
Milton and Jesse, who are to hang
with their father, are not so anxL us
to go to the gallows, and they sa>
that tbe old man is crazy and ha>
been for years. Both of tbe boys have
made a pathetic appeal to the G)ver
nor for clemenc, stoutly claiming
that they are innocent of the crim
for which they were convicted.
GLAD WHEN HE IS HANGED
When Bawlings was to d that tbe
Unitea States Supreme Court had re
fused to interfere in bis case ne was
whistling "How firm a foundation, ye
saints of the Lorrf." He continued to
whistle as the news was broken to
him and finally said:
"It is no more than I expected and
I am not sorry. I looked for no favors
from the United States. I will he
glad when we are banged. I reckon
we will be at peace then."
The men have been confined in jail
for a little more than ten months
and the monotony of a dinpy 10 by 12
foot cell has tcld ?adly on their sp rl
and demeanor. They occupy a caruer
cell in the j ill, with windows ov?r
lOOkiUBT bnoo thnrinV f?rp? ?
iU?U pp., Ii. L.i?
Great happiness came into the
home of S. C. Blair, school superinten
dent, at St. Alb ins, W. Va., when his
little daughter was restored from the
dreadlul complaint he names. Ho
says:' My little daughter bad St. Vi
tus' Dance, which yeilded to no treat
nent but grew s eadhy worse u til as
a last resor we tried Electrie Bitters;
and I rejoice to > ay three bottles ef
fected a complete cure."Quick. sure
cure for nervous complaints general
debility, female weaknesses, impover
ished blocd and malaria. Guaranteed
j ? G. Wannamakes M'g. Co. druggis
sides, and as they sit day by day look
ing out through the bars at the peo-'
pie passing by, or-as they pace rest
lessly up and down tho narrow con
fines, reflecting on the time when
they, too, were free to go and come as
they please, it is net hard to under
stand that they have found jail life so
: The elder Bawllngs maintains that
he has absolutely no hope of his soul's/
salvation, and says he is certainly
doomed to go to hell. He believes he
has* committed the "unpardonable
sin," and has appeared! to become in
censed with the spiritual advisers who
during bis long incarceration, have
gone to the jail to minister to him,
and have attempted to disabuse his
mind of the idea that he is doomed to
eternal punishment if he repents of
his sins. He was once a minister of
the gospel, and says he has studied
the Bible closely for years, with the
result that he is convinced that mor
tals sometimes reach a stag - where
they are beyond the pale of God's for
The crime for which Bawllngs and
his thr .e sons?Milton, Jesse ' an^
Leonard?were convictr d was oommlt
ed on the night of June 13, 1905. On
that night Carrie and Willie Carter,
daughter aad son of W. L. Carter, a
farmer, living ten miles north of Val'
dosta, were shot down in the yard of
their father's home, and an attempt
made by the assassins to kill the rest
of the Carter family.
The girl, aged fourteen, and her
brother, sixteen years old, went out
I of their fathers-house soon after the
evening meal to investigate the in
cessant barking of their dog, and as
they reached a point near the . garden
fence, a few yards from the house,
both of them were shot down, the
little girl being'killed almost instant
ly and the boy living to drag himself
back to the door of his home. For
sometime his parents were afraid to
open the door to take him in for fear
that another volley from the assassins,
who were secreted in the shade of
some trees nearby, would end the lives
of other mambers of the family.
The boy lingered until about sun
rise on the following morning, and
the girl's body lay in the cotton field,
where she fell until after daylight.
? In the trial of Bawl'ngs and his
sons, witnesses sw ;re that the girl's
head had been battered into the
ground by the heels of the murderers,
or by the stocks of their guns, as she
Suspicion at once fell on J. G. B\w
lfugB, as he and Carter had been
enemies for a long time. It developed
that Bawllngs spent the night at Val
dosta, and at the Coroner's inquest
the nezt day Carter and his wife and
daughter swore that they bad reoog
nized the Bawlings boys as the ass as
sins, as they walked around the Carter
homestead in the moonlight on the
The boys were arrested that day,
and on the following day, as the elder
Bawllngs and his wife drove into town
and to the j ill with some clothing for
their sons) the father was. taken into
custody and locked up with his boys.
. Alf Moore, a negro was arrested a
Slannton, thirty miles north of ther
two days later, oharged with o .fhpii
oity in the crime, and made a coufes
sionof the whole affair. He swort
that the elder B .wlingti hired him to
go and kill the Carter family, prom
Ising him $100 for the work, and
sending bis three sons to see that the
murders were carried out as arranged
At the trial Moore claimed that
when they reached the Carter home
ateae, about a mile from the home oh
RawiiogH, that his nerve failed him
and be refused to take any part in the
murders. He maintained that Milton
and J.sse Bawl ngs fired the shots
chat killed the two Carter ehlldre,
and that be (Moort) then beoam
frightened and ran away. HU testi
mony was corroborated in many points
by, the testimony of tha Carter fam
After the conviction of the men,
BawlUgs acknowledged that he hired
it>e negro Moore to kill ? the Carters,
but that his boys were not present,
knew nothing of the arrangement be-,
tween him and the negro, and had ab
solutely nothing to do v<th the mur
ders. He has stoutly maintained this
all the time.
Furthermore, Bawllngs says he did
not intend to have any of the Carters
harmed except the old man, and that
it was not any part of his arrange
ment to kill other members of the
family. On the ?ther band, Moore
swears that he had positiv1) lnstruo
dons, as also bad the boys, to kill the
entire Carter family and then burn
) If Moore was actuated in turning
State's evidence by a hope of escaping
the full penalty of the law for his part
in the tragedy, he was doomed to dis
appointment, as the jury brought in
a verdiot of murder in the first degree,
and he, too, was sentenced to death,
along with J. G. Bawlliags, Milton and
JesNt: Leonard Biwllngs was sen
tenced to the penitentiary for life;
and served a few weeks, later being
brought back to jitl here on an order
froji Governor Terrell, to await the
result of th ": appeal made by their
aot rat yd to the Supreme Ojurc.
Alf Moore has also escaped the
deat'i penalty, so far, as his testimo
ny was considered very esceniial in
case the Bawllngs obtained another
J. G. Bawllngs Is forty-nine years
old, and in addition to uis three sons
is the father of two interesting girls,
woaremw budding into woman
.i?ud. Milton Bawllngs is about
?venty years old, Jesse eighteen and
L i nard sixteen The boys aie away
a .> ve boa average in appearance and
BOYS 8AY FATHER IS CliAZY
Bawllngs was a wjii-co-do farmer,
a . elu e hii numerous troubles v.lih
? - r ani pvo- up to t-e time of
A Xear Ol JBlood.
The year 1S03 will long b? remem-!
bered in the home of h\ N. Ticket, of
Alliance, Ky., as a year of bit od;
which llowed so copiously from Mr.
Tacket's lungs that death seeiu. u
very near. He writes: 4 Severe bleed
ing from the lungs and a frightful
coigh Ltd brought me todeath's door,
wo, n i began taking Dr. King' New
Disio ery lor Consumtion, with the
asicni>ning result that alter taking:
f ?ur bottles I was completely resio.ed j
and as time has proven perman-j
ently cured." Guaranteed for bore
Lungs, Coughs ane Colds at I
the murders, was & very popular man
among agreat number of people. In
fact he had more friends, it Ja said,
than Carter had. He was very hospi
table jahd a good neighbor and his
home was always open to bis frienos,
where they were entertained in the
best manner possible.
Milton Bawlings, tbe eldest son,
has written their attorney, John B
Cooper, of Maoon, requesting him ?
institute lunacy proceedings against
bis father and, if possible, have Ljju
committed to the insane asylum, as he
and bis brothers are confluent tlat
the elder Biwlings is a orazy man. It
is understood that tbis will be the
next step of the attorney, and if hi is
unsuccessful in thai, tbe last page of
tbe famous case will have been writ
ten and Bawlings will expiate bib
I crime on tbe gallows as he insists is
Since his oonviotion the elder Baw
lings has spent much of his time read
ing the Bible. He has a habit of read
ing aloud, and this habit nearly
caused a duel to the death between
Bawlings and Henry Hiokey, said to
be from New Turk, who is under sen
tence for picking pockets while a cir
cus was exhibiting her last F ill.
Bawlings was reading tne Bible
! aloud when Hickey cursed him Baw-1
lings made at Hickey with a knife,
which he had been allowed to have,
and Hiokey drew a razor, whioh no
one knew be bad. Tne men were
soon slashing one another and inflict
ed several wounds Bbefore the y were
Such episodes as this, manifesta
tions of an ungovernable temper, bav>
been frequent in Biwling's career
though, np to the time of the murder |
of the Carter children, be was able 'o
keep ont of serious difficulty. There
is no doubt that he was sincerely re-,
ligious, and when his passions were
not In darned by some infringement of
what he considered his personal rights
1 s was a kindly and charitable man
It Is characteristic of him to still
insist upon his personal rights even
when they condemn him to the gal
What I* Needed.
The beautiful is needed in our com
mnnlty life. We all bave characters ]
to build, strengthen and maintain
We need the beautiful. Dress and
live as savages and wbold soon become
savages in action. Tbe city or vil
l?ge totally void of beauty would be
tbe abode ci .ne sensual, immarol and
lawless. A community of taste and
beauty must necessarily be compost d
of refined and cultured people, and
?true leads to higher morality. There
are about our village many -thing*
that commend it. There are thing*,
that are capable of improvement.
Publio sentiment will do much tow
beautifying our dwelling, our street"
and alleys. Neatness, taste and bea
ty will help us ail: Oar moral life
would be higher and our social lift
HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS j
i hi old original Grove's Tastless Chill
T nie. You krow what you are'tak
igv It is iron and qu'nine Ina tast
e .1 form. No i ure. No pay. 50c.
Cotton <s King.
Iu the Horse last week Mr. Barllett,
a1 Georgia, ealltd af ention co Chi
onderful ?.?>ct tlje ? xoort of the cot
?u crop of Che Sjuth bad on produc
ng tbe general prispericy of the en
i e country and showed from statis-1
tics that wnile the Uattod States bad
exported in 1905 over 8400,000,000
-nore than had rleeri lmooned, of tbl>
-am the cotton of the Sontb amount
ed to 1380 000 000 from which be
made the deduction that the general
prosperity of tbe country was du?
more largely to the cotton ??np t> ai
to any other commodity. He showed
that tbe v.iue of the cotton orup of
tbe South f >r the past 9ve years ex
'eed^d "bv nearly $400 000 000 the en
tire pxodue*t"Q of gold and sfver in
the world daring that time.
It's the little oolds that grow into hie
colds; the big colds that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the lit
tlecold8. Dr. Wood's Norway P.ne
Most of us oonnt np everything elar
bat oar blessings. Bight there cu
adding machine stops. It Isn't rigfct
CORE A COLO IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets Dragcrisrs refund money if it fail
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is t o
each box. 25c.
Get Acquainted with Machinery.
Some men are born kickers. W
who kicks about a new piece of far t
machinery not working just righ*,
would have less to klok about if Yt
would spend a little time, on a rain'
day, studying the irst.mctions issurd
by the maafactarer. Much valuable
time is lost by tbe farmer not know,
lng his implements, and how te uw
and care for them, t he maker of a I
tool, whether it be a carpet strotoh-r'
or a mowing machine, knows more
about its working parts than any one
else. Therefore, r?*d up and getao
qnaintod wlfeh thp tvnoMrxw.
De Earl S.Sloan
QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
MISS JULIA MARLOWE ?
Heartily Approves ofPeruna For the Nerves. '
IN a recent letter to The Peruna Medi
cine Co., Miss Julia Marlowe, of New
York City, writes the following:
"lent glad to write my endorse'
meat of the great remedy, Peruna,
as a nerve tonic I do so most,
heartily. "?Julia Marlowe.
Nervousness is very common among
women. This condition is due to anemic
nerve centers. The nerve centers are
the reservoirs of nervous vitality. These
Digestion furnishes nutrition for the
nerve centers. Properly digested food
furnishes these reservoirs of life with
vitality which leads to strong, steady
nerves, aad thus nourishes life.
Peruna is in great favor among'
women,especially those who have voca
tions that are trying to the nerves.
Peruna furnishes the lasting vigor
for the nerves that such people need. -
Thousands of testimonials from
women in all parts of the United States
are being received every year. Such
are produced as the direct result of weak :
This ean be easily obviated by using j
Peruna. Peruna strikes at the root of the
centers become bloodieaa for want of j unsolicited evidence surely proves that
proper nutrition. j Peruna is without an equal as a nerve
This Is especially true in the spring | ^mc and a vital invieorator.
Every spring a host of '.av&lids
Buy a bottle of Peruna to-day.
If you do not receive ail the bene
fits from Peruna that you expected,
write to Dr. S. B. Hartman. Colum
difficulty by correcting che digestion. !J_
REVISED FORMULA.?For a nun.ber of years reques's have come to
me from a multitude of grateful friends, urging that Pe~ru-na be p iven
a slight laxitive quality. [ have been experimenting with a laxitive addi
tion for quite alength of time, and now feel gratified to an nor nee to
the friends of Pe-ru-na that I have incorporated such a quality in the
medicine which, in my opinion, can only enhance its well known bene
ficia characer. "'S. B. Hartman, M D.
ij . u, hmiomi.
De? ler in
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Stock & Chicken Food
Best Term. Kock Lime
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See me before bu) ing or
telephone your ordere.
Neat door to the dispensary.
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women have money on deposit with
us. Your account is invited.
The St. Matthew's Savings Bank,
St. Matthews, S. C.
Established In 1889.
Individual responsibility.8 68,000.00
Resources as shown by sworn
statement Dec. 30,1905. 232,763 72
We will loan you money on personal
We will loan you money on end rsed
We will make farm loans for you at
We will take your money on deposit
for sale keeping.
We will take your money on deposil
in our a vings department at 4 per
cent compound Interest.
If you have money.to save, or money
to invest, or if you wish to borrow
money, It will pay you to come and
J. Skottowe Wannamaker. .President,
J.E. Wannamaker.Vice Presiden.
C. R. James.-.Cashier.
Clarance P. Zeigler.Asst. Cashier.
Dr. W. T. C. Bates; J. Arthur Banks:
Jno. E. WannaMaker; H. A Raysor;
F. J. Buyck; M. Jarecky; J. S. Wan
While this bank is strictly a home
institution, its stock being owned b}
people living in thi* part of Orange
burg County, still it is doing business
n all parts rf the Ountv.
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market, but there is only one '"best" Many manufart res have discovered the superior merits in
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One gallon of CTAG Paint, when
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One Gallon Makes Two."
Did you ever realize that the cost of your material was the least to be considered, when painting.
Suppose you buy some "just' as good kind" and after two or t ree years wear, the paint, peels off.
This means the exp*?nditude of other paint and labor. If work is done with STAG Rem i-Pas? e Pain
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wherever it is applied. For Sale by
J. W. Smoak,
Pike's Greatest Week of Bargains.
We will put on sale this week some of the grea'e^t bargains we have ever offered before, You cannot afford
to miss this chance of getting these goods at the prices we will sell them at This Sale Price
Shirt Waiht Suits, skiitswide, well worth 2,00, Sale
Price 1 98.
Extra quality white Tab suit*-, Waists and Skirts
beautifully trimed worth 3.00 and 3.50, Sale 1.98.
One lot of shirt waist great value st 75c. Sale 49c
vVe will sell shirt waist beautifully trimmed in best
vallace and inte'tion worth 1.00. Sale price 9ftc.
We" will sell one lot cf top skirts inblach. blue, brown
on center counter marked *to sell at ~ 50 and 3 00
choice of lot 1 24.
100 doz Ladies 10c vest at 5c. 1
Get some of our fancy collors at 5c.
Juf-t got in a large line of white bags at 10c 25c 5Cc.
Beautiful liue of white emb and wash belts at 10, 15,
25, and 50c.
We have a new line of gol find silver buts, belting
and buckels to match at 25 and 50c.
We will sell all our 45c Ladies fast black hose at 10c
Get a suit off our 10-4 all linen sheetihg sell at 12.
sale price WJc. 2J yards will make full suit
We guarantee satisfaction on money refunded. No matter what prices are quoted you w e are always lower
J. C. Pike, Jr., Inc.
-? ? _?
3 a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ?r%Ju
Seven MEGon boxes sold in past 12 months. TblS Signatare, ^*
in Two Days.
frmn^ box. 25c.
Eee- For SaK
ALIMITED SUPPLY OF BUPF
Orpington egg* for sale at 3 no per
se 1 ing of 15. One of t he best all roui d
fowls known. S'ock from "Willow
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4-19-6* Orangebujg, S. C.
Notice tn Creditors.
A LL PERSONS II A V I N G
xV. claims against the estate of J O.
Millions", deceased, wli present anil
prove t he same before the undersigned
on or before May 18th, 1U06, or be de
5-3-3. Lauka MiLnousE, Admrx.
N-nice oi Discharge
ON MAY 2ot.h 1900. I WILL FILE
with 1 he Judge of Pro a; e for Or
angehurg Q unty my linal account as
Administratrix o' J. O. Milhous", ( e
c- ased, and will thereupo ask for my
discharge as such Administratrix.
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? SURGEON DENTIST,
i Saving the natural teeth, care of
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*ork, (teetu without plates,) are some
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LTAing towns, buying Hay .or Grain
vill save money by buying through
ne. I represent an old reliable firm
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on our ponuUr make, I titrated cam..;. If Inter.
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lent anywiierc fur lotmtl i' tump*.
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COTTON BATTEN FOR MAK
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saie at 10 cents per pound.
3-29 Orange Mill*.
Norice of Final Discharge.
pLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
1 on the twenty-first day of May
li)06. the undcrsipned will file their
final accounlas executrix of the estate
of Henry W. Hancock, Deceased, with
the Judge of Probate for Orang burg
County S. C, and will thereupon ask
for Letters Dismis ory.
Mary W. Llndsay,
Apr. 13, 1903 4 Annie E. Millkk,
Executrix or the Last Will and Testa
ment of Henry W. Han xx;k, deceased.