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GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Items of More of Less Interest Con
densed Outside the State.
Sam 4ull,ick was shot and killed
and Upton lead was SenouSlY
wounded in a sh oting scrape near
Bunchanan. Ga.. which grew out ot
a quarrel because lead refused to
drink with Bullock and another
party. The affair occurred II
Head's dining room.
Mrs. Helen Wilman Post. the
"mental science mind cure healer,
convicted at Jacksonville. Fla., of
using the mail for frauduient pur
poses. has been sentenced to be
confined one year and one day in
the penitentia _: at Nashville. An
appeal has been taken to the United
State circuit court of appeals at
The postoffice department has re
ceived news that the office at Hum
phrey. Ark.. has been blow\n up.
Reports have it that the motive was
robbery and other reports that the
affair vas caused by dissatisfaction
with the postmaster. who was a
negro named Greer. The office
has recently been in charge of a ne-;
gro girl and man. as deputies of
Noah Raby died on Tuesday in
a poor house in New Brunswick, X.
J., of which he had been an inmate
for the last 4c years. If he had
lived until April 1 next. according
to his own statement. he would
have been 132 years old. He re
tained his memory and would re
call many incidents of his long ca
reer until very recently. He is said
to have been born in North Caro
Postmaster E. S. Parnell, ot
Tunction. Union county. Ark..
has resigned his office. His reasons
as stated to the government are that
his family has become mixed up in
a political fend in his county and
that four members -of his family
have been assassinated within the
past 15 months. With these facts
in view, he feels it clearly his duty
to his family and friends to leave
A passenger traih on the Aalan
tic Coast Line was wrecked at
Alapaha, Ga.. by running into an
open switch. The engineer saw
two men at the switch fooling with
it. and applied the brakes. but was
too close to stop his train. The
train collided with. freight cars and
the engineer and fireman and por
ter were injured. Detectives are
of the opinion that the wreck grew
out of a recent strike.
It is reported from Roberval.
Ouebec. in Canada, that twelve
lives were lost in a fire which de
strovedl the hme of Tlhomas Ouay.
at St. Felicien. on alondo. in th;e
house at the time it was destroyed
were the eight small children of
Quay and Mlrs. Philip Gagnon and
h~er ~three small children. all oit
whom were burned to dleath. Both
Gagnon and Guay. the fathers,
were absent working in the woods.
Fourteen persons- are believed to
have been killed, of wvhom the bod
ies of only five have been recover-1
ed, about ~a score iniuired andl sev
eral are missing through the col-!
lapse on Wednesday in Newv York!
of the steel skeleton of the Hotel
Darlington. a 13-story apartment
house in process of construction.
The disaster is believed to have
been dlue to criminal carelessness
of the contractors in overloadmgn~
the floors. The steel frame was
crowded with workmen at the
time of the collapse.
The president has sent to the
senate his nominations for the
members of the Panama canal com
mission. The chairman of the com
mission as nominated is Rear Ad
miral John G. Walker. The com
mission as constituted by the~ resi
dent is essentially a body of en
gineers, six of the seven members
having (distinguished themselves in
engineering work. It seemns likely
that the commission, as a body,
wvill g~o to Panama withiin a month.
Preliminary work will be begun im
G;overnor Vardaman. of \ lissis
sipi~. surrouinied the county iail
at ~.erian oni .\Iondlay with three
mil.itia compa'cnie5 in 'ruder to~ pre
cureti a through registered mail
pouch. Governor Vardiaman, garve
out an interview on the su'bject of
l,ynin which is of peculiar in
tveSt. Im view of his L.Lterances
during the campaign. I le said he
cld Ivilypathize thoroughly with
I w'hse frieid or relative had
bee-n outra.ed or atrociously mur
(ered bv a black brute: 1 ut there
w::s thii certain. the law must
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
items -of More of Less Interest Con
densed in the State.
Mrs. E. B. Foxworth. of Marion
CoIlntx. is dead as the result of
o f hhood poisoning cauzed by pick-1
ing a fever. blioter with a pin.
Fire. caused hv a defective flue.
caused the destruction of the new
high .school at Anderson on Mon
day morning. entailing a loss of
Governor Heward. oin the re
port of the comptroller general that
County Treasurer E. I. Free. of
!'arnwell. is behind in his accounts
to the amount of S"11.475.42, has
suspended Treasurer Free.
The six-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. i. Suvdam. o near
Congaree. was crushed to death on
Tuesday by a log on whoch she had
been sitting, eating lunch. and
which in some manner began roll
ing. throwing the little girl off and
rolling over her.
Take Cannon. coJored, was shot
and killed by M\ilt Duke. colored.
near Pickyns. on Sunday atfernoon.
The shooting was the result of a
quarrel wimch arose during a gane
of craps. Indictmetats for sixteen
negroes who were in the game have
. ler, Bennett. who was con
victed o; manslaughter in Hampton I
county and given a life sentence.
and wasardoned in 1899 oil
co.-ition that le leave the State,
wired Governor Hleyward from
Savannah that he wished to return
to this State because all of his
property and his people are in
South Carolina. Governor Hev
Nard adviie I Bennett that I,!
would not interfere in the case at
It ;s reported from Holly Hil!
that on Saturday morning a
strange negro was arrested in that
pace for disiorderly conduct. He
uised insulting language to the
town marshal. That night the ne
ro turned up seriously wounded.
t the h use of one M[anuel. a col
ored man. saving that two white
men had taken him from the guard.
house that night and had slot him
but had not killed him. 'Manuel
was afrai ti give him shelter but
directed him to a vacant house.
where he weNCt. Xext morning he
was found dead. with several pis
tol Vounds' ~in his bodyV. The affair
C rip Aniderson. a negro, was
ldlged in tiie Srpartanhurg jail
ol Sundar x Oin tile serious charge
of rape. l-Ie was brought up from~
IaAeth a cons5table. having be.en
of thlat pilace. He is accused
of criminally assaulting .Mary Ann
I lill. an~ aged and resplectable white
woan v;i~. ites nlear Pacolet wSithl
her laughter. Mrs. Millie Low. whlo
swore out the warrant. Tile alleged
crime is said to hlave beenl commnit
td on last Friday, whlen tile aged
womain was at theC house alone.
Tile reason whly it was not mlade
known soonler.'according - .Mrs.
Low, is that hecr mother, who is 78
ears of age, and in her dotage
fearing the threats of th- nezro. :!e
cided to tell no one: but finally im
parted it 'o her dlaughter, with the
rsu ts abIove stated.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Jno. C. Wilson, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, Jas. D. Kinard hath
made suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Administration of the estate
of and effects of Mary A. Kinard.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Mary A. Kinard,
deceased, that they be anid appear' be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be /
held at'Newberry on Friday,March 4th (
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted..
Given under my hand, this.
16th day of February, Annc,
[L. S.] Domnini, 1904.
JOHN C. WILSON J P. N. C.
People's National Bank
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