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Becomes Suddenly Insane and Threat
ens the Women-A Psychological
Oreenwood county narrowly escap
ed anotlieri horrible crime Monday
m1orning. 13ob Fallst, a negro man of
aiboit 3o vei's of' Ig, who ha1.s iere
tof'ore born0 a good repliitaion, sd11(
denly Seemed to becomlie violently in
Miane and14 anllnonn Ieed hlis intention to
lomminif ra1pe, jittawkinig, in turni, flhrep
(ilTferen( nlegro Women, and, being
tlwarted, rode inlto the Yard of Mr.
lien Kiii, (me of* the bir-est aid be-st
knowni f'armers in flie Coronaca sec
tiol if Ithe (<m11 1111y, loildly proclaiiling
Ilis pirpose. ill inoul d 11114 'obscene Illn n
ape. Mr Ki-'r tu1ppe ai to I it hlis
home and ordered thec negcro fromn hiis
prellises. Falst iad it guln, hlowever,
and dismouting, ebarged utpon Mr.
Hiiv witIl his gill. Several nlegroes,
I-11fl, lof' fimilies, whio had114 been at
vald mly% inl (lte 1norinl., wvere
R ~ ~ ~ ~ n vat iuW ll *illf, lillr Ililln
while he4 w IsllreatlelinX .\ir. Kill,'
'1 1i .J 111 -.lli'w_'.' that slio lljo lIbv 4r1i1
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hile), ' 1il k 1'.I l . r. K ill'r, WI S 41111,
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Mit. iii.r's. The ne,rovs wIho) 1111 1
vapi-Irl4' Inifi wvre fr111 wrelnki..!- S11111
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I i',1 ,ill the Il'l-4 i111 ajpearIllev of,
Mr. HIw4's rIlvvented Ii, ien. Mrlh.
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vinI h o bfi4-111114i ii ', w iall e tr e s
o inists.Thf theaAruist hEstates
aooeind hotwe The Stevd.o h
vu- e k ali Valls Tivi'll eli l ,
in :nl 14 be 1 no c h .i l 'a i this
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Aiw) i\\4 ha vvh,n w _n Ili wi l ' -p i ll,n
'.- r Ie lvI] i 11' 4. na s lislial 11sider
7Sh11.1 v . Tx ll p iii n. r,ills but \udI'
with hi h 111'n- it I 'a. (In i lp'4
1 n4. e \\:I.\. rlitn ' 0fe r ni l'n rih sevellot.
. 141oI, at-o. nlha len funin th'lf isI
!\b 'I l I't wei hi l ii (att I i fe wollt,
000 Ileilt to ol in llgeir latest
:st haint fwon <ane ca ust.inpd until
ia-ly. Threie' $n00,00,00 who wiroe
ilm( wteay he neled,'ImO1t e waslint
frome s|ug a,4( thle'bilin of the Wl
sIIn.I)4 nerKin ne:n-n hhng, whil
ii, Tiri wKings Copere Kngar the
h'e. Kih-gra ater hing and otheo
fTh' foundati. ofe the wAnsto mo
hoprmie p ianos lasl and rawar. hs
bpreof wa nethedn landh hons of
hltill lhir mindthe ego,bind Asto
hi,. Tie ouni of V s,anderit
brtise w y i th uritu mra.le lite
Kilwan )u11 on is n ad lo econd-i
hand steam boats. The latter led to
army coitracts, the profits from
.which went into railroads and assidu
oisly watered stocks, hence its strong
and permanent growth. The total for.
tune of all the Vanderbilts today is
W1ien we want an expression of
grreat wealth in Europe we say. ''The
lhtschild.'' Twenty years ago in
Amerien it was the Goulds,
lie Astors and the Vanderbilts. To
day it is Hockefeller. Everybody can
reiniber how the battle of Waterloo
pinees the lothschilds in England on
"teasy street.'' With the family learn
el t lie news of Napoleon's defeat
niany hours before the stock Exchange
heard it by way of the Channel boat.
Ifie immediately spread it throughout
Capel Court that Wellington had been
lieked out of his boots. Down went
tlie funds. Itothschild bought every
thing in sight. Next morning every
body knew that Wellington had won.
Up went the funds, sky Itigh, and as
liotliselild sold out at tle top his
for1ime was enorinmoisly inereased. In
a sa of' itfew Io, lors le 1imd1l become
lhe m111ist powelhif fill ial fi--ure in
-:land Til. The Kin" 1 a1ndl the peerage
were iti his feel. Iend need not,
sneer al low Yaliikee f'ortiies are
GOOD COLORED SOCIETY.
One of the Ways that it Might be De
veloped in-New York
New Y'ork( Timles.
New Yorkers were told not long agiro
by , le liChiarleslon News and Courier
Ihl, inisteadg of eomnplaining heanse'
n e~gles h1:n1vbllll imei hionses
il !41l residential sIreets. I hey
shn b4 .e.jniiev ill it as iiidiention of
lw- pr N.perity attainled I by, the blick
n* -1 in il Iis parl i lf tHie (:4 ii11ry and
voIf11-in l ifn of (,what Ii North has
i t le llnek 1n1i c111h1l dill if' lie
h li Ih l' gnir v n e l en ied to him11 in
lii, S it i. Nimw th ll ichwool m dTiiiies
I)isi,ith.ll 4-11me(s -S ,1iward w%-itlh anolher
s11,r- Sltilon f'or (1ur1 ben-fi1.
T,4-rv in.s lon1_, been well-.justif'ied
aopin~it, it says, that ti l egroes
lid not dr41 iaw sovial lines am ing them
s l 1s. that, in tliei race solidarity
w so sironigly developed that. the
indiustrionis 11n1d virtuous did not sepa
rat. from i lie lazy and vie;ons, and so
bin 1 upon themIy the only condemna
tifiln (1liat they would eraily feel. Such
:1 drwingf tIe line tie Timies-Dis
Iateh see, "r i pretelds Io see, in tile
(.1'forts mak1ing here Ilo provide tihe
better eilass of negrs with homes
int a part of a ''b.my'' aand outside
filie ilvmiior-alizilln." iniuitenies whicli the
'' l ( lny'' always exerts u1pol its inl
1in.liitais. whathever tlleir rae or el
41r. As f"r a i<1i41teid p4rophecy I1liat tIne
lite will c"11iie when wllites ;111el blacks
will livi. pe.ii-t.h1 y an happ1ll ilyilN inl thle
S.ime aairtm niIIl lioises, the Times
111ispal i-l withIi l'ite sit re SnI sia vs,
''lihit is a matter fori lie New York
irs t sile,i on1. aidoes noti eneerni us.'
V'ery seiously,'howie~veer, ini speak ing
oft Ihie nieedulfhr 'Siall lines,' it re
enalls Ithat il '' has frequently enlled
atteiitigin toi this situnat ion ini Rich
imgiiid, :miil hnas politely advised the
resp)ec'talei iiegri es gif thle communuiity
that for their oiwn protection aind im
Igilliow the rule adopited byv the whites,
lromi lieir gwn sueinl cireles, andu ex
etule theg coriiit and corlrupjt ing ele
mniils. I 'uitil this is doneui, I le niegr.
ruett ieniniit lilipe to iiake p,wo'ress lin
etitiure or nuirailiv.
Someig wvill ireply to t his that social
The MAJESTIC MAl
th-roughout the entire
COAL IRON BODY in
of Malleable and Char
We want you to call ai
it is the best material i
you intend to buy or n
lines cannot be drawn where there is
a close approach to homogeneity, but,
of course, there are differences among
negroes, just as there are among the
members of other races, and, had it
not been for the pronouncement of
this Southern authority, we should
have rashly assumed the existence of
many grades of black folk, all re
cognized as such by themselves. Even
now it is hard to believe that they lack
this strongest of human instincts
that of the wise to look down on the
ignorant and of the good to draw away
fron the wicked. And perhaps the
excessive solidarity of which the
Tiimes-Dispatch complains is copied
after another solidarity, a polial one,
that has been under frequent discus
sion for some years past.
Zaccheus and Me.
The head of a well known thetologi
cal seminary in the South, says 11ar
per's Weekly, is accustomed to test
the ability and self-possession of the
students by sending them into the pul
pitf with i a sealed envelope in their
hands coiinin the text of a serimon
Io he deliveredl oin the spur of Ihe
one stleh occasion the stilnilnt
doll opleningr his paper. read thes(. in
s rue to'n ' ' Apply the s'tory of Zae
ieens Ito your own cireuimstances and
YOur call to the ninistry.'
The student, Cleverly enough, deliv
ered hilmself of the following:
''Brethren, the subject on which I
address you is a comparison between
Zacehens and i myself, with reference
to my (pimlifientions for the pipit.
The fir1st thi4ng we ruad of Zacehienis
is that I(e was small of stature. I1
iever felt so small as T do now. Til
Ile seend place, we read that %an
eleaswas u1 a tree. which is vvrv
mniehl mlY po4sit ionl at presvint. Thli rdly.*
if is Ilateiid 11ha1t zochenlls ma,1de
til em. dimwn: and in this T .0adlyN
a i inl i j ll fiollow his example.
Now. there was a certain girl anal
she had tlree woIers. The first w-11r
said she was the whole vorld to him,
bult sit I'rowned 11po) his suit. ''lhe
secon1ld wooer snid she was the '1un1,
1110ol anlld stars to him), bit ST( had1te
hin be oin his way.
'To ime,' said the third, ''you are
11 yOnilg womian of agreeable manners.
with ey s that Ini.lt Ie a little bhiufr.
wih a nos( that is a wee bit puiey,
and with it few freckles, and an an
nying. habit of' blitirting out your
tih ug t.''
She married the third wooer. Heing
pressed for an explanation of her con
uillel she said:
" I , L'oodiness! I thiIk I was selsi
bIe. I 111uwried the itonly one that
hal 4olnrage vnogih to tell me of my
i als lbefore 1imrriage, instead of
wailing- to throw them up to ime af
Ilt a ukes a iniancial gerfins to spend
his mioney laster Itan hIe makes it.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas,
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,"
writes H L~. Stanley, of Bruno, "since
the restoratiou of my wife's haalth
after five years of continuous coughing
and bleedmng from the lungs; and I
owe my good fortune to the world's
greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, which I know
from experience wilt cure consumption
if taken in time. My wife improved
wvith first bottle and twelve bottles
completed the cure.'' Cures the worst
coughs and colds or money refunded.
At W. E. Petham & Son's druggIst.
50c, and $1.00 Trial bottle free.
L.LEABLE and Steel Rar
~ountry p ar-excellence,
11aae of Steel ,making it
coal Iron, you can readi
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or Range bodizes, an d in
ot, as the information g
any day, you are
A surprising situation was develop
ed recently at Greenwich observatory,
England, which is, without question
one of the most important astronomi
cal stations of the world, due to the
putting in service near it by the L,on
don county couicil of its new power
station. The station is loeated exact
ly oi the meridian, about a ;nile south
of the observatory, and althought it at
present has but a small part of its
compleient the entire eqluipment will
have an output of more thnn 50,000
horse--power. Already sone distrub
anee has resulted from the operation
of certain generating units, and the
observatory authorities have brought
the matter before Parliament, as they
fear that when all the machinery is in
place and running their instruiments
will become useless.
The surprising feature of this situa
tion is that apparently no steps have
been taken before to protect the ob
servatory. Application for authority
to build the power house was made
abolut forl yvars al-o, and whenl it
w i .rallite( er l llepartillents ot tilie
"(1eVl1lilW lt. , as %ell as privalte ill
t(rest s. were va eiiile'l vet tile
4lbservat orv, the oie histititlion most
likely t iv alretel. ".(eIs to have
beenl overl414)ked. 111( appalrently N it s
omffeers did ino't realize what was be
ing done. Now they find not only that
there is somelf. vibration; but that the
gwo large chimneys of the power
house. coinill-r inl the meridian may
possibl.y interfere with the observa
tionl of transits, iot only on account
of the climlniievs theniselves, but he
eu o1 tle h.t A:ases which will pour
Ond of them.
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. .1 C. Warren. pastor of
Sharon Baptist Church. lelair, Ga ,
sa.s of Electric Bitters: It cured me
of lame back, stiff joints, and a com
plete physical collapse I was so weak
it took me half an hour to walk a mile
Two bottles of Electric Bitters have
made me so strong I have just walked
three miles in 50 minutes and feel like
walking three more. It's made a new
man of me." Greatest remedy for
weakness and all Stomach Liver and
Kidney complaints. Sold under guran
tee at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
Store. Price 6oc.
Essential to the Course.
The automobile may have conie to
stay, but. it will lave to stand the
wittivisms of tle press for a good
while. (hne 4t the latest satirical
thrusts is troim the Chicago News:
That Nwas an ideal course the Auto
mobile (-]ilb selevted for its race.'
S Yes ; I here was a blacksmith shop
and11 a phar-macy every hialf-mile.''
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, of
Ford City, Pa., had his hand fright
fully burned in an electrical furnace.
He applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve
with the usual result: "a quick and
perfect cure." Greatest healer on
earth for Burns, Wounds; Sores,
Eczema and Piles. 25c. at WV. E. Pel
ham & Son, Druggist.
Some mien's idlea of persev'eranece is
to. see hiow long they can cherish ill
felling for some11 real oir fancied griev
He Was In Trouble.
"'I was in trouble, but found a way
out of it, and I'm a happy man again,
since Dr. King's New Life Pills cured
me of chronic constipation," says E.
W. Goodloe, 10'7 St. Louis St., Dallas,
Tex. Guaranteed satisfactory. Price
25 cents at WV. E. Pelham & Son's drug
THE SUPERIOR 00
ige as formerly turned c
and far ahead of any oti
double its value, arid tt
ly see that if quality is c
plain lhis new feature:
cidentall y, why it is not
ained will serve you in t
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A COMFORTABLE. I
Rugs, Mattings, Linoleun
want. Art Squares fron
Scrap Carpet, Sideboard,
Hall Rack $4.00 to $25
Ice Cream Freezers thatY
utes, big line Refrigerator
Hammocks ever brough
newest and most up-to-da
from $15.00 to $100.00.
i ne of Wardrobes and Se
Goods have advanced.1
have not advanced the pri
and get our prices.
We Moon I
Best Stoves o
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3er range made. But wil
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3 $8.00 to $30.00.
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