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TIEROE NORTHEASTERN STORM.
Considerable Damage Done to Pro
perty But No Lives Lost.
Wihliin.-ton, N. C., Sepit. 17.
Cotlage, hotel aid railroad(l proj)crty
was damaged to the extent of $8,000
to $10,000 and for six or eight h1our's
ipwardis of' 200 imnii, womeii and chil
drenl were vit 11ff f'rom Ihe Imlainindl(
inl immwn l4t 1peril by a hierve northl
ca sI stor- i whitb wt-1 Wrighisville
ia-h, nlill- Ilihs vast of, W ibingt)-on,
,early today. The stormll caie Witholit,
Wilrn ig 11111 lm1dreds of cottagerm at
the blech received their First, intilml
i i I f 111 A awaiekeniig to fuin
bnaesswel-Ipill. eh-ar Itcross the
bea-h 1to it somiil :lld rollin"g high
up o th nuinlad, Iwlliles be-yond.
A tIrlly I ar kv'r.t, o I t ' he t ch inl
ca of an 1 merency tooki itboit. 25
q-arlY r1.I'es II(Iross Ohe sounid onl the(.
Ifreostle by whib it. is reaede(I inld froir'
other ars resold frI'omli tle city to
ia f(e ihone rilessige an11d I,iitiglit oth
l.rs aeross, while wa.lives Swept thle
Itrestle. Tiise ft 10on tle liteh were
Ire1u,1' of, cn>ssilgl thi e trestle 111141 dr-1
:ed 401111m- avross, the sh-ru011re
iin %\awy immdiiviately alfer the
)inAj, ear re1-'aied Ilhe 1t m6lit1la1nd. The
lr 43 4 r aseI l I'lm-y 111til 1 11 ll't
I h11- resnl work was ble-in b'y at
m111111114-iwr lo, a : lit's mills who sell
81t1 Illsills 1114.po (h'11ha 111cl :i[ ..-Ivit
risk, brinwiln'i' first 114 woml eln tlatd
aligi J, tliincl
CIIre and4 later tihe mllenl, lhelt hst ( of
flhe 11o11ber. briuii-ht ilver. at 5 (I'vlock. I
Sheriff' Int i teda a
nin lthosv vatI thIl i t dihe bIeat ai
al fonve 4ilo' sed i t- )iII.-rmi lls anld 1,a.11
Vl rlr-ling, he blach Io peveit 10 -
illr' e 4 i l 1c111ccs Ier.1s
A\t ( ';roli1 m i . l-lich, f,or1 le d1o)wn
tlie n1o1il iaui , 11h vre Was s4 mic da illet'
to votlages, III tI Ilhe residivius iad left
therv ilhe 11a1Y iefore u poln falling at- s
rom e of er.
At Smi3 hpl3 1 , ali lt, lhe i mo t' (f the
Cae l''ear river, the Ili-hol craft hald
a narr w iiiOiscalle 'fr-om'l Ilhe storml1, Selv
era l ol Ile plassenlger boaIIts heintg
A t Ohl ihnmwick bi wleen Wil
Ataintie of' the Fisheries eompt' anly oe
New Yoro, wIs blown bodsi d
asllore i ti'i bt a k uilie hll it is nlot daim
.n y ,reall l. e nI. The l ye('l
)3ilr Navnhwe, 4md hen- ilt -o1'clk
ti m ri , lie s ne l yt I -rivid. S'hle
th isas and pu ut)II14. i tsevo tht 1Te
:v ii 11 1.1~ 11'1t 111 I ll est- a v tIo
heodury 4)l' It. Tmnijht the solirhs
' . I nI ity Iu r h nIt I 1 i nx -! 1 s0 -
Iol d . \ I' i 0e cim lIt c'1 wit h with
8,nh h'l the et 1t waT the I.
.R nierim',te. hvn oott
Stvere off Norfolk,
Norol , t Vl.l 8ep. 17.at.h Norwe
gianl siitmner Frelie. 10p. irail an
bmd o atim resfto, S. C., for mew
York, mnght in the northeast stor
tAo this oas(, find theref MoIHt -of
wcndaw, burnediafe getting game dis-0
tancea fro the osthwespt wnhere Cat.
rlenis takibnges the atlt Mount"
Wlearan weathe1 beoeclki. Js
Tthe end ofiance hsarrd chnrel,
fromr sNew rk tithc to he cend ire
nkiabeth pVan', ater a'ii1 sevr expi
ene as bhestor diing whoal, the
Vairng lh ost ridelad d 1otherh
thtsor o erco m nd r, Ca t
was swept today by' a 7 ie tom
knj igdwntes ig ors
ing of her commander to keep I
from going akround. With the
1r1'ease of the wind, it was deemiled Aw
to discotitinue the trips.
Wreeks of unbrellas were to be se
3verywhere and protection was of
afforded in storm coats and bo<
from the heavy driving rain wI
iiecompanied the wind. The wii
were aill working badly, wlien ti
worked at, all, aid Charleston n%
pretty well isolated form the rest
Ahe world. Tlie lowest, reading of t
batroteler was 29.44 inches, an <
treiely low registry. Thi;s being i
1orded abont 2 o'clock. The maximit
wind velocity of 47 miles was not i
lained utitiil after 3 o'clock. Foi
-aster (1ran thought at that til
atn tlie worsi. of the disturbance w
,Ver, as f'ar. its (harleston is coleel
.(I. h'lle Clyde steamer Apache vc
iiteil on her trip to New York todt
in spite of the warning of the weatli
)Ireatu, but the ships are extrema
tainehi vessels and she will probab
vi.lIher the 0raIle successfully.
Prayed During the Voyage.
New York, Sept. 17.-fMany of tl
P23 passengers onl tie steamer Ma
alia which arrived today from Ma
vill-s, Naples aid 1'alermo, spel
1i-ilr filme in) prayer and weepil
rhlile Ibe sh-11eaer laboredI in a her
iv 'nie at sla u1ti Sept. .11. Fior .
IIIIs Ile stealiler's deckcs were l(.
iumimsly swi!pt by heavy seas ai
Ihp passenlige's were kept below. Ca
le Ipns, elieken eoops, boat cover
Ifmost everything movable on, dec
'1r11 smai1.shied or swept overboard.
The Ieavy seas smllaslhed a pen cot
lininl- sevvral ItlIs wlielh flouildere
h111 Ille lecks bellowing with terro
,IIuunmher of winle casks which weI
IsledI on lek broke adr1ift at t1i
11n1e time aid the decks were a seen
t ileseribable eonfusion witi ti
>is breaking over tle sitip it ever
Meatinine there vas a scene almo
'rrifying tinder the battened hateha
I' Ihe steamer where the immigrant
er colfited to prevent them frol
IMeling Ilie delcks and being waslhc
I-., the sea. While the steamer wv
dling and pitelhinig heavily two ele<
iect li-li t wires inl tihe iimigratt
t11rt er-s heile crossed and tile e:
hision which fdllwed added to di
cr1r,411(, I le paissenlger's, whlo wei
l radyi eithier iun their' knees pr'ayini
r tighttintg ti theiselves in
ratli fI o t(ut tl escapeit Ilie shiip
(ll. Whlen the gale subsiled tle o
ivors and crvew were (.Xlh aist ed.
DR. CHAS. D. M'IVER DEAD.
uccumbs to Attack of Apoplex
While on Bryan Special Train at
Durham, Passing Away Before
Medical Aid Onuld Reach
Du)nrhtt at. Sep)t. 17.- -Dr). Chlarltes I
IlI ete, priesidletnt of' the State Not
ata & tInstrnial College, at Greeit
L)ro, diedt suddenly otn I he Brya
>ee'ial t rain itt 4.40 o 'clock thiis af'tei
tOin as thle result. of' a strjoke of ape
I 'lexy Theia (end camte whenit t trai
as buiit a short di1st ance from Duri
ttt en troutte to G reensboro.
Tllhs a ftetrnoon, after 1 hatd seen th
wdl in thle Acaidemiiy oft Music al
uiirham i andia heardi Mr. Bryan btegi1
is speech'l, I walked hack to thle trai
itd wet itto onte of the firste'las
mehelas, where I sa DI r. (harles I
IceIvetr sifti ting on the fr'ont. seait wit
is feel otn the lonig-seai aheac
Chlent atsked why lie did ntot at ten
lit speaikinig, lie said: ' 'I have a
cute aatt ack olf indigestion and ami
We take this meth
iandsome new Store,
the public generally, i
We have given yc
Whether you corn
We specially invite'i
We thank all of
&rell as all new Cust<
Jo order will be too lh
.es Where you find Shiel
ey it is a safe place to 1
'14 they are sold by reli<
of, everywhere. Be sun
Kiser's King ;
for men, and you wi
-e- money's worth. M
-i styles and all the
Its Leathers, Patent Co
Gun Metal, Box Cal:
?. C. Riser Coipjp
Iy ATZ.4JLA T , GEORG.
e sulfferng cll lsidlerable discofort.
s- Ife looVkel pmle, bit not eoiith to
r- Clilse any ailarim. We talked abou
it differeiit thiiiigs for several minuites
lpWhen1 Sta11e Treasurler. B. It. Illey vamli
i p alot sat u Iw N y Mr. Melver am
2 ' !V.,I hi inl conVersatioli aboutl
I- his school. A few imomijents hater r
, Melver tapped his Chest alli saiI
t. that le was sufferin-,: there frm in
R, (iigestion. Ile lossed his head t"war(
k M'. L' vid whispered, ''Call a doe
tor; I ai desperately ill.'' Mr1. Lae
1- ened1441 f'or IlpII) ald M. Walter Mufir
dI phy N, of, Sillisbury;N. Mr. A. D). Watt', of
.S'atesvilh., and Mr. P . 1). G( ,4 01o
e GreensTbord, respo d aItid hielped t
e stiell the sick non1 lonl the lon1r Seat.
ile n4d hal coml1e already. 1)1. Me
e Iver was dlyig w\hen lie calledI to Mr
y Lavy. I)r. Joties, of Hillsboro, was
onl the traii and rendered what-se
it viee lie colild, bud. his patient was be
Syonld inIa 1 aid.
s The suI(deniiti death of Dr. Mcver
n east I gloom over tile train. Mr. Bry
(I nIII, Senator Simmons, (1ove'rn-1or Glent
a nd all others onl board were stuipefi
ed at the sudeiness of the smnmons
The ladies seenred flowers ad mad<
tw\o large bople(I0t8 and placed onle Oi
e either side of' the dead iman's face.
e 'Ri remilills vere brought to (Jreens.
boro on the special.
Declined Her Own Medicine.
hlr'e is alwaYs il-re or less tall
enrre-a-vill about abolishig. positions IaII(
dislvirsin.g pl. TI r ul aceord
ing Ill the Youith's Colimpaioll, is t<
know ,Jnst where to begiii the destiue
five reconstruction, and (4) find i.e
formers who are willink themselves
to he reforimled.
Ait E.-Iisli greait lady was once en
tertaniing tle labor member of par
liaient, Henry Broadhiurst, the duke
of A rgvyl aIId others at her county seal
She was andi( is ai strong lberal, and
one ev.eing inveighed against thu
house of lords. Tt would be SWeptl
aw.a.v if it (did not reform, she~ said,
"es,' agr'eed Broadhurst, ''and
how' w'ill y'ou like that Mirs. P9?''
" Lady P. if yVou pleaise, si,' in
stantly correeted Broadhurst 's host
less, drawing herself up haughtily.
But the co(at dloesn 't make the man
--not even a coat of tar and1( feathers.
An evil doer is one1( who b)elieves
in doing others before they attempt
to do him.
Of course, thle man who thinks as
a highly of himself as you do of your
self is conceited.
od of announcing to the
next door to the Newbe
:o call to see us there.
u now one of the most L
e to buy or not you are c
the ladies to call also, as
our customers for their
>mers that we GUARAN'
irge for us to execute ar
d Brand Shoes
to ask for
I get your
ade 1i 37
WI ~Pat. Colt
It 's impossible to convince a wo
man that a man's reason is better than
t her intuition.
Only a few people make good in
An actor seldom retires uintil he
is played out.
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J C. Warren, pasior of
Sharon Baptist Church, Belair, Ga,
says 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 Soc.
Even the so-ealled white lies are
more or less tainted.
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist, of
Ford City, Pa., had his hand fright
fully burned in an electrical furnace.
He a pplied 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 W. E. Pel
ham & Son, Druggist.
Shalking hands may signify friend
ship, and then again it may indicate a
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, 107 St. Louis St., Dallas,
Tex. Guaranteed satisfactory. Price
25 cents at W. E. Pelham & Son's drug
Any man possesses the ability to be
a big a fool as he pleases.
Luckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkansas,'
writes H L. Stanley, of Bruno, "snc
the restoratiou of my wife's health
after five years of continuous coughing
and bleeding from the lungs; andPI
owe my good fortune to the world's
greatest medicine, Dr. King's New Dis,
covery.for Consumption, which I know
from experience will cure consumption
if taken in time. My wife improved
with first bottle and twelve bottles
completed the cure." Cures the worst
cough and colds or money refunded.
At W. E. Pelhamn & Son's druggist.
50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
people of the county an
rry Hotel, and we cordia
P p-to-date Hardware Sto
ordially invited to call ai
we have rnany things th
past patronage, and we
FEE SATISFACTION to
id none too -small to havi
Why should 3
No one will sell
at a lower price
No one will ti
squarer or bette
No one is more
to help and to
No one will fill
orders with m
or pleasure thai
We are not th(
in business buti
us will tell you t
on earth to trad
IF SO CALL ON G
Where you can have y
nice fresh goods in th
GEO. D. D.
LIMESTONE COLLEGE FOR
tion*. Uni*versit Ehds n --H q
'Full Libar, Scientuuc uiu0i an
10.Snde for caal og LEH
:i city of Newberry tha
lly invite all of our frie
res in South Carolina,
wyway and make our s
at will interest them.
solicit a continuance 4
every one In every trai
) our best and most cal
rou not trade at
you better goods
than 0. Klettner.
reat you fairer,
willing and able
favor you than
and deliver your
11 0. Klettner.
) only merchant
all who trade with
hat the best place
le is at
EO, D. DAVENPORT
rour wants supplied with
e Grocery line such as
dard. Ab ~Le F acr hrongh Instrut
cosdHeaethfulness Honor Syste
S' INe GSession opns.Sepeber d19th.
t we are installed in our
nds and customers, and
or the United States, for
tore your headquarters.
)f it, and assure them as .
1saction, s|mall or large,