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^TTINDAL AM) IUSH ALIVE.
^ot? Drowned in Santee?Kush Comes
Ipaek Home.?AiYair no Longer
Orangeburg, April 6.?A. J. Tindal
ana /Barclay Rush are alive. Th-ey
were not drowned while dynamiting
/ ior fish in the Santee River, near Eutawville
on March 31 last, and while
nearly every man in that section of
Orangeburg county was engaged in
dragging the river in efforts to recover
rhe bodies of the supposed drowned
m-en, the "victims" of what was believed,
by some, a deplorable double j
tragedy, were quietly makig their wayj
^ to distant parts.
L , Rush talked freely of the affair and j
at times was very much amused when
told of matters at this end in connection
therewith. He laughed heartily
when informed of the long and tire
I less search that had been made to re'
cover his and Tindal's "bodies" from
the swollen- Santee, and again at the
I information that Tindal's will had been
Declaring that he and Tindal had
L quarrell-ed and separated in Augusta,
^ Ga., and that he had not heard from or j
of his late comnanion since, young
Rush told a story substantially as follows:
Tindal, according to Rush's statement.
was heavily involved financially
and in order to get rid of his troubles, j
hit upon the scheme of taking acci-1
dental drowning, urging him ( Rush) to
join in with tlie plan, to wmcn me i<u-1
% ter consented.
The two went to th^ river, taking!
dynamite, also two extra hats, and;
these were the hats found floating on j
the water when a search was instituted I
for the missing men, and which, in the
winds of many, helped to confirm the
After "planting" the "evidence" at
the river, said Rush, the two prepared
to take their departure on the Atlantic
Coast Line train running between j
* ?1 ~~ tViair rarrmin.
<Jreston ann ueumarn.,
ed in hiding until th? train reached
Parler, several miles above Eutawville.
They first got on the "blind baggage,"
I but the porter ran them off, however,
just before the train started, said Rush,
they -sneaked back and got on the rear j
ste^s of the last coach. I
They went as far as Denmark that
night, March 13. then on 10 Augusta
the next day. After being together in
Augusta for four or five days. Rush
says he and Tindal had a falling out
and the latter left him, but where Tindal
went or where he is. now, Rush
ripplnros he does not know.
Decided to Tome Home.
Relating his experience after separating
from his companion, young
Rush says he "worked around" until
he landed in Alabama, but the only
^ J -work he could get to do there was too
y hard for him, so he decided to return
to his home, working his way back.
At the time of the supposed drowning
of Tindal and Rush, the Santee River
section of Orangeburg county was
greatly stirred over the affair. Tindal
was a prominent young farmer, of
splendid family connection and was
to all appearances successTuT in busi^
ness. Barclay Rush was employed to
assist in conducting Tindal's farm operations.
PWhen the two young men failed to
return from the river, where they
stated they were going to dynamite
for fish, on March 13, their relatives
and friends became apprehensive and
immediately began a search. Their
hats floating on the river, the over-j
turned ana damaged boat and other
By circumstances plainly indicated that
they had met death either by being
r killed outright dv aynamne Ul nau
b<?en so badly injured that they were
unable to swim ashore when their boat
* upset; therefore they were given up for
dead and for days the river was
searched by doz ns of people, whose
efforts were not rewarded by the recovery
of the "bodies".
Whispers ami "Slanders."
Soon, however, it began to b? whis^
pered around that, perhaps, a search
on land would produce more satisfac[
' tory results; then th r- wore stories in
J the newspapers intimating that, after
I all, there probably had been no tragI
edy. The friends of the supposed "de
ceased" became indignant at the "foul
attacks upon their memories," etc, and
? strongly resented insinuations that
Tir.dal and Rush had not met the fate
claimed. A little later Tindal's will,
dated March 1. was filed here with the
judge of probate, and this circumr
stance caused h renewal of gossip concerning
the affair. However, the people.
about h^re apparently decided to
give the young men the benefit of the
doubt and discussion of the affair was
practically at an end, when arrives
Barclay Rush, whose sensation story
revives interest in the matter and puts
upon the lips of nearly everyone the
question: "Where is Jack Tindal; will
he, too, return?'
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