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RETARKABJ PH NOMFIN3. PRAISING HIS 5 ARX .
The Ocean Swallows Up Breakwat- Senator TiUmsan Roceived Hundreds
er at Fort Macon. of Letters About It.
A special dispatch from Moorehead Senator Tillman !a the recipient of
City, N. C., says Friday afternoon hundreds of letters of commendation
bout four o'clock Oaptain Pough, Of and congratulation o 2 his recent ut
t-a, Fort Mszon life saving stationj
sas startled t- r"'z- 04 tw em- I terances on the race qestion In the
binkments, breakwater and large pier Windy City. The Washington corres
were se . .i pondent of the Spartanburg Journal
The breakwater just In front (f says with his regular run of mail these
the mah buldini has cmpletely diF. letters heap in daily, and come from
appeared and there is now over 50 all parts of the United States. Some
feet of water, where only prior to the are from New York city, Chicago and
giving way of the heavy rooks there other great town L. N , 4A and
was three feet above the high water West. Oae of .nese epistles from a
mark. The large wharf in front of resident of Wa D . con
the 5ij , ,., . uai the water tains ths expression. "Although there
woild not let it settle and Cap. isn't much left of me, I will follow
tain Pough says this morni. there Is 5ou and your pr.cipes w u inoil."
over 50 feet of water where j enerally One of the Iesters, opened by his
there - -b - It to ten feet on secretary Saturday morning and pe
an average hlgh tide. rused with inte:est by the senator, iE
U.k..a k, aised his men out from "An O'd ,JAnfederate Soldier.'
nd they move every ing the: As letters from the old veterans art
zuld out of the station, for fear the. much in order nowadays with tb
- -ould all be swallowed up. He sayt press, the letter as ei d by yr
.he main building is all intact noi. representative from Mr. Tillman and if
7'ut in a dargrrous postion. He lost given to his friends who read the
all his wood for the winter that was Joural:
piled along the breakwater. He says Hon. Benj. R. Tillman, Washington
there was no snLck or anything to at- D. C.
sract his attention except the graduI Daar Sir:-I wish to forward m3
r settling of the earth. He says there are congratulations to you upon the fin(
large cracks running on the hills now speech you made while in .Catcago
The disturbance lasted fully forty a d show my appreciation b - encloz
minutes, the foundation around the ing to you a bank note from Souti
east end of the building has settled Carolina, dated November elevanth
about five feet. The citizens here Eighteen Hundred and Thirty-Three
think it was caused by the gradual I have held this note for some timi
heavy current settling against that and priz-d it highly, but afterreadin
polnD of t.,.e beaoa and had cut a sub. your Chicago speech, I decided that J
terraalan channel under the break- could not put it to a better use thaz
water and beach. to present it to one of 8 -.th Carolina'i
BEACH GRADUALLY SINKING. most worthy sons. The greatest ma
j rity of the people of Baltimore witi
At five o'clcck this evening the whom I have come in contact, hav
beach is within two feet of the lif:s spoken delightedly of your dttermina
station, The beach is now gradually tion and nerve in bringing up th
sinking. The doors in the main "race issue," after being warned tha
building cannot be closed. The beach it might bring forth dire results
has given . a, about ten feet during Kindly accept my congratulations anc
the day. The station and all build- note. From an old Confederate Sol
ings are exvected to go at any time. dier, Sincerely,
HIS OA41S WAS PIUIFUL. Capt. John A. Burgess.
No. 500 East 221 St., Baltimore
Md. December 1, 1906.
Cataleptic White Tramp Fell Into His Acoompaning the letter was an ol
Camp .Fire. faded, tattered paper bill, seventy
three years old, and the legend, bald,
Tte Columbia Record says in agotY ly printed on its face, and set of
from horrible wounds and subject with several engravings, one of then
without warning to cataleptic fits, a picture or General Sumpter, state
George Elwards, a white tramp, who under date of Nov. 11, 1833, tha
says he is a native of Spartanburg, .The Commercial Bank of Columbia
was taken from Southern railway train S. C., will Pay toJ. Brice, or Bear
No. 30 on its arrivalhere a' ly Friday er, Five Dolhars. The blls unsignei
morning and placed in one of the by the president and cashier of thi
sm(king rooms at the depot for medi- bank.
o-l trsatment. Dr. Frank T. Kendall, SE-atcr Tillman pr'zts this lette:
the local surgeon of tne railway, fina- and bill of ante-bellu dys verl
ing Lpon investigation that the man's highly. He stated that #e would hay
injuries had been received before he his secretary plac the bill In a scral
became a passenger, declined to as book fcr preseive-ion. Although the
sume charge of the case. He reported bill "represents nothing on God'
to City Physiclan C, F. Williams ana green earth, nor aught iv the wateri
the lalater had the unfortunate man below" It comes from an old soldi
brought to his offioe in the police pat- who is in sympathy with Mr. Till
rol vagon. His wounds were dressed man and his views on the race problem
and he was sent to his old home in and it is duly appreciated.
phertanburg on the 11 o'clock train. b
Eiywards was on his way from Ctar- T
leston north. He left the railway sta
tion near B lakylpe and in nep of tne Sopth Carolina Public Smprvice Coi
acut caaletio itsto h~chhe ndeprdate ofsk o 11,h83,ter.
subS.ct.,ellllnpayhis camprfcre andBra
ceivd horibl burs ontheighthan FTe SothlarolThe Pblic nsricne
and rm, ip nd rght ide Pasers C h porient ofNdw Yar and thi
by fund im ad tok hi toalac .
vuiC whee a indl phyicia ap-Satora givemn notieso ani aplte
plie fst ad bndags ad sup nd ill for anat-erlu f drysh pr ero
- hm wth tike to Spatan elticy and stam rthlay ne ou hav
burg.B~te tie he eachd hC s Osnerto Cplaet n biland alsortl
lumba, oweer1the ainof isbolubi and Auguvston. Thehoughpoh
themmadehim nabl to rce greeln earoh orazed sim the aoi
furter.bew, Yrwithme fro 2an old sold000,
000 as nsmh with ChMrH a. Till
He wa abl to wlk, oweve, man otendo hs iwthe acke t Lrobem
andhere w erto is oldrhome Op. angirs oulytapprdcited. dci
Spsrtanburg poiesaioneln th at1'cecd train. THE unerI helNsoE.h
hestou not go lefuche frri h Stat- h ok fSbcito
crosse ver lav te ndtnaoe ous bne oendiOanergnJnu
grunds candei felswtonwich o he 9,10.adihsoml plcso
gsu, Pas ersyntou im iredre,-as
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villewhere awkendl hysaidcther andepwrdp-cnen ad
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burg yTeN KNmeWh reahd oadoala rcsadsain
ranHer souter orwaln, her man rnedshrt seily aea
afgtown his Cwon, whad 3been dreo-ed ftioic adprpsst
lers swerpto he state hlo usealofiscrort upseIee
grundes ointandtlswooninglen toe y nte olwn outet i
grahe mountains foundty hig tohere, oBekly fooseO
adale wresdtative had toeen an rRcln, eigoSl
plied buhe linowfcinl ea Thursda dato ewod be~l nesn
rece 8 oto h ouainGen~lSpartanburg, whereoekaieter
wre exans an wd Itarean fose Yim.etr felUioNw
houosnreinuaed. berains. AknClltnn
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mngtawnsof prCipttng it 3,a00 flo-dO o ;rln;adas ntef
onte, hase weeb qaterf fto loigtannndite;Caretn
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w'~ lon ths sree tht te ftal luaoraenoo AbbevforeChAer.
peopl witout arnin. Tw Thc SH'llh Catrlnn, uLcuSevic
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and downe.Noth adso t o o r amchtioe; aor to. o on-t
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of cu~s wre ~shatioy.Th ws oranized som im go1
cflle srroudedby wter 0Th H.ndf withe Chns. F a. Timte an
grea smetingplat ofthe rzz a JmeeCttg Jas A.l Cig. Spinfiel,
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ny wll e aheay lseras s ard T"Iug th soor hrere stated eths
and hopsareinunatedOadomowlred tcondemn hands lael
easernA:zon. I loate InSoth rolinty for. hasvproposedal
theendofa banc o th Ar~oa nbrs or relessyCrolinans stotion
and ew Nic ra~roa andhas an lad ingWstr orea i tsepose oem
telegaph nd epres cice. t opat busichneft Trs ym for kall
b-llt pontheban oftheRiOba. matoernvorporate theposns offe thereai
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tnaed D.nB Bhesou of Whoodere
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condemnoands ndnoehrlproprty fo
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reach e-118iMos of te popuin. on ,o bpes
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gates re Ginn rdae.Cliwsshtndftaywode
brAkn of L ivepog ho r tservoice the sno . .Mue t e 'lc
mountains, morningawith a parlorloo
are looingcipa straee wste a Ie.Nn a esotnhti
wsre ala Thsdae nhat, rae Itifapoe t ebenacietl
fisoured ad colleltd faefo l h iengulred thecetroth
pele? withut deaning. Con oy' o~ d hoighsban
Amto erin aks w atoa pump geish-otA prti wspefre
dk, wne hein tnhi stee abrdeuaicgsehnisees.Bt
and gaved. Noarth inl h aile r rmnn and thet
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TIED IND GAGGED. I N)THBR WEL-X.
A PAR31ER KNOCKED SENSELESS Three Men Killed by Rear End Col
Ifeicn on Southern.
AND THEN ROBBED.
Taree kiled and seveaal injured re
He Was Driving Home When Set Up. sulted from a terrible wreck which c -
curred on the main line of the Sjuth
on by an Unknown Party eM railway, about 300 yards from the
or Parties. station in Danville, Vs., at an early
Attacked, knocked unconscious, hour Saturday morning.
bound, gagged and robbed of his cash The dead are:
by an unLnown party Thursday night Egineer G. C. Kinney, of No 34,
six miles northeast of Union, is what a fast pavseiger train from Jnokrot
is said to happened to Wallace Law- Flagman 0. J. Mull, of through
son, according to the sensational story freight train N. 84
told by himself to a press representa- An unknown man, whose bcdy was
tive shortly after his arrival in Union burned and mangled beyond all recog
about 1 o'clock Friday. nition.
abou 1fo'lo idy IsthestoThe wreck resulted from a rear-end
The following Is the story as rela- collision similar to the one In which
ted to the Union correspondent of President Spencer, of the Southern
The State on Friday: railway, lost his life scarcely more
"I oame to Union yesterday, bring- than a week ago. and not two hours'
ing my wife and two cnildren. They ride from the scene of the present dia
spent the night with thel cousin, aster.
Mrs. Lula Barton. I left Union, re- Further c necting. it wit' th
turning home about 8 o'clock. Wallace Tanksivtng tragedy is the fact that
Knox, a friend, was with me until we the engineer of the train, No. 34, who
reached his home, five miles from here, was killed Saturday morning, was the
after I drove on alone, letting mi7same man who pulled the tnrottle cof
aftr Idroe o alneletingmy the train -that plunged into President
mule jog along slowly in the dark.. Shen'a 02 taw occsine
"After going about one mile farth- Spencer's car. aa that occasion he
er, the drst thing I knew I felt a blow Came ou- uneratched; todaY te died
on the back of my bead, which knock- at his post.
edme fothbug.AIstck The w-reck occurred at 4 o'occk.
ed from the buggy. As I struck The freight train was standing on thE
the ground I felt two other blows on main lIne when the pissenger rr.sic
my forehead, when I became uncon aproacher the rear d.i
scions. When I recovered conscious- approched from the rear and Nit u
ness, the moon was shining, and I wanng, the gant hurled itself on to
was lying across the road with my ong them with its weright.
hands tied behind me with a haadker- ' Fire q ilckly broke out and 6 or
chief from my own pocket, and I was Fire ilcklt
gagged with another handkerchief- cars burned rate nknown man were
a white cotton one, which looks like it killed insantly, whnile Mnll, who ft
has never been used before. kid byte la whild au l, to hi
"This happened in a lonely stre ch said by the raiload authorities to be
of woods, a high bank on one sic e, and responsibe for the accident, died 1atei
a patch of pines on'the other. When in a ondpita here, having suffered
struck I was humming a hymn and severe wound in the head. -
Sleaning bak In my buggy, with the The fact that he didn't protect thi
top back. rear end of the freght, as he shoulc
e I got up I could not move nave done as a fBagman, is said to b
my arms and did not get them untied the d rect cause of the accident
until I had walked a mile to the home though two telegraph operators ar
of Mr. .. 0. Harris, my father-in- partially blamed for allowir g the twC
law, where I live, trains in the blcck together.
"In the lot at home I found the
mule and buggy I had been driving I GILLETTE 00112833B
When released I put my hand In my
pockets to see if I had lost anything,
and found missing two packetbooks,
in my black folding on (which had my Sweetheart.
name, weight and height on a card In A' Herkimer, - Y., on Thurada:
it and Chicago National Trust comp
any on the outside) a $20 bill and a $5 Chester Gillette, cbarged with th
bill, and in the other, a double snap brutal murder of Grace Brown, hi
pocketbook, I had $2.65 in silver and sweet-heart, whom he betrayed an
scme receipts. One of the receipts was
from F. M. Adams on Oct. 24 for $15 afterwars deserted, has set at res
then a registered letter receipt from all theories in the mystery by confes
EzIe for $4.50, and also a waybill of sing that he killed her.
some cotton seed-ah made out in my The confession came to many as
name. My silver watch was left, how- bolt from a cloudless sky, but Lo a
ever, and when I go the house I found least six people it Is said that th
it was 1 o'clock. confession bad previously been made
"My head was hurting me terri'ly In a statement made public today
then, and after bathing it, I went to Glllett indiff renty declares:
bed. This morning my brother-in-law, "I am guilty; I killed Grace.
E W. Harris, came with me to the struck her twice with my tennis rae
spot and we could find only two tracks, quet and then dumped her body over
one leading to the woods and no sign board in the lake."
of anything else except where some This same confession, it Is said, wa
one had been sitting on the side of the md eoetevritwsrtre
road-.nee Gillette i cohared cwithe th
"A t wo oud avdneIt Ihi usw el-harn whomheb rye.a
haveno ea fo so ar s Ikno aftrw ad thatrted thas et atllret
with the money aloteores n the myst ese-cutn fot ol ae bye monad
I day thogh Ihanded te poketbok nb h conel tole secre e r
wit oly hesmal hane n i. ~lsasTbe confesswo caeso ay asn
is bou al I wtht Icanthik tebothf prclondes sknew all tha
of no."tieat is eolenit ws saibdyani
Mr Lwsn s yun frmrsconfessehd preruleenrad
Gile Lawon, s mariedand asGto ltetbo indmigy carogseme
lile hilre. Wen pokn o aoutwtckGihertwe'icel uingm tei tra
whenhe eftUnin, e sad tat e qiuan akd foren fulle retatody ovtr
not acustomd to dinkinand ard tin thae fatefu." eron
perfctlysobr, s tha thre sems To' htis said contesslontetthsnsaidess
re o asothn ah Gff ile t mu s tai the shavie cnfhorroro
"as ll ah could. He dsows plintheaorey
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wiAhthemon y SThe Atratestainoneheter-r
As aboaleI kn " Does IanTribnkbu ingtFrdyngtpoe
abon rk yearo Saethe son ofim W-rbideoften. Yr
HGie Lwon, Cismarid and eihat two nrl n u~snRv alod
ldtl dachtdrn. WMen A.ke L. boun talykligoeothmna
perfecves aoborut five milero em Sprmnwrtotiln lnlsae
tabeno raon te Whint a tone afso hetidrilsseiorre n
acieally. hot aklled hwsari lcrctris h nkle
afteroon y he twinbroter, iws cohu aise add essnnn
H. Cggit Heman ith a nne- tis maid ftlhrt, Jhe vnt Giller
yea-ol nero oywasals s hadI ten, of ven Ea te Hudedc and Sev
the ace nd sde th hea andIsouteth street. Thel triha beenmad
in sriouscondiiony hs twoumneld t stopr a Afe thea
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the ewswas eceved n Srrtab twee hld hip clint the foeao thc
withmuc reretas ll artes cn-sanghdclesed thre roler. i mnt
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da atenon bot :2 oclck the boyin ain Sasrc stat en
boywasplaingwit a inge-brre ngrssman f Mr afll Repuatian f1h
shotgun, which wasfactso thouh ob as iati anu afternoon.ake
loaedThelitie oggns oy as sht at saidevlt onlet then Japnfese
othe chldrn sandng roud w edsl inc ont frrie phrsoren:
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dy Themrste un ws loade ishd, o h t dinse
smal hot bt a te cosragetheoter aw Pofghe UTedg Them.th
lodlieAl Saaho . A hariri n the lteatirutaw foInne WhYor
girl's breast, goingthrough he er h atteh av batwrke don the
lodofsort thear sarktheneuro.o haemie bee dgu to the or torv
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tanbr, waon the Whitedwe S tone acwa on laws. dri sse fr-he
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cutoernodb e towain bther Wlode Thwa rso n K oler, addies na Aan
and Cdidiro. knowa how th catrige-t hrdymrnn eom e
happend tego boy, the aln, 'h to oenrTinl omu~inO
thethe sentencesdofofithe heandaJdsse
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Whit, pobaby mrtaly wund nenth rtet. heg i that stwrel
3. D Vanttaof Nwark Ohita e in omen butth neo, tp A Morte
seveely oundng . .Kn aonsioet thecameknt n t a ll ryaied
superntendnt ofthe poic whoo e nthel muderto the Carea c fhi:
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pisnolsahe went upnown pred byr Aterota Kfnhe oaer wre~b oane.
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hiwo a agn chrunndigt t Mnrobethdpomnydrwrfa
boand playing strets. Ma singl-bicel hCdfongresmanMallcaepubli ecan d
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laigwit te To in hal yihqestion, ae He scptwoul be pr
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Detry gae ialueos instantly ApThe rcmans of the dranchc atnd people
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seiz. done awamalwateho and the nationalcptl ~ ie h
leygirlds was in t isawhe thyin ai- in Nw- rI h du-'o
tofdnthae.nally head t e m-telt R wer Mn a:tn im
on He swatendingathe das t.epion insetoFace.mr.sroers wAtan
ofutetcme, to heaven the owne feaed 56 Tharsdfage meorning remerde
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happted toe the gnet othe Soentye of ilto Wand esse2
BRUTAL MIRDEB, THE GUMU JND
ED&NVEL MALLARD SIYS 'Settled the Energetic Yon.
CABB AND HENRY PORCHER Thought He Won a PrizeC
- Senator Beveridge was cod
And Mutilates Their Bodies In a
Most Horrible and Schockng "The man speaks well, d
ator Beveridge. "He proissm
Manner If he actedfs he talked, held
Bulls, which is j ist one mile below famous for his goodness.
Vances, was the scene of a most brut- ls is daughter
al and horrible murder on last Sun- "T German, with his dan
day afternoon when a negro by the was walking beside a deep
name .f Emanuel Mallard murdered a summer afternoon, when
in a ccld blooded manner two other Inng sli on. a d e
neg -0 5, Cabb Pjrcher and Henry but for the prompt bravery of
Pjrcher, two brothers. It seems youth. He, slpping off coat. -
from the tenizfony that was brought shoes, plunged In,
out before the coroners jury that was flvW minutes of hard work b
the girl safe ashore
empannelled to hear the case by Mag- "The old 9erman fath
istrate T. M Falder, that Mallard transported.
and Cabb Porc'her. who had married &Noble minded youth
Mallard's daughter, spent pretty- 'we do Indeed owe you a debt
I.much all of Sunday together at Mal- Vrfluds. A hundrd th
lard's house on the Bull place. Dur- marks or my daughter's
ing the day they took several drinks, choose! Whih shal It-be?
and towards eyeing they were some- "The youth, who was no les
,vhat mellow, and it is thought got In than brave, thought to himelf __
quarrel atout a women of- the re'gh- If he took the daughter be- wo
iorhood, of whom both were enam- some day get the money also,.
:red; which resulted in Mallard mur- cordingly without a momese
-ering Cabb Porcher. with an old axe. tation. he made answer:
rhe beaa of the dead man was near "1I choose your daughter.'
:y severed from his bcdy. Af'er
,mmitting tne murder Mallard drrg father. 'I could not have given y
led the body to his back yaid, where I a o
ae left it and locked himself in hh poor cob
,louse. girl, and that gldly. 3gm.
all ccured aut' ive. dear children, and receive my-bi
*-is all occurred about five .o'clock ~,
3udiu ay afternoon. * When Henry
Porcher heard that his brother Cabb o M
nad been murdered by Mallard,he with
another negro by the name of Allen
White went to Mallard's house to see
what was the trouble. When they
reached Mallard's place, Henry Par
cher went up to the house and tapped
on the door leavirg White Iv the
road at the gate. Mallard answered
Henry Porcher's rap by irgiring
from within the house who was
ohere. - Henry Porcher answered that
it was him, and Mallard after saying
snmething about he wouid let him in
if he came with no hostile intent,
sl!pp d out the -back door and came
around to tne porch on which Henry
Porober was standing and shot him
dead in his tracks without-a word of
warning. Mallard used an old army
musket, and nearly shot his second
victim's head cff. After being shot
Porcher, who did not know what hurt
him, fell in his tracks on the porch.
&beut this time Mallard saw Whitet
Tsthanding at the gate and immediately o
nwent to himnand sail hechad a goodno
ustion topkilehim too,lailee
*ime striking at him with the butt
end of the old musket. He mised 'I'll ever d he ome
I White and the musket struck the that e l
grouad and broke the stock. White, aouW said Mis onss. Butd
riot cng to share the fate of his me to-day If I reem h
friend, beat a hasty retreat down summerwe hadsind188a."
the road. eWhat a ridiculous tea
Mallard then went back to the 38k of you," exclaimed Ms'
body of Henry Parcber, wnich he ha "Wasn't it though?
left on the porch, and threw it over "Of ours; he should have nown
th~e banister. He then dragged It you'd deny all knowledge of o ."at
around to theh back of his hoe-sand Phingdelp i,- Press. a
laid it near the body of his first vic -
come enraged 'and beatetheihead s of-rsoyI hrdewore frb th
bornthemurdredmenIntojely w the gir Cste Ahore. md ur
the arre of he ld mket Howsai tol avermugtan isandher te,
longhe gage in his nhumn No eua mnded ofth,' cosaidrl
brutlit is ot nown bu lon'ie Columbia. ,Wheyn aet.wnou.
He henmad hs ecap toth negh aorkn' eve myn tduher's wee t
boringivci~ he rmaine uncsoodtse emshIc t sa srett?' o
thattheywoul prtecthimrom thaoln' rave though stole himsef
negroes, whom~f he see o' b n tordinrytheaghterhie o
He was a ~ ~ ~ soe aygt the mo et nModysl healgdIlny tlo i, e
and reey amited hathe kll~tain heidmae isans.was: h
eci te twomenbut mde no "s'A tie hoawie, safd then h&
statmen asto hy h ai it fate. It ousnt have gien yoli't
Avige, Itedat o Vnce pws rnicobertouel. het
the freman head thecase irl, andvthat ofgladly. Hn-"I
broghtin vedit cargng llrddesn' sallown the treevy wihlf
w ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~F~ish th rmadh a ruh h rc -a h acifi -sd o
u t i Ora egb Marsw W. .hivtelowdhsisad utwa
ifaning a th. Wat Angd ammdiately nhpy Tittd?. eca x
,iwet to hilt andaith hhad tral ford s i eeig n~roetrs
.to terrillchim oubla te ame ofcusebtthtwntel t
Time triongoeshim wrehkiled - b tre.I h ws abu-t vr
said o the beeld a mukteissead bod "ill sar Tt dis utsa tet
Whity. alad ihmse sduo he that1 eolrrf . Grii
gro,' and brha caued hmto While, agi, sai Es
hisson-ingaw, sharbe trhefat maf his me, wi-d f rmemuhad
ner-d bea nwn butas setrat above O'mer gre madows creep
dti enrlyuriethttek. - Wste ht vie hrlu qeto
bogda ae y oroewih over adn "Wan mt, tougheep
lefn of. the neihborhd.re iaovr "fcus;h hudhv
th;allose. Hewle triedndre t n-'d waen blt towe;
arou nd t the prbabiofthes ar h tnd woldrewelpi res. dras r~
ts i.ll roptn conved hae be-fn et sep
huog. ege isn guilt ofhe he.of h Beneate atr plorte fro
wors carireso tht has besenlcommiw Ofi wohavaes dgheaeplad;
tedg - his nagdun thisanenman i is Jualf rueamihecostg
brTis and neoct -nwbtln Fsh C oluba sleep! tsen
enough redue th faces ofhsAoge tislandt Consiun't
victms t shaeles maos o deh. Tttvlone alloarandu.ri
He ahn Adental Exscp ofh Dnigh. cold' eventaind who hoae bwhere
boinmwodwee rormand wn sod. il skeits aeht
til h was ssurd by ome wit e si ilad al theme. poiiv
ta beywuld rotec been bown the schud' aveficl place stoe at.diu
atould do them bQilcy ham.hrda ol callnthemt Gibnt ltorthe ilan w
niht as tthe irqoateexposionda of d thelge.'no'.
anpdrel samited lcate au- nsi the is wh slnd.h waa~ thr
eveo te omenr o 8u saft.n el "tiexclame the atethen
sTahementwerebeingylheeid t. work isugsad iata will never be ta
conr'e cjuryus as whicager Ea a nW wd Iu be hed tImf thehue
Avingte rIeant of V100 efo wa.rnctinc ath uae.a!
the sufaea the dathe sed nd Tut- rvkd fcus.
throughtinea eoerdc sharging fallrh ~os'swlOf thour t h
deth andhesctin.e a brlgh t s gae+asy the piciutte. b~adto
up ltOraneburc by hessrs:ty r.have saild hiusoisticatedt-,ri
Gm cand E. W.oAungd and thyoer- porte unap the crdtors' etan e
itd-nto blo to awsait he trirsto press rielings the othr.o"Se terma
tmthe eibne cieof tedamae murdr bankruptrsbu than winth he fur
Te theo teroeshele are atubro e vrcoa. and heswears.boudte.
whd o have been aud flors, Fniree o- t
broke ltiater o exlosio n h s to the com
munity.a balar muc worse to hate Plain D eersofrel r
erst was pbaele, chmeskido ang elrO h lwre
neo andehagrcund himrc for k iChme, 0.n Sfro lnc wthanrs
nevrhe kowmn. bTh asesat andv d e grenleadedgit ow ebepzemu
gt is generallby thmed xplaio the oflRs the ns theren ndw~
inerw was uegaged ron overn a to-.iAd fcan of tebn sl eest
stanc of. dyeneghbrhoppin smelardH ai ncor ta h
see~ms torhae fao sih cadfor tke The oneyfor b ter o
galow. ed toill b. beusredesxsn-s wae buty doctor.
2ar, ad whe roakilie andbrnin MhIwoudha retuhrned t heeams ar
soe wi bed leavesl convihe -yad Somte Danmecrt haineep ' a
hung e is guuilt fre onSe was the Stnate timet andillweleoto
wor strie thanto her huee n di- o ht ase ep
ted In this lcnty.-Oangebur Niew ise al s areaiedbyte
Timedsane frmrthe hos, u Fans but toe lee ilaue!
fulbforTYerac him.R SteD -Atlntaonstitutedtaiontr rdna
By n buccidntat xlseonl live fyail eelcin
At foughtours Mr., Fory hia
ae- blevedy burhae beein bton saeIto hcg eeto er a
atos in e. elecedcy mine j agThudrsdtary
night a thme wesul u the lstree ounycmisinr
Te enwee 'bang howeroues 2orkSm epeaesoarebeta
in~ asg tcap. Jus as ag lwashe r dsgebe