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" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence."
I1 111 -1
THE NEW DOCTRINE
Preached by Senator Mc Lau-in
- In FVi w Ye k
THE COMMERCIAL AGE.
H<? Hoy?. F'.'r*ht*r !??dii?Srlal D?*
velopmunt Isiho Ruling Ques>
fiori With All Civil z*d
At tho at nual dinner of tho New
York ohombor of oomuuroo bold Tues
day cvouing Scoiolary Hny waa tho
Senator John JJ, Moliaurin of South
Carolina spoke to tho sentiment: "Tho
Monroo dootrino of tho Twontioth oen
Tho Bonator doolarod that tho ruling
question today with all nations, anet
ono to wbiob ?ll political questions aro
subordinated is, ''What oan wo doto
furthor industrial development ard ob
tain substantial'bu*iiuos8 prosperity ?V
Sposkiog of tho promulgation by "tho
infant republio" of tho Monroo doc
trino; ho eoid that "any oth.^r polioy I
would have wrookod our govorrjuiont
and boon an iniurinountablo barrior to
our national growth, pioepority and
Now that wo liRvo boeomo "ihn
greatest exrort nation of tho world,"
tho "mightiest potentiality ou cai tb
for progress, oivili/.ation and human
frcodom," wo oan "no loDgor ooniiuo
our institutions nnd our destiny to thia
eontinont, but sro compel led by uncon
trollable ovonts to Ktk fraternity with
other nations and to roach out for now
ohannels of trade
"Tho Sp?oi*h war WAS tho onnftsieu,
not tho or URO. Tho report of Dewey's
cnn non in MoD?a bf y wns bvit tho for
mal announcement to rho world of
what you oall on jour prog-ammo, Hbo
Twentioth oontury Mooroo doctrino/
but which 1 call tho 'McKinley doc
trino/ and as tuoh it will bo known to
futuro egon "
Senator Mclaurin elucidated tho Mc
Kinley dootrino to be as fol Iowa:
"First, that aa our own manifold pro
duetions largely (seceded homo oon
sumption tho expansion of torritory,
tr?do and oemmorco was tho o?>)y moans
of orealing marketa for our surplus
x - v - *"-*."*
"Sooond, that as a nation wtth a
firmly established constitutional gov
ernment and enlarged national obliga
tions, wo oould no longer abstain from
participation in tho affaira of tho world,
but must take our sbaro of tho respon
"Third, that wbilo maintaining tho
duuii.ii;> that (io hwitiiiniiiut Ci. Vue
American continent must bc iutorfored
with or controlled by any ICuropoan
power, yet wo must oultivato friendly
relations with thom and bo propared to
seek and oontrol our share of (ho trado
of tho world.
"Fourth, that wo should not and
oould not as a nation safely shrink
from tho full performaDoo of oil tho ro
sponsibilitios oast upon us, but must
inovo forward to tho fulfillment of out
"Tho propositions oinbraoid in ibis
dootrino," said tho epoakor, "will bo to
tho Twontioth oontury what tho Mon
roo dootrino was to tho Nineteenth.
If, as a nation, we would cr joy tho
commercial fruits wo ?cod and desire,
wo must, liku individ?ale, m-?.ko na
ti on al ventures and heroic efforts."
Sonator MoLauiin declared tho prin
ciples ombracoddn tho "McKinlay doc
trine" to ho tho only ones which prom
loo tho stabfi'y i i ibu nation und tho
full aooomplishmoni of our national
destiny, flo prcdiotod that thia doo
trino is to bo "our ohnrt and compass
until wo completo another oy?lo iu na
tional lifo and anothor movement to j
bo mado onward ard upv/atd." ?
Tho speaker speke of rooiprooity
troatios as ono of ibo foatuioa of this
twontioth oontury Monroo dootrino and
defined tin ir prinoiplo to be that trado
is not to bo irco on ono nielo and Totter
ed on tho other; that goods aro not to
bo takon from a foroign oouutvy froc
of duty or at a lo tv rate, unless that
oountry take something from us freo of
duty or at least at a low rato.
"What wo need in this country to
day," said tho sonator, "in ? non parti
san patrioti?.m r.t.d statesmanship, moro
dovotod to tho buildiog up of our oom
mon oountry than to party f.ucoctu.
Groat national itf-uoi, involving tho !
glory of our republic and its trium
phant suoooss, os a froo constitutional
government, eheuld not bo dwarfed in
to Bootional and partisan questions.
Lot us Bland shoulder to ?honldcr, good
AmorioBus, r.o matter what our politics,
or what our seo*ion."
In oonolusitu Ber:alor McL&urin
"All Bif.T'.s that cur modern oiviliM
tion is ap floaohing eno of those mo
mentous' bes (bat occur periodustlly
in tho hi! /ory of thc human raoe. An
tagonistic elements of fearful forco afc
at work. It seems as if nil propheoy
pointed to America RM tho final battle
ground bolwcon error and truth, and it
inay be that wo are near that field ol
Armmogcddon dimly fieon by poet end
painter, libero tho bruto r.aturo of man
and his in mm '.ul rou! should join in
tho great battle, which tho good book
tolls us shall precede the dawn of t Ii At
ora of 'peace on earth and good will to
ward mom' "
Governor-elect Aibort B, Cummins
of Iowa followed ?:uator MOL?UT??,
Mr. (JummhiU f-.aid ?hero U a fooling in
this oountry that industrirl combina
tiona aro tendii g to drift toward mo.
nopolion. Not a word oould ba naid, he
doolarod, agdoat induuirial oembina
tione, but a monopoly waa quito a dif
foront thing from incujtmi combina
tions. lie said thcio MO two forcos to
rogulato priooB-ono competition and
the other regulation by law.
"I know," said Mr Cummins, "that
tho pooplo of this country will not
stand for industrial monopoly any moro
than they would for a inonarohial form
of govern mont. If WO wi?h to piouoiv.*
tho manhood of our eitiianship tho
timo will ootno whou it wilt bo neocs
Bary to nat ion al izo tho questions which
aro now Agitating tho publia mind in
this particular domain,"
Tho last Bpcakor of t?io cvoning wafl
tho JRov. Dr, Donold 8?go Maokay,
who roepoiidcd to tho toast wXho higher
ido al of oivie righteousness."
A REVOLTING CRIME.
Au luhuinan Motlier Acoused of Kill*
lug Her Child.
Tho polioo of Hobokon, N. J., ero
invention ti np, tho myatory of tho doath
of fivo-yoarold Eioaliuo Dalo, who died
WodnoBtlay of Btryohnino poisoning in
Ilobokou. .Tho ohild was tho daughter
of Harvov 8. DAIO, managor of a lifo
insuranoo ogonoy in Ohioigo. Mrs.
Dalo arrive.' at Busch's hotol Saturday
night. According to st&tomonts mado
by her, she has not boon fooling woll
and had boon taking stryohnino tab
Jot;:. Monday night, abo sail, Bho loft
tho tablets on a droeting table, and
whilo sho was aslcop her ohild aroso
and ato thu. o of thorn, thinking they
wcro o andy. "Her orios awofco, ino,'
continued Mrs. DAo, "imd lbunimoncd
Dr. Ktdlioh, v/bo saw tho ohild bo
I foro aud altor doath,uaid:
"1 was stiuiinoncd io stloud tho
ohild at midnight and remained with
bor two hours, whon abo had ooiuploto
)y reoovorod and wai fro?oking around
ibo room. At 3 o'olook 1 was told ovor
tho telcphono mat tho ohild was dead
and I again wont to tho botol. Mrs.
Dalo told mo that thortly aftor I loft
tho ohild's bands and feet bogan to got
cold and that death Boon followed."
County Pbysioian Convoreo, who was
onllod in to view tbo body, tit oiinod to
(traut a burial permit and tho ohild'B
body waB hold at tho hotol ponding
tho reeult of tho polioo itvosb'gabion
and tho atrival of the fathor ft ow
Uhicago. Mrs. Dalo was a Miss Howa
of New Yens oily, llor father was a
pbysioian who loft au ost&to from wnioh
Mts. D.-.lo rocoivod aninoomo ol $200 a
Mr?. DAIO was arrested on a nhargo
( f murder. Edwaid Waller, ?aid to bo
a friend of M re. Dale, was also taken
into oubtody, hut not nodortho murdor
ohar?o. MM. 1) ?le did not show any
unusual emotion when tho dotootivcB
placed he r under ano it until ehe was
told Walter, who hr?u just atrivod from
Philadelphia, had boen lookod up.
' Well, if ho's under arrest then tako
Polioo Capt. Hayes and Assistant
Pioiccutor Viokcre quc?tionod her at
length, after whioh it was dcoided
that she bo kept under polioo guard al
her room in hov hotol until morning.
Waller was kept in tho look np ?md it
ia tho intention to urraign tho two bo
? foro the recorder in tho morning.
What is likoly to provo tko moat dis
aeterous accident that, bas evor occur
red in a metallic ini&o in Colorado, re
sulted Wednesday Iront a fire, whioh
humed the buildings at tko mouth of
?bo bttliion Utm.ol, tlu^tijh whioh-tho
Smuggler Union mino is worked and
under whioh lilied tho mino with
deco ly gauos and t moko. It ia impossi
ble to give ovon un approximate of tho
lesa ol' lifo, but it is behoved it will
rtaoh nearly, if not quito 100. Twen
ty-two aro known to havo perished.
Tho firo started oarly this morning
from a defectivo lluo in tho bunk houao
at tho mouth of tho tuni.nl. It quick
ly oommuaicatod with tho other build
ings, Tho donao smoko from tho burn
ing oonvorter houao, whioli was satura
ted willi oil bogan pouring into tho
tunnol, whioh with tho shafts of tho
min? notod as a ohimno'y. Tho day
shift of 200 mon had just gono on duty
and Ix toro they eould bo warned of
their dangor tho lev?lo aud tho fdopos
wcro lilied with gas. As Boon as the
mon beoamo awaro of their dangor, of
forts wcro tnado to roaoh tho surfaoo
through various exits and about half of
those in thu mine esoapm. lb will be
impostiblo to asoortain tho number still
in ibo miuo for sevoral hours, on no
count of tho gas in somo ot' tho lovels.
Sc-.voutoou of tho 22 bodiofl found wcro
found on thc seventh levol. Botwoen
76 and 00 mon wore working on tho
ninth level and this has nob yot boen
explored. Un aoobunt cf tho gas and
?moko, thoBo ievois oould not bo enter
ed bcoRUtid of tho daegtr of suffocation
for 12 lu, uro after the il ?moa started.
A Horriblo Death.
A fow momonta af (or midnight
Thursday an unknown mau throw him
self into ono of tho furnaoos at Sohoon
borgcr's mille, Fourteenth and IC .na
ntroete, Pittsburg, Pa. AltnoBt his cn
tiro body wao roasted beyond identifi
cation, his left foot hoing tho only part
not diufigurod. A fow momonta bofoio
midnight tho man was eton to ontor tho
mill janis and eland at tho foot of tho
hoisting odgo whioh oairioa oro and
other bUppiios for tho hunt, o i. Tho
moment that a warning was soundod for
tho cago lo asoond with ita load throo
workmen saw tho guio! do jump on tho
platform and it*nd within a few foot of
thom. Ho was pulled out about throo
miuules lalor, evory part of hm body
rc:-om hiing a piece of half cooked meat.
No ono O?U iomcmbor having noon him
boforo. It ie-probable ho. will never
bo identified, Tho body wai removed
to tho iocr^uo. Tho niau wai about 35
ycart of ago, modiuru height, Eant?y
; inouotaohc and'apparently ac Amorioan,
I Ho v?oro black laced flhooa.
Twenty K?kimo? Arrive.
Twenty Eskimos m d their dogs havo
arrived in tho oily and .aro at tho mid
way on tho exponitiou grounds . Tho E* '
kimo villego will bo ono of tho uiany
attractions on tho midway durirg the*
exposition. Tho hi'.ki mos nbtraotod
ooneiderabio al tout iou upon their ai ri
val, and when it Wa? learnod in tho city
that they bsd gono into .temporary
qualem at tno exposition grounds a.
largo ore wd of pooplo went cub to tho
.'lvorv City" to Uko a look at tho E< .
kimos, who oou'd ho toon olad in fur
Butts walkie^ ^bouttho grounds '-Obar
Tho man who baa diioovorod that
Gen. Putnam never rodo down that
rooky preoipioo to eic ?po from tho
British ought to bo auppropsod. That
is ono of tito inalienable belief? of Ara
orioaof, and wo havo no pationoo with
tho mau who would dloprove it. Noxt
thing wo know somebody will provo
Hut thoro was no Paul Hovero, no llos
ton tea party, and wo know not what,
noxt. Wo had rathor boHovo a fevf Hes
than havo all tho traditions of child
FOR BETTER ROADS.
Delegate* Appointed to th? Oreen?
viii? Oonventir n
BY OOVERNOR MCSWEENEY,
From thi State ot La'ga a* Wall
os From Each Dtelricr, Tho
Nani?? of Theas Wh".
In reepouBo to tho rcqucat of Former
Lieutenant Governor Mauldin, ohair
inan of tho oom m itt co on invitation and
arrangements for tho big S ato good
roads gathering it is proponed to hold
in Greoi ville about tho middlo of next
month, Gov. MoSweonoy Tuesday MI
nouuood tho appointment of a number
of delcgatoa from tho State at largo and
from eaeh of the congressional dtstriots.
Tho govornor taya that ho has al
ways felt a deep intorest in the subjool.
of good roado, and hopos in thia in
stanoo to bo able to attend tho oonvon
tion in prrson and note tho ideas sug
gested by tho experts with tho South
ern good roads train. Ile will abo bv
request address au emmi! invitation to
Stato GooloftiHt- Holmes of North Caro
lina to como to this gathc-riug. Mr.
Holmes has r.lrcady doro muon for tho
building of good roads in this Stat?.
Tho governor io tho selection rf tho
delegates bae, ho pajs, loon guided
largely by Ino dot iro to f eouro mon fcol
ing an intorest in tho work, men who
would attend tho gathering and oorry
back to their several counties tho id?ni
to bo proflcnted by ttoao giving tho ob
Tho del?galos naraod aro aa follows:
At Large-Gon M C Butler, Edg?fiold ;
Rou Joe ? Sheppard, Edeo?le; Etrlo
I Sioan, Stato geologist; Gen Edward
MoOr?dy, Charlooton: F H Hyatt,
I Columbia, .FDM Sha//, Lau
rou?; W S King, Darlin?ton; Col lt
B Watson, Saluda; JDO B Cloveland,
Spftrtaoburg; Capt A A Browning,
Hampton; T S YVilliamo, 8aludi; W D
Evans, Marlboro; ? S MoOall, Ben
nettnville; J II Wharton, Wrte/'oo;
J no C Moblcy, Winn^boro; and Capt
Thomafl Wilson, Salem
First Distriot-W P Oantwoll, J
Adgor Smyth, Charleston; W F Saun
ders, Beaufort; Nathan F Taylor,
Berkeley ; B B Chandler. K?ngatreo;
S W Roquio, Sr, Georgotownf W D
Morgan, Georgetown; W Nowton Jones,
So.oorjd Distriot-James M Boll, Jr.,
Bailey Matt hewfl, Saluda; W W Adams,
Edgefiedd; Jtio lt EHson, Aikon; P A
E^an?ipl, Atl??u; J F Gooding, Hamp
Bfiro; E;d Bruoo,<iB?mborgj; Washington
?I*)ferdy-?Bi.iawalli -ui Jobo., JBj?tottca;
'Aiken'; W lt Parks, Parkevillc; W
Poott Allon, Saluda; Col W ? Mauldin,
Hampti a. >
Third DisHot-J N Niohols, Due
WOB?; J N Vandivcr; Anderson; S M
Pool, Westminister; D D Slovona,
Piokonit; Jno M Sohumpert, Nowborry;
J M Majors, Greenwood; DA F Jor
dau, Greenwood; J N Sollivan, Arder
son; W J Stribbling, Ooonco, and C F
Tohoy, And orson.
Fourth Diitriot-S H Owons, J B
iSlkip, F S liarlo, D H Goble, Colum
bia; Maobeth Young, Union; Arch B
Calvort, Sp&rtanburg; J C ltiohio, Lau
reno; J S Drummond, Laurons; J L
Howoll, Campobollo; T J Bodonbaugh,
Union; Adam H Hood, Winnsboro; J
B Loonard, Spartanburg.
Filth Distriot-J C Wilborn, Yolk;
Jno F Gordon, Yorkvillo; W Q Oaskey,
Lanoastcr; L A Wittkownky, J B
Pholps, Camdon; Le Hov Springs, Lan
onstoi; T A Ciawford, Book Hill, John ]
B Gulp, ?hoBtor; E H Do Camp, J B
Woloholl, Gaffney; lt M Jolly, Grafiny
Food; A W Lovo, One stir; W J ltod
doy, Book Hill. . ?$ j
Sixth Dint riot-W A Dowling, Dar-'
lihgtonj JamcD Staokhouso, Marion; D
H Traxlor, Timmonevillr ; J F Bolton,
Tatum'?; DD MoColl, Jr., Bonnotts
ville; li T King, Choetcrfi<?ld; Thomas
O Owons, Manning; A B MoBrydo,
Florenoc; Jos. Todd, Conway; J T
Dosier, Marion; M IC Coward, W W
Stvanth Distriot-F J D If oidor,
Lone Star; N F Taylor, Hugor'p; J II
.Knight, Sunimotvillc; W H Knight
Summerville; W II SccJ, Sumtor; P H
Gross, Lexington; Hariy Adams, Cou
garee; J C Jtoquos, Waltorboro; Dr A
IC Williams, Cottagovillo.
Tho Gospol Truth. |
Pay your debts ii you oat ; and if you
can't, go and boo your oroditor and make
an honest, straightforward otatoment
to him of youi oondition and prospoots.
Don't wait for him to soo you; don't
dodgo him on tho streots; don't avoid
him in A crowd; for ho of ail othors is
tho man you ought to soe, aud you oan
not fool yourself to bo a nun to tho full
extont of tho word until you havo mot
Jjim with your Imad omet, looked him
in tho faoo and talked to him like a
man, Thcro ia nothirg thav, will tako
tho manhood out of ono footor and moto
elf ec, tully than dodging and hiding
from a creditor.-Gt fluey Lodger.
Ho Knows It All.
Tho breadth and depth ot mind of
Proaident Eliot of Harvard wcro'etrik
ir;gly displayed in a spcooh ho made tho
oihor day in, BoMon, taja tho Albaum
Evening Journal, la little mo e tuan
an hour be diBouosod au: J .ma ranging
from foot ball to munioipal ownership
o? streot railways. Ho talked on mar
riage for lovo, money, on tho Ectropian
peasant VA,men working in tho fioida,
on tho fr 00 ail vor and a.vorooa. The
vwioty ofhia autj.'Ota was amaaing.
Yot they all wero handled in an oxpert
and masterly way. And movoovir, ho
wae-piaotiotl and oonvlnojn??,,
Hailroad Earning. .
According to compilations by tho Fi
nancial Chronicle, tho groan earnings
of 105 railroads in tho Uoitcd States in
Ootobtr aggregated $77,5811,000, an in
oioaao of $8,232,000, or nearly 12 per
coot. The oarnings of tho Northw<">s
tft/u group woro bonofUtod by tho
hoavy spring wheat yiold, whilo othor
ayatoms had to oontond with a B nailer
production of oom, barley and oats. In
spite of tho ootton shortage, tho South*
wofdorn group inoreaaed 10 par oent.
Tho gain in gross earnings of 100 roads'
for tho ton months to November ?1 IS
$58,273,000, with tho total $624,640,
RBFU?lilCANtf AT ODDS. /
Serious Discussions May Ocour in tho
A dinpatoh from Washington oayo
unusual intorost in tho oom i og ?SOD!??OII
of Ooogross is hoing m ani f os tod in sui
vanoo of tho aesomhling of tho HOUBO
and Sonato. Publie mon aro disoui?
ing with groat oagerneBH tho many im
portant questions rending and y.fcioh
will como up for oonshloratiop during
tho w rotor and ?pring "months, V
Tho faot that thoro aro ,wido'dlf-:
iercuoca of opinion over thoso questions
in tho party in po ver adda to thi?j in
torostof tho oooasion and draw.8 atten
tion to tho views of \ mrainont members
of tho n&tional logitlaturo aa thoy reaoh
tb?ouy. * ;
lt looks alittlo now as If th.e'lablou
wight bo turned and tho rspirit offris
sonsion tranaferred from tho Xfeino
oratio sido of tho liomin to tho lt o pub
Hoau bonohes. Tho HopublioadVare
protty badly torn up ovor tho quoctfiona
of tariff rovieiouj reciprocity, war tas
roduoUoa and chip subsidios/ Thoro io
thia dilfcronoo boUoon them and. tho
Domcorats, howovcr-it is possible to
hold aoauous and harmonizo tho jv. con
fliotiog opinions in a do?nito p?lioy.
whioh would bo scrupulously follbw.fd
when oneo dooided upon.
Siena multii ly that tho ship su'bndy
bill, proposed by Sonator Fryo and
baokod by Senator Hanna, will, moot
with vigorous opposition in ItepUblioau
qu*rtor?. Trouble ia browing fer tho
h.ll in aovcr*l State dologatioui. In
diana and Wisconsin furnish tho moat
ooesp'ouous oxamplcs, but opponontu
of tbo bill aro soattorcd gonorally
through tho Westorn d?logatiou9. Somo
Kapublioan representative* in private
conversation deolare positively that tho
bill shall not bcootnealaw.
llopt'ouontativo Buttou of tho Ulero
Jarid, Ohio, district, Sonator IJanca's
own bailiwick, who is ono of tho prout
ino.'it. Uepublioaus of tho tlouso and
will bo ohairman of tho rivers and har
hors oommttteo, is outspoken against
tho ship subsidy bill.
Somo WoBtern roprcsontativoa who
havo arrivod in tho past fow days nay
in private conversation that thoy tear
thoro will bo a tondonoy on tho'part of
thia Bouso to bo extravagant in appro
priations. Thoy roport that thbro is a
fooling of that kind among thiir con*
stituonoios, and say that extr?iganos,
whilo keeping up ho nv y internal rove
nuo taxos, will ooitainly bo roaontod by
tho poop'o in tho Uongrosaioijj? oloo
tiona no;rt fA11.
Tho safe in th* poato?ioo t&. Jones
villo was blown opon Wodnead^y ?ight
and $300 in atnie.pt) and Otyiihyworo
taken. Tho town marshal ...Ji?U.vwfigh?-,.
.with tho xobbow, .tiho q:>o v,>?"<1., Tho,'
#ofa$'&ebV1?ii? tha ufcc,r'<i*->-,'ji " >..?!-,
Bros. About a month rago t ? ntpf?
was broken opon and rbbood tvi'ghfc
Marshall Olattdo Walkor was *W(t '?00
yards from tho atoro whoa ho iwwa MI
explosion.' Ho hutriod to tho lt oro amt
found throe, mon whom ho tried to
arrest, After a fight with pistols tho
mon got away, starting in tho dtro?ion
of Union. Dynamite had boon used in
gotting tho (info opon. Three utrangor.s,
whoso businesQ - waa not dio'oovorod,
wero soon about the town yo?torday.
Safo blowing has booomo as eommpii os
ohiokon stooling in tho upcountry.
Soaroely a small town hag orj?apod in
tho last yoar. Tho impression is do
oided that a gang is at work, but so for
no oluo has boon found and no ono lus
seen tho robbers until last night. Safoa
hive boon blown in Paoolot, Fair
Forost, Wollford and Oonvorso, Two
attempts havo been mado on Bouson's
storo at Wollford. A later roport from
Jonesville says tho amount token from
tho safo waa $400. Tho safo was ruin
ed. No ono was hurt in tho fight bo
twoon tho watchman and tho robbos.
Negro at the North.
lt was to havo boen expootod that
northern papora would wax wroth and
grow bitterly imroastio in replying to
southern strictures upon tho proaident
for ontortaining Bookor T. Washington
at dinner. But tho oouthorn papora
aro replying by asking aomo portiuont
quostiomi and oiting somo pertinent
laot;;. They point out tho faot that
northern lovo for the negro is eonfiood
to election day. How many busiuoss
otfioos in tho north om ploy negro oloiks?
How many negro trunnion aro omployod
on northern railway?? How many no
groos havo boen appointed to postulas
tcrohips in tho north? How many
northern atatos havo oleoted nogro son
ntors or oongrcaomon? How many no
gro moohanios aro omployod in . north
ern mills and fa?toriea alongside whito
moohauioa? North bo in limlud to vim
position of portor in hotels and on
trains, or to wcitorphips in hotels and
restaurants, ls thoro a negro linotype
operator on any groat daily uowapipor
in tho north that is so roundly dd
nouoeing tho south for itt attitudo to
ward tho lloosovolt* Washington dinner
inoidont? Docs any ono of thoso nor th
orn llopublioau daily nonepapors em
ploy a negro pressman, a negro reporte?
or a negro oity editor? Somo of thoso
days tho negro will roait?so that ho hw
nothing to gain from, tho alleged iriond
ahip of mon who sook to uso/ him foi'
politick purposos only.-Tho Oom
?chloy Decline?. .
Following tho report that'tho court
of ir. qui ry would ooat Admiral Sohloy
#20,000 tho K noKvillo Son t i nol on Nov.
18 sent tho admiral a dispatch niking
if he would oongont to publio uubsovip
lions to tay Ibo amount. Wodnosiay
Tho Sentinel ro.^oivtd a personal lett en
from Admiral Sohloy, tho purport o?
whioh wai that ho cannot aooopt the
offer. Ho says tho report na to tho
oostia a miatako as tho amount in not
HO groat, Ho suggosta that tho nutter
ia "too dolioato to disouss," and trusta
that his Monds "will opproolate Mo
position and rospoot it."
~ A King's Bed.
lt is not every Amorloan millionaire
who oan dream of his inoroasing wealth
whilo lying upon a bcd upon whioh
once rested tho forra of a klug. 1 ?Y?t
tho othor day a full bedroom suit of
ash and ollvowoft) onoo used 1 by
Oharloo X.'wa? noli/to a woatthy /im
tioan for $500, a low prloo uhon tho
Htorloal auooiftttona of tho kuro
tako i nto O cn do )0n. ,
BEES TO KILL MICE.
Ag'Icu lin nil Department Find?
Ally in tho Philippines.
?Ti?aO OF THC LITTLE
ina?ct Said' to Bo Poisonous to
tho fr. m ill Animals Will
Bo Introduced Into This
O? uni ry.
' Tho agricultural dopartment at Wash
ington is to uinko a dolorinieod attack
Upon tho Amorioan hold inou*o. His
extermination in ocrtain looalitioa has
'hqon fcfioWod upon and tho Philippine
bumbloboo is to bo brought into scrvioo
This was tho statomont mado by
Prof. U. H. Hiloy, of tho dopartmont,
who passod throujh Chicago last wotk
On ronlo to San Pranoiaoo and tho Pilip
pintiB. Prof. Hiloy, of tho division of
entomology, wil' devoto a year in tho
Philippines to thostu'iy of bugoaudia
soots of tho arohipolago. Tba ."huaa?
ming bird" buinblobto of lbs Philip
pines will bo ono of tho main objoots
of his inquiry- It is plannod to import
tho big boo of tho Philippines into tho
tJqitod Staion that ho may inako war
upon tho American flold raou3o, a ro
doni whioh has oausod tho farraoro of
tho country a loss of thousands of dol
"It ia an old Baying among farmers,"
eaid Prof. Riley, reports a Chicago pa
por, ''that whon thoro is plenty of
olovor thore aro lots if bumblebees.
What tho farmer really means is that,
when there aro lota of bumbloboos thoro
is plenty of olover. Ho might onrry
his logio furthor by faying thot when
?old mioo aro soaroo thoro aro plonty of
buinblobcofl, and that when thoro aro
plonty of cate ibero aro few field mioc.
"In ordor to aavo tho olovor orops
of tho oountry tho agricultural d?put
aient has tho ohoioo of two things, to
inoroasotho number of oats in tho ooun
try, whioh will destroy tho field moiMo,
or tQ tako away from tho rodent his
Bupply of winter food. Blither method
if aucooasful would result in a gain of
thoueanda of dollars to tho farmers.
The field mouso is very fond of bum
blebee honoy and novor it s io an op
portunity to donrive tho insout of tho
rowards of his work. Tho honoy taken
away from tho bucabloboo eau ion bim
to porish ia tho wmtor timo. Uenoo a
short olovor orop for tho bumblebee is
a oarrior of poll?n from one olovor
plane to another. Thus when there
aro lots of bumbloboos olovor. ooinea to
porfootion. If the field mouao has do
etroyod tho bumblobeo thoro io no in- '
soot tuat'. t'ft? do itu work iu tho Vu m
mer timo ?ud the farmers lose accord
ingly. Thia ia not only trim'of olover,
but many other plants.
"Wo hold that tho bumbloboo ia a
valuablo membor of insect sooioty and
that tho field inouio ia a worthless
so1 amp who liken a good dinner but dooa
not want to work for it.
'The Philippine bumbloboo ia an
ontiroly different insect from his Antevi
oan oouflin. He ia fully au inoh and a
half long and looka like a small bird.
Ho is full of business and has no fear of
sueh a small animal as tho ll old mouso.
He ia a harmlose follow whon lot alono,
but his sting ia doadly to smaller forma
of animal lifo. Ho will fight for hie
own with tho tonaoity of a pugilist and
any unscrupulous li o Ul mouso iuvading
bia domain will havo to fight for every
thing he gota.
"A field mouso after roooiviug tho
sting of a Philippino bumbloboo would
much rosomblo tho wreokod appoaranoo
of nomo of our college boys after thu
Thanksgiving football ?arno, Ho would
have to lay up for repairs.
"It ia tho intontiou of tho agricul
tural dopartmont to iutroduoo this boo
into tho United Statos if olimwtio con
ditions will permit. Ho will bo sont
to tho warmer parts of tho country nt
first, whore ho may gradually beoomo
hardoncd to tho moro sovero olimato.
It ia thon hoped ho will grow and
aproad until ho oovors tho entire oouu
try. Tho dopartmont has its oyo upon
othor innco'.ti in tho Philippinen whioh
may provo of valuo to agricultural inter
O?LU. Thoro aro several varieties of
honey boos whioh will bo givou a trial.
A ipicios of troo toad, whioh baa a
deadly antipathy for oertain kinds of
oitrua incccta, will bo iniroduoud into
southern California with the-hopo that
it may bo uaoful in tho extermination
of tho black or armorod soale, whioh
has oausod so great a loss to fruit
growing intoxoots of lato years."
Negro Coach Lino.
Tho nogroou of Jacksonville, Fla.,
who oonatituo 53 per oonb of tho popu
lation, havo instituted a elose bojoott
against tho Jackson vi Ho street railway
syetom on account of a rooont ordin
ance by oity oounoil whioh Hoparatos
tho races on tho o sro and gives to tho
oonduotor and motorman polioo authori
ty in onforeing it, Several mass meet
ings havo bton hold by tho nogroou,
etd aoine disorder, baa resultod. At a
big mass mooting tho negroes doeided
to inoorporato a company for tho pur
poso of operating a system of Maje
coaches to bo uaod exclusively for ne
gro travel. It ia propoeod to put 2,ooo
shares of atook ou the market, to bo
sold to tho negrooa, tho onterpriso to
bo managed by mon of that va JO. j Tho
botter element of negrooa oppose any
violenoo in the enforoment of this boy
oott, but despite titi? opposition of ibo
loaders oars havo boon shot into on
more than one ooonsion. Councilman
Wetmore, who ia a nogro, taya a bill
to rcpoal the ordin/tnoo will be intro
duced at the nt xt mooting of tho ooun
A Richmond Mystery.
Tho verdict of tho coroner's jury, in
the oa?o of John W. Soott, the young
club and sooiely man who was found
horribly boaton in the doorway of a wost
end Hiohmond; Va , ieoidonoo ono night
lait vreok and who died without rosin
ing ooriHolouanofls, vf aa rendered Wcd
neaday. The vordlot waa that Mr,
HobtiV injuries. vf oro infliotod by a
tf erip on in tho banda of some perron
Unknown to the Jury. In other wolds
that ho was murdesed. Tho affair con
tinuos a deep mystery, and is exciting
tho greatest interest.
ENVELOPED IN FOO.
Two Men Killed Outright and Num
bera Seriously Injured.
Tho donuoBt fog over experionood in
Ohio ?go onuBcd nu morons collisions bo
twoon twins early Woduosdny. In
thoso coll irions two mon wero killed,
two woro ao badly injured that they
will probably notreoovor aud 15 othors
wore seriously hurt. Sooros of others,
tho polioo say, woro injurod in miuor
accidents, duo to tho fog, but ns tboy
wore able to n9?)8l themselves no ofiioial
roi ortB were mado.
Tho moro serious aooidonte ooourred
on tho Metropolitan and tho Lake
S.reot Elovntod reade. Collidions bo
tweon vjhioles nod btroot oan wera
frcquool but whilo a great mun bot of
people wn'o ir lured by thom, nono of
ibo ir jirci iao?paoUitcd them and
tho damage was ohkfl/ to tho collid
ing obj-oto themselves.
Tho fog at an carly bout was so thick'
that persono standing on tho sidewalks
oould soarooly distinguish stroot oars
passing within a few foot of them and
motormen kept thoir gouge danging a
Tb J o Elision on tho Mo Dpolitan
wa* botv/e?:n trains gdp g tho sarao
wa', as was tho oa?o in other aooi
d' nts. Both traiu? woro orowdod,
many pnsBongcrs standing on tho roar
platform). On tho first train thoso
wero almost tho only onos to Buffor.
Tho motorman elowod up going around
a om ve and while waiting for a signal
to iuoroaso spood tho Humboldt Park
express train orabhed into tho roar car
without warning. Thomas Mocny ?a?
On tho Lake Stroot Blovatod thoao
o'dout was almost cxaotly similar. The
pooplo injurod woro standing on tho
roar platform with tho exception of tho
motorman, Muon, ou tho roir train,
Ho said ho did not soo tho train nhoad
until too Isle.
Ijttor in tbo d*y nows of ano'hor col
liston which bad oooucrod on tho Met
ropolitan, booamo public Ono train
?as ovoriakon by another. Otto Leia
hort, tho oonduotor of tho first train
remained on tho roar platform frantic
ally waving a pigDr.1 lantern while tho
p^saorgors who had boon standing
with lum wont inside, His efforts woro
in vain. Ho was orushod and dind at
tho hosp .al Bovorftl boura lator. Io all
thoro woto nine mijisious on elevated
btrvoUurs l'usine th'n fog-_
Mira?las of Development.
Poor s Manual, whioh io alwavs in
teresting and romarkably roliablo, in
its latest editions given a ot a tumo nt
showing how tho investments in rail
roads in tho Uaitol States havo grown
Thirty yoars ago tho total railroad
oapital in tho Unitod States wa? $954,
380,431. By. tho end of tho year 1?00
it liv d thoa to tho enormous Bum of
$3,418,790,671, or moro than throe and
a bali tim?S its amount in 18?0.
Surprising as this ohowtngis,lt ie
Burpafuitd by *:h.at whioh ???. Anthony?]
N. Brady makou for tho development
of oleotrieity in recent years.
In 1870, whon thoro wa? nearly a bil
lion doll si s iavostod in railroads in this
country there waa not a cent in elec
tric on ter pr iocs. They had their be
ginning severed years lator and have
progrossod at a rate that is without
preoondont in any line of dovolopmont.
From nothing in 1870 to $3,750.000,
000 ia tho growth of tho capital in
vested in oleotrio railway-, lighting
oompanitB and othor olootrio companies
in this country. The fa or, that there
is now $332,000,000 moro monoy in
vested in oleotrioal dovolopmont in tho
Unitod States than in railroads will
surprise most poisons.
Aud the ?i\ot that si n co 1870 tho valuo
of invostmouts iu railroads and oloo
trio ontorprisos in this oountry has in
oroaied $6,214,410,240 is almost in
orediblo, lt ?B ono of tho many proofs
of tho unparallolod iuoroaso of tho
wealth and industrial developments of
tho Unitod States.-Atlanta Journal.
Government Fish Exhibits.
Tho Boerotrry of stato roooivod last
wook tho following lottor from Mr. W
M. U. ltwanol of Washington, 1). C..
representative ot' thu U .mud States il ali
oominitaiou, whioh is of spooial inter
est in Charleston:
Dear Sin I presumo you know that
tho tish oommlBsion expects to mako
an exhibit of fishes at Charleston this
wintor, and 1 havo boon dotailod by
tho commissioner to take charge ol' the
samo, lt will be noooBsary from timo
to timo to mako collections of Puthoo
from tho li lisio, Coopor, Santoo and
othor rivers in tho Stato and to make
these oollcovuns properly it will IK
noeesaary to nao somos and othor
f oms of fishing nets. I would like to
have authorization at once frome tho
proper Seato effioial to mako such col
lections as I doeiro in any part of .tho
Stalo. Tho permit should be BO broad
that I or any of my assistants oan do
thia work without foar pf hoing mo
lested by Stato offioials. 1 shall ap
preoiuto very muoh any assistance
that you oan render mo in thin mat;
ter. If this docs not oomo under your
jurisdiction ploaso refer my lottor to
tho proper oflioial.
Ibo Boorotary of Btato thought it
boat to have tho governor grant tho
authority asked for, and this Gov.
McSwoonoy did at once in a letter
whioh has boon m died Mr. Itavono.
They Were Buncoed. I
Now Y ora oonfulonoo men havo so
ourod $1,360 from W. 8. Hunter of
Gonion, Qa. Frank Palmor was taken
into oustody on a ohar?o of being ono |
of tho operators. The viotims had just
returnod from E ou a A or, whoio they had
boon working on tho obstruction1 of r>
now railroad. Hunter had $170 and
Dill possessed $1,190. Thoy woro ao
ooated by a largo, woll dressed man
near City Hall Park, in New York, who
said ho waa a oiothing manufacturer
and he induood them to go to a resort
on oast Smnteonth streot, where they
wero j JJ ned by two moro mon, ono of
whom was gotten up torosorabloa wost*
orn ranoheor. Ho produoed oards and
proposed a gamo. Tho two couth?rnern
wero loath to bet, bat wore induood to
show thoir monoy, whioh thoy laid
upon tho tabio. Tho stock man, it is
alloged, grabbed and passed tho monoy
over to another, who quickly disap
peared whilo Palmor and tho othor fol
low hold tho two viotims. Palmor and
tho other man thon started to mako
their escapo but Hunter grabbed Palmor
and held him until Doll ran to tho
stroot aad found an offloer who mado
IMPROVES IT8 8BRV?0B,
Tho ?outhorn. Ballway Makes Vory
Tho Southern railway is making oz*
tensivo arrangements for tho forthcom
ing wintor tourist business to Florida
and other rosorts and for tho Charles
ton exposition business from tho oast
as woll as from tho north and wost.
Tho wintor sohodulos of tho Southern
railway went off mtSauJay, Nov. 24th,
vt hon it will ho arrangtd to run trains
from Now York and Washington to
Florida as indepondont trains from
thoso destined to tho southwost via
Tho Now York and Florida express,
Nos. 33 and JU, will leave Now York at
3 25 p. m., WaBhingtcn 9 55 p. m., ar
riving at Charlotte 8 10 a. m , Columbia
ll 80 a. tn , Charleston 3 20 p m , Au
gusta 2 50 p. m., Savannah 3.05 p. m.,
Jaoksonvillo 7 40 p. m. This train will
oarry through ?looper Now York to
Tampa, Now York to Augusta, Now
York to Charleston (offootivo Deo. 1st)
and oneo a wook from Now York to
Thomasvillo (offcoUve Jan. 1, 1902 )
rho Now York and Florida Faut Mail
will leave New York at 12 15 midnight,
and bo oporatod from Washington in
two BootionB-ono, No. 29, goiug via
Washington Southern lino through
ltiohnaoud, loaving Washington 10 50 a.
m., lliohmond 2 30 p. m. And tho other
footion, No. 35, leaving Washington
11.15 a, m., running dirootly ovortho
Southern railway to Charlotto; those
trains boing uuitod at Charlotto and
running thonoo to Jacksonville ns No.
29, leaving Charlotto 10.05 p. m., Co
lumbia 1 20 a. m., arriving Charleston
7 A. m., Augusta7.45 a m., Savannah
5.50 a. in,, oastorn timo, Jack non ville
9.15 a. m., o nitral time. Thoso trains
v. i tl carry through eloopor NowYo&'k
to Jacksonville, Charlotte to Augusta,
Charlotto to Charleston (iffiootivo D JO.
1st-,) with dining oar soi vtoe botwoon
ChuHlor and Washington via Riohmond.
Tho Washington and Southwostorn
Limited, No. 37, leaving Now York 4 30
p. m,, Washington 10 45 p. rn,, will
have, offootivo Doo. 9.b, sloopor Wash
iogton to Pinehurst.
Additional trains will bo run betwoen
Chai lotto and Columbia to take oare
A looal business-hoing Nos. 27, loav
ing Charlotte 7 25 a. m., arriving Co
lumbia ll IO a. rn -, and No. 28, leaving
Columbia 5 p. m., arriving Charlotto
3-45 p. m. Also botwoon Charloston
and Columbia, leaving Columbia ll 40
a, m., arriving Charleston 3 20 p. m.,
leaving Cha*leaton 2.15 p. m., airive
Columbia 5 55 p. m. Thone trains bo
twoon Charleston and Columbia eon
noot at Columbia with tho Now York
and Florida ExproBs. Sjuodulos of
othor trains will be adjusted to suit all
tlu? s changos.
Tho Southern's Palm Limited, Nos.
31 and 32, will go into norvi.ee about
the mlduio of January, running on
sohodule practically same as last win
ter. This in a solid train botwoon Now
York and St. AugUBtino, with Blooping
oars for Aiken and Augusta.
IOtfootivo Novomber 15th will bo op
oratod a through Blooping oar between
Kansas City and Jacksonville via
Frisco Syst om, Memphis, Birmingham
and Atlanta lo Jaoksonvillo.
In addition to tho abovo tho famous
train known as tho Chioago and Flori
da Spooial botwoon Chioago and St.
Augustino will bo reestablished about
tho middle of Januarv on praotioally
the samo sohodule as last yoar, afford
ing through service from Chioago, De
troit, Pittsburg, Cioveland, i; oto.,
through Oinoinnati to St. Augustino.
There is also oontinuod tho through
sleeper from Cinoinnati to Jaoksonvillo
via Aohovillo, Columbia and Savannah.
Tho Cinoinnati and Florida Limited
has now booomo an established all year
round train, solid from Cinoinnati to
JaokBonvillo, oonipoaod of Bleepers and
first dans oonohos, also oafo oars.
For tho Charloston exposition thoro
will bo in addition to through sloopors
from Now York, Washington. Char
lotto, oto , to CharloBton through sloop
ing oar from St. Louis, Louisville, oto.,
to Charleston and from Greenville to
On all of tho through trains of tho
Southern railway will bo oporatod tho
highest olaas of diniog oar Borvioos.
serving all moals in the most improved
stylo, equ?l if not superior to tho bosl
Effootivo on Monday last tho Penn*
sylvania railroad inaugurated dining
oar sorvioe botwoon New York and
Washington on thoir trains Nos. 08 and
69, whioh make diroot eonnootion at
Washington with Southern raliway
trains Nos. 33 and 39 southbound and
34 and 40 northbound. This establishes
diuing oar sorvioe on all through trains
of tho Southovn railway between Now
York and Washington.
Full dotails of tho.servios of the
Southorn railway will bo aohounoed
For tho ooming eoason thoro will be
inaugurated, as aboVo ouUiuod, tho
most completo and up to dato arrange
ment otBohcdules that has ever boon
a li ot dod for tho tourist tr ?vol. lilao h
want has boen carefully considered and
nothing bas been loft undone to satisfy
it. Tho Southern iq doing its utmost
to or. courage tourist and othof travol to
tho southern rbsorts, whothor looatod
on tho lino o' tho Southorn railway or
MJxplosivos in Cotton.
Soven largo oannonoraokors and some
sulphur matohoj wore found aoorOatod
in a balo of cotton intended for export
to Boomen, Gormany. Ohe balo had
boon loaded on tho British stoatnShip
Cayo JJ UKO whioh ia taking on a solid
OJtton oavgo of 10,000 balea, at Pen
sacola. Fla. A.,______
Robbers -Dropped Booty.?
Tho B*nk of Troy, Jt'onn.. was robbed
Wednesday night. The citi/ona v/oio
aroused and attaoked tho robbors, who
fled, dropping several paokages of sil
vor, oontaiuing $1,200, and othor val*
uables. A posse with blood hounds is
in pursuit. Tho amount lost ia not yet
known, but it is thought to be sraalL
Slapped Queen'? Face.:
A spooial disp?toh fro?n Bujdpcflt
Thursday says a nowspaper thoro asserts
thatQuOon Draga and King Aloxan*
drla ot Sjrvia reoently quarrollod and
tho king slapped the quoon's faoo, Tho
latter, thoroupon drank poison, but her
!i|?o was saved by physicians
A ROW IN ATHENS.
Caused by th* Opposition to tho.
Translation of th? Gospels
INTO MOOERN CREEK.
Twenty Thousand People J pin
?tudontn In Rioting There ls
Bloodshed In tho atr?ete
A dispatch from Alhonn says ?gita- '
tion against tho proposal to translato
tho gospole into modorn Cl rock oonlin
aod Thursday. Twonty thousand por- . , :
sons assombkd around tho ruins of tho $$|
tomplo ot Jupiter Olympus and took
part in a demonstration organized by
the etudonts. A resolution was passed
calling on tho holy eynod to oxoommu
nioato any porspn who translated tho
gospels into Grook as now spoken.
Eight hundred marines were landed and
oooporatod with tho troops in patrolling
tho looality. Sovoral oollisions ooour
rod and oooasloual. shots wore fired.
Daring tho onoountera botwoon the
military and the demonstrators, seven
poisons were killod, 30 were oovorolv
and many othors wero slightly, wound
ed. Soveral shots wore fired at M.
Thootokis, the Grook prouder, but
Groat oxoitemont prevailod Thursday. ...
Strong military detachments guard ibo
palaeo and tho rosldonoo of tho pro
mior. Evoiywhoro anxious groups aro
discussing tho situation. .
Heartrending Boones occurred when ,
tho bodios of tho doad svtro handed
over to their relativos. It is rumored
that armed men have arrived at tho
university but tho building is still
guarded by tho students, who aro adopt
ing military' disoipline. Opposition
doputios paraded tho streots during the
dav, oxoiting the riotors by violent
There wore no further disturbances
during tho evening, but it is feared
that there v/ill bo n renewal of disorder
Friday. Among thone slightly injured
aro tho profoot of polioo of Athone aud
tho profoot i.? Attica. -, ?
M?R1N?? AT SXPOSITION.
A Company Has Arrived and Gone lato
The Charleston Post saya tho com
pany of United ?States marinos detailed
o K un ru the government exhibits at the
exposition arrived at tho "Ivory City",
this morning. Tho company oonsistg
of four efl! lew and sixty men. Tho
officers of tho oompahy aro Capt. Hen
ry Lsouard, Eirst Lieu?;, A?tlt?? 10.
Harding, Sooond Lieut. ?vthuy
O'Leary, Gunnery Sergt. Edward
Tho oompany arrived this morning
oii a spooial train over.' tho Bouthorn
road, and wa? taken direct to tho expo
sition grounds, where the work of un- n
loading the oars of tho tents and bag
gage, rifles, guns and other impedimen
ta, was begun. Tho marinos ; :hayo
oomo proparod to romain throughout
tho exposition, and, besides uoing
guard duty, will give daily ttxh?bUio?s
on tho parado grounds.
The marines have made a epeoialty
in this line, and wbilo at Buffalo at?
traotod oonsidorablo attention for tho
drills, oompany formations, ote., an<l
was a feature at tho Pan-Amosioan Ex
?$?-Tho oompany of marinos brought
with thom a 3 inoh field pieos and
threo email cannon oap tm od in China,
ono cf the Ghineso make, the other a
Krupp gun. Tho guns wore oapturotl
by ?Apt. Loonard's oompany at Tien
tsin, while ho was loading an attack.
In this attaok Capt. Leonard was
woundod by tho enemy, a ball striking
him in his loft arm, and it was neces
sary for tho army surgeons to amputate
tho mombor to save hit) lifo.
The oamp of tho marines has boen
OBtablished neat the ootton pal?oo, oh
tho oast eido. It has boon named'-"
Camp Hoyward, in honor pf Col. Hay
ward, tho oommandor of tho division to
which Capt. Leonard wes attaohod in
Capt, Loonard said this morning that
he waa ajad to got to Charleston and
wis quito oortain that his stay hero
would bo a most pleasant ono? Ho
said ho had heard of Charleston all of
his life, and that thoro was no city in
tho oountry that ho would rather visit \)
at this time than Charleston.
Bpoaking about tho exposition, ho
said that tho buildings and grounds
prcBontcd a beautiful appearance, and,
from what ho had hoard of tho show, ho
saw no r?auon why it should not bo a
suoooss in every partioular.
Tho marines were busy all day pitch
ing thoir tonia. Tho work will" bo com
pleted by tonight. Daring the day a
largo number of pooplo visited tho
oamp anti watohed tho marines at work,
Ifivo Persons Hurt.
Wodnosday morning thero was a col
lision botwoon tho Bouthorn trains afc
Lo ok h. s vf, Junction. Elvo persons
m?6 slightly hurt and thoro was very
little damage dono to rolling stook.
Tho aooidout happened" at 9.45 and by
12 05-tho wreok train had geno up from
Columbia and had Gloated tho track for
traffto, Tho omployofl hurt wero Dan,
Graham of Ashoville, fireman on Ko. 0/
passonaor train, faoo out; W. J. Daw
kins, Philmau oohduotor, Columbia,
Slight ou i over right oyo and left knoo
slightly injured, Tho threo passong??
hutt wero J. 8. Ourl?e, Baltimore,
slight sprain of hip; J, H. Atonal),
Charleston, baok of head ??slightly
bruised} John Duo, Heading, Ohio,
right foot, sprained. Di, Molntogh
went up from Columbia with the, tool
barana attende! tho injured, none lof
whom aro hurt badly.
A Oloso Shave.
^Vjfamos Winn,' of Oxford, Ala.^ had a
narrow escapa from being buried alivo
Wodneuday. Aftor tho .'funeral rn
vloo*. tho espket was oponed' at tho
arave, whoo, tho, body WAS aeon to movo.
Tho casket wa? hurried baok, to tho
homo of'Winn' whero ho revived and ia
now nuder tho treatment. Winn had
boen pronounced dead by phyel "
sud-ho lay apparently ideaa io;
i nights and rs day.