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Ulfl-I?NUOIXMIONT lUIili PASSIM).
Text ot Measure Providing for Reg
istration of Voters.
Ouo of tho most important meat;
uro? tho soneral assembly hu? passed
ls a bill lo pr?vido tor the re-enroll
uieut and registration of the nu al llied ,
eloctoru of this State during tho year
1908, and to provdo compensation
for tho supervisors of registration as
Section One. That tho sup
ervisors of registration in eaeli
county of tho State are required to
re-enroll all tho qunliiled electors in
this State .during the year 1908.
. Section 2. That, tho samo time the
said supervisors shall register all per
sons who may make application there
for and who may bo entitled thereto.
Section 3. That for the purpose of
B?ch enrolment and registration the
.said supervisors shall keep tho hooks
of registration open at the several
county seats every day (Sundays ex
cepted) between the hours ol' 9 a. in.
und G j), nt. during the months of
dilly and August 1908;and in addi
tion thereto they shall attend, during
tho month pf September, 1908. at
least 1 day in each township in their
respect iv.? counties, of whlen at least
ten day's notice shall he given by ad
vertisement In a newspaper publish
ed tri the county, and in counties con
taining illly thousand Inhabitants
they shall attend in each city, town
pr industral community containing
three hundred or more Inhabitants at
least one day upon similar notice;
Provided that tho provisions of this
Section shall only apply to tho re-en
rolment and registration for tho year
Section 4. That for tho purpose of
said roonrolment tho secretary of
state shall furnish tho supervisors of
legist inion with all the necessary
book's (ind the sum of live bund-red
dollars shall ho appropriated for sup
plying said hooks.
Section ;>. That the supervisors of
registration shall each receive for
their 8orvio.es during the year 1908,
the sum of t wo hundred dollars, to be
paid by the Slate una flori y, as other
State ollie rs are paid, except in the
Counties of Anderson, Charleston,
Greenville, Suinter, Ornngoburg,
Richland, where, they shall receive
cetve two hundred and ll ft y dollars
for the year 19.0 S : Provided, thal in
Spartan lm r g county they shall receive
this year throe hundred dollars, to bo
paid as above provided. Thal, after
jv.it... u.iO} ....... ?'ov?v,t?U.
dollars per annum, incl liding the
county of Spartanhurg.
PREDICTS HIS ASSASSINATION.
A Catholic Priest Says Ile ls a Mark
"A murder will be committed in
Chicago within ono month similar to
tho Denver assassination, where.
Father Leo Holnriohos was shot
down," asserted Chancellor io. M.
Dunne, of Chicago, arch-diocese Wed
"1 am positive that anarchsts, anti
Clericals or whatever they cr i them
Selves, have prepared lists of priests
and clergymen to ho killel and 1 nm
certain that some Chicago man has
been marked," ho said. '"1 am the
most, logical man for the assassina
tion. ?nd although 1 have thousands
of friends in the Italian colony, l
also have many hitter enemies."
IiOOTEl) Itv ItO Bl HORS.
Tied Members of the Family While
Robbery Went On.
Two robbers took pososston of the
home of Irwin Brooks, aged 66 years,
a farmer living in Waynndotte coun
ty, Kansas, Tuesday night. While the
m om hors of the family were hound
?ind kept prisoners in bed. When
Il rook s resisted, the robbers shot him
in i iie hand They laen lied his
bands and feet and placed him in
lied. Mrs. DrOoks and two daughters,
Emma, aged :!'"*, and liva, aged 17,
were similarly treated. Tie? robbers
ransacked the house and seemed $f>0,
Tiley prepared a meal and ate leis
urely. They released I ho oldest
D rook H girl for a time while she
quieted her baby, which had hogan
tO' ?ry. Aftor the robbers left tho
girls succeeded in releasing them
selves and their parents.
QI I I IO A W ARM TIM IO.
A Pole Wedding at Chicago Kilda in
a Fatal Fight.
Three m'en are repel led dying fiori!
slab wounds al Hie cornily hospital,
and IS person', were injured in a
riot, and free for all battle with
knives al Hie close ol a Polish wed
ding Celebration held over the saloon
of .Joseph KU?fl, 73 Kr?nt sheet, on
the North Side, Chicago.
Tho three most seriously injured,
who are expected to die, aro John
Wadvo, brother of the bride, ear cut
off and face and body SO vor Ol y stab
bed in ten places; Stanley Wudnsek,
stabbed in 20 places, about the hoad,
face and body; .lames (?rini, cut mid
slashed about tim cheeks hoad and
FRANCE AND EGYPT.
Almost as Many French as English
In vlow of the now Anglo-French
agreement, it may uot bo out of placo
to noto the extent of French Interests
In the valley of tho Nile. These arv
..,. ut. MU; J lu tho !*aris Te?. ps. :?.
M. Villiers, who luaiutalks that, until
now, Fi amie has presorvod ali nor
privileges, thoso she bold? from the
capitulations as well as those secured
by the conventions of 1S7C and 1S7?,
viz., personal liberty, inviolability of
domicile, exemption from taxation ex
copt custom dues, bouse tax, and the
municipal tax at Alexandria, and a
apocial Jurisdiction. As to the more
recent interests of the French they
arc, says M. Villiers, guaranteed by
tho Caisse re la Dette, and tho agree'
mont which created the mixed tribun
als. There arc in Kgypl, according to
tho census of 181*7. no fewer than
14,155 French subjects, ns against
li?.500 Find ?sh, of whom 7.00t? are sol
diers and 6,600 Maltese speaking Ital
ian. Of the 2,340,000,000 francs of
tho Figyptian Dette, 1,580,000,000
francs are held by Frenchmen. The
majority of the shareholders and
bondholders of the Credit Forte* or
Egyptien are French. The trade of
France with Egypt amounts to be
tween GO,000.000 and 70.000,000 francs.
There aro 108 French commercial es
tablishments, and tho landed properly
belonging to Frenchmon amounis In
value to about 53,000,000 francs.
Three-lift hs of the directors of the
Sue/, canal are French. French m's
(donarles have 15,000 pupils speaking
French in their school--'. The Fr 'Itch
law school at Cairo. Ihe Fli nch hos
pitals, and the French clubs continue
to exist, while Ibo French department
for the study of 1! vptian antiquities,
upholds, says M Villiers, "Ihe tradi
tions of our science in Ibo ron?! opened
ii I > for it by Pomipiirte tn 1708."
Chinese Worship of Stone Animals.
Francis ll. Nichols in his journey
through the Chinese province of
Shensi saw a temple whero stone ani
mals were worshipped ll,- siys: "In
rows of heavily barred brick cages
arc stone images of animais, They
are all life size ami are remarkably
well executed, Among then, are ele
phants, tigers, and monkey . whoso
scu'ptors nut.st have secured their
models a long distance from Shuns!,
where the originals are not found,
The stone animals stand Tor ibo
Buddhist idea ol' reincarnation. They
are worshipped as snored and are
supposed, in a vague way lo be en
eitect oi a immune society en the
western side of Ihe world. Du Iho
theory that any of Ibo brute crenion
may be the dwelling place <?!' Hie soul
of a former human being. !; me and
sick animals become the < u . of (be
priests; in some of the larger tem
plos special provision ls ii ade for
caring for Ibo slo'U ?'ats ami dogs.
To fong au animal of an> kind is
considered an act of supremo vi'-tuc.
To obtain good luck ? pion; China
man will sometimes gMrehasn a live
Ash and have a priest fong ii. TbN ls
done by placing it in the pond re
served tor ibo purpose near the t -ni
London. New York. Der In.
"l agree," writes a correspondent,
"that your contribu? or was inst ?tied
in saying in yesterday's Chronicle
that there is nothing niajest c about
llorlin. On tho other hand, i" s cer
tainly handsome and Imposing, li is
the only modera city 1 know of i'oii
has managed to escape look!) :. artifi
cial. Tho labor of building (?realer
Horlin has been most dext.eroUi ly hid
den. There is Very little ol' tl. ! deadly
uniformity, the Kuelidian Hiles lite
prosaic precision one notices ?a S?ow
York, norlin is something o nuldera
lily beltel' than a mer.- che ii iou I'd of
brick and stone and morl II The
streets have a curved and enticing
spaciousness; they are shaded with
avenues of trees, faultlessly ai phu 11od
and (dean with a cleanliness surp-ss
ing that of I'aris. The arch! oct uro
is rather too (lor d foi' lOiig?sb Lutos;
bili Tor >!! Pud do "jd l'y . ff i ; vc,
and a drive from I'll I Cr der Lindon
to Ohnrlollonbui'g will lake <-r. p:i
a liner succession of house) Until
either London or New York can sh >w.
And oven the officiai Architecture; in
spite of tho Kaiser's directing patron
age, has ils poftlls There are ito
statues in tho Siegesallee (pille SO ill!
forglvenble as those in ('entrai Park
and Ibo street, of London ' London
Man Lives In a Glass Mouse.
Tonopah, Nev., enjoys the Unique
distinction of numbering aime..; Us In
habitants a man who lives in a glass
house, in consequence of ibo scar
city and high prices of building mate
rial. William F. Peck, a miner, con
structed of empty bottles n house iii
feet by 20 foot, Willi coiling s feel
high, containing two rooms Tho in
side walls are plas?.-red svilh mortar,
No loss than siv foreign monarchs
willi whom tho Lulled Stales and
other great Christi ii power? maintain
diplomatic relations, accrediting min
isters plenipotentiary lo heir courts,
pn etico polygamy, They are th >
Moslem Sui'an of Turk -" and Sh.?'
of Persia, ihe Rtlddhlsl Ker: of SI in
the Shinto.st Mikado. Ihe Confur!
Emperor ol China and ihe I
pi Corea. - . .- ..
TO FIX ON DANTE'S Bl
The Question Undecided
High aud \o\r, rloU am
now but ono thought, the < >
the bouses of the Mighty
boon attempted ou vu rion .
i tul seine :'iu<- ago |? WJ?
lo tho tinti?facUou u>f th
Dante was burn ia a co
ovon tho nunn bel?g polu.
thU almo?) Ihn whole tra
has come In pilgrimage;
doubt has ari ?eu. aud it
that Dante did not live tb
The documente which i
Urb the right of the nial
hut sufficiently plain to J
not just I hore, the A ll ghi i
have been far eft'. One s
1IS0 the family wore li
parish of San Marl IMO. II
church, ns there wa < a
lion about a fig tree whicl
eestors had planted and
were obliged lo root u
after Danie's birth, they
in trouble, this time wit
of the Church of the Be
they were i \ ideally still
neighborhood, ami. in fn
another document which ?
that Dnute's father lived
people of San Martino,
show thal lifter the peet':
were till lhere. Thus tl
hood is established, bm th
moro difficult mailer. s<
lugs have hoon demolish
only thine, which hus co
is n wall with rt eo n of uri
as that fouad oh severn! i
of t he di I ric' and on I he Cl
lladia. lint ih.ii proves
or again <. ar. 11 ey may
added later whee I h.- prop?
hands. There aie do? III
say. tracing 'be ilifferenl
of Hie houses from |:i:>!
tine they ?ere ow" il by
Dante's, te 180!i. Thus t
stands al Hie present nu
Million Dollar Catcrp
A few years ugo a SClei
in Massaelnisett i imported
pillars thai interested hil
them in a hollie. Hut e
bottle lipped >>\ < r and s
caterpillar cseu ped Into
list's garden mid presenil
with gyps)! moihs. To
and their descendants th'
bus since spent about a
lars of public money. Tin
il many million dollar ;
damages Thc old mel In
I which win attack them. That method
is recommended ny Mr. Kroobele, of
Alameda, (VI., who tried success
fully in thal Stale for \.. Ito scale.
The Massachusetts Koro try Associa
tion favors ii.xperlment, which will
not cost tillich, and Mr. Knebele will
doubtless he invited lo hrh his para
sites to Massachusetts and ilok them
or.. The winde couhfry is concerned
in this experiment. hccaiiPi a Massa
chusetts Congressman ba InvllOtl
Congress lo dooln re I ho gyp y molli a
iietional enemy and io appropriate
$250,000 tn fighl him Tho par?sito
euro is a modem wonder nial bas hoon
effective in eases of groat moment.
Mr. Koebele ssys it will not ivlprt mit
[he gyp y moths, hui will keep ihem
il? ' ii. Tho boll weevil may presently
be restrained b.v tho same methods.
"There can bo no (pieslloii about one
thing.'' said a tuan who does not laue
kindly to ihe hurry up, strenuous ten
dency of Hie lime, "and tba' is lim
faei (hal we hurry our children along
the highway nf hfu ai a loo rapid
pare In ymir day and mine children
were not so wi ie. They did not push
them so much al school. As you
know, they did hoi begin tho serious
studies of life so soon. Tint now -
wadi, the idea is aptly put in a hit of
verso which I found reennHy in a
South African paper. Here is thc way
"Purry tho baby as fast as you can.
lim rv him. worry bim, mobo (dm a
I nia a ;
Off wlili ht- baby clothes, gel him in
Peed him eu brain foods ami make
Hustle him, sion as he's able to walk.
Into a grammar school, cram him with
Pill bis pour head full of figured ami
Keep on Jamming them in till il
- NOW Orleans Times-Democrat.
Pair Titled Americans.
Porty years ago Poid Palmerston
predicted that "before the century ls
over these clever and pretty women
from Hie State;; will pull the strings
in half tho chaneelloiioi of Ruropo."
A review of the world today boara
witness to the truth of the prophecy.
Lady Cwtmn. In Ind'a; Mrs. Cham*
berlatn, in England; Mme. .tussorand,
Baroness Monchetir, the Baroness von
Blomberg, wives respectively of tho
French Ambassador, the Belgian Am
bassador and Ike German Ambas ador
to the United Stales, are all of Amer
ican descent or birth.
Lady Horbel l, w idow of Slr Mlcnhel
leary Herbert, fonierly Britain's
\mhnssn<W, was an American, and
today some of the most Influential
houses on the other side look to their
American wives to maintain their
tout Corn PT?..C8 Will Ho ?Iron This
he Legi alp Mire having made pro
3n for pr itt.H for tho fnrmors of
State ? i reveal ttrov lng contort
x' hoi- . ... i La..s >eur, m mis
er Wai oi. ti ho waa chairman of
Hoard rou citing thc State Con
in con iee!! a witli tho National
test in tile ami who is oeoupy
tho BO nie rotation in regard to
contest thin year, stated recently
though no meeting of tho Hoard
yet hot ii hold to arrange for the
S conte >t hu wished to Rive tlnie
lOtco t< the farmers of the State
; lhere would ho a corn growing
test thia year and possibly ono
? for tho growing of oats. Ho
he wished this indice to he pro
gated prom; My in order that tho
uers might make their pr?para
is for entering in tinto. Ho said
her thai ho /.oped there would he
rger number of entries than over
yo; r and that arrangements
ld probably bo made for an ex
i of tho pr? linds of all the ('on
ints at tho next. State Fair.
ro SKI,Fer COTTON SKIM).
pressman I.ever Will Como to Or?
ungo', ii iv. for tho Purpose.
nigressnuin Lover has arranged
the Department of Amii nil ure
nrrj on rome cotton seed selec
\vori< in Hie county of Oran mr
il of Hie ct;Hon breeding work in
Slap i: being carried on by Mr.
. Soy ki i, a graduate of Clemson
?ge ami a citizen of Lee County,
work : | <ont is CO ll lilied lo
North last pari of tho Stnto In
boro aid Darlington counties,
is Mr. Lever's idea to have some
ho wi k il mo in Orangoburg
h is il" I psi cotton growing
ty in lite State and lo this end
Doykin will bo directed to begin
< in thl c.oiiiiy.
he matt r cf seed selection ls
import m c> colton growers. It
des t he. i ' > . ol rid of Unlit, lil
li seed ; mi i! i cost of sopera Hon
?rael ?cali., m : liing,
he expo nu ats so lar made hy
Department indicate thal through
ipr seed el ...don Iho yield can be
eased ii in ci per cent, per acre
I his wi iii' ? iea n for l lu? ont in?
In some pa;'U> ul Spain the murringo
ceremony MM enc feature peculiar to
Itself that of iho velnclouc. During
tho mass said after the marriage core
ninny the couple, with their gOlifatllOl
and godmother, kneel at the fool nt ihe
altar. A silken cord is thrown around
thc nock of Ihu bride, and tb . bride
groom holds tho ends of it. Thou a
long snip of silk cloth is thrown ovei
thc heads of tho newly married pair,
and four lighted wax candles aro hand
ed, one to (hf bride, one lo Hie groom,
one lo tho godfather and ono to tho
godmother, w ho sin nd to the couple
In much the (?anio relation that host
man and maid of honor do willi us un
i der thc same circumstances. Then the
priest sprinkles ?ill four willi holy wa
tor. blesses thom, nnd tho ceremony ls
over A Spanish woman docs not con
sider herself thoroughly married with
out a relaciona.
Fifteen People Were Hun ai Cam?
bridge, ohio. Recently.
Ai Cambridge, Ohio, in an accident
on Hie Uyesvllle interurban line, Rose
Ohuicey was killed and fifteen per
sons were injured, live probably fat
ally. Among those who may die are
the motorman and conductor. An
Interurban car had inst rounded a
curve and run on a short t resile. A
?itv ear, lollowlng close nt a good
speed ran into tho Interurban ear
when it.-- trolley slipped off, causing
the forward car lo slow down.
Tin- body of (Miarles Scott, a negro,
aged I S years, wa.; found hat'gillg lo
a tree al Connie, Texas. Friday. The
negroe's feel luid a placard attached
to them bearing the words: "Warn
ing lo negroes lound prowling in
while folks' houses.'' Scott had been
arrested and placed under bond on
a charge of attempting au assault up
on a Miss Alley. .
"Yea," said th? hnehelor, "a man
may think ho'? haring a high old tim?
nt night, hut something will surely tell
him next morning (hut hu made a fool
"Yes," replied tin? long married mun,
"or somebody."--Now Orleans Tl ni es
Why 1? "o" the noisiest, of all tho
vowels? Reen usa you can't mako a
horrid loud noise without lt, while nil
tho Others ?re In nudthle.
Relier Thun Codon.
Al present prices peas is a hot lei
money crop than cotton. They uri
worth from $2 to $2.50 per bushel
according to locality. Our farmert
should diversify their crops, and thal
way get mady for tho boll weevil
which is steadily marching thia way
TACKLED WRONG MAN.
Rubber Shot and Killed ia AB At
tempted Hold Up.
In Chicago Herman Becker, an al
leged highwayman, was shot and in
stantly killed Tuesday night at Six
teenth and Forty-second avenue by
Frank Daverock, an optician. Dave
rock WUB on hts way home when ho
was Intercepted by two men. Ono of
thom pointed a pistol at Daverock
and told him to throw up hlB hands.
Daverock had his hands iii bis over
coat, and in ono hand bad a pistol. Ho
answered tho robber's command with
a shot through his coat pocket. Tho
bullet, struck Hocker in the stomach
and ito fell to the ground. His com
TKN WERE INJURED
When Railway Engine and Electric
Train Met at Crossing.
Ten persons wore injured, none
fatally, in ii colisi?n between a Sou
thern railway engine and a train of
tho Washington and Alexandria Elec
tric railway Friday night at Alexan
dria, Va. Thc engine was backing
from tho roundhouse and crashed in
to tho motor enr of the electric train.
It ls asserted by passengers on tho
trolley cars that the accident, was
caused by failure to observe that tho
cars should have beeil brought to a
full Stop before crossing the steam
Slates His Position.
In response to a question asked
by a representativo of the Philadel
phia Telegraph, Mr. Bryan said:
"If the voters of the democratic
party want another than myself
nominated at Denver they ought to
instruct their delegates to that ef- j
feet. If they want me nominated
they ought to instruct their delegates
for me. lt is not a matter to be de
cided by me or by any small faction
of the democratic vot?is, lt is for
the majority of voters to determine.
In November last,' to stop the
misrepresentations that were going
about as to what I might or[ might
not do, and as to the conditions un
der which I might or might not be a
candidate, I stated that I would not
nek for ? nomination, but that 1
they gather in their coiuinuiuliea
should express themselves on party
principles and candidates and then
select delegates in harmony with
their ideas. Instructions are dem
ocratic because the delegate has no
authority except as he receives in
structions from the voters; and
the delegate ought to say that which
the voters want said." This is a
frank open statement from Mr. Bry
an as to his position in reference to
the presidential nomination. It cer
tainly shows that he is not trying to
dictate to the party but is willing to
accept any candidate a majority of
the party sees fit to name.
NEARLY every county in the State
has out a favoritte son for United
TlIK crack of the everready pisto'
is still heard in South Carolina. We
need a few hangings in this State.
A Washington newspaper corres
pondent says the Taft noonghas lit
tle support except that given it from
the white house.
MARK the lien law an issue in the
campaign this Summer and give the
people a chance to say what they
want done with it.
AM. honor to Gov. Hoke Smith, of
Georgia. In allowing the law to take
its course in two neted murder eases
resulting in the hanging of two
white men, he has set an example
that should be followed by all gov
IN the opinion of The Washington
Star "South Carolina should senda
good roan in Mr. Latin.er's place;"
"should be able to give Mr. Tillman a
colleague with something of his gin
ger and a like amount of his indus
i THE Mobile Register says "il
there is anything in signs and
omens, |t is worth noting that Ala
bania, first in the call of States ir
the next Republican convention
has put an undertaker, named Al
len, also first in alphabetical order
on the Republican executive com
TUB Augusta Herald says "it ii
. an old saying among the farmen
that a bad winter ii the forerunnei
of a good crop year. So we should
j bear philosophically the present dis
i rgrceable weather which after all is
, so much better than our friends ir
. other sections are having.
Will It? Hard to Beat.
Many of the Republican papers
at the North frankly admit that
their party will find Mr. Bryan a
more formidable candidate than
many of their leaders pretend to
think he ls. The New York evening
Post fc*ys: "That Mr. Bryan will
he the Democratic candidate for
the presidency this year, if he
chooses to be, may now be sot down
aa among the political certainties.
And those republican managers are
living in a fools paradise who think
it will be a holiday task to beat him.
[The forces which make Mr. Bryan's
candidacy formidable are not hid
den. He has a vast and idolizing
personal following. Its vote can be
transferred to no other, Ap a cam
paigner, he has inexhaustible physi
cal energy, and resources of agita
tion. And on what willing ears bL \
appeals would fall in present cin??
cumstances! Are the Republicans'
not aware how he could retort all
their own favorite arguments upon
them with terriflic force? The re
publican platform of 18% could be
read as an indictment of the re
publican party of 1908. All the
dire consequences of misgovern
ment . therein set forth are now
swarming home to condemn repub
lican pol ides. A panic has come
under republican rule. Business
bas Suffered deep hurt; mills have
shut down; thousands of men are
out of work; the unemployed
throng the cities; the resources of
j charity are strained to provide for^-,
those in want by no fault of their '
own. Docs any republican leader in
! his senses doubt that Mr. Bryan
I could make great play with these
undeniable facts? Bearing in mind
j his extraordinary gifts as an agita
tor, and remembering bow invaria
bly the party in power loses popular
support when depression over
takes industry and cripples enter
prise, no one but a republican drunk
with complacency could deny that
the coming campaign will test his
party to the utmost." This is an
honest confession of Mr. Bryan's
? at strength as a candidate.
Grand Anny Wiped Out.
The Pittsburg Gazette-Times says
u ? 'li hm b i . i ped ..<. . .;
of this host, not even the leaders,
had been trained at West Point,
their strategy and tactics were un- ti
surpassed by the most efficient reg
ular troops. Now this splendid
fighting force has been uterly de
stroyed. IJCSS than 50,000 were killed
at Waterloo and 80,000 at Leipsic so
that those famous battles can not be
compared with the destruction of
this splendid American army. One
million robins are a military unit of
great fighting pbwer, able to com
bat and overcome vast, hordes of in
sect enemies. Now this magnificent
corps of our nation's defenders is
routed by ruthless pothunters, and
our Heids are left unprotected, ex?
sposed to the ravages of pests that
fly and crawl. South Carolina fine3
any one who kills a member of this
grand army live dollars. This fact
should be remembered by all sports
men as well as pot hunters.
Why ls tho Ocean Salt.
The Creator made the ocean salt
to save the land from putrefaction.
The winds blow everything offen
sive and pestilential (as far as we al
low them to do the work of boards
of health) out. to sea, where all hum
ors are absorbed by tho hungry was
ors. Salt is a purifying agent. The
ocean isa great manufacturer. It.
converts every thing foul Into health
making ozone and bands it back t<
us without charge. No government
label is necessary. Stand on tho
pr?W of a ship for three hours a
day, deep breathing like an athlete,
and your lungs will be cleaned of
. everything poisonous, your blood
will leap through veins and arteries,
your heart will be obliged to thump
with renewed force. The tide is
the ocean's tongue. It comes in
f twice a day to lick up the foul things
I of the earth and convey them to the
- ocean's stomach, where these aro di
i gested salted down, cured and ren
, dored pure again._
WAUK Hampton Sellers has had a
' long career of crime, but we hopo
he has rerched the end of his list of
crimes at last. If a few fellows
? like Sellers were allowed to dance
i from the end of a hope occassional
. ly thc State would bo better off.
' Another white man has been hung
over in Georgia in the last few weeks
? for murder. Keep this up a little
i while and Georgia will have fewer