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S POPL E'S AOURNAL .
Vo.Xi ~CK IN S, S. C,, T l l .R S DA Y, ,1 A NIiA?RY 15, 190: N tE
A FIERCE BLIZZARD.
Extremely Low Temperatures Afflict
LAKE MICIlIGAN BOATS FROZEN UP
Street Cars Forced to Suspend Oper.
ations-Blizzard at Niles and Three
Detroit, Iiel., Special.-I.ower
Michigan has been in the grasp of a
alnow storm11 Sunday, that in the west
tern part of the State assumed the
proportions of a blizzard. Lake Mioli
gun is lashed by a 40-mile wind Into
a condition that made it impossible
for boats to leiave their h(eithis. At
Benton harbor. the street ear servic'
Is stalled and Sunday trains on the M.
B. H1. & C. RLailroad hall to be aban
,ioiied. Three Rivers and Nilcs report
a hiizzard, the teinperature very low
and trains delayed) by the snow. At
(rani Itapids the storm is the worst
of the season nil(1 the temperature lais
fallen 20 (egrc(s since noon. At 11
o'clocl it was 10 degrees above zero
with I he wind blowing a gale. Iu llc
troil fi\e inches of 5now tell. Traini
froiii thrle We:t were fron one to two
Milwau$ee Expects 5 Below-Much
Sickness and Suffering.
M ilw aukec. Specia1.--The thermloml
et(' regist('ie(d 2 degrees below z'eroa
early :Sunday (-vening. and it is pre
dic(ed 5 below before daylight. A very
high north wind is blowing and few
pe'rson,s are ol the streets. Similar
('oniliti(1ns exist throughout the State.
A numt(ier of physiciatis report con
sidcrable sickness in tills city on ac
(oulint of t he cold WeIther' because
their patl iils did not have sillieiint
fiuel o e warm. in many instances
physic-ians furnishi'd cerliiicates for
Sulipii ( f r1 ecal, iut many of these
could not 1Te filled.
'rho -or'k of soft (oal on hand in
Milwaitke(' is estimated at 11)0,000
tons. an11d d('alers say ther' is not the
renot('st probability of a soft coal
famninle. Most. of the big manufacturilng
concerns of the city have guarantees
from dealers that make their position
secur'. Large shipments of all rail
soft coal are being received daily.
.\ost of the (ities and towns in the
State out.:ide of Milwaukee report a
fairly good supply of coal (an hand and
where there is a scarcity of ('oat
plenty of wood can he had.
Chicago Pastors Preach on the Coal
Chicago, Speci:al.-Tle temlperature
in ('hicarw Sunday dropped 24I de
grees in less than two hours and it
is hovering around the zero mark.
I.ate in the day a brisk northwest
wind sprang up and intensified the low
ae iimi-r1atuire.. 'Thore is muitich suffering
but as the worst cases of destitution
have leen provided for by charitable
institultiomts no deaths have been re
i ofrte! during the (lay.
The coal situation remains un
chang(d a11(1 its causes and effect were
diisi-uss(; by many Chicago pastors in
their serlons Sunday. The actual
search for nvidence of a comn bine of
coal dealvrs for the purpose of forcing
up the price c.; fuel in the Chicago
iiarlk(" will be rrsumed by the special
grant , jury 1"it"!h began its lask Sun
Suffering and Death in Chicago.
'hi(ea:. S p cial .---T wo lundred thou11
sand po'rsons in (icago ait suftfeing~
fromj ailmn i''s direct ly due to -obuiI
andl '.\Iosu're resulting fiomt t he ('oal
fam1in.it lc'coriding to thec weekly Int1i
letin of0! thle healItIh de'partmenc'it issued.
Serciouils r<suts are alIready seen in a
heavily increa'sed rate of deathus.
Th'eo deoathi rate last week was I!.
lper tudc live y'-ars of a.4e' was i12
p(Onding w'eek of last yeari. andc amllong
personts over (.0 year-s of age it w"as
Gales and Snow Storms in England
I.ondocn. Spiecial.-The recenlt perIod
(of u nusually il d weather has gi veni
way ~ to a I titurn of sever'ie co0ld, atnd
gales andic snow stormis ar'e pr'evalent
ovei' (reat lI ritain., In the north' of
IEngland and in Scotland. tihe fall oft
snow has been'f very heavy, trailns have
been imbedded in sno0w drifts and loeo
mot0i1ves hav'e beeii derailed. Hungry
passengers have been kept for hours~
on the snow boutnd trains. Much damn.
age has; he.nI done by floods In Iro
Five Degrees Above at Kansas City.
Kansas City. Sleelal.--Thie loWgst
temtiperature of the preCsen1t cotld
weather was 4 degrees abov'e zer11o
ear'ly this 7mor11ing. A sharp wind
made thle most5 ullnmort.able of the
win ter'. Th'ler'e Is much suffering among
the por', ow ing~ to thle hiighi price of
coal, bt. thlere is iio xcenre'tty of coal.
lin many11 townis of Kansas anld w(est('rn
M issourii. however,. tfuel of ever'y ki ind
can he Purc'(hasedl.
Awful Cold, But No Fuel Famine In
ther'mometr r' eg ister'ed hut 2 di gres
below 'ieroc Suinday' was one of t ho
most disagreeable of the witter. A
high northlwest wind greatly intIensi
fled the coldI. 'Whi lre fuel is l'ar'ce and
higher, conditions have not yet i'e'm It'
ed the famine stage and there is bit
A Lawyer. Frozen to Death.
- proiiOlnent lawyer' of thuis c'ity, iui
fund on the roadcside. flye mniles West
hf th city, early Slinda:,, frozen'i to
deathI. Uleckett had beei~ Ill for' s
eratl days and lie is le e'd liol e
wvantde red In to the 'Cutily Ii', 1111
i ave fallen1 exhlau'stedc. wher'' he was
'and Sundca'y h.y a dairvmnan
Below Zero In Neb raska.
Omaha, Sp)ecial--Sundhay wvas one cf
the coldest of the witer, I dlegree he
l ow zer'o being reCgister'ed this muorn
ing. Sundhay'1 niht the therrmoioter is
lowver. Thie cold Wave extends thriough.
out Nebraskta, lutrts of IOwa andic Do.
Five Degjrees Below in Burlington.
Bur1lingtoin, Iowa, Speci:al.-WVithi
~#the temiperiattlire 5 degrees below zero
.sncw is drifting b,efore( a heavy wvind.
CONGRESS AND COAL
Both l-louses Tackle the flatter in a
A lively debate was prec"ip itt'( in
the Senate Monday participated in by
AMessrs. Aldrich, Vest and .Carmack,
when the forner endeavored to secure
a postponement of the Vest resolution
requitring the committee on finaflee to
prepare ahld report a bill' removing the
duty on coal. Nilr. Aldrich annonnced
that there were strong hopes of art ion
being taken elsewhere with the view
to removing the duty on coal. Tho
pr"OPosition was not ne ceptable to Mir.
Vest, who vigirously objected, saying
that he had no assuriance that any
thing will be (lone in any' other place.
"Cir("ttnstantial eviien(re"' he said. ''is
strongiy against any such assulhp( lon.
No act ion has been taken and 11o sus
l,ietio (f any action has been sell anvy
vhere and tliereafteri uncler existill g
conditions to allow this resolution to s
go into the uncertain and neulullIls fli
tine would be eqivalent to its defeat."
NIr. Vest called attention to the ac
tilon of the L.egislature of ihode Isl
and, for the remnhoval of the duty. Mr.
Vest said he did not want to eI ar
raiss the Senator from Rihode Ic sian(i,d,
who was amlply able to defend hlimiI-iif I.
but his desir(e Was to placs before the
Senate proof of the sentiilent for tree
Coal,. nowv existing.
%lr. Vest again reverted to wiat ho(
all ((I his "nnl'ortunIat' "eferencs" to c
Mdr. Uingley." which hai been so vig
orousy r'e5:'nt("il and seill to the disk I
ain(i hadl readt a letter fromt Congress-- f
man lienilig, of GieoI'gia, enlosinl ,
on1(" from forler Ritn'sentatiave King,
01' t'tahi. detailing a conl-ersaition w"ith
Alr. l)ingley at the tIme tlh( IiigIry
bill was untider consideration in ('on
gress. in which ie is said to have ap- c
pi'ehended changes in the bill, whi"chl
were pleCessary to obtain foreign lar.
kets for Atmerican ods and that tie
trend of Nl'. )ingiey's mind was inl
.\lr. ('artainck, of Tonnessee. charged I
th:t re"iproc'ity "l(am h,nn strangled"
by protection. "It llhs been murdered \
Ill cold blood by protL'crio." said ih lr
The benoiteiaties of the protected ltan- 1
itfarture's and the protected trusts, ho
said. ha'e appropriated to thIemselves t
every particle of the tariff dIty pro
vided int the D)ingley act.
.\r. Aldrich said the r"emarks of the i
Senator from .\Missouri and the Senator f
from Tennessee only confirmed his for
mer01 stanttemenit thailt, the i'esolut ion I
was for no other l,ut'pose than to dis- 1
cuss the questions ottside the coal I
(It,nsti1on. The resolution went over.
Mi. Nelson continued his rema'ks in t
opposition to the omnibus statehood 1
bill and had not concluded at. 4t o'clock
when the Senate took uil inobjected I
pension bills on the calendar. a large
number of Which were passed.
House on Coal.
''he House Monday, after adopting a I
resoluition to authorize the merchant
marine and fisheries committee to Ill
vestigate the coal situation at once,
adjourned out of respect to the mem
ory of (he late Representatie Tongue. (
of Or'e1ou, who (lied in this city St- i
day. The. usual resolutionts of regret t
were adolled and a comllittee was aIlp
pointed to attend the funeral.
The rosolution to investiga to he coal I
situation. authorizes the to mlnittee to f
investigate ""fatcs. charges and neces- (
Hit ies; to in(tiIre inito the (e5lements antd
condll itons in volve'd ill said sIcoal t"ade p
suplyling said North A; lantic States.
th e cost' of thle coal, the me(thiodls, fe
P1ilitiles and( 'ost. 0f tr .nspoIrtat ion alndr
distribtution of thes same. and4 the re:as- f
(s or caulses of1 slIeh >car'eity ansI is- (
The r 110 meings ar to' ( be held( inl \\'sh -
ingtn and 81( iln .uch other'l pllacs as thlef
'Tax May Lic Remnoved.
It i exipected t hat, Cotngi'ess will pas 115
a billi'remlovinlg tile dulty of (17 ('ents a
tOnl on ('0al1i implor'ted' in to this coun ltry3.
ThIiis bill may01 take( the formtl of a r'e
bate 0or dra'iwhack for' 0 day13s, and11 also
free of dutty ('oal imlpoted into this
(ounttry frloml' ('ounltries grant ing the
.same pr'ivilege to the United States.
Thlis means that. Canada will allow(
Nova Scotia coal to come to ils coun
try fr'ee, whIile coal fr'oml tIle Alle
ghlenies and wiestwarid will go~ into<
Canada free of duty13. Th'le way0s and l
means comm~itte w0~iill meet and lpr"
plare a1 lill 01n the above l ines. It is ex
1)Oeled that thle 1' ill will pass ii the loise
It wsill bie taloni IIp ill the S'nalte( 1
very3 soon) andI tbhe ilntenltion is to havel'(
be' (If tepuibl ican~s whol have lieenI
beenl heret ofore opplosed to chlanigin
the dutty on coal salid they03 w1ouldC noIt
opp1ose the bill, prhoviding it slid not .1
01pen iip thle wthole tarIFf quetstiltni ad
aifford ftan opplort unIty to offer ilnnum-II
D)eath, of D)r. Ramisay,
Griahaml Itamlsay, of tils city, one( of
the last surv'1iving mlembeirs of t hes
Con fede rate Conlgress, diled in the
8th year00i of ils age at the hiomie oif
hii- soIl, Posttmas&ter~ James x. Iam1say,
at 2:45 o'clock Sutnday mor'ning. uj.
i sIx monthls ago, when 113 began to
deeline toward'(s his death, Dr1. Ram.
say' ('n.joy'd ai sinlgularly gr'een old
aigo, thle na11'taltnd prloper0 r'ewavdil of
a ('lean and t.emperate life.
:onitest . begant ini the Probate Coiurt
Monday, w'shen' thle widowVv of thle late
m11 iioaIre, .loh n MlcCoriek Gibson01,
(if thlis r'ity, whIo died at Asheville, N.
C., a fewv monthis ago. lireuenltoed fot
pr'obato a copy of his will made fr'om
steCnogr'apilc notes lle5ged to have
been pr'eser'vedl 1by Att.or'ney wells, of
Asheville. The ri'ginlI will, it Is as
sorted, 1has neOver been' found sineo the
death of Mr'. Gibson. It biieethed lils
entire estato to 11ls widotw to whloml
ho was maurried a few~ hiourts boeforo hisi
SiOT HER TRADUCE[
ieorgia Woman Defeiids tier Ilono
3USINESS COLLEGE STUDENT SLAI
W Woman Shoots )own the Plan Ac
cused of Slandering tier-- Then Sit
Surrendered and Was Released.
Macon. Ga., lspccial.- -Mrs. Effie 1,
'arson, wifce of a railroad mnachintist
rnerly the wife of Ernest l'homlp
on, a pr'inlter", shot and instantly kill.
I Rohert A. iRigsby, a student in ;
usinvss college here. ''he t traged
1)ok place in the law office of Marna.
Ike (. ltayne(', an attttrney to whlt
he had gone for advicet. She sht't tit
inn twice in the headt and onct
bough the heai t. Shet emptied her r("
olvi', the other shots going wilt. Sitl
t ont"e delivered herself to the( shltriff
oillg act'ross the Stretet with the smokc.
ig weaponl in her hand. She wal
'onliptly placed in jail and snbse
uently released otn a bond of $1.000..1
Orolt('r'S ,jury' Iondt a verd inl. of vor"
Diary mal nslaulght(r.
Mrs. ('arson was a tealier of teleg.
tphy inI another busin11s,s college. Sih
harged that iigsby had circulate<
tl'i's dlamaging to hte- character. 51h(
ad gone to th' lawyer with a Iapel
ti liigsby to sign. ( txoneratiing her
'l.e lawyer took Iie paper to the tol.
TgO and Submitted it to Riigsby. wh(
t'clined to sign, btt asked a persona
literview. III. Went to the lawyer'
ffice and immediately asked the( law
er Jln.d I his slenographer to step int<
he hall. The door was at onte tc lose
nd( lot1ked In a few mttom1eWts tit
hots rang out and Mrs. Car'sont
eared. aunolnlcing that she had killet
he( man. Itiushv was found on I1 t' (too,
ith t his own rt-velvter nt'ar his righ
and. What ot"currecd htmwcen thtem i
of knlown1, except an admission h1;
Irs. Carson that. he applied an a'pro
ions epi'het to Ier'.
Itigsly was originally from 11owlint
Kree. Ky., or a village near by. at
said t.o have been a mnembht' of
amily prominent there. He hal tonl
ltt't('(I a butsintess college in 'T'amnpa
'Ia., but had come to Macon to om
lete his education and intended open
ng another college ip .lute. iII, wa
bhout 25 years old. IHe had pt'cvious ti
he killing been threatened hy memn
tets of Mis. Carson's family. Her mnai
len name w'as Fletcher, and she wa
t)rn near Ma?Itt:.
Chief Justice McIver Dead.
Columbia, S. C., Special.-1 io
Ienry McIver, Chief Justlee of tih
tate Supreme Court, died at. his ho111
t Cheraw Molttlay afte'noonl at 41:T
'clock. IIe had lwnen a sufferer fron
ancer of the tongte and had beol a(F
nvalidi Sevvral tonths. ilis resigna
ion woul havt' gone to the lt'gisla
iLr' to-mtorr'ow ht. death dtc'rced tI'ha
e shoull dlie an in inclt'nt in th(' of
te which Ite has honored for mor<
han a decade.
lit. was perhtapis lithe mos It'tremarli
Itate. A man of thei motst gentleit n<i
it ti, he wvas- i a .judge of Iin dt' Iis'cerni
1lent and his w ilings wt''tren msit-i
iil. 1Ic' had bteni ii n the Suiprtemt
'Ourit bench'i sint' [877, anti Fit t ha
or' thet gcood tot th' Sh tt,i as the lit
ub i Ilan who w'as Chif C .1 isti1('ec ailt'
.s thtt rilghtfuil Governortt. Jutdge Mt
Vetr wFas FLaF gliant but not ('onspti<
otis soldi er'. IHe stuirvived( the severtn~
olitiiFal revoilutions int t his State lth
nly3 mantf in puliie life wh'lo wasl lit
laitghter'." Tlhe (Genal Assembh;
C' (c11onvened ini Itiie to send a dlele'ga
ion to) thle funiertal. The State Suptre,
ralt will lb'et bhI tomaorrtow a fternoont30
I'he Governtoir hacs setnI t t messalgt o
Of Intetrest ini the KCiten.
het faiiy boiardc will be initrestedi i
hc stuggestionrs i'ot' the meanu311 F appa.
ttg in Tlhe D)el ineaYttor for' lebtruar. i
tom ah intyv ways of s'iv In g m11i<
ro W\inter' vegtablies sihotuldi het Ft
pritd by'i 1 thos' wh fit ndIiit it il
Itract ivtely. D ishets renowned'iL'c in Sco
t isht historyv Is Ft feaFturei Fandt tffel
Whiipped atnd Oredred to i.-:ave,
son1, Ft netgro whio assaulted a1CiF cipilt
whlit hoy it A ikent, S. C.. laist Satu
citv night, was whtippetd by ai ertwtd
ntight t. TheJ( negrol( wats arted (
A iIhei, S. C.. Saturdac:y Faftternioon. it
w'as irelease'd- upo 1 h1 tis. prom0itt11
ileave town. Upiont learitning tat tht' n
gro( weouild boardtt a trinii at GrianitI
ville, ',vhite (citizents.of thatt iliacte m1
the nl'gro- andJ gaveo hiim otver i
laishes, -aedinipan1iedt by theo or'der
leaIve the c!oinunity atonceU.
menCf of D3. 0. Greenc andc John I". (On
unor, fuigitives from jutstice fotr allogt
fr'atuds in connection wvith 11iprovI
the Savannah harbhor, ar'e pireparhl
to pay lato the registry otf the Uitl
States Court $80,000, the amtotunt.
the bondi. Tfhe bonds wetre eschteat
in the United Sfates Cour't. Wmn.
Kirtk6, r's treene'se botidsni.n and t
lat'e joihn b. Letary, of New York, w
onthe bond of (Gayner. The exeut
of Leary will pays Gaynor's bond.
lHE WAS MOBBED.
Man Attacked, and Used His Pistc
Wells, Nev., Special.-Additional die
tails have been receIved here regar(l
ing the tragedy enacted at Keyston
Mine, wIierv the twelve union mlinor
attacked Stuperintendent Traylor fo
the alleged purpose of running hiti
out. of the town and which resulted ;
- the death or wounding of several c)
the miners participating. SIucee;
branch of tli Western Federation
Miners wits organized a few weohs age
at lllI, the minor"a are said to havi
taken a decelsive .stant in labor mit
Sters. the partietuir oblect of tliii
wrath being the New York & Nevad,
- ('ompany. Sulperintendc nt lohn It
Tiraylor. who formerly was connec-tc".
wit ii the I"ernando Mining ('pny1ca1J"
of Uirange, Mi Xco, and also wit h t h,
l'nlion Copper and (oil liill .Mines. it
North Carolina. had h-en ioifitl(I o;
several occasions Ihat he had hi. i
leave Ih c"ampll. prisunmbt ly he i '.
lie had recently (-orered a redution i:n
.Ihis employes' wages. Te'leIramtus w\ ,n
sent to New York. it is said. thrc-aten
ing to floodh the min.s and take othin
stern measurrs ilile:s Ilie suiperitid
ent was reoillved.
A delegation finally presented Tray
1 r wo t iti an tillimattim tco be sl14necl
and figreed to within tweve' hotiirs
I.ater. it is charged, I'resident i.loyd1
of the Miners' t'nion, and a commuitte1
of niners went to Traylor's ofil ie an
asked him to go along cluietly. t ;
they would be coml1-1led to Iake him
dead or alive. 'fr'yalor emicavotrecl t
argue w%"ith the meni, but i,yod orcer
ed his riIpanions15 ti seize tle slper
intcndlent aInd bring himn along. Thrll
men started for Tirvalor. who coml
At it first shot the mniners mtad
dash for t he door. 'I'hc names of tll
men that wcere shot and killed are:
.atnes Slangs. Sam .1ohnson and .1
Smith. Tile iniies of lie three wontil
-mniiir: an. not given.
The Indianola Case.
t W\\ashireton. Speiial--The Indianola
Miss., postoffice Was again the subjer
of some consideration at the cabinel
m eettrig, but Postmaster Genera
lcyne ha<l little in the way of develop
Inients to communicate. Attorney Gen
oral Knox. to hon the ca:se was re
ferred, said that he had not. had tim:,
yet. to take it lip, hil he expected it
begin consideration of the papers al
immediately. Reference to the India
nola case led to some discussion of th
subjcet to Southern appointillents, b
no action was taken as to the genera
policy of the administration, it was do
cided that the resignat.ion. of Mnniii
Cox as post master. will not I)e accepte
and the question of re-opening the of
flee is left for further action. It is fel
. y the administration that to aemet
the resignation at this I ime would es
tablish a bhid precedent.
Opening New Coal Fields.
Knoxville, Tenn.. Special.-i.ease
have just belen closed by tihe l'opulal
Coal Creek Company, owner of vain
t able coal lands in the Oliver Spring,
district, whereby four larg( operat inm
romnpanies will develop coal Iand:
along Cow ereek. II is vxpeeted tili
operations will inean an otput of no
- lrss t han 5,000 tons (if col daily
'hitefly st eami coal. The KnoxiXVlle. La~n
Fo'llet te & .1 elliico Railroad (the L ouis
ville & Nashville), will In a1 few (lays
begina contruction of brainchi lines a
iailroadl from D)ossietts and Olive
Springs into the Cow creek seeti
Men andl materials arec now being sen
out for that purpo'Pse. Bly an arrange
mtent withi the L,ouisv'ille & Nashvilit
the inies ai e to ha2ve a car' sul:
1qul. to the coai out put. An exclusiv
right of wny into the coal propert;
Iwas given with that undi(erstandinig.
Judge Speer May Succeed.
Macon, Gn., Special.-lt Is state,
here that the name of Jutdge Emnor:
Speer will he0 presented to the Presi
dent for the sucecesion to the assoclat
julsticeshipl of the Circuit Comrt of Ap
peals of tihe fifth cIrcuIt sion to be vai
cated by the iotll'emient of Jtrdge
drew P. McCormtick. Judge JpDet b.
beeni 18 years on the D1i4r.riet COur
bench and is well known as an ato
on legal and national topples.
Had to Be Supported.
rAugusta. GIa., Speelal.-Solomol
n Iunn, (colored, was hnnged here "ri
-day for tihe mutrder oIf a young whit
inn namiaied WVilUlam Spr'ings. IDun1
was soi10 nevous iandi fighlen ed upJl
- the s'a ffoid that be had to hile hieid ii
unti11llth t rapI was- spru ng. His mi-H
was birokeni. Springs was a bartndei
andl the negr-o shot imi heenuse5i hei r
fused to s'l 1 him at: dinkiil(, abiout a yea~
The spleindbil pagorant of the Durhali:
ywals witnessedl by a vast thr ong
Delhi, Indian, anid th li'supremelt at
nouncemnit was madei of King I1
Th'le coun1ter-propitSiIion ci I 'e.
dent Castro, Of VeneCzula.ii to theii pr
posal of arbitIration Is not indio i s
biy the WaTushiingtn governmii it. a:1
it. is believed thie diiirence.s are rt
MIor' ('arIIthqa ke shoeks wvere fil -i
Ce,ntral Amrtien. iunal'a-c
'i 't Asiatic plague hsapae
Mazatlatn, A exico,. altd the inhab21 itanl
are*( f.eintg fat the rate of 200i a dlay.
Gent raci V. Gre'ne assumedi'i I
ofieeof olceComiutissionri In Ni'
Laredo, Te-..., $pecial.--A chilypacit
go, Mexico. special says: "Informalth
has been received here Ithat a sovye
earthquake shock wa.. felt at TVapa It
l a. At 1La Un ion, noit far firom th
Splace suhtcirran an noises have br
frequently hiear d. Thie shlock at 'Taii
chuila was of shrtt dlurationl and ii
no consi di .abito dlamiage to prioport'
but thei piio le ucr. inie-stricken al
manny oif thlemi r"ft ii- tretuirn to thm
DEATHI IN A WRECK.
Terrible Calamitv Results in Death of
SERIOUS CRASH NEAR PITTSBURG
The Collision Was Caused By Care
lessness on the Part of a Flagman,
Who thas Disappeared.
Pittshrg, Spe(Ial.--:As a reslit of a
oillisionl het we(n a passenger train
aild tilti rear etil of at freight traiu n
h .\ Nl()nungllhlelIa livisiott of tl
I 'ennsylvania e\'lnesday night at
'CIoh Iane St at ion. .utlst a b)Ov't i )ius
(Incsnc', s('ven mlen area d( i. one Is
dlying ancd live (olters art" injured"t.
Te dilead 11111 ar: C. 1'. Stroud, bag
Eae a te . llizabeth a("(" IIIm( da.
ton. of 1iiinmewoodi: (. 1. Itorhnel.
- bralct'man o' nacomlinodaltion. I'il(5
h,uIrg: .lohn Sitewa;Irt. Ia.steng;er. resi
delnco. 111n nown Iwo Iinknown1 for
eiguers. killed oitrighlt ; i wi iknown
fo'eitiners. ditdl on way to hospital.
'he in.iured are: T. 1). 'ook. will
probably IlE. before morning: Sam
Sullanloksky. - hotilder blade frac
ltred; 'eter Kimloskcy, ilii'ned; .lJ hnt
Smith. 5(eriously injunre"(; \lili
hoin iek. sligihtly inji red; like (h41i
till. slightly illjiredi.
'I'he passenger train in tih- wreel,.
was th(' West. llizabeti a("omloda
tion. Which left 1ittsbuhrg at. :1:2o p.
Im. It wa1" Is ()n1 111 ' ni haI d a. 1 lear
track:. :uecording; to thn' displa-e(
iigtnais. At the siIing at. Cochrane it
r"an into the( r ear ear of an extra
freight wlic"h had1 taken Ill' svitch.
u1)I failed to ch'ar the main line. Th
offh-ials of th'' roadI attributte the dir,
aster to the I"ailur"e (if Patrick Quinn,
the rear braherman of the freight. to
'see that his irain had fully clearcedl.
1'1) to 11 p. Iil.. Qrtinn has not been
Whlienl th" lalsscnger train amenl
along the eaboose of the freight ove'r
lapped thne main track enough to
catch the( I(en"ler of the( passenger 'n
giue, which was forced back upon the
("ombhination baggag}e and smoking cal,
.with terri)ble force. TIhe thirteen pas
seng("rs were jamdlllll( against tille l'eil
t end of the ('a' into almat a.;t. b
mass. Three of tile Vi1timts were ap
parently killed outright. two of (iih
othr fourtwre w Iiterarally roasted t
d'at.h, aind the two wlo d(ied on tl
l way to the hospital were so bad1;
burn(edl that recognition was almos
fiml possible. Ilmlil a 1ilt'hly after the fi
pact fire in the stove ill tile simoke
('011n111 I t(11('(d to the woodwork. Con
(lduetor Cook was found untconscioum
under the (Iharried bodly of itaggag-'
Mast01' Stroud. lIe is so badlly hur1
that. he '1n hai'iiiy live through thi
Strange to say. not. a. trck exc"el
the t.end('r. left the tracki(, th' pas
sn'lLgers in the eoa(hesZ Ieint"g till.
-of tile smioItr Was inljuried anld thIi
whVtlile aflter' thle Iiecidenl.
New W~itness inl Wilcox Case.
- 10I Izablethl Cit.y. Spbecil .-- A illw an<1
imlpor'tanft Witness is to1 he inItrducer(('
~'at the nlew~ trial ofI .lamles Wilc'x nex
weP'ek. The (witness5 is aL111 man 1 namet
Norris, reshldinig in HaitI more. t h oulg
hel residled hlere up to and1 i I di:ingl till
early stages of tile Crzopsey mlystery
1 At tis wrItIng (Lawyer Andre11w Crop
v OCy, of UJrooklyn,. is en route to ilalti1
-more to mleet Norris an a1er ompany1111
0 him11 to lbh1s city. Tile inaturiie of Norris
-testimony~ cannollt he~ alscert4ined
.. thloughlt thalt It will greatly concerni'f th<
ti fl6ht QIf WVih;ox is evideCed(CC by tb
tiay Reopen Office.
- C,OX, wh'lo lately reCsIigned as postmast.e
Cl iteI neIgrol a'~sIsitant, passed thromug]
.\linnil 1Co((x slated thalt shle expected t
he a'll to1 r'e-oIpen tile plOStoffIe a
r IIh' mos)t l'III prominnt reslidents of th
t iy had11 always endorsed5C( her' for th
11osition1 andl that theIy were still he
fri '111s. She st ated that~ I these friend
1 ile worIik illg ini herI behailf1 anrd an ('I
I. IIort will he 11nadle to haive the0115 ost,
Safe hllowerq Arrestedi.
I loward, Edwa~:rd Dutgan, ThlomnlIt Nt
I'DrInh ' ' inueu bank('s and1' posltldote
inffmb C r. LTeyaveb
e,im m'oney laviily- tile for somI
ofunle \n.d teplice l.;ptede 'lthm.fT1
Offl111 1 i For fob r i ~eIl
I were' ;I Doored meni, 12 wVomen'i andI 1
ni s'e ttl'. Thlly comel from1 Irwlin 'ouInt
a-G eorigi. OneIof th Ile men saIid51: ''We ai
i'I jus lt ('((Ii farmellrs. I lushns was5 v'in i
y. ver'y I'o ad with us, so wI' got togethle
e'. soldl oIlt 0ur farms andl are goinig (1
'ir ,to Libleria to begin lifeo again." TA'
I.at ae bu 20
Dui-ttitts the 1a.1 yra $ea*Aat t .I cl
igr"at'ed ftrom ol2nnania.
li rr Caspar Ge':rsthte. I t ilh"s 1
at .esr Autritti1, IlIta js it't, a
T1h(e heirs of W\ago('r. ith(. onti osr .
revtt $11f.4i11 in roty;lti.". frnm hi.q
(elar:ts during i:N r.
A\ .teuer h:as been"1 1aun111t fi. l (Ili.
U pper Zanmhesi itiver. abovo I te \(..
toria "'alls. It is e:lle'd tll- lL.iig.
i':cei'ritnil s it fte USe taof ejt'etririly l.
:1s al :InatIestht,lt i i' :'1eb n t toi le' In:ie,k
0il ht111 1:111 stihtj('t"ts by :t I"'enV'l hll titelfrt r
-i NaniIt . 1l
T1ht' last yeatar. atneortiue- to rpt'I),,rts i
fJot thei (:erlal:tll :arIs, was w; I (le of (
ure:t artivily ill the shflihntiltdini iIn. i
ellstry of It -rin:anIy.
Int ::llihta liat wt'a;t' of the rarn lf .
horer hais li'ei a r dt' -edt!,'tl Ib1:11 Ito s
"tIar tint to del'atih ea a p it-n -e(' of fro. t
iithree tI Nixttee atents it 4a:1y.
'" '111 tay t!11n1 in lany r(1ltia.'' was the I1
re'iut't 1,i1 e. in hi. will by Fr:nii, i
Iao'y, a ltig:ri:al hig -itaue(' hunlter-.
whaa,ha tli'etl. ag!ed'a nitely t'eiht,
.i%lnt'y I'lark, of ltlark l:iver.Wi.
th4 invve tl r of att r (-()a. 1 s n w 1
:11 11h4 4)' ifni , y throw. ;1, wor'k onl l
wh"li:tI le' calls a p r atltuIl.ohti '. 1
it irioos:1 'ill bu' nati' to 11t0
l'ten' l a t I'ari.1att'ci tt a ' r anse''r" (Il- re('
suaiils If ate'il1u. I:ai -, .li.-vhelt ag14 tt
L a r:1 (O:ilt tt to aite' l'::alhte'u. l'aris. at
'I' ts lt;aI t e 'I ttof T'u keIi itn,ists 1tha:! sI
eve'r rulrt' r polti ateir.l t et'rsonna ee t
shunhl i,i :1 na:tlral dth':tl. at thera tn
lt.t'' of tt:I Ilt :a're 4e in t "r',e' , tnize't'" elli.
rely by Nisthan 1-:'e'ntli. ithe' censor. w
nIntaa g rere.tt ni e ''rirte'nts iat literlin, '
by ah liac: r (f e l'i thel 1144-l hefi ntio of I r. I'- w
lin. :tt .\ tericaIt. for Ie'sserlin l t'e rv.
,isI'tane' in tait-listane't. te I'gralh :1n.1
teep'tht net Wir('s. fuassages st'nt b 't'lt
thoe wtr't tautel' to pei'rso5s s:anl. it
in Iibirly fet or Ilt)i t away frol: the
John 1>. Iweft ewl:tawy Over .1
L:, .IIN .,tuh ir-:: 1+'a . (
A\ t r,\w I tl'ne i,'s ..-:ifts oif iul icll li
1 1';t'' tIe"' efil a Ito aie''I 11tte'. ti
I e'at'n 'l . ibl'. u ill tibit the I,t olt'an pt
e:tlilal.s lin'fore' I11"rning: to lhe I'ited',
in aon.sieelnence of ite rtrent attempt
tietn his lil' Kiz I.'opohl el l;:'lgiinta
ht:t re oel'l tt Ie' tritl' inl his tator
ra:r in th futre and Iis ordert'l It
lTh iev. ''hnnla s i. le'wis has the
rate dtist inctititn tat bain~ prle'sielh-nt of
Swo olie'ges at e' Iitut' thte' \V'este''
.\larytani and tht' \trian, of Atlrian,
annte"1 llur4we't'. of \\'esl 1'nion, 0.,
It' etlde'st dt'titor itn ilit' Stat a' has r('
tir't'l fro ativ' work at tit' :te' of
eighty yrars, haVing been'(' in tih' halt
iess fiar half a t'enintry.
'rof'essor Morisa:ii. of N:plies 1Uni.
ri, o hthnts I!It' p)osit!in t hIy"'
sIt'ian to Qaueena Ileh'na of It:aly. is both
I stat Iii'e adt proportions fh' nost di
tinltivte ('!ottor in lher wuorll.
- 'Enip'eirr 'illiat inttetnds to Inlt'lde
In flt' ('oinniiion it bring his gitl of
1 statlie oft l"r''eri'ck 111t' (;r'aI to
Atnelie a d'sliants of (.('rntan ofl
c'rs who fttu.t undte'r W\ashington. (
ii'. S'ei'n'r, (f .trt(nsky. ()hio, wloe
w 'ill wrilt' ''olsti's biograpthy. is at
'I'olslaiatt lisciple. antl h:ts worketl as
a tlay labor(r w It inith tte iunigri:tlt peo
lid of the' te<ttl States to sIudy tIheir
' at'e'aV .t
T ''r I' .ll i. :ln et' thn "i . tit i hiltelt. "
a'it.re nit t'a'peatstt' ofs tahter ar wtin
Itetitn e'i l'.'te t toearrro hisno h e
artlll aat hewas at t'o'tak his e ar-el
ing''5e' i litonttofia htistiI hotl el-t
keep it ats a tokn oft (a'his ad(ineat.aIon..
Tfhe. "TO() v'i.a'yeS of' the /our ele
vate'd roadts ina (I Chingto hat a- or'gan ize'd,
Alit the telt'ati(al woertes In I ndtii-.
itptel is, 11ta1., areL ont stik e for Ithither
lTelt'phonate g irls it I tes .\ ltees, Ia.
leave wean titair' sIt'ike feor :an advancei('
inag in (levehunitt, ( ).. heas eceided'a tot 'e
igton. Ill., hae ' setn-aed at t'ln Iert'
cet. Int'cae oin wages.
The'i sw111 i'eutn-tn'e sti oatn thel lwa
gi vineg I th' en' moe' peay.
The Norfottlk. ''e'tsmioiithI tl New
laoat. N'ews lIneitwaay ( 'pa ny: waT. ~ill t (
t \ arbaitr- 1ia hetlecardle haas raise'd th t'
t wg;e's teofaa In bara tenl .shopat empetloeye5
\\'ithotutt etalaiin-z waages thtet liiver
Gl itlai the'I lanex villae \\'oolen .\ulls,
jelayeas ten ltste:tt 'af e'tavan hoursi' for
n a tly~'s work't.
J'.Thet ac aiin it . S'it I'rjeal tist lymet'~
for' ,u t,oaa a nd ::aa I:V.atlwoeni. 'lThe
faiaiai'etat:titts e inere 27,771) 111t atiid
l ie pea'r catnt. itt Ite walge' of: its; luo
I lerie'nI t ta' cittltnst 1'ra's. at t~~t
tt in the nethttts ocf I )t'e'berv, .Jaanuar'y,
F"ebruary:t' :tttl .\aia'reb, ho the cxtenat of'
Al t ertti y a ' of aa'rmol I and .' ' srfI the
,t'rue baeint sli d for' sIx ye'r'ts. The'y
lea ve dit d ttt haI ttt ntrhdi taon is bet'hter'
0 tha strikes~ for both sidt's.
.Itn 1900, the Unitedl St.ates pr'odnee'd
'a $Th,17l,000 of thte world's total gold
>ta t prtdetlon of $229. It5.0'S0, andI eXCed-'
*r- that of the ntex-t la'rest prtodneectr
A tia, bay abutflc ill dl
linor Events of the Week in' a
Vhile the banqueters in. Georgetowiv
ere oelebrating Wednemd'ay evening,.
4e octaionti wvas soumewira:l disturibed
l o '4lok by the inessartv ringing of
' tire hell. Upon examination it big
aze wai (isovered La the better rooin
the Gardner & Lay LumLber Com
ny. ''here was a rush for t,he" boats
1(1 the ttrowd began esossing t.be river.
he Ilug boats w(e1( 0(,n OIL the sceno
:11 in lls-i tIian twenty minutes the
( 'Iiz<dIun and ieir"less iad. towed
I( ite igii s of the city a r-ross on
ghtr s andI t. hroutghi it elTorit s of the
r'eln the only damage was the de
ition of It ! e laning mill, invo+ving
loss of about $7,5:tul. fully coVerel by
6urat1i'e. Thet building Will be re
,alned at once.
T' t'ha l 'sturn football team re- }
Irtect l"rid;iy morning from Savan
tih. brllisecl and hattered. as a re
dII o!' Iti-Ir game inl savannauTu,
t . The .;v,11ng mnlc,t brought back a
ory of the oitragE'otus treatment to
hit-h1 they were libje<"ted by the Sa
inaii team and about 400 1)pectator5;
ho rowit (lecl into the field andi assault
i them. we thliey had had the Savan
thian hard1:l'(! pr'ecced. Immeucdnitely
tIm tihe beginning of the game sticks
ii ::tones were used and vases were
led wheric C'harlestol men were held
hile they werct plied with a horse
hip in Ithe t;eunral scheme of dlisah
ng Iten. All the men were severely
an dled an td ( lits and brluises e' i
ence their hard treatment.
Almost, o0 poor llihidren sat. down
a the big fensl. which had beetn pre
ared for the in by the charitable peo
le of Charleston at the Masonic tem
Ie Friday. Tle dinner was given under
he au1spi('es of t.he King's )aughters.
I was a feast wthich broughlt good
heer to the little thildren and they
ined1 hai llily and well. A hand of
nusie was in attendance to brighten
he oc''asioni d the hail was beauti
'ully decorated for the dinner. The
wiyer and a(iress was delivered by
tev. C. S. \'edder, of the lHuguenot
hurt h. A;! the children were given
bags of candy to take home.
Satuirday morning abolit, 10 o'clock
P. fatal shooting affray ocured be
tween two white nei, a mile or two
from Cayco's In Lexington county.
From wiiau wavs learned the men were
named Charles Hutton and West
Spelrs and the former was killed, hav
ing had a double load of buckshot fired
into his body. The men had been u.n
frIendly for some tine, it woman being
he cause of their enmity. it Is said.
tvidently each had expected violence
)n the part of the other and bo(ht were
lrepared for it. Spieis was arrested
nd taken to joll at I .exIngton.
On lIecember 2tt',. a white man giv
ng as his nane .Jake Spencer. hire(d
horse and biggy from E. I.. Vlson's
ivery stal 1(is in Spartanburg. stating
hat lid wishid to go to (rc lifon and
'cturn. Mir. WIilsOn has not. sinc 11Cseen
lit muan no(r his horse andi butggy.
floi't s have been made to t.race and1(
teate thle mani andtt teiamr, bult. so) far
hlese has been I ieffetutal. The turn
mt1 Wats tra'ic'ed to Henriietta, N. C.,
Init nothIting further has Mrl. WVilson
J1. 8. Drlaklefordl, of Yorklville,
th rough htis att.orney, Frank P. Mc
Ca in. Esqj., Saiturnday priocuried an oi'
ler from J1udge (lage, at Chester, apl
poInting Paul TI. MeNeel receiver of
lie D)rakefordl Newspaper Company,
nib ilihers of' the Yor'kville Yeomnan.
I Is thbought the creditors will be paid
The first new eottonu mrill projected
hIs y'ear got its 'omiiiisslin from thu
ne'retariy of State Satur'day. It Is tn
('ar the namte "GhluIck Mills'' and( will
e located iieair Anderson, having a
apital oIf hallf a mIllion dollars. The
'orpoa tors are: R. S. Hil11; N. B.
iiullvian, Rtobiert 10. Idgon and1( Jon. N'.
An aimendmient of (,har-ter was
:ianted 'hanigling the nanme oIf the
Corris-Cooner-K ing Company to the
'tirris-Cooiner' ('omtany. TIhis is one
f C'olumblia's leadling wholesale gr'o.
'ery ('onicerns11 (aii tal ized at $1 00,000.
The l'armners and Merchants Blank,
)IranIg('bu(rg's fothi' blank, opened its
looirs for business ridlhy ' mioring.
let: . 11. Th'oimpson, cashier, and
)lavtid Wo,lfe, assista.it.
Thel New Year' starts out with a
wew lhanik--the bank of Foiuntaln 11nn,
a'irnvl lIe (count.y. it Is 1.0 have a ('api-1
ai sIo('k of $15,t000. Thle cor'porator"s
ire, I). M. Garrett, J. I". Sloan and H1.
.Shatw, of Fountain linn, 0. A. No.
wood and 1 . J1. Ifay'neswor'tb, of
:3rieenivilie, and4 R. WV. DavIs, of
Urakeman I Iarpe'r (ilenn, (f thle
(Greenvlille switching crew of th.
Southern road1. nar'roivIy escaped(
death Sat.urdtay mrcning bet.ween
Gireitnvillev atd Piedmot b y bieling~
hurtld t th g it roun id from a eab that
was over'turnedC wile goIng at thu
rate oi about11 50 miles ani hour.
A ('ommlisslon wVaH issued Feridlay to
It' Southerni Mutual -Jnisurantce Come'
panliy, of Spar'tanhurg, wVhich is to do
andt indust81rial, accident, sick benefit
an jindemniIiity insulranc(e .buiness'.~ on a
t'ital stock of $10,000. The cor'pora-i
tors alr': Wmn. Magitess, 11. M. Clevo-.
landt anid C. 11. Biarber.
it is learnod that U.ho oirganizeation
)f the 1ndepeniden't Cotton 011 Com-.
liny, cap)itlized 'at $ l,000,000,t was
jturfeeted In \ ai'lingtoun last Friday
with M. IsraJ1%,' Chiar'.esten, prest.
tient. BrIght Wiiamson, (If i)arling,