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- CIDS ON GREAT PROJUO.
unno Is Under Bat River for Peno
-New York, Oct. 2.-After slhonths of
eonsultatlon between eiainent engi.
meors of this and other cition, the
Fennsylvanta Railroad company Dual.
ly has deelded upon the methods by
whioh it will build its tunnels under.
the North and 1laot rivor%. and Man
battan island, and has advertised for
-bids on the work and Inatorial. I
The oonstruction between the North
river will coniist of two single ca~ii
iron tubes entering this city at the foot
of West Seoond atreet, and running
under that streot. They will be
built by the Dhield procoes. Among
the many precaitionu arranged to
maki the tunnel ari safe as possible,
will be two concretoo si1eivalkN built
Inside the tubes and must be roomy
enough to allow ample width for these
walks. Tho object of the wallk is
to provide pisqts for passepgers in
case of accident. MDvery car, it is,
claimnod, will be fireproof. The tuu
uiol itself will be fireproof. The huat.
ing system will be the most perfect
kiwwn. The lighting power will be
- soparate from that which furnaces op.
orating force, and there are to be nu
Inerous hydrants and hose and nozzles
ready to put into immediate use in the
event of fire.
The tubes will rest upon what are
known as screw pile foundationS, made
of iron. The East river tunnel will
be of similar const-ruction, carrying
The underground station in thie city
will extend from Seventh to Ninth av.
enue, and from Thirty-first to Thirty
third street. The. plans provide that
It shall be 40 feet below the street
level. Although entirely under the
ground, the state will be the largest
in the world in respect to both width,
length and track u ge.
The power to be used in the tunnel,
as oquired by boLh the states of New
York and Now Jersey, will be entirely
by. electricity, used by through ele
Arguments Heard Before Commiselon
London, Oct. 3.-Sir JDdward- Careon,
solicitor general, consumed. %he morn
Ing session of the Alaskan boundary
commission today in endeavoring to
refute the arguments of David T. Wat.
son and Hannis Taylor, of counsel for
the United States, especially protest
ing against Mr. Taylor's contention
that the term "trend of the coast"
could only apply to the political coast
line and not to the physical coast line.
He alsgo maintained that the principle
of acquieeonce was not applicable to
the present dispute and somewhat sur
prilsod the audience by declaring that
under the powers of the treaty of
1903 the commissioners had no author.
ity to define questions submitted to
them and that they could neither lay
down the bound-ary .nor decide what
constituted the coast. All the com
missionera could do was to answer
questions submitted to themi in the
trea,ty either negatively or affirmative.
If they gave certain answers they
might make matters more confuso-j
than over, ad open up a new series of
diplomatic tangles. The solicitor
general concluded with an eloquent
reference to Great Britain's unwilling.
ness to give up any of her subjects
into the control of other nations, lHe
dleclared -he thought the public might
think the conmmission was slow and
that counsed were wasting time; but
no time and no money would ever be
wasted if the long-standing dispute
between the two great and friendly na.
tions could be solved by the tribunal.
When Jacob M. iDekinson, of counsel
for the United States rose to conclude
tho arguments, the room was filling up
with sp~etators. He commenced by be.
littling the minute examinations of
mnaps and the bickerIng over words
and details, declaring that the ('ase
could only be0 settled by grasjping the
central idea concerning the original
To improve Condition of Negroes.
Newv York, Oct. 2.-About a hun
dred delegates are attending a con
vention in Broolclyn, having for its
object the formation of a national as
sociation to improve the convitions of
the colored people. Rev. Dr. Dean
R. Bihbitt, in addressing the conven
tion deoplored sectionalism, urged rae
harmony and pointed out the greal
dangers in the present situation
dIragging the race question into pc .
tics. The object of the (delegates 'in
to organize a co-operative society and
to establish such commercial aand in
dustrial enterprise as life insurance,
nhoo and provision s~tores, andl any.
thing for the beneflt of the race.
Run over by an Engine.
Greenvaille, S. C.. Oct. 1.--Maggie
Pattorson, an 8-year-old 'negro g~rl,
was run over andl fatally injured by a
shifting engine on 'the .Charleston and
Western Carolina railroad track. The
girl was playing under a car and2
as the engine was coupled she at'
temipted to escape, but fell, the wheels
passing over her legs.
Culvert Falls; Stonemason Killed.
Knoxvilleo, Tenn., Oct. 2.--l'ho frame
wvork supporting the arch of a stone
culvert being constructed on the Knox.
ville, LaFollette and Jellico railroad,
riear here, foil yesterday afternoon.
Prank Weaver, a carpenter and stone.
mason, of Iondon, Ky., was instantly
k:illod in the accident.*
"My hair was failing out very
-fast and I was greatly alarmed. I
-then trIed Ayer's Hair Vigor and
-my hair slopped falling at once"-.
Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, 0.
The trouble is your hair
-does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
-hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
-hairs are beginning to
show, Ayer's Hair Vigor
w i restore color every
t i e. '51Wo bottle. All draggiste..
ifyour drgint cannot mupply you,
Send us one do liar and wve wilI express
on~ a bottle, lie suire and glve tie Ilame
y our nearestepressu oi e. -Addiress,
ATLANTA INi'KRUtBAN RAILWAY
Ompital and Marietta To Be Oonnoot
ed by Elootrio Line.
'Alena, Oct. 2.--Atlanta and Mariet
ta aTo to be connected- Within a shoI
time by two trolley lines.
'Me Atlanta Interurban Railway
oom)any, whieh has just been organ
Seed in Atlanta, Is actively at work
on its road to Marietta and yesterday
afternoon the board of county com
mnissoners, In called session, granted
0 franohise to the Atlanta and Mariot,
ta Electrio Railway company to opor
ate through Fulton county an electrie
road between this city and the Cobb
county capital. Officials of this com
pany announce that they propose to
begin work at once on the line.
'Tho two electric lines will operate
through different sections of Fulton
and Cobb counties. It is not known
Just where the roads -will onter the city,
neither one having yet appLliod to the
city for a frapchise. It is expected,
howover, that the Atlanta Interurban
road will come iuto the city temporari
ly over the river line of the Georgia
Railway and Ilectric company.
Three officials of the Atlanta and
Marietta road appeared before the
county conimissioners yesterday after
noon and after the franchiso had been
passed on by the board it was announc
3d that they will accept it.
These offkiAals are Frank L. Cooke,
of New York, president; Colonel W.
B. Power, of Marietta, attorney. an.d
B. M. Hall, of Atlanta, engi-neer.
The company i required to give a
bond of $15,000 as an evidence of good
faith and to Uquldate any possible
lamagos and it is stated that the bond
will be made within the next few days.
PRANOHI8E TAX LAW.
it Add. Millions to Taxable Property
Atlanta, Oct. 2.-Thus far the fran
[hioo tax law has added $11,695,762.25
In property values upon which -reve
nuo is paid to the state of Georgia.
There are still four frauchises to
be arbitrated, the aggregate assess
ments of which amount to the sum of
$5,883,000, and make a possible total
The franchises yet to be aTbitmatod
The Savannah Street Railway com
pany, assessed at $1,430,000; the At
lanta and West Point railroad, assess
ed at $1,660,000; the Georgia Railway
and Electric company, assessed at
$2,200,000, and the Atlanta Belt Rail
road company, assessed at $93,000.
Of these the Savannah Street Rail
road company is to be taken up by
the arbitration board on Oct. 5 and the
Georgia Railway and Electric conm
pany on Oct. 8, with the others soon
In many instances the assessment o'
Comptroller Goneral Wright has been
cut to pieces by arbitration boards anud
it is the opinion of many of the slate
officials that in sonic instances cor
porations have escaped paying taxes
on anything like the real value of their
franchises. Howvever, the total amount
of property added td the ravenuo r-e
aources of the state is vast.
Experienced Educators Will Select So.
ries of School Books.
Atlanta, Oct. 2.--II'ho school book
commnission has inmed a sub-conmmis
sion of experienced educators. ft is
hoped that between thoso -bodies a sat
isfaetory series of boo1ts will be so
All subjects are important; but some~
ar-e universally considered of para
mount interest. Trho act itsell' recog
nizes this In providing (Section 2)
against the adloptlon of books contain
ing "anything of a parisan or sec.
tar-an characmter."' Tisb apiplios espe-0
cily to readers and histories.
Comptr-oller General W'right has al
reoady done exelent service in dis
closing objectionable mattor- in somes
hooks effor-ed. But, readers and his
tories may 1)e unfai-r indirectly, without
an objetionable line. They many
slight or ignore southern life, author
ship, heroism and statesmanship. 01
the two, the latter are perhaps the
Lockout Lasted Seven Months.
ChIcago, Oct. 2.-After a lockout of
over- seven months the 600 employes
of the plant of the American Oorn Pr-o
ducts company, known at the Ohicago
Glucose factory, will go back to work
und~e'r union congiitsions wIth union
pay and houtrs. The difflculty arose
over a demandl for 50 cents an houri.
The complany locked out its men and
closed its plant- being the first firm
in Chicago to take that course. In
the long fight which has followed,
both sides have become wearieed, andl(
the steam power council -has had no
trouble In securing a settlement.
Steamship Company Wins Fight.
San Fr-ancisco, Oct. 2.-1'he China
Commercial Steamship company, op
eratIng steamers to this port, has won
out in its fight for the right to lane
Ohinese coolie laborers in Mexico. 'Tho
ne~ws of the intention of the Mexican
government to poermit the Chinese to
land on its soil has just been receiv
0(d by steamship officials in this city.
September Emigration 8tatistic.
Now York, Oct. 2.-Statistics for
September show that 47,852 aliene ar
rived at I111lla Island during the month,
being a~n excess over the correspond.
im4 month last year of 5,643. Octo
ber opened With the arrival of 8,013
for the first two days.
WoV have on our shelves many reme
(lies forn constipation and biliousness, but
tihe nover-failing, commiIfon-senso cure is
found only in Ramnon's Liver Pills and
T1omuo Pellets. 'his Treatment, cures by
relieving ihe cause of tie trouble; the
Pink Pill arouses the liver, whm ile the~
ronic Pellets tone up the organs and in
mnro natural and heal thy cond iens.
Uomnpleto T1reatment-two med ici nos
li5 doses-full directi- mly 25 cents.
Pickens D~rug Co.
Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes ? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
your liver ! Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti
pation, headache, dyspepsia.
25Sc. All druggists.
Want rour moutacho or beard a beanuful
wn or rich bulack? Then~m usme
CKINGHAM'S DYE WEerog
SO 6 ODnuaaf. Oft R. P. HaLL ? Co.. NAI14UA.1 N..
For The Family.
Our store is the place where
the bcst, newest and latest
Shoe Creations are to be found.
Heavy and Light Walking
Shoes for Men, Women and (
Children. Shoes for the en
k tire family. For whatever k
4; purpose you may require shoes 2
we have them and at the very /
lowest prices. X
U P-To-I )A , E SI1. ol L
urToei suot ous..
GREENVILLE, S. 0.
BEFORE YOU COME TO PICKENS
look at this paper and see what days
N. D- TAYLOR,
ill be in t6wn and bring your folks and have some
perfect LIFE LIKE PIOT OGRAPHS made.
The Oldest Dry Goods Firm in Greenville.
The Original West End Dry Goods Store.
THE TIME IS AT HAND.
Summer Goods Must Make
Room for Fall Goods.
I am not running a "COST" business but all wash gooda
must now g)o at "BARGAINS"
8 and to cent Light colored Percalls at 6c.
Figured Dimity at........ .. .. ...6c.
A Good Quality of Colored Lawns at . , 5c.
Ij off on Ladies and Misses Oxfords.
White Goods-\lercerizedl and Lace Effects at
34% per cent off.
These rices are made to round up Summer business and
will remain as long as goods last, All goods marked clown
25 and 33% per cent.
West End. GRIEEN VILLE, S. C,
''Allow mte to give you a few wordslerYINLDESItuoV.
in praise of Chamberladis Colic, Chole- Oel e~.2,10.Oeftela~g.ioi
ra and Diarrhoea Remedy,"says Mr. Jn1 or 'in ~ihn i h oii O uliiu
HamLlett, oif Eaigle Pass, Te(xak. "I1 suf- ~uo ii qujnet antutnara
fered one week with bowvel t rouble and ized orIiit.Euoenat A rcn
took all kinds of medicine without get- cihr. ulcor.Cneraoy~Iit
ting any relief, when my friend Mr.; C. e nAt il id lcto.Sulnsr~
.Johnson, a meircha~nt here, adlvised melou des
to take this remedy. A fter taking onie ~ P lllPo. laoo a
dlose I was greatly relieved and when I .Jiw.
had taken the third (lose was entirely ___________________________
cured. I thank you from the bottom of
my heart for p)utting this great remedy
ini the hands of mankind." For sale by
Pickens Drug Co., Earle's D~rug Store,
T1. N. Hlunter. Liber ty. ___Pces ot aoia
What Is LIf'el Ofc ptuB(nra om)oe
Ini tho last analysis nobody knows,but EresDu tr.Ofr i rfs
we (10 knowv that it is undler strict law. soa evcst h ulc
Abuse that law even slightiy, pain re--_____ _____
suits. Irregular living means derange
menit of organs, resulting its constipai- b.i I ~~L
lion. headache or liver trouble. Dr.
King's new life pills qluicly3 1 e'-adjuste
Ihis. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only L ''~I.
2ic at P'ickens D rug C.
CA STO R IA0
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always uought lIN.MUIi& AIi),
Bears the Ii'IN hA''L ,
igatreofo'r YUNG aDES. S.onoeV.
for LI to i bn les . t O li e l a oen . Sci f
Summonufor Rlief.ealth.\ -urpenndArican
Cohh SlaintUotrteficates Welsly /o aa
STAE O 'OU' UMATTII ~Eo P.:I RRSre. oanoke. Va
Couny ofPiokns.Pickensl~ Sot SCarolin.
Cout f Cuoa Pea. Earle Dra corpet fe lei few
-- el t vry.oETIcS....
l~ora JFrioay and SalluedayssAby herk
guarianad ltem I~oa J 1to, Gutreceteed altofRgr
John I) RossWade TP Ross,.:nms, nd.an.
Signature Lof MayAlaetteieIlwinal the outh. Jery attto
To heUdotluitgDfevens Coall buone. Oie at waysla pn, s[
SOummonsl~ll~ fumoneef.n c Iu store n
Cure oainrt omlservned. s
oCouty of ickens- Awaytyadatodetoou
Ceourtop of younston hes aaei omlt ln o e
copanto LRo s sc raliber ats lby hler er at ver cls prices.......
tgentdi afterm, Dorvi J. Ro, JutrcivdaltofRgr
Jfohn fD. toss ader th Rosspaie and nytingin teJ1er
thiRs . ction Ma A te Plazinte io - Lnnro pl oe n ur
thuirelid to awed the complaint. IocalthisD MO
action whic ildfReedanbth, $2lic5of rlerk.
of Courtfor Picknulcount,.and0toebx
JeveacoPyo.yu CAwrEtoth aid ah $.6prbx
comaiaint 'n Attorsub.criber at his$off0ceer box.
tet Jayes aftrs thd seio hrof All-CuaFe, $40erbx
rcluasenofth da feu c s erie:ad
Tak youi o tanse the-complaint with- dTo, $.4 erbx
ithe timon aofrevaid, the forainif is Otegod teulya o
thaconr filld inlyt the ofCofrte for e*Cny ~ abx
the oief d e ensth co ant Ifoocal n Jt.hOe
Dayed Fh. BrA. 1). 1903g"Bigmyorpdue
J. P. CA REYBow sMue 3 0prbx
Sep. rdA.D.Plitiff's Attorney J.aichot $3. 6J0 E o.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
IT Always Bought
s tuiing teandReguil
inteS1tmlacnlisdBowlesor Bears the
fuss andRest.Contalis nellter
OpumMorphine nor lineral. of
Apetfec Remedy for Constpa
lion, Sour Slomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FacSinite Signature or
EXA C cOF WRArER. CASI R
'. TH8 CENTAUR 6ONPANV. NEW YOM14i CITY
When the liver is torpid, bile enters the
blood as a virulent poison. Liver ills follow
STATEA O SOT CAONA (
AND TONIC PLLETS are the only Treatment
that gives the liver just the right touch and
starts Nature's work in the right manner.
The Pill touches t e liver, the
Pellets toie tle system. P
Complete Treatment f
pnA 25 cts. ee
Levy or S Fa R TAx L E-B -- ---- il
Picker~s Dru CosD. oorn, ig Brhos. and Eal'rgSoe
Tr asturdber'es Notice
Conyot Pickes - j
LOvyforiner o Conyl11 Trease, Pickns County,~ S. Cl.
Lev fo it' eston Pickens S . C.nd , ESet m :: 'I5thsi , i go3
THE)TESUR ER'S FoWICE ILL No 8 PEN M FROM
THURSDAY, OCTBE ?5t UNTI T92 SDAY
DECEMBER 3st 193 WITOU PFNALTY.
ThRt ofSate Couty Scoo and Speia Tax Inluin
One Dola Pol Tax an On 1oa Comuaio' Ra
Ae cet.ol taxato nae as ollowprs:itio l nul iien utenI i gxo
Levymtaio For at Tax On-)ll wl -i -obc 5 i tlh:.en Ie.
"u r eepe "y l aw. n edess sadtxi adb h 1 4) c.l13 ilI
lai or "o t " p ub y Ro~as -il be reui - un a !vi4
"ae "r Saal nyingl o ivrcingun Untc Sld'seiiecN
ot~al lnk Not t and County ae3 s -.uo bcm p17 bl M is. g lu
Laey deoring r tionkn b. R.i bond r ricno Ttonshipl ,l.c m il
Lelovyio f ti rerty Piknd i.nRl d .- astae o iI3y To ndip ,. pulis,
Spvo y I e kiiel te F lg or Sch olstriNo.8 2 M i.
" " " "~V "F 10 3. -
Aet Plla, f n ola o capitatd.n Tall maiizens ofetweenn itgs.o
Tace arc pgaboyin to adsilvr of n Uhnitapdy Noav--s corrncr
tinahank ALLe andS ALLon ofRStaE uS.ihbcm aabedrn .
P 2Sartiesrn inmation byminrGrd tNthirLE axS. Cilp.s'
be loctio ofterpootadicuopstg o el.adtUepyn
Pickens Graded School
Mondtay, September 7th, 1903.
Tliiv :(All I; %N i.Il organiized, well graded. Fourth yegr itder
I li, NItiI ( Il )ia ni( t,
The i l ing hi I :I.-; laely been equi))d th 1 roughoiit with ex lleI nt
Th; tit : .1Al I'- l i t I ut I ni- anii itl )I womie be oeivs more il
Slvative vach yN c of tofhe p ogr * iitive age in which wo livo.
l'n1pils from [the entanty.N will fin-d Pioelams a <1elightful place to
Iiv : moy; ho-apitb 1 t -p le. Board at lowv rates.
For part cuflart: enl it On r ade
W. E. bEITh , Jup'r.
For both old and new customers on all Fall and Winter
Goods for and during the Autumn months of the new year
I want all who read this to take fair notice not to buy
goods from me unless you want to buy at the lowest prices
(hat they can be sold at and guarantee fair dealings and hon
For the next 3 months I will sell to all who trade with me
(or every $5-soo purchase worth of anything in the dry goods
line I will give 20 lbs of granulated sugar for $i.oo. I will
not sell sugar at the above price only when a $5.oo purchase
is made all at one time, and the above demanded )y the cus
With each 5o lb sack of my "ROLLER EXTRACT"
ilour I will give free a pound pacikage of Arm & Hlammer
soda or a 5c can of Good Luck baking powder.
Give me a part of your trade and be convinced that I
will sell you good goods as cheap as the cheapest. (quality
I now have a complete line of Broadcloths, Percales,
Flannels, Sterling Dress Goods, H-I enriettas, Nainsook, Cali
coes, Eiderdovmn-white, pink and blue.
A nice line of Gents file shirts, 50 to 75c. Rubber col.
lars, Ladies and Gents I losiery from 5 to 25C per pair. A'
fev 01(d goods consisting of Su its, Overcoats and shoes at your
ow nI price. Yours for trade,
UO1HN F. H ARRIS.
Mc ilsier &cBattle,
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE PIED
MONT SECTION OF S.C. : : :
We can supply~ yom wan ts ianthing in the Dry Goods lino
from thle finest to thli cheaipest qa iis
Our buyers have, jutst returned from Northern markets and our
e 11 nters andi sh1el ves arQ loadled downi with all the latest Spring
lIretC (Goeds and Novelties. In Gents Furm shin~g Goods we have
h'e mi.st complete stock in t ho State at prices that will astonish
hV1an i (MenOIville call and exaim i n our goods and get prices
b~' oer matkong y'our puircha ses. Your ml1 ioney back if you are not
mnor~e thane snutsli d.
In Carpets, M atti ngs,Rues, Scroons, Windowv Shadkne, Art Squares
and Mqts we have a completo stock.
Thanking onir friends and customers for their liberal patronage
inl the past and hoping to mer it a continuance of the same we are
IMcALiSTER & BEATTIE.
0 iI E NVI.LE, SouTHi CAlIOLINA,
All Summer ar~d Spring Goods at Cost.
It will pay you to buty nowv even if you
dlon't need a suit of Clothes. It's a good
investment. You can't put your money to a
better advantage than to buy a big supply
remember you need clothing next year,
andl you have saved at least 30 percent on
I have addoedi an up 1-to-date Merchant
Tlailoring Establishment to our business. I
can cut and make a suit for you while you
wait. I carry a large stock of piece goods.
You are bound to get wvhat suits you.
L.. ROT HSCH ILD
Oct2tf. GREENVILLE, S. C.
ntd 2ak, Pop)w'Lmbr
A. S. BYERS CO., Atlanta, Ga,
W'\ill pay SPOTI CASI I for Oak, Po~p
lar', Ash or \\'alnut. They will send a
man to receive the lumber at loading
p)oinut. Thecy will pay you the highest
market price. Write them stating what
you have in the wvay of i IARIDWOOD)S
A. S. BYEBRS COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga.
, iioPITT'S Cures Cliolsra-Inamium
Diarrhoea,D sentery. and
i". EtfH INooWuua id Des','o", e "hte
-- Costs Only 25 cents at Drugghsts the cild nd mie
- Or manl 2 canto to C. .1. MoFFrYT, M. D., ST . LUIS, MO.
I hvo oud D. Mfftt' T RI za ON D.n . H AnnY, Secretary of State, AUBthc Tex., Nov. 21, 1900.
b'',4IN ao i cghiat!, e Iu co rindv warnedand. tha we would nevitably lose hrim. hpeed upo
Ithat day on ho roeperaued. I have constantly kept it and used e ine w asm chilrkedn 2or, and haetae frs
pnarei s ounlg ito praises to all Pi.4hors of young children. I oun 6t Lava i a even afe the to ti n
Peidwep-sdM .L Ie lIA4IVe.