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ji\[ide lAforld Qver.
Dy J. C2. F-".
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lgi HGT was wiiperatiiis ?"
'?I New Mexican hacienda.
Al tlic death of my father
I?- -?. I had liiH'M left quite a colUIjlH?_lmll
fortable little sum, and 1
haw at once started out to see the
world, heitii;" at last able to satisfy in.v
craving for travel to its full exieni
and ha villi; no parental ties to hold
me to any one particular spot of the
1 Jut I had somewhat overdone the
thing, not being possessed of a constitution
that would stand much of a
strain. So I had settled down at I.as
Vegas 1o take things quietly for u
While, before going further.
It was on the evening of October
"iS'.Hi. that the news was circulated in
the town that there had been an awful
wreck on the Santa Fo just below
AVatrous. A special was rapidly made
up of st 11 engine and t\v<> coaches, ami
the call made for volunteers to assist
in any way that their services could
lie of value. I made one of the nunilier
that promptly responded, and hastily
clambcring aboard, we started for
I shall never forget that distressing
fduht. as, reaching the spot, we leaped
to the ground almost before the train
had slackened xpeed sutliciently to
make it safe to human life and limit to
nlighl. There lay a tailzied mass of
woimI and iron piled in heaps, from
which came moans and cries from the
imprisoned pas.*engers and crews. One
of the forward coaches, together with
1Ik> mail and express car, was iu
(lames. While part of the improvised
wrecking crews gave their atten
1 ion to helllill'-! tile tlOfll- Olll'ol'l IOl;K<w
in tlnv passenger coaches. others of us
started in to save what part of (lie
.mail and express car's valuable contents
stll! remained out of tin* reach
of tin- tongues of tin- llani"S rapidly
drawing nearer (lie end of the ear
farthest from the engine. I was one
of those who started to work on tliis
ear. and lustily 1 began to pull out the
sacks of mail and what merchandise
could he readied through the tremendous
heat from the burning end ol the
The last sack of mail \v.;s no|
snatched :nv;i\ in time to prevent half
its length being hunted away entire.
1 had hold of the leather handles and
gave a fearful tug. for the h. at w;;
How unbearable. For a minute the bag
held to some object that weighted it
down, then gave suddenly, landing me
backwards, while a shower of letters
and small packages completely cov
After wo luid Mono .ill wo emld to
,s:ivc the eonlents of liic ear. nml taken
till' lilSl !M:?II fl-olll the twisted ? Ilililios.
\vc started hark to I.as Vejras with our
niaiiirled, sulTorinx human freight.
11 wjis ;i j'f r 0110 o'eloek when we ar
lived, and lintl tenderly earried the mi!
liTt-rs to iln> nearest point who:.' tiny
?oiihl rooeive medical and surp:< nl at
trillion. ;iml. heimr quite fati-med with
iily niiiisu:il exertion. I erawlod into
I>?-II Mini sio)>I soundly until tIn* sun
ii.'id nrisen hi nil In tin- heavens tin*
li.-injr nearly dressed. I reached for
m.v vi st, w hen soinothiuu IIntt<1 to
111" (loor. I'iekinir it up I was surprised
to tind n half hurtled photo
ftra ph. I'vidently it had lieeii caught
j11 niy elothinj? in some way when the
mail hair sefltterod its eontents over
mt 111 ii 'i i iiu- ni "linn. ;; i?I.
"wlnm 1 arose to my !*? I, li.nl slipp.d
Im'Iwim'ii my vest :iml shirt. I said it
a\" is a half IniriM'il photoirraph, 1ml
thill does iti)l it'll mm h. It :i~ ilir
photograph of a lioautii ui young lail\
perhaps ciirli! fen years of a sir*. I Sean
lifnlV Tin' most beautiful, I think, I
l.ail over seen
I sal down in my half dressed sfate
ami siareil at it for maii.v long minutes
Ami before I hail 11:ii-11 -iI star
in;.' at thai beautiful imau'e I had l'?
confess to MIX -el!" that I W:;s ||c|p|ess|y
in love uiili ilib pretty, rounded face,
w ith ii< stirliiiu ?yi s looiiinu' up >
< onlidoutly ii.to mine. ih.-.t shajlHy.
temptiimonth wilh It- saucy, eurlinir
lip 11 ; I Wea It ll of I. -lily a I 1:tr I
hair thrown h.-e-i. over :! i iuli fort
Willi W.I < li" V I ' IT' ' t! !. 1' ! till-11
,1 li.nl I ;.v i ! . \\ i \ i In- pill
of I li i :i i ll 111;l ! ' iv In 'iiri \ I II
so|)H' <1 ir : i > I w ! I i 'If pi ilotrr.i ili?*r
lii"l I" n i>i v. i '1 pl.-n i- i! |ili<> 1
t<uri'ii}111 li;iil l> :i , <'i. I f I i null' !
fill)', know v\ ii; town > i\ ; w ilil
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i ." I.Ii!i- girl wlios" ryes lunl.iil i!; ,
it mill -'i <iniliii^!.\ . -< < 11 i<!i11 _ .
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HRnni/.o iiic, to i i ;>/.< ii ' !
Ami ilirn Hi" thought '-mho to me
tli:il io i vcn plio'iil'i';:pli JIhto niii-l
)ic<'f?8ill'il.\ Im> |\vo -iidcs. IVi'liMps llu'i
ri#, rrsc siilo would 1 < ! 1 m;> snmolliiiiu: |
ii now Impe' I lidil 11 ?? plinp'ur.ip'i.
nml inv Itnm rk licml>l< <l him] mv lu-url
ti nt furiously, (Variiifr to turn it iliat ,
I 1111tr111 Ix* disappointed. At last my
shaking' lingers moved of their own
volition. Writing: Feminine writing,
in a mat. small haml.
11<! t lion my lirst love dream received
itv rirtlt* shock of awakening?a
mighty death-blow. A sickening .sensation
overcame me. I turned sick, and
my eyes blurred as I read the words
I which had evidently piveeded a sig
nature, of which the Humes hail removed
"Ytnii's, the wide world over."
Mine? I'i rhaps hy right of the possesion
of (his liii of cardboard; hut
my heart. hail I that V llad 1 even the
; right to tile hit of pasteboard. scared
; and crumpled hy the devouring
Haines? "Yours" another's!
I dropped tin' photograph to the floor
and, short though my little love affair
had lived, its death hurt ine inueh,
and with tcaful eyes 1 sadly gazed
aeross the spreading plains lying hePore
my window and felt for the tirst
time all the emptiness and barrenness
of a loveless world.
Ten years have passed. I am no
longer a reckless scapegrace of a fellow.
The parsing years have soine|
what sobered me into a recognition of
the fact that the world requires more
of a man than simply looking to his
own pleasures and chasing after iniro.rou
4l>..4- Knl I I .. I
and leave liiin wqrn out and tlisappointed
at the lirst point liis maturing
iniml shows him tins uselossnoss ami
folly of his course.
However, much of the credit for j
my change of nature should be given j
to another party, a sweet, charming j
little woman whom 1 met here at Versailles
and who had quite captured my
And tonight, as we sat close together
under the (lowering tnvs. with
;i uiir moiMi c.'isun^ |><i 10 siiaiinws |
about us, I felt how happy I \v;is in I
haviiqv won such a prize, for wo were )
soon to wed.
There came a little lull in our con- !
versation and my niintl was ruuniti? i
hack to tny previous little love affair, '
the remembrance of which iueiilent |
had never quite left me. Then I made >
a resolution. Turninji to my fair com- ;
panion. 1 said:
"Vera, 1 must confess to a little deception
practiced upon you. oh. don't
start, it wus quite harmless. Von re- |
member the other evening yon asked j
me if I had ver loved before? A
woman's natural question, and such a
foolish one. And I answered, as most
wicked men will, and a^- the question |
iustly deserves, perhaps, that I never
haft. I have thought upon it since, and
feel that truth is best, whatever be
the consequences. 1 have loved bel
Vera cave her breath a little inward
hN< a;ul turned her Kashmir eyes upon
me in surprise, hut said nothing. Sin- 1
apparently awaited my further confession.
Some ten years atro I eame hy the
photograph of a younjr holy in a pe- '
euliar way. It wa< sueli :i dear little'
face tliat. I frankly eoiife.-s now. 1 fell ;
in love with it. I'.n; my love did not
live lonjr. for a few words on the re- 1
verie side of the < ;ir< 1 told liie niu? li.
She loved another. I have carried this I
ear , with me until now. and to niyht. '
alter having eonf ssed to you, I shall
pro,?erly destroy it."
f .ir..vv 111.. r,;
pocket where I 11:i I can fully guarded
il ? ver since the niulit 1 so strangely
came liy it. :ii 1 not without some
slight feeling uf ill:' old passion, placed
inv lingers in position to rend it
asunder. 't hen ?-i*:i nsked to sic it.
I p< otnptly I>:ii < 1 - ! it io her.
Slie ;ravc a <ry of surprise, and turnnit;
t" ini'. asked hastily "Vliern
did you vret thatV"
"I found tlx- plioto-iaph in n railroad
wreck in New Mexico. The ll.tnx s
fri?i.'. tin* hurnini; mail car had re- |
nto\ 'd all the name of the
phoroLrraphe;-. or 1 should have ell.
fililt is. I ? ,
"< i* yon should have troiie in search
of your ideal. Am I not rk'ht?"
"I 1 think mi; hut hut you see F
had not met you then," 1 stammered
in my confusion.
"I; seems we are old friends. Von
would have yonI- in search ,>f your !
ideal! how 1 iinr it lias t;ikeii you to
Olid her!" And. to my u'.tcr ama'/.enient.
insteid of heinir antri>. as I had
supposed, Vera huvst into a hearty
"Ah. 1 111 \ i;m. j-i'ii know the lillio
::oi - <>ii jSur iilraI cli;iJit:i - '
"(III." pot I i-illy. "iloi-s it? TIimI i*
loo l>;nl. I iviVn il Im IFii* |>:iI'ti<ulur
i<!?iil Of I I \< "ill's :"o 11 o J ?> I:! \ lilt* one
of lo f111.V
I li r wonl- iny-iilioil n o. Sin- >.i\v
my \\?>1 mI;i !11. iiinl iiuiiin hrokc into
:i !i?%;irI\ liiir-.li.
"Yon I " >1;s;i <!u;n! Y<t 11ow
> iMiii.'f. Iliivc 11; i | .. - ; 11 ; >< > 11.. ;iil<
of t nil- <i oMl Jill " 11:' 11111 < : 11111
i r:'<. il lli"' Id iiiity in ti.. o:it;in;il. 11n
'-nl <i:ut il I .voi| inln. nil in tin*
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K i I I \\ i \ \ ( .1 IS "o II S.I II I ' I ill
Ai : 11 i - r<-\cl.il ion of tin ^Iriinjre
wot !; i".rs ' ?!. \ , I < oiilil milt >-:t
. ill -' i* . . 1 si ii'.". ii Im'|-< I ( of lii Tit.
II I r ) I ?? ! < 'I I lie rude
I > I liiul r .-i\ oil ii|>i>n 1111*1111:LT tin
> I'i! .\Laill 11 rincii | s l(C^;:li in l;n U
"Aliij Vitr ! In- Wording Gfi (lift i
' ^ 'it I"'ml di. .!? :i '.oils l?o\ ' I hail
11 :11'I ilii V'-'.v rani lo my nintl)<-r. '
I In i i'i Nnv York < 'il.v . anil t ha! '
' IV i a - o:i|y for |,< ; I hail oflrll
w?>i111 < iv'il \vl -In l. 'iiil to rci i ivt'
"Ami nan ilariiiitr yoii r< mino !
truly, 'lii" wide world omt"-" I
l-'or !i11 <wor ?!h? in (it'll closer 1 r? mo, I
\Y:iVer|c\ M;ii i/.ilif,
m iihk!?ii?' Miniiiir,
The niliiiim of nii.i:^a:iost> i- lioconi- i
Mip fill iIII|.1 Itt illflll>II'.V. Si; I..*,Mii.OOO I
worth heinj; , -oilu oil during l'JOo,
; I SOUTH CAROLINA I j
' jj STATE NEWS ITEMS, jj
Lee Green Not Guilty.
An Aikt-n cov.nly jury founvl I.oo j
Troon not guilty of t.lu> murder ot j
(Voram surasuy ,a jew pcuuier.
Stubbs Kills Woman.
Hoxie Stubbs shot and instantly
tilled Lizzie Miller, at. Cripple Creek,
l suburb <>f Greenville.
Miss Cadell, of Gadsden, Ala , se- 1
j Miss Cadell, of Gadsden, Ala., was
j secured to conduct the d< |Kirt.ment of
! Ira wing and sketching. She will a.s- |
! sunie her duties Tues<l>ay, July ath. j
The seho:>l will continue four weeks,
including Saturdays, and will close
Lamp Explosion Causes Fire.
At Chester, a few days ago, the explosion
of a kcror.ene lamp in one of
:ht- ho isob m Neal's quarter started a )
j -ivhII fln- and four houses were do'
Jli'nvrwl l?i fci'p tin* fir#? r*nnl<1 ho <-on- .
| iroilc I. Tlir housos wore won pied by ;
i aegroos and wire fully insured.
Newberry's Summer School.
Newberry's. summer school for tho
teachers of the county opened in tho
graded scho:>l building under most flatloriiiK
auspices. I'rol'ossor S. J. IX r- i
rick, principal, lias associated with
him in liis work Misses Kate I .on
Nee] anil F.llzalMth DuminlcU, all of,
Will Die on Gallows.
A Columbia news item states that
Hoyt II lyos, tlx voting white man convicted
at Walhalln, Oconee county.
Homo time an ? of the murder of his
wife, will hang unless tliere is interff'l'nnro
> t v lint r f i i r i vi / iitivo Tim
fnpronm <ourt of (he state lias rendered
a decision sustaining thc? court
iiti.l dismissing tho appt.al.
Spring Opens With Ball.
The <>p ning ball at Harris l.ithia
Springs, near Waterloo, the famous
resort in in j.i r Carolina, was ni\eu
Friday evening. li was considerc i one
it' tin- most >?iiocossful openings tho
S|.rinj;>- h.v ?.ver yoi * njoyoil A largo
ami j:ay party. representing every
lour.ty in t ii- tippe r part of tho sfito,
was in atten lame. 'I'wonty couples
\v? at frtim l.aurc lis, driving down in
Bishop Dedicates Church.
I lis hop \v w imncaii dodicaicd tho
new church a Sharon last Sunday
(mi l a 1 ?rpi* iminlx r of people from
SpartanburK was pns< nt. Tho new ? <!
Iflce is 1 <1111; on tin* site of tho old
church. which was mw of tho hir'oi
ical lamima.rlif, of the county. The oc
(vision a a* a very auspicious (inn for
I he piopie of the Keidville section.
Sheriff Gets Convict Prisoner.
Sheriff Calloway, of Wilkes county,
(Jcorgia, was in Spartanburg a few
days s;!?< ? <ii route homo from I n
ion, having in custody Hen Williams,
a white man, who is an oscapod convict.
Williams was serving a livo
y.ar sentence in the county above
iucnt)on>'d for larc eny. He effected ni.cape
from the gang and at the time
.if his ?.< ; <>nd arrest was < ngaged at
m ork on the Xenl Shoals dam, in L'nion
Youth Mysteriously Disappears.
l-'orrot, tho f?-yoar-old non of || I).
I'.cr.v, o| I >i!i< ;i. loft the home of Ins
t?a rents .Inno 1'?, riding a hi< ycio ;ind
: i ^ in the ill rod Ion of HennetiR
v i 11 < . Nut hill); has been hoard of him
nee :hat dato, and f< :irs arc onti-rt
miii I Mint In has met with foul play
lie b ,|i scribed as having ji^rht hair
ind roniploxtou and a star on his up
I < v li|>
Summer School at Laurens.
The comity Minimi r school for
teachers opejir-l at l.?nronf. In t'n
l r id" I i-rhooi building. with a lar;<*
if n !ai;i!<!, and with 1'rofe >; I'ranK
l\\ in Kii|<rrlntendoilt of the Spar'
hi irtr xnuiM ftf'hools. in < li.irge of
tin- iuMit ut?- He If ahly as-isted hy
I'l f< or I'.. V. CuJliertK' ti. principal ol
Ih"' Madden lfifc'h School, thl* < >11 n i .
and .N! i -v Maude Inez Tillman, if
tic- >:rad<v| s< hool faculty, of Salis
bury, X. ( .
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
This i< i i i\ is ;<iii to lt( n? <1
I ill 11II < i' I < \ i \ home J)' I o| ( 'I.
siimini".' i- ov r. It <;in iilwnys >o
<!< I> -ii 1 < <l iijioii ?'Y< ii In ih<- most o
v rio ami (!;iii:o i o.js < ;i?-< |; i .
I cially va'u ihh> for si;iniu<t rlisor
i il> r.- in i liihlr< n. I i .i ;ini i i tiilie
in 1 iicvi r I iil;- io fri\c |ii'oiii|>i n ii< !
Why not huy it now? Ii may .-a\( 111? .
I'or siiN by I * i < lx? ii : Iti'ilK Storm
Ivirle's Drug Store, 'I' N. Huiin r, l.i'.j
NEW CABINET MEN
Begin Their Duties as Part of
President's Official Family.
TAKE OATH OF OFFICE
Moody Is Installed as Attorney General
While Morton Takes Charge
of the Navy Department.
A Washington special savs: Pan)
Morton assumed the duties of secre
tary of the navy Friday, succeeding
Secretary Moody, who becomes attur
ney general of the United States.
Mr. Morton was accompanied to the
department by Mr. Moody, who In ih<
the presence of the retiring secretary
and Assistant Secretary Darling, the
oath was administered by Solicitor
llanna, of the judge advocate general's
office, thus completing tho formal
iransfer of the department to new
hands and marking the induction of
tho new secretary.
In congratulating Mr. Morion, Mr.
Moody said to him that in his contact
with the officers of the I'nited States
navy he would meet some of the best
men in the world. Mr. Tailing extended
liis congratulations and good
wishes, after which an informal reeep
lion was held in the big room adjoining
the secret.iry'b office.
There the naval officers on duly in
the department. headed by Rear Adtni
r;i 1 Taylor, chief of (he bureau <?f navigation,
wore presented to ihe new
secretary, after winch Mr. Morton at
once took up bis new work, tin.ling a
butcli of mail waiting signature.
Later lie accompanied Mr. Moody t<
tin' cabinet meeting.
Mr. Moody was sworn into o'lice as
attorney general a short time before
Mr. Morion became secretary of tlu
navy,. The oath of ollice, which was
administered by Mr. Graves, tho ap
point meat clerk of the depart men: ol
Justice, was taken in the presence ol
Mr. Knox and the chief of this depart
Mr. Km \ assured Mr. Moody that
he could count on the confidence and
complete cooperation of all the oflieials
of his new department, and h<
bespoke for him the cordial support
and trieiniship that h ;d been given t<.
LYNCHING SEASON OPLNS.
Negro Assailant of Mrs. Banister
owung up dim miHiitfi wiin tJUiici-.
A dispatch from Cartersville, (Ja.
says: John .lone.-. i In* assailant >>t
.Mr.--'. ().-,ar I<; r?i1? r. was drawn up i<
a limit of a large c"ik It\ a stout chain
and hi. luxly rii::!! *?I with bullets noni
:li<> set in1 of the assault l-'rida\ iil'u r
noon. lie was carricd from Car
i?i> villi to ill,- Mom of i hi assail!:
which was a- the 11 in.le crossing on
tin Western and A'...nlir one mil*
north of Altoona and six mile- from
Sheriff Maxwell. |)c|iuu Tin h y
Slieriff Sirtith. of Cor Ion citiniy. am
several other.- then Irovi out with t 'i<
ik-rio in a iiiK k m iiariniv, win if ,\irHunisu
r is now living, in order that
ho might In- idontill od.
As soon us she saw tho nogro coin
ing in the house sho said: "Take him
away; n< is the one." On the return
ii <-rowd gathered and followed and
|il ? < i (|< (| i he V 1111 I< nil? ii when I hn
officii* (-illered the jai! it was in th<
miilst d a hundred armel nu n. who
alter some parleying with the officers
secured tin- negro an I hore him oik
mote to tl-.e locality of his crime.
It was decided to hang Jones ii\
means of a large chain aU?'-h?*d '<
the iiliih ol a large oak and liis hoi\
riddled with hulWts.
A hundred or so men with wim lu
ters, liotguns and pistols rang--'!
tli'inselvis in order and at a given
signal coinnieiiced firing and shot : m
negro to pieces At least five hundr' i
builds pii'ii I'd his body.
Tho assault was in fin iron and
ocliro mining region and the lynch
its wr. from among tin mining meii
and far i-ers of the region.
INJUNCTION AGAINST CITY.
Atlanta Trading Stamp People Make
M; v. to Defend Customers.
'1 hi- i!> <d' .Vianta has In < it tempo
rarily enjoined from proeiodinf
again t a im-i hnnt wlio i.- using ih?
gri i n trailing stamps, for tho purp>-"
"! iolh 'iii); thi1 lii a. < of $ 1 "ii asscs
d h\ .in ordinanci' p :ss< i| on Mar.-''
:* I ;ii)'r
I'd it loners al!< ue thai (ho ordinate'
< \arging incrchaii' an extra tax id
$I0(> for lining (railing stamps i;t un
j11>! iiri.I iinain.-i both the (oiifditu
ll'Mih ot ! he *t!ite .Mil I' n i t? 11 States.
VLADIVOSTOK FLEET TRAPPED.
Jap Admi*j| Meets Russians in Soutli
cm Entrance to Japan Sea.
A K|ncitij from ToUin say*: Vi<
Admiral Knmlmiir.i < v!?! lit 1 > ' i?i>j>< <l
2.lid iittaiKcil the It?:ssifiii Vladi vo.'to!;
Mpiadron off the i I:i11?I: of T u. in t' <
s<intlici ii entrance to the sea of Japan
The result of tin eticountf r i mi
The Kind You Have Always Br
in use for over 30 years, lis
v ? aml llU!
All Counterfeits, Imitations ai
Experiments that trille with j
Aiuums una i/uiiareu?UJxpcri
What is C/
Castoria is a harmless substi
goric, J>ro]>s ami Soothing S,
contains neither Opium, Moi
substance. Its ago is its guai
aiul allays Feverish ness. It, <
Colic. It relieves Teething1 Ti
ami Flatulency. It assimilat
Stomsu'li ami Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea?The
j 'CSEINUSNE CAST
sl Bears the S
j The Kind You to
8n Use For 0v<
YMC CCNTCUR COMPANY, TT MURF
MAXWELL CHOSEN PRESIDENT. |
National Educational Association t
Electr otticers for the Next Year.
The National Iv.lu< ational As.xocia
tion. in session a: St. Louis, elected
| the? following officers;
President W. II. Maxwell. superintendent
of instruction. New York city.
Vice Presidents- .lohu \V. Cook, Illinois;
C. P. Cary. Wisconsin; (!eori;?
1 Conk, Arkansas; .1. N. St lido, Indiana;
J. M. II. Frederick, Ohio; Alice
Robertson. Indian Territory; M 11.
| Marks, Kentucky; H. H. Swayne, Mon
tana; li. II. .Mannews, Arizona; .1. >.
Caldwell, Louisiana; A. H. llollan.l,
i XV w* Jersey; Charles I). Mclver, Nor; h
Treasurer A. \V. Crabtive. Nebraska.
Seen tnry-?Irwin Sheppai I, of \\"inulla,
Minn., is 0111 i>];?yc <1 from year to
i year aii'l rontir.in s in oflice.
One Lady's Recommendation Sold Fifty
Boxes of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets.
! have. I beii< ve. sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomat h am! I.iver Tabbis
on die recomiiundation of one
lady here, who ttrsl bought a box of
j tlieui about a year ago. She never
1 tires of telling her u(l;;hbors and
I'th-nds about the irood dualities of
liie.-c Tablets. 1'. M. Shorn. nniRKist,
UoclicsiM-. in I Tin- plcasani pur^a
ii\i rr <-i nl iln'-r Tablets make.,
tin-in a favorite witn ladies everyv.
here. l-'or salt- by Pickens i>ruj;
Stop. l-'arli-'s i run Slm-i', T. X. lluiii?
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PROBING SI.OCUM DISASTER.
Federal Grand Jury at New York Begins
Probing of Frightful Horror.
\t N'i u York, Thursday, tin- federal
f y and jury b;-nan it; investigation of
I lie C.enei al Slocillll disaster.
Ceiii ri! 11 <11 r> I.. Harnett, th I'llite
I Slates district atti rney. and Ass>it:int
I'nitiMl States Dinrict \ 11 orney
Henry A. Wise Iia I i har?e of tho
, presentation of t)i< ea.se.
Wli' n liilimis t:iK Cli.iinli' rlain's
St< inacii and l.iv<T Tabids For Hale?
l?y I'irlv' iis Drug Stori-, Kuril's l>niK |
tttui . I' X. 11 it it t < r, I .ili< it y. ' I
Is it true you want to look old ? 7
then use Hall's Hair Renewer, i
of early life restored to your 1
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Not I* ' ' Iht MjlgfH I'Jf^in you cvrr rr<nv? * ' ? any firm. ?iu
< rit II you will f c IT. t l \ I,(, *|I? . r?!rr v - w II I i I |?u
j H t'lf-tu I (AMKll',' ' f One Hollow Omund l!ilra I Iru J J VI Kei
an offer toiMfoJuif llu.r CJfirs, anj ren.cii.lrf if you ire not
V lncorpc/?tad Capital, $25,000.00. CUCK-fllC
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nil iMiy i i nil?ihi?
mglit, and which has been
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5 been Iiifulo nndei- liis pcripcrvisiou
sineo its infancy*
io ono to deceive yon in this.
iul "Jnst-as-gwul" arc but;
and endanger tlio health of
ence against Experiment*
itnte for Castor Oil, Paroyrnps.
It is Pleasant. It
'pliino nor other Narcotic
*antee. It destroys Worms
roubles, cures Constipation
os the Food, regulates tlio
healthy an<l natural sleep.
\gnature of _
e Always Bought I
er 30 Years.
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| Haw iiseswtry l
r_? /Consumption prico ' f
'rl3n P OUGfir-and 50c S. $1.00 I
rj %/0L,)S Free Trie!. [
j Surest and Uiuclceut Cure for uiT|
J.1 THROAT and LUNO TROUP,- fi
b; LEB, or MONEY BACK.
C." n'liuu-TiPfcrrn. JJH-.I.' J IPKJ' L- kitsm
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| GINNING It
\ MACHINERY |
| M-U-R.-R.-A-Y !
Mude by Liddcll
Not only up with the i
3 times, but many yonrf. j
ll nhoad, if other syvtemi!
fx nre modtrn.
b- - and -
Get Particulars from
OLUMBIA, S. C.
mention this paper. K
hen keep your gray hair. If not,
nid liave all the dark, rich color
If jUMt ^rurfiil r ur?r4y you. ?1.00 to
I U 1 I. R ? . IIAM. k CO.. K N. II.
your opre uill oc ' > to * re* c * Sfen Wm 11
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I h?i ti rr I rc? jfi rwr, .Oat Ko!''d Hold IMaltd <
till <n?, One ll.ill Top Cellar Hull on. One Ncrktlc Holder. T ?o
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ni.l you in >an.r ( Jv U??f, ?0 High <jra?!r ic< . (.igan vjlued at 1
I). I) tv? any ?-<prr>> off?e ao.1 allow fu > imlnjt.on. II fame
?ooj' fin I r rrl.i'fifd 41 > ut tjn 11 ?r and > ou will noi b* out one
rr/cuttioc It*.or f. ml.ri f.rr. tlif u. . 1.1 cvff rr>*dt . .ih I
f If j*rd, tun.l ready to refund your money