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Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickous, S. 0., ea second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8 1879.
VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1905. NO4
IN NEW YORK CITY
Banks of Hudson Covered With
Shower of Steel.
TWO KILLED; SEVERAL INJURED
The Injured, Which Numbers Upward
of Twenty, Some Seriously, Were
Taken to Hospital-Police Are Inves
tigating Cause of Explosion.
New York, Juno 19.-'wo deaths
have already resulted from the show.
er of shattered steel and clouds of
steam Ailch followed the boller explo
sion near the banks of the Hudson
river on the upper west side yesterday.
Tle victinus are:
Joseph Morgan, negro, a fireman,
whose death resulted fron scalds.
Frank iMarone, 18 years old.
Marone, with three companions, was
swimming in the Hudson when the
shower of debris fell over the water.
He was not seen again, and the police
who have investigged the case say
it is certain that he was struck by a
flying missle and instantly killed or
made helpless and drowned.
Four other persons who were In
jured are in a hospit~l in a serious
condition, 20 others who were treated
by physicians are at their homes and
two men are under arrest and will be
held -by tihe police pending an investi
gation of the explosion.
One of the men held by the police
is Daniel Barry, assistant engineer at
the subway construction company's
power house where the explosion oc
curred. He is one of the fiour seri
The other is John L. Keavney, who
says he is only a record clerk for the
company and says lie had nothing to
do with the operation of the plant.
New Cabinet Appointed.
Budapest, IIungary, June 19.-Simil
taneously with the appointment of the
new cabinet Emperor Francis Joseph
sent an autograph letter to Premitr
Fejervary, regretting that lie was un
able to select a ministry from the ma
jority because the latter's program was
unjustifled, and placing lie destinies
of the nation in the ministry's hands.
While approving of the majorily's pro
posals for interior administraian, the
emperor declares lie can only accept
the demands regarded the army with
in certain limits. The letter. con
cludes: "It would afford me gregt sat
isfaction if you could pave- the way
for an understanding on the lines indi
cated, thus furthering the appointment
of a cabinet from the majority.
Want Americans to Control.
New York. June 19.--Dr. Salvador
A. Pratto, consul of Argentina, at St.
Louis, has gone to Washington, where
he expects to meet President Roose
velt for the purpose of discussing the
greater American control and financial
representation in the South A'merica~n
republic. Dr. Pratto Is authority for- the
st atemen t that there arec invested ini
Argentina $1,500,000,060 of English
calial while tho American invest
nments amount to about $20.000,000. A
lack of the iltiative -on the Ipart of
the Unitedl States In cultivating thiR
rich field for Investment declar-es Dr.
Prat to, ls resploniblle for thme practi
cal monopoly held by the E~nglishi.
Comner, peieto h ll:m tt
- 'mesen ted thai he had toldi a friend of
hiis that he womld under' no conditions
1he a calndidalto for gover'nor- of Ala
bama Hisinterview, whlich fIrst ap
lpen1'ed in a. I~rlmnigham~ afternoon pa
per, puriported to comle fromi a poll
ician who was personally and politI
cally on con ildential terms wvith Pmres
blent Comner. ft. was copied( widely
thrmoughoutI time state.
Private Ownership Best.
New York, .1 no 10I.- *4ames D~airym
1)1e of (llasgowv, an au thmorit y on mu
ni cipal Iownershipil. whmo came i0 t his
counmtry to sItudy (conditioas11 in var-ious
gcit ies wheire the nuhec h)(( I ias beeni a gi
* tated, goes to Mont real tonight, i~e
lhas visited -New York. lluffalo. Chica
* Philadelphia a-nd Washington.. "I
camne t~o this country1 a believer in puh
lie ownership,"' lie said, '"but after a
studly or the situation here I am
ship under proper' condItions is better
1or~the American cities."
Equitable Report Not Ready.
- New York, June 19.--Private advicer
received from Albany today indlcatc
that Superintendent Hl6ndrick's rep'ori
-of lis investigation of the Eqluitabkl
society will not be completed for soy
oral days. Mr. Hlendricks was nuol
hero todlay, but Assistant Deputy Su
4perintendent Vanderpool was atth
1quitable office. Comptroller T. D
Jordan was sent for.
Victim of Joke Kills Self.
Milwaukee, June 19.-Worry oe
the loss of pay tickets intrusted to bin
care by his employer, and which wer<
taken a's am joke, causedl Char~lei
Schmidt ,aged 65 years, to Qompilt aul
Aide by hangIng hinaself. i
The opportunity of
The Secret of our Success
is that we are daily watching for bargains that we
can give the people at prices that they appreciate.
Now we have it fior you.
Down in a Southern city we bought a complete
and up-to-date stock of bankrupt goods at about one
half the manufacturers cost and we have decided that
our customers shall have the benefit of this purchase,
and they go on sale at about one-half their actual
value. This is no old out of date stufl, but brand new
goods, bought for the spring trade for a city of about
50,ooo inhabitants, and the style and quality of these
goods is perfect. The goods are now on sale
and will last until they are all sold. We
haven't space to quote many prices but only give you
an idea of the great values of this sale. Get ready
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last long.
Superb line of Shirts
This is one of the prettiest line of Shirts in the
state, and for style aid lit they can't be beat. They
are the output of the leading factories of the United
States and to move them quick we have put the price on
$1.50 Shirts fo................$1.oo
$i.oo Shirts for............. 75
75 Shirts for.................... 50
50 Shirts for ..........................--- 38
TWENTY-FIViI KILLED IN WRECK BREAK OCCURS IN
Passenger Train Carrying Railroad Cl
Employes'CrasheI CHICAGO STRIKE
Baltimore, June 19.-The death roll U U V
of last -night's dis-ster on the West- ance
ern Maryland railroad now foots up wl
25 and this number is likely to be in. Teamsters Seeking Employment aw
creased from among the list of those As Individuals. Cart
priviously mangld. -to t
All the dead were employes of the
railroad company, returning to their WILL DECLARE THE SiTRIKE OFF high
homes in the small towns along the T
railroad to spend Sunday. \Vith the Plans on Foot for Mceting Which Will if
exception of the train crows, they had Mark End of struLggie--Members of Solic
Leen at work repairing the dlamage wrih -ades no a alk so
(lone to the road about ten days ago-FrghHade'UnoMyWak or
by a minor freight wret~c. The train Out, the
which was No. 5, passenger, wet Chicago, June 10.-A pronountced Vhe
bound, carried a large number u-f pas- breoak ini the ranks of the strikers 0c- have
sengers, all of the coaches being filled' curredi todlay. avr
As many of the wvorkmen as (huld (d0 For the list ti.ime since the strike aret
so wvent into the baggage Car, the re--may~ehsao heewr n re .vi
mainder of the gang of 35 finding r o manwstago, here ern eanu-. id
platces on the platforms betwveen the strru ita~ ndisdwhely orn forme- rMb
mail and baggage Cars anid betweenlsesapididvdal o former rob
the mil an bagage crs an be-positions wit hout waiting for the srk es
wnthe alt and thae cae nd.- to be for-mally declaredi off. This was atte
Iwen the ltei brhaoodt at a c o esp~ecilly true at the lumb)(r yards. that
stanbohmI f Wetin-s~ George K. \\'eng. of the Wenig Team- of tl
ste-r, the Western Maryland has many , cmmy, sai d t t: s av
Cutrves, and that just west of t he bride anoftualIemsrshv
crosing he Ttapso rier i a s a- sked for their positiotns. Not one of -
o ng themPt p - o r v r is a s a i l( n said anythinug about deliveries soni
An trafegtnd po ev to the boycottedl i-ms. I have (done beei
con extr rvight r, a ru nningv no Ihlug yet mt the mattter- and shall Wva
calt and prsion hat-~ taken idig t not do anything ttntil I consult with city
allow No. 5 to pass. Such were the teremloyrs. atjaitthlemses't
ordet-s. Why they were disrecgat~l niain r httetases w
wvill never be known, for all those wh strike wvill como to an enid before call
shoud hae sen tat hey erethe Close of this week. The announce. is ~
obteyed are ee, a te ie nt wa made t hat the striets .will fig
obey~l a-c (eadbe allowed to dlecidle for' thtemselves two
TWELVE NEGRoES ARE KILLED. wt omllt~o-wl i ~oelAt
Riot on Board ExcursIon TraIn Resultseocnite
Fatally.PeenPln vtc ilbesto A
Grtiffin, Ca., Junte 19.ChefofPa
lice Phelps says his latest informa- eig fthteser'jntct-mo
tIon r-egarding the shooting on the'o ltnpaearfrnu uigni
SoutI thern tralit isi that 11 negroes at-rIe netfw(aslywicecho o
(lead as a result.teAiIL',nty(lid o-hmlfad
vann Mitchell and WVest Chunn, two haenghoGtia-te
Gr-iiflin negroes of bad reputilation, are i ao fterfrntti sUlld a
hl-d here as suspiects. PTey sawisttfathtte nettmsote
the trouble was startedl about a crtap a
gamte that had been going otn all d-ty. epoc' oti eunsd~nti n
Tihree are saidl to be dead at Mci)on-ctIlyO)Odtohetncalfte
ouigh, five wet-e (lead wvhen te train (ed-v-swl ahreilot h
reached Griflin, and several hav6 died
sinice at. their homes.stietaig-ctote. fc
A cr-ap game had been statrted on Neoitosa-inrgts5bwe Rg
the Itrip upi to Atlanta, atnd it was con- tefegthzdes no tdmr hf
tinuted. as thte train left the tertnitnlal cr friwa opne o
station. The negro arrested here isatevgeent.Oer400m -ito
saidl to have stattedl the fight, whtich oftergnainaedeaigSu
ragedl utnceasitngly tutil (Grifln was atittes iwgsaonigt 0Rg
reached. - Accurtate informnation is ai-l-r et-'iesaenwrne rm ge
most impossible to obtain, althouigh $7 o$ ly&dtepeetbl
it s eprt~lher taton ngt- ~s gwchent texstre shl becale ofe bi
foun ded a I'hintt-let- beidesthoe houtV condit ibo oodl butterowed Aust1
Om-ifi oficersthin thatnegros ent plant whc .witl ane s on
the rio~tfanotheyiareiwokingtharghta th s peal A~
meoin fthetemser'coat ou-.s
th-emses aydcdefrhmsl o
PT BUT NO
a life-time--the greatest sal
It! the lot there are about 800 pairs of Pants of all kinds, stouts,
slims and regulars, and they won't last long at the prico.
$6.00 Pants at only $4.00.
5.oo Pants at only 3-50
4.00 Pants at only 2.98.
3.50 Pants at only 2.50.
2.oo Pants at only i.5o.
1.50 Pants at only 1.oo.
1.25 Pants at only 90.
i.oo Pants at only 78.
You will miss n bargain if you fail to get a pair of these pants.
Big lot of Collars worth 15c togo at ioc or 3 for 25c.
25c Socks for 15c. 15c Socks for oc.
35c and 50c Socks for 25c.
Nice line of 50c ties to go at 25c and 38c.
Silk string ties 15c, or 2 for 25c.
25c all Linen Handkerchiefs only 1 5e.
ioc Handkerchiefs only 5c.
5c Handkerchiefs only 3c.
In this rale we have about fifteen hundred pairs of men's and
ladies' 8hoes and Oxfords, ranging in price from $1 00 to $5.00
per pair. These shoes are made by the leading manufacturers of
the United States, and the sizes and styles are perfect.
$4.50 and $5.00 Shoes at $3.50.
3-50 and 4.00 Shoes at 2.85
3.oo and 3.50 Shoes at 2.00.
3.50 and 4.00 Oxfords 2.50.
1.75 Shoes at $f.25
i.5o Shoes at 1.oo.
i.oo Shoes at 75
-.LEADERS IN LOW PRICES-...
SPECIAL TERM OF COURT. STICE
d to Try Those Who Are Charged] ARMISSHOU D
Will Killing Boy and Girl.
Idosta, Ga., June -19.--The assur NOW BE DECLARE
that a special term of the couiND
d .be called for the trial of J. G.
ings, his three sons and the ne.
i said to be implicated in the Engagement Between Armi
,r assassinations, has done much Would Upset Plans.
ill the tempest which was rising
e court will be held early in July, MIGHT BREAK NEGOTIATIOP
dge Mitchell agrees to that time.
itor Thomas stated that the state' President Rooseveit Pays No Attenti
ready to rtrial any time. All To His Critics in Russia--Portia
e's confession agreed exactly with Wants Conference To U. He.
lying statement of Willie Cart er.I
a the elder Rawlings learned that IThere Other N ews.
'e was under arrest, he is said to Washington, June 19.--While t
collapsed. Trhere are still one i
ro arrests to be made, but they .progress of the preliminary negot
for the purpose of securing more tions for peace between the Far FAs
mece. ern belligerents Is necessarily sh
>ore's confession is said to be cor- and at this stage of the procoedm
rated by other evidence in the pos-' It is known that President Roosm'
n o tt i oliito~udgnea t 11hopes they practically miay be conel
he was practically ready for tm'lal ed before he shall go to Oyster 1
ie accused men. for the summner. His d'esire to fit
itate in every way poss5ible, the
ilils Man on Wedding Eve. gotiations Induced him to reconsi
istin, Tex., June 19.-Sidney Law- his original plan to go to Oyster ]
21 years of age. who was to have this week.
married, killed his brother-in-law, IAfter lisa visit to Worcester and i
ter' Bil s, 13 miles south of this lianmstown, Mass., where he will go
,Sund morning, and is now in attendl the commencement exerciset
here. As a result of bad blood be- olark university and WVilliams colkc
in Lawson and ilies, the latt'er . e will return to Washington, alr;
ad at Lawson's house And tried, it ing. here ilext Friday morning. It,
aid, to get him to come out and expected that if nothing unforest
t. Lawson finally cd~ne out with shall have occurred in tihe nwmantir
shotguns and began firing kiiling some dcfinite announcenment of
a almost instantly, then came to status of the negotiations may
tin and surredered. - made soon after his return.
There is a possibility, even, that
Denounced New Negro. Iselection of the plenipotentiaries
blanta, June 19.--That the negro both IRissia -and Japan mgy be
lawuless character, that he is im-~ noumced before tihe presideont leav
al and reckless; that lhe has respect tomorrow night for Massachusetts.
ier for the rights of man on eartih A finail dlecision as to the atd
the authority of God1 in heaven the conference having been reached
that he is a "'liar," if lie deiesC thme presirdecnt ini commoni vkith the
sharge, are some of the statements litical world is awaiting action of t
e by Rev. J. A. Davis, D.D., presid- helligerent nations as to their pea
telder of the Atlanta district, Afri-nvy. Wtthtprofhep
Meroini Episotl church.ur grami the president naturally h
il emni i ehlcuc. nothing to (do. When the selcctio
Policemen Kill Bad Negro. have been made the names of the e
mntgomery, Ala., June 19.-Polico v'oys of the respective governmen1
ers~ Oscar McDade and H. Tr. Will bem commulnicatedl to the presidem
and, special men on the night Ily him they will be communicated
,had a desperate encoutiter with the governments in interest and f<
nclh of tieves, one of whom may alally announced to the world.
a to be a white man, at daylight It is the hope here that the arrana
lay morning, and as a conslequtence mnents for the conference may proce
and is in the hospital with three with such facility as to avert a gem
Sis dead, shiot several times aften ei engagement in .Manchuria betwe4
tholes in hi mand one of the ne. the forces of oenerals Linovitch al
imselfwias lilt by Oficer Ragland. Ona h rcptteo r
er Gray's Sweet Powders for Ohidren atea h rsetsaeo h e
ifullhy used by Mother Gray. nmurse 1 in egtain wolbergredh
en's hlome in New York, Cure feveriaA shat i.unotnt erro u
piad Stomach, Tieothinmg Disorder, mnovo
wvel and destroy worms. Over 3,00 temifetasrrwihmgtip
iais. They never fall. At all druggitseiuyth goainsorhec
anipi free. Address Allen 8. Oimnste tusytengtatosfrtee
Zl.ference. Indeed, it Is helieved that
3 Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
W h'te Goods, Silks and Millinery.
All 7 1-2C White Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go at 7 1-2c.
All 16 2-3c Whitc Goods to go at T 2 1 -2C.
One lot 16 1-2c, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
One lot 35C Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Pino Crege, all shades, 25c anld 35c, to go at i 9c.
Big drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to quote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
Millinery G1oods Cut- ii Half.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
patronage in this department. As we have closed our
eyes to profit we give you the remnant stock at your
own price. We appreciate your business, cash or
credit, and will spare no pains to please you.
soime iuarters, that whaitever miight be General Synod of Lutherans.
the result of sueh a confliet, it would Pittsburg, Juno 19.-IThe fourth
aitrouse such bitterness that the lego- day's session of the general synod of
gations the status of which is now so (he Evangelical Lutheran church in
favorable would collapse. America ,convened today with devo
It can b1e sa11 Pident nosevelt 13 tional exercises. Notwithstanding the
giving no iteedl to irritating personal warm weather today all the 260 dele
em references to him which have appeared gates were in their seats. The 19th
in a part of the Russian press. i-fs biennial report of the board of church
conduct of the peace negotiations extension shows for the two years end
thus far has been as nearly directly as ing April 30, last, the total repelpts
1s, pdvible with the emiperors of the b-I were $145,194, an increase over 1903,
ligerent powers and1 th earr angemlents of $12,320. Thle total assets were $471,
an concluded represent their persongl89 Dungtebnnmffy-w
views as well as his own. h69 urchn were ienbyloan finty20w
dThe reference to the pr-esidlent by creceeied byios on amu 2a0se
- a imortnt t. etrsbrg ewsape !by the twenty-five synods in the past
40 a "bi'oker" is re-garded hier- as year was $69,772, which was $13,663
s~ost unhappy, although it is k nown in le than lhe apportionment.
hWashington that it does not reilect the.,
La- sentiments of the st. Petersburg gov- Portland Wants Conference.
sU- erment. Such comhbments see-eve, how- PtIaid r. ue1.Prln
ever, to accentuate the desire of the Ptplied fore.,e priune of.--old
president and( of the p~owers generally haippngo the goftpriietiol-*
to avert. if possible, another se101rious og thei metnd Jaafi thnisoty.i
oiL- engagement on the Manchurian batIle- ris ofussia and Jpesinthi Governo
iid- fhld, lest the1 conciliatory (-ffort s hr- In esages to Phmbrlaidn, ovOegnr
lay t ofore madte miay be rendlered~ fruit- lMo George ihambelaim, ofOrgn
cii- less through the utterances of b e Rut- tad, alled hergesillnts, ofe
ne. Bian press, backed, as they may bestthfattt Portland, aldtepeidets ate
ir with the power sof the war party ion to hfac hay ortweend ssi an
lay the emire11. aute alf a bten usi n
tof TO T HE PUBLIC !
dII. Endel's stockI is now in
I tihe hands of. the world's
G reatest IBargain1 Givers,
SThe New York Salvage Co.'
of This entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Gent's
n. Furnishing Goods, must be sold.:::::::
;Sale Starts Wednesday, June 14,.
'9 A. M. Sale Lasts 10 Days!
MU SIGC E ACH D AY!
Money Refuinded if you are
10 not per tectly lpleased with
your purchiase. : : ::::
lR. R. Fare paid on purchases of $:25.00' or over.
Watchi For The Big Red Sign,
ii. ENDEL'S STAND.
'nwOlbeClothinig Hiouse-120 S. Main Street.
UREENVILLE, S. C.
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