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THE CYCLONE IN CAROLINA.
Terrilde Destruction, AcCopanIled bYLoss
sf Lffe snd xvj=ry to Person, Wrought
in BSarnwelf and Lexington.
[Special to The State.]
BaxBEtG, May 3.-A cyclone ter
rible in its consequence passed over
Barnwell County to-day, and, as far as
can be learned, the only place it
touched was Springfield, a small station
on the Carolina Midland Railroad. So
far only one man is reported to have
been killed, John Willis. Jim Lee, a
negro, was thrown forty feet against a
tree and his back was broken; he will
The storm began about 12:30 p. m.,
when a small dark cloud appeared in
west, and in ten minutes a perfect gale
was blowing, which increated in fury
until It seemed that the whole town
*ould be rooted up and dashed to
pleees. Houses swayed to and fro so
that the occupants fled pel' mell iuto
the streets, panic-stricken, clinging to
each other in helpless terror, only to
be picked up by the angry winds and
pitched to the ground. There were
probably twenty or thirty people in
Jured, and many residences, and stores
were either completely or partially
Among the most serious casualties
reported were: Jim Lee, spine in
jured; E. Brooker, J. N. Brooker and
Miss Brooker, all seriously injured ; y.
C. C. Austin, probably fatally injured,
head fractured ; Mrs. A nstin and two
daughters, seriously but not fatally in
A great many people whose names
could not be obtained were bruised up.
Some have 'broken ribs, others with
broken legs, and nearly everybody who
took refuge in the streets was more or
J. C. C. Austin's handsome residence
wascompletely demolished. Mr. Brook
er's hoase was also destroyed, entrap
ping the entire family under the ruins.
They were rescued after the storm.
Springfield presents an awful and
gloomy appearance this evening. Par
ticulars are hard to obtain.
DAMAGED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.
BAMBERG, May ".-Later reports
show that the cyclone did great dam
gin Barnwell County to-4ay. On the
Stansell place, near Williston, one
house was blown down.
The next place struek was that of
Jerry Kitehings. The occupants had
barely time to escape with their lives,
when their house was cormpletely de
The cyclone next struck Mr. W. T.
Willis' place and destroyed the house
and several barns. Mr. Phillips' place
was also struck and two houses blown
to the ground. Three women were
caught in the debris and all injured.
On the place of R. 5- Wade, near
Elko, two houses were blown down.
Two houses and out buildings were de
molished on Dr. Bi-ooker's place.
The next place in the path of the
fearful cyclone was that of Capt. B. M.
Willis, near Williston. He lost two
houses and all of his barns, with con
The path of the cpclone was about
600 yards wIde, and was the most dis
astrous ever known in this county.
Much. damage was done to the crops,
THB STOEY FROM BLACKVILLE.
BLALCKVILLE, May 3.-A destructive
eylone swept thorough Springfield to
day. between the hours of 12 and 1
o'clock. The course of the storm, as
now reported, was from Elko towards
Springfield and on to Swansea, a town
on the South Bound Railroad. In the
vicinity of Springfield several houses
were completely demolished.
*Up to this hour there is only one
death reported-that of John Willis,
anold negro living on J. C. C. Austin's
place. Jim Lee, colored, was seriously
- Injured, his back being broken.
Ed Brooker, D)avid-Austin, J. C. C.
Austin, his wife and tw6 daughters
were seriously injured.,
The residence of Charles Phillips,
sme distance from Springfield, was
TERRTBUr WeBK OF THE CYCLONE IN
LEXINGTON AND EDGEFIELD.
BATESBUEG, May 3.-The section of
country about four miles below here
was visited by a terrible cyclone this
afternoon. The trees along its path were
* torn up, many houses unroofed and
some completely destroyed. Mrs. David
Clamp was instantly killed and her
husband and son were injured, Mrs.
Steele and some children near Sum
mit, wera badly hurt. The cyclone,
-which was about fifty yards in width,
was accompanied by a dense black
cloud, and filled the air with flying
-limbs and trees, and completely de
stroyed the orchards in its path.
At Summit, the barn and houses of
Mr. J. M. Shealy were blown down
and their conten ts scattered in every
direction. The telegraph wires *vere
stripped from the poles and tossed
across the railroad track, and pine
trees of all sizes were laid low.
DEVASTATION AROUND LEwIEDALE.
LEWIEDALE, May 3.-About half
past 12 o'clock to-day a destructive tor-j
nado passed about one and a half north
of here, blowing down houses and up
rooting and blowing down trees The
track of the tornado was abou 3001
yards wide. Mr. Jefferson Long's
buildings were all blown to pieces,
and some of the lumber and shingles
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were blown a mile. Mr. A. B. Tay
lor's buildings were all blown down,
but fortunately na one was seriously
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were also blown down, near Summit,
and some of his family were badly
THE DAY AFTER THE BLOW.
[Special to News and Courier.]
SPRINGFIELD, .Iay 4.-I have'made
the rounds of all the wounded and they
are doing well execpt J. C. Caustin and
Edd Brooker, who are suffering very
much from their injuries. The follow
is a list of the wounded:
Colored: Cornelia Jackson, Will
Baker, Calvin May, wife and five chil
dren, Jim Fulmer.
Whites: J. C. Caustin and threesons,
Nort Rrooker, Ed Brooker, D. T. Bolin,
wife and two children.
Will Baker lost his outbuildings and
bad a mule hurt. On Haskell's and
D. Sally's places the gin houses and
outbuildings were lost. Natban Brown,
on J. D. Jones' place, lost his outbuild
A VIEW OF THE TORNADO.
The cloud as it came up to my place
seemed to be half a mile high, funmel
shaped, and with volcanic eruptions.
Far above the cloud I could see large
imbs of trec'q, and several pieces of
ypress fonn the river swamp, two
miles distant, fell in my piazza. Some
imbs of poplar trees and swamp ber
ries fell in John Bowles' yard, ten
miles distant. Just in front of the
main cloud fell large drops of rain and
ail. -The weatber changed cool and
the wind blew a gale all the evening.
his mornTng it is cold enough for
DEATH TO THE CROPS.
The tornado killed all the crops in its
ath. Mr. N. Porter lost fifteen acres
f watermelons and great damage to
otton near this place.
Coroner Dukes appeared on the scene
and held an inquest on the dead body
f John *Willis, colored. The verdict
f the jury wass: "Death by cyclone."
he community have gone to work
aising funds and rebuilding the lost
ouses for the distressed.
The weather is cool and the sky clear,
with indicati6ns of frost to-night. Our
eople have recovered from their psnic
and all have gone to work.
A TORNADO STRIKES A NORTH CARO
LINA TOBACCO TOWN.
RALEIGH, N. C., May 4.-The tor
ado struck the town of Oxford at 5
'clock yesterday afternoon, destroy
ng considerable property. It took out
oth ends of the large Minor warehouse
and blew down a porton of Leach's
ivery stables. The wind struck the
tree-story prize house of W. J. Boy
in, completely wrecking it. Boykin
nd J. A. Long, with five hand',
scaped miraculously with a few
ruises. A three-story prize house
lose by was badly damaged.
The next building demolie hed was
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A seventeen-year-old colored boy,
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to work removing the debris and found
his body. The wind also blew down
the three-story brick tobacco factory,
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loss in machinery, and demolished the
three-stery prize house of Mrs. Lewis
Smith. The residence of Jack Lyon
was badly damaged. Near town a two
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The tornado crossed the Raleigh an('
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A CYCLONE IN OHIo.
WILMINGToq, OHio, May .5.-A cy
clone of terrific proportions struck this
beautiful city about 3 o'clock this after
noon. About noon threatening clouds
began together in the northwest. It
rained a little about 2 o'clock and gave
an appearance of clearing off for a few
minutes, when an ominous cloud again
appeared on the western horizon.
The cloud attracted little attention,
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cloud- come ~together just west of the
town and form a rapidly revolving
circular cloud which struck the town
on its western edge and travelled direct
ly eastward, taking in the business por
tion of the place and leaving its wake
strewn with debris of all kinds. Trees
were but as straws and few are left
Almost in the twinkling of an eye the
storm was over, and the half frantic
populace timidly emerged to find the,
streets filled with wrecked vehicles,
wires, roofs of all ki'nds and falling
buildings. The beautiful City Hall, late
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Cisco, Texaq, May 3.-About eight
hundred men are working, without
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out of chaos and provide shelter for
those rendered homeless by the recent
cyclone. They only ask that tools
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years, died last night from injuries re
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532pm . 11ea-m
550pm . Union......- 1127am
628pm . - pacolet.. 1044am
650pm Ar. .......Spartanburg-......Lv.102 m'
10 10pm Ar. Agphcviue-..Lv. 700a m
BErWEEN COL.rnrnrA, xEWvRRT CLDrZON AND
No.15. STATIONS. No.16.
1115am ....Co1umbia.... 6pm
2 00p...Newberry- 1209a'n
S04p .....Go1dvMe.. 10 Wam
3 M......Clinton- 10Mam
4 pmArIaurmnSL -950am
wEEM HODGES ANDRZU=
Ex SunNo. IL STATIONS. No. I Ex Sun
No. 45 Mized. AM0d &
9 00am 800 pm.LvH*dgeAr 20pm 8SEm
920Gmf32Dpm. . _pm 81lam
9Mam 33IpmLv LiipmSOam
CoNNECTIONS VIA SOH EOUND souT
Daly. Daiy. CENTRAL TIMF Dally. DEMY.
No. 39. NO. 9.No2.oi
n.m. a.M. a.m. pM.
1230 6 4 LV....Colub1aAr. 2 40 900
5 10 1145 Ar...SavanWah...Lv. A 400
Parlor Cars. between __'j
Trainsleave s mbrS. C, A A C. DM.
ion, Northbound. O m 348 m,400 p
(visw3buled Siied o nd -az,'
pmU37 am siue llek s
SW. N. C. Di 650pm s De
sonvMl, Ashevle and Hkot S,ns
Trains leave Greenv-e. S.C., A .- 0. D1".
pm,on. w a pm. & 22$pm.U JjIfl1l
Northoound,136 am,1215 P m;So D
ak 11 and 12 on C. and G. Divfdon,
and Trains 18 and 14 on the A. and S. DIvsion'
wi run solid to and from. Charleton over the
S. C. B. .
PULMAN ACAR SEEVICE.
PuUMMaSAeepetsou 13 and 14, between ia'
leston and Asbevile, via Wumbla and SpMtan
Pullmax Palace ,Car on Trains 9,10,
11 12,3 and38IA. CDivi5son.
A. TUiaM, S.3.E MA WIC
Gen'1 PMAgant, An5'tGen' mL AgL,
Washington, D.C. 02mta 3.
V. E. McBE SOL A' -
Gen' a8nperntendent, TramC M
Columb C Wash t
W. IL GREMi. Glen mg'-W4igoDC
Time Table In effeatMarch 12M, M;.
To Savannah and Florida viaCdoumba.
Read Down. Read Uv.
Eastern Time. sten 'me.
PM AM PM M A
1230 Lv Hot Springs,.C.Ar 5r
700n AstheVille- 1010
73 MSeyad .om" . -9is
812 Flat.Bock, "4 846
950am Laurena, "45
145pm Abbeville, S C - 3
1030am Clinton, "4 34 .s
1140 WalbauIa " 0
1216pm Seneca, " ' . -.
140 Anderson, " 44
102 Spartanburg " 660
11 17 UnIon. " 145
1200K Grednvll -' ' 4' -om
248m Greenwod " 23
425PM Newberry, " 1
513 1240 Alston, " 430'
--65- -130 Ar -Columbiar '.. LS-360
6 45 1288 Lv Col'
8 45 217 Denmark, " ~0
9 38 3 07 FaIrfax " 10 1
1145 5 20Ar Savannah, Ga.LIS45
130 800 Lv Savannah, "Ar211
336 10 33 Jesup, " A
500125 Waycoss " 1055
800 3Arackanvl Ar, 6250
ian Time. Wth os Cou"a Transu
with the 1annysem.n. always1 a3d
StaTmes forthbaan aofComia, ra ins us
Joh er.ia Time. Tr- a.As
Cloe cnneTLEn, a. Tavna. Aith.h
Ocan lamIe o'sN elegan tara for.
NetweeYCh histo a nd CuBostniUand
SouhthCrln andt Barlways an
Gta.i or andalln. Gis E s:d
EDWARD F. pt.W
Jo3 . LF..ChrA,Ta. P.A Ag
802 " Tenderso. "Se
94010 " ..utr......Asell... ' 75
1and Ar....olumba..Ln . etee
to3adCinon ...Cn....."33 -
8J 5 " EL......Atlanae. " -3
Nopl ndOdPin.V. amCl
S.. 61w l"et Charlestnm ". C.R5st
7 30 " TN.Calt...."93
-o3 N3 " E---Asteratme..... . 15.1
Daily Dal. partanb AISA 1~~y
10 730a " A al 30. m 7 -
i Eand n'Slidtm ewe
142a andClntoa8 C.ito -
H. p. EM Cn,At Gnass.Agent -
Norfol ad ol Poit a. and Cai0 .
elinep ao Charleston,y S.C.BC
Dily. aily aem'g Al t :DOpy.
S6 0m 7 35m C7Ahnste ar 71Sam
510pm 17 Monro ar ler
9 apm l ar lVAthen Nhm' 5
11(0pm 12 par lb1etn1v7 420m4
10n' j ar Abbeville lv 2
1112am 3. ar Cligho 19~ 1 2
120p ItCre ndrso 1I
55p farPewrry 'lv 12
730amSuter le 9 4mm
6 10p arChltano 6lv
*90p arDas 9o lv (l
120m n4 ar Chetmoe rDva
4 am 5 arC'Pblao'nr10v mm 1
6 30am 11 arNeCharlotlv 4 m*
l13am 'ar Whilam' 1v 0gpns
120pm L aNYokv 2l1~
2 am ar eldon lv 8U
5 ar lPorts'hly)
611am aWash'ton 1v
30amarl .Bana (b) IV 9mI
SneVa York,ePwYorpi. 3n
Tri3No.2 and 4' rtn slid 'wt
P 3im bufe lingon betweodn
10.,an aorChauv..rlens Nos.2m
-ary thru e.a between Cala. and
Ata .vm2jT5 mir
Jomo W1NDE~ Gen'~asgs~,
LW.i~. GlovEs, ~v, Pa~Ase%~q~eg~ -.
Padgett Pay the Right!
Inc hudred Qtdi F"Xial
malled free, Lf nntbun this
P .I wil you FUnVRz,
e Just as cheap as y a buy
in large iles, and pay the
rear a few U
A No. 7fia&top,Stove with
3 cooking atenas, deltvered to any
b~'ole Coo"n D'Alve wt
deoo ten , r p any
A line Of StvsIn
t"on. agent for
A nime Porlor S810A ~o1tt In
line of Parler Suits to seleet from.
bedsS uc -bsgaU
suit 9 plees; chairs have cane sats,
delivered anywhere or$220.
Other Sut oheasper and me
e5 yds.vof -d.wide Carpet for $7 SO.
1 pair Nottingham Lace Curtains,
2 chains, 2 hooks, 10 pins, al
A nice Window Shade, 7 ft. long, 3
ft. wide. on spring rollers,with fings
No frEight paid on Shades and Car
talus unless ordered in connectUOR
with other goods.
Send for Ca=ogue.*Addressn
L-. r. 'FiLnnr.T
805 Broad Street, Augusta,
"OLD RELIABLE LINE,'"
OuT CAROLINA RAILWAY.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN. Receiver.
Condensed Schedule. In effect November
hrough trains between Charleston and
Wahallavia s C. Railway and E. & D. E. R
NORTH No. 11 No. 31.
Lv Charleston 6 30 am 5-45 pm
Ar Summerville- 828 am 632pm
Ar Branchville 8 45 am 8 20 pm
Ar Orangeburg 919am 9 00 pm
Ar Columbia 1100 am 10 30 pm
Lv Columbia 1120 am
Ar Newberry 1257 pm
Ar Greenwood 2 37 pm
Ar Anderson 435pm
Ar seneca 6 00 6m
Lv Seneca 6 32 pm
Ar Walhalla 700pm
Ar Greenville 5 00 pm
SOUTH No 12 No. 20.
Lv Greenville 12 0(1 n'n
Lv Walhalla 1140 am
Ar Seneca 1210 pm.
Lv Seneca 1216 pm
Lv Anderson 115 pm
Lv Greenwood 258 pm
Lv Newberry 425 pm
Ar Columbia 605 pm
Lv Columbia 6 10 pm 8 00 am
Lv Orangeburg 7 43 pm 9 4. am
Lv Branchville 8Y5pm 10 3y am
Lv Summerville 9 47 pm 115U am
Ar Charleston 10 suPm 12 40P=
PAST EXPRESS B3ETWEEIT CIULRLESTON AND
- ASHEVILLE CAnRYING SLEEPE.
1201 pm Lv Charleston Ar 530 pm
340 pm Ar Columbia Ar 120pm
6 50 pm Ar Spartanburg Ar loZlaD
10O10pm-Ar Asheville Lv 700 pm
Lv Charleston 705 am 5645 pm
Lv Summerville 7 28am 6 32pm
Lv Branchville 9 00 am 8.0pm
Lv Denmark 9 41 am 9 00pm
Lv lackville 10 00 am 9 17pm
Lv Aiken 110*am 10 22pm
Ar Augusta 13150 am 11156pm
EAST No.26. No.41.
Lv Augusta 7456am 4 50pm
Lv Aiken 8 23 am 6 40pm
Lv Blackville 9286am 6 48 pm
-Ly Denmark.. .. 945am. -..01-pa-.
Lv Branchville - O 30 am -25 pm- M-..~
Lv Summerville 11 '2 am 947 pm
Ar Charleston 1140 am 1030 pm
6 50am Lv Charleston 'Arl10 30pm
9 00 am Lv Columbia. Ar 7456pm
10 10am Ar Kingsville Ar 655 pm
1130 am Ar Camden Lv 510 pm
CAEOLINA, CUMBERLAND) GAP AND
CHICAGO R AILR OAD.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNlDAY,
(South Carolina Railway.)
5 10 pm Lv Augusta Ar 9 15am
6 49pom Graniteville 915 am
7056pm Ar Alken Lv 90fram
(C, C. G. & C. E. E,)
715 p mLv Aiken Ar 845 am
8O00pm Trenton 8 00 am
8 15pm Ar Edgedeld Lv 7 45am
For further Information aply,to -
E.P. WARINWG. Gen ass. Ag't.
C. M. WARD, General anager.
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE AND coNNZZONs.
Through trains daily between Charleston
and Augusta, between Charleston and Co
lnmbia and between Columbia and Camden.
Through Sleepers daily between Charleston
andl Atlanta. Leve Charleston 550 p m, r
rive Atlanta 6 30 a m. Leave Atlanta 1115
p m, arrive Charleston 1 15 p nm. Pullman
Buffet Chlair Car daily between Charleston
and Columbia. Leave Charleston 651) a m,
arrive Columbia 10 55 a m. Leave Columbia
1)10 p m, arrive Charleston 10 30 p m.
CONNzCIoNs.-At Charleston with Clyde
Steamship Co for New Yr ona,Wed.
nesday and Friday. For Jcsnil,Mon
day, Thursday and Saturda. At Coubia
daily with E DBEREo andfo Washin
ton, New York and pints East and North.
At Columbla daly wthE& DRE (C &G D17)
to and from Greenville and Walhalla. At
Augusta daily with Ga E E, Central E B and
P E&W CREy. At Camdendaily wth C C
CREB, (through train to and from Marion,
N C, and Blacksburg,)
hedule in effect Sunday, Sept. 25th, 1892.
No.L.No.53. No.52.lNo. 2.
A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M.
5 37T 3 30.........Dover............ 1 25 '825
5 45 3 38......... Gold vile ......... 117 8 10
6 02 346...........Kinards........ I 08 756
6 12 3'22-.....Gary's Lane........ 102 7 48
6 22 4 00.......Jalapa............1255 7 31
645 416.........Newber..-...238 700
7 23 4 32...-...ropnt.........222 6 30
7 50 4 44............ Sigh .......209 607
8 02 4-49...Little MOntain...1204 557
865 13....Whit ltck.....l.1 513
9 10 5 19.....Balentine.........113 4 40
9 35 5 30.....Irmno.........-....1123 4 15
9 56 5.'19.......Leaphart.........1115 350
101 15 48...........saluda............1106 3 48
10 30 555 Ar...Columbia...Lv...l100 330
A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M
Nos. l and 2 local freight and passener.
J.RE.KENLY, W. G.CBILDS, C. 0.LIL,
Gen'l Manager. Supt.. Ass't Supt.
ilower &~ Bijimmn
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
.L formed a Law Partnership under
the name of Mower & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts.
Offices at Newberry and Prosperity,
S. C. GEO. S. MOWER.
FRANK L. BYNUM.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Thos. B. Hawkins, Administrator, and
others, vs. Malima Hawkins and
The creditors of the estate of Jacob
A., Hawkins, deceased, are hereby re
quired to render and establish their
several demands before the undersigned
at his office, on or before the fifteenth
day of May, 1893.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's office, 31st March, 1893.
NOTItM OF FINAL SETTLE1 T.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
..I will make a final settlement of
the estate of John B. Mazyck in the
office of Judge of Probate Court for
Newberry County on the-22nd day of
May, 1893, at 11 o'clock in the..forenoon,
and Immediately thereafter apply for
a discharge as administrator of said
N. B. MAZYCK,