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AN AUTOMOBILE TRAGEDY.
Man Interested in Burdick Murder Tragedy
Hurled to Instantaneous
Death.
Buffalo, N. Y., March 10.-More
terrible almost than the death of E.
T. Burdick, was the tragedy that oo
curred late this afternoon when Ar
thur R. Pennell, one of the chief
figures in the investigation of the
Burdick murder, was hurled head
long into eternity. Mr. Pennell was
riding in his electric automobile with
Mrs. Pennell. They were on Ken .
sitgton avenue near Fillmore r venue,
skimming along the edge of the Gehr
stone quarry, a huge rock ribbed
hole in the r'rounld. Mr. Pennell's
hat blew off. The automobile swery
ed and in some inexplicable manner
it leaped over the curb int.) the abyss
below. Pennell was killed instantly,
his head being crushed to an un
recognizable mass. Mrs. Pennel was
injured so badly that the surgeons
at the Sisters hospital, to which she
was taken, say her ehances for re
covery are very slight.
liecently Mr. Pennell made the
following statement: "About this
case of lhurdick, 1 have told the an
thorities I went to New York before
the mnrder and that 1 met Mrs
Burdick whiie I was away. In fact
1 saw her near New York two or
thret days before the murder. 1
have toll it fraikiy and the meeting
was a propor one. But they seem
to be tleternitod to drag all this
lisine-s in1 the I1aper- I w mnil do
an thin t sltop; it."
MRS. MNKINLET'S DEiVOTiON.
Flwe s .aid by ier 1aily on the Tomtb of
Her liistinguished Husband.
[Brook l ni Eagle.
Capt. lN'iI C. L'ng lon, 3d
tUnitedStiates infantry, tlie sol of tol
Loomis L. Langdon, of Brooklyn, is
in \\'"shington on leave of absence.
Capt. Langdon was recentiy station
ed at Columbus barracks, Ohio, a
short distance from Canton. \Vile
on duty here he frequently saw Mrs.
McKinley, and he reports that her
health is improving steadily. In
faet, her physisians have been u:uel.
snrpri. 'd at the vigor and stre::g L
tisilay b- the President's wl.i_;v.
Capt. Langdon says that Mrs. Me.
Kinley visits the tomb of her husba:.
oveary dasy, regularly observing ttas
aot of devotion to the memory of the
dead Presidetnt in t he fsce of the
worst kind of weat her. Th e reina ins
of t he late p residleunt bhavet nit vtt
lbeen laidl in their ranient rest ig
place, but repose in thle gteneral re
eoi ving vault tof t he Canton cemetery.
It freq uen t ly s hppins t hat t hitre art'
sevteral ithe tr b oiest ini the vaulit at
tt samte t iilie. Coinseqju tlIy t het
Giovernment'it min inta in s a cost ant
waitch over thet plae and' ut1Ihit k.'vs
ain army otieter. A .itahentit of
forty men01 is gu arttered near te v-ault
anid somxe of tht'um are alway-t lin
g,ua rd at thet fron it amnd back of thle
vanuIt. A Ilient enant is ini cha rge, and
wvhe tit ver t he vanlIt is to be't openetd
for anay purpostt w hat vter he is re
qm iired to h)o prtsent.
Every miornaing at It):30) o'clock
sharp Mrs. \lelKiley drives to the
vault, accompiijaniedn by a maid. Shet
btrin gs tlotwe'rs andl pi cts thlemn oni
t hoecasktet of her hu tsbanda . Noit a
single day has thus far passed withI
out this visit.
"That's Not My Negro."
W hen Seniator McLiau-rin, of M is
sissippi, wvas electetd for the first
tine ho was visited by a negro in
his district who wanted a job in the
governmenit printinag office at Washl
inagtonx. The new Senator kntew him
to be a good man, so he wrote to the
public prmnter, Mr. Bonoediot, asking
thamdt the mian hei appointed. He told
thme netgro to metet huirm in Washing
toni.
When Mr. McL4aurin arrived he
went. to Mr. Benmedict 's otlice to see
abouit another mat tr. The publ)1i('
piriniter wvas talking to a large and
imlposinlg looking nlegro. Hie turned
to greet the no0w Scnator and(, afte'r
exchianginig ai few wvords ith hitm,
said:
"'By the way, you wrote to mue re
c'ommendidg a negro for appioint
mnent, did you not ?"
Instantly it flashed uinto Mr. Mc
Laurinm's ind that the coloretd man
sitt,ing beside Mr. Benedict had in
some way obtained possession of his
man's introduction card, a,1 pal.e
hiyself off as the candidate. Point.
ing an aocusing ioger at the man
he said:
"Yes; but that's not my nigger!"
A. pauioetrioken look shot into
Mr. Benediot's face and he colored
violently. Leading Mr. Melaurin
aside by the buttonhole he whisper
ed in the Senators oar:
"Sh.h! Sh h! That's Congress
man Murry, of South Carolina!"
New York Times.
NO LEAP YIAR IN SEVEIN YEARS.
Unusual Event Will Not Occur Again For
200 Years.
It is very unusual but still it is a
fact that the comssplotion of the last
tuonth of February marks tht first
time in history for 100 years when
seven aneCOSSiv c" Februarys of only 2S
days have occurred, and it will be
200 years longer, or the year 2100.
The unusual eccurrence is due to
the workings of the rule of astronoi
ers for calculating leap years. The
rule by which the patsent or (1regor
ian calendar is calculated is as fol.
lows:
Every year divisible by four shall
be a leap year except the centuries
and those shall be leap years if they
are divisable by 400. According to
this rule the year 1900 was not a
leap year, and therefore the present
year, 1:'03. is the . ve:.: e{ s ,..
tivery ee.t r - . o.
r th e t- a : . _ .s
t111 f:"..? -. . . . ~ V.
Ar 2 ear- o Sufferi
Di1iness, Mr. W.iZScott.
s~~~ s,.h C-.
tea ir- e - v. av e ... "," - ". .
iay to tis evwhisk . v:,ram : r -
every e:.t :rr of !.1 -v ,a . _.
the fotra is t-v :lc: y e r.. nri
am har ofh a in.-- .. s
ha dl a l to wal.' . :n.idyn
Afiute . 'enrs thf blofd.eaisdg
[trng ndvigros, l tha Wt Scott thrw
DFFYe, S Ph Un dw,wrE-u
syt mta co tati hsidsae hc
soote "rve atL Tk hed bud
pro in.'t hoptlals I t a., hto sver
ltesto s h ity yer atlawy fo n
abso lutly prt a nd frefr m fse i
aind fordneru ti itv- gredients.
Pure Mraloflatie" ">ia uf'
arly iCpu 0 wal V. .al ug
Wis ey ger bs. Th S: i? seld lie niet
ofrf riese ting the rota, won-ut
ystely tha nol -I na-s e Ii''e Nwich
thonrly t nuoul thren -aut -ed a
nonafeareofsedisease
triiade- renMal "The Old i'h e .rihe
abl..l pures an re fo tase, onl
enough be did. It was to "take the
pledge and keep it." Later on he
sent 50 2-cent stamps to flnd out how
to raise turnips successfully. He
found cut---"Just take hold of the
tops and pull." Being young, he
wished to marry, and sent 34 1-cent
stamps to a Chicago firm for inform
ation as to how to make an impres
sion. When the answer came it road,
"Sit down on a pan of dough." It
was a little rough, but he was a pa
tient mnm, and thought he would yet
succeed. Next. advertisement he an.
swored read, "how to double your
montly in six months." He was told
to convertr his money into bills, fold
them and he would see his money
doubled. Next. he sent for twelve
useful household articles, and lie got
a package of needles. He was slow
to learn, so he sent a dollar to find
out how to get. rich-"Work like the
devil and never spend a cent." And
that stopped him, but his brother
wrote to find out how to write a let
ter without pen or ink. He wan told
to use a lead pencil. He paid $1 to
learn how to live without work, and
was told on a postal card to "tish for
snrkers as we do."
The Designer for April.
Ea_ster is iado the keynote of The
1)signor for April, not only in the
falhiont and uilinery, but in the
s. readiig matter atil illustra
.A tu,ig t he articles of especial
s: -Ts'!ter 1.ilts" by \\'aldon
u: nw hhtl/r Maids
Mt 'tart RtlSyth, and
'd t % Dr Sarah
. ..f+. : .. " :t : " 4 s :t'r
-. - :t'teitf. det+t u1,2 ';i
C CI-~ ts*i~ : : 1~tifc V'l,tlU
t "A .'! .\ ai
ti R_ ES' 3 ORED,ilt
ith CatrrL Wh :ic . Vs. .
tha lvig.Wa ude a dotr' :.a.
ataking all kn of. drg&r mre
eme,douhes C olutions Wicnhe etc.Th
loetor nearly blew my head away with a
powerful air pumpoi-medicated air, he
e;alled it. It did( absolutely nothing in my
ease*. I thbrew everything away-medicine,
Ir pump, douches-andi commenced on
I'uffy's Pure Mailt Whiskey. I felt better
freon the st art. I take one ounce with
water ibefore and after each meal and at
b,edtme, and ntow, after using four bottles,
I ean eat and dr-ink and sleep well, anti t
feeli bet tr to- day tihan I have for twenty
yers was r">posedI to all kinds of liquor
and used nor for twenty-flye years. I
use I euify 's as a medieine only, and shall
contilnue to tuse it as long as 1 live, if I
can ge-I it. I know it will keepi me alive,
alad may in time Improve my hearing. I
hope It will. Yours very sincerely,
W. SCOTT.
A LATER LETTER.
Decar Sir: I have inmproved some since
writinog you beefore, only occasional cough
l ery little discharge from nose. Fool-.
in g mtucht het- ter. MIy hearing is much im,
prove-I now; not so much roaring In my
heade since D uffy's has brought my blood
to ai lialtier condition and r.uotioni.
sieley y ourl'. W. SCOTT
Ma.rch 31 , 1901,
cured of Ca tarrah, Asthma, nron..
Sby huffy's Ptre Malt Whiskey, which
-stin, builds newv Iissues and kills the
44E
The genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiu
key Is
Sold at all Dispensaries,
or direct at $1.00 a hottle. Rlefuse imita
tiits antd subIst itutes, Itere is ntone just as
goodu as "D)uffys." It Is Ithe only whliskoy
recogntizedi by the Government as a mtedi
eite. Vatluabele snedical booklet sent free.
l)une Malt whIs,k.e. Company , . oc e
land," "Floriculture," "Etiquette
Hints," and the "Kitchen Kingdom"
are brimful of interesting and valua
ble suggestions. The subject of con
tirmiation toilettes is made a special
feature aside from the regular fash.
ion department, and "Points on
Dress making" and "Lessons in Mil.
linery" occupy their usual space.
Toledo, Ohio, was the scone of
much violence on Tuesday night,
caused by attacks of striking team
sters on non-union men. A request
waR made for the State militia.
"Don't Know
How I Got
Such a Cold"
Most of us have heard this ex
pression many times.
Did you ever notice that the
Don't know how I got it cold
is a bad one to get over? That
before v\",u are through with the
hoars< the cough, the "tight
feelin - general discomfort,
and of sorts sensations,
you a ) have another such
cold, a. -n until it hangs on
for weci.
These colds mean that your sys
tem is out of gear. They usually
precede serious diseases like con.
sumption, bronchitis. They are
dangerous.
We have found a remedy for all
sorts of colds, coughs, that is not
a so-called cough-cure. It does
not stupefy with opium, nor fill
the system with vicious drugs.
It is Vinol. We are perfectly
willing to tell any inquirers at our
store what it is made of and how
we came to take hold of it.
It certainly does the work. Old
:ghs go off like magic. It even
: Feves people far gone in con
sumption. People right in town
have proved it. We sell it subject
t.; pas.: tee - money back if it
desn't ^elp you. Isn't it foolish
to zt the rnatter off ?
W Peliha & Soi
ORUCCISTS.
VIA
ILLO01S CENTRAL
RAI LROAD.
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TO THE
WEST, NORTHWEST
CALIFORNIA.
2''.'YENC!'G FEBRUARY 15.
E .NG APR:L 30.
Free Chair Cars Unien Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
F: ----..-pamphlets,
FRED 0. MILLER,
T-3.in.Agen1t.
- i:' E4.. Atanta, Ga.
CURSE
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
Nr, tast.:. r. (:an be given in
glas of water. -.--a. or corfe-e without
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or
destroy the diseased appetite for alco
holic stimulants, whether the patient is
a confirmed inebriate, a ''tipplIer,'' so
eial drinker or dIrunkard. Im possible
for anyone to have an app~etite for alco
holic hiquors after using White Ribbon
Remedy.
Indlorsed by Members of W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Moore, press sup)erintendlent of
\Voman's Christian Tlempierance Union,
Ventura, California, writes: ''I have
testedl White Ribbon Remedy on very
obstinate drunkards, and the cures have
been many. In many cases the Remedy
was given secret.ly. I cheerfully recoin
mend and indlorse White Ribbon Reme-.
dly. Members of our Union are deC
lighted to find an economical treatment
to aid us in our temperance work.''
D)ruggists or by mail, $1. Trial pack
age free by writmng Mrs. A. M. Town
sendI (for years secretary of a Woman's
Christian Temperance Union), 21 8 T1re
mont St., Boston, Mass. Sold in New
berry by Gilder & Weeks.
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Norfolk and Stean
Nashville, Memph
Louis, Chicago, Ne
Points South and South
and Jacksonville and
and Cuba.
PosITrivELY THE SHOF
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1irFor detailed informatior
man reservations, etc., appl
board Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, Columbia
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nd NEW YORK.
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ute to all Eastern Cities
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is, Louisville, St.
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e unexcelled for-luxury
vith the latest Pullman
toroughfare Cars.
Ilaps or any.informa-.
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Wllmivngton N. C.
BLUE RIDGE RAILNOAD
U. 0. BEA TIS, Aeeoir,
in EQeot June.8 --0W,
bsetween Anderson a>d Walhalla.
BABTBOULiD. WS&/'O!ND
ARRIVE. LRAVE.
Mixed. Mixd
No.9. No.12 Stations. Nod I I1..,
P.M. AM P., AiMs
8 10 9 55...............elton......,......, 0 10
24 9 88........Anderson F. D....... 8 40 1110
2 45 980.,...... Anderson P.D......... 8 4. N1
........ 925 ........West Anderson...... 8 49 ........
...f... 9 ..............Denver.............. 8.6 .......
........ 9( .......... .Autun ............ 4 08 ........
...... 85 ............Pendleton ........,. 4 11 .
. 84 7.... ... .Cherry............... 4 18 .
S844. .Adams............ 4 1 .,.......
.... .. 8 28 ...Jo dania Juiet,.., ... 4 88 ........
........ 8 25 ............... 'oneoa.. ......,.... 4I ......,..
825. 4 40
--...... 8 08........ .W s Un o ..,., 4 ...
. 8 0 . .. W a la n .......... 6 04 ........
800.._.Walhalia . 604...
Al regular tr 1insfroT Bolton.to Wit ia,
bave precedence over trains of a.me.olas..
n ovint in the opposite direettof unless oth
e wise speelfed 1y train order.
Will a,.o stop at the following stations,to
take on and let of passengers: Phinney'a
James and Sand Springs.
J. It. A NDj k4UN. 8uperintendeut
Charleston andt-WestoruiCaroina "Rw Co,
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Soilednla in Effect July 6, 1905.
Leave Augusta....... ........ 0 10 a m 266 p m
Arrive Greenwood.......... 12 44 p m .
Anderson ........ ......... 7 l0p i
Laurens.............. 1 46 p i 10 80 aan
Waterloo %H. 8.)... 1 12 pm .............
Greenville............12 22 pm 9 80 a1L
Glenn Springs...... 4 45 n ..............
Spartanburg......... 3 0p m 9 00 a m
8aluda..... .... 5 8p m ............
( Hendersonville..... i 08 p m ....
Asheville.. ..... 15 p m ............
Ienvo;Asheville....... 7 05pm ..........
Sartanburg .........12 0ka m 8 80 p.m
Gleun SpriL.gs......10 00 a m ....
Greenville ..... ......12 15 p m I 4 .
Laurens.. ...... 2 05 p m 630 m
Arrive Waterloo (H. 1.)... 2 88 p m
Greerwood....'''''''. 2 51 pm 74' p
..a..v Anderso . . ...... 7 2am
August.a................. 6 20 p m 11 86 a.m
I.'..wt Coun bia:...------ 11 20 am
Newberry...----.----.- 18 42 pm
U!inton * 25
Arrive Orcenvil ....5 pm
Spartanburg ......,, 8 80 pm
Gtonn Springs-----. 4 00 pm
Leuvo Gloun Spilngs----- 1000 am
Spartan mrg.......-- 12 0t-pm
U reenvill -............ 1g 1 p
Arrivo Clinton......----.... 222 pm
Newberry..,.......... 808
Colu.i bin.---..-------4 80
Fastest and iiest Line between Newberry
and Ure.nville. 8. arlan.burg and Gena
Sprligs:
'oi.nnectio - s from Newbe ry via Colunbia
%,t-whr ry and Lture'ns ltailway.
ForiY infiit-Inn wr to.
RNk a- W., 1~12C.g' Pas.. Agi
Au.uasa da.
T. b. - : TI afll' ' an, ye r.
(E . t. 1 . Stantda'd 1 t. )
Sent" benne. NortU.houud.
ech' dIi e in I..11tt Aug tigt 2!t1h i'i.
3'I A'l)0S
8 40 aim Lv Atltinia (N A.I.) Ar. 8 r. pu
i . 1 .%litiis 0 19 Ia1-.L
inst iIlbn.rtnt - b I I p.,
S1tit A bh.vil e 4 ) 1 ,1
1:11 tlrorl.,wenitl 3 w' ei.l
1.1l A' tllinti.r ('tn1) I.y. 1 C. ptilj
S. .n 1 Oli. Ipl ri aitd Ar 4 i'i, j.ln
U. 1-n bpar.a "iubur, Ia l
2 1 UI GreenvVle . 5 6 pal
(Harris Springs)
1 12 pm Waterloo -86 pm
S42 b ^r Laurens (Din'r) Lv s 17 pm
f3 52
1'M. .
202 Lv Laurens Ar 150
2(9 " Parks Ar 1 42
222 Clinton.. I80
2 84 Goldville 1 17
2 43 ..Kinard.. 1 10
2 49 ...Glary ... 1 06
264 ..Jalapa.. 100
3 10 Newberry 1246
8 24 Prosperity 12 82
8 34 ....Sighs.... 1228
339 Lt Mountain 1319
AM.
8 61 ...Chapin.,. 12 00
357 Hilton 1202.
4 01 White Roek 11 69
4 07 Ballentine 11 64
4 17 ......Irmo..... 11 40
4 21 ..Leaphar.. n 40
4 45 ArOolumsbiaLv 1120
pm am
4 65 LyColumbia (A.o.L.)Ar 11130
6 20 Sumter 9 50
9O20 Ar Charleston Lv 7 00
Trains 53 and 62 arrive and depart from
ne0w union depot..
TraIns 22 an d 85 from A. C. L. freight depot
West Georvals street,
For Rates, Time Tables, or further informa
(ion call on any Agent, or write to
W. (1. CHDS T. t. BMRON,r
J1. F. LIVINGSTON, H. M. EMER80
8ot. Agt- (Gen'l Frt. & Pass A&gt.
CoInmabla. n. ('- Wilmington. N. (1'
ATLApITIC COAST LINE !
ONDECNBED SOHEDIu.
WJLLZrIoTON, N. C., July 21st, i%g,
Throus hi Trains Charleston to Greenville
No.62 No2,
7.00 a.......Charleton, 8.0....r 930pm
8.35 am...Lv...Lanes..............Ar 0.90 pm
0.540 am..v....Sumter...........Ar 4665pm
11.10 am..r.....olumbia.L....v 38.5pm
12.29 am..r.. rosperity.L....v v.24 pm
12.42 pm..r.... .ewberry.......v 0.10 pm
1.26 pm...Ar.....Clinton......Lv l.SSpm
1.47 pm..Ar.....urns........v 2.10 pm
3.26 pm..r.....reenville......v 12.22 pm
3.80 m..r...partan burg L....v 1 216 pm
FROM COLUMBIA 8. d.
No. 5 Arrive Suimter 0.16 pm; Georgetown
Da iy 9.15 p ur ; Florence 7.509 i; DarlIvg-on
4.5 8.25 p ii ;Hieriasyle 9.0 P z ; Bennett..
PMa v illo9.871 1 m;(ibson 10.80 pm.a- ette
villeO:.2 p m; Wi' mington I . pr -
lleeky M4 unt l.J.45 a n;wedn.as'
l'etersb i g 3. 8 a ur ; iohrond'4. 12 am;
___Wshxin on 7.M am ;New York L58 pm.
No. 641 Arriv. Eur ter8.20an :Florence 9.85
gail an ; Da'alngton 1'.80 am; Oherawll1.45
.5 i m; WV desboio 2 10 pn - Hartevil:.
A M ll.20am W arion I'.53 an ; WVilmington
I 40Opm irayttevlfe 12-35 p80; Rocky
M ount 3.50 pm ; W eldon 4,.58 pm; -Pa
t rsburg 6.44 pm; Ricohmor -d 1.41 jIm
Washilugton 1.40 pm; New York 7.1i am
PillianfHleoping Cfars Newr York toTampa.
Pullman Dining Cars New York to Savannab.
F"or rates, schedult-s, ete write -
W. .J. C.alg, G2en. Pass. Ast., WiIlnington
N C.
T. M4. Emerson, Trafile Manager, W1ltning,
ton, N. C.
H . M4. Emerson, Asa't Trafito Manager, Wit
mi ington, N. C.
- W HISK EY
ALL F' AL
K I N 0 S 2. PURPOSES.
"Special Br'and" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.25
"Popular Log" Corn Whiskey. .1.50
''Popular Log,'' Old, Smooth,
Mellow.-.-.. .. .. .. ..... 2.00
"Private Stock," 4-qt. case .. . 2.50
"Private Stock," 12-qt. case ,, 7.00
"Hunting Creek " Rye 12-qt. case 7.00
"0O(1 Hunting Creek' Rye 12-qt.
case.. .. .. . .... . .....10.00
Apple Brandy .. .. . ... .. ..2.50
Charge of 25c. for 1-gal., 35c. for
2-gal., andl 45c. for 3-gal, jugs, and 75c.
r'or 4 1-2-gal. kegs; when returned pre
panid, they will be taken back at cost.
NJ. C. SOMERS & CO., Ols.,
STATESVILLE, North Carolina.
.l 81U5~ users of mnorphin.,
b* Ularge boek oflpar
[ ~ tienlara on home or
AND * Lt.
WhisksureK700

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