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w^clV*4*" ?<?. ? ?'"'? '"" ??''?'?' ?? .. ??' B... &tytTteftrbk? I ?*' InoUtH'Jn 48. <3t#AJEa Sp^<$^tiiv,,eiS "*r ,*-m ?_rc Utnvtiso Hmu#; ?ta -i; tori:*. J mil'<> ?n **rf V i til .i -??:? 5 ? E? li.' -V' **??? W - fcjSfSKteifiij I ,"oAl >,h'nJ?w? ??>??>>? ? m t ?g?$Hb? * "?"! hmJkIokm ?I .Ouw.aifc'to Forthi For four long years they m?rcli? . where waved xbe Stars and1 BA On a hundred flelda,on sea and a jggass^a., i /ielwJtalilHy r?l And newr-wint Eome tETt hrrifV be.ru of molten .jBof Tlier fiaad.eanli fto n~ret Si That ^draj?KtfHJA|L Chriiniji nine it Hokg." ~* " At lot the conflict ended And at pomattox tree It. The "Old Uommandep'*TO6s?iiV-a' El*ht Handred Dead.' Charleston S. C.,;Sept. 2. " he News and "Courier has made I ?!reful investigation ,of, the l\ "dltl0nof affairs on the coast 3 &rolina,*'~and flnds nhatTts :11 I10'18 have not been exaireer g ^ J The loss of life;, i. ?inBerufortcot -j i?rleston and J ?' 3rm sweptaway [J toes as well as* t $ ^f|gg 'w The loss of. ibte'"Ml JtrmnWv >o ^ndtobe^^Xst. ^ "??e. Ladies. -WaasOl^osaw, "f' D?wfskie and Daiban is^ ?j * These islh'nds together $ RoyalL'i8i^dil?v?\ ? IS! ar? a lives ss H wsaiai ?ut to 'mi \9?D. '' ' ?" "l-'ih mi t*teh 1 o*. ?M?r 1? *? ' ? '.i .aiio.iVAL.it.? ft JrtaStrous hurricane swept 11 the COQn^ryj/joSjk II J*0? Plond^'"ihV'^; S J States..: oyer 1,000: ?tt sd*efreIost?n?'imtti!hproiierty, ? iZ, Ted alon* ^e "line of ""Dado, ' 1 - -a* ll. aggregate ity. vBetween wannah the 13L, | , - I X1Y ^nator ftaYuJ 1 ' , 1 ? r ?v. M (JaUinger has intro - **" th^g_ <g??!?tabUrt$ city this iV'youngaiia about town, ?W?h liifed hy. all. .who^Jenaw SSMBSgS him and- found that he was in such a wrecked condition that she decided to have him brought wer'Awm freiprein 413b w|w| \ four o'clock yesterday afternoon and was immediately put'to bed tem'nx&f' Later he was given . ^?I?9PfierOSWpl?,<Mj?W He SfgmsmczsL quietly in bed and that every thing would be done for him. ? ?66St 6:45 Dr.' and T&tS&SUL j 'Idirt^room wh'erC 'he was lyin^. JDhejDoc wr.resumed .his work in tiie dental office and Mrs. Hall went into their nr asic store next door: It is supposed as soon as they left the room youne Hall jumped out of bed, went into an adjoining room and secured an 'bli 38 caliber revolyer, which was stored away in a wardrobe.^ He returned to bed, baredj liis| j .Breast,. pulled. the, covering-wall: up overhim,: pla^-the"revplveR i i nmiflwpf *?2Ma!? j against his breast and fired. None of the family- : 1 %r-'} 1,':;;_73i} ?. ^oundi^He^W^then the re ivolpef-f^VitSas had been done, xMbSM Death came in eight minut^pcU the suicide -never regained' c&n* ? ? SSsI ^ sciousness. B The ball entered the breast and'took a downward course and came out,tetween the spine and ghhnUttf blade* cidod thait no'iiaquest was aintiffs are the twoDetroli already named}3^fH$! Ulan,Hugh; W.. Dyer, - anc kV v ' jN ?r) ??? -c.? --' v.; W , fefeiVifi''" :iVr J-i I* ^.ciy/y ;> V ....V M 1u; r ? ? - --V Witt SM V' .r,i.yv: r.ir -, the Democratic majority oKSS'.v'