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VOXXI MANNING, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1907.
TWO SAD DEATHS CITY WIPED OUT In Mxc yaSde n e Two Young Men Go To a Watery Mexico by a Sudden and De Grave While Fishing. structive Earthquake. It is Reported That Five Hundred THE BODIES FOUND. People Were Killed by the Terribl, Disaster. A dispatch , from Chilpancingo, They .isit Their Trout Line on the Mexico, says that city has been com min a Bateau, and-Not Return- pletely destroyed by one of the most serious earthquakes that has ever ing, Causes Alarm and Leads to a visited that section. Up to Monday evening the known dead number 11, Search, 'Which Results in the Find- and the badly injured seven. ingA panic prevails everywhere and ing f te Boiesof te To people are fleeing to the open coun Young Men. try. The earth continues to rock at half hour intervals, and many minor Early -Thursday morning the news shocks completed the work of de was received in Anderson of the struction. All telegraphic communication to drowning of J. C. Walker and John the outside world ceased shortly after Dickson, which occurred at 2 o'clock 31:50 o'clock Monday night. when that morning on the -ond of the Bel- the first shock was felt. The tele ton Power Company, six - and a half graph operators have installed tem t pcrary quarters in an open square. miles from Belton, on the Saluda Ri- The town of Chirapa, 12 kilomet ver. Both of these young gentlemen ers to the northeastward, has also were well known in Anderson, as it been 'destroyed. .s yet no details was their former home. have been received as to' the number It seems that the two men set out of dead and wounded, but it is feared trout lines across the -pond Wednes- that the number will be large. day evening, and at two o'clock last Both the volcanoes of Colima and Thursday morning they were in a Jorullo are in this region and the batteau visiting the lines, when the people fear that the recent eruption batteau capsized for some unknown of the earth may cause these moun reason. tains to become more active and to As neither of the gentlemen re- destroy much property and many turned to their home in time to go lives. to wcrk Thursday morning, a search A dispatch from the City of Mex for taem was made. The lifeless ico says the National Bank of Mexico body of Mr. Walker was found on one has received a telegram saying that of the hooks of the. trout line. The 500 lives were lost la the destruction body of Mr. Dickson was found about of Chilpancingo and Chilapa. The noon about 40 feet below where, the telegram adds that both cities were - boat turned over. ' completely destroyed. In govern Mr. Walker and Mr. Dickson were mental circles the report is not cred brothers-in-law. They were electri- ited. cal engineers and were in charge of It is admitted that both cities were the, power house at the dam. They severely damaged, but it is not had been connected with the com- thought that the death list will even pany only a short time. Both were approximate 500 owing to the fact about twenty-five years of age. that the houses are massive affairs, Mr. Walker worked at the sub-sta- built of stone in order to resist earth tion of the Anderson Power Com- quake shocks. pany four or five years. He left his The government of the state of position there about 'five months ago. Guerrero-has dispatched military en He went down on the Laurens road gineers and troops to the destroyed of the Charleston and Western Car- district and the work of rescue and olina Railroad and from there he sanitation Is being carried on in a went to work at the Belton dam. He systematic way. married Miss Bessie Dickson, the sis- A dispatch from the City of Mexi ter of John Dickson and the daugh- co on Monday night says heavy earth ter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Dick- quake shocks continued on the west son, who are now. residents of Ander- coast until 4 o'clock Monday morn son. His wife survives him. Ing. At that date news from the Mr. Dickson worked at the sub- area of greatest destruction shows station with Mr. Walker two years. that the'devastation was greater than He left the services of the Anderson at first supposed. Water. Light and Power Company Besides the destruction of Chilpan last February. when he moved his icingo and Chilapa, it is now report family to the Belton-power dam. Mr. ed that Tixtla, between these two Dickson married Miss Rossie Kay, cities, containing about the same pop who, with a child of two years and ulation as Chilpanicingo, was also a child of one week,* survive 'him. leveled. The mother, father, sister and Messengers from the coast who brother of Mr. Dickson went to the have reached Chilpanicingo say that scene of the horrible accident Wed- the towns of Ayutlo and Ometepec nesday morning. The bodies of the bave been destroyed and that the loss men were carried to Anderson where of life Is very heavy. It will be sev the interment took place.' eral days before full porticulars will be received. MATz3MONIAL SWTNDLE. BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS Victim of His Desire to Wed a Titled Oeo h rulsSalCute Have to Contend With. Th retof Johmanniedler, a According to a letter containing tradesman, ofHrantd nTa-much vigorous language, Governor sylvania,' and his wife has revealed a Ansel received Thursday from Mr. W. bare-faced swindle, practiced on a N. Faulling publisher of the Echo simple minded but welthy land owner and Press at Monck's Corner, in Ber of Roumanian nationality named heley county, somebody has been Konstantan Brateanu. tampering with the court schedule in 'Fiedler learning that it was Brat- that neck of the woods for the pur eanu's ambition -to marry a lady of pose of securing delay in the trial of title introduced hidii to Frau Fiedler a number of criminal cases. -who posed as 'the Baroness Ida Kun Mr. Faulling encloses an editorial who was unmarried and possessed of clipping from his paper, which cries $100,000. in her own right. - out against "the shame that has been Frau Fiedler -played her part with practicsd againg the people of Berke complete success, and on the day of ley county." He says that for some her betrothal her husband received reason, which he is unble to explain $15,000, as'a commission. Fiedlecr but on which Senator Haynes of the next offered to obtain for Brateanu county may be able to throw some the title of Baron from the Hungar- light, the February term of court was ian Government for another $5,000, passed up altogether, although the and this too, the simple landowner criminal docket was the heaviest in paid. the history of the county. five murder Then Fiedler and his wife vanish- cases awaiting trial now. ed and Bratean realized for the And according to the new court frst time he had been victimized. ? schedule for Berkeley, which was provided for in the last Legislature. TRAFFIC IN WIES there will be no more regular terms Still next September, which will be 12 Sai tobe uit a raciceAmo g onths from the last term. Mr. Saidto e Qitea Prctie AongFaulling says the chief justice has French Peasants. . signed an order for a special term to be held this month, but he wants the The court of the Haute Loire at governor to look into the situation Paris has before it a case brought by generally. a peasant who claims $600 damages In the editorial clipping some from another peasant for the nonful- judge. whose name is not called, is fillment of a contract for the sale of severely scored for enquirimg when his wife. . the next train left Monck's Corner The man who brought the action soon as he landed in town. The edi bargained to buy the wife of a neigha tor says that the next Judge, who bor for $600. When the woman came to hold court there should have heard of the transaction she not only :he fact impressed upon his mind refused to leave her husband's house that Berkeley is a part of the State. but told the two men strongly what WSAMDMN she thought of them.. WA. ~)MN 'The bouyer was furious at not be ing able to obtain the execution of a CapCakRltsa nieta contract duly drawn up and signed CapCakRltsa nieta and he determined to seek legal re- Gridiron D~inner. dressis stated that the sale and pmr- Champ Clark of Missouri made a~ chases of wives have taken place speech at Des Moines the other eve several times during recent years. aing in the course of which he said t~hat the half had not been told of the HE GETS BIG PAY- incidents at the Gridiron dinner at which Foraker and Roosevelt slashed John Hays Hammond Highest Paid at eaha soter. ite a ro h Man in the World. President," he said, "and say. I have seen six men meet violent death at John Ha:ys Hammond, the mining different times, but I never saw a enineer of New York, receives a sal- madder man than Roosevelt was at ary ggrgatng 800000a yar.that time in my whole life." ary ggrgatng 800000a yar. "If,' he continued. "we compel the which is more money than any other Harriman-Bliss-Odel gang to tell the man ever received for his personal truth about the campaign contribu sries. Men make millions on in- tions, we would sweep the country. secnts or by manipulations of If we had a district attorney in New secltons but Hammond is the York that was worth powder and onlyulaninsthe world who is paid so lead to blow him to hell, Sing Sing onely ma million dollars a year for would be so full oL those thelving R'e pressinaly dice publican bosses that their arms and prommsond ads the greatest soldier legs would be sticking out of the of fortune or modern times. perhaps windows." of all times. and was the model fromKildHsSn hich Richard Harding Davis drewKildHso. hi heo-n "Soilders of Fortune." At Gadsden, Ala., 0. P. Dodson, a hes orn in San Francisco fifty- telegraph operator, shot and killed two yas go and graduated from his three-year-old son Thursday while the yheard aScintific School' of Yale. in a demented condition, and at the Durin Shis -ohod in California he same time tried to kill his wife. He herdnd hiseboyho o' nothing but escaped to the woods, but was lated hearld fo t e etern coast was gold captured by aid of dogs. mad during this period. Killed by Cigarettes. Convict Killed.CaesJnseihesoofL In an attempt to escape from the M oeapoietpatro penitentiary at Raliegh, N. C., Thurs-t~~vle ~. ne i lf tno day by three young convicts, one of IFia ysotn isl hog them, C. L. Scruggs. was killed andth erwihasogn Itssa the others. Jack Williams and Dodd e htteyugmnsmn a Wilso, wee reaptued, th unobedly afprmetfo cgaeteo thguaaritd.sotu. t sstt WHOLE WORLD POISON PLOT Was In the Throes of Hugh Earth- May Kill Three Little Children quake Last Week. in the City of Chicago Father and Mother Slain. All the S Victims Suddenly Ill After Eating Oatmeal. . . -- The Series Has Been Most General Three of the surviving members d .r of the ill-fated Mette family, of No. and Severe in History and Were 2849 North Harding avenue, are dy Accompanied By Darkness, Light- ing at the Swedish Hospital, 'Bow ning Storms and the Stifling Odor manville, Chicago, as a result of a Brning Ssecond poison plot discovered Thurs Sulphur. Authorities Try- day by the Irving Park Authorities, ing to Suppress Real Loss of Life. in the poison mystery that has al Dispatches received from four con- ready resulted in the death of Mr. tinents indicated that the whole and Mrs. Frank Mette, father and tinets idicaed hat he wolemother of the latest victims. world has been in the throes of a re- One member only of the family markable series of earthquakes. which consisted of father mother More than 1,000 lives have been and four children, is now in danger loss in Merico and many towns have of death. This is Mrs. Mary Sladek, earth. the married daughter, who is now at Violent earthquakes are reported Dunning being examined for her san in the Russian trans-Caspian terr ity inotheiRusiain StrnSpa in i- The names of the victims of what tory in Asia; in Southern Spain,i the police believe to be a new attempt Tyrol and throughout T'irkey and to exterminate the entire Mette fam Syria. The startling eruption of a ily are: Joseph Mette, nineteen; volcano in Chile is accompanied by Rl ph Mette n'nFrann darkness, lightning, storms and the Rudolph Mette, thirteen; Frank stifling odor of burning sulphur. Mette, Jr., ten. All of the victims A dispatch from El Paso, Texas, became suddenly ill Thursday after says more than a thousand persons eating oatmeal for breakfast. were killed in the earthquake which The boys were unconscious when devastated the territory southwest the policeman arrived and placed of Mexico City. them in the ambulance. It was dis The list of dead may be increased covered there was no room for the greatly, according to late dispatches victims in Dunning Hospital. The received Friday from the affected police took them on to the Swedish country. New volcanoes have brok- Hospital in Bowmanville, the institu en out and the burning lava has set tion where their father died. fire to the forests and people and live . "The condition of the three boys stock are fleeing for their lives. is so serious that they are likely to Scores of towns lying between Mex- die at any time," said Captain Hain ico City and the Pacific ocean have es. "One of them will not recover been wiped out by the earthquakes and there is little chance for the In many instances the earth opened others." and in the great chasms thus formed, Lieutenant Collins, of the Irving swallowed whole villiges. ' Park police station, detailed a dozen The greatest damage done be- policemen and detectives on the case. tween the City of vexico and the Col- . quantity of the oatmeal found on inia volcano, which seemed to be the the table was given to a cat, which starting point of the disturbance. Co- at once was thrown into spasms. The lima is now in violent eruption, the police are now certain that food In nost severe in the history of Mexico, the house is impregnated with poi and no estimate can now be placed son. on the extent of the damage done or Mrs. Mary Sladek, who was taken yet to be done. to Dunning Hospital, was again ex One of the most alarming featurpe amined for the "third degree." is the indication that there !%as been Coupled with this renewal of ac a large loss of life in the City of Mex- tivity by the police came the report ico, a fact which the authorities are that Emil Sladek, husband of Mrs. trying to suppress. Efforts to com- Mary Sladek is about to bring suit municate with the authorities have for divorce, having left her and gone failed, but privat advices to com- to Los Angeles. mercial houses- say that the loss of The police say the woman was on life has been heavy, but that no an- the verge of a breakdown and a con nouncement would be made by the fession was expected momentarily. officials. The Coroner says the woman is not Messages received at the town of insane. Jaurez, in Mexico, just across the MILLION DOLLARS ASKED river from El Paso, say that when all of the dead in the scores of towns and villiages to the southwest have As a Ransom for the Little Stolen been enumerated, tne list of dead will far exceed 1.000. Marvin Boy. This series of earthquakes was the most severe in the history of the A dispatch from Dover. Del., says country. Not only did the disturbance one million dollars is the ransom extend from Mexico City to Colima,ase foliteHrc Mrvnb but there was a great disturbance on avtr noeo ooefo the bottom of the gulf of Mexico. Fishing boats returning from thewhmD.Mrireivdalte red snapped banks report that theyThrdymnig were overtaken by most remarkable Atnesyheashecidn storms in which cross tides attacked them, water spouts appeared, and hscsoy n fa detsmn great columns of steam shot from theiSnsreinaNwYkpprtl ocean. Several of these boats wereinwhrD.Mavn ilmeti, made so hot by the steam froin the h ildlvrtebb.O h sea that ice which their fish werebakoAnnesltraaigbac packed with, was melted. All of the railroad lines in thehadwsrwn southern and western part of Mexico, D.Mri eevdaottit have been practically destroyed. InletrThsdymnigfo al scores of places the roadbed was car- prso h onr.Ms fte red completely away. fee odlne h rtr x This has interfered greatly with pesn h eifta h hl the execution of the government'sde.OnwrtrsgsedhaD. measures of relief. The bishop of Mri detc nteppr f1 Chilapa telegraphs that the destruc-lagsciesothcunr.Ce tion of Chilapa was almost complete.ladwsuercedevaltm. that in many instances whole fami- D.Mri adh ol dets lies were killed and that the need of i l h lvln aes relief was urgent. D.Mri a nomdTusa The tidal wave which swept overmongththePkrondtc the town of Acapulo did great dam- tvs h a enwrigo h age. The tigal waze led two mete- cssnetecidwsrpre rologists to believe that the earth-misnhdwtra . quake was of world-wide dimensions. Thditaedfhrwasuri MALa CARRIER ThrsaymrnnSby teEDpr -thsa Raso aby hbee Litl dtoed ~V. . 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Loviggod barsa god epua-missing, theadmwitdrwn.fetwilb io. ad h ben ailcarierbe- Tueo ditrated revier las hurlied twen te pstofic an th vaiou sitoned roJmteptow Hoeer Thursday givenigb the opotniytrer transfo seerlear. hiisth bth fles, aby hd benfy n deatent irt tme hatan supicon s ive h decidser thlae inr t gover W.ow L. hoinggand theare maymWithdn n xcepouto who doenotTbelreverthatvhe is guilty ofsnga the Ohrge rg ostom f-b oe fteLn sadFet e wante torrothe milsda he acwar- WillaB Adira tEvanse wui he nco ant wornoutmanPdtoffcetIspecormpston.fet hc have. dovng. chredu t cutting mi ilcnito 6wrvses hr are as hae the iln and o the andwilte 1av fistass andr ne second rains. ant is hunrsoo thtsev- clmassbtlesarrypo wershsas tht nigcht. whichgo wasntainledr and ismonfth otainiae onl the atte .her ou l otmatere ebstereortow xosto t cthe mattofer as soon wsmg discver she agetfeesve.rviul ihehabentmeewth asebeune the commandrofuone Gih otfic efauhoris el ash Unitor ofte Aa Churcer a that nter aofrm hous Isxmerwihwsrvswdb rsdn rvin ofsineaur theora wher Asdno Rosvl in LnIanSteptebe known. watfivienyer old iserl was 19e. .Cfepso fa olone wethe aneya valdal machild.JmAfia chh Jatesn N.ggregatio Ellott takero. tetpoes to kil aretdFiafightin e onts chargeo the facts will aoubtfes whchme car-ieeqta of unaflymryinsAthr Jones, at threiminarylhearingwhch numbloed, and Domral Hitcehck, ite.il reatied acoss thrilo26 ahehe heuning fywshel forg thessl gran juri ahelet gunhevrain it t Eliotwo.h dsay the $500.ow Feet Hihcock jumpegd trous a inowo reputa-perioftr o the irl, and fArthu tranhs fredea byeaveTi girl tE Jonhfes, or hmthe a arret throwas ongiven an haigadhlere arraaymetbieda Teac peaddct wor tral guilteeththei uit y od sordteLyn acs.adFet SAFE AND SANE. THE OLD VETS Harmon of Ohio is Suggested as Program of the Reunion to Be Such a Candidate. Held in Columbia Some Are Of the Opinion, However, WILL HAVE BIG TIME. That He Is Too Safe and Sane to Win. Zacii McGhee, the Washington cor- The Sponsors Are Provided For. respondent of the State says the con- They Will Be Given a Reception servative Democracy has fixed upon a candidate for the presidency, so the and a Ball. In Most of the Events, tale goes in Washing ton. It is Judson However, Place of Honor Has Been Harmon of Ohio. He was attorney general in President Cleveland's sec- Reserved for the Old Confederate ond term. , Veteraus. The information comes from an Mr. E. B. Clark, chairman of the Eastern Democrat of national repu- 'nmmittee of the chamber of com tation, and it strongly appears that merce which ~4 3 charge of the prep the forces of the Parker nomination arations for the Confederate reunion in 1904 are back of It. Harmon is to at Columbia May 7-9, has completed be the "safe and sane" candidate as the detailed program.- It is as fol against Bryan, the "unsafe and in- lows: sane" candidate. That's the pro- Tuesday, May 7. gram. , 11 a. m.-Presentation of Gen ,Harmon made an excellent attorney Johnson Haygood's portrait at Col general, and since his retirement has umbia theatre. been practicing law In Ohio. He did 12 m. to 5 p. m.-Band Music on one notable public service about '3 Mai street. 5 p. m. to 7 p. m.-Receptiou to years ago when President Roosevelt Sponsors at Metropolitan club. appointed him to look into the alleg- 8 P. M. to 10 p. m.-Concert on ed violation of the anti-rebate law capitol grounds by Columbia Brass b the Atch son, Topeka and Sante band. Fe railroad. ,. 8.30 p. i.- Columbia Theatre. Harmon looked into it and found that Paul Morton, a member of the president's cabinet was the guilty 9:30 a. m.-Assembly of all who party, for Morton was president dur- will occupy seats on the stage at the ing the time the rebates were given. Columbia theatre. This will include Harmon and his associate in the all specially invited guests, the may work recommended that prosecutions or and aldermen of the city of Col be instigated against Paul Morton umbia, participants in the program. and some of the other officials of the members of the reunion executive road. This did not suit the adminis- and reception committees and the ration though, at all, which wanted auxiliary executive committee of la o prosecute the railroad tracks, the dies, the commander of the army of ocomotives and things of that sort, - . orthern Virginia, and staff, com nd put them all In jail. mnder of the state -division and Harmon expressed the opinion that staff &)rigade commanders, command f rebates were given somebody was er of the state division, sons of vet esponsible and they offered to show erans and staff; president of the state he president pretty quick who and organization of Daughters of the ow, but the president had no Idea Confederacy, and the department, di f allowing his friend and cabinet vision, brigade and regimental spon Affcer to be prosecuted. Harmon sors of the U. C. V. 'here8pon quit and the case was 10 a. m.--Opening exercises of the Iropped. Wannual reunion. of the state divisin, Harmon is quite much of a man United Confederate veterans, the pro ill right, but the opinion Is that he gram being as follows: . too "safe and sane" for the senti- Overture, Columbia ochestra; dox nent of ne arty and of the country ology, assembly callied to order, Capt. e W. D. Starling, commander of Camp Hampton; opening prayer, Rev. Dr. BIG DISPENSA.RY. TRADE. J. W. Flinn; address of wescome on behalf of the city of Columbia, Hon. T. H. Gibbes; music, Columbia or -ohat Was Taken Durin the First chestra; address of welcome on be Montfh. half of the Columbia chamber of com i merce, Gen. Wilie Jones, president; According to figures which State music, Columbia orchestra; address ooditor W. B. West has just checked of welcome on behalf of Camp Max p the sale of the Carey-Coth- ey Gregg, U. S. C. V., Hon. Porter -aisp, naylqortruhu the McMaster, commander; music, Col tan dispenaryclqu thfroughouththe umbia orchester; address of welcome arMi on behalf of Camp Hampton, Col. U. )usiness since the new system was R. Brooks; music, Columbia orches naugurated, amounted to $153,444,- tra; address of welcome to the Con 'ow, butete resint hady niea Sren n in federate veterans by his excellency, funties under the new system, an Hon. M. F. Ansel, governor of South ome of these, particularly Charles- Carolina; response -on behalf of the on, did not get started under the South Carolina division, U. C. V., by Harmo syste atne. Gehofam neaThmsW Crie uic avl htbut.theopinio 5,553.85 CoubaOchsr;runoeoml a too...."safe....7,17.9sanopeed;cermonaletibuenotie mber ..of..the.. ,66890ypandto hefonfeeracdedntrth harlston..........17,91.8 and aldegrolls e of capanonCoe ~hstr........... ,90.2mnta, aorcpne nt eporm ~larnn........... 3826.0 ers o th-reunion eective ~ollton........' 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Twenty-five persons Are believed to have been drowned by the foun- But Nowhere Did Any Damage Re dering of the river steamer Archan- and There Was Little Alarm Over gelsk while she was crossing the it. Probably a Reflex of the Gen Neva, near the surburb of Irinowka, Russia, late Sunday night. eral Disturbance Over the Earth The accident occurred during a Some People Were Awakened. Snow storm, when the steamer was A little shock of earthquake was two-thirds the way across the river and was caused by her striking an ice floe, numbers of which still re- causing some alarm among those who main in the river despite the lateness experienced it, but the seismic dis of the season. turbance was not serious and did no Owing to the thickness of the damage except to scare timid peo weather the accident was not seen jie. from the shore, but the shouts for The Post says the shock occurred help of those in distress attracted the at 3:30 o'clock and was said to have crews of two steamers which hastily lasted between eight and ten seconds went to' the scene, only, however, to and to have been acc'mpanied by a find that the Archangelsk had found- light roaring sound, puff of wind and ered. A number of her passengers, wave motion, the disturbance seem mostly working men, were rescued, 'ingly moving from southeast to the but owing to the swiftness of the northwest current, many others were swept un-,. The shock was more distinctly felt der the ice floes. - pt Summerville than in Charleston. There is no means for establishing At the pineland resort, it is said to definitely the number of victims. The have benaent ded with the breaking passage across the river was -short of ornaments which fell from man and no count was made of the passen- tels, but this was exceptional. gers, but according to the police of While the shock was naturally Okhta, a surburb for which the more generally felt in Summerville steamer was bound, 31 persons are than in Charleston, at neither place steamer--as borume 31orsae- did the disturbance reach any decid missing-all workmen or small mer- e rprin rcueeiifo chants of the humbler class. ed proportions or cause exits from The Archangelsk was an old iron houses or any stampede. The shock steamer open forward and roofea was quite perceptable but It was not over astern in the form of a cabin. comparable to the sho'cks ehich pre She was condemned as unseaworthy ceded the great earthquake of Tues last fall, but the owner was about to day night, August 31st, 1886. C avethebanremvedandthe vessel There is no seismograph n Char lave the ban removed and cre ws leston and no register of the undula placed in service. The crew wastoyminofhearhcudbr made up of three inexperienced men, tory motion of the earth could be re the captain and pilot having former- corded. The weather bureau has ly. been a baker. All three of the many delicate instruments with nee men were saved. dies, dipped in Ink, moving over tab The steamer had scarcely any bal-. ulated sheets, recording ,wind- and list and when she ran sidewise on a rain variations, but none of these big floe she careened and immediate- was affected, by the disturbances, ly filled and sank. The catastrophe which goes to show how mild the was over inside of three minutes. tremor really was. Those who were not picked up imme- The fact that a slight tremor was diately sank beneath the icy water. felt should cause little if any uneas One man scrambled on to an ice floe iness for the press reports have been and was carried down stream for a noting these disturbance for some mile. The wreck was located Sunday time. Only a few days ago; reports afternoon lying on the bottom of the of similar occurrences were heard river scarcely a hundred feet from from Tennessee and Kentucky and at the shore, whither it had been swept different times and places report of by the swift current. It was impos- earthquake shocks have been made. sible for divers to descend owing to The fact that Charleston was floating ice. stricken with a big shock nearly 21 The banks of the river were crowd- years ago has no -significance and It ed all day with friends and relatives does not follow that there will be of missing persons looking for bodies another terrible earthquake there. but none were recovered. It is prob- Another may strike some other city able that the dead have been carried or section of the country and prehaps down stream for miles. visit those places with greater de Feeling against the owner of the struction than was ever wrought at ferry line runs high and threats have Charleston. Earthquakes are things been made to lynch him. which can not be avoided and run away from. DELIGHTFUL MEETING People may flee from an epidemic of fever, or other disease, but they can not run away from an searth he Doctors Had a Pleasant Time qae o hynvrko hr at Bennettsville. Calso rdywspoal as The State Medical Association metedocnctdismewyihte t Bennettsville this year and the o ftegon a rbbyb members had a most pleasant time,sipyteetln ofhe oros The following officers were electedwiintearhndheesmio o serve for the ensuing year. ofnracndtnferhev President, Le Grand Guerry, Cohl-eigPstrciedanm umbia; vice presidents, R. A. Marsh, bro eerm n ogdsac dgefleld, J. Adams Hayne, Green- tlpoemsae rmnwppr rille, Mary R. Baker, Columbia; sec-ofmnciesakgiqursabt retary, Walter Cheyne, Sumter; treasth exntoteda geb te 2rer, C. P. Aimar, Charleston. erhuk.Sm o h nure State medical examiners, 1st dis- si hti a eotda hs rict. W. P. Porcher, Charleston;- andplcstaChreonadbnd iistrict, J. A. Rosamond, Easley; 5th srydadta rprywlh$h istrict, R. A. Bratton, Yorkville; 7th erhuk a o hkndw istrict, J. J. Watson, Columbia. Thewabendvordyfams members from the other districts Thsexgradrpotwref iold over,.orepopl dne n esg State board of health, Robert Wil- e eepto h rs ie s son, Charleston; H. T. Hall, Aiken;suigtepolofhecnryha . C. Cambrell, Abbeville; J. A.Chretnwsu uthanote Hayne, Greenville; W. 3. Burdell,slgttda gehdbndoeo [ugoff; James Evans, Florence; C. poetadta h sokwsI . W:lliams, Columbia. fats.ih htmotpol i o Committee on scientific work, G. fe tadddntko htI a A. Nuffr. bbeill; J T.Tay onocedl occur. 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