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STARTS ROAD BUILDING.
Flow a Good Schetme to Secure Aid Was
Chestor, S. C., Special.-In re
sponse to the announcement made
by the county commi5sionera that
work on permanent roads would
be begun in that part of the counu
ty which offered the greatest in
duceinent in the way of money
and rock, many enthusiastic meet.
iligs have been held by the farmers
throughout the county.- Monday
tho board decided that the Colum
bia road should be worked first,
$1,500 having been donated. The
work will extend to tho three
mile post, and will then be begun
on the Rossvillo road and worked
to the third mile post on that road.
Poden's bridge road will also be
worked to the three milo post.
Other portions of the county of
fered great inducements, In Mr.
T. J. Cunningham's neighborhood
about Woodward church, money
and rock were offered and a team
of eight mules for a part of the
time. Rodman section donated
$500. From the Brick house on
that road to Rocky creek, a dio
tance of two miles, $400 was dona
ted. The people are much inter
ested in this work, and in a few
yeaks bad roads in this county will
be a matter of history. Mr. An
derson of Lowryville, was elected
oversoor of road machinery.
CHURCk AND CLERGY.
Rev. Pauf Ihkiler, pastor of Asbury
Methodist 10iscopal church at St.
Paul, is losing his eyesight as a result
of injuries he received last fa.l whtilo
engaged In playing football .
The iwuv. -1). Henri M. Field, thb
last of the famous Field brothers;
reached his eighty-first birthday a few
days ago. Dr. Field was for many
years editor of the New York Evangel
The Unlted Presbyterian church is
thq only American church with mis
sions in Egypt. The mission was be
gun at Cairo in 1854 by Messrs. Me.
Cagne and Barnet and has become a
great influence throughout the land
among Mohammiedanis anld the Copts.
.That witnesses to a will were il the
same room with each other and the tes
tator is held. in ro Claflin's will (Vt.)
8 L,. R. A. 2G1, not to be suflicient to
make the attestation valid if they were
not so in the poesence of one another
that each could see the others sign.
A telegraph company which upon
order by telegraph issues and delivers~
its check by mistake to the wrong par
ty is held, in Burrows versus Western
Union Telegraph company (Mlnn.), -A
1L. R1. A. 483, to be liable In the amoin,
thereof to an iraocent purchaser for
Two Definitions of a Gentleman.
To be a gentleman "is to be honest,
to bo gentle, to be generous, to be
brave, to be wilse, and, possessed of all
these qualities, to excereise them in the
most graceful manner," says the great
A diner in a cyrtatn hotel became so
tog tn'tfh'e proprietor directed his
rernaval.. The waiter who successfully
necomnplig'hed this, on returning to the
room, expressedl his regret at having
beeni obligf#l to put the Individual out,
for, dhid'Mr, with emphasis, "ho's a
perfect gentleman," adding after a
pause, as if to explain how lie arrived
at so deeided a conclusion, "Hie give
me 'alf a crown."-Notes and Queries.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
--~. become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflied with weak kid
neys. I the child urin
the ates too often, if the
urine scaid th fiesh or if, when the child
teaches a age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
* these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and biadder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.,
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized, It is sold
by druggists, in, fifty
cent ando o dollar
sie.You ma have a
serole bttle mal
tree, also pamphet tels omepf swm~
igall, about it, including fnaniy of the
>' hos dsr of terstiona leters reeid
y 4, BinghamtonthN. Y., se ura and,
h tre N: WtmpRoot, Dt, r i~~~
ahdand addraus n
TWO DIE OF POISON.
Dodge County l Stirred Up by Attroolom
Eastman, Ga., Special.-One of
the most atrocious .. crimes over
committed has just been brought
to light at DeBois, twelve inilo
above here. The story is tht~a
Richard Tucker was given a dose
of stryohnine by a-farn hand.
The alleged facts as reported are
Tho farm hand was infatuated
with Mrs. Tucker, who it is alleged
returned his affection. To get rid
of Tucker be mixed strychnine
with some peach brandy.
Mr. Joel Horn, while visiting
Mr. Tuc.ker, complained of feeling
badly, and Mr. Tucker gave him it
drink of the brandy. Mr. Horn
died within an hour.
Having failed in accomplishing
the end aimed at, the forni hand
fixed some capsules with the
strychnine, which were given Mi .
Tucker on his complaint of foeling
badly. Mr. Tucker died soon
Upon their arrest and incarcera
tion in the county jail Mrs. Tucker
and the farm hand accused each
other of the killing.
Public feeling is at fever heat,
and but for the timfiy arrival of
Sheriff Rogeis, the farm hand would
have been summarily dealt with,
and there is strong talk of lynch..
Drs. J. D. Herrman and J. B.
Clark cut out Tucker's stomach
and carried it to Atlanta for analy
sis by the state chemist, and rela.
tives wish an analysis made of Joel
All the parties are of good fam
A special term of Dodge Super.
ior court will probably convene to
try the cases, as the public de.
Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the first time
n n.y life I had a sudden add severe at
ack of diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Alil
er, of Morg-n, Texas. "I got tempor
try relief, but it came back again and
tgaintand six long years 1 have suffered
nore misery and agony than agony than
I can tell. It was worse than death.
Sly husband spent hundreds of dollars
ror physicians' prescriptions and treat
mient without avail. Finally we moved
to Bosque county, our present home,
and one day I happened to see an adver
tisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testinon
ial of a man who had been cuied by it.
The case was so similar to my own that
I[concluded to try the remedy. The re-.
mit was wonderful. I could hardly
realize that I was weoll again, er believe
it could be so after having suffered so
long, but that one bottle of medicine,
costing but a fewv cents, cured me." For
nale by Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, and
I'. N. Hunter, Liberty.
HEATH SPRINGS SUFFERS.
Five Store.. Livery Stable, the Depot and
All the Warehouses Burned.
Kershaw,. S. C., Special.-At
11:30 o'clock Wednesday night fire
dlestroyed five stores, one lhvery
stable, the depot and all the wares
houses at Heath Springs.
The fire is supposed to have
started in a vacant store where
some boys were seen smoking.
MORtE DETAILED ACCOUNT.
Lancaster, S. 0., Specal.-Fire
broke out in tihe town of Heath
Springs, this county, at about mid
night Wednesday night, destroy
ing the main business houses and
the depot platforms of the South.
The Springa Banking and lier
uintile comp~any was tile heaviest
loser. The company's large store,
stables and warehouses" were all
Elestroyed; loss $18,000, insurance
H. W. Mobley lost his store and
stock of goods; loss $8,000, insur-.
The Enterprise Mercantile comn
any lost a building worth $200;
The erection of new brick build
ngs will be commenced at once.
The origin of the fire is not
Manny Schmool Children are aickly.
Mother Gray's sweet iPowders for children,
,sed by Motheo (ray, a nurse in Children's Home
%OW York, lBreak up Colds in 24 hours, cure Fe
'orishness, llendac he, Stomach troubles Treethi
1ig Isrlers, and destro Worm t ai dru
en S. Olmsted, ofloy, N. Y
SHOUT FRO EEY HO8E40o
*ieh the steength o mnto ot
THE STATI' SURVEY.
The query, ."Is kissing danger.
ouIs," will not be pressed at the
The question of whether the
close application of an electric
light will cure cancer is still open,
but there is no doubt that it will
check the spread of the kissing
The Baltimore people have been
worried, it seems, about whether
to call the 2,000 ladies accompany
ing the Elko Elkarinas or Elkesses.
They would probably be more un
bending if just called deer.
"Temporarily insane from the
excessive use of cigarettes," a Buf.
falo man committed suicide by
jumping off a train going 60 miles
an hour. le had more wisdom
than the vast majority of his
class-ho know when and how to
Blind is the man who does not
recognize the great grouind sdell
throughout South Carolina in
favor of law and order. But a
small fraction of the Deople are in
sympathy with these lynchings
and murders. Now would be the
time for a strong personality not
only to perform a sacred duty but
to win popular applause by vigor
Gov. Heyward makes this state
ment: "I regret to say that,
though I have waited several days
for oflicial notice regarding this
lawless act, ..not one report has
reached me through oflicers of the
law." He refers to the murder of
Head in Aiken county. As the
law requires these reports to be
promptly made, it is evident that
the law has been violated. This
would be an excellent opportunity
to lot the officers of the law under
stand that they will be required to
do their duty.
* * *
As it is unlawful to 'take, kill
or sell," or 'cause to be taken,
killed or sold or exposod for sale,"
any mocking bird as well as other
song and insectivorous birds in
South Carolina, should it not be
unlaIwfUl for any person to have
such birds in captivity? Those
persons who purchase such birds
are responsible for the breaking of
the law against robbing of nestsor
trapping. The birds are atolen
from the public; those who buy and
hold them imprisoned arc, morally,
the receivers of stolen goods.
According to the report of the
auditor of the treasury, the collec
tor of the port at Albermarlo, N.
0.. receives a salary of $1,000
while the receipts of customs at
that port have been $1.80 a year for
the last five years. At Beau fort, N.
C., the average annual receipts are
$46.80 and the collector's salary Is
$1,000 with *404 in fees, and the
collector has two deputies. These
are only samples, as it is said other
ports make little better showings.
Everybody seems to bo after put
ting his hand deep into 'Uncle
WVe find ourselves compelled to
dissent for once from an opinion
expressed by the Kershaw Era
one of the county papars which has
opinions all of its ownis, and ex..
presses thern fearlessly. Trho Erai
commends Judge Gage for requir
ing~ witnesses to put on their coats
before coming into court to testify.
"There is too prevalent an idea,'"
says The Era, "that the courts are
somewhat of a makeshift (possibly
not without some reason) and the
sooner this idea is gotten rid of the
better it will be for the cause of
justice." While we might com
mend the action of Judge Gage (on
the same grounds as The Ena, yet
there is another view. We would,
for the cause of justice, reverse his
ruling and require that every wit
ness and juror should appear in
his shirt-sleeves and that their hip
pockets and the contents thereof
should be exposed to view. We
would extend the ruling to the gen.
tlemen of the bar and are confident
that if required to remove their
coats in the presence of the judge
several lawyers would be found
with pistols in their pockets.
Certainly, according to reports,
such would have been the result
during, the recent session of the
criminal court held in Columbia.
roi a lasy, liver' Chiamberlal
omtach anSILiver Tab~~
vlgoratellse liver, aid the digestto
W. 1%. Talley Stabs W. R.nii1am-Wound
ed Man In Rad Condition.
Union, S. O., Special.-Stabbed
terribl - in many places, W. R ,
better own as "Billy'," Gilliam,
'of this county, is in a critical con
dition as the result of a cutting
affray on Monday night.
It seems that Gilliam, who lives
on the old "Gov. Gist place," about
12 miles from U~nion, was in town
Monday, and on his way home
stopped to see his daughter, Mrs.
W. R. Talley, who lives a mile
and a half below town. He and
his son-in-law had supper together
but afterwards in tile yard a dis
pute arose and Talley slashed his
father-in-law with a knife on the
jaw, barely missing the jugular
vein, and stabbed him several
times in the body, striking one of
the riba, which alone kept the
blade from entering his heart.
Gilliam bled profusely anId it was
thougbt would die on Monday
night, but is still alive, though in
a very critical condition.
Thin has long been regarded as one of
the most dangerous and fatal diseases to
which infants are subject. It can be
cured, however, when prouerly treated.
All that is necessary is to give Chambpr
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and castor oil, as directed with
each bottle, and a cure is certain. For
sale'by Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, and
T. N, 1lunter, Liberty.
- 0 Anmb
It is unlikely that the reward
offered by Gov. Heyward for the
arrest of the murderers of Dennis
Head will be claimed. Doubtless
a dozen neighbors of these mur
derers know their identity, just as
the lynchers at Norway are proba
bly known. But even if any of
the neighbors are not In hearty
sympathy with the lawlessness
they would probably fear to ap.
pear as prosEcutors. In such cases,
as in the courts, the State is at a
disadvantage. If the goveinor or
the solicitors had the power to
employ detectives and did utilize
their services on occasion, there
would be sonie results; the crimi
nally inclined would at least be
NIght Was Her rerror
"I would cough nearly all niglt long"
writes 8rs. Chas. Applegate, of Alex
andria, Ind., "and could hardly got any
(leep. I had consumption so bad that if
I walked a block I would cough fright.
fully and spit blood, but, when all other
medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of
Dr. King's Ne w Discovery wholly cured
ine and I gained 58 pounds," It's abso
lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs, Coldte,
La Grippe, Bronchitis and all T1hroai
and Lung Tiroubles. Price 50c and $1.00
T1riail bottle free at Pickens Drug Co's,
"The fact that $30-an-acre land
in Texas produces as much as the
$100 land in Iowa and Missouri -is
bound to toll in Texas' favor event
ually. "-Dallas Morning News.
And there is just as good land to
be bought in South Carolina for
$3 and $5 per acre that is await
ing the intelligent work of the
husbandman to make it worth *60
and $100. Yet there are people
who will asL, What good will im
migrants do except in the inmmedi
ate localhty in which they settle?
Besides being object lessons to
their neighbors, they are the poo
pie who "do;" the people -.vho
push forward and improve; they
are the people who make property
"For years fate was afte mnc continu
ously" writes F?. A. Gulledge, Verbena,
Ala. "1 had a terrIble case of Piles
causIng 21 tumors. When all failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me."
Equally good for Burns and all aches
and pains. Only 215c at Pickens Drug
Co's., drug store.
NEGROES TRIED TO LYNCH
Infuirlatedi Becausne tile Man lHad Minled
8t, Louis, Mo., Special.--A mob
nindo a desperate but unsuccess
ful effort Thursday night to lynch
John Davis, a negro, who had just
shot and killed his wife during a
quarrel. Tfhe woman died while
being taken to the hosptal.,
Two policemen arrested Davis
and took him to a street corner
patrol box, wvhen a mob of unearly
.100 negroes ruished t-i;
"Lynch him,"' shoumte, gnegro In
the cr-owd, and the ry was taken
uip as the mob surfouinded the offii
cers and prisonfr.
Davis cgr Shmed to the ground
and begged the officers for protec.
tion 'fhe officers drteW dheir revol,~
Ag'sandogan using them as clubs,
Io kingkoa ebra h
JIESULT E) DIN N4EGRO'S 1D)ATIM.
Spartalburg, S. 0., Speolal.-As
a result of the diffloulty Mon day
night between Dock Jones and
Hood Flax, negroes, the fokner
died at an early hour Thlrsday
morning. It seems that on the
night mentioned, Jones and three
women were on Main street and
encountered Flax, who forthwith
got up a scrap with Jones and in
the melee inflicted terrible injur.
ies. The negro fell unconscious
and (ied of paralysis due to wounds
on the head. Flax escaped and
has not yet been arrested.
- There are more Swedes in Chicago
than in any Swedish city except Stock
Owing to the wonderful strides of
the American cotton industry the con
sumption of the raw staple in the Unit
ed States has Increased 01 per cent in*
Thekew animal housrs in Now
York'oological gardens give wild
beasts a wider range of comfort than
the tenement dWellers in the crowded
districts on the east side of Manhattan
have known for generations.
The hopes that the mammoth tusks
so abundant in the arctic regions
would replace the tusks of the vanish
ing elephant have not been realized.
Only about- 30 per cent of the mam
moth tusks make good ivory.
The most wonderful of aboriginal
American monuments is. the famous
Aztec calendar now in the Mexican
National museum. It is a zodiac, elev
en feet in diameter and carved from
solid rock. The monks of Cortes
burled it in a marsh, and it was lost for
The newest cure of anwmia is to
take the sufrerer up in a captive bal
loon and let him stay at a certain alti
tude for two hours. Half a dozen as
cents of this kind during as many
weeks will effect a marvelous cure and
are equal to a three months' sojourn
at a health r.isort.
They have found the proper name for
it at last-autophobia.-Atlanta Con
"Too many babies spoil the flat,"
saty the real estate agents. But too
few spol life. Room for the babies!
Pennsyl'tinia has voted the amazing
sum of $6,500,000 for good roads at the
present session of its legislature. This
breaks all records.-Hartford Courant.
The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius Is
headed for the scrap pile. It will be
recalled that we indulged in conalder
able "boasting and blustering" when
this vessel was launched.-Washington
Indications are growing that China
Is to become the world's storm center
The old struggle between a dying out,
stubborn pass and a strenuous, un
truthful present Is on in the Celestial
empire and can have but one ending.
THE ROYAL BOX.
P~niperor William has declined to ac
cept a legacy of $500,000 loft to him i
by the Baroness Oppenheim and hasj
handed the money over to the military
The Prince and Princess of Wales
will receive the hondrary degree of]
doctor of laws and doctor of music re
spectively from the University of Lon
don oni June 24.
King Alexander of Servia has no son j
or cousin In 'line for the throne. Civil
war and three hating each other pro
tenders would come into evidence
were lie to die today.
When Victor E~mmanuel II. died the
sum of $400,000 was in a short time (
subscribed for a monument. The gov-r
emnment added $1,000,000. The esti- (
mate now is that the total cost wvill e
reach ab~out $6,000,000. The monument
is to be the most beautiful and costly
in niodern Italy.
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL.
There are at present twenty-four we
men students in the University of Ar
gentina. In the public schools of
Buenos Ayres 883 of the teachers are
men and 1,459 women.
The most notable feature of United
States Commissioner of IEducation Har
rIs' new report is the great increase in
the number of college students. There ~
are, he says, 75,472 men in colleges and
Universities as against 44,020 ten years
ago and 27,870 women students as
The total assets of Chicago univer
sity are $15,128,875.05. President Har-.
per wishes to increase the salaries as
follows: Professors, from $8,000 to $4,- 1
000; assocIate professors, from $$,400i
to $3,000; assistant professors, from
$2,000 to $2,500. A pension system in
also being considered. ,
"I have used Ayer's HairVigor
for thirty years. It is elegant for
a hair drebsing and for keeping tile
hair from splittingc at the ends,"
friendships. If t nes Air
dilitting is done on your
oWn 1ead it loses friends
for y-~ u, for every hair of
your head is a friend.
Ayer's Hair Vigor in
'advance will prevent the
splitting. If th splitting
has begun, it will stipit
$.,W a tkilt.. Alltwiglf,
Mrs. Painter, of North Vrolins, Imipilie
ted in the Norfolk and Western
Roanoke, Va., Special.-Detec
tive .Wm. B. Baldwin Wednesda
night, last, arrolted Jafmos W
Bailey and John W. Kennedy
near Shenandoah, charged wit
wrecking a Norfolk and Westerr
passenger train on the night o
December 28, last, when engineei
Wesley Boiley was killed. Thi
men had a hearing and plead guilt
and were sent to Staunton jai:
without bond. They are oharged
with murder. In a sworn confess
ion they say they planned witi
Mrs. Ellen Painter to wreck th
train and kill any passengers whoM
might escape in the wreck. Only
the engineer was killed and tht
plan for wholesale murder was
abandoned. Mrs. Painter comes
from N->rth Caroline and will be
GRAND JUIHY SAID TO BE DtIVING
Jackson, Ky., Speial.-The
special grand jury continued its
session today. From the witnesses
that are being called it is believed
that the jurors are considering the
oases of the county officials who
are said to have furnished the
$5,000 that Gardner Plummer of
fored B. .J. Ewei if the latter
would not testify 'against Curtis
Jott and Thomas hi1esin the
Maroum murder- case, also a
the inquisition is extending it to
bhe murders of Cox, Cookrill and
Capt. Ewen caused quite a stir
[n canp last night b.1yolling in
tis sleep and when aroused told
bho soldiers he was dreaming that
ie was being killed.
A SUIT FOt 01,900.
In the court of Common Pleas
it Greenville last week, the case
:f A. H. Dagnall against the South.
3rn Railway was tried. The plain
biff asked for $1,900 damages.
Tbe attorneys interested were Mc
Dullough & McSwain, Tribble and
Prince, of Anderson, for the plain.
iff, Dean, Cothran & Cothran for
During September 1901, Mr.
Dagnall bought a ticket over the
southern railway from Easley to
3eneca. After purchasing the
iket however, he did not take
he trip to Seneca, but kept the
icket in his possession.
On the 23d day of April, 1908,
me decided to go to Seneca and
>rought hi8 ticket into use. When
t was presented to Conductor (I.
i', Marshall it was refused and Mr.
)agnall was put off the train at
The arguments in the case were
aoncluded Thursday and after the
udges charge the case was given
;b the jury.
A case came to light that for p~ersist..
nt and unmerciful torture has perhaps
eover been equaled. Joe Golobick of
joiusa, Cal., writes. "For 15 years I
'ndured insufferabl6 pain from Rheuma
ism and nothing relieved me though I
ried everything knowvn. I camne pcross
Clectric Bitters and it's the greatest
nedicine on earth for that trouble. A
ow bottles of it comupletely relieved and
uredl me." Just as good for Liver and
Odnl~ey troubles and general debility.
)nly 50c. Satisfaction guaraniteed by
3ickens Drug Co., druggist.
Upon orders of walking dele
rates, about 150 men, structural
ron workers and roofers on the
nachinery building at the world's
air grounds, are on a strike, their
laims being that workmen build,~
ng the elevated track are not
mnion. A fight ensued resulting
ni the non-.union men fleeing for
afety. Several men were hurt,
os. Meyer's skull bemng fractured.
olice5 restored quiet andl the strak
re were forced to leave the build
ng. No arrests weore made.
--A special from Charleston
ays: Negotiations will be com-.
>leted in a few days by which the
otton compresses of the East Shore
['erminal railroad1 will pass into
he hands of R. 0. Rhott, W. E .
luger and John F. Maybank, and
t is proposed to further improve
he already fine machinery and
ivery effort will be made sto use
he compress~facilitiles as one of
he means for increasing the cotton
rade of Charleston. The presses
tlbe lesod fwoin the railroad and
willb entirey (inder~ Charloston
VEItY COOL "WIUBT.ING PAUSON.'
After killing one man and fate
ly wounding another at Middl
burg, Ky., Thursday, Robert Lc
a minister at Linnie, - ii Cau
county, said grace at the jail tab
in Liberty. Lee became involve
in a quarrel with'Ellis Woods'an
the latter's son and the shootin
followed. The "fighting parson
was then arrested and taken to jai
at Liberty, where he peacefully re
turned thanrs at the table wit
the other prisoners.
ONE ARMED IOBBElR GONE.
Leavenworth, Kan., Special.
Beinj. W. Starnes, alias Strattor
a on'e armed train robber fror
Oklahoma, escaped from the. fed
oral penitentiary hero early Frida
morning. Starnes dug his way ou
of the crankhouse into the prisor
yard, then climbed a blanket ropi
to the top wall twenty-five feel
high, using his tooth and one arm
Starnes is the man who put on i
false army and held a revolver witt
it while holding up a train.
SHOT TWO BUUGLAltS.
Cleveland Wood, 18 years old
of Edgefield, S. C., and Charlei
Smith, 28 years o14, of Boahcn
were shot Thursday morning it
Atlanta, about 3 o'clock by Dr
0. M. Green, in whose store they
wore committing a burglary.
Dr. Green, hearing a noise in hif
store, took his Winchester rifle and
fired several shots through tli
panel of a door, without seeing the
nin he was shooting at. Wood
was shlt.in the thigh and Sinitl
in the hand.
Later both men w a arreste(
and lodged in the Tower. They
are said to be wanted for burg
ies in other places.
No man or woman in the State will
hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain'f
Stomach and Liver Tablets after once
trying them. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels, im.
prove the appetite and strengthen the
digestion. For sale by Pickens Drug
Co., Pickens, and T. N. Hunter, Liberty
WREVK CLEARED AWAY.
The Southern Railway has com.
pleted the work of clearing up the
wreckage of 13 cars and an engine
which ran away on the heavy grade
up Saluda Mountain last week and
were almost annihilated. The
train of cars after gaining a fright
ful speod left the track and landed
in a valley some distance from the
main line. A side track was
built down to the wreck and a
large wrecking engine drew the do
railed freight engine back on the
track. One car of tho train which
did not leave the track was loaded
with eggs and, strange to say, few
of them were broken. The runa
way was attributed to the fact that
the air brakes 'had been tampered
with. When the crew saw their
danger they jumped and the train,
rushed on down grade for severail
miles before leaving the track. -
There is more Catarr-h in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable. For
a great many years doctors pronounced
it a local disease and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Soience has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the ni.arket.
It is taken internally in (loses fro.m 10
dIrops to a teaspoonful. It acts directiv
on the blood and mucous surfaces of th~e
system. Tihey offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circu lars and testi monials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.,
S )ld by all Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
TWO BOY8 EXECUTED.
They Kined ai Merchant While flurgiar.
ising His Home.
Lexington, Ky,, Special.-Claude
O'ldrien, aged 23, of Memphis and
Earle Whitney, aged 18, of Nash
ville, wore hanged in the jail yard
and from the same scaffold at 8:15
Friday morning. They were brave
to the necks broken.
Whitney struggled' and died
hard. O'Brien diod easy. Over a
hundred spectators were in the
jail yard. O'Brien walked to the
s'caffold palo and agitated, but
Whitney laughed and called good
bye to some of his friends The
boys were executed for the murdor
of Addison B. Chinn, a prominent
merchant of this city, while bur..
glarizing his home on Oct. 10,
1902. B3oth denied firing'thie shot
to the last.
Working Nlight an4.-fay.
Tihe busiest sind mightiest Ultle thinei
that ever was made is Dr. King's New~
Life Pills..- These pills change weakuness
into strength, istlessness into energy,
brain-fAg 'Into niidal sower. *Thej're
r SATE~ NEW~?
-y -Twenty-one contractors in Co.
de lumbla ha've signed an agreemen ,
not to employ any umion ia con
iected with the B Uilding Trades.
-Assistant Chief onstable Howie
has tesigned his position from the
b force, but it is not known yet wi6
his successor will be. Howie,
will be remembered, was chief o
stable in Charleston but was aft
wards transferred to Beaufo
from which point he resigned a&k A;
went to Chester.
-In Columbia Tuesday mori
Judge Gary rendered a decision it
the case of Brookshire vs. the F
mers Alliandellxchange, orderip
that a receiver be appointed for
fund now on hand, about $17,0
or that bond be furnished
twice the amount involved unt
thio-fund is distributed.
-Anderson is to have a fir t
class business men's club, such i's
exists in other cities. The 46ed
of such an organization has been
felt there for a long time, and now
it is believed that it can be secured.,
The club will have well furnished
rooms where visitors to that oity
can be carried and entertaine'd, and
where the members themselves 1An
spend their leisure time ploasantl
and to advantage.
-The Newberry Real Estate
company, which is capitalized
$25,000, has been organized. Tl
organization of this company
means a great deal to the people
of Newberry, as it will place U
the market some of the mo
sirable and valuable b '*' ing lot6
.h W rpora imits of the
-C. Ward, the 'iail carrier on
route No. 2, from Trdnton, drove
into town Saturday afternoon and
loft his horse hitched on the
streets. When he got ready to
leave for home lie fouid\the horso
missing. Later he went in pursuit
of the animal and was fortunate
in finding him. He had been
used by a negro in making his way
from Trenton to Edgelield.
Slight injuries often disable a man
and oause several days' loss of time and
when blood poison develops, sometimes
result in the loss of a hand or limb.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseig.
tic liniment. When applied to cuts,
bruises and burns it causes them to heal
quickly and without maturation, and
prevents any dange.r of blood poison.
For sale by Pickens Drug Co., Pickens,
and TI. N. Hunter, Liberty.
A TRILBY BRIDE.
Wont to Porch Ostensliy to Wash Feet
and Joined Her swveethneart In the
Charlotte, N. C.-A special from
Troutmian, Iredoll county, N. C.,
News has just -zeached here of
the exciting and novel marriage
of Mr. Tfom E1rvin and Miss Ramna
Eagle. Miss Eaigle lives with Mr.
J. D. Croker and he, was bitterly
opposed to her marriage with young
Ervin and kept a strict surveilance
over all h.3r movements. The young
people couldn't got away and but
for the tiniely assistance of Orin
Harwell they would yet be trying.
Harwell laid the plans and tho
others carried them out, It was
this way, Miss Eagle having taken
off her shoes on the eve ot her mar
ringo walked out on the porch Os
tensibly for the purpose of washing
her feet when she suddenly darted
across the yard and through a
field of cotton where she was met
by her lover and young Harwoll.
There was a buggy in awaiting and
in less time than it takes to tell it
they were o~ff with the horse
stretched at a dead run,
Hlarwell, howover, strayed at his
post to arrest the progress of the
pursuing Croker. Mr. Oroker is a
fierce man and everybody else was
afraid of him. Just why he went
no further than the cotton ild
nobody knows but those two men.
Har well could tell but ho just grinis
and won't. However, the bare4
footed, baro~headed bride and the.
groom soon roached the homeo
Marriage Artist 0. 0. Harwell who
being called out of bed stepped on
the porch also bareheaded and
barefooted and as time was prO
clous they were married in short
order. Young Ervin then drove
with his Trilby bride to his own
home as well content as if he had
married in the church with the
sao$Ion of the whole-world.