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t>lvnyinVp CASJ5 Against the L. & r. K. K. Co Nonsuited?Opinion IMivered by Mr. Justice Jones. This wh? at> action for $15,00< damages for the alleged killiio of plaintiff's husband, througl the negligence of defendant whil-t the deceased waa walhiig On a certain trestle on defenc fcnt'B right of way. On the clo of the plaintiff's evidence ti circuit court (Judge Townsem ) on the motion of the defender ordered a noncuit. The plaintiff appealed. ?f _ T.._i T - . Til an. uu?nu? iiua?? ; mere wmc no evidence whatever of any neg ligence on the part of the defend ant, except upon the theory that there was Rome evidence that the railroad trestle upon which the fatal collision occurred was a "traveled place" in the eense of the statute, and that the trestle constituted a part of the crossiug To give a right of action the collision must be on the crossing where the railroad track crosses the public war. The statute contemplates a di rect crossing?not such as is attempted to be set np in this case. There was no evidence of any way, which the public had acquired the right to use, leading out, along and from tha trestle, Seekw to oonotitnto 1 ~ ? w Vi4 uv V41 VJ 1/1 CO HO U part of such way, and even if it were admitted to be possible for the public to acquire the legal right to use the railroad trestle already dedicated to other public uses there was no evidence that the collision occurred at a place where ihe railroad and public way crossed each other. The evidence showed that on each end of the trestle there was placed a board warning all persons to "ht.ep off" and that such notice had been there ever since the lease of the line to the Char lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad company, and before t Ka /! ^ ? ? ? -? 1 ...w Uviui"imn uutupany oecame the owner?. It was further shown that the preside!) . of tho defendant company refu*"d to allow planks to be placed along the trestle as ai walk way. If th" r vidonoo in this caso. tended to ?!>ow that the tre?tlc' , , t was a * lr.;vi*too place then there j is ir:c"c' any portion of th ! lino of ) ilroad which has been in ox.rt'1 for twenty year*; which v not be ahov ;i to t.e 'Mnv ' lace"?for manv ;i " ; ' ' e * s'1. s t, 0' a) oat a ! walking along tl ' aih when if the*,, conveni iv to <io bo. gra ntc?i. Mr. J:i rcfi I'oue concurs. ?hi. ,mi" j * j - y <> .i* i< 'i ' went?np ? Vr?*!?y To C!iI lif-?*n .V "i? f'r ' t.r s;-ip r mv i- f< } ittri ? > *if?> worm* in . i Or?-i.. i i? *i*i not to aUniiHitler > to f !i in . lit iw \' r t til*r** is i ?" 1. I Mel < n :<*r, who will r ; r Ecu I the 11:. i.st i ui t-.i L ouh'it iN* as as spec i a .trijs! al the o .ronati (!tirl'.t:* i I ml) a, has Ij0611 (hioi)Li , twenty on military campaign /or that pr.hlicution, iu?ii ? with thf AMinntee war of 187;5i and en'1'"'' with the recent cam ! pnign in >>'? jth Africa. He was in Lao; . . !h during the siege oj that pine. i. \ Th i'i rt|?" !" ' r>ft ovory ho* of tho R ?noi Laxat v 'ronuyQuinine thw to?i rtu ui. . .1 ? * a cul l iD who ik .; B They Always rtt. Ash I your dealer to get just what you want. Accept I no substitute. SB The best-made and most I ROYAL WORCESTER ( | The Purest t and Best Are NONE TOO i $ We keep a full line of the I ? buy. Accuracy and purity scription entrusted to us is < * pharmacy. Complete lino < 5 Medicines always on hand. J for Fountain Syringes at ?Uc * promptly to any part, of tl * irom residence on Elm stree | FUNDERBURB ^ - - *- - --* > ^ -*->? , ? *0 -tt-*' /tv 7tv7w rw /w ASHC Colic f No disease to which horses a are subject is more dangerous t and none more easily cured whe rect remedy is used. Colic attae denly and oftentimes so severely of the utmost importance to relic iniai at once in order to save its 1 Asiickaft's Colic Mixture gi speedily . \ surely, leaving no 1 effects. It has stood the ti nt for 0^ Ev< . fi\ Y&f/fS*' ' *v- nig th - J. / fore t! r"'.: 7* V .1 vitalit Zi/LlC in - * S "0 * "' 7 T> T? /* ' ^ V* j . .. ,1 L x. if *rf "' r< "-O 5? j^sr*3r u#f . THE vra 5UI-LRI0R IN yu ^ TO A. I? ,/i.S, Lit ?S$\ Address SOUT1 \ir<> i SAVANNAH; C/u THE ^ Tbe Demands 1 of Fashion 1 o always met by ROYAL I ORCEdTEB I CORSETS I STRAIGHT FRONT I stylish corsets la the world. CORSET CO, wo5"'K**B L ? mm A Medicines | GkOOD for the Sick. iEST DRUGS that money can |? is our motto, and ever> pre- # compounded by a graduate in x of Toilet Articles and Patent $ We also carry Rubber Tubing ^ ^ !. per foot. Packages delivered $ St le city. Night calls answered * t. t [ MARMACY. f RAFT'S lixture nd mules han colic, y^r^f^rSKSiffi n the cor- My f * flf%/Y ks so sud- IS li^.%/ P A that it is vSh ye the an- | life- .. , ves rt-nei "" ^ I Ixid after- colic in first 9MGf >. 25 years. ' , *ry horse owner should hoop on liund( / time a supply of this u .iicdy. The: csulis ire always attained by applye Mixture in the earlier stages be-: he spa .**. " pa'it have .,,(i ,y 1 i\ y of the animal. c only A k -er':' Colic Mixti re |*j true uiu; .. remedy. e. Bottle. Sold by ; 1 rp-s> .v iv- rrj Bros. ! <h * 1 v? ?? ?-t v?T\ -'-i ' ^ a>.f *. > ' jj , Mia N JIM tt**j * ' \Vfc c^^V) ' 1 I (wv$ i hp) i, vip* ** ?v^i <Y>nMj i n |:j/?t4|' " "" mo irrAni r p.vr 1/ ^1! ~ ALI I Y AND PJJR1TV 1 L OTHERS $|jjj rMj meet || 'c ?bf iistxi H In HERN COTTON OH. CO. Cp? *] CARD!.WAS AND GEORGIA. / I Wo Matter V 1 [ come here every departm* t gain story to tell yon, H ^ gathered here and there tl j Great Bargain C ^ Comforts from 75 cents up. ] I Men's fine shoes at 95 cents. | Men's Suits at $2.25 and up. , Mon's Llats at 45 conts and i \ 25 cents. A full line of Ladies Jackets? [ lot of Capes?must be sold regai Neckties, Collars, Cloves, Ui | other things to bo sold as chap ? see R. MILES, IMS! We now have in stock and complete line of Coffins ant ock embraces ALL SIZES AND From the plain, cheap Coffin tip to *11 and see us or seud us your order ive a doath in your family. Prices Lancaster Me Lancaster, S. C., Oct, 23, "02tl. Wm MMBB NffKUtw IT P, To Exchan \t th e C Wc are now taking S leal and Hulls to be ' ) II begins operating, on .Uv> IDb. vOluun i? fsf) lV>r* s /?"> <*> 11 ~ ^ ~ ~ TT., *\J \J If,.. ?j. j?_.i <J < : O Ji ,.i lbs, Sc A f , -c-f ,>, * r ^ |M tscni piiccs 01 s< ; cotton seed meal at < j pou i n i s, a nil liis hul unci red. For cattle feed .,500 lbs. Hulls equ 300 " Lleal .,300 lbs. Cattle Fooc So therefore we give i ^r proportion, more n< asily digested than co ear 2 pounds of food fc Chis to wagons at t Kershaw When You ;nt has its little bar- ! ere are a few items ( ! * iroughout this ! living Store. Blankets 50 cents up. ' , Ladies fine shoes $1.00. * i Boy's Suits 00 cents up. i up. Children's Hats at ' I -must go at any price. A < rdless of cost. M aderwear and numerous g is the cheapest. Call and g I The Bargain Giver. ? INS! COFFINS! I will continue to keep, i Burial Caskets. Our 01TAT.TTTP.S Hi VJUUA X IJUkJi the handsome Metallic Cases. when so unfortunate as to within the reach of all. jrcantile Co. f A . - a ge Seed )il Mill. eed in exchange for A,Y. ~.i --1 n^iivujcu wucn our following basis : ed Iloai equals Seod > ills equals 1.00 sed. * :ed Lid:, gels a man )yy2 cents a sack of lis at 21 ]/2 cents a Ing purposes we give als 500 lbs. Seed 450 44 1 for 550 lbs. seed, i cattle food of bet i ourishing and more tton seed, and give )r i pound of seed. ^ ;he mill only. Oil Mil! '