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ANOTHER REPUBLICAN HAS
BEEN ORDERED TO LEAVE
The Broth rr-in-Law of Tolb«r1. M*ntion«d
For Po*tm«*t®r At AhbAvlllA. Sent Off.
A H«W •< Ph<wn‘« Th t Afternoon to
Ori«n gm For Common Protection.
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A frtMMMN P*njr mMMtif at Ht«*
VDm»* Mr W J. tf#*v«# **4
Mr •*! Mr* W 1. (NRHi **M «H
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llt*t IWil* fttwirr-t iM Mr. H*st»h
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la. sgwmltftg ft wwck wltl frlewds tn 4
Mrm Misoft. vlft as lit #l*
4*r of It* HmMM Eplernpel rkwrl,
la lotft) ftt lit# ftrtnui* oft
• vMi lit Mrs J. IV Merrt*.
Mr* llPirlt ftft4 htr 111 [lt <laeght*f»
Moo tM rtiumtl from • pMmm frit*
Mr Um Orwi ni a iwat at Mr
Mr KaJe Hickary ram. ha< k an Fri
lai from ft short rlftl to tHa laouniaM
much lm|fovf4 la heftltlt,
Mr ftft4 Mrs. T. E Non-all *:»«*
Monday with ftirnde in Augusta,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1. ntfort also went
do an to ihr ctty on Monday.
Mr Car! Hill and Mr. U-alio Culver
amt doaa to Astruai* on buslnasa on
Mr. R. C. I|. ( «|. aara ha had fcusl
n»«a la A u rust a too on Monday, hr
adda that tha animals ware latereuting
and ths musk fin.
A phanat pound party took place
at Mi. A ion an Hots man's on Thursday
Miss Ellin McDonald has raturnsd
from a pleasant slsii to Augusta and
Wheelese. to tha drlght of Jiar many
friedde. Just In lima to attand an oys
tar supper a* Little Pinas.
Mr. 8. Fhlifisy was In tha village on
Mrs. Joseph Phillips spent part of
tha s-aak In Augusta, returning to Ran
Jrserh't on Friday.
Mr. WHI F. Musa has Just returned
from El’ls. where his friends have vied
with each other to make every day of
his furlough pass delightfully.
Miss Oertrude Phillips, one of Orove
town'a prettiest and brightest maidens.
Is new in Augusta, where aha remains
visiting friends and relatives for a fort
Sir. Car! nths-.n left us for Augusta
on Friday. He will be missed by a
large circle of friends, to whom his
wonderful musical genius gives great
delight. He Is an Improvisator of great
ability and some of h's compositions
are marvellously beautiful.
Mr. Fsmuel I-okey Is h-re on a visit
to his eldest daughter, Mrs. Minsutn.
at the Walton c< tinge.
Mr. Leo Wilson, of At'auta. Is still a
guest at Mr. Wylie Hoffman's planta
tion. It la rumored that flrovetown Is
seen to hove another pretty wedding.
V s* Ma-y Willie Heggle and Mias
Mattie It. B ent went ur» on Thursday
for a short visit to Mr. A. Bb nt'» plan
Miss Carrie Lee Clifford and Mr. Al
c. Clfford leave us Sunday for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chapman at
Ts LECiRAM DIDN’T GO
Put the Pa : r 'id to the ollce
Lottie Gilbert and Daisy Truitt pick-;
od out the Westom Union Telegraph 1
i "'ce as a place to raise a disturbance
!»gt night. They partook of stimulants
end went lo the offl-e. They des'red to
e»nd a telegram, they informed ’ the
rv-k He informed them that *' » tele
gram rotild not reach the point des red
that night. They took offence at that
etat»m’nt an' raised quite a disturb-'
r.n-e. The end of it all was an arrest
and detention at police station.
CTfcD AS PILOT.
Ca'vin Smith Was SI owing the Sol
diers the Sights
Caivin Smith, a colored boy. took the
job of piloting -everal soldiers around
the City last night. They tempted Cal
vin. and ho - 'irtooTE of strong drink.
Ft.suit: Calvin gets before tha raaard
e: today, and is fined $7.50.
Tha marriage cf Mia* Kata Pftllar*
to Mr. Edwin Latimer la announsed
for Nov. loth at 3:30 p. m. at the home
of the bride. No cards.
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util fiam Inal lon*.
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Fourth *r«ntt#. N't* Tori, rata*
. J.»*u#* of Ih# varimiß roll#*#* whtrh
I h*v# ati*tao to r#r#|** CuHan youn*
I mm. and *f»t>llr*nt* may rrr#lv* all
I Information from him.
5T MA -V’s EPIS
The Improvementa That Ara to Re
I Tha rector of ihla church, th* Rev.
Juhn F. Porter. g«e» north neat week,
endeavoring to secure funds to estab
| llsh a par'll) school entirely free for
th* colored children of tht* church. He
Is very much In earnest and h-tles-es,
i with Bishop Nelson, that the one way
j to make hta church powerful for good
is by securing the coming parents sn<l
Interesting those of today through their
[ children and their love for them,
t Perhaps no church In this city can
'show during the past few months such
s healthy growth and awakening to its
I own needs.
The services on. Sunday afternoon will
[close with the subject matter tn be us
ed In the pulpits o? the northern
churches for the purpose Indicated.
IT WA GLASSES
That He Prake and Not the
Freeman TValker, colored, went Into
e store cn lower Broad street last
night. He was after purehns'ng a
lamp, he told the proprietor.
While tlio latier was engaged In get
ting devn a lamp from the sbrif, Free
man happened, to knr e't over the glas
ses that were on the show case and
smashed the whole laycut.
No, he was not drunk. He was ar
rested and appeared at the rourt cf
Judge Paxter this mm tag. The Jud:;<>
decided that while the g'cpce had
been smashed the eighteenth had not.
been broken, as 't was an accident, j
Freeman was dismissed.
PWIV TE JOHN WALSH
f C <mpsny E. PI d Lest Night at
11 s Pome.
Private John Walsh, cf Co E, Fee
r- d Geor-ia rerlrent. died last night
of raralysis of the heart.
Mr. Walsh’s den'b was sudden and
a shock to hie mo t friends. Thursday
he <~ns up ard artarently in h's usual
health. Yesterday be complained of j
feeling badly and grew gradually :
worse until last night when he passed I
Ths funeral cecurred at 3 o’clock this
akemcon from St. Patrick’s church .
and was lergsHy attendsd by th» i
SriSD&i snd somrsdta of tha (Phased.
Mr. Wtlth waa 38 years cf age. He
w«s one of she first volunteers of Co. |
E and was one of the most popular ’
men In the company. j
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tio* at Orm.nod *iml rnljnlaini
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lata'f by wir* to n*. with a view to
»dv!«ln« nr whilbtr or > .nrb roadl
lloe of ta*arr*rtk>a or dlotarbanr* ft
l*t* a* juatiJM. tb« ¥< dcral autborltta*
la iDtarffrlai to aupt>r«aa It. John W.
Orlnt*. Attorary (i*n*raL'‘
To jrhlrh th* fotlotrlnc reopen** war
•‘Amlrraoa. S, C., Nor. 11—At»c.rn*y
G*n*ral. Waahlogtcn. D. C,My In
formation la that there waa mtmh rlot
tnit enar Grem«"ocd and Phoenix on
Wedneaday. Peroral neyroe. were kill*
*d and wounded. One whit# man wa*
killed and several wwmdeA Tburoday
there was a'so acme rioting, but th#
rendition aaa quieter My Information
I* that It la quiet there now. thonah
the community la very much excited.
From a 1! Information 1 have. I think
Federal Intervention la too late now.
It reams the mob* are especially anx
ious to get the Tolberts, and I am In
formed that they are new sefely out
of reach. Intense excitement atilt
prevails there, but no violence exists
rrw. Will wire fur!her tomorrow.
Frnest F. Cochrau, Assistant United
A FATAL FIRE.
A nichi"au Town VI Ited by a
Destructive Conllayr lion.
Owosso, Mich., Nov. 13.—Th* village
of Perry, south of this city, was visited
l>y a tcirlble fire today. Rowe ffc Co.'s
large livery barn, with contents, was
burned to the ground. Charles Tajftyr,
one of the proprietors, and family, liv
ed over th- barn. Mrs. Taylor, tier
daughter and an old man named Chirk,
were burled beneath the fallen roof.Und
burned to death. The building was Sud
denly enevlooi-d In flames, and they
could not escape. Mr. Taylor got out
frtgh'.'ully burned. Dr. Compton,a vet
erinary surgeon, and a boy, who slept
In the r.flire, escaped. The cause is un
known. A dozen horses, carriages, a
cattle and some hay and grain
were burned. The village has no water
President at pnointnieefs.
Wa hington, D. C., Nov. 12. The
p OBid nt has made the following ap
polntn.en.s: Richard Guenther of
Michigan to be consul general of the
United Siatcs to Frankfort, Germa
ny; Frank If Mason of Ohio consul
general to Berlin, Germany.
J. Miller Walker has on hand the
flne?/t stock of underwear see® la the
city in a long tin;*, H« tviahsi aspoe
ially to diract th. attsntion of th# sol
diers to this pc.)-aular Une. His atook I
of hubsidashef;- is ccmplste ta avery
dstail. Ii you wish anything in bis
ltn* bo sur* w give him a nail.
D. W. Johnson of Philadelphia is ai
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tint iaßpo Vs (Ba Sm*riemm
<‘o.rrr iAAkmArA in dwltnlA* U) rti4*
tB AB/ d**re* from thatr demand that
ftpals should «*d* th* Philippines to
th* rated pate* Pali report of
proceedings of the joint comm salon
continue to ha received dally by the
state departmm»t, sad those eaaltl* the
prealdent and Ms advt#*rs to under
stand thoroughly every mm* mad* by
It hi not dea'ed her* that matters
I* Paris Have assumed a serious as
pect. Washington officials say they
have seen nothing yet to change their
opinion that the dpsntard* trill even
tually arqu'ean* In th* American po
sition without: going to the extreme
of btaaklng off negotiation# That Is
* net an unalterable opinion, however,
1 for the officera of the administration
1 realize that the Spanish authorities
are capable Of making some foolish
move without regarding the conse
The view of the administration was
every wll **proved today bp on* of
1 Me highest offirlal*. in the remark:
The Spanish government will not
break off the negotiations If they are
men of senae, which I sometimes yery
THE DIFFERENCES S TTI.ED.
And the Striking fllners at Vlrden
W II Go to W ork.
Cnrlinvllle, Nov. U. The dlffer
-1 ence* between the Chtcago-Vlrden
coal company at Vlrden and Auburn,
and the striking miners, Is settled and
! the shafts will soon he In operation.
! The company agreed to pay the stale
| scale of forty cents per ton, hut did
not want to tear down the stockade.
: Final!;' the company accepted the of
fer of the miners that they take It
down and charge the company noth
-1 ing for the labor.
TM tl' P r Cent. 111.
Sprlngfeld, 111.. Nov. 12. Advices
from ireml>or« of the Flight!) Illinois
volunteifs. ctriornow at Santiago,
1 state that full:' 30 p'r cent of the regi
ment is In the hospitals. The Twen
ty-Third United States Infantry Is on
. camped across the hill from the Etgh
! teenth Illinois, and yellow fever has
made its appearance In the camp of :
the regulars, and communication be
| tween the two camps is forbidden.
Mil ionaire Foun t Dead.
Cincinnati, Nov. 12. John C.
I Roth, county treasurer and millionaire
pork'packer, was found on the third
floor of the packing house on Ocst
street today, dead, with his head
crushed between the floor room and
freight elevator. It Is not known
whether he slipped and fell or fell
from heart disease, to which he was
I ette |From McKinley.
Kokomo, Ind., Nev. 12. Mr#.
Jamas Joa»s lists r*c*lv*<! a lattar
from Prasidawt MaJCtclay. War Uus
i baud was aa artilleryman Idllad by
the pramatuse discharge of a uannpn
saluting the prosidsmial train when
| ti passed ihitmgh her* tlir*. «eeka ’
u«». Th# streflident expressed deep
sympathy Tor the bereft family and (
sent a check for $23. j
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TV> miiMtHig rcmsrhetdi ataty es th*
a the a*4-«» *e4t-s tk* -ka >• tad
aketetem* said m«m*i and «*■•) » .<*l
Wttkir Fair •■UMriikt w return fee
a scan 1 t»«t*rd tk* Peer* rspeiiM*.
n*Hnt> ah*l*t«*e ar* rat*. -*t>r, >altv
wf thane type* known »» tk* * Airtte
Hit* tend- •• and a* tk* Rektmoe am
I" ottala akuite and vdeUMM by legit.
tmat* |<«n kaae (sited utterly, and er
tied to steal them.
tl hen b* kite auM from God he ten
we Bed thirteen Hit* skull* aterard, and
ott* of ogr banks sir en*v*rted into a
regular graveyard, each r|*tim»r
hetag **parat*ty bagged •entirely
sealed and the cabin carefully bo M
After th* shipping of thirteen skulls
«• encountered terrltde wcatker. The
crew meannht.e had their suspl-ions as
to "uncanny" Influence Aboard, and on*
morning st hreakfaat an officer told a
•ira«* yarn. ll* saht It* was <>a
eaich during the night »hen he no.
' Deed a kyak paddled by an Rsklmn
alongside the vessel. It was had
weather, and he knout M must he a
ghostly kyak. for n<> such craft could
have been out fifty mllm from th* land
on such a night. Added to which h*
staled that the kyaker had no diffi
culty In keeping up with the ship. To#
Eskimo hailed the watch and herd
waving and hecknning with myrt.-ri. ua
gesture* and a threatenlbd tone In M>B
exclamations. Poddenly, h* vanished,
to reappear alongside a few minutes
later, halting the ship with a movwiful
wall. The sky was lit up by the vivid
northern lights, so the officer stated
that h* saw distinctly what sultaeouent
ly took place.
Out of the hatchway cam* a proces
sion of six Eskimos walking noiselessly
along th* poop deck. They passed
through the hulwari:—not over lt--and
vanished. The kyaker disappeared at
the same time. The scientific party
left the breakfast table and' went to
the locked graveyard hunk. Six of the
skulls were missing from the bugs. The
seals were unbroken, and were ap
parently the same that we had affixed.
The remaining hone* and skulls, with
the chief's skeleton, are now the prop
erty of the Academy of Natural
Science*, irk Philadelphia. The six mis
sing.skulla have never oecn heard or.
Most of the crew r*fuse<l to go another
voyage in the Kite, which they de
clared to he haunted by ’ Huskies" In
search of their desecrated hones.
I give you the story Just as it oc
curred. We cannot explain it. If the
crew had conspired to steal the hones
to "lay" the “Husky" ghosts, why did
they take only six skulls, and how did
they manage not to disturb the seals?
The abstraction of the skplis made no
difference—so the sailors declared—to
the "Husky” apparitions with which
they said the ship was constantly
Broke His Arm.
This morning while FM Cavally, the
eight year old son of Mrs. Cavally, of
West Find, was playing circus with a
crowd of little hoys, he fell and broke
his arm. Medical attention was im*n'-
dlately given him and he Is resting as
easily as could be expee cd.
Will Turner, the three monihs old
son rtf Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, died
yestprday afternoon of cholera Infan
tum. The funeral services were held
at three o'clock this afternoon from j
the residence. No. 1512 f-2 Silcox :
street, and the remains will he taken 1
to Oranitevillc for Interment.
. Miss Jennie Davie of Thomson Is j
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dunaway,
on Wright’s avenue.
Miss Effie Wylie of Thomson is tire j
guest of Mis# Stanford. Miss Wylie
is down to attend the Thompson-
Tulltt Paper, largs packets, 10 aan.W;
ibiwe for 2* cent#, at Alexander Drug
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and Wrtchlbove road. Th# three-room
of* at* la to he nurd tm offirea and
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stating of Captain L. O. Berry, naat.t
ant adjutant general. Lieut. W. O. .
Welt)on. Tenth O. V. 1., adjutant;
! Lieut. William Morronr, aide; Lieut. :
D. E. Nolan, aide; Maut, W. O.
Meade, ordnance officer*. Captain Mc-
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here several day*.
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ty-fifth are Colonel Irish, command
ing: Major Barber, the surgeon of the
First battalion; Major H. H. fland-
Uolt*. of lb* Second; Battalion Major
J. S. riKox: cf the Third battalion.
Major O'Brien Atkinson and Adjutant
F. H. Idem*.
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Comany E, rn'sed in Alplna. Mleh.
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Prince and Second Lieut. HnmmclJ.
Company C. raised In Petoskey,
commanding by Second Lleuiant Ir
Company M raised in Oakland and
Brighten nunties; Cantr'd David
Kimball. First LiPilt. Ralph McCoy and
Second Lieutenant Geo. Ball.
Company L. rnUrd in R?:d City:
Certain William FlelFchtr.nner and
Second Lieutenant ITenr;.' Ripley.
Company B, raised at Island Lake:
Captain Buckingham. First Lieutenant ;
White and Second Lieutenant Collver.
Company H, raised In Midland roun
; ty; Captain .Thorabnrn and Second
Company K, raised in Marshall and [
\ Charlotte counties; Lieutenant Fcun- j
Company A, raised in Penwster; !
First Lieutenant Kramer.
Company I> raised at Dundee; Cap- '
tain J. B. Haynes. F'irst Lieutenant S.
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Company I. of the northern penin
sula, Lieutenant Charles Chapman.
Second Lieutenant Charles Adkins.
Company CL rc'sed in Van Duren
county; Captain N. F. Simpson. First j
Lieutenant H. Bush and Second Lieu- i
tenant B. E. Crockett.
Company F, raised in Detroit and j
Port Huron; Captain J. M. Gleason, j
First Lieutenant H, F. S.kes and Sec- !
ond Lieutenant'B. J. Bishop.
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east and west and the camp is getting
In order in a wonderfully short tlm®.
The camp will Just he assuming the
proper sliap when the First Maryland
will arrive. It ietcher here probably
law this afternoon.
Recruit McAndrews of Lexington, ’
Kj.-., joined troop L yesterday.
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. the •*«* Chat t a MeCaau. a t-sula
nf lather gullivaa. tarn Mad that a*
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ed Mrs. Atklaanm he -«utd rut them all
tn piee*a with bit katfe. Lot her Aultt
\ >.n then got mad and Mil tr Charlie:
"Yea. that'* the arty you talk to 'ha
•him people" Charlie MeCaau llvaa
with Mr Jchn Hutara and la looked
upon aa hetag a straight-forward ae
Mr Jamea Steal# xraa the last to tea
' tffjr. He was saroru and aa’dr "I wvs
up here In the (nrtog. xrorkin# 'he
road, and I heard some of the darkle#
say that Jim MeKie said that the na
groea Intended to get rtd of all fha
white people between Cheatham’# atora
and the Martlntrivw road and Adama
etore. stsive Republican ehureh and If
ih»y riuld do that they would (meao
ing Jim MeKie and the leadtag ne
groes) put up a store and build a large
halt at Mr. Jchn Atklnaon's place I
never thought any more about tt until
1 beard that Mrs. Atkinson was killed.
I had Just moved to Mr, McClendon's.
A* .con 9* I heerd that Mra. Atkinsua
had hern raurdned I remembered th#
firmer conversation. This waa in May,
IS9R Jim MrKlc via* the rood ovtr
reer. I was the roly white man on the
road." Mr. Steele Is a responsible raw
end every Juryman believes whnt ha
testifies lo as being the Irulh.
AH the evidence from the beginning
up to today pointed directly to Jim
MrKlc and Luther Sullivan as doing
the killing ant' that Wash MeKie laid
the plana, nnd It I* believed that th"?#
ere ethers Implicated yet.
Solicit *r William J. Thurman, of
Edgefield, crndtcled the examination.
He car fully examined the r-ltncMe*
and r.nd drew out exery possible i»olnt
Tho tes lmcny censed about J o'clock
au.l in t-vcniy-flvc minutes the Jury re
turn'd a verdte , as follows;
"We. the jury of inquiry over tha
body of Mrs. Alice Uklnaco, llnd, ac
cording -o the evidence, that Mrs. At
kinson ctme tr hsr death from a gun
shot wound fire-1 by Jim MeKie and
Luther fU Hlvnn, and that Wash McKlo
was occrssory tr ’lie crime."
(Signed.) P. B. Lanham. James
Reece. M D. Lycn, John Floyd. J. F.
Atkins, Dan McClendon,R. W. Glover,
W. J. Hrrlfng, B. F. Renew, T. E.
Miller. William Hutson, T. N, Tim
Wash MeKie has been located au 1
will be lodged In jail as soon as tho
sheriff tan go after him.
The white eitlzene through this
country ere well organized and are de
termined to put a stop to this society's
lawlessness jn the night time. Every
one is satisfied tlytjt Mrs. Atkinson's
murder was planred in one of these
scclety meetings by the leading ne
A Woodlawn Baptist
Rev. J. E. Duren will conduct ser
vices at Woodlawn Baptist church at
II a. m, and So. m. Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
night at 5 o'clock, conducted by the
New York Futures.
New York, Nov. 12.—Futures opened
quiet. Nov. 3.00. Dec. 5.10. Jfltx. 0.13,
Feb. 3.17. Murcli 3.22. April 3.26, May
5.31. June 5.34, July 5.37, Aug. 5.41,
Sept. 5.43, Oct. 5.41.