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fi1 it~ ISTHMUS
STIRRING EVENTS FOLLOWING SECCES
SION OF PANAMA.
The United States Recognizes De Fact
Government and Colombia Lodges
Washington, November 8.-Fol
lowing the secession of Panam
from Colombia on last Tuesday, th,
events of the past several days ma;
be briefly summed up:
On Friday the United States gov
ernment recognized the de fact
government of Panama, and re
quested its representatives in Panv
n)a and Colombia to so notify them
It was understood that the sent
ment of the people on the isthmit
towards the United States was ver
friendly, and that Panama wante
independence, annexation, or ans
thing that would insure the cot
struction of the Panama canal an
the consequent prosperity of th
ist h In us.
Tile United States governmei
sent a number of warships to th
istimus to look after the interest
of American citizens.
On Saturday it was announce
that M. Bruneau-Varilla had bee
appointed as agent of Panama in th
United States. Mr. Varilla came t
Washington and was received.
WILD RUMORS ON THE ISTHMUS.
Colon, November 8.-Up to tc
night no news has been receive
from Bocas del Toro. The Unite
States cruiser Atlanta sailed fc
there last night. The steam launc
which was sent to Bocas del Tot
on Thursday night to capture th
place in the interest of the ie
Republic has not returned. It
reported that the UnitedStatesgu
boat Nashville has gone to Cart:
Wild rumiors are in circulatic
here that the Americans and oth<
ferei gn residents of Bogota are beit
massacted. The rumors are ii
confirmed and are looked on asalt
Colon last night gave itself u
entirely to popular demonstration:
Bands of music paraded the streel
until early this morning, playin
national and A-nerican airs.
He1LI.TLiSS LITTI.E COLOMNIA.
Washington. Novelmber 8.--]
was learned in official circles t(
night that the U nitedl States<
Colombia has lodged a p)rotest wit
the State dlepartmlenit against th
action of the United States in cot
nection with1 the events which hav
Occurred 01n the isthmIns of IPati:
Washington, Novembher 8. -Th:
Associated Press can announIce the~
M. Phillippe Buneau Varilla will h:
receivedl by ertayHay tomno1
row morning at the State dlepart
mient and duly recognized as nminis
ter p)lenipotent iary and1 envoy extra
ordinary of the newv Republi" c
Panama to the Uniitedl States.
Better Than Pills.
The question ha; been askedl-In wvha
way are Chamberlain's Stomach an
Liver Tablets sulperior' to the ordlinar
cathartic and liver pills? Our answve
is--They are easier andl( more pleasan
to take and their effect is so gentle an
so agreeab)le tha~t one hard(ly realize
that it is produced by a medicine
Then they not only move the bowel:
b.ut improve the ap)petite andl aid th<
dligestion. For sale at 25 cents lpe:
bottle by W. E. P'elham & Son, New.
berry, S. C., andl Prosperity D)rug Co.,
Prosperity, S. C.
Knights of Pythias,
Newbherry s,oag No. r;y
L7 odge wvill he held on the 2nd andn
4Ith Tuesdiay nighits of each month at
8. 00. Visiting K nights cordlially wel.
comned. TI 10S. E. EPI"lGN.
K(. oif R. and S.
Crotwell Ilotel Ruilding.
0r u-MI 5.5 cents to 0.
m-.n. 9orc, Colo, Hivef
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N Notice cf Filial 80t11i111on! and Iflialic
fXNOTICE is HEREBY GIVENJ
..Athat I will make a final settlement
on the estate of Arie Leit zsey, minor,
in the Probate Court for Newberry
County, S. C., on Monday, 30th day of
November, A. D., 1903, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, andl will immred iately
tthereafter ap)ply for letters dismrissory.
t .JNO. D)AVIS,
I ~ As Guardian for saidl Minor.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 241, 1903.
A LARGE NUMBER of towni
houses are goinig to be pailntedl in
the near future wvit h thle Longmian
& Martinecz L4. & M. Pnre Paints.
H-ouses wheni painted wit h these
paints never grow shabby even a fter
18 to 21 years.
4 gallons of L4ongmIan & Martinez
Paints. and 3 Gallons Linseed Oil
addedC(, will pain1t a mioderate sizedI
Thew maniufacturers give liberal
(uiantities of I,. & M. P'ainit to
Thle-se Celebrated Paints are sold1
the Bowel Troubles of
ChIldrenof Any ,19o.
Aids Digestion, IgtjIjt:'
P9~WD9R$) the 13,wels,Strengthe;
t at pMog 4 the Child and Akcs
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