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TILLMAN ON HANNA.
Won His High Place 3'mpiy Through
When asked by the Washington
Post for an expression on Senator
Hanna's death. Senator Tillman said:
'Senator Hanna won a place for
himself in the Senate equaled by few
men among us simply through his
manliness. When he came to the sen
ate he was painted in lurid colors, and
the senate was suspicious of him. He
won the day in short time, however
through his manly and straightfor
ward character. He was one of the
true types of progressive. aggressi,ve
and capable American manhood that
does things. We have h-d men in
the senate more brilliant. but 2ew who
equaled Senator Hanna ii plain, hon
est manliness and effective ability. He
was at one time a very much malign
ed man: in fact during one of the lat
est talks I had with him we laughing
ly discussed our relative grievances
in that respect. I remember that I
remarked to him that if we were both
as bad as we were sometimes made
out to be we ought to be hung. 'Yes.
senator, he replied. 'I have been quite
rihevee since I came hert t.o fiid that
you were not such an unspeakable
scoundrel as I thought you were."
The Crum Nomination.
The senate committee on commerce
authorized a favorable report on
the nomination of William D.
Crilm to be colector of customs
at the port of Charleston. All the
members of the committee were not
present. but there were a sufficient
number of affirmative votes to insure
favorable action should all the ab
sentees have their vdtes recorded
against the nomination. The vote
was 8 to 5 in favor of confirmation. di
vided on party lines. The absentees I
were Senators Perkins, Stone and
Penrose. There is one vacancy on
the committee, caused by the death of
Orientals Grow Insolent.
A Chefoo dispatch says that the ef
fect of the Japanese victory is now
plainly seen in all treaty ports in in
creased insolence of Japanese, Chi
nese coolies and Orientals generally.
It is thought that in the whole of Chi
na the anti-foreign movement is grow
ing at an alarming rate.
The dismissal of Prince Su as chief
of eight hereditary princes who are
edvisers of the lowager Empress, and
the substitution of an anti-foreign
mandarin, Na Tung, is regarded with
profound disquietude by all European
residents. They fear the act is the
forerunner of a rejuvenated Boxer
*ANARCHY IN SIBERIA.
Russians Break Down and Brigands
Chinese secret service agents in
Manchuria report the condition of the
Siberian railway as deplorable. Chaos
and confusion reign everywhere. The
railroad is obstructed at se many
points that munitions of wvar and pro
visions are being piled in huge stacks.
At Irkutsk. Omsk and other stations,
even on the shores of Lake Baikal.
these pramids of derelict goods are
being dumped in masses which are in
creasing every day.
The administration has absolutely
broken down and the authorities have
lost control of themselves and the
situation. In Manchuria and in Amur
province the army is short of every
thing. Remount officers have been
scouring the country for horses. The
Manchurians, however, refuse to sell,
as the Chunchuses, the organized bri
gands of Manchuria. have sworn to
kill any who sell horses. The Rus
sian officials have tried by every
means in their power to win the good
will of the Chunchues, but to no. pur
pose. The latter have cut the rail
way at several poiints dutring the last
fortnight and have eveu given battle
to thte : rces engzagedl in repairing
damages to) the line.
That's What We Say.
A man mn dije to get his dues~
and then he may get more thani is
due. Our political leaders told us,
while .\arcus Alonzo Hlanna was
alive, that lie wvas a trickster, a briber
and everythin.; that was bad in poli
tics. Nowv that he is dead. they weep
over him and say he was a lovable
man,. that he was a dlispenser of char
itv who did his alms in secret.
RUSSIA TO FIGHT ENGLAND.
Berlin Hears That The Czar Will
Extend His Warfare.
Dispatches received from St. Peters
burg conveyed the sensational and
alarming statement that Russia is pre
paring to declare war against Eng
land. The Czar is said to be even
bold and detiant in saying that he will
show no weakness, and the invasion
of Thibet is bitterly resented by his
When this news was published it
created consternation in official cir
cles. although it was not generally be
lieved. It would appear from press
accounts that Russia has all she can
handle in trying to meet the terrible
znslaughteres of Japan, and to thro.c
down the red flag to Great Britain,
which would necessarily involve other
nations, would be an act both deplor
able and unwise.
Conflicting reports still come here
from the scene of hostilities telling of
Russian and Japanese victories. The
Russian telegraph lines are burndened
with official messages and even with
out that heavy traffic it would not be
possible for correspondents to send
(ctailed dispatches until they have
been marked by the censors.
Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh-Medicine
The two diseases are the result of an
awful poisoned condition of the blood.
If you have achin joints and back,'
shoulder blades, bone pains crippled
hands, legs or feet, swollen muscles,
shifting, sharp biting pains, and that
tired, discouraged feeling of rheuma
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eyesight, deafness,sick stomach, head
ache, noises in the nead, mucous throat
discharges, decaying teetii, bad breath,
belching gas of catarrh, take Botanic
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foulest catarrh. Cures where all else
fails. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) is com
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tion, cures dyspepsia. A perfect toic
for old folks by;giving them new, rich,
pure blood. oroughiy tested for
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bottle, with comLete directions for
home cure. Samp ffree and prepaid
by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Describe trouble and special free
medical advice sent in sealed letter.
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And finest stationery,
Ladies and gentlemen.
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Down to the lowest mark.
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Who wants to buy
Some of these things
ught to coPx, .
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t is a settled fact.I
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. H. Aull,
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E IVE MILES FROM WHITMIRES,
U918 Acres of good cotton land, on
Enoree River, good pasture land. May
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Apply to E. H. AULL,
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iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
y Jno. C. Wilson, Esq., Probate Judge.'
A7HEREAS, Jas. D. Kinard bath
made suit to me. to grant himr
etters of Administration of the estate
if and effects of M?ary A. Kinard.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said Mary A. Kinard,
deceased, that tT ey be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be I
held at Newberry on Friday,March 4th
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said Ad-!
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this
16th day of February, Anno 1
[L. s.] Domini, 1904.
JOHN C. WTITSN, .T. P. N. C.
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John B. Gordon, price
$2.75. History of Mc
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and many other his
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Will sell you goods like this:
Fancy Cream Cheese . i 5c.
New Pack Salmon Sc. can.
Best Sugar 5c. the pound.
Good Coffee, i oc. a pound.
Ve handle Sausage, Liver Pudding,
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