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SOUTH -CAROLINA NEWS.
Items of More of Less Interest Con
densed in the State.
WVaier R!nenberg. a m ::
which he died.
A negro becanie entangled in'
the machinerv in the -il mill at
Pickenz and received injuries fron'
which he died.
The high school building at An
derson' recently destroyed by fre.
will be replaced with. the isurancL
money an( 82.000 apppriat by
the city council.
Twelve schools in Fairfield coun
ty have already raised the necessarv
$io to receive the benefnts of the
Aull Library act passed by the re
Governor Heyward has received;
quite a number of applications for:
the place of Treasurer Free. ot
Barmwell, who was suspended re
cently on account of a shortage of
over a thousand dollars in his ac
Boyd. Bailey. aged 16 years. was
sl,t and instantly killed. at the
home of his parents in Spartan
burg county. on Wednesday morn
ing by his i 2-year-old brother. The
boys were playing with an old cal)
The coroner's jury in the case of
Richard Johnson. the negro taken
from the guard house at Holly
Hill and shot on February 8th. has
charged D. A. Hart. the town mar
shal. with the crime. andl he has
been committed on the charge of
There were forty-five convictions
in the Charleston city court on Mon
dlay morning against parties charg
ed with violating the dispensary
ordinances. netting Si.225. nearly
every dollar of which was paid on
the .spot. Nearly every defendant
submitted to a ine of S2;.
A south-bound freight on the
Southern railway. traveling at a
high rate .of speed. on Monday
rushed on a portion of track near
Bonhanis which seems to have been
underminded bv recent rains. the
train being derailed and six heavily
loaded frieght cars being wrecked.
Two men who were stealing a rile
were bad!v cut about the Icet and
legs. A uegro who was stealin
a ride has not been heard from,
It is reported from Anderson that
a few nights ago Mr. A. S. Cooper.
who has been for several months
the agent of the Southern railway
at Hlonea Path. quietly took his
trunk from the hotel and left for
parts unknowvn. It was found that
he had left mo'ney to pay his hotel
bill and it is thought that he Settled
all his bills in town and was straight
in his aecounts with the railroad.
It is said that there is the inevi
table woman in the case and that
one of the most prominent women
of the town could give all
the facts in the case if she would.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
items of More of Less Interest Con
densed Outside the State.
A limited express collided with
a freight near Kewvanee. Miss. oin
Tuesday. resulting in the death; of
five railwvay empployes and the in
jury of several others.
John Kennedy. a train robber
sentenced to be hanged at Roa
noke. \~a.. on next Mlonday. killed
the negro left by the jailer to guard
him and escaped. getting to the
ground from an upper window by
using a rub)ber hose.
While removing rubbish fr' m a
cellar in D3altimore on Tuesday twc
wvorkmnen were buried under tons
of brick fromn a falling wvall. Their.
lives were saved by a large wire
screen which had fallen over them
in such a way as to partially pro
tect them. Both men had their
right legs broken.
The house committee on reform
in the civil service has authorized
a favorable report on the resolu
tion for a record of each suspension
of the civil service law and rules
since its operation and the names
of persons taken into government
service since its suspension. It
se es tht+here is to be nother in
estigvation of a department of the I
I tn nt Carl i teseke retilc
1f !r1n G any..ater a c!I
. t p e I fe..
m t 4wo Sn. resIpLectiVely 12
anId .,ars oid. endea a a
t1rV a1cadem. n<ihiSeIl with a
cyanIid of ptasiumi1. which he
SecIjinly(v inserted in tile m1('th of
eCh in the - forn of a pill af tr
they had gone into a drunken sleep.
I I e died ho01ling hiS Wife'S h I I .:
CONQUEST OF EUROPE.
Peter the Great's Bequest to Russia
"Raise Wars Continually."
In the archives of the palace of
Peterhoff. near St. Petersburg.
there lies one of the most remark- I
able documents ever penIed. says
the London Chronicle.
This is nothing more nor less
than a plan for the Russian con
quest of Europe, drawn up by the
hand of Peter the Great, and be
queathed by him in the form of
a testament to his successors. It
was reproduced. thirty years ago.
in a Gernsey paper. and in the light
of present (lay events contains
much interesting reading.
In the first clause Peter gives the
Keep the Russian nation in a
constant state of warlike readiness.
and the soldier prepared for battle
anld warlike activity: choose the
mo10,t opp-rtune mioimentz for a,-!
re~ss1io and thus make peace serve
the ends of war. and war prolote.
the objec-.; of peace. in the inter
est of the aggrandizement and
,row,1ig prosperity of Russia.
Secondly, he urges Russia to
gather together. during PLeace.
learned men from the several most
ntelligent natiolls of Europe. that
the Russian nation May profit by
the advance of other countries. In
the third clause lie advises minis
ters to mix themselves on ail oc
ca:sion inl the negotiatior.; and di
agreements of the people I r
i.%rope. andi. above aI" tiose o!
t' rmtn, vhich. frl its cv
Thek-n ;lw in1strutionXv for
1ubjuton of olan. v i:cll -11
cIiudes wvith the craftv suggestitn
ha.if thek nIg-Qhbonrin- P (-:oD_
-. dtIfnculties, they Sli'd hI
So!thed for a time by apportioninl
shares in such a manner that the
gift MaV he revoked.
Take the most von can from
Sweden andl cause her to attack von..
whlichi will give youi pretext for1
subju;igating her. It will serve tis
view to ist date her fromi Denmark.
and D)enm'ark fromP Sweden. or to
roster carefully their rivalry.
WVith regard to England Pete.r
counsels is country to cultivate.
alliance with her in commercial
matters in p)referenice to all others.
The next advice tendlered to Ruis
sia is signicant:
Encroach as far as possible in
the dlirection of Constantinople and
thw Inidies. He who reigns. there
will be the true ruler of the wvorld.
To work this out, raise wars con
tinually-at onie time against Tur
key, at an other against Persia:
hasten the dlecay of Persia and pen
etrate to the Persian Gulf: estab)
lish. if possible. via Syria. the an
cient commerce of the East, and
pulshl onwardls to the Indies, which
are the entrepot of the world. (Oncie
there vou nleedl not fear the g(old(
Swveden dV amembered. Persia
vanquishted. Poland subjugated.
the Black Sea and the Baltic swept
by our fleet. and secretelv. flrst to
thle ( ourt of \~arsailles. and hen to
that of \'ienna. to share wit them
te Empire of the world.
P eter then explains that, if etih
er of these Powers fall int'' the
schemle, thle other can be conquer
ed easily, and. hlaving (lone this, the
newv ally is to b)e p)rompltly crushed.
leaving Rulssia in possession ofr all
the East andl the major p)art oi Eu
F'inallh. Peter the Great's re
markable testament concludles by
advising Russia in the evenlt of both
Powers refusing the offer of Rus-j
sia. to excite quarrels between
them andl make one exhaust the
Then seizing- a dclisive moment.
Russia vill pour <down her aries.
Irdl ' etCentratell. on erillav.
.11". at th .11 a':-' 17 k (I I ICent. t\ 1*. ;1
ilnie l1tf r t h iI.
'lher fr im thet not i .\reha:np.: !.
atik<d w i .\:iat ic hrnes. unm,W
tI tIle. r 01( 11' U11''il.
>f the iack :mdd I'.ON,e eas *
vaIin aln !h v . L.ed iaren,
p.~~~~ I Icica I fhk I * LI
pin wXlilc.lli Russ.ia rcevivectl
the g-c-aicst oi '1er rul!'L.n f,,r 01i,
ilIraitdI1 Oh the contitneilt.
mI'rnc and the that we do
- -lar(est ilnels i Seeds in the
;4anhe(Irn States, enables us to
supply every requirement ini
GARDEN AND FARM SEEDS
to the very best advantage, both
as regards quality and price.
Truckers and Farvers
reqairing large quantities of Seeds
are requested to write for special
pri . If you have not received
a copy of W OOD'S SEE]) BWOK
for94, write forit. Thereis not
another publication anywhere
that approaches it in the useful
and practUcal informration that
It gives to Southern farmers
Wood's Seed Book will be mailed fee
on request. write to-day:
do not delay.
TWs Wood& Sots, Seedsnmen,
RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,2001
A man working by the day is paid
for th... :iue he. puts in at work, bu4t
when that man saves a dollar for his
days labor it works for him nights,
a well as days; never lays off on ac
count of bad weather and never gets
ick, but goes right on earning him
an income. It's a nice thing to work
for money, but it's much nicer to~
have money working for you. Try
it-open a savings account with us
and get some money working for you.
Nake a deposit in the Savings de.
partment today and let it begin to
work for you. Interest computed at
per cent January 1 and July 1 of
ISmall Savings are the Stepping
Stones to success and plenty
$1.00 a month deposited in our
Vill in 10 years amount to $ 146 60O
$5.00 will in 10 years
amnount to - - - - 300
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - -:$1460 00
We want your business.
Have ample facilities to
accommodate our cus
The Commercial Bank
of Newbeny, S. C,
SPAPE OR STYLE,
R :. Ier I nmr, t the same
S-:mdli at i a oways ready to serve
it;, 0:i . th rv er bet of Jewelry,
V atcle. Poliet Articles and every
:J.- to be ;ui.: a First Class
M v bus!iness in Optical Goods has
greatlv increased aiso, showing my
kr:o*. !edge a::d ability in fitting
Si ectacles and Glasses.
New Sterling Silver just received;
n.ew ideas and new goods, also
quladruple plated goods, Whiting
Mfg Co's, Derly Silver Co., Bene
dict & Rodgers.
Yours for a prosperous new year.
J. GUY DANIELS.
16Onces 1 Ponid!
ask us how many
ounces there are in the
pound weight we use
in our drug store.
Some seem to think
that we only give 12
ounces in one pound.
We want to assure
everybody that when
ever they buy drugs at
Mayes' Drug Store
they will always get 16
ounces to the pound,
no matter whether it is
a pound of pure Cream
Tartar, Epsom Salts,
or any drug or chemi
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TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Jno. C. Wilson, Esq., Probate Judge.
tAHEREAS, Jas. D. Kinard hath
made suit to me, to grant him
Letters of Administration of the estate
if and effects of Mary A. Kmnard.
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and si-gular the kindred and
~reditors of the said Mary A. Kimard,
3eceased, that they be and appear be
ore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
eld at Newberry on Friday,March 4th
iext, after publication thereof, at 11
'clock in the fo;enoon, to show cause,
fany they have, why the said Ad
ninistration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this.
16th day of February, Anna,
L s -] Domini, 1904.
must have a sufficient supply of
in order to develop into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid or Nitrogen can compen
sate for a lack of potasi in
grain and all
other crop- J.
We sha1 he gad
o send tree to any
about soil cu:ture.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
New York-93: NiLqx*u s'trec'. fir
AtIgnt3t. 4u-~' n ra
People's National Bank
PROSPERITY, S. C.
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.
Burglar proof safe and insurance
re proof vitlt. We do a general
ban king la iness. We solicit your
bu,iness l'rompt and polite at
Interest alluwed in savings de
M. A. CARLISLE, 1'resident.
H. C. MOSELEY, ice-Pres.
W. W. WIiEELER, Cashier.
W. P. Pugh. W. A. Mozeley,
Jacob B. Fellers, R. -.. Luther,
Geo. W. Bowers. John B. Fellers,
J. P. Bowers, George Tohnstone,
M. A Carli-ie, I. C. Moseley, Jos.
"A True Bill."
A Fine Line of Fruits: Apples, Or
anges, Bananas, Lemons, &c. A nice
line of Canned Goods and Staple Gro
eries. Finfst Cheese in the city 15c.
the pourd. Standard Granulated Sugar
at 5c. We buy. and sell lots of produce.
See us. Will treat you right.
Counts & Dickert,
We have just opened
ur line of Valentines
nd can show you a;
ice line of both Comic
4, is the day and
ONES' is the place to
et what you want.
Call before they are
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