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GENERAL NEWS NOTES
Items of Mor or Less Interest Con
densed Throughout the World.
Pope Pius received Archbishop
Chapelle in private audience.
Louise Droisner, a female lion
ta-ner, was fatally injured by a
lirn in Paris.
Fred Strube, who killed his sweet
heart in Havana, Ill., was sentenced
to prison for life.
The Hereros broke through the
German cordon that surrounded
Them in Southwest Africa.
The biennial convention of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers was begun in Buffalo.
The North Atlantic Training
squadron arrived at Newport. R. I.,
from Hampton Roads recently.
The regular meeting of the execu
tive council of the Federation of
Labor was begun in Washington.
Arrangements were made for the
holding of the national republican
league convention in Indianapolis.
Mrs. H. M. Flagler is reported to
have been robbed of money and jew
els at a lawn party in Newport, R.
Thomas E, Waggaman filed an an
swer in Washington denying the ne
cessity of a receivership for his real
The Ottoman governmnt has de
posited $25,000 in settlement of the
claim of an American citizen at
The Japanese report that two kinds
of dum dum bullets were found
among the Russian stores captured
at Liao Yang.
Ray Clover, who is alleged to have
robbed an express car on the Ore
gon Short Line, was arrested in Yel
-The wire-drawers at the American
Steel and Wire works, at South
Sharon, Pa., struck against a 20 per
Mrs. Gertrude Roberts, who shot
Warren J. Ferguson, in New York,
was held without bail. Ferguson's
condition is critical.
County Attorney Boardman moved
in court, in Minneapolis, for the dis
* missal of all the indictments against
ex-Mayor A. A. Ames.
The Allen, Dominion and Canadian
Pacific Steamship companies have cut
rates from London or Liverpool to
Quebec from $15. to $10.
Delegates from all over the coun
try went to New York to attend the
preliminary conference of the Amer
* ican Bankers' association.
'A number of persons were stabbed
* and otherwise injured in an anti
Jewish riot at Sosnowice, near the
border of Russian Poland.
WIliam F. Sheehan denies that
there is any friction between the
-democratic executive committee and
national Chairman Taggart.
Two double-header trains collided
on the Southern Pacific near Lawton,
Nec. Two persons were killed and
several passengers were injured.
It has been shown that the confes
sion of Romaine, the deported miner,
involving twelve others in the dyna
mite outrage at Independence, Co!.,
is a fake.
The new battleship Ohio has been
delivered to Capt L C. Logan as the
representative of the government,
as a preliminary to being placed in
The Tamise, a French Indo-China
local trading steamer, bound for Ton
quin, has been totally wrecked off
the coast of Anum. All on board
The Peruvian government has ap
pointed Manuel Alvarez Calderon to
be Peruvian minister to Cuba, while
. retaining his post as minister of Peru
The Alexander Nevsky holiday was
celebrated at St. Petersburg by a re
view by the emperor on the Champ
de Mars of 4,0o0 guard troops of the
Gus. A. Henklenan, alias Sid Hall,
aged about 25, was shot and killed in
Detroit, Mich., e'hile trying to es
cape from Detectiye John Buhr, of
the city detective bereau.
The notorious Max Regis. iorme
mayor of Algiers. and a well-knowt
anti-Semite, slightly wounded M
Fontaine. a prominent sportsman. ii
a sword duel. fought in the suburb
The London Post says that Lieut
Gen. Zossalitch. who k -mmanded th
portion of the rear guard south o
the 1-un river. has been severel,
wounded and captured. with 3.00
out of his 5.ooo men.
The conference of the Interparlia
mentary Union was begun in S1
Louis Congressman Barthodlt, prc
siding. Assistant Secretaiy Loomi
welcomed the members in the nam
of President Roosevelt.
The French police forcibly expelle
the Barnabite community from thei
establishment, in Paris.
A Tyrolean dealer in titles an
decorations in various Europea
states has a regular price-list.
The Russian commission whic
has been considering the contraban
question has reached a decision fax
orable in the main, to the contention
of the United States and Great Brii
ain regarding absolute and conditior
General Kuropatkin is believed t
be drawing the bulk of his arm
northward to Tie Pass from Mukdei
The three Japanese armies, unde
Marshall Oyama. have united nort
of the Taitse river. Heavy rain
continue around Mukden.
Maryland Day was celebrated E
the World's Fair Tuesday. Ther
were speeches by President Franci!
Governor Warfield. General Baugl
man and General Brent and a pai
ade, in which the governor's staff wa
resplendent in their new gorgeou
uniforms, and a reception.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Items of More or Less Interest Con
densed Throughout the State.
Atweil C. McIntosh has been elect
ed professor in the law department I
Capt. Ladson B. McCutcheon ani
Miss Emma J. Gordon were married
at Lanes, on Tuesday.
The graded schools at Sumter open
ed at the beginning of the week wit]
the largest first day attendance in the
history of the county.
Graded schools are opening al
over the state and there are report:
of unusually large attendance an<
good prospects from all.
The Batesburg Telephone compan2
was formally organized on Tuesday
Officers were elected and- the com.
pany was capitalized at $500.
City Council at Charleston has re
fused to return $1,666. one year's
rental for the use of a part of th<
exposition grounds, now used as
Wofford college is fortunate ir
having secured John Sharpe Wil
lams, of Mississippi, for one of th<
spakers in the regular lyceun
Conway is making special efforts
to be well represented at the stat<
fair and to that end two hundred dol
lars has been raised by private sub
The Standard Oil Company's tus
boat Astral, the largest tug in th<
world, is in the port at Charlestor
discharging a cargo from a barge
belonging to the same company.
Rev. A. B. Earle, pastor of th<
Methodist church, in Camden, die<
on Tuesday. He wa. ' graduate o
Wofford and one of the most prom
nent ministers in the state.
The South Carolina regiments ar
home again from Manassas and al
though they enjoyed the manoeuvres
it is said that they are glad to g<
back to their ordinary peaceful occu
Two trusties of the Spartanburi
county chaingang walked off quietla
on Monday night in spite of the vigi
lence of the guards. Another negro
not a trustie, made his escape at th<
same time by filing hi's shackles.
Col. E. R. McIver died at his hom<
at Darlington, on Tuesday morning
at three o'clock. He was a gallan
Confederate soldier and took a prom
inent part in the redemption of th<
state in 1876. He was at one tim<
There are abo f0i r h110red st-n
dcnts at Clemson standing entrance
examinations and making up back
work. About 2;0 Of these are new
students. The total number when
ith.e old students are all back, will
be at least 630.
A ishing fleet. known az the "Mus
unito Fleet." wa; caught in a severe
squall off Charleston and one of the
boats was sunk. Two men in the
boat were drowned and the other
was pulled out of the water when
almost exhausted. All were negroes.
It is reported in the New York
papers that Mrs. Sigmund Wolk. for
eI nrly of the town of Sumter, has fell
I en heir to a fortune of over twenty
[ millions. It is said that this enor
r mous sum was left by a brother in
Japan has formally protested to
the United States against allowing
the Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena to
remain in port longer than 24 hours.
Through her consul at San Francisco
the complaint was filed with the col
S lector of the port. who notified the
authorities at Washington.
After a long session and a long
'discussion. the city authorities at
0 Charleston decided to give the people
who put in the cit-, waterworks an
- other chance to make good. ~They
will try again to improve the supply,
but if they do not succeed this time
their franchise will be taken away
fronm them and placed in oiher hands.
Make Your Own
There has just been placed in all the grocery
stores, a new preparation called
which is meeting with gret favor, as it enables
eve to maketce cr.r m their own home with
Iing two quarts of delicious icecream. if your grocez
can'tsupply yousend 25c. fortwopkgs. bymaiL van.
The Geneseere Food Co., Box 295, Le Roy,.y.
Every womianre lov,shn
I Z'% SAL \
- - -
some Jewelry, and that it is
solid and perfect.
-Every woman IiKes to savre
money too; consequently every
woman should patronize us.
It means safety, satisfaction and
liss Bessic L. Simmions,
-(Over Pelhamn's Drug St.ore.)
Piano and Voice.
Term beginning Moniday, Sept. 5, 1904
$3.00 Per. Eight Lessons.
Miss Bessie Carlisle,
~'w I op'en her Music
School, at her resi
den ce on the 1 st day
f Sentomber. 1904.
Talken With Cramps.
m Kirmse. a remncr of the
bridge ga.ng workin,g near Littlcport
;taren s -denly ilM Thirsday
night with cramps and a kind of
chclera. Hs ca.se was so sever that
h h ~(in t~have the members o the
crew :a.t npoin him and Mr. Gifford
w%. callcd and consulted. He told
them he had a medicine in the form
-f Cafrlai:s Co:c. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy that he tho-gh1
wold help him and accordingly sev
eral doses were administered with the
resuit that the fellow was able to
be around next day. The incident
speaks quite highly of Mr. Gifford's
medicines.-Elkoder, Iowa, Argus.
This remedy never fails. Keep it in
your home. it may save your life.
For sale by Smith Drug Co.. Newber
ry: Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity.
Commenced Business N
ROBERT NORRIS, General Agent,
Not those m'enti<
but a fresh lot ju
Try our Pina
We hereby annoui
candidate for more I
*ourselves to satisfy i
*MAY ES' DR1
* We believe in wo
goods that we
half their value.
I Oc. Muslins and I
1 2 1-2c. Muslins ar
15c. Muslins and L
20c. Muslins and I
25c. Muslins and L
White Damask Waisti
Ladies', Misses' and C
reduced from $3.00 to
$1.25; from $1.50 to 95
from 75c. to 49c.
The above are not se
goods. Yours trul:
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 potash in
grain and all
We shaUl be glad
to smd free to any
i aboat socultare
GERIIAN KALI WORKS,
Newu York-98 3Weamn Stree. or
AtUants. "a-22%4 80. Br04d St.]
early Forty Years Ago
Not the largest not the oldest
but, by reason of its peculiar legal
'rganization, the strongest life m
jurance company in the world.
The Pacific Mutual Life writes
in the plainest terms the most lib
-ral policy sold.
In taking life insurance it is not
Iestimates (guesses) that the ipeo
ple want but Guarantees.
Our Guaranteed values, writen
in the policies, are greater than the
guarantees of any other company.
Its rates are no greater than
those of other old, line companies.
To find out all the good things
we offer send date of birth to, or,
Over Postoffice, Newberry, S. G
d Beef Hams.
ce ourselves as a
usiness and pledge,
t many Summer
are offering at
.awns now 5c.
d Lawns now 7c.
awns now 8 I-3c.
.awns now lie.
awns now 13c.
gs 50c., now 35c.
40c., " 28c.
35c., " 22 I-2c
hildren's Oxford Ties
$1.90; from $2.00 to,
c.; from $1.00 to 69c.;
:onds, but first class