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-VOL. XL II. NO. 55 NEWBERRY. S. C., TUESDAY APRIL 11, 1905,. TWICE A WEE,$.0AYA
NEW NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Seat of Executive Government Mov
ed to Fort Worth,
Fort Worth, Texas, April io.-In a
suite of rooms on the parlor floor of
Hotel Worth, the executive seat of
the United States government has
been temporarily established. Offi
cial mail, intended for the eyes of
President Roosevelt, is directed to
this apartment and, in the absence of
the president, who is hunting coyotes
and jack rabbits over the Kiowa and
Comanche reservation, in Oklahoma,
such mail is given attention by Sec
retary Loeb. Most of this business
will be acted on by the secretary and
-directed to various departments in
Washington, where it originated.
That which requires the personal su
pervision of the president will have to
wait until Thursday, for it is not until
then that communication will be had
with the hunting party.
Secretary Loeb expects to receive
word from the president to run the
special train to Frederick on Thurs
day, ;A on that day to start for Wes
tern Colorado, whither the president
will go to find larger game than
abounds on the Red River in Oklaho
Of everything Men
early morn till deN
+ Store every momei
* off buying your spr
+ Strauss Bros., Fert
+ counters. Mrs. Ja
Dry Goods Department, oi
* vorito Trading
Since our removal into the
* business has been doubled
faces lined our couinters evi
We were compelled to add
* The cro ds were eager to g
* bargains of fine merchandis
* Summer Bro. 's greater stoi
+ hearts were made glad at s tcl
* stuffs. This week, Wednest
* great before Easter sale. Es
Goods, every yard of Silk, ev
will be sold at cut prices. Jc
of shoppers and visit this gre
* The mail carriers are sprea<
* throughout the land, and the~
* you where the crowds are th
Bros. Always as~k them aiai
One wagon load Embroidery,
* at 11 o'clock. Watch the windo
* at Newberry's largest and ch<
+ body knows 'tis
FLASH OF RUSSIAN SPIRIT.
Rojestvensky's Success in Reaching
the China Sea.
St. Petersburg, April 10 (12.40 a.
m.)-There is reason to believe that
Vice Admiral Rojestvensky's en
trance into the China Sea has been
followed by orders for the cruisers
Gromoboi, Rossia and Bogatyr,
which have been ready for some time
at Vladivostok, to put to sea. Wheth
er it is the intention to send them
south immediately or to hold them
in the vicinity of Vladivos:ok is not
known. Their appearance outside
the roadstead of Vladivostok would
constitute a potential threat. against
Admiral Togo's rear, which will com
pel the retention in or despatch of a
number of heavy fighting ships to
Japanese waters. Thus A-Imiral To
go seems to be virtually placed be
tween two fires.
The peace influences in the govern
ment urge that this favorable stategic
position presents the psychological
moment for offering officially the ol
ive branch. to Japan, reasoning that no
matter bow confident th! Japanese
government may be of Admiral To
go's victory, it will not overlook the
possibility of defeat or fail to appre
Wom-,n and Children
vy eve. Thousands of
it in the day, arid heart
iing we begin the great
ing suit any longer, coi
:heiner & Fishel, and mi
ne Hopkins' clothing fo
the Ladies' Fa- Dres!
naN, 15 pieces fi1
i5 pieces fi
new storeroom our 25 pieces P.
r'housands of new Mohairs, Pan
~ry day last week.
more salespeople. No old, antec
rasp the wondrous th ews id
e only to be had at 15 pieces wOr
-e.. Thottsands of 15 pieces wor
L loveliness of Dress 10 pieces wor
.$1.25 kind, 79e.
Lay, we begin the ipi e wcs
ery yard of Dress $15 kind, $L.
25 dress patti
rything in Notions -yd this week.
100 fine Emb
in the happy band selling $1.24 es
10,000 yds. ft
~at sale every day-. 4 eae fine a
ling the glad news 3casesfMle
policemen can tell eleven o'clock.
4.000 find Gal
ikest--at Summer 25e. each, this
200 bolts fine
t it so- value, this WOEe
pecial sale every day SOpieces Fre
w. Meet your friends 500 New Girk
500 extra lari
~apest store. Every- 100 pieces-Ne
100 fine Mars
.-1,000 Sailor I
ciate the complete disaster which
would follow the transfer of the mas
tery of the sea to Russia. With so
much depending upon the issue, they
argue, both countries have mutual in
terests in avoiding an actual test, and
it is not possible, therefore, that a
new movement in the direction of
peace may come, just as the world
expects to hear the call to quarters
for the greatest naval battle of mod
ern times. Certatinly the spirits of the
war party have been greatly raised by
Rojestvensky's success in penetrat
ing to the China Sea: andtheprospect
of a naval battle, even with the odds
against a Russian victory which
would change the entire complexion
of the situation, has aroused some
tihing like a flash of enthusiasm in
many Russian breasts.
THE TAPE WORM A HOPE.
Said to Have an Appetite for Tu
That the tape worm is an efficient
preventive of tuberculosis is the lat
est bit of medical news to appear in
the daily reports of the consular ser
William W. Canada, Amerian con
aqd are Si
wear. Last week our h
bargain reapers lined
s were made glad for mi
Easter sale of fine Cloth
me today. The finest d
uch other world renown
r boys, 'tis the best for Y
3 Goods! Dress Gc
Y ARE STYLISH-THE KI1tD WE SE1
ie Mohair for~ this Easter sate 24C. yd
ie Melrose for this Easter sale 24c. y(
>plar Cloth, very stylish for full sui
of yds of beautiful Volles. Etamn
amna Cloths, etc., to go at special price
SIL KS! SILK S! SILKS!
Leluvian, out of style kind in our Silk de
ots, figures and plaids fromn the fashion's
't split Taffeta this week, 36 inches wid
't split Taffeta this week, 36 inches wide
Lt split Peau de Soie silk this week, 36
t split Peau de Sole Silk this week, 36
~rasin Silk, Crepe de Chine, $1l00and $1.
roidered Waist Patterns, the $2.00 numbe
ie Silk Ribbon 10c. yd.
maslin, worth upto 20c. yd., for this Easte
Euslin Orade, up to lOc. yd , for this E
hon Mill Bleaching. 17 yds. for S1.O0. e
aze Vests, tufted neck and fancy open
week 6c. each.
India Linen and Persian Lawns, a good
a Se. yd.
ne an 0.value1,4c. yd.
ea and belts 24c. each.
ge CottQn Towels. 5 to each customer, 10c
tLaces 'ust landed.
elles Qit, one to a customer, $2.00 vala
Iatq o boys and girls, this week at spec
sut at Vera Cruz, Mexico, in a repori
to the department of commerce an(
"The Mexican consul general a
Buenos Ayres informs his govern
ment that by a late scientific discov.
ery it has been proved that the tape
worm is the natural enemy of th<
germ of consumpion, and that the lat
ter cannot exist when the other i.
present. He further says that the
eminent scientists, D. James and H.
Maudoul, after a profound study ol
the subject, assert this as a fact in a
paper recently laid before the Acad
emy of Science at Paris. The tape
worm is said to prevent the organism
from being infected with the bacilli
of tuberculosis, and it has been prov
ed in the case of a consimptive affect
ed with tapeworm that he completely
recovered hs health.
'To positively establish the effica
cy of this remedy the doctors injected
a liquid prepared from the taenia in
to several consumptives, which actior
resulted in retarding the progress ol
the disease in the worst cases, while
in others it resulted in a completc
Now the summer girl will soon
begin to freeze on to the reckles
-youth who has a mania for squander
ing his coin for ice cream.
iII earing I
lammoth storerooms i
the aisles of Newberr
my miles around.
ing, fine Shoes, fine H,
lisplay of Men's wear
)d tailor's art for men i
oung America money
>ods! Shoes! S
~L.Yes, Shoes fore
ts, 16c. yd. Last week we sold n
ti egs lot of other stores se
what to buy, and by
newest store stylish footwear. 53
~, $1.25 kind, Bros. Edwin Clapp
inches wide, Shape, Harman &
inches wie walk a pleasure. F<
25 value, 69e- them all. Ziegler as
e's, for Easter
art are housed here.
r ae 70-Yd fords just opened for
very day at
All the new shape
15 and 20e just landed. ioo
comprising all the ni
t Where Dd She Get the Pistol?
I New York, April 9.-Miss Mary
Gallaway, daughter of Robert M.
Gallaway, president of the Merchants'
National bank and a director in many
railroad companies, killed herself in
her room in the Hotel Seville here to
day. Mliss Gallaway. who had suf
fered from dyspepsia for seven years,
was attended by two trained nurses.
One of these was engaged in hang
ing some clothes in a wardrobe, when
she heard the sound of a shot, and,
turning to the bed, saw Miss Galla
way, who had been sitting propped
up with pillows, fall over. She had
shot herself through the mouth, death
being instantaneous. Miss Gallaway
was 31 years old. Despondency due
to long illness is supposed to have
been the cause of the suicide.
Letters remaining in postoffice for
week ending April 8, T905.
C-J. A. Clammer, A. Cromedy.
G-Frank Glenn, Mrs. Daisy Glenn.
H-A. F. Hart, J. F. Hardy, Lizzie
Part, E. N. Hull.
M-Hubert Morgan, W. McMary,
Mamie Maffett, G. A. Maffett.
W-W. S. Ward, Wilpie Ward.
Persons calling for same will
please say that they were advertised.
bout it! - 3
0l l +
ivere packed from
-y's Great Bargain
it etc. Don't put
it 'App,r Carolina.
s packed upon our
very foot in ~all Newberry.
iore Shoes in a week than a
11 'n a month. We know
y and sell only the best for *
ring all your feet to Summer
, Burt and Packard, Korrect*
Son for men makes life's
r ladies Queen Quality leads
d mnany other shoemakers'
Thousands of pairs of Ox-i
the Easter sale.
s in Straw and Felt Hats
~eet of Gents' Furnishings
~west of fashion.
I Summer Bros.+