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IN THE PHILIPPINES.
American, Solcuers Must Remain, says
Gen. Wood.-There Must be no
Reduction In Army.
Washington, Oct. 18.-With a total
foree of 20,043 officers and enlisted
men in the Philippine Islands, Major
Gen. Leonard Wood, commanding the
Philippines division, deems' that it
.'would be most unwise to make any
considerable reduction in the strength
of the garrison. In his annual report
received by the war department, Gen.
orodh decla, that conditions are
generally peaceful in the Philippine
archipelago, but'thinks that the main
tenance of an adequate military force
there is absolutely necessary for the
suppoit of the civil government.
"We -are far from home, and in
case of foreign disturbance, even
with our troops concentrated at Mani
la the force available would be barely
sufficient to defend it from serious
attack.'' In these words Gen. Wood
gives another reason, which the war
department authorities regard as co
gent why the garrison in the Philip
pines should not be reduced. Contin
uing, he says:
"Moreover, a strong garrison
should be maintained here until con
x1itions pertaining to the civil govern
ment, are well established and the ani
mosities and disappointments inci
dent to the building up of local gov
ernment under new and perhaps
strained conditions have passed
on. Wood says the completion of
seaacosI lerenses nlow in process of
conirlli il Ihe PIilippinies will
S011 re:rdvi it necessary to station
there several companies of seaeoast
artiller. He also urgently recom
mends that one squadron of each cav
alry regiment be sent to the Philip
Conditions in the Island of Luzon
which embraces Manila, have been
sati4faetory during the past. year,
says (len. Wood. Aside fromn file sup
pressionl (' ladronisI and maintanll
ing public (oler., the 1ssignmleni of a
smnaIl'o-e of regular troops for dlty
in the Mariquina valley to protect the
water supply of the city of Manila
during the recent outbreak of cholera
and the direction of a large number
of troops off practice marches
through the areas in which disorder
was threatened from a politico-relig
ions movement known as the Santa
Iglesia movenent, there have been no
calls for roops lhv the eivil aut0hori
ties for list, inl Luzon.
ll tlt departiment of tle Visayas
there has been a general condition ot
good order during the year, except in
the I1l1111d of Samar, a large portion
of which has been kept in disorder by
the Pulajanes. "The principal object
of these people seems to have been
to destroy the coast towns and peo
ple,'' Oen. Wood says, in his report.
"They have burned a number of the
towns and killed men, women and
childr'en of' their own race in the
most rut hless and brutatl mannmer. The
difficulty aI~pears to have originatedi
in unfair t reatnment of the people ot
the interior by t he traders and peo,
ple of the' coast towns. At present a~
widespread condition of lawlessness
and resistance to the government ex
ists in this islend.''
HEAVY COST TO CUBA.
The Cost of American Intervention
Will be Charged up to the'
WaTushing(.ton, Oct. *S.-If there is
much left of the Cuban treasury sur
plus after all t he costs resul ting fronm
the disagreemnt. biet ween political
leaders as to who should or should not
spendl it, that country may count it
The property damage done to
Americant and English interests by
insurgents has not been fully ascer
tained, btiwill go into the hun
dreds of thousands of dollars and
when ordler is restored, demnands are
certain to be made for payment and
wvherever a claim is just the govern
mient will have to pay it.
Cuba will also hav'e to pay the cost
of intervention, which wvill be ov'er a
million dollars, and that, too,- all
have to come out of the national
The. first intimation of the inter
vention of the United States to sad
dIe the island republic wit lithe ox
pensea of our effort to kee" peace
down there came In the announcement
froni the quartermaster's department
that the cost of transport seirvice
$225,000, was debited to thme Cuban
Inquiry at the quartermaster gen
eral 'a office resulted in the discovery
that this Is only a small part of' the
charge which the Cubans mnust meet
2 s a re'sult of their rebellion involv
ig intsigntlei gnaitio use of Amer
ican troops. The bill. against Cu
also will include the cost of trar
porting the troops from interi
points to the Atlantic coast ports
rail (in some cases they were carri
across the continent) and all the ai
mals, wagons, tents and other su
plies which were purchased or tak
from the quartermaster's depots f
use in Cuba.
The medical department and t
commissary department have be
put to considerable extra expense
intervention, and it would not be si
prising if the total would exceed t
million dollar mark, all to be defra
ed from the Cuban treasury.
If this method of keeping accour
is carried out and applied, to t
maintenance of the army in Cul
the Cuban treasury will find itsc
the poorer by considerably more th
another million dollars. Apparent
this system of charges is to be app
ed, for Brig. Gen. Barry, acting chi
of staff, today issued a general ord
stating that by direction of the pre:
dent the military forces now asemt
ed in Cuba, or to be assembled the
are constituted an army to be knov
as the army of Cuba pacification, t
command of which is assigned
Brig. Gen. J. Franklin Bell.
Princeton Men in Business.
..Princeton, N. J., October 22.-Fi
ures which have just been compil
from the new directory of living gra
nates and former students of Prine
ton Unversity show that the colle
graduate of today is more and mo
choosing a business rather than
profe-ssional career. Thesce stisti
sh1ow hat nearly one-third of file li
ing alumni of Princeton are in buwr
The increasing number of colle
men who are entering and influen
ing business life in America is one
the marked changes that has cor
over our educated population in t
last, twenty-five years. It, is not
hm- algo that praeically all bo;
Sent 14) ('4le were destinled( for
professioil enreerd-law, divinit
en1ini eerill', etc. 1a1l all this is cban
1'elusive of the Class of 1.9C
there are 7,190 living alumni of Pri
ecton. Of the 6,522 classified n
cording to their occupation, 2,2:
are in buiness, , 49 in the law, 9
in the ministry, 6699 practising me(
cine, 433 teachers, 290 engineers, 1
journalists, 50 ranching and farmin
50 gentlemen of leisure, 41 studen1
3-1 inl the Amyv, 31. Civil SEervice,
arlhiteciure. 19 chemists, 10 artisi
9 ait i 1rs, 7 in tie Navy, 5 librariar
4 nm llsici ans, and 4 dentists.
Anong the living alumni of t1
elasses prior to 1841, who number 2
none is engaged in business, prior
1850, only 5 per cent., and prior
1870, only 15 per cent. Tit the 80
the number of graduates following
business career shows a marked i
crease, amounting to 25 percent. TI
percen tage remains practically t
sanme for the alumni in the '90's.
the( e'lasses which have been gradui
cid since 1900, the increase is ye
marked, av'eraging 50 per' cent.
T1t is a fair pre'sumption .that the
will he an increase instead of a
crease in the number of students w
will follow a business career; and tli
the tendency of the times to educi
a man for business by sending him
college for four years or a shori
period will increase rallher than di
Signs of a Hard Winter.
'That thle coming winter is going
he thle hardest one for the past twet
yearis there is an abundance of sig
to show, and among them it may
meni onted that:
Th'le corn husks are a foot and1
hlf~lt thick, and all the stalks lean
Thme geese, ducks and chickens:
growing a coat of fur under th
feathers, and are rubbing borax
their feet to harden them up.
All the one-eye owls are leav
thme country a month earlier thtan
ual, aind the bob-tailed squirrels
laying in sweet potatoes, as wvell
nuts, fo:r winter provisions.
TIhe farmer who has taken the tr
blo to investigate has found that
the toadst.ools on the old logs hti
wi'inkles in them. The last time t
this htappened he had winter weat
that froze the handles of plows.
Rabbits are sittintg around ia
humped-up look to them, and f
mice htave wrinkles in their tails.
this means anything It means 20
grees below zero from~ Novem
through to May.-Tryon Herald.
Mrs. Nulywed-You don't love
any'-imire; I know you don't! Nr
wed-hut, my dear, you're mistak
I adorn you. Mrs. Nu)ywed-1
you dont't. No man could love a
ran so badly dressed at I am! iP
ia FRANK R. HUNTER & COMPANY.
or Real Estate, Stocks Bonds and Mort
by gages Bought and Sold. Office
ad over Herald & News. Telephone
it- No. 96.
P- Newberry, S. 0.
or We offer for sale the following pro
lie 1. Seven room cottage, near New
an berry College. Good garden, stableb
by and orchard. Has both well and city
hie 2. Cottage and 2 acres lanrl near
y- Newberry college.
3. Six roon house and 1-2 acre lot
1s near Mr. I. C. .Pci-ry's residence.
lie 4. Four room cottage and 1-4 acre
oa, lot in same block.
If 5, 6, 7. Lots on Floyd and Purcell
ly 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. (5) lots on McIntosh
of 13. Store room ont on Mcintoshi
;i- 14. 5 room cottage and 5 acres land
near Mr. Neal's residence.
'e, mill, will sell as a whole or divide
n into lots to suit purchaser.
ie 32. 21 1-2 acres land near Mollohon
to 33. Store room at Mollohon mill.
34. One acre lot near Farmers' Oil
36 and 37. Lots near Farmers' Oil
mill. 50X150 cach.
r 38. Lot 25X154 next to Hair and
39. Lot 25X154 next to No. 38.
e 40. Lot containing 1 1-2 acres near
e Mr. C. G. Blease's residence.
re 41. Lot near Mr W. F. Ewart 's resi
42. 4 room eotti-e ind 3 acres land
Within eity limlits.
43 and 44. Two lots near Mr. W. L.
R3eiley's residence containing one acre
e- 45. Lot 80X325 near Mr. H. L.
46, 47, 48 ,49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54. Lots
e in the Diuncan property.
30 55. Lot containing one acre on
I Main .meet.
56. 57. Two lots on Main street
77X209 fl. each.
58, 5, 60. 3 lots containing 50X250
vacl oin Kinaid street in Jones' pro
Gl, 62, 63. 3 lots containing 47X248
feet caci, on Kinard street in Jones'
64, 65, 66. 3 lots containing 5OX25i
L feet each on Kindard street in Jones'
PI P67. Lot 50X250 on McCauglirin Ave. 4
;8 68. Four room cottage with good
garden and water, on Kinard street.
69, 70, 71, 72. Four lots on lain
s(ireet cont ainin 70 X 210 feet each.
73, 74, 75, 76, 77. 5 lots on Hunt
49 street 50X236 feet each.
78. New residence and eight acres
t land within city limiil.
to 79. Lot 50X200 oil Hunt street.
. 80. Desirable residence, with iuw'l
ern improvement. Close in.
81S. Seven room cottage. Close in.
is Fitted with electric lights and water
.82. The Davidson property contain
t-I ing~ 3 acres. Will cut to suit purchaser.
84. Lot containing 1 19-100 acres, in
85. 22 acres land 1-2 mile from
C'86. 200 acre farm near Whitmire, S'.
at C, and only one mile from R. R.
ate .8.. Plantation near Pomaria con
to taming 260 acres. Large dwelling, etc.
to88. 425 acres land near St. Philip's
erchurch. Two settlements.
-89. 70 acres land one mile from
Pomaria, S. C.
90. 52 acres land One mile from
to 91. 88 acres land, 7 miles from
ty P'rosperity, S. C.
nsI 92. 107 acres timber land near Dr.
93. 360 acre farm niear Kinards,
a 94. 200 aecs wvell improved land Ont
to Bush river.
95. 70 acres land near Mr. Ben
eir 96. 140 acres land 3-4 under good
Onl wire fence and only 2 miles from city.
97. 132 acre farm, 2 1-4 miles from
uts- 98. .300 acre farm known as the
are Turnipseed pla5ce.
na 99. 198 acres timber lands near Mr.
A. J. GIbson's.
Ju- 100. The Cline shop property, cota
all taining two story building and one
rv acre land.
tat 101. Building lots on Boundary
.102. The Cromer'place containing
ith 123 acres well improved land.
old 103. Tract joining No. 102, contaIn
If ing 130 acres.
1e- 104. House and Jot near Jacobs'
105. Desirable renting property.
106. Building lots on 0O'Neall street
107. 8 acre pasture withfn city
1y- 108. Desirable building lot contain
en. ing 2 1-2.acres.
hor We will .buy, sell or exchange
0O- stocks and bonds of all kinds. List
rsyour property wUh us!
PiANK R. UUNTERt
hoes, Hats, C1
I. & P. Coats Spool Thread
They are now selling
hair worth 60c. foe 48
Mohair worth $1.00 fo
worth 60c. for 48c., IV
worth 60 for 48c., all <
,loth worth $1.25 for 98c., Gre
12 1 2C., Tricot Flannels, all colo
Ir .I-uU, grey and black, wort
ill colors for 5c. to 15c. Miss Ma
iny of her friends. We also carry
ielling out cheap. .
Notice is hereby given that the
)ooks of registration for the Town of
qTewber:ry, S. C., are now open, and
,he undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for said town will keep
;aid books open every day from 9 a.
n. to 5 p. i., (Sundays excepted), in
-luding the 1st day of December, 1906.
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
)HARLESTON & WESTERN OAR.
Srb1n11A in effact June 3, 1906.
v. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. in.
kr. Laurens 1:42 p. m.
iv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
kr. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
.v. Laurens 2:07 p. m.
kr. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
.v. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
,r. Hendersonville 6:35 p. m.
kr. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
'v. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
Xr. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Xr. McCormick 3:40 p. m.
r. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
pusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
veckly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Vihnrsday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
iille Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
3artures, as well as connections with
)ther companies, are given as infor
nation, and are not guaranteed.
Cen. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.
STORE YOUR COTTON.
The Standard Warehouse Corn
pany offers its splendid facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
Warehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange.
burg, Anderson, Newberry.
LOW STORAGE RATES.
WE INSURE YOUR COTTON.
Receipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager foi
rates or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMD,
Secretary Standard Warehousi
Company, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, bu.t us a safe
ro...i.e reslO InSO ysao
~ortullry aqitain. 30 to
oun men can reain the~ r'4 k manhod an
tnovos Nervousness, aot Vitatit Se
Wasin Diseses, an effect of oabusec
er oas and indiscretion, which. unfita one-ft
std, uins ati arjpan Itobt oly oure
nerkve tonang b o ut er1 brigin
dot1r Ica e aid a rI~I
BOYAI MIICNI CO.. Madine Bldg, ChMosso ii
1 Co. Dry "
COMPLETE THEIR STO(
othing, Dry Gn
DN Cent per Spool Limited
Worth of Dress Goods.
Gray Mohair worth $1.
c., Green Mohair worth
r 78c., Red Mohair wort
lelance Suiting worth 6
:olors Brilliantine wortl
y Venetian worth 6oc. for 48c., N
-s, worth 35C. for 24C.,,Silk Brocad4
3oc. for 22.-2c., Silkette Linings,
asie Williams, wh, is with us now, i
a fine line of naw Shoes worth f
-i CO.'S DRY 000
v Building, just below the Smith Co
W. E. PELH
We sell Sure Remedi
us is Reliable. We gu
faction with every pack
When your doctor w
bring or send it to us.
practices; we use pure
make our highest aim i
wishes. Our prices are
TH.E BANK OF
Capital Stock - -
Interest allowed at rate of 4
Special attention to farmet
small, none too large to enlist ou
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President,
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A. H. Haw
S. S. Birge. J. S. Whee
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Huni
"The longest pole knocks down ti
New York. While there secure<
Scheap things (not in quality but
about complete and we invite inspi
sledge hammer prices, and in Drei
from 5c. yd, to $1.50. Elegant G
Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans,
line Clothing, men's, youths' an<
New York scooped lot of Boys' C
. This breaks all records. First lot
soon. Hats and Caps, new Broad
the n.ewest and prettiest. Don't t
just right. For Groceries, Hardvw
Ax and Bay State Shoes, Drop H
years. 1793 old reliable Domestic
r ,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, sa
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $p
Maig23 HUNDR~ED Bar
SSEE FLOUR Just Received
Best Patent $4.44
Best H alf Pat. 3.A
Best Meal 80c. bl
Best Grits $1.75
T10stay, Uctober 'u, .iUU.
ds and Notions.
to One Spool With Each $1.00
25 .for 198c., Plaid Mo
1 $1.00 for 78c. Blue
h 60c. for 48c., Zebiline
Dc. for 48c., Brilliantine
i 35c. for 24c , Broad
rorsted, all colors, worth 25c. for
3s, all colors, Wot th 35c. for 24c.
all colors, from 1oc. to 25c., Outing,
vill be glad to show these goods to
rom 25c. to $6.oo, which we are
AM & $ON,
es. What you buy of
trantee Absolute Satis
age sent out.
'rites your prescription
Our main business is
We allow no slip-shod
st medicines only. We
:o carry out the doctor's
, Newberry, S. C.
'ITY, S. C.
- - $25,Ooo,oo
- - 12,160.00
per cent. on time deposits.
-s' accounts. No account too
r best attention. It is a pleasure
G. Y. Hunter, Vice-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
kins. P. B. Warner
ler. - J. F. Browne.
er A. C. Wise.
epersimmon." Just returned from
the new things, nice things and
in .rice). Our immense stock is
ection. We can only mention a few
s Goods the new things, shades, etc.,
nghams 5c. yd., homespun 5c. up.,
Flannel, Outings full line, Elegant
boys', and Overcoats. While in
lothing ,which we offer at 49C. suit.
about sold out second lot expected
way styles. In Millinery we have
ake our word, come and see, prices
are, &c., we lead the van. Battle
ead Sewing Machines warranted io
Machine, $65.oo kind $25.00
eked 600. bu.
rels of that CHIOICE TENNES..
Lnd while it lasts to go at
) Every bbl.
ASe5 guaranteed. -.j