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EACH PUPIL GETS
NEARLY 7 CENTS
WHAT DISTRIBUTION SCHOOL
FUND AMOUNTS TO NOW.
Figures Include Both White and
Black and in Counties Where Lat
ter Predominate More Money
Each chlild in South Carolina will
get about sevenl cents from the dis
pensary sale of whiskey, avcordin- to
the list ributionl of the selhool fund
made yesterday. by the comptroller
geniral, says tle State of' Saturda.y.
This is the first distribut ion made this
year by tle State dispenlsary for the
sehlools ext-ebt 1the lloneY tuiried ovet
to tile State I 'evasill-I. last lale-l,
wlielh was distribulted nevording.- to
thle defliilneY existinl..
iit'le ' (!:.i w I lie scho-d 111111 ,111it
Ille mlvsievonri ina it I 'listiilltt ,
AilI1 2e 1!11 i111,ed 'vnill.it. (1114
It h1h. e:s rr$2 .)0 fo ns ribll
Goit. Of Iltis aitomilt $5.000 was iiset
for l le IIv i " 11111111'r e ilwl. o it
1,41. l . f ili tilliel v 41ns ' I
II I dll l Iv
This It-It a remwind(wr IIf $9.G2(i.:10,
flit'eI tt ri' ;tliiied it'S i'.tti Ih i':I \
flit"1 \e 1)h v 1 l. tn l , l( iv t: 114.
b l . ll -f this wn:.: ntIII tt
tilt var ils I e ililes li det . t|1 law
ilr itle ' lnr 111[ ilt.
V idli.r all v.,16i1.1t ied 1- 1-1lli -111 ol,
Thle f,4llmvwn, *i._.nrv.s I'n (Ihis subl
jvet will be I l u n11pislial inhIrest:
ShaOv dispenlary shol, 'ud 190:
lii'eiev . . . . .$),f H3.7t
l?evvived .. .. 10,000.00-$:5000
A\lpril, 106(1- -
l1ieN-y . . .. 9,373.70
institute .... 5,000.00
school11 . ..... 1,0010.0H0
abovi- .:..... 1 ,i .8
Ba la Iedonl haad 13.A l:-$35,000).q0
1,'' 11vll.in is 1he dlistrvib'ilionl hv
vountivs: Abbiville, $571.79: Aikei.
$551.65; A ilndersni, $924.82; l1amber,
$273.42; Barnwell, 4411.30; Beaufort,
$239.38; Herkceley, $369.06; Chaurles
ton, $906.78; Clierokee, $320.76; Ches
ter, .$110.22; Cliesterfiel. $270.3S:
$167.15: i<lrtnceu', $-125.11l ; (Genrt.e
ra -*, 011 . : : il . 913.
eirtdaiy. It is s1et %hn I Is mutun
wtiIllibe Iurniedt over' eaichl week for' th~
nuexI tt treeeks. TIhis will mtnke fli
THE NEXT CONGRD"SS
. New Ytork, Nov. 7. -&'iChiaia .1
&S. 'thermiian itf th lie u'iublic'an Natilion
al eongr~uessionl couniil lee late tonitih
senu.t the following4 tele'..inni to l'res
Thle P resident , Vashtingftn, D. C.:
Of nine dist ricts hieard fromn whi'
we classed as doubt fiul, w~e have re'
pots showing steen Replubtlicanti an
iwo D)emocrat ie. All indlications) (cott
firm our1 estimate of RIepublican cot,
gress by fully 50.
(Signed) J. S. Sherman.
The C'lockmaker'-Tuis is a wonder
fiui clock, madam. It will run fe
three .'e'eks without winding.
The Customer's Little Boy-Say
mister, howv lonig wotild it run if i
was wvouind? -Philadelphia Bulletin.
SARGENT ON IMMTGRATION
Thinks Permanency of Line Dopo:
on the South.-Better Wages
Must Be Paid.
Charleston, Nov. 4.-Frank
Sargenit, coimmnissiollr general of
migiration, the highest official in i
departnent of the federal govt
mient, who hts devoted much time a
thought to-every phase of foreign
migration, who knows it from a tc
from lBelgium or Croatia, from Se
land or Montenegro, all the way
lilis Island and into the Uni
States, is much interested in the 1
movenient in the South and spe
quite favorably of it.
Mr. Sargent with an officient Co
of interpreters, inspectors, stol
n raplers and elustois deputies,
been in Chnialeston since Friday a
hIas been engaqpd iml various prepa
tifqns forw Ilhe hiandlinl'- of (lhe WNit
h psifd -svingers. 1lesides this,
e onmidor1m1d his assat
hinlis, f ille ( 'n1li-lestonlialls, 1
1w hs litih. 1imle to stolp ando talk.
111t it wns ,inig one of his bren
in' spells this morning, as he sat
the lolhv of tlie (lharleston hotel,
r a iri alre ll le I1,1rhbo -, (hat
was crnerd'fo a chat (In ilmilo
Succss Depends on South.
It dejllelitiviel.N llpon tlhe
I 'c- t lie S'litlier1 peojple take
.u.-t tI v, '. l ll reI I ara t i
tn'v 11na1 e 1,11r. ill, llkw% collers,I S.
leti ascuhe l-i. view ot I le pos
h10itvs of, the mloxvieent. ''it Shot
h I!) rm er(ld that tilese peolple eo
t he, Ithoy will indnlee othlers to r
Mri. S enit cited instances of t
NorT1 and West as proof of his sta
m1. The "rIa test in ulneemin t
in n i: t in th111se sectinills is I
ii1un1mhr. of1, pleased( settlers who
oial tliere--tlie best advertisenu
the let ters they write to tile relatiN
ahroad t.elling of the satisfaction th
have found inl their new homes.
'' 1ut it wholly depeids,'' he
peated, ''lponl tihe way these PCO]
are treated after they get here, as
ih. s-i-re s oft ivee ntI. I T' I. II
nistarti 111n(M 1 )W en, of prosi
itv an1d we are elleavillrilg. in ev<
way to encourage it,'' he added. '4
a few vea's the South should have
miiratts who will make it their hoi
who Will rear 1111(1 cd(ente good fa
ilies, upiild induIstries and add
the prosperity of the country.''
Development of Southern Ports
As to his Viev of the periane
mld sneess of a 1tranIs-.\tlaiitie se
slip line ont otf Chleston,~ii 3ir. S
panyv were e'n nued by ample)1
hZ h a'i~I oi
nnn. rat. lb. '
C'oinmissionier Snargenit is no net
ha'ter,' eit her, or' he oughit not 'to
for hie hails fromt New kn'ndland,
h 1 .o h :1 4one4 whoi4 had4 stuidied
n 4. 2.had i 114 m;n 441compaison5'is.
41li te S"4t>thern SIfhi's are' now
cometlittitor Is ain4i lst the less tir
Aliens Prom Northern States.
lie also suggested thle splenidid i
sibilit y of iniduciing worthy:, aliens
have already set tled in the Nortl
Ichange t heir adopted homlles for a
-ter 0110 in the South. HIe thouight
Sou terni elimate4. should inv'ite tIl
who found that of the frigid N<
- too harsh to make a home there.
soil is uinexcel led. Opportunities
making money and for investing it
thought , tile best.
For' t he thirid timei during his
- (euIssion of the po0ssibilities of in
r' grationl ini the South1, he r'epeated1
statement regar'ding~ the resp1onsRibi
,of thle Soultheorn people as a whole
t thle snetcess5 of' fte movemenltt. ''It
l ie's with theit people of' thle South,'
repeated emphatically striking his
fist on the arm of his ehairN '"Vhle
ids er they will have the ,iminigration
they need and want. If you can get
some of these gentlemen dow,n here,
who own large tracts of land to o)en
up their hearts a little bit and sell
P. small tracts to the industrious immni
im- grants, it would be the best thing that
his ever happened for the South."
rn- A porter called Mr. Sargent to the
md phone. "Anything else?" lie asked
m- pleasantly as he left his seat. But
z, there was something elses
ot- Immipration Competition a Stimulant
to He was asked whether 'or not he
ted thought immigrant labor would even
ow tually replace negro labor on the
Aks farm and in the household.
"I'm not prepared to say,'' wan
rps the reply, ''but I believe it will act
or- as a stimulant tq the negro and make
HIs him a better worker.'' IIe remarked a
nd very apt word to express it, but such
ra- compitition would arouse in the negro
te- a little ''do-onergy''-a quality in
the whib IInt a few are found waittin.,
3r South Should Keep Her Sons.
ait 'Another thing for tile South io
md d.' said he, if' site would prosper.
''is to ur.e its sons to stay at hoiie
th- ndt build it up. ElnCourage the young
in an to enter business at once. Let the
e- Souh1 utilize ile energies anid brainl.,
l' o isnmi.'' And he spoke
ho o the l s he SoutII to other see
tions ol the (oun1try in the' heavV
li-:' at ion of its hest blomd. The :I,
rallinl-. tr t of1 1 1 his statemenvil,. asu -
Iplied to South Carolina, eanl oily be
ra d recallinlg. the fact that
up jo 10 no less t han 233,000 pro
p1e h r N witi in the lIhnits of tihle
State l'Id mir'atil to I)tler Stat.
Id S) hm-kward lhas she been in the mat
we t i un til th last tw.
Oh n .vu H:indr1ames.
- 1 I n r e i-r . - ito t h e h i di r a n.1 1 c e s i t I l i e
01- wyof Eallropeanl immnii_r1ationl to the
South, tihlie colmmlissioneir geieral stat
lie ed that there were certain grave one,
to- a niltable instance of which was the
to di zlrihution o I' maps inl Europe, de
ho si.natin. the South as the lack belt,
Ire I but lie reniarked, ''Even this can Ie
,nt overcome by the intelligent work ot
-es such men as Mr. Watson of your State
eY department of immigration."
>le In the commissioner general's re
to port for last year the surprisingly
Ith uetal distribution or the year's ar
i... I rv , imii1-ankt is "Tapliically it
V lustrated b Iy Illeans 41' a colored chaI.
I''The inigir.1-ation received by the
m State of New York, for instance, is
, represented by pink .and nearly one
m- third of the chart is pink. South Car
to olina has no color on the chart, did
not demand space enough to hold the
name, and has to be designated in the
margin. So it is with a number of
e Other Soutihern States.
I a- ny siertions have ben made
arus 1t, a remeldyv for t his condit ion of
Sfai.rs. That. Souith Carolina has
y-taeli a riu-litI step iil tuirining imumi
er- nr ts direef to her owii coasts an1
b ist te tate ' ad.' ' n o
th *i lch m . ha d* it. an* no
"- . o o h tA h-. 4 ar .t.is
1)1 in-r lIor congressil i i a provi li-i.~s
si 'ii forl' lie evaiin nat i of eiii
"ranits biefore t hey leav'e theu ir ome
he, port11s instecad of aifteor their arrivah
hut he. Thliis wouildl preventi n eed1less
the tr4)nhle anud sufflerine- to those who
"iil cannoict einter' andi who must lie ret urn
eint ed to thlei r 1port1 of embilarkit ion.
'We hadl to, send hack 12.000) last
"-your,'' lie sid,( ''and this should not
alihe thle case5.
fly ''And as to that. Charlotte matter
--are there ani further developmnents
in thue ease ?' ' he was asked.
i ' 'Thme matt er is nowv in the hands
vho of thle depart menit of justice,'' lie re
to lied, '' and wilhl be handled by them.
>et- Thle labor brought' over in violation
the of the law has been returned to their
OSe homes, exepJt those needed here as
flie But whein Charleston entortjans she
for entertains, and it. was soon time t
,ho Commissioner Sargent to start to the
ml- The Horrid Thingl .
his An English print seller .adv ertises
lit.y in his entalogite an ''uindraped model
for of? a nude girl.'' Some English .pinmt
all sellers use shocking language.-Cica
le go Triune.
TEN MILLION CHINESE
Shanghai, Nov. 4.-Missionaries j
port a most severe famine in t
northern part of Kiangus provin,
central China. It is estimated t1
10,000,000 people face starvation. I
cal magistrates are preventing pool
from leaving the region, but are tU
ing no steps to provide them with fo
supplies. Serious disorders are fet
If people are the right kind, th
are never qnkind..
A Healing Gospel.
The Rev. J C. Warren, paslor
Sharon Baptist Church, Belair, G
says of Electric Bitters: It cured
Df lame back, stiff joints, and a co
plete physical collapse I was so we
it took me half an hour to walk a m
Two bottles of Electric Bittersi.hn
made me so strong I have jpst walk
three miles in 50 minutes avd feel 1i
walking three more. It's made a n
man of me." Greatest remedy I
wikness and all Stomach Liver a
Kidney complaints. Sold under gur,
tee at W. E. Pelham & Son's D
Store. Price 5oc.
A Perfect Gentleman.
Tommy-Father, what is a perf(
afher-A perf'ect irentleman is
man who, when yon hegin telling ht
omr troulbles, does not interrupt
rying to tell you his-.-Toronto Tri
Chas. W. Moore, a machinist,
Ford Citv, Pa., had his hand frigi
rully burncd in an electrical furnaq
ie applied Bucklen's Arnic Sal
vith the usual result: 'a quick a
2.;.:'~ asi I't . -A.. :at-. E l I'
His Soft Heart.
'IIarold,'' she exclaimed, after s
tad rested for a moment against I
nanly breast, "I ))elieve you ha
"('alml yourseif. d<hiling.'' he rey
i; "I 've agreed to hell) Prof. Ligi
inger with his sleight-of-hand pi
ormance toniglht. That's a rabbit.'
He Was In Trouble.
"I was in trouble, but found a w
nqt of it, and I'm a happy man aga
since Dr. King's New Life Pills cur
no of chronic constipation," says
W. Goodloe, 107 St Louis St., Dalli
'ex. Guaranteed satisfactory. Pr
15 cents at W. E. Pelham & Son's dr
"Now you know that old adage
said the manager of the bath estt
"What's that sir'" inquired t
"If you w.ant to make a ma,n ni
ruh him the wrong way.''-Kame
T t Man in Arkanpas.
i h a bniii'h-\ a I a bu
a pl~''etd t( he' aur:'' '.'r I t', 1 .
couighs 1 (an coldS ort tmtoney refo
At W. E. Pelham & So.'s dIinLg
50c. and 'u1.00 Trial bottle frce.
that will hwt:l a life t irron iswh
waant. Our' O. p'ans have ta pure I
andl Iovaely c:ases We eSIm sui
you w.ith an Organ that willtks
every p)articular' for only $GS and
delivered. Write us for our spe
terms of payment, and for illustrati
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we hove ht
tiful and good new Uprights from
up on easy terms.
Malone's Music Hous<
Buggy For Sa
iIrst-class leather qularler-top) huggy gita
anlteed; s.et of sil hggy hnanss, $6.0
Georaia Vocicle Manufacturing Co.
52 w. MitcheO St.. Atiantta. (On
J. W. WHITE
1- To every cust<
k- chases $5.00 or oi
and Notions we w
tern of their own
The offer begins Mon
and holds good until Mor
of Don't think because we
ne much our selection is no
R stantly getting in new g<
ed Be sure to come to see u
a ++++9+++N 4 -4
Which we use are without ey
of We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PUF
ve We always practice PURI
PURITY counts, and coun
Ask your doctor.
Ailantic Coast I
" Through Coai
For full inforr
N- RTH - SOTH
I Two Daily Pullman V'esi
Between S3OUTH an
The Best Rates and Roul
"""19 Via Richmond and wA
au- Norfolk and Steame
15 Nashville, Memnphi:
Louis, Chicano, Nev
Points South and South\v
... and Jacksonville anda
te j and Cuba.
POSSrITVELy THE SHORl
We"-or detailed information,
~. board Air Line Railway, or Jc
SPassenger Agent, Cohinibia,
C. F. STEWART, As:
W L BU0%~Ji1S,Tray. I
mer- who pur
ter of DryGoods
rill give one pat-.
day, November 12th,
iday, November 26th.
have been selling so
tgood. We arecon
)ods in all, our lines,
ry, s. c.
ception the purest grade.
FY when preparing medi
ts for much, in medicines.
- EAT - WET
SNE W YORK.
e to all Eastern Cities
rashington, or via
/ Orleans, an. All
til points in Florida
'EST INE BETWEEN
D SOUT H. '
rates, sche&iles, Pull
'to any agent i The Sea
s. W. Stewanc, Traveling
S. C.- .
st,fent. Pass. Agt.,
pass. At. Columibia S C