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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 child in South Carolina will
get about Seven cents from the dis
pensary sale of whiskey, according to
the (listribition of the school fund
made yesterday. by the comptroller
gener1al, says the State of Satuirdav.
This is the first distribut ion made this
year by the State (lispensar3 for the
sehools exce>t tle moley iltuned over
to Ile State treasill-v. last March,
whIich was dlist ribuited acem-dilng Io
thle doeiienley vexis(inI,.
'ind.r the 1 .1 w IIt wh o.d s io llid ror I . n.4
1he dis li'rY inist h- hdi.tribilh',
i 1e :44 eit1 e i v, Ii 4 | l '' .i . ()I
.Al !rvbi 2 |hvrv was iuri ted (ivi'r Ili I lmt
St aiv rnsu $2-1,000 ,11r dIlst ri bli
tion. Of Ibis amui $5,000 was tised
for Iie Si.io s1nlner r 4hol, $1,0)00
For Ilh emliunY silmiier .'vhools , a1n4
$9,373.711 1'mr the defivic if Y (Ille the
This li-f a remwindler oft $1(.2 .1,
IltI I Ihi er lb th1 1 l' w I'II. I)w Stag
l4md1 . \ I fI ( I is wns ,sIe-nI i I 1
te .I ri, its ('4,11111 ;u ivs 111111.r the lI aw
wiiehl rv 1uirI.e., :1 41a d ist ri billt i 1 e1 acc(I-41
11.41 : u.ri' I'i - 4I' It. (.11 n 1w l:
it i.h nw
l t er t sln t r l.n n
'I'e fol ilin- 11-itires fni l 11 1 his sub
jelt will bie of, unu11Su11 intrevst:
State dispen4sar1. y shilool I'nd 1141 1906:
1?4.4 eivvd . . .... . 5,00.00
N"N'(1110wih , I90I
l?(oeived . . . . 00 00. -$:5,000.0t
A pril, t!)(
l1ieency .... .7
instittite .... 5,000.00
I slillill)(114 41 4)
SIhool ...... 1,000.00
Bamn 11edonha nd 13.41 -$35,0oo.(0
l4llowinI - is the dist rii'utionl IyN
cuie:Ahhbeville, $571.79: Aiken,l
$551.(5; A iderson, $924.82; Ilanmher.,
$273.42; liarnwell, $4.11.30; liemufort,
$239.38; Berkely, $369.06; Charles
ton, $906.78; Chevrokvv, $320.76; Chies..
ter, $110.22; ('h4esterfield, $270.3s;
( 'uond n, $ 3.011; (tolletim. $')s.90;
t)hui I.t4'n, $1:10.flt:; 1)4urehe4ter',
$167. 15: 1'Flrence'. $.125.-11; ' e. e
4town , 1. : (4 n ile490 .5
TI1( ii 1414 he I iii'4 di4st rib) b he S4t;iI
tille Irn ine 44'' 2 r e li as due coi' the
iNv I emb '4t'.2s a 'oii is will , 21wh1ieb
runozu ni ll l.0001 ind noul ,Is
Un ('4 ' .\ I' ed N I': 7. (b 'Ihoolii only
S.abi'ut iii,.00 hi ebiuhi was t ien-v
tera It'(ii''s is1 Itte 'il iIhte a te b is : inoun
wil be turnoed ver eahweIo h
nex llSeC wees. dTihis ii wl make the
fotrl out ieno Ilhcn ool h
gys bn rfu5l.000.
.SNe ) Yok,No. . heirnman.
S.Sienn The Iepusblien Ntin
lucneso conundm.itte illate orh
dent' .'.'osvethot : ldii
we eCnstomr's Liuttl,e have-Sre
postr, showilng seven i reulcn andt
ta wondocrati.indhienBlt iscn..
fimor siat flipbiencn
SARGENT ON IMMTGRATION.
Thinks Permanency of Line Depeni
on the South.-Better Wages
Must Be Paid.
Charleston, Nov. 4.-Frank
Sargent, commissioner general of it
nigration, the highest official in tli
department of the federal gover
ment, who has devoted much time at
thought to every phase of foreign it
migration, who knows it from a to
from Bel,gium or Croatia, from Sec
land or Montenegro, all the way
Ellis Island and into the Unit4
States, is much interested in the ne
lovement. in the South and speal
quite favorably of it.
Mr. Sargent with an efficient coi
of' interpreters, inspectors, stenc
raphiers and custolms deputics, h;
been ill Cliarleston since Friday at
hias beeni ent-gpl inl various prepar
!(nsI for I le hnling of the Witt
im 'IpasI'lsn,-ers. lIesides this, ti
' minii n r :1iii4 his assistaints aI
o asitls 1)] 11.N,n eourlesies;
i I l U s o f i ii in i rl e s o i il a s c ' i
lie has il fl iie m ) stop and talk.
ulit it was dirin one of'hlis breati
in' spells Ihis mornin, a-s lie sat i
ihe flbby of I he Ch:arleston hotel, h
Ilre .i nin %,(d the n e p i n c m i
r tr i a r:.mi l the h:n-or, t int I
was crenl fo cIat on intir
! ii'? It's.
Succes; Depends onl South.
I v <ih-wils nire1icly IIpnI (to it
ln Illhe So th r i1 pell ople lake i
t .o.;1h1.1ma the pre-tpanalim
[hwy make1 for1 1 he new comers,' sai
i wIen asheIl his view of, file piss
iities of1 I lmovelleilt. 'It shoill
n1IM11heeI t hat 0t 4se 14411le 4imi
n:!;-- 1 iv 1n th e
.I Ibin s what: I hev' h.lievel Ih1o
h be, thev will iiilee otheri's .o foui
Mr. S:r. ent cited ils tanees of ti
Car'thIi and IW est as proof of his state
114-ilt. T ile tn1a est imh w I
11bier (df pleasel settle's wIo ar
0o1l there- theibe advertiseienl
le letters they' write to the relative
IrOad telling of, the satisfac'tion the,
Ive floulid in their new homes.
''hut it wholly depends,'' he re
eated, ''ullpo tile way these peopil
re Ireated after they get here, as to
hr s'weSS o1 m4vemenit. h'lle Solt
a t tinpmn a nwnzof lwospervl
yand we L'e ie uendevi n11g in ever:
v'ay to ecllColragc it,'' lie added. ''I
few Yea's tle Soith should have 11m
nii.-ralnts wol will make it their loIc
ho will riear tind educeate good faml'
lies, upbuild industries and add t
lie prosperity of the country.''
Development of Southern Ports.
As t) his view of the permanene;
u14 sueiss of tians-A tlailtic steam
e4i thonght it certAin, if the coi
43ny were' encouragedLi1~C by amplle r
or n caiu 'c's. 1ie hioled to1 see pci
o e h- blih4 .41 bliev'
a In lie Sothi I as ev.ideced'c h
he splemi'idc exhibits dli'wplayedi l
noi4rant1 at iI thI le recen irii ini Mini
nerylLi, .\l:i. N4' ro4 exhliis conl
1:er, e'.ithler, or1 he ough1lt inot 'to be
or he1. hails f'rom New.. Enigland, bu
e ii he4 a4 :one who, vlc haLdu stuiediti th
uii''n4I. had1 041. nle44comparLi1sons, ani
l e:vin tg toi secure as settIlers anida
-omplIet itrs aga inist thle less 111hrift
Aliens From Northern States.
HIe also suggeted't theI splhndidl pos
ibility of ineuing wort hy aliens wh
myve alr1eadly set tled ini the NorIthii
hange their adolcpted homes for a bet
er one' iln the Sothtl. Hie thought th
southbern elimtrote should invite thlos
vh'lo found that of thle frigid Not
00 harsh to make a home thiere. Th
oil is uneelled. Opportunities fo
naking money anld for investing it, hi
hiought , the best.
For (lhe third time duirinlg his dis
uiSon o)f tihe possibilities ofC immi
ralltioni ini thIii SouthI, lie repeaited hi:
' (lie Sout herni people ais ai whole Co
lie success oft thle movement. ''It al
les with (lie plei (of the South,' 114
repeated emphatically striking his Ti
fist on tle arm1 of his chair, ''whetli
Is er they will have the ,imnigrationi
they nced and want. If you can dret po
solie of these gentlemen dow.n liete, no0
who own large tracts of land to open eei
up their hearts a little bit and sell 10
P. small tracts to the industrious immi- cal
- grants, it would be the best thing that fri
is ever happened for the South.'' in!
n- A porter called Mr. Sargent to the su
id phone. "Anything else?" he asked ed
- pleasantly as he left his seat. But
z, there was something else-.
t- Immipration Competition a Stimulant ar
to He was asked whether 'or not lie
)1 thotught immigrant labor would evein
w tually replace negro labor on the
ks farm and in tle household.
"I'm not prepared to say," was Sh
)s the reply, ''but I believe it will act a
r, as a stimulant t9 the negro and mako Ph
As hiim a better worker.'' le reniarked a it
d very apt word to eXpress it., but sueli T%
a- ,oipititioti would arouse in the negro
a little ''o -n I e ''--a quality inl wa
e wleh 1ot few ar' fouild waitiitig. mI
ro South Should Keep Her Sons. "'
it ''A ther iing for lie South it e
dt do,s' said he. it' shie would prosper, St<
''is to tir-e its sonls to stay at homw
anid buihi it up. l.'eouri-age the young
man to enter business at once. Let the
SouIth utilize tle energies and braial
(of ils wn l young men.'' And he spoke '
I f 4) the lo ss f lie t oi t hti to other s-t
lions of the coutrt Iy inl the heavy O
mui-:ratim of its best blood. The al
-llin 11 tuli or his slitlemtient,. as :p.- t
plied tio SolthlI Carolini.1a, enn only he
n realizvd b)Y recallint. thle fact (that
i) to 1900 Ito less tlin 233,000 pIo
ple botI with in the liInits of tle
State had mligrated to ohIler ,State. fI
d So backward has sli been in tle mat1- le
t t1f10 i m Iratit e st -, wit
In,2n11:! !, the hilndranc1es inl the
way o f Itropean iutirii--ationl to the
Soultih, tle commnliissioIeIr genieral stat
e ed that tlhere were cet-taiti grave o11es,
a notable instance of which was the na
dis-;1ribuition lif m1 laps inl EuIrOpe, de- h
o si.-natin)g the Soulih as the black belt.
h but he remiarked, ''Even this can be
t overcome by the intelligent work o fil
suchllI mIen as Mr. Watson of your State for
department of immigration.'' Ch
In the commissioner general's re
port for last year the surprisingly
litinaiml dist ributtion of the year's iar- sin
rival Idf illiligranlts is gtapli-allY. i0- me
Iistirated by meams of, a collorled Charit. W.
The immigration receive(l by the 26
State of New York, for instance, is stoi
relesented by pink -And! neirly one
hin th lie clart, is pink. South Car
olinai has no color on the chart, did
not demanid space enough to hold the
iamie, and has to be designated in the sa
margin. So it is with a number of lis
other Soulthern St ates.
myai sn stions have beeni ma1e .li
ais to a renlt-)ly tor t his c. odit ilt of
afairits. Thia I Soth i Carol ina hias tru
ta ken a riight Istep itt tuniing imin-- Cit
naits di-et to her ownt coatsts ant
~ I h i iiiidu l hand liit i nd enc m
tIn-inh Eilirel conrell it. a proi- yo
Si o fo the evatminatio 1 of t etmi- ev
"rants bef('ore theyP leave t heir thome (c
-polurt s tn stend of a ft er thir lrit--ival ofi
me. This w~othi 11t''prven needlIess
It oiiuble 1and 5 sufer-ini tot th wh<, tifi
)ianno)t enter( andI who must hie ieturttn
P4 Ied t lithei t oft embartkat ion.
" We hadui to setid back I'?,000 bast
yor,'ie said, ''an tihthis shiouild not,
''Andas tothat CharIottec matt.er
-are It-r a ny futther dePvelopmnts
ini thle eause?'' he w-as asked.___
'The matltr is now in thle hands F
of thle depiatment of jnist ice,'' lie re
p Jlied1, ''and will be handled by thiem.
-The labor brought over in v-iolat ion
3 of' the law~ has been returnied to t heir
o homes, except those needed hei-e aes
a But whetn Charleston enter-tuans she
r enitertains, and it was soon time for'
a Commissioner Sargent to start to the
- The Horrid Thing I
i Anl English print seller advet.tises g)
in his catalogue aa ''undr-apedl model
of a und girl.'' Some Etnglish .prit
Iseller-s use shioekitng languuage.-Chiica
#N MILLION OHINESE
Sha glhi, Nov. 4.--Missionaries re
rt a most severe famine in the
rthern part of Kiangus province,
itral China. It is estimated that
,000,000 people face starvation. Lo
I magistrates are preventing people
mi leaving the region, but are tak
r no steps to provide them with food
pplies. Serious disorders are fear
[f people are the right kind, they
3 never unkind.
A Healing Gospel.
[he Rev. J C. Warren, iaslor of
aron Baptist Church, Belair, Ga,
Is of Electric Bitters: It cured me
lame back, stiff joints, and a corn
ite physical collapse I was so weak
took me half an hour to walk a mile
ro bottles of Electric Bitters have
Lde me so strong I have jpst walked
-cc miles in 50 minutes av. d feel like
lking three more. It's made a new
Ln of me." Greatest remedy for
'akness and all Stomach Liver and
Iney coiplaints. Sold under guran
tit W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
)re. Price 5oc.
A Perfect Gentleman.
'ommy-Father, what is a perfect
V'afher-Ai perfect gentlenian is a
n who, when you begin telling himt1
ir Iroitbles, does not interru1pt by
in, to tell yotu h is.-Toronto Truit
Ohas. W. Moore, a machinist, of
rd City, Pa., had his hand fright
ly burncd in an electrical furnace.
applied Bucklen's Arnic Salve
h the usual result: "a quick and
fe e'Gre." Grenst huer on
& ""on, Drnow; i:,
His Soft Heart.
[arold,'' she exclaimed, after she
I rested for a moment against his
tily breast, ''I lleieve you have
TaCm. y urself darlin!.,'' hie repli
I 've agreed to help Pror. Light
zer with his sleight-of-hand per
nance tonight. That's a rabbit.''
He Was In Trouble.
I was in trouble, but found a way
of it, and I'm a happy man again,
:e Dr. King's New Life Pills cmed
of chronic constipation," says E.
Goodloe, 107 St Louis St., Dallas,
: Guaranteed satisfactory. Price
:ents at W. E. Pelham & Son's drug
'Now you know that old adage,"
I the manager of the bath estab
'What's that sir?" inquired the
'If you wanit to matike al man: mad(,
him the wrong way.''-Kansas
T ~t Man in Arkan,sa,
r-r for 4'o umption, w'b-4t1 k(Iow
:plited Ihe~ co '' ''orev. he w~' or'.t
ghs and vsb .l.r 1 tone refunded
W. E. Pelham & Sin's di uggist.
andl $1.00 Trial bottle free.
t will lot a life t ime~ is w'hiat you
at. Our OC),n hat8lve a pu1re tone
i lovely c;ses We com suIppl.
with an Organ that will p)l(ose in
iry particular for only $65 andl $70
vered. Write us for our special
ms of payment, and for illustrations
h.he beautiful Organs refer'red to.
f you prefer a Piano we have beau
il and good new Uprights from $185
on easy terms.
lalone's Music House,
Ct.-',UMBIA, S. C.
uggy For Sale
lrst-class. teather gitarter.top huggy guar
inteed; set of s.Iite huggy harness., $6.o3
3eorgla Vecicte Manfacturing Co.,3
52 w. Mitchell t.. Atlantat. n
ALL KINDS '
F. W. WHITE.
To every cusi
chases $5.00 or (
and Notions we,
tern of their owr
The offer begins Mo
and holds good until M<
Don't think because wI
much our selection is r
stantly getting in new
Be sure to come to see
Which we use are without
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach P1
We always practice PUF
PURITY counts, and cou
Ask your doctor.
For full inforr
NORTH - SJTH
Two Daily Pullman V'e
Between S3OUTH a
The Best Rates and Roi
Via Richmond and \~
Norfolk and Steam
Louis, Chicago, NeJ:
Points South and Sou.ths
and Jacksonville and,
POSSITrIVELy THE SHOF
'For detailed information
man reervations, etc., appe~
board Air Line Railway, or J
Passenger Agent, Colunibia,
C. F. STE WART, A
SA VA NN/
W. L RifOtJGIS, Trav.
.omer who pur
wer of DryGoods
will give one pat
nday, November 12th,
:>nday, November 26th.
3 have been selling so
ot good. We are con
goods in all our lines.
'ITY, S. C.
exception the purest grade.
ITY when preparing medi
.its for much, in medicines.
3 East and
stibu led Lirited Trains
jte Lo all Eastern Cities
Vashinigton, or via
is, Louisville, St.
W Orleans, ano~ All
all points in Florida
!TEST INE BETWEEN
,rates, sche d-les, Pull..
ito any agent - The Sea
os. W. Stewanc, Traveling
;st, fieni. Pass. Agt.,
Pass. Agt. Columibia S C.