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ALES FOR DISPENSARY.
ing Monthly Report From
uditor West.-Large Decrease
ie monthly report of Dispensary
itor West shows the total sales
June and the operating expenses
ounties. For the month just clos
harleston heads in sales and also
erating expenses. The expenses
harleston amount to over $2,900.
is more than double the expen
f Aiken. thei next higher county.
iting to over l.200. The sales
iken Amount to nearly $153.000
e sales for Charleston to near
.6,000. The sales for Riehland
t to $35,000, and the expenses
t to only $261 per month.
total sales for June in the 21
es amounted to over $214,000,
was a decrease of about $25.
as compared with the month of
y, when the sales amounted to
9,304.17. As compared with the
th of June, 1908. .the decrease is
t $34,000, the total sales for June
that year being $244,036.12.
e operating expenses for the
h of June show a decrease as
ared with the month of May.
xpenses for June amounted to
1.58, as compared with $15,-1
6 for the month of May. The
ge also asced about $200.
e following is the statement of
s, operating expenses and break
by counties for the month of
ren ............ 14,915.07
amberg ............. 4,863.22
anwell ............. 9,827.46
eaufort ............. 8,940.90
rkeley .. .. .. .. .. 4,588.99
rleston .. ........ 45.644.54
leton ............ 3,950.45
chester .. ........ 3,470.29
il. .. 4,495.25
ence .......... 10,257.23
getown ........... 8,323.50
pton ............ 3,020.48
ington .......... 4.190.51
land .......... 36,287.75
ter .. . ............12,164.50
liamsburg .... .... ...6,259.25
tal .. ......... ..$214,646.35
EVELYN THAW IN COURT.
amined in Hearing on Husband's
Application for Release.-Ap
pears Little Changed.
hiite Plains, N. Y., July 13.
yn Nesbit Thaw, as pretty as ev
petulant and school-girlish and
- d in the familiar blue which she
ected so much during the trial -of
husband, Harry K. TJiaw, for the
der of Stanford White, was on
stand for more than an hour be
Justice Mills in' the supreme
rt here today, subpoenaed by the
te in its fight to keep Thaw in the
lum for at.he criminal insare at
ut for the absence of the dainty
n collar, which Mrs. Thaw wore
much during both of the murder
l3, she appeared today much the
e as she did when District Attor
Jerome was trying to send Thaw
he electric chair.
nd t.hough called by the State in
ndeavo.r to prove Harry K. Thaw
tional. what Roger Clark. the at
rnev eeneral. drew from her lips to
c reated .rather a favorable
pressi.mn for her husband. She was
used from the stand shortly after
'clock but was resubpoenaed by
e State and will probably appear
~ain tomorrow morning. On the al
mate outcome of Evelyn Thaw 's
stimony -the State's fight largely
ss. C Mr. Clark t.ried hard today to
t her to admit that Thaw had
reatened her life when she visited
m on one occasion after his com
itment to Matteawan.
But, turning 'appealingly to the
urt. she repeatedly refused to ans
er his question, and after a clash
tween counsel. Justice Mills ruled
hat he wouLld hold( the conversation
nwhich the threat is supposed to
~ive been made a confidential one be
ween husband and wife. and there
re privileged untik the St.ate pre
nted efvidencee to show that Daniel
J'Reilly, the New Tork lawyer, who
was present at the time. was not then
acting as counsel for both Mr. and
urs. Thaw. She was excused after
entifying a number of papers in
r husband 's handwriting.
Aside from Evelyn Th*aw 's appear
e, which was the sensation of the
the testimony was much like that
vesterday--accountS by witnesses
ed by Th aw 's eennsel. all uf whom
d daily at the criminal courts
ix. When she left the stand
olrnev 'S ofjee-.
On t'he :11tand she wasi relnetant to
answer Mr. Clark's questions and h-ad
to be instrited to do so a number of
time, by th; court. The tears (am
to her eyes once when .Juetiee Mills
ruled against her and she turned to
'him and said petulan.tly:
"I guess I will have to obey. for I
can not afford contempt proceedings.
or go to jail. My husband is not pay
ing me anything now. and 1 hJave not
enough monev to hire counsel.''
Perhaps the most favorable bit of
testimony for Thaw today was t.hat
of Frank Toomey. his bodyguard for
five or six months at Matteawan. He
said that Thaw had exhibited no ir
rational tendencies during that time.
The State's representatives an
nonced today that they had retained
Dr. Austin Flint and Dr. Carlos F.
Macdonald. who. with Dr. Amos B.
Baker of Matteawan. will make up
the State's trio of alienists along lines
agreed upon by counsel yesterday.
The mental examination to test
Thaw's sanity is to be conducted in
open court by t.he lawyers. prompted
by the experts.
VILLAGES NEARLY DESTROYED
Norway and Yemassee Visited by
Columbia State, 14th.
The business districts of two South
Carolina villages. Norway and YemAs
see. situated miles apart, were prae
tically destroyed by fire about the
same hour, 2 o'clock, yesterday morn
ing. The loss at Norway was about
$30.000 and at Yemassee about $25.
Nowway, July 13.-Norway was
visited by the greatest fire in her his
tory this morning. About 2 o'clock
fire was discovered it the general
store of S. C. Huff. As all buildings
were constructed of wood the angry
flames soon spread and the effort to
save any of the adjoining buildings
was futile. At such an early hour the
citizens gathered rather slowly and it
was some time before much work
could be accomplished. Mr. Huff's
dwelling was joined to his store. For
some time it was feared that some of
the children had been left in the house
but it was discovered that all were
This being the biysiness block of the
town t.he flames soon reached the
large general store of H. P. Fulmer.
This was ,a two-story building aTid
the fight to save other buildings be
came still harder.
Mr. D. Hlyden 's dry goods and no
tions store was next the building that
caught. Messrs. Bonnett & Sandi
fer's general store, being under same
building, was enveloped in flames.
Next came the maddening rush of
flames to the general store and dwel
ling of P. W. Hut to, which was so-t i
Mrs. Tone Hutto 's millinery, across
the street, was burned with contents.
The bank building was badly dam
The barn and its contents of Mr.
J. L. Glover were totally destroyed.
The amount of damage can not be
accurately ascertained as some of the
parties are out of towni, but below is
a fair estimate:
S. C. Huff, store $700, dwelling $1,
000: stoek of groods .$700. Insurance
H. P. Fulmer. store $2.500: stock
$i0.000: insurance $6.000.
D. Hvden. stock $1..500; insurance
P. W. Hutt, store and dwelling
$2.000: stoek. .$3.00; insurance $3.
Mrs. lone Hutto, stock $500; no in
Bonnett & Sandifer, stock $3,500;
Bank of Norway, damaged, $600.
.B. B. Williams, building .$3,000; in
Total loss $29,000; insurance .$14,
Today there is nothing to mark the
spot of the once business part of the
town save a few chimneys and smold
erine embers. but withI all these ea
lamitie's the people are determined.
Order.e have already zone out for
brick to rebiuild.
FLAMES SWEEP YEMASSEE.
Three Stores With Their Contents and
the Postoffice are Destroyed-Rail
way Property Saved.
Beaufort. July 13.-A fire that de
stroyed about $25.000 worth of prop
erty swept out most of t.he village of
Yemiassee early this morning.
The large general store of Mfr. W.
D). Sanders. WYeeks' drug store. Lith
tield's store and the poIstoffic.e were
h:s! tothe ground with all thir
and( pa-- -er, pot were -.aved by
ie I1)f-the f.uur metmbers of
T :et sie f the fiei unknown.
It started at 2 o 'clock and burned un
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