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THE NEW KING
Ascends the Throne of Portugal
and That Country is
UNDER A NEW REGIME
Premier Tranco, Who Was Made
Dictator by the Murdered Klug.
Has Uccn Driven From Onice, and
a Now Cabinet Has Boon Formed,
Which lt Is Hoped Will Bring
Fence (o Portugal.
A dispatch from I,ibsen, Portugal,
Rays under a new reghuo with a
King and the establishment of a
new Cabiueat, Portugal seems to ho
for tho mouton! al peace. There is
an underlying current of revolution,
however, ?o?d the strictest measure*
are hoing taken to preserve order.
Franco, the once dictator, was
forced to rosiga because of tho bit
terness ot' tho people against him,
and tho Cabinet will strive for thc
wei faro of tho fatherland under the
Presidency ot" Rear Admiral do
An ofllcial statement glvi n out was
to tho effoct that the President, of
tho Cabinet would bo supported bj
all the groups of monarchists, who
bad agreed to forget previous differ
The situation for Premier Franco,
aller tho assassination of the Kins
and Crown Prince, became impossi
During the days which preceded
the tragedy and during tho tumul
tuous manifestations on tho strebts
with the later discoveries of the vast
scores of arms and bombs public
opinion backed him in bis efforts to
maintain order, hut the murders
changed tho entire complexion of thc
Ho has not boen seen on the streets
since lils mooting with the King im
mediately alter the latter's arrival
from Villa Volcas, but all possible
places where ho might have boen are
closely watched and guarded,
The lfew Cabinet, which s compos
ed of the strongest members of var
ious factions, but. all Opposed to
Franco, has drawn to il a strong pa
triotic supporting movement.
During tho night do Amara! and
tho chiefs of the Monarchists party
held a protracted session and laid
ont a Urogramme looking to tho pac
ification of tho people.
The opening session of tho new
council was bold Monday. Klag
Manuel ll appeared before his minis
ters and with a voice vibrant with
"I am yet without experience in
tho science of politics. I place my
self entirely in your hands, Hooding
and believing in your patriotism ami
Some of tho new ministers have
ticen notably opposed to Franco's iron
rule. Not Ono of tho Franco minis
ters romain, so thal his regime dis
appears with him
Aller Hie list of the new Cabinet
Officers was given <>ut il was an
nounced thal these sided ions were
not llnal, and that changes were
The most notable changos ar?
thosi of ibo President and of the
Minister of Justice, tho latter. Realtor
Ampoim, having been foremost hi
Opposition io the Franco regime.
The eily is still in the throes of
induise excitement, and the authori
ties continue to follow unceasingly
tho delails of the plot., which culmi
na tod in the assassination Of Un
3<iag and Iiis heir, lt was establish
ed thal linea, one of (he regicides,
ls a widower wiih a daughter', riged
seven ami a son only a few months
The newspaper, Notlcas, says one
of the regicides who was billed was
a Spaniard who was tait?n Into cus
tody recently in connection willi the
discovery (d' a depot ol' bombs, bu*,
who was later released.
One ol' the men now under arrest
is au Italian, who played in the or
chestra in a theatre of Lisbon. Thia
man is in an extreme condition of
hysteria. lils food in ibo prison
is served bini v. ?I bout knives or
forks for fear that he will kill him
The Investigations of tho police
show that the murders were carefully
planned'. On ?Saturday the assas
sins mOt secretly in the back room
of a cafe and then? laid ont OVOry
Step of \he plot, which I hey were en
abled i<V do, as all the details relat
ing to (he home coaling of Hie King
had lii-en made public.
To each was assigned a post lu
the work ol' shooting down the mem
bers of the royal family, but lol;
wane ili-.-uvn for the s?lection ol' each
particular Victim; Those who drew
Queen Amelie and Prince Manuel
failed to carry oui their bloody (ask
DisuH VIF.D HUI; JAW.
Laughing nt a Funny St.ny Tobi Ucl
by lier Husband.
While Mrs. Mary I .a in herlson wa;
at sapper with her husband, ai theil
home. Brooklyn, ho told b<-r a funny
(dory. When Hu- point of Hie story
was reached, Mrs Lninhertson laugh*
cd so heartily 1er several minnies
that she dislocated ber jaw. She was
taken lo Hie Roney hospita), where
tho Jaw wu? tesol.
SIX MILL TAX.
Likely to be Levied for State Pur
poses This Year.
Tilla Would lie an lucienne of a Mill
., and a Half Over (nu Tax of Lust
The appropriation bill which was
presented to the llouso Friday by the
ways and moans will carry tho lovy
to flvo and one-half mills, and per
haps to six milln. The lory for 1907
ls four nod one-half mills, which waa
uot sufllciout to raise the appropria
Tho bill as reported will carry
$.10,000 for tho new auditorium
building desired by the University of
South Carolina; also $43,744 for
support and other Items, which will
bring tho appropriation for tho Uni
versity to $83,569.04, as against
$64,038.93 last year.
For Winthrop College, the sum of
$64,435.22 is given for support, and
$2,000 additional Tor septic tanks,
raising tho total amount to $78,059.
S2 as against $74,563.70 last year.
This sum does uot include the $24,
000 voted for a now dormitory, nor
tho $12,500 for practico school, al
For tho Citadel, tho sum of $2.0,
000 to repair tho recently purchased
police station is Included, together
with the $7,500 duo as second pay
meat on thc purchase, makin}; tho
total appropriation $62,750, us
aga last $35,750 last year.
For tho industrial school nt Flor
ence the stil t of $10 000 is given.
For cont inning tho Improvement of
the State House grounds the sum of
$10,000 ls given, thc commission
having asked for $25,000.
Tho appropriation for the depart
ment of Immigration is as follows:
Salary of commissioner, $1,900;
derk $1,200; expenses. $:;,ooo: sten
ographer, $600; handbook, $4,000.
Total, $10,700, as against $14,000
1 asl year.
There are no other Important
change:-; lu any of lim other Slate
0 ill cora oxcopt that of Attorney Coh
era!. The salary of tho assistant
Attorney General is raised Hom $1,
500 to $1,800, the contingent lund ls
raised from $200 to $:;t)u, tko litiga
tion fund is placed at $2,000, and
tho stenographer ls given VC.00, mak
ing a total of $0,72?, as against $S,
076 last year.
Tho stun of $1,00 0 given last year
for any prosecutions of Stale olll
clnls, and $1,000 for prosecuting
the Southern Hallway merger sui!
are not included this year.
Attorney General Lyon asked for
$5,000 to prosecute tho merger snit
and requested thal ho either ho glv
t a a sulllcient amount or ho mn rc
i|iitrod to prosecute the wiso nt all.
The amount asked is not given.
Foy waler supply the (I mount ls
fixed at $3,000, as against $5,000
last year, and Ibis will likely bc in
creased on tho floor. For interest oh
State debi thc sum of $300,000 is
allowed. The amount for pensions is
fixed at $250,000, tho same as lasi
year, lind nil other items are prac
tically unchanged, except those hot
ed above. There are no Increases ul
Sitiarlos except small ones already
The commit lee on ways and moans
has spent a great deal of (imo "ii Hie
hill, having several meetings a day,
and Chairman Hanks and Secretary
Aull have hoon ;i I iou t tho busiest men
in tho General Assembly for Ibo lasi
1 wo weeks. *
FATA I, TAUGHT SHOOTING.
Voling White .Man Accidentally Kills
Young ( lol o rod Man.
Will Harper, colored, was accident
ally shot and killed near Troy ia
Abbeville Conni v on Tuesday ol' last
week hy Lewis ItohlllSOIV, a vouai:
wiiiie man. Harper and dobinson
were in the woods together cutlini:
wood, and thal Kohinsoh had carried
his single-harici shotgun with him
While In the Woods the two began
shooting at targets, and afterward!
shooting at a piece of limber) Whicl
first one and then the oilier Wo ult
throw Into the air. Harper had shol
?once, then ItobillSOll tried hts luck
His first shol VVOnl wild, and in re
loading his gun and got tl ll g rea (I J
for the second ?hoi lt was accident
ally dlkeliargedi taj? onllro load ?
shot striking Harper in the neck
killing him Instantly.
WOIthtlCH SOI TIICKN I OK PASSIM
Voling White Man Arrested' at Green
ville on New Charge.
J. II. Clark, a young white man
was arrested al Creenville on Thurs
dli.V, charged with Obtaining passe
from the Southern Railway hy nink
lng false representations. Clar?n
represented llllll>'0lf as being an en
glliCor on the Southern, and in Hill
way seeurod many passes. When ai
rested he had two quarterly passe:
of the New Vor!; Central on his pei'
non, l">ili ol' them being made out 0
'different na riles. '
I bo n't eoininti fie error too fie
quontly made by thc politicians
There ls a va il difference between
working the world und working foi
To Re Outlawed in This Ki ide as
Thy Ar? Ia Other*.
There WUB a long dehnte in the
House on Tuesday on Mr. McMuster's
.bill declaring unlawful the charging
und receiving of usury. Mr. Me M as
ter explained the operations of the
money sharks in Columbia and their
successful work in robbing tho poor
people who aro compelled to pay as
muck us 4 0 per ceut. on u loan of
$10. The hill finally passed in tiie
"Section 1. That it shall be unluw
of 20 per cent, per annum on the
tion to charge, accept, receive or
contract to receive, as Interest, coin
mission or ot lier premium for the
uso of money, directly or indirectly,
by any Ucl ion, guise or pretense, any
greater sum than shall equal the rate
of 20 per cent, pr annum on tiie
"Sec. 2. Any person, firm or cor
poration violating the provisions of
the preceding section shall he deem
ed guilty ol' a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall ho punished
hy a fino of not moro than $100 or
imprisoned tor not exceeding thirty
days for each and every offense:
Provided, Thai nothing herein con
tained shall in- construed to conflict
whh the present provisions of law
as to usury, but shall bo taken ns
additional to said provisions."
DYNAMITE) IN SHIP'S OOAU.
Commander bf Battleship Ohio Re
ports Finding a Stick.
Tin? commanding ofllcer of the bat
tleship Ohio reports that while tak
ing coal front Hie chartered collier,
Fortuna, at Port, of Spain, Trinidad,
a stick of dynamite about Ave indies
in length \T?S found. Tho Fortuna
had a cargo of new levier coal sup
plied by the Herwlnd White Coal
Alining Company, of Newport News,
Va. This dynamite was evidently u
stick used in mining coal and es
caped tho observation of miners and
persona who subsequently handled
Hie coal while loading into thc
IMPRISONED FIVE DAYS.
Mau Was Almost Fresen and His
Reason ls Impaired.
Locked In a box car for live days,
without food or waler, George
Selim id I, fifty yours old, traveled
from Newark, N. J., to York, Pa.
He was taken from the car almost
f rosen and his reason is impaired.
Schmidt last Wednesday morning
boarded a freight car at Newark/ to
have shelter from the storm. Sl'.ftly
afterward railroad employes locked
Hie ear and it. was atached tO| a
freight train. Schmidt was un Oil) le
to make himself heard until the train
SOLDIERS PERISH IN STORM;
Members of Algerian Company Over
come in Snow Storm.
A dispatch from Ain-Sefla, Algeria,
says twonty-ono men bf the 2-1 Hi com
pany of tho foreign logion, and pos
sibly ol hers of the samo company,
perished oh February l In a blinding
snow storm which overtook the sol
diers oil their w ay lo Fort I lassa.
The entire company bei ame sepornt
ed; and hiter searchers recovered
lb bodies of twenty-one of them. A
section of tiie company succeeded la
reaching Fort 1 lassa n ft pltlhlo con
dition, but many are unaccounted
FRENCH AND MOODS FICHT.
Moora Dose Ten Thousand and the
French Over a Hundred.
A London news agency publishes
a dispatch front Tangier, saying
there has been ;i bailie hot wen the
French and the Moors near Sottet.
Morocco, in which lu,nun Moot's were
killed or Wounded and in which the
French los;.es n mo un lcd lb 100 men,
Including four ofllcers. Tho Moors,
! with Intorpld bravery, charged righi
up to the months of the anns until
lucir corjies lay dead in piles on the
TH FY WA XT FOOD.
Startling Story Told by a New York
That many of her pupils come
without breakfast to school, thai on
occasslons several base fainted in
tho class room from want of food,
and that repeated appeals to (hardy
organizations brough! nothing more
than long-delayed replies to tho ef
fect that "lill Investigation would ho
made" are among sta touton! S made
by Mrs. H. T. TOWOI', principal of pub
lic school No. Iii, at 715 Olivia
street, ?New York. *
f?KJllTV-FIVE Ol J li v 1 IONS
Were Performed OH Woman AV ho
' At Peoria, III. Mrs. Martha Ann
Davis, aci d du sears, died Thursday
nigh! aller an illness of dropsy. Dur
ing this HtUO Mrs. Davis had been
operated oh sr? limes, and 2,ooo
j shipment ol' colton from infected Im -
pounds of water drawn Off at dlf*
feronl oporatlons. Physicians de
(larc thc case to be one ol' the most
singular of its kind In medical his
ty the Burning of a Steamer Off
REST OF CREW SAVED.
The White Star Liner Cymric Itcscu
ed Thirty-Seven Member* of Ute
Ship's Company, Hut a Small Hunt
Containing Fifteen of the Ship's
Crew Was Swamped, and the Men
Were I.obi. t.
In tile midst of a wild blizzard
Monday afternoon the steamer St.
Cuthbert was burned to tho water's
edge off tho Nova Scotian coast. Fif
teen mom bora of the crow were
drowned by tho swamping of a small
boat, tn which they attempted to
leave the vessel aller lire had broken
The other thirty-seven members of
the crow, including tho captain, WOK.'
rescued by the White Star liner Cym
ric. After taking off tho Survivors,
Hie Cymric ahandondod the burning
steamer and proceded to Boston.
Tho first news of the destruction
of the St.. Cuthbert received was at
Halifax by a wireless telegram from
Capt. Finch of the Cymric. The mes
sage was as follows:
"Tho steamer St. Cuthbert vfas
abandoned afire Monday afternoon
off tho Nova Scotian coast. Tho Cym
ric stood by for niuo hours during a
strong gale, heavy soa and snow
"Life boat, in charge of chief ofll
cer, making three perilous trips, res
cued thirty-seven members of the
crew, including tho captain. Several
members ot the crow wore severely
burned ami Injured.
"Fifteen of the crew were drown
ed Sunday while attempting to leave
tho vessel. Their boat was swamped
by a heavy sea.
"Sea cocks loft open oil St. Cuth
bert, which will probably sink within
twelve lunns. ll is now a danger
ous derelict, lying in tho path of New
Work and Hu ro pea ll vessels."
The St. Cuthbert owned by the
Itritish and KO reign Steamship Com
pany of Liverpool, sailed from Ant
werp on January 1'.I for New York.
When the steamship Cymric loft the
scene ol tho disaster the burning
steamship was lying direct ly in the
Trans-Atlantic steamship course. The
Cymric loft Liverpool on January 24
The steamship St. Cuthbert was
comparatively a new vessel, having
been built in 19?4 at New Castle,
longland, by tho A mist rong-W hil -
worth Company. St. Cuthbert was
4,954 tons register.
PLCNC10S TO DF.ATH.
Railroad Man falls Out of a Sleep
ing Cat* Window.
H. H. Hlgham, assistant Industrial
agent ot the Seaboard Air Line rail
road, was found near Method, NT. C.,
Tuesday. It is believed he fell out
of a Bleeper car window of a Sea
board train, which runs parallel with
the Southern at that point.
How to Cure Hbcumat ism.
Th? CMIIHO ol It'iciuu 11 m i mel kindred dis?
?<?'?. li an exec** of ?ric nvi 1 In Um Mood:
To ?oro this lei ribla il .sois tho no!d innil
bc expelled und ide uyaintn s ? regulated that
noni II fl cid ?sill bo formed in e\ o sive quail
ii ii ?. Rlietimntlum ls an Internal diionsc nn<1
fqtdr* fin Intornnl ruined T, Kubbine1 willi
? ?ls mu? Itnin'Mitt will m t rn re, H ff ?rds oiilv
temporary reliof o' IKW? causes! you t<> rV
I.iy lint i roj er I reit um it, III . nu iWs lim m I
i?dy to get a firmer 11 o sou, I.lui joittf
muy wiMi t o pauli),bul they Will i>" liiorocu ?
I (liemiil ?? in 11 ttt<i p.i i a i Hil eliango tho Hiiro o I
rotten .. i o I.
Science luis .it lust discovered ii perfeel
nd complete cure wlii li In (filled Ul. ct mu
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well all over, Itln-utii'icld ''s'rikos th'i roo'
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Don't Like tho Nnuio.
At Violin, S. D., th? parents of n
now-horn daughter having named
her Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, their
neighbors ure indignant and threat
en violence unless the child's nume
is changed. ' *
Patience with lessor lives is born
of the lurger Ufa.
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