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Progress of the War at a Glance.
Feb. 7?Diplomatic relations between
ltussia and Japan broken off.
Feb. 8?Japanese squadron fired
on by gunboat Koreitz olY Chemulpo.
Feb. 9?Japanese torpedo boats
blow up Russian battleships Czar
eviteh and Relzivan and cruiser
Pallada at Port Aitliur.
Fob. 9?Japanese fleet engngo
Russian fleet and forts at Port
Arthur, disabling Russian battleship
Poltava and four cruisers.
T7? L. n T? 1
amj'j, u.?o i?ir<vuufcu squuu run c11 ?
gugo Ku-wian cruiser Naryog and
ttTrpedo gunboat Koroitz off Chemulpo,
Feb. 10?JapanC30 seize Chemulpo
and SooulT the Korean capital,
beginning northward march to
JL'oOi iu?Japanese seize luasarapho,
in Southwest Korea, and establish
a base there.
Feb. 10?Japanese attempt to
land troops on west coast of Kwnng
Tung peninsula, north of Port Arthur,
Fob. 10?Bridge on Mancrhumn
railway, north of Port Arthur,
blown up and thirty Russians
Fob. 11?Another engngotnent
reported between fleets at Port Arthur,
reuniting in the loss of seven
more Russian warships.
Feb. 11 ? Russia's Vladivostock
squadron bombards harbor and
town of Hakodate, Japan's great
coal port on the Island of Jezzo.
Feb. 12?ltiusia recalls Admiral
Stark, in command of Port Arthur,
1. ~ ~e ; -j
IJWUilllMJ Ul IBVWI8PS, h|)[)(tlllling
Admiral Skrydloff in his place.
Feb. 13?Heavy battle reported
between tho two navies in vicinity
of Port Arthur.
Feb. 1 1 ? Russians Rink three of
their own torpedo b :ats and kill or
drown 100 of their own men.
eb. 14?Coseacks butcher over
100 Japs, who attempt to land at
Killed Near Tyron.
Sheriff (iiircath received a mesmft
by long distance tolnphone
lute lust night notifying him of Llio
killing of a wliiU man n>ar Tyron.
N. C., yosterduy in the extreme
upper put of thin county. The
man'** name was said to ho Jim
Hicks and the Sheriffs informant
ioi<i mm 113 was irom i mon county,
having at one time worked in u
cotton mill there.
Hicks was Bhot in a quarrel
which occurred near what is known
as the "Block IIousV an old distillery,
near Tyron. The name of
tho man who did the nhootinu is
njt known hut it is understood that
thoie wore witnesses to tho deed
mid when the coroner's jury has
comj'h'ted its investigation, which
svili begin tim niorning, arrests
will probably follow. Tiotli nit-n
wore siiid to havo boon drinking,
hut what 1,-ud to tlio diHV>renoo bot.ii'onii
t hn?"? 11 5
....... witl.l "HUH IC.1UII/UU 111
Hick's death could not l?e learned.
Tho sceno of the shooting is almost
the identical st)ot where
Frc< man killed n man named Dur
ham sovornI years ago. Freeman
was tried at tho last term of the
United States Court and wot to
t lie Federal prison in Atlanta for u
...... ? - ? " ...
...in <<i i ?w v?iirs.?urooiivillo
Xcw p, 19th inet.
< li a ii i her hi ill's Stomach and Liver Tablifs.
I in (j it :i 11 cil for Constipation.
Mr. A. It. Kuiip, u prominent druggist,
of Maxtor Springs*, Kan bub, smysi:
"Olinnibei lain*h Stoinnoh nnd Livor Tublots
mo, in mv judgment. tho most ?n
p?>rior preparation of anything iu uso to
ila.v for constipation. They avo snro iu
action i:ii?t with no tendi ncy t<> nouHoatu
or Riip<\ For sale hy Piokons Drug Co.,
rickonB; Hunter & Pickens, Liberty.
- Wo nro c.itting oil' subscribe
who dont pay. It takes money to
tun a nftwspnper. No pay?no paper.
WAR IS SOUGHT BY BULGARIANS.
- - ? -
Blamed by Turks for Troubles in the
In connection with the threatened
uprising in the Balkans, diplomats
at Washington have roceivud
tho full text of a note recently
sent by Turkey to tho powers,
signatory to tho treaty (if Borl
mi. 1% .
mi. me noie cnnrgoa rmigaria
with fomenting all the trouble in
"The principality of Bulgaria
does not change its attitude of active,
though conceuleJ, hostility in
spite of the efforts of the porto in
carrying through tho stipulated
reforms. Trustworthy investigations
reveal the following fact:
,cl. In order to be able to arm
all tho villagers, guns as well as
ammunition, arc constantly tnui3ported
to eight Bulgarian frontier
"2. The depots of throe frontier
divisions are provisioned and armed
as for an imminent war.
a. 1 lie powder lactones and
artillery workshops in Sofia work
double timo and with double forces
"4. All (lie military roads leading
into 'lurkey along tin entire
Bulgarian frontier arn improved
and widened and made passable,
especially for artillery. The frontier
telegraph syf-tem is bt-ii.g cs- :
tablislied, especially along t hpi in- I
"5. In nil (bo districts preparations
on n large scnle are m,.dt> for
amassing Fiipplirtfl, ? vast cjtnmissaiist
nml tho furnishing of thousands
of wagons by tho population
as tli'-> first nppoal. "
The Cause of Many
There Is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so dcccpFjiil'l
I! t'vc* Many sudden
^ |LU Ideaths arc caused by
^~n3S"frv~7 pneumonia, heat I
"1 Ik Tjf\ * failure or apoplexy
nX^J r-are often the result
^2^ '/y\ Vfi kkl?cy ti>"Cnsc. u
I \ r"\\ kidney trouble i3 alr
v! I \ l\ til lowed to advance tho
M pjjl kidney-poisoned
'' *- blood will attack the
vital organs or the
kidneys themselves break down and waste
a WAV mil hv r^ll
Bladder troubles moat always result from j
I a derangement of the kidneys and a curs is
j obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
the kidneys, if you are feeling badly you
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, iiver and
corrects inability to he'd urluo and scald- i
ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that )
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to j
go often during the day, and to get up many i
times during the night. The mild and ihe 1
extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon I
realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing eases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar |
sized bottles. Yr-i may f-have
a sample battle of a*! .J!; pi, >!!
thi . ;/ !i 1 r f . 1 p." fj-;" *- )_J
covcry and a book that ;
tells all about it, both iimnoofn\vumi>-n<>ot.
sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer tt Co.
Binghamton, H. Y. V/hen writing mention
reading this generous offer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name. Sv/amp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Sv/amp-Root, and the address, Dinghamton,
N. Y., on every boii'c.
Wlit'ii jtm it ('uli!.
Ti e first net ion when 3 on have a cohl
should bo to relieve tho 1uiic<m. This is
bast acoo nplished bv tho froo nso f
Chnnil erlain's Cough Remedy. This
romody li(|iieflos tho tmiffl mucus ami
can has its oxpn(sion from tlio air cells of
the lungs, produces a fr o xpeob ra ion,
and opens tho Hocretions. A (Complete
euro noon follows. Tli s romed.) wi'l cure
a Hevero cold in less time than any o'lier
! treatment and it leaves tho system in a
'natural and healthy condition. It counteracts
any tendency tow rd pneumoni 1.
Korsale by 1'iekens l)rii ? Co., and Hunter
& I'i keus, Tjiberty.
'242 aort'B of tine fiinnii g land.
About 100 acres in cuKivufi< n, 1mliiiioo
in original f<>rcnt. Will timI
ero'l, wateied and well improved.
1' ive miles wost of Pickens. Clienp
and terms easy. A bargain.
O. E. IlobiuBMn. '
Nolirfl of Fltinl HottUiurnt.
I will nnnlv I'* f H Mn,vl?u-v DpaIiaIi.
Jndpc, on tho *-27tli day of February,
1004, for a final Hcitthoioiit of tin* oetnto
of Ndo Hnllnra, deceasod, aiul utk to to
cliHruiRhcd oh Administrator.
Jan. 2/wl. Administrator.
I You can niuko out yo
STUKD1V ANT'S and get
Dry Goods, CI
I At a leps prico thnn any ol
satisfaction of knowing nf
bought and find any arlicl
and your money cro sc
Our Clothing business
good many lots of one or t'
ItiVMU O VJ IV/VV J I jUll t'UIJ 1 1 1J
it away till uext Full.
When you egme to Gr
liriug tho whole family?I'
IB E / m.
% if FMii hililNIH'IMilHMI&iCaagiSCE
W, T. McFALL, J. 8. WILSOV,
-4-The Pickens Oil Mill
Seed Meal, Hulls, Oil ai
i\ I / \ t i r r An / 1 i r 4- /~\ i*
iNuvv lCciuy iui
Our Ginnery has been running on fu
and we thank our patrons for thei
Our Mill is now grinding regtilarl;
plenty of hulls, meal or "batting.'
Bring your SILKD and exchange the
or we will pay you the highest n
seed just as you prefer.
Come to us and see how well we
are not controlled by outside pr
much, or more, for vour seed thr
R. S-S. Ol
We Have Lear
Everybody learns something en
learned that there is a lot of differ*
we have learned how to select the
for our customers. Take for insta
Canned Goods are not always
Bright labels can cover very poor (
to it that only reliable goods get in
WE SELL NOTHING HUT r
People who buy a dollar's worth c
had better have two market basket
groceries away, oh, no, but we hav<
ing dollars that is appreciated by o
c r\ o
ur list boforo leaving h< nic?Come i
anything you want in
othin, Shoes, Hats
I her fetorc in Greenville ?m<l and 1.
ler you got homo and examine what y
i) not satisfactory. You can fetch
jiuothing just as good.
Inst Fall vras int.oensp, and natural
I.,,. Cn.lu All -xf ll l.i
?>w kjmir*. I\M \jL tuceu JOIN am now
(1 your si/.o it will pay you to buy it
ecnvillp, conio right to STI'RDIV^
lenty of room for tlio Children. l5
Yours for bargain?,
B J HI I #*4 ^
iville's Greatest Si
P. 15 BUUCK, a ? T
h. Src. & Troas j |j J
w ' IIciiiUt.su
l-.xt lit I;? r!'
lid Linters.-^T^ KH"yTn,t
ft,000 to 1
10,000 to r
I Term ? <
i vcre colli w
ii ii i l ra,p xvl,h 1
II time all this season , pimus .m,
] line at ii i
r luuronaiie. i ......
1 , h I I Hill <linll
y and you can tret minkkai.
, J |M" 'l''' 'rtl
in for meal and hulls Wm
larket price lor your Yo!
can treat you. We
ices but will pay as
in any other market. SllU<l I
JRF.TON, Mgr. l^on
T _ cu? iimUo
ch day. Wc have p.
jiicc in goods, and II q
best of everything 1 >
/^\ 1 X f A
what they seem. II
jualities. We see II f
ito this store. '
^ ^ n rr
ri 11/ i7i\Ti;c'i' Jiftfle's I)r
mn i inuoi, Hionnl sen
>f groceries here /"*///"
s. We don't give fr &
c a way of stretchur
customers. JPOl? <
L. Cureton: 600 FR
riftht to I
ly left ft
v for delivery, ten million Cnbbnire
ic KiiiowliiK vnrit tics:
n. '.'lirrcssion, K!nt Duteh, Selected
, .lersev Wakeiieh).
i \aiuler St'oil ('<nii|iiin|i's Augusta
50 | or thousand.
ti.i'ifi nt ?l pel thousand.
>0,1)00 ul >1 IX) pet lliousaMl.
'us11 with oider, or goods sunt ('. (). I>
nits nro grown in the open nir on the
t Smill Carolina 'I'licy ilie stocky
, mill 11? 11 replanted will stand
ilholit injiiiy. 1 have a special low
the Sontiiern Kxpress Company and
he delivered at any point ontheli
rate of vio to III eents per thousand:
burgeon ingle package, I!5 eents.
Uniting agent for t.l.KN N KI'ltlNtiK
WATICIl I'licesaud vimiliars sent
. UtKA II Y,
ing's Island, S. C.
rapli iiiid I\ ().
JSliad ! ! Sli.ul!!!
V (iluCi'8 for Oysioifi iiiivl 1 i.sli
SI It IA I ISII AMI ici: < <?.,
Coiillltblu. S. C.
story prices, quick servico. You
money now sellinc our liirm*
tllot while rggs otc., aro so very
ION'S, - - S. C,
vy H BIM Ml* c > I If a *1 fj
tens, South Carolina.
pHfniiH (in ro;ir rooms) over
iir Store. Offers lii.H profoftricfH
to the public.
(%T / 1,000
// Ct/Tlv Young Men
k RANTE E D IN WHITINQ.
WRITE TO-OAV TO
BUS. COLLEGE, MAOON, OA