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' NON-UiNION .DRIVER ."SLUGED.'
if Arbitration Negotiations Bears Ni
SFrucit for Peace There Will Be 10,
000 Mote Teamsters Called Out anm
More M1~en Forced into idleness.
Chicago, June 5.-Developmients 0
the utmost signiileance in the teamu
Isters' strike hinge on the outcomO -u
arbitration negotiatins beween thi
owners and the teang.ers with Ia th
-next few days. Botai sides are in a
aggressive mood, and falluzie to rcac
an agreement, it is predicted, wil
force a walk out of ".00 Oin ore tearn
srsadbring idle1.Es3 to thiousanid:
members of the Chicago Team O'wn
era association force the issue witi
their drivers similar action on im
part of oher teaming or-ganizations, i1
is said, ia practically certain.
SIf the teamsters agree to arbitrate
the question of the right of the tean
owners to make deliveries to strike
bound houses the decision, it Is con
cedeti will lbe in favor of the team
Owners, whose contract with the driv
e provides that at all times they
shall further the interests of their em
ployers. Wib the team owners' malk
ing deliveries to all the concerns in
volved in the struggle, the strike, it is
asserted would lose its force at once.
The truck drivers' union with which
the team ewnars have a contract, wIll
meet tomorrow night and vote on the
arbitration question. The commuission
team owners' association which has
taken action similar to that of the
team owners' association, has confinedl
the arbitration to the fight or its mem
bers to take produce from the express
cars and deliver it to he various mar
kets, the commission wagon drivers'
union will vote on the arbitration q'ues
* tion tomorrow night.
* Nonunion men are still harassed by
Albert Johnosn, believed to be e
non union teamster, was severely beat,
en today at Fourteenth and Aahiand
avenue. When found .by the police
he Was insensible and bleedig fr'om a
WOund in the head. He. was taken tc
a hospitai where it was found that
snv eral of his ribs were broken ..
X11i. Probby die.
Oharies Dold, Dresident of the China
go Federation of lAbor has resM~ned
from the teamsters' strike cotnmnittte.
lie asserts that his action was du~e t
4 the fact that for several weeks he ha
sedlected the affairs of the Piano an
Organ Union of which he is an offii
-: Mayor D~unne has replied to cr1i
elsms of himself contained in a repo
of the grand jury. In a formal etal
* nent the mayor asserts that the repe
Is grossly unfair aitd unjust.
, the mayor failed to exert full autho
SA LE 1H
the 3rd onm
'the stock is
1 have to be
Lseless for ii
e better. TI
>ds will mnovc
Sty. Hie says: ~~
"If the grand jury means thatt I
Ihave failed to call in the militia I
answer that until I fail to get wag
ons through the streets and maintain
law and order in the stneets, I agve
no legal or moral right to call for the
assistance of the militia. I do not in
tond, until it becomes alecessary, to
deal Ohicago and its busiess interests
that huLiful blow. The aninmus bc
hind the whole affair is apparent. Sev
eral weeks ago the interests in this
city demanded that I call in the mf.
litia. A situation under the lasw war
ranting such a call did not then-aad
has not since existed. I refuse to ,do
so, and I will refuse until it appeans
that such a step is necessary."
Immediately after his refuoal to call
for the militia the mayor asserted be
was 'attacked in the "most virulent
Continuing, hie says:'
"During the wvhole of the strike I
have decided and acted on allquestions
-arising during the controversy as if
I were at ill sitting on the bench giving
to each side what wvas its legal right,
no more and no less, and my action
in this regard I submit to the candid
and impartial consideration of my fel
low citizens having at beart the inter
ests of the whole people, without being
swerved from my course by the clamor
from either side."
i Shoots Her Father.
ieoria, Ills., June 5.-Gilhanm, 16
years old, shot and fatally wounded
her father 13 miles from this city. Gil
ham was abusing his daughter when
his wife interfered. He dealt her a
Iblow on the head with a club, knock
ing her senseless The daughter tileni
secured a shotgun and fired both bar
rels at her father, inflicting a mortal.
wound. MIss Gil'ham surrendered to
the sheriff here.
Steel Company to ReorganIze, 2
Youngstown, 0., June 5.-According
to information given out here the Re
public li'on and Steel company will be
completely reorganized at the annual
meeting next October. The name of
the new persident, although already
decided on has not -been given Out
as yet. The general officers of the
company, it is said, will be removed
here from Chicago.
Revolution is Quelled.
New York, Juno 5.-/'he revolution
in 'Salvador (del Estro has been quelled
cables thie Buenos Ayres, Argentine,
correspondent of The Herald. Gover.
nor Santillan, who was a prisoner, has
been liberatedl by the provincial forces.
Governor Santillan wired to President
Quintana telling the details of his cap
hitre and liberation. He says that when
.the government forces app~roached the
a revolutionists they Dut him and his
s wife in front of their line. The fed
,4 orelegovere willbeinterpollated
1-cmlct of the feea oftciais,
r*~ --KD. Teylor photographet y wit
be in his Plokens studli next Wednes.
tthe State, V
s. to attempt
1e stock is la
> your mmic
KiNGA M>1VES AMBA55ADOH.
Whitetaw Reid is Presented to Ruler
of Great Britain.
London, iJune 6.-Whittjlaw Reid,
the new American ambassador, had an
a~ulece with King Edward at Buck
ingham palace at noon today and pre
seaited his crodentials.
Three royal carriages were lent to
Dorchester house to convey the ambas
sador and the members of the embassy
to the palace. The first was oocupied
by Mr. Reid and Colonel Douglass ]
Dawson, the hing's master4 ceremno
nies. Secretary Cuter, Captain Stock
ton, the natal attache; Major Beacom,
the military attache; second Secr'3tary
Craig Wadsworth and third Secretary
Einstein occuphad their carriages. At
the palace Mr. Reid was received by 1
the great officers of state. Foreign,
Secretary Lanedowne drove up to the'
palace about the same time as the
ambassador, whom he introduced to
the king. The latter wore a field
marshal'e agitoria and was surround
ed by his glite. Majesty's reception
of the amibesador was most cordial.
WVhiie the ambassador was present
ing the king with his credentials|
Queen Alexandria was receiving Mrs.|
Reid and Miss Reid. Her majesty'
showed them the interesting objects in
Secretary Hay paid a formal visit
to the American embassy this morn
SUNDAY PICNIC EfuDS FATALLY,
Two Men Killed and Several Mere Se
Lexington, Ky., June 5.--A special
telegram from Lee City, Wolfe county,
brings news that in a fight at a Sun
day picinic near that town two men
were killed, two mortally wounded and
:hree less seriously shot.
TPhe fight took place near a "blind
iger" saloon, conducted by a negro
iamed Orant Reed. There had been
uad blood between Andrew Wilson and
~Iarlan Dicks, a merchant, for some
imie. They met at the picnic and a
lash between the ~principals was fol
owed by a general battle. Freeman
umd Gilbgrd were almost instantly
<ld either Wilson nor Dlicks can
Hienry Freeman gained notoriety re
mently when he swore out warranta
sharging James Hargis, county judge,
wd E~d Callahan, sherift of Breathitt
sounty, ox-Senator Alex Hragis and El
bert Hargis, of Jackson, with the mur
).r of James Cockrill.
Full details of the battle had, not C
been received when the telegraph of- .
lIo4'gt Lee City closed.
Noted Coal Operator Dead,
Knoxville, Tenn., June 6.-D. B. 2
Bean, president of the Tennessee Coal
company, one of the most extensive
coai operatives in the Coal Creek, 2
renn., district, died at his home in [
this city this morning.
Refuse to L.et Nan Appear.
Columbus, 0., June 6.-qessrs. Do0w..
en and Albert, who owned the Grand
opera house here, have -refused to al-1
low Nan Patterson to use their playI
NORTH OF MI
stock of Dry Goods ai
ias damaged by a disasti
ged a large -portion of t
; the mere fact that it hi
will be disposed of in th
to the contractors for re
to describe here goods (
,rge, but at the sacrifice
I to start at once for Gi
in this bargain feast.
IN OII II
e, South Carolina.
lIje Dli Ueat UBallet lBonte
'Wi ndle Veten at from noW tl thea'frst of Augut. eef of anl
kinide'of Western Mnt Alo freh fish every week;
Remember Meat is not all I sell. I sell a lot of things.
vlay not be the best in town to keep beef in, but it don't pay
o keep it, its pays to sell it. Mine will keep it till I can sell it.
I want to sell you some mollasses and anything you want.
(our raw hides, bees wvax, tallow, chickens, and eggs, in fac1
11 kinds of produce, and pay you cash for it.
TIHE OLD MEAT MARKET
J. D. MOORE.
I wish miy formner customers to know thaut I am
STILL KEEPING MILLINERY!
I have moved my goods in Mr. Snider's shop. I trim
and sell new hats, and retrim old. hats. I shall be pleas
ed to show you my new goods.
Mrs. Fannie Snider, Easley, S, C.
It has the advantage of Simplicity, Durability v. Aligtnent
peed, Tisible Writing, Portability, Manifoldinag, Typeg~lean
rg and Ribbon-Changing. Is easily repaired, ar id is Time1
>aver. Without exception the handsomest Type writer mnad<
eautifully nickeled and japanned-as much an ornamtent a
n article of necessity.
Machines and repairs. New and second h: and mwdhiin
nd typewriter supplies always on hand, and re pairing '00
y experts at the Savannah office.
E. B. BU1IPUS, flanagier,
Germanfa Bank Building, SAVANNi H.G, A.
L~ocal Ageney at Sentinel-Jourl a Office
id Shoes, conceded to be
-ous fire, A portion was '
he balance. However, a
as been through a fire
e next sixty days, as the
NS ARE HERE!
)r prices, and the sooner
prices it has been put on
~From Nov. 15, 1904, to Jan. 1, 1905, I wish the trade
to bear in mind that at my store is the place to buy
SYOUR WINTER GOODS AND SAVE MONEY!I
~Bargi Prices Are WhatlIMeanW
S 1000 pair mens, womens, boys, girls and childieus shoes, all kinds, to
glot of mens overcoats at a bargain
S A few mens and boys suits left, to go at a baiagain.
I A big lot of mense pants to go at a bargain.
S A big lot of mens and boys hats and caps at a bargnin.
S A lot of drummer's sample liats at less tl-an cost.
~i A bargain in ldles nerwear, flec lined and b aibriggan.
4 EVERYTHING THAT IS USEFUL
In the house or on the farm is to go at a bargain.
SJ. F. H ARRIS, Cash Merchant,
L Pickens, S. C.
N. D. TAYLOR, Photographer,
...T HE V ERY BEST PHOTOGR APHS...
The kind that are made at the best studios of the larger cities.
The kind that will not fade. That are natural and lifelike,
and finished on the latest and prettiest cards to be had.
...PICTUR ES EN LA RGED...
Nice line of miouldings and frames of any pi1ze made to order.
....COM E ON W EDN ESDAY.....
IWe are Loaded W sprdntieo
PRING GOODSI mres ofn h ih
ARE PREPARED TO ' esiceeadi o
five The Best Values ij ti w
That e Hae fler andn.wil pre whatsfed thay
and save you nmoney.
Wt hve eerything that..i no aind pietty in Poreales, Madrases,
- 0Ingbams, for early sring w.iO vhito g o cannot be surpassed1.
Naoo s Mdres a , Wiesrr neoinplete line of all blaaks and colored(
goolds arices from th eaest up to two dollars the yard. We can't
good ayhghr Men's, women's and children's hose; plain acud fuineiejt
prieg o subgit the times' We make a specialty of a ladiea uniderve Qhe
b t10 cent seller on the market, Also the bet'a 251 cent man's vea,.
R ibbons and Fancy Artlils.-W~e are acknowledged loaders in these
talg hal muh Ptopl wgr ho h ave bo be ing sh1oe of m. for fif
tees years still oome and bring their friends, for the~y knowv from exper
lence thnat the ge bete shoes from us fo loss money, th an any one
money by trading with us.
A. K. Park, ET Greenville, S. C.