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OLXXXVICKN SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1905.
AUItt IU UUNSIUtN
TERMS OF PEACE
apanese and Russians,.Accopt
END OF WAR ALMOST ASSURED
Germans and Englishmen Are Pleased
and the Way President Roosevelt
Has Conducted Negotiations and
Will Give Him Their Support.
TOliO, June 10.-Japan has agreed
to President Roosevelt's suggestion to
appoint plenipotentiaries to meet Rus.
-St. PETERSBURG, June 10.--it wat
stated at the foreign office this after.
noon that Russia is ready to appoint
representatIves to hear the Japanese
proposals on being informkd thatjhe
,Japanese are now n9minatinf'reprosen
tatives for this purpose.
New York, June 10-9:05 a. m.-lhe
Associated Press has definito kvi
edge that both the Rissian nd Japa
mpbe governments hav4*a~cep d Pres
! ent Roosevelt's suggeaon dt that
CZAR AND CZARINA OF RU'SSIA;
a meeting of representatI*s of Ii-I
(wo contending power:s i suried
Roosevelt's Note Pleases Gerniano.
Berihn, June 10.-The text of Pres
ident Roosevelt's message on the sub
ject. of peace to the governients of
Rtussia and Japan is regarded at tihe
foreign oftice here as admirable in spir
it and phrasing and positive hope now
exists of comparatively early peace.
The Russfin emperor in fact. invited
the action of the president and had
much to dwo with the form that. the
much to do with the form that the
-4 peror Nicholas through the counsel
of powerful personal influences in Rpus
oa, became disposed toward peace
some days in advance of the~ presi
dent's action. It was recot'.' "e" at
the Russinud nourt- t.hat no man in th
w'orldi could so well rhake an apperb
for- peace as President Roosevelt.
His known views, the dletachmient of
the United States from the European
system and the good will Japan feels I
toward the United Sintos made tha I
president the solitary statesman who
could take such a step without, eithert
side distrusting him or feeling an
noyed by his solicitude.
The convIction here...s that Russia e
es now ready for pecacdi and~ seks I
peace, and tihe only dhiflicult~y is not
unsurmountable by..-.tl3g .n regotiaitions
which wvill disclose Japanese terms.
'mperor Nicholas nowv won for I
peace, would againi dee(d(1 for- war
shouldl the Jaans attitulde be unIcon- E
ciliartory or even one of long hesIta-C
tion andi reserve, though It is under
atod that Jlapan also gave the presi
dent some assurances herore he acted. I
England Suppott Roosevelt.
London, June 10.-12: 40 p. mn.-T'he -
leenest interest Is muanifest ed lin Pres-'
-~''-Mrs. W. E, Nesbett., prpiu I
ofthe Bon Tion Millinery Pazrlors,
Greenville, S. (., hats a few words to
saf to tiio ladies of Pickens~ county in
this issuC She hll esO ai nico line
of goods, and can please~ the most
4 ~ fastidious. If ip floed of anything in
het line give her a call. You will
be pleased with your treatment.
--The school imuprovemeont phamn
phlet sent wut by State Superin ton
dont of Educationi Martin, which con
twins the law, designs, and sugges.
ns for school houses, will advance
4 'siuse of edtbdation, In our opin.
vmaterially. There are about
one or the other of Which
very community In the
a, 'ullication is well do.
the los '- dion~ of those sooi
clare by,, -~~ .push ednoation
taken as "'i nedl~ttion of
4de by hangi
Superb Line of Clothing.
tooner than the loss of territory, and
vould leave no( feelig for revelge
FInancift cir-les in io WILL NOT ACCEPT
he opinion that Ohe J1apanese will de.ru
niand an Indermnity amount-ing to aboult T
1,000.000,000. that being ti LOYERS TERMS
nate of the cost i0 the Japanc.-ie of
'he LG months of fighting. This t4 So President Shea Declares In
'linsidered in some qua iters to 1 too
urge ant estimatetoof the exen1urs
aIe atRegari to Chicago Strike.
vIi ich 14 t hough t, to be nc.r.r $61e..- -0.
CALARIE3 O CUARDS RAISE D
ALFOSO EAVS FO SPIN. Two Hundred Menmbers cf Garment
foung King Enjoyed His Visit to En;. Wo.'kers' Union Mdc:t and Call Off
land Very Much. Strike Whch Was Cause of the Trou.
London, .Jnnoi 10t.----King .'IfliO() atlt o emse Uin
.onidon for Spain this mnorniing. 11 l oIemsPs Uin
pjarnt ly thoroughlyeniijoy d his i it,~( Chia,. Jun le I '.-- - Peace nagotip.
aid the character of te fa rewelk I ons h .t iTe theI( Teamisters and the
estifiedI the cor'dtality of t he feel ings State i' let nii.rcMia [:4ithe r inidivid
f thle host. and gnest. ually os (lleiCtIvely, are at ana end,
iaing Ed ward. t he' Prin cc of Wale s anU(I i h1re r a l Ime:t i ngs for thle pur
mid th~e D uke of Councaugh t aceuinit po.. fof I1 binin g thle mrib:e to ai close
.led the Spanish king to the railroad 'unwt he' atirt:.ged t hroumgh John W.
tatlion, whet're hie me1.t the Spa ni am- ii c u11. inthi man iof the action (com
'assadoi',Senor Polo de Dantbe. thc inlille of (It.he Chienao Emnlployera' ao
eM.. of tho j~ upish embassy. Fcrt-igl sociat ion.
ecretary Lansik'ne and ot hers. Kin:. An acoeg :'.' in fuill, of what offers
dward entered the royal car with his miay be made hy t he emuployc ra for a
niet arnd engaged' in a few iminn i s' calling off: ol the strtikm weacodn
ulrnlest co3:versatloon withI him. A-s to the (Eom e.or the onily avenues hy
ho train/tnovedi out of the sati on King whuich the t Cla: ers can y;e rid of t&
Llfonso, stood at aL wind~ow waving fight.
areweis to the members of thle Brit- PrISddent Shea. andl othIer str ike
hl royal family who stood haruchlended 1'ad ers dcc.i c- l e -mnso h
I d the i~panish kinag had disappeared_______
'om their sighit
Mrt friends and neighbors for their By the way, what has he'como of
help and1( sympathetic kindness given Mr. 11.? 1 haven't econ .anytinig
las dminlg thme sickness and death of from him11 itn a long tim111. Ho muitst
aur dlear son1 and brother. WVo do be asleep, if he isn't fighting Gen
sito especiatlly' to thank D)rs Webb oral Grooji.Mon
andi Gilliland for their kind tadvice -j',
and treatmoent, and Miss Annie Bar- $100 JtEWAltID
ton for her kind ursing. We desire The readlers of this niqp* rhi
also to thank tall for the work done pleased to learn that thoerp is at leawa nt
dreaded disease tI at sogryce liat been
in our rops. a l of you, wvhen able to cure in all its stages and Lbmat..it
called to pass such tritals of lire ho cattarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is tiro 'ot..
comfrtedby lvi . fena ly positive euro now knowna to tiho nmed
comfrte byloyng fiens a woical fraternity. Cattarrh being at consti
have boon. May God a richest bless tutionaml disease, requires a conistitutioni
. al treatment. Halls (atarrh Curo ib
in~gs rest upon you all. Sincoroly, takenitrnally, amctg* directly upor
D., B. Adams and family. the blood atnd mutcouIs su~rfacesi or th<i
systemi, thereby destroyinig the fouda
~ tioni of the disease, and giving the pai
A Creepiug Death. tient strengthi hy building up th~e eon
1310(1 ~iSli IVOPS u toardt t~estitut'on and iasisting nature ini doinj
hBaood posiso etp. up towrd Sthow lts work. TPhe proprietors hmavei a
heatlf, cauin weate thJ, a. Strirn, umuch faith in its curative powei's, thn
Bleally aIMnn.,e writs tht iietl they offer One Hundred hDolkira tor' at
dredfllyu linjed hipisohand, wich -an1y case'~ that it fails to cure. Sendi f<
slbed upic l-boodle posnig Rck list of testimnials.
hloernc Sah v dre ut th poi, Address, F. J. Colmney & Co,
hele hewon, ndsvelis life. Tole, O
Bt'B in tid world 1t barns anid sores. 80ol y adl Dr'u ggists. Halls Fatmil
Sa fenDrug C. .PIlls are thibest.
Therm tir alwa.-.' attractiom .ri
Vehlicles and Miarne-s
are the kind mosat of thorln buy I
air. you hear !ust as much atid
the end], tand thlat'n a tirne( away
When we sellI a Vehic'. or a set
sure of a pleased customner. '
itt tin y r c-ise. \Ve gua*ranlteeO
P.S. St01debaker narne plate c
-on1 ftalue. receive
The connell finance committeioras'
decided to pay the additional polie- 3
men employed for strike duty $2.50 r
a day instead of $2, which usually i. C
given policemen in the firuc stage o.4
their 'employment. As there are nowa
about 1,400 additional policemen, the
cith y $3500 a day In salarie 1
for the temporary force. o
John C. Driscoll, formerly secretary t
of the coal team owners' assoialyion, i
whie poiamen ihash figrd lagey i
Jhre a.tributd olti former ria. t
ident, Al Young, and President C. C
Shiea, of the teamsters, has returned
to Chicago. D~riscoll said today thatt
he has not b~een evading service oC
subpoenas, but had been attending to
details of business in connection with
somne property' in Ida~hu. Driacoil to.
day denied that stories ascribed to
Yonng and Shea. DrIscolI has been
mentioned1 as having knowledge of
maoney transacionsi alleged to have
beeni eonducetedl by various empilloyers
to obtain or eall off strikes.
Immediately up~on arrival in Chicago
Driscoli got into comnmunication with
the state's attorney and asked if it
was desired to serve a subpoena to
have lDriscoll appear before the grand
.iury. Tihie state's attorney said he
wouild waive the formnalitIy if Drisecll
would come before the grand jury anrd
appear at state's Attorney Hea3y's of'- ~
flee todlay for exalmination. Dr'iscohll
agreed to the two requesis.
ater Wrecks Montana Town.
stain, Montlana, .Junea 10(a.--'n
F~lc~bL~, today water desi.trofyed
the Conuni?%i ukt'e wan-r~i
woaek. . of wa ir
dipss Olive Na'wtoW . wV val
Our pastor, 11ev. K. A. 11. e
ilidn't fill'.hlit appointmnent at (1 it
Suindary. Heo was aissist ing in a nie
ing at 'elhain, and sent Rev. E'.
Miler iII his plac. Blro. Miles iisd'
his trlain Saturrday moni 'g and dlidn 'I
get to the chlur'ch fr~ servico Sator
- a vnig n hovr et out
thiat thlere wou'ild hoe no ireaching on
Suindamy. 110 cI'rno i.hweeU(
small, b~ut il (~~l is
Sundamy Schotc -ti((db
liro. J. Rt. onm
IRev. J. Hi. )Iidun~eC1 RI
thet S'ud,1baker iiavilion to i to ea on e
avp wol to th11i.<--oil 1, 1A, Y 5 . o 1!1
tuee:t their wants. \Vhenl tll%.y ::,t re ady
cr theco sai resonsi. AV tcr the inir, a:ld when t'
n.s favorable commenn~t Ont Sltuuilcert.. It foows I
I. tLin. \VYrn H andling
of iha imnicri stiN:. o0! Studelmt her Irness.
Ihley ive thle . tsfactiort hiat don't xt(ox j oit."' Li
to show up the design that wilt strilce your fancy.
Morrow 0O., Pickens, S
ml a Vhicto i. the best Iflica i thait yout hwe g
vahte undA ;4 wanr.;ntee.
your business ar
d for every dollaa
Prize Offered for Best Essay.
Knoxyllie, Tenn., June 10.--Dr.
3rown Ayres, president of the Uiniver
ity of Teinessce, of this city, has re
elved from William Jenninga Bryan
diraft for $400. This is offered as
prize for the best essay, by a stu
ent of the University of Tennes-;,c,
pon1 the sibject "The Priniples or ,
'ree (fovernment." Mr. Bryan, 1:
rustelq of Ithe Philo S. Bennett, cito,
i distriblutilig $10,000 among twen ty
1y0 colleges ot as many states, each
usC itutlionato ('IOffe thec atnlOuni recely
d for the bet. dissertat ion u pon the
tRhject olbove given.
New Orleans Man President.
Guthbrie. Oklia.,.1Jun1)0.--..The aninual
('qsion of the National Feditorial arso
ttion adjourned aifter' electinag th.~e
flicers: PreildenKt, John Yy mond!, of
law Orlea~ns; first vice president, JIno.
.Junk-ini, Sterling, K(aus.; sconxd vice
residenitIHeniry 13. Varner, Irvington
.*(t C.corresponding. secretary, \VIl
hiam A. Ashibrook, Johinslown, Ohio;
ecordintg secret ary, J1. W. (Cockrus,
htoten for 190*1.
Took Acid for Lime Wator.
Atlanta, .iJoe 10.-Misiking a b;or
le of carbolic acid for a bottl e cf lI f.
caer, buoth or which shte had icur
hased. Mr's. Julis Markuies, of !2
uihurn avenuet, the w if,- of a mm'
h ant, dranitk freely of the( i frimer ar
('ied a tlay hota)Iul. Thec~ .or'' of
mo hbushand of(i't Ith~i decsed i . g
co hou0 tw, andi Mtr. MTarklhes sawi h is
lie fall ini the dining rIoo. S-i~'heit
M'en in deul hate h'c-ahhl for severalI
Davis Elocted to Congress.
Ct hartn W V ., Junolie s0 teid wans
aid a t Repulica l Mai o ead u. .
r btridrj< re a b eond $3con
ossinal it -bI. dhen-a oyeal 3 U
a ilo 9.1. out in the 7(pidnjor
erl .lams S. I . P Iam th~ia. Tfh
ravl: a h eod stry w. D
reed on d bo20 fe t fom preh
A111 0 'n. -. .Kih h
rod,_rve__ scn strwi
.________ _ ?,0 fee frm- h
BUYS A PAIRP OF
THE EQUAL OF -
T1E COUNTRY IS
W VO T)i7E PR.AISES OiF THE
1INF, RF.ST IN AMEICA FO.,
TAKE NO SUIRSTITUVY.7
Fatal Head-On Collision. A Milder climate
Ihlias. Tex., .1-une 10.-A bend-on
collision between two Texas and New Arkansas, Louisiana and
Orleans traiis occurred in whileh two Texasbtock ranges ton to twelye
Irainmen lost their lives and several nionths in tho year, two and three
others. were more or less hurt. The crops grow in a season. Now Is
wreck oceurred near Spochard, 8%
nilets north of Athens. The dead are ilo tO look up a 'ooation
.1. i-Brown, engineer, of Dallas; -- Whilo tho land is cheap.
Ca:rter, firtsinan, of Xnnis, 'Tex. The On February 7th and 21st and
injred are two brakemon named Alarch 7th and 21st, the Cotton
Young aind (1 s, respectively. Fire.
man Carter was instantly killed and 13u11' i.oito ivil S~I round trip
Engineer Bown's body was so badly hiomo-seekers' tiekots from St,
crushe~id that he died. no0th hodies; Lotus, Thelubos, Cairo and Momphis
were brouight in Dallas Ont a speela .t om nteaoenmdSae
-traint. Further particulars of the atc- to ~ poin i 5 hor bon ae Stats
('ld'ru lie un bta nabl . i$2, w he ro i. im akos less loss th an
Mothierg! Mothers! Mothern~a
.Hlow many children aire at this seso One way eoloisist tick~ts Ec~bru
f~eeri aund constipted with had ary 21st Alarelh 21 at half faro
s tomachm headache. Mother (Gray's )hlis $2.
Swa-t l'ciwders for Cihldrenu wmill always W .j to fo -aLm tbot s
(1me. If wVoima are pusent t hey wil lormatmtblanak
c~ uruamly rinv thlOem l(. A t anh drug abuout riate to any point.
gaIi ' . NIImpie I-ot tl mcailedl Fan: l.- P. Smrith, T1. P. A,
Anh, ls A1 nS. Oin sit ad, I eiThy' (at t on B3ol t Rotuto A tlanta.
To The Public!
11. Endel's stock is now mn
the hands of the world's
G reatest Bargain G-iy-ers,
rhe New York Salvage Co.
This entirec stock of Clothing, Hats, Gent's
l1uurnishing Goods, must' be sold......
;ale Starts Wednesday, June 14,
A. M. Sale Lasts 10 Days!
n1U S I CFiA CH D AY!
M'oney Refunded if you are
rnot pet:Iectl y p. leased with
. R. Fare paid on purchases of $25.00 or over.
.Watcd For The Big Red Sign.
11. ENDEiL'S STAND.
TFhe Globe Clothing Hlouse--120 S. Main Street,
(GREENVILLE, S. C.
If You Ad v.111a0in TRh