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GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Items of More of Less Interest Co
densed Outside the State.
The president has signed the joi
resolution providing for the retu
of battle flags captured during t'
War for Southern Independence.
George Sewall Boutwell, form
governor of Massachusetts and fc
mer United States secretary of t
treasury, died at his home in Grotc
Mass., on Monday, aged 87 years.
Ex-Mayor James L. Cole, of Nor
Birmingham, Ala., has been arrest
on an indictment charging embezz]
ment of funds amounting to over $
ooo. It is alleged in the indictme
that he misappropriated these fun
belonging to the municipality
North Birmingham. He made bo
It is reported from Mobile. A
that authentic information has be
received in that city that oil has be
found in the lower end of Baldv
county, Ala. A well was sunk i.
feet and oil was pumped out. N
machinery was ordered. Exper:s <
clare the conditions identified w
those at Jennings, La.
Judge Swayne. of Florida, throu
his attorneys, has made a request
the United States senate for a su
cient allowance to pay his expen:
in the recznt impeachment trial,
which he was found not guilty. 'I
communication from Judge Sway
was referred to the committee on
Emperor William's mecca
Protestants, the Evangelical cati
dral in Berlin, was consecrated
Monday in the presence of a m
brilliant assemblage, among wh<
were delegates from all the Prote
ant nations. Bishop Potter, of N
York, and a number of Americ
clergy sent a telegranm of congra
lation to the emperor.
Mrs. Louisa Cody took the witni
stand in North Platte, Neb., on Tu
day, in defense of her character a
good name, which have been assai:
by W. F. Cody ("Buffalo Bill'')in
petition for divorce. Mrs. Cody e
phatically denied that she had el
attempted to poison her husbai
When asked if she still loved C
Cody she said: "Yes, he is the fa
er of my children, and I love h
In removing a hill in the east<
part of Chattanooga, Tenn., to sup]
dirt for the approaches of a viadt
supposed to be the remains of fede
soldiers. It is the general opirn
that the remains are those of soldi,
killed in the desperate assaults
Missionary Ridge and who were h
tily buried in trenches, being forg
ten during the subsequent severe b
tles and campaigns of that vicinity
The supreme court of the Uni1
States has decided the case of1
National Cotton Oil company agaia
the state of Texas, involving the T,
as anti-trust law. The state col
found the company guilty under t1
law, and held that it had forfeited
right to do business in the state. 'I
case was appealed to the supre:
court on constitutional grounds. Ti
court, however, held that the char
of unconstitutionality was untenal:
and sustained the verdict of the col
Thirteen negroes were killed a
upwards of fifty injured, some pr<
ably fatally. by the collapse oft
flooring of the Fleet Street Afric
Methodist Episcopal church
Brooklyn on Monday night. Of th<
killed ten were women. twvo men a
one child. Arrangements had be
made to hold the funeral services
one of the older members of1
church, and the auditorium. whi
was on the second story of the bui
ing, was crowded -vith an au:dience
upwards of 300 persons, of whom I
majority were women.
Helen WV. Post. defendant in
criminal case brought beforet
United States court, southern distr
of Florida, on nur indlictments
using the mail - fraudulent purp<
es, will have . new trial. She v
found guilty and appealed the ce
to the United States circuit court
appeals and the latter reversedt
judgmen~t and remanded the deft
dant's case for- a new trial. The<
fendant operates a mental science
faith cure institution at Sea Bree:
Fla., and she was criminally charg
befor the fedrln courts.
.Ais .\larv Catherinc .uivncit. an
heiwr-. was ntirdcred in Clhicao( on
M\nday by Danici I!erinan. a police
manm. whoe love ;he had r,\mLscd.
1Hcrman. aftcr killing the youing wo
man, escaped. and c(,1mmii:ited suicide
nt in a lodging house by shooting him
n self through the brain with the same
revolver with which he had killed
Miss Mulveit. Herman became in
er fatuated with the girl through hear
r ing her play at St. James Catholic
r- church, where she was organist, and
he had for a long time annoyed her
' with his attentions, constantly urging
th her to marry him.
d The United States senate on Mon
day concluded the impeachment trial
of Judge Swayne. of Florida, by ac
qjuitting him of all charges made
ns against him in the articles of im
d peachment made by the house of rep
ad resentatives. There was no discus
sion and all the time was consumed
in taking the 12 voteS necessaTy to
en dispose of each of the articles. The
en highes: vote for impeachment was 35
in votes, and the lowest against it 47.
On the two articlcs charging the use
of private railroad cars only 13 votes
were cast for conviction. The larger
. votes were largely along party lines.
In a prize fight in San Franvisco
gh on Tuesday night "Battling" Nelson,
* of Chicago, practically knocked out
to --Young Corbett., of Denver, in the
nin:h round. In order to save their
es inan a complete knockout the
he seconds threw up the sponge.
ne A feature of the day in the United
u- States senate on Tuesday was a
speech by Mr. Kearns, of
or Utah, on the Mormon church.
ie- He charged that the church
on controlled the politics and the
st business of Utah. Mr. Kearns assert
>m ed that the Mormon church had wil
st- fully and frequently broken the com
w pact made at the time of the admis
an sion of Utah and that no apostle of
u- the church had publicly pro:ested
against its violation. He described
ss the surroundings and the powers of
s- President Smith, who, he said, affect
nd ed a regal state, and had established
ed himself with the dignity of a mon
is arch, with a royal income. These
M- funds amounted to Sr,ooo.ooo annual
rer ly, he said.
id. It was reported on Wednesday that
figh:ing on a large scale was in pro
:h-I gress between the Russian and Japa
im nese armies in Manchuria. Gen. Ku
ropatkin, after meeting the initiative
n of the Japanese in the eastern part of
vteSake valley, assumed the ag
et, gressive. in the western portion, and
,under cover of a heavy artillery fire
ral from Putiloff hill and Novgorod hill
on succeeded in driving the Japanese
rs from a position in the outskirts of
onShandiapu. Simultaneously the Rus
ssians attacked and captured a rail
:-road bridge on the Japanese centre.
at- Mluch more serious wvas the Japanese
move against the Russian left wing
el which thre'at'ened, unles., quickly
:he checked, to oblige Gen. Kuropatkin
ist to abandon the positions on the Hun
river, which he has occupiedl and
Irt fortified during the winter.
iat Mleetings in 24 churches, theatres,
its and halls in Louisville, Ky., on Mon
he da, concluded the main effort of one
T of the most remarkable religious re
avivals seen in America during the
past 5o years. During two weeks 6,
e500 persons confessed Christianity.
"~it o.ut 6s.coo persons of Louis
he tr eiffo h
eof etg o h ic
cnot hrm tporlydir
as mtd e cury, becaes han
he ttitaryrlesfo h
ofCUe AURER P
Sold cannotlder, Week &ul
ll.220.009 p vUtBF. I ~il
h '.d church afiiliati.n be fre the
revival began. the two weeks' work
rested in :he co,nversion of 10 per
:ent. of the unchurched. The revival
was systematically conducted. meet
ings being held at all geographically
advantageous points. theatres and
halls in the business portion of the
city being used. Eighteen visiting
evangelists took part in the work,
some of whom will remain for a
month longer to follow up the work.
Fifteen hundred persons were on
Monday added to the 5,ooo already
converted, Monday being the final
Letters remaining in the postof
fice at Newberry, S. C., for week end
ing February 25, 1905.
B-J. A. M. Berry. Miss Saley Bir
ten, Miss Clara Boozer, Mrs. Amelia
Boozer. G. 11. BTown.
C-Rev. B. W. Caldwell, J. C. Can
non. Sam Crocker.
G-Brocks Glimp. M. C. Gilliam,
H-Christ Herean, John Hiller.
J-R. B. Johnson.
K--Mose S. Kelley, Chilid Kinard,
T. B. Kibler, Mrs. Lavenia King,
L-Miss Ophelia Livingston, Ellen
M-Elnia Miggins, Jno. Morgan.
N-Miss Anna Neal.
R-G. E. Redenbough, Mrs. Lency
Rogers, George Rutherford, Odella
S-Rev. I. W. Simon.
W-Miss Edna Warthand.
Y-Mrs. Adline Young.
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
Delinquent City Tax.
Notice is hereby given that execu
tions have been turned over to the
Sheriff against all parties who have
not paid their City Tax for the years
1903 and 1904. All settlements must
be made to the Sheriff.
By order of the council,
Geo. B. Cromer,
Thos. 0. Stewart,
C. & T. T. C. N.
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cohol, or potash ; not the momen
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he blood that clears the system of
se, and absolutely
'd cure because it is compounded in
er, of purely vegetable drugs that
p the entire system. We know that
reds of those cured have written us
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