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Tuesday October 25, 190C
The Lesser Event of Last Week..
The Russians have been reinforced
- by 30,000 men.
The Cuban Congress closed, after
a fruitless session.
The Japanese have .captured sev
eral minor positions at Port Arthur.
- Heavy . rains impede the move
ments of the hostile armies in Man
churia. -
' The odds on Roosevelt reached 4
to 1 on the New York curb in a few
The World's Fair attendance the
past week was 930,774, making the
total 14,316,230.
Of 55,130 persons injured on
American railroads the last fiscal
year, 3,787 died.
. irroiongea occupation of part of
Tibet by British troops is now ex-
pected in London.
The Russian force at Port Arthur
now numbers 5,000 men; the town
: is full of wounded.
H. M. Porter, colored, is the Re
publican nomineee for Congress in
the Tenth Georgia District.
Dr. H. W. Wiley will resume his
tests with food preservatives on his
"poison squad" on November 1st.-
Five men are under arrest at Eu-
tawville, S. C, charged with par
ticipating in the lynching of a negro.
British schooner Syanara, damaged
in a gale, was set on fire and aban
doned off Georgetown, S. C, October
The Russian Baltic fleet will di
For one Month. Clip and send or
tfSS 150 Page Illustrated Catalogue Free.
Tht stockholders ' of the Consoli- Qf hnmfSm D Free
aatea xooacco company met ax jer
sey City and voted in favor of merg
ing with the - "American Tobacco
Company and the Continental .Tobac
co Company. Out of a total of 400,-
000 shares ' of stock there' were voted
397,191 in favor of the merger.
The Surgeon General of the army
has concurred in the recommendation
of General Grant that John J. Smith,
a member of the United States Army
Hospital Corps, stationed at Fort
fott, N. J., who is said to have mar
ried a n"ress, be discharged from
the army "for the good of the ser
St. Louis, Mo. Shreveport, La.
Atlanta, Ga. Knoxvllle, Tenn.
Paduca a, Ky. Kansas City, Mo.
Ft. Worth, Tex. Nashville, Tenn -
Columba 8. a Little Bock, Ark.
Ft Scott, Kas. Montgomery, Ala.
Galveston, Tex. Oklahoma City, O. T
James H. Tillman, former Lieuten
ant-Governor of South Carolina,
who, while in office killed N. G.
Gonzales, editor of the Columbia
State, has decided to enter the Meth
odist ministry and has written to a
prominent minister in Columbia tell
ing him of his application to the
Methodist Conference for admission.
Elmwood Nurseries.
A 1.1 a . Wa a4aI r anil flnm fl
field, at $1.00 per 100 pounds f. o. b. Mldlo-
iman. .
llest, medium and latest varieties at 50 cents
per 100, 83.00 per 1,000.
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Plant after November 1st. Catalogue on
application. Address
J. U. W ATKINS & BRO.. Hallsboro, Va.
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A tropical hurricane swept the east
coast of Florida, causing many
wrecks and the loss, so far as known,
of seven lives. '
September exports of cotton broke
all preceding records for that month,
the total being 410,940,894 pounds,
valued at $43,742,325.
At an informal luncheon to Rear
Admiral Jewell and other American
naval officers King Edward drank a
toast to the American navy.
The Steel Trust, it wa3 stated, has
, decided to spend $1,000,000, if neces
sary; to crush the Amalgamated As
sociation f Iron and Steel Workers.
Report of the Treasurer of the
United States for the" fiscal year
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duuws a uecrease oi revenues as com
pared with 1903 and an increase of
President Roosevelt has instructed
Secretary of War Taft to proceed
to Panama wfth a view to composing
differences that have arisen between
the two countries.
The Democratic Congressional
Committee has issued a statement ad
vising that a close watch bewkeDt ur-
on the pending negotiations for a
new Chinese treaty.
The American Tobacco Company
absorbed the Continental and Con
solidated Tobacco Comnnnipa of
Trenton, N. J., forming a company
with $180,000,000 capital.
Military Officers Disgraced.
' Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 21. Capt. Rob
ert M. Hitch discharged from the ser
vice of the State; Lieutenant George
A. Mell suspended for one year and
to be publicly reprimanded ;and Lieu
tenant H. L. Grinor, to be publicly
reprimanded, is the resulfof sittings
of the court of inquiry appointed by
Governor Terrell to investigate the
actions of the officers in charge of
the State troops at Statesboro when
the negroes Cato and Reed were ta"k'-
en from the court ropm'by a mob
and burned at tle ftrike. The board,
after a session'covering over a week,
made UV its findings and transmitted
them to the Governor. To-day their
report received the Governor's ap
proval and was made public. -
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2,IOO Bushels Texas R. p.
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Point Peter. Ga.. Jan. 30. 1904.
The Lawrence-Williams Co., Cleve
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I have successfullv used GOM-
sprained ankle and sweeny, both hip
and shoulder. W. A. Broach.
Round T3. Square Bale.
Washington, Oct. 19. The fight be
tween the round and the square bale
cotton compress companies came be
fore the Inter-State Commerce Com
mission to-day upon arguments
ori the complaint of the Planters'
Compress Company (round bale)
against thirteen railroads carrying
cotton between St. Louis and the
New England cotton mills, alleging
"unjust, unreasonable, injurious and
prohibitive" rates on round bale cot
ton between points in that territory.
Because a standard car can carry 50,
000 pounds of round bales and but
25,000 pounds of square bale cotton
the roads formerly charged twenty
cents a hundred pounds between St.
Louis and New York for round bales,
while square bales paid thirty ents.
About a year ago, however, the rate
on round ' bales was increased to
thirty cents, which increase the
Planters' Company contends is un
just, discriminating and in violation
of the Inter-State Commerce Act.
The Commission reserved its decision.
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