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I COTTON GINNED
TO NOVEMBER 14.
H CENSUS REPORT GIVES IT AS 9,630,B
B 26,638 Active Ginneries?Oyer 2,000,000
Bales More Than Were Ginned During
the Same Period Last Year.
Washington, Nov. 21.?A total
of 6,630,563 bales and 26,638. active
ginneries is announced in the
census bureau report, issued today,
jH summarizing the cotton ginned
from the growth of 190.x to NoveniWk
ber 14 and the number of active
B ginneries, against 7,300,665 bales
and 26,521 active ginneries for the
W corresponding date last year. The
& report counts round as half bales
and includes linters.
K The report includes 171,1 12 round
bales for 190s, 142.210 for 1907
and 200,866 for 1906. Sea island
bales included0 57.135 for 190N,
44,69s for 1907 and 30,67 1 for 1906.
Sea island cotton includes Florida
23.634 bales, Georgia 27,283 and
South Carolina (1,2 iS.
Bales ginned to November 14,
1906, numbered 8,562.242. The
final crop of 1907 aggregated 11,057,822
bales and that of 1906
reached 12,983,201. The percent
of crop ginned to November 14 was
66 in 1907 and 65.9 iti 1906.
The report gives I lie corrected
statistics of cotton ginned this season
to November i.| as .*>191.557
bales. Tlie distribution of running
bales by States ginned to November
14 and active ginneries follows:
1 Alabama 1,027,448 bales and
3,401 ginneiies; Arkansas 667,248
bales and 2,045 ginneries; Florida
50,448 bales and 247 ginneries;
Georgia 1,566,865 bales and 4,554
1 ginneries; Kansas, Kentucky, New
Mexico, 1,155 bales and 5 ginneries;
Louisiana 341.509 bales and 1,605
ginneries; Mississippi 1,090,356
bales and 3,367 ginneries; Missouri
38,173 bales and 69 ginneries;
North Carolina 450,961 bales and
2,647 ginneries; Oklahoma, 331.333
bales and 958 ginneries; South
Carolina 941,050 bales and 3,161
ginneries; Tennessee 242,773 bales
and 621 ginneries; Texas 2,874,541
bales and 7.068 ginneries; Virginia
6,663 bales and 90 ginneries
The total sea island cotton is 57,1
135 for 190.S, as against 45,698 for
1907 and 30,671 for 1906.
I APPEAL OF W. T. JONES
f TO BE HEARD LATER
Union Man Accused of Poisoning Wife
, Still in Jail?Both Sides Ap,
peal in Case.
The State. 24th.
The suprcne court yesterday, after
hearing arguments in the case
of \V. T. Jones, the Union man
who is in jail 011 the charge of
poisoning his wife, issued an order
I that before any action be taken the
appeals from the order of Circuit
Judge Hvdrick and the chief justier.
the first refusing bail and the
second staying proceedings, be
passed upon by the court,
i Jones was accused of killing his
wife under most sensational cirf
cunistances, and the testimony at
l the coroner's inquest a t I r a e ted
much attention. When Jones was
I arrested, application for bail was!
made before Judge Ilydrick and refused.
and when the case was eall1
ed lor trial an order was read from
Chief Justice Pope, slaying pro'
I From the order of Judge Ilvdriek
the attorneys for Jones ap,
pealed and from the order of Chief
Justice I'ope the solicitor appealed.
This means that both sides will
have arguments before the supreme
court, and it is, therefore, decided
to wait until these were heard. It
\ is provided in the order, however,
that the solicitor shall agree that
1 the cases be heard during the call
of the seventh circuit. This has
been agreed upon by the solicitor.
The order and agreement is as
"Upon hearing the application
for pendente lite and in the original
jurisdiction of this court:
"It is ordered that the Hearing of
said applications be postponed itn- ^
til the hearing of the appeal from
the order of his honor, Judge Hydrick,
refusing bail and the v
appeal from the order of the chief a
justice: Provided. That the solicitor
shall consent within five days ?
in writing that the two appeals jj
now pending in this court shall be 11
heard during the call of cases from
the seventh circuit.
"Y. J- Pope, C. J." t|
"I consent to the terms of the h
above order. T. S. Sease,
''Solicitor Seventh Circuit." "
EXECUTIONERS AS SURGEONS. "
Reasons for the Exemption of Doctors
From Jury Duties.
I?riI ish Medical Journal. j j'|
\\ lit'ii ?mr statute bonk was -lill in 1 j(
I lie I 'raciiiiiau Sialr I'mm which ii Lv
was redeemed 1?\ Sir Samuel Umnil- ' (
ly, ::iii 1 the penally of ilealli was in- f
llieled for ill,. mi?>| trivial offences, (
surgeons were exempted l i mn serv- | <,
ing nil juries in capital cases. |j must j ,,
not In- su|?|t.?se?l. however. liial lliisj,
wa> heeause llieir |?r<>fes>ii 11 was lie- j j;
lieved |n make 111cm inn humane P< i 'w
such work as was llien imposed mi n
,jnryinen. We are sorry in say ii was i ii
fur I lie opposite reason. They were j
exempted on the same ground as J ?
butchers, whose occupation. ii wa> ( ji
< In ui-_? ill. I ciitlcil in make them
hlnmlt hirsty! This omjhl not. p. i - n
haps, in surprise u-. -in.-? iw.. ..i a
tiirce cent uries au'n exi-enl ion?'i--> im? r<
infrequently perforind siirui.-al !;
nperalinns. I Iii- >eein- In have been | I
part iciilarly ilie case in Denmark: at h
any rate, we have more kiinwlcdgc on ei
this point in regard to that countr\ "
than any other. n
In ".lames" some time ago Dr. K.
Caroe, of Copenhagen. published a
number of documents bearing on the
subpect. The most ancient of these
bears date .July 24. 1 .~>75>. and is a
license issued by T\?deriek II to Anders
Kreimnt. executioner of Copenhagen.
granting him the right j i set
bones and treat old wounds: he was
expressly forbidden to meddle with
recent wounds. In 1(100 it is recorded
in the municipal archives of Oopen- i
hagen that (Jaspar, the hangman, bad
received four rigsdalers r??r the cure
o| two sick children in the infirmarx.
In l(i.?8, Christian I V summoned
the executioner of (ilnckstadt, in
Holslcin, to examine the diseased
foot of the Crown Prince. In a letter
addressed to ()le Worm, a leading
I>aiiisli physician of the day, llcnr\
Koster, physician in ordinary |o the
king, complains bitterly of the slight
thus put upon him. He says that for
two whole months the hangman, ''who
is as fi| to treat the case as an ass is
to play the lyre," had the ease in
hand, and the doctor was not asked
tor advice, and although the case went
steadily from bad to worse the executioner
received a fee of 200 rigsdaters
and a large silver goblet "rewards.
says the doctor plaiutivclx,
"which the greatest among us would i
t ot have received had lie succeeded in '
curing the I'rince according to the
i nlcs of art. "
Again, in IStil. Christian V. gave
! tec i?t *J(Ml riiisdalers in the Copcu!
agen hangman I'm- curing tide leu ot
paye. In l(i!t.">. Andreas I,ict>-I
knecht, the Copenhagen execut ionei.
was in such re, ate fnr his treatment
of di-ea-e that he wrote a bonk i
- ib.j-'c! "Ill I he name III' the!
ll-'ly and ever I1 ?t Trinity." In!
1? ??, Mcrgcii. an executioner in Nor- j
way. was aulhori/ed by royal decree
to practise siugery. Kvcu up In tin !?
early years o| the niiieteenlh ecntur\
this extraordinary association of sur-' ry
with the I:i-1 penalty nf the law '
emit inued. I '.rik I 'clerscn. who was J
:ipl> ?i 1 public execut inner :;l !
' r??n111 i.ji ,n !ii I . !lii. -er\ ei| :: s MiPjcni, j
" ' i' in I a ill ry regimen! in the war I
"with Sweden and retired in Isl I willij
the rank nf surgeon major. I'Yedcri?'k
I of Prussia, chose I,is favorite !
!>a11"ilian. ( ohlcn/, in be !ii< phvsi
*ia11 i'i nrdiiiarv.
11 might he suspcctcd liial this p<- .
culiar combination of functions had
il- ori'jiu in a sartirieal view of tin- 1 t
art of healing but in the records w?
have quoted we can trace nothing nt
the kind. Perhaps the execut ionei
drove a trade iu human fat and oilier
things supposed to possess marvellous
healing properties; he may thus
have come to be credited with skill in
healing, though the association surc)\
represents I lie lowest degree to which
the surgeon has ever fallen in public
esteem and social position.
HOGS! HOGS!?Icnncssec lloj/s will
arrive today. Come get one oi J
11-24-21. T. C. Pool. I
, when (ho bargain was not lu?pl- My
husband assured liliu there was no
i agreement and that the buck had no
basis for such a claim. The lieutenant
explained that the failure to reject the
> last bid and the presence of witnesses
t, to the price haggling was all that the
. Indian considered necessary to make
> a binding affair of heart and honor.
Of course, terms had to be reached,
. and my husband, for the only time in
I his experience with the red men. or as
far as I know with any man, agreed
1 to compromise, lie bought them off,
and appeased their disappointment by
> a gift of good, hard money and a lot
of tobacco.?Army and Navy Life.
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I I and rejuvenates every organ in the
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3 delighted. Such a
; a glad surprise, but
re for every member
5 the happiness that
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fortunate in getting
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nds of cardy. The
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st assortment of 5c.
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J \\ :i}i every order for one or
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1 gallon, - $2.45 4 quarts, - $2.60
; 2 gallons, - $4.70 8 quarts, - $4.95
I 24 pints, oi 48 half pints, - - - $6.70
n Whiskey, Yellow and Mellow."
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TKAIUXJ FOR A WIFi:.
n Army OI liter's Experience Willi an
Indlau at Western Fort.
"He says he would like i? trade
'ith you for your wife!"?it came oui
t last. It was a startling proposiion
indeed. For n moment we were
oth too breathless to comment. Finli.v
my husband yielded to bis iniulse
for amusement and smiling al
ie he replied:
"Ask him what he will give for her.'
"He says six ponies, lieutenant."
"Oh. tell him she is worth lots mor?
"He will give you twelve ponies foi
.My husband again replied that lie
'oilId not trade for anything like that
0 the Indian kept, raising his bid. Ik
Iferod twenty ponies: then twentv
onies and a squaw; and finally twenk
ponies, a stpiaw ami a papoose. At
.'iigth. wearying ol the nonsense. m>
usbaml nodded bis dismissal of tin
ilbject. Hut tlie Indian seemed It
'ink thiil ilie apparent holding out
>r a bigl'.er pi ice eonst ii nteii .1 iradc
"lien the linal oiler was ;ioi rejeeied
le appeared satisfied, but soon signi
ied Jie wished to finish the bargain
)i course. my husband inimedia!el>
hjeetcd. ,\iy savage admirer eontinu
il unaccouninhlv insistent : ami ami
: I?I> to rid hin.sell ? i h ! ndian'<
in purl tin il y n. y husliaml tnld him i
'as not fit for more travel; iluit I
ceded io go to resl al once. A<-? <?r?5tigly
i entered our tent.
The Indian was no' content, ami
outinucd. willi some <?I" his compannis.
io hail}; around the camp until
lie of l lie men lobl them t in y must
ow relurn Io their camp, as we were
II going io retire. When iii< \ had
luetantly departed m.v husband
ughingl.v told 111? li< ntenani. w in
ad not been preseni during tin* jrying.
of the incidi hi. The bitter lookil
grave, and expressed a fear that
ie Indian, in the belief that be had
lade a trade, might cause (rouble
Whoever the favon
be sure they will b<
gift not only means
also infinite pleasui
of the family to see
it will bring the fort
1 have three har
the boys also three
those ihat are not
one of the handso
three hundred pou
amount of candy
governed by the an
hold. I have the be
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