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IPT1 T 1 N AMNESTY FOR FORBY INSUR INSUR6fNTS INSURGENTS
1 GENTS PROPOSED PROPOSfDBY
BY PALMA RAIMAjlis PAMF
F jlis is Advisors However owever Are AreMuch AreMuch Aret
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res tes and ruses injured the uie bLeu switch swncnwavana
Havana H Aug 26 26The The The
anxiety
gird and some of the more delicate
President Palma to extend every posjchinery POS chinery In spite of the havoBible havoc c
Bible opportunity for peace withoujought withou ought by b the bolt in the operat
bloodshed and his desire to permfg perm g room the building itself was not no t
those who joined the
insurrection ud untjured U jured
der misguidance to repent and retuif Mrs Elkins wife of the electrician
to their homes unmolested combi combifu charge Of the station was stand stande standed
ed e with ith the general wish
to
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endjng ng in an adjoining room when a asituation L Lsituation
situation fraught with so much iq lqlash lash o of electricity struck her upon n
and suffering has led to
considerthe
arm Mrs Elkins was badly
turnby tiohb the President and andhis his
cab Shocked but soon recovered from i it t
of a a project decreeing a thirtytf thirt thirty and has hassince since felt no m effects None e
amnesty period during which the thesurrectionists thesurrectionists thesurrectionists
surrectionists are invited to lay da datheir d dtheir
their arms and return to their peg pe pefu1 i
ful pursuits pursuitsIt II I Itree
a It was proposed to issue issuecree the r rcree r
cree tomorrow but persons clos closthe closj >
i the President strongly opppsed opppsed8I e emeasure
measure and the plan was defend defendand def d dt I
t + and may be relinguished reUnguishedXo defJd defJdand i iXo
Xo More Clashes of Arms
So Sofar far as actual conflict went n nday nI uday
day da proved to be a day of inactl5i inactl5ibut inact I Y
but preparations proceeded witut witutabatement wi ut utabatement
f abatement A fund of 20000 20000been 20000b 20000 20000been
been b n set se aside by b the tr asurfor treasury asurfordefense or ordefense
t defense and drafts on it are levy fcvyand j V Vand
1 and constant constantXciv constantNew 1 1New
New Bands nm s are Out OutIt OutIt I
It was learned today that serai serainew era eranew eral eralnew
new insurgent bands had tajl tal ta l to tothe tothe tothe
the brush The growth of tlitfisur titeusurrection tlitfisurrection th sllr sllrrecti
rection recti n certainly seems to ke kel Pace Pacewith pacewith pacewith
with the preparations for sufpating sufpatingit sur suffating suffatingIt ating atingit
it
Next to the progres of theombatants theombat theombatants th Ombat Ombatants
ants the most interesting inter ting question iuestiontoday questiontoday uestiontoda
today toda seems to be how ho to t tithe rtiar rtiarwithout war warwithout r rwithout
without fighting Aroundthe Around the dis discussion diScussion dIscussfon ¬
cussion of this question enters enters nter la ladeal jadeal a adeal
deal of crimination and Recrimina Recrimination ecrimfnn ecrimfnntion ¬
6 tion from both Liberals Sid Mpder Mpderates Moder Moderates Ipil ¬
ates each side bringing brin lng accusatlonsagainst tccusatlonsf accusatlons ccusaponsag
f against ag inst the other as to tie t e resppnsi resppnsibility resl reslonsibility n i ibilitr
i bility for precipitating tht th tht rebelion rebelionWhile rebelionVhile
While no Liberals Li erals are in irms irmsagainst lrmsagainst trmsagainst
against the government government they almit almitcountenancing mmltcountenancing
f countenancing the insirrotlop insirrotlopthough ins rretiop rretiopthoughthey rre t1on t1onthough
thoughthey though they always deny denyof den k owedbe orvedgcof
f of any conspiracy conspiracyGucrra consplracjGuCr1l conspiracyGuerra
Gucrra Has 2000 MenSan Men MenSan IcnSan
San Juan de Martinez CubaJug Cuba lug lug6Tlie ug ugZ6Th
26 Z6Th The past twentyfour tours lourshave ours ourshave
1 have been quiet quietThe quietThe I IThe
The Insurgent force under Pino PinoGuerra PinoGuerra
I Guerra spent last night and today to r at atGalafre atGalafre
e Galafre six miles from her Nomovement No Nomovement Xomovement
movement has yet been madi ma by byeither byeither byl
l either side to attack ExGov perez pereza pereza erez ereza
a Liberal visited Guerra tqdir and andfound andI andfound i
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l found him to be well informed as to towhat towhat
what was going on Guerra Vts Jrfs s 2
000 well armed men Capt Pujales Pujaleswith Puialeswith Pales Paleswith
with his artillery constitutes constitutes the themain i I
main strength of the government col column coij coijumn
umn here The regular regularguardsmen rural ruralgood ruralguardsmen ruralguardsmen I
guardsmen are reliable and andbut goodkbters good goodTRYIXG
kbters ttrs but the recruits do not pot iuL iudire iu inconfidence iuire it
dire ire confidence confidenceWhile confidenceWhile
L While the correspondent of the As AsIsociated Assoclatcd Aszociated I
Isociated Press was riding in to tofoards toards tovards
foards ards the t le station last night he was wasBred wasfired I Ibred 1 j
f Bred on by half dozen recruits recruitswith with withxmt without
out fout previous challenge challengeCol
f Col Avalos A alos returned here heretodar today
from Pinar Del Rio and ordered order the thegovernment thegovcrnment thegovernment
M government forces to make ready for foran foran
Msin an advance advanceTRYIXG advanceTRYING
TRYIXG TO OUST PALMA PALMAVicePresident PALL7icePnSitIcnt PAL3IAVleePresident
VicePresident Capote is Willing illinI to toSucceed toSUcceed toSucceed
Succeed HimHavana Him HimHavana HimHavana
Havana Aug 2G 26The The Associat As Associati ociat
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GUST1N4f GUSTINE GUSTINEElectrician 6USTINtj
W 4f j Electrician in Charge Charges
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Is s Shocked But She SheSoon SheS SheSoon
Soon S on RecoveredAugustine Recovered Recoveredi RecoveredAugustine RecoveredlAugustine
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lAugustine Augustine Aug 27Duringre 27 27During During DuringJere
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Jere re electric storm which pre prep
p 1 here Saturday afternoon a bolt bolthtning bolthtning j jkhtning
khtning htning struck the wireless sta staI
I on Anastasia Island seriouslyaging seriously seriouslyaging
raging aging the delicate machinery machineryImperiling machineryimperiling machineryImperiling
Imperiling the lives of the Ines in ines ines
es of the station stationhe stationhe
he lightning struck in the operatroom operat operatroom operatroom
room and burned out all of the
of the other occupants of the build building building buildg ¬
ing lu g were effected effectedChief effectedChief
Chief Electrician Elkins and hi hiassistants his hisassistants hisassistants 3
assistants have begun to repair th thplant the theplant theplant e
plant but some of the damaged damagedmachinery damagedmachInery damagemachinery d
machinery will have to be sent back backto bar barto k
to the factory to be renewed or ad adjusted adjusted adjusted ¬
justed Hence the wireless station stationhere stationhere statiohere n
here will ba b out of commission for forat forat to toat r
at least a week or perhaps longer
CONGRESSMAN 1 WILLIAMSUUfR WILLIAMSRLLER WILLIAM WILLIAMSlffl
Slffl TAMMANYS TAMMANYSMAN TAMMANYSI TAMMANYSI I I
j MAN MANleader i oJ S I jI j I
4 6 6leader I ILeader i
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leader Harburger of the Hall RallAnnounces Halli HallAnnounces i 1
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Announces Gubernatorial GubernatorialChoice j jChoice
Choice ChoiceAnnouncemet ChoiceI ChoiceAnnouncemet ChoiceAnnouncemet j
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Announcemet Made in Re Response Response Response ¬
sponse to ChallengeWill ChallengeWillPresent Challenge Will WillPresent W WPresent
Present Platform PlatformXew latformNew
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New York Aug 27 rln In a state statement stateI stateIment statment
ment given out tonight Tammany TammanyLeader TammanyLeader TammanyLeader
Leader Julius Harburger of the theTenth theTenth th e
Tenth assembly district dlstrictdeclares declares he hewill hewill h hwill ee e
will be a delegate to the Buffalo Buffaloconvention BufialoI
I convention and will take the platj platjform plat platI platform
I form and present for the Democratic Democraticnomination Democraticnomination Democratinomination c
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nomination for governor gove nor the name of ofCongressman ofCongressman o f
Congressman William Sulzer Sul er of New NewYork ew ewYork
York City Mr Harburger said he hemade hemade h e
made this statement in response t to toDistrict toDistrict o
District Attorney Jerome who whocently re r rcently
cently challenged the leaders of Tarn1 Tarn1many Tam Tammanr Tammany
many hall to express their choice for forgovernor forgovernor fo r
governor governorPOSTMASTER governorPOSTLSTER
POSTMASTER AT GAINESVILLE GAINESVILLEOyster GAIXESYILLEOyster GAINESVILLEOyster
Oyster Bay Aug 27 27President 27PresidentRooseelt 2 President PresidentRoosevelt t
Roosevelt has appointed Louis C CTynlch CTynlch
Tynlch postmaster at Gainesville GainesvilleFla I I II
Fla I
receiving assistance from their sym syniptliizer5 sympythizer sympvthizers
ptliizer5 in this country countrySTATESMANS countrjS1XLES countrySTATESMANS
STATESMANS S1XLES LXS IIOMECOMIXG IIOMECOMIXGVill
Will Attract Many lal1 Visitors sitors to New NewYork Xc XcYork NewYork
York YorkNew YorkXew YorkNew
New York Ang ° 27 27At At the head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters of the Bryan Reception ReceptionCommittee ReceptionCOlllmittee ReceptionCommittee
Committee at the Hotel Victoria itwas itwas it itwas
was stated today that crowds cro s of visi visit
t rj r J fciii ether c her states to this city cityto
to attend the reception to Mr lr Bryan Bryanon
on August 30 will reach mammoth mammothproportions mammothproportions mammothproportions
proportions proportionsState proportionsStare
State Senator David Nelson of StLouis St StI
I Louis was 3S in town today making makin ar ari
i rangemeats to lodge at the Hotel HotelCaraaac HotelCaranac HotelCaranac
Caranac a delegation of 250 meat merai meatbers
i j ixrs rs from St Louis Democratic Club ClubA
1 A still larger delegation is to come comefrom comefrom comefrom
from the Jefferson Club of St Louis
I I Senator Nelson said that Missouri Missourito lissourito
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to a large extent his is going to emptyitself empty emptyitself emptyitself r
itself into New Xe York by next Thursday Thurs Thursday Thursda ¬
day da tt ttJoseph
Josephus us Daniels the Democratic Democraticnational Democriticnational Democratinational c
national committeeman from North NorthCarolina XorthCarolina NortCarolina h
Carolina wrote rote the committee that thatdelegation a adelegation adelegation
delegation of 150 will come from fromNorth fromorth m
North orth Carolina including the Goer Governor ¬
nor or his staff both United States Statessenators Statessenators Statesenators s
senators and eight members of the theHouse thePou th e
House Pou of Rei Representative RepresentativeGovernor R > reseutatives res ntitives ntitivesGoyernor
Governor Warfield of Maryland lirylandAI
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NEBRASKA N HOME fOlK fOlKTUrt AS ASMIS ASTll
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T MIS Tll MS lSffVfS lSffVfSII Vf S SDelegation
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Delegation Arrives in New NewYork NewYork
York to Receive Wm WmJe
Jennings Je gs Bryan Bryant
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i New York Aug 27 27The The Nebras Nebraska
ka contingent which is to participate participatein
in thewelcome the welcome of William ihiam J Bryan Br BryanHeel an anI
I next Thursday on his return to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country after his tour of the worldreached world worldreached worldreached
reached this city clt tonight at 1030 1030oclock 1030oclock 1030oclock
oclock The members style them themselves themselyes themselves ¬
selves the Nebraska Home Folks Folksi
i i i They The were greeted on arriving by byCommercial bjCommercial byCommercial
Commercial Travelers AntiTrust AntiTrustLeague AntiTrustLeague AntiTrustLeague
League and others interested In theforthcoming the theforthcoming theI
I forthcoming reception to Mr Bryan BryanB
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B J MAYS HAS RESIGNED RESIGNEDSeaboard RESIG RESIGNEDSeaboard ED EDSeaboard
Seaboard Ticket Agent to Become a aBookkeeper nBookkeeper
Bookkeeper for Cuesta Key S CoB Co CoB
1 B J Mayscity Mays Ia scit city passenger and tick tickj
j j I I et agent for the Seaboard has tender tendered
1 ed his resignation to take effect Mon Monday 11onday
day dayI
dayMr
I Mr Ir Mays has filled his position ef efficiently efI of
I 4 ficiently for a long time and only re resigns rei r
i signs in order ord r that he may ma become becomeI e
j I bookkeeper for Cuesta Rey Co It Itis I IIs t
lis is extremely prabable that Clifford B BOakley BOakley
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Oakley Oakle the present assistant city pas passenger passenger ¬
senger and ticket agent will succeed succeedhim succeedhim succee succeehim d
him Mr Ir Oakley is one of the most mostexperienced mostexperIenced mos mosexperienced t
experienced and one of the most mostcourteous mostcourteous mos t
courteous railroad men of the State StateDuring StateDuring StatDuring e
es
During his residence here he has hasmade hasmade ha hamade s
made many friends who would re rejoice rejoice rejoice ¬
joice to learn of his promotion
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RESIDENCE OF M L BURNETT COR THIRD AND HOUSTON STREET
ed Press learns that there are grave gravedifferences graediff gravedifferences
differences diff rences between President Palmaand Palma Palmaand Palmaand
and Vice President Mendez Capote CapoteThe CapoteThe CapoteThe
The latter is suspected of having 11a iug con considered COIlsidered considered ¬
sidered with Senator Alfredo Zayas Zayaspresident Zayastpresident Zayaspresident
president of the Liberal party the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of whether peace could not notbe notbe notbe
be restored by Palmas withdrawal withdrawalfrom withdrawalfrom
from the presidency by permitting permittingMendez permittingtendez permittingMendez
Mendez Capote to succeed him and andgiving andgiYing andgiving
giving certain posts to the Liberals L eralsNone erals eralsXone
None of the parties concerned was wasmilling waswilling waswilling
willing to discuss this matter tonight tonightbut
but the source the correspondentsinformation correspondents correspondentsinformation correspondentsinforUlation
information is entirely reliable reliableMaj reliableIaj reliableMaj
Maj Iaj Gomez of the government re reports reports reports
ports another engagement with in insurgents insurgents insurgents
surgents near Cascabel today in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which several men were killed or orwounded orwounded orwounded
wounded Details of the affair have havenot havenot havenot
not yet been received here hereA
A band of 100 insurrectionists en entered entered
tered Las Lajas Santa Clara provj prov province
ince today and got away with the thecontents tIlecontents tli tlicontents e
contents of the local treasury S000 8000and S000and
and all the horses in town townGulf townGulf townGulf
Gulf Ports Xot to be Open OpenMexico 0IHI1lexico OpenMexico
Mexico City Aug 2 2CThe The Mexi Mexican Mexican lexican ¬
can government has issued strict or orders orders orders ¬
ders that no use shall be made o oGulf of ofGulf ofGulf f
Gulf ports especially those of Yuca Yucatan Yucatan Yucatan ¬
tan as a base of supplies for the Cu Cuban Cubin Cuban ¬
ban revolutionists Cuban Minister MinisterRivera MinisteRivera IinisterRiveri r ris
Rivera has as been active in his efforts effortsto is
to prevent the revolutionists from fromy m
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and his staff will arrive Tuesday TuesdayTheir TuesduTheir TuesdaTheir c
Their headquarters will be at t tWaldorfAstaria the theWaldorfAstaria theWaldorfAstaria
WaldorfAstaria WaldorfAstariaGovernor WaldorfAstariaGovernor WaldorfAstariaGovernor
Governor Folk of Missouri chair chairman chairman chaffman r ¬
man of the Reception Committee Committeewill Committewill e
will be here Wednesday and will put putup putnp pi piup t
up at the Gotham GothamThe GothamThe GothamThe
The Governors of most of the theSouthern theSouthern t tSouthern h e
hhe
Southern states will be here The TheGovernor TheGovernor T TGovernor he
Governor of Florida is kept away awaya by bya bja
a campaign nov in progress but t tstate the thestate thest1te
state will be represented relJre ented by the at attorneygeneral attorneygeneral a atorneygeneral t ¬
torneygeneral two judges of the theSupreme theSUIreme ti tiSupreme e
Supreme Court and other officials officialsThe officialsThe I IThe
The National Democratic Club and andthe andthe a athe
the Manhattan Club and varo various variousclubs ar ous ousclubs is isclubs
clubs composed of former residents residentsof residenof is
of various states expect to enterta entertain entertainmany entertainmany in inmany
many of the distinguished distinguishedLEFT guests guestsI guestsLEFT guestsLEFT
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LEFT FOR FORT REXOi RENO RENOWashington
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Washington Aug 27 27A A dispatch dispatchwas dispat h hwas
was received at the War ar Department Departmenttoday tit
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today toda from Maj Penrose commas commasing command commandIng d
Ing the battalion of negro troops troopsthe of ofthe ofi i 1
i the Twentyfifth Infantry which has hasbeen h as
Ii Iibeen
been stationed at Fort Brown Tex Texannouncing Texannouncing Te x
announcing that his command left leftBrownsville leCtBrownsville 1E tt
Brownsville for Fort Reno at 630 630oclock 630I 6 0
I oclock this morning Maj Penrose Penrosemakes se
i I makes no mention in his dispatch of ofa I
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a number of troopers said to have havebeen haebeen ha ye
been arrested by Texas rangersconnection rangers in inconnection inconnection
connection with the recent distur disturbances tlisturbances list listbances u r ¬
bances at Brownsville Brow nsvt3le nsvt3leS
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A Split Switch Derailed D raif d Five FiveCoaches fiveCoaches Iif 4 4Coaches
Coaches of the Train TrainBe 4 4f 4Ike
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U Be Was WasOn WasOnWas On OnWas OnWas
Was on His Way Home HomeFr From FromHis in inHisFath
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His HisFath Fathers s Old North NorthDakota North NorthDakota NorthDakota
Dakota Ranch RanchSt
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St Paul Aug 27 2TDelayed Delayed for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several hours but uninjured by the thewreck thewreck thewreck
wreck of a train In which he was wascoming wascoming wasroman
coming roman east from a visit islt to his fath fathers fathers ¬
ers old ranch at Medora N D Her Hermit K Kermit r rf ¬
mit Roosevelt and his friend fr end John JohnHeard JohnHeard TohnHeard
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I Heard reached St Paul this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon The boys 1 > Ojs rode about St Paul Paulin Paulin
in an automobile and then continu continued ¬
I ed their journey eastward At Berea Bereaa
a split switch derailed five coaches coachesof
of the train carrying carr lng Kermit Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Roosevelt ¬
velt elt but none of the passengers were wereinjured wertinjured
injured although Roosevelt who oc occupied occupied occopied ¬
cupied a compartment c In a sleeping sleepingcar
car and several other persons were weresomewhat waresomewhat
somewhat shaken upALL up upALL upALL
ALL ABOARD HER ILL ILLThe ILLThe
The Schooner Bonidon in Distress at atPensacola atPensacola atPensacola
Pensacola PensacolaPensacola PensacolaPensacola PensacolaPensacola
Pensacola Fla Aug 27 27Vlth 27Vlthevery 27Withevery With Withevery
every member of hersCrew her rev sick In Including Including incuding ¬
cluding the captain andone and one man dying dy dying dying ¬
ing the British rchooner ficnldon 6 nldonlar nldonlarrhed nidon ar arrived arrived ¬
rived off of Pensaeila Pensae la harbor today to18 and andasked andasked andasked
asked for assistance She 1 is boundfrom bound boundfrom boundfrom
from Colon for Ship Island but the themen themen themen
men were no longer able to nun her herand beland hetand
and signals for assistance were san sanup S8 S8up sonup
up at the first port The pilot boat boatPilot boatPilot boatPilot
Pilot went out and was as told Uy 11 the themaster Utemaster themaster
master that when out some days da s from fromColon tromColon fromColon
Colon one of the men was U taken takeawith takElBith takenwith
with ith a fever of some nature and that thatone thatone thatone
one by b one his men took It until untilevery unUIeery untilevery
every member of the crew was dowa dowaincluding dOWRincluding dowaincluding
including himself and an that oa one of ofthe orUte ofthe
the men was not expected to o liveHe lira liraHe lheHe
He asked that a tug boat be b sent senthim Mnthim senthim
him to tow to Ship Island whore he hecould h hcould hecould
could go in quarantine and receive receivetreatment xeo8iTetreatment reoeieetreatment
treatment treatmentFLORIDA treatmentFLOIUI treatmentFLORIIA
FLORIDA > A FARMER SHOT TODEATH TO TODEATH TODEATH
DEATH IX STREETS STREETSAs STU bTS bTSs
As s Result n sult of Dispute Dispute Over Iiu I3usinc > inc l Coi CoiInlt > s sMuitqr
Muitqr Inlt < r iinnk uik Director Kills KillsFarmer IiiHsFnnl1er
Farmer FarmerTampa Fnnl1erTimpa
Tampa Fla Aug 27 27S S S SLamb SLmb
Lamb director in the Manatee Coun County ¬
ty State bank Friday night shotand shotandkilled shotandkilled shotandkilled
killed S A Glover a prominent far farmer farmer ¬
mer in the streets of Palmetto The Theparties Theparties
parties had trouble several days ago agoover aguoer
over business matters and when they theymet tlleymet
met last night trouble was renewed renewedStrong renewedStron
Strong Stron words followed which re resulted resulted ¬
sulted in Lamb pulling out his pistoland pistol pistoland pistoland
and killing Glover instantly instantlyThe
The town is in intense excitement excitementas excit mentj mentjis
as two negroes were killed in the thesame thesame
same place yesterday morning mor ing be because because because ¬
cause of trivial crimes crimesLIGHTNING crimesLIGlIT crimesLIGHTNING
LIGHTNING LIGlIT XG BOLT TURNS HIMBLACK HIM HIMBLACK llDlBLACK
BLACK BLACKAtlantic BLACKAtlantic BLACKAtlantic
Atlantic City N J Aug 27 27Lightning 27Lightning 27Lightningthat
Lightning Lightningthat that struck William Truax Truaxduring Truatduring
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during a thunderstorm turned his hisbody hisbodY
body black from the waist down downTrua
I Trua was knocked down by the bolt boltthat
that hit him in a boat on the thethoroughfare thethoroughfare
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thoroughfare and was unconscious unconsciouswhen unconscioushen
when hen picked up by b fellowfishermen fellowfishermenA n nA
A bunch of keys in his pocket was wasmelted wasmelted
melted together It was believed at atfirst atfirst
first that the man would dieThe die dieThe dieThe
The discoloration of the skin came cameout calpeout
out yesterday esterda but surgeons say thero therowill j JwiU
will be no further ill effects and andthat andthat
that he h will recover
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