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c i BUTOHERY OF BABES BABESFrightful
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Frightful Turkish Atrocities AtrocitiesKept AtrocitiesIept AtrocitiesKept
Kept Up and Intensified IntensifiedHORRORS IntenslfiodHORRORS Intensified1I
I j HORRORS UNPARALLELED UNPARALLELEDNotwlthstandlno UNPARALLELEDNotwlthltandlno UNPARALLELEDi
i I
II Notwlthstandlno Sultan Cringe Bc Bcfore DcI tict
t I fore Russian Czar Manures Manuresj Maua re reIi
I j j Rapine and Incendiarism In Hold HoldFull HoldLIi HoldI
I m LIi Full Sway Swa In Macedonia 1 1p 1Advices
r 1 1Jdvlcos
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Advices from Soda Dulgorln undir undirdeto undrto
I I deto to of Monday stale that tho Turns Turnsnro TUflsaro Tui8tiVi
tiVi nro reported to have massacred all uo uowomen tlOwomen
I women and children In twentytwo twentytwovillages tlVollttwovillages
l villages of tho districts of Fiorina n nad nadMonastlr d dlloDRstJr
l
Monastlr and to have afterwards bum bumd IHIIUeel
eel d tho villages They aro also allowed allowedto
Pt to 0 hnvo killed a number of prisoners prisonersAVIIu prlsonorsWilli
I t E AVIIu tho rumors of massacres and ando
1 ll iho tho o murder of prisoners in Monastlr Monastlrnew
new authenticated tho general sltua situation sltuatlon ¬
tion Is considered as fast becoming Intolerablo In Intolerable n ntolerable ¬
tolerable Official o fficla I and diplomatic clr clrclcs elrcles
Q des nllko are concent concertd1 d having every everyreason eoryrenson everyreason
reason to fear tlwt only onl a part of tho tbohorrors thollorrors
¼ horrors enacted In tho Interior of ofMacedonia ofMacedonln
t Macedonia havo como to light as yet yotTho ot otfho
I
Tho ho revolutionary committees aro arodflng arodllng aroddng
dflng their utmost to force tho hands handsof
of tho Bulgarian government and tho thoimmediate thoImmedlato
I I Immedlato outlook Is exceedingly to torlous terlous e ertous
rlous rlousIt
j It appears that tho Turks have ob obtained b btalned ¬
tained tho upper hand In tho vilayet of ofMonastlr offlonastlr
Monastlr and tho insurgents aro phnn phnnnlng plJnnln
nlng nln to remove tho center of tho acv nc v
itr close to tho Bulgarian frontiers frontiersAdditional frontlorsMdltlonal frontiersMdltlonal
Mdltlonal dispatches received In Sofia SofiaMonday SofiaMonday
Monday from tho disturbed area aro iro iroexceedingly noocceedlngly ro roI
I 1 exceedingly gloomy From Fr m Adrlanoplo Adrlanoplocomes Adrlanoiocomes
comes news which denotes the exten extension oxhmlion oxtunLIon ¬
lion of tho revolutionary outbreak outbro outbrofrom outbroahfrom i
from Monastlr the news of Turkish vie vietorics vIetorlcs vlctories
tories accompanied by barbarous ox oxCMS ox06s cxcoel
CMS coelI < 06s
CMSWhile
I While many of the reports remain remainwithout romnnwithout
I without confirmation sufficient authon authentic ¬
I 1 tic details aro forthcoming to causo causotho causoth
the th authorities tho greatest anxiety nnxtetAccordIng
r According to the Sofia Dnavnlk tho thoTuiks thoTurles the1l
lit 1l Tuiks committed unspeakable atroel atroeltloa atroclHils atrocii
i tloa at atl atI Krushovo KrushovoI < rushovo1ho
I 1ho I ho mutilated corpses of nineteen nineteenwomen nlneteonWJm 1 1wnncsn
women WJm < tn and children wero found In one onebuilding onoblllldlngj
1 building pieces of bodies had been beenthrown lIeenthrown I
I thrown into tho streets Fifteen I < o otoo of ofto ot4o I II
too principal merchants of tho towr towrwsro towuw I
wsro w ro killed and tholr heads exhibited exhibitedon I II
1 on poles polesAt polesAt
At Monastlr tho churches were dc dcmollshcd 10mollshed le leinolishod <
mollshcd tho homes sacked and tho thotown tli tlitown hi 3 3town
i town Is now In a heap of ashes Th Thpopulaco Tho Thop S
i populaco p > fled to tho hills where the thearo tboy tboyaroln y
i are aroln in a starving condition conditionTho conditionTho condttionThe
Tho Pnovnlk also asserts a Berts that a gen genera g genc n ncal
c b era cal I masBftcro has taken place In th thwnolo tho thoholo ti 0 0vnoio
wnolo holo vilayet of Monnotlr Nearly at atof nil nilCr 1 1of
of tho villages have Loon dostroyoi dostroyoi1hn destroYItlh I
Id
1hn lh treacherous murder of eighty In InBurccnt IneUf Iruvgent d
Burccnt eUf ent prisoners by tho guards noa noaMonastlr nOlrrtJUBstir no
Monastlr has made an especially bo boimpicssion b1d b1dImplolIslon bnE d
E impicssion In Sofia SofiaMany SoflnMany
Many rumor are current of mesa tnasstcrod IIlUSSctos I
crod In tho city of Adrlnnbplo but con confiliation conl1matlon cciI 1
I filiation 11 is lacking The sltuntloi sltuntloithere sltuntlonthoro n
f there however undoubtedly Is ocrlou ocrlouTho oerlOllsTho 5
1 Tho population is afiald to leave tli tlihouses tho thohnuses 0
houses mnuses Tho prisons prl ons era full jind th thvail tho thoV 0
1 r vail V lU has taken private housos to b bmod bo boed 0 0uwd
mod ed na jails When tho Hussiau con consul consui cmaiti
sul protested at tho situation tho va vais vall vallIs Ii
is reported to havo answered that h hwis bo boWIS iiwis 0
wis powerless against that fanatlca fanatlcapopulation fanallcalpOPulatloll ii iipopulation
population populationReports pOPulatlollReports populationReports
Reports from rein Monastlr nuthontlcit nuthontlcitoH L Lot
oH by tho Russian and Austrian con conmil conslIlli I Ip
p mil give horrifying details detnlsof of tho ho nina maseacrcs mnssacres
4 eacrcs and atrocities At tho village villageof
I of Armensko tho Turks destroyed 150 150houses 150louses 150houses
houses out of n total of 1C7 and mas massacred mnssacrel nmassacred
sacred every man woman and child childThe childTho childTho
Tho women were cro subjected to tho ho most mostterrible moaLtorrlblo
V terrible atrocities by tho soldiers eoldlersEighty soldiersEighty
1 a Eighty revolutionaries captured at atKruihovo ntUruhovo atc
c Kruihovo who wero sent In tho ho dire diretlon diretlon
4 r tlon of Monastlr in chains wore woreslaughtered Veraslaughtered vecoslaughtered
slaughtered by their guards
iii RICHMOND RICHMONDCARSTRIKE CAR STRIKE ENDS ENDSTrouble ENDSTroubl END8Trouble
Trouble Lasted SixtyNino Days and andCoat andCoot andCoat
Coat Approximately 255000 255000Tho 255000Tho
4 Tho strike of street railway rallwa em employes em1110es cmployca ¬
ployes at Richmond Va was wnsomclally wnsomclallydoclnred ofllclally ofllclallydeclared
h i declared off shortly After noon Mon Monday Mondll ¬
I day dll
dayU
l It had lasted just slxtynlno days daysand dnsanlt
and Is i estimated to have cost tho thootcet thoDt themt
otcet Dt cet car company 125000 the sink strikers strlkors sinkera ¬
ers In loss of wages 150000 50000 tho otato otatoby otaloby otatoby
by reason of tho necessity for troops troopsv
v l 15000 and tho city elt for special police policeOiC poll co cooc
r oc UOOO UOOOJ 6000 6000A
J A SHOWER OF TOADS TOADSHeavy TOADS TOADSHeavy TOADSJ
J Heavy Rain In Salt Lake City Was WasAccompanied WasAccompanied WasAccompanied
Accompanied by Frog
A rain of toad frogs practically
blocked truffle In Salt Lake City CIt Utah UtahSunday UtahSundRY
I
Sunday for halt an hour just beforo beforonoon beforonoon beforenoon
noon
A light rain was falling all tho morn
i lug Just before 1130 oclock this thischanged thischanged
1 changed into quite a hard rain which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was accompanied by a largo number numberof
of toads toadsPedestrians
t I
Pedestrians who did not mind the therain therain I IraIn
rain wero more than averse a to taking
up a collection ot frogs and until the theunusual thounusunl ho hounusual
unusual shower ceased tho frogs 1rolsbad had liedI
I i the roadways to themselves themselvesI
i I SMITH SUCCEEDS DIQHAM DIQHAMAssistant DIGHAMAillatant tiIGHAMAssistant
Assistant Is Elected Agent of Metho Methoodlet Methoodlt Methoomfist
odlet Publishing House HouseAt HouleAt HouseAt
At a meeting in Nashville of the th
book committee of tho Motluxlbn Kpls Kplscopal Eplscopal Episcopal
copal church south D M Smith pres present prsent preaeat ¬
ent asnlslant agent was elected agent asnt10r
for the publishing house vice H j JDlgham jBigham
nigham resigned H J Lnmar of ofI
I Mobile Ala was chosen assistant assistantngont AssistantRlont sslsantagent
agent ngontQULLET RlontDULLET agentr
I
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r QULLET OF POTTS EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVEDr
I
Dr M A
Thedford at
Rome sue suecumbi Suecumbl Suecumb
cumbi to Wounds Received ReceivedAt
1 At Home Da Monday Iollda M A Thcd Thcdlord Thodford Thedford
ford who was shot and mortally
Woundp4by wounded by Joseph D Potts Saturday SllturdinJbt taturd taturdn4ght
n nJbt Rht diedfrom Illed Crom his wounds woundsThere roundsThere oumbThoro
There had been no hope of recovery rocoYerslnco
since the th wounds wore Inflicted Inflictedrottg Inllletedrotta indictedrot
rottg rot Is In jail though it Is no mill misstatement millt
I i statement t cmtnL of fact to say 83 that public publicii publicIRUmeut
k IRUmeut ii undoubtedly unoubtedi Trill 81 htg lrn Ip p
n lbe 1I 1iu Qr1uU9 fftlllr
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SHAM SUAMROCK BOCKBADLY ROCK BAD L LV Y BESTED BESTEDIn
In First Rae Swift Reliance Proves ProvesToo ProvesToo ProvesToo
Too Much for Lipton MuchlyVaunted MuchlyVaunted Muchly MuchIyVaunted
Vaunted Cup Challenger ChallengerA
A Now York YorkdiapfttCh dispatch says In a asplendid asplendid asplendid
splendid 12 to 15 knot breeze over a awindward awlndward flwindward
windward and leeward course of thirty thirtymiles thirtymlos thirtymiles
miles tho gallant loop Reliance Ilell nco In InSaturdays InSaturdRye
Saturdays race boat Shamrock III In IncODlmandlng > n ncommanding noromanding
commanding c stylo by exactly nino nlnominutes ninomlnutos
minutes actual tlmo or seven mlnuUa mlnuUaand mlnut J Jandthreo
and andthreo a nd three seconds after deducting tho thoono thoono ho hono
ono o ao no minute and lld fiftyseven seconds secondswhich secondswblch secondshich
which w hich tho defender dofonderconcodos concedes to Sir SirThomas SirThomas Sirhomas
Thomas T Liptons third challenger on onaccount onIIccounL onccount
account a of her sail area as at present presentmeasured prcsontmeaourod presenteasured
measured measuredH m
It was a royal water tight for tho thoancient thonnclont
ancient a trophy which carries with It Itmo Itno Itno
mo no yachting supremacy of the world worldand wortdand worldnd
and a nd by a strange coincidence the flrat flratvictory nrAtvletoTY
victory v In tho ho cup series of 1903 oc occurred oceurred ¬
curred c on the fiftysecond anniversary anniversaryof
of o f tho day on which tho old schooner schoonerAmerica ochoonorAmorlcl
America A captured It In her famous famousrace famoulraco famousace
race r around tho Isle lab of Wight off the theEnglish thoEngllsb
English E coast coastTho coastTho coastThe
Tho Reliance beat tho British boat boathrco bOlLthreo
hrco t mlnutoa nnd twentyfour seconds secondsn
In I n tho thresh to windward and five fivemlntcs fivonllutes
mlntcs m and thirtysix seconds In tho thoun thorun
run r un down the wind windTho windTho windTime
Tho nautical sharps who had al aleady ileady I Iready
eady r made up tholr minds on Thursday Thurs Thursay
day d ay that the Reliance could take tho thomeasure thomeasuro
measure of tho challenger In any kind kindf
of o f weather regard Saturdays test ns nsonchiBlvo nsconclusive asonclusive
conclusive c although they hardly an anIclpatod nnlIclpatod anicipatod
Iclpatod t so overwhelming a victory victoryTho victorTho
T Tho ime race oven dampened tho ardor It Ittjlr > f fSir
Sir Thomas who Insisted alter alterThursdays altorThursdays
Thursdays fluke that his confidence confidencen
In i n tho beautiful craft designed by byFife byFifo byFife
Fife was greater than over Still llko llkotrue IIkoa
a true sportsman ho does not Jc Jckonwledgo 3Ckonwledgo c ckonwiedgo
konwledgo defeat and hopes for bet bottcr bocter better
ter luck next tlmo tlmoDEATH tlmoDEATH timoDEATH
DEATH GRIPS LORD SALISBURY SALISBURYGreat BALISIIURYGreat
Great English Statesman Has Joined Joinedthe JoTnedtho Joinedthe
the Silent Majority MajorityA
A special from London says Lord LordSalisbury LordSalisbury LordSalisbury
Salisbury died peacefully at 905 905oclock 905oeloele 005oclock
oclock Saturday night For forty fortyeight fortfeight fortyeIght
eight hours tho end was soon to bq In Inovltablo Inevltablo ineitablo
ovltablo tho great framo of England Englandformer Englanlstormer I Iformer
former premier being sustained onl onlby on onby only
by the constant uso of oxygen Even Eventho Evontho I Iho
tho administration of oxygen failed failedeffect iJ iJeffect > f forrect
effect as the evening advanced an anfrom nail an1fnm I Ifrom
from tho valley and enshrouded th thfrom thc Ihofrom thcfrom
from th valley and enshrouded th thdull thc thodull I Idull
dull red walls of Hatflold house th thdistinguished thc thodlstlngulshod I Iihistingulahod
distinguished statesman breathed bl him blslast himlast
last
Viscount Crnnborno who now as assiimcs nssumes assumes
sumes tho title of marquis of Sails
bury immediately notified King Ed Edward l Ed Edwarti I Iwnrll
ward and Queen Alexandra and oUt oUiers orhers oUtore
ers Including Lord Edward Cecil th thsoldier the I Isoldier
soldier son of Lord Salisbury who I Inow Is Isnow I
now In Egypt and who was tho onl onlchild only onichild
child of tho marquis absent from th tho I
death boil Soon messages of condo
lenco began coming In and tho little I
telegraph ofllco at Hatflcld W Wswampod v vswamped I Iswamped
swamped with unprecedented bull buiTim
nets netsTho
Tho death of Lord Salisbury occir
red on fl the fiftieth anniversary of hi I
entry Into public life ng a mcmbo
of the house of commons from Sum
ford f > rd
ROOSEVELT THANKED THANKEDOlrmlrtoham THANKEDDlrmlngham THANKEDDlrmlngham
Dlrmlngham Citizens Alliance Ap
proves Action In It Miller Case Caseo CueT1Jo CaseTim0
T1Jo o Citizens Alliance composed of
business men and others at Birming ¬
ham A Ala In has ha sent tho following com ¬
munication to President Roosevelt
To Ills lIi Excellency Theodore Roose ¬
velt President of tho United States
Sir At tho last mooting of tho Citi ¬
zens Alliance of Birmingham Ala a
nonpolitical organization of business
and professional men your our action In
restoring to his position tho book bind ¬
er In tho government printing office officowho >
who ho had been discharged
by brtho the public
printer becauso of his expulsion from froma
a trades union ana nn tho position you
havo slnco taken viz That men who whoarc whoare
arc employed In nny department of tho thogovernment thogoernmellt hegovernmen
government service and who do not Dotcare notcnro notcare
care to bo members
of any labor
or organization urganlzatlon organizaion ¬
ganization must bo protected wero werovery werovery werevery
very heartily commended commendedIn
In obedience to Instructions by tho thoalliance 010nlllnnco thoallianco
alliance wo hereby tender you lie sin sincere sincero sincore ¬
cero thanks of th body bodyALABAMA bodyALABAMA bodyALABAMA
ALABAMA MINERS WIN FIGHT FIGHTDecision FIGHTDeelalon FIGHTDecision
Decision of Arbitration Doard la h hTheir
Their Favor on All Points PointsTho polntaTho pointsThe
Tho board of arbitration appointed appointedto
to settle certain matters In contro ¬
versy between certain coal operators operatorsand
and coal miners In tho Birmingham Birminghamdistrict Dlrmlnghal1dlstrlcL Birminghamdistrict
district of Alabama havo ha o made to tho thorespective thorespecthe therespective
respective parties in said controversy controversyn controtJrsn
n report and awards awardsOn
On all questions at issue the board boarddecides boardecides boarddecides
decides in favor of tho miners Wages Wagesnro aga agaare
nro increased mines closed to 101l0 101l0nnd boys boyannd boysand
nnd semimonthly payments conceded concededA
A compromise was reached regarding regardingtho
tho eighthour day controversy controversyPEAS contrO controveroyPEAO r3Y r3YPEAS
PEAS SPROUTED IN STOMACH STOMACHLittle STOMACHLlttlo STOMACHLittle
Little Girl In Creston Iowa Succumbs Succumbsto
to Peculiar Malady MaladyAt
At Croston Cr ston Iowa Sunday sprout sprouting spromIng sproning ¬
ing pens in tho stomach of a 7year 7yearold 7 year yearold
old girl caused her death She was wastaken WAiltllon wasalien
taken sick ton days previously and onldoctors aniIloctors anddoctors
doctors said saldsho she was as suffering from fromdysentery fromdsentor fromdysentery
dysentery An autopsy revealed tho ho
tact that tho child had swallowed swallowedpeas
peas wholo that they had sprouOd sprouOdan sprout d don
an nPQ a in I her stomach itomachOPEN stomachOPEN tomachOPEN
OPEN PORTS A CERTAINTY CERTAINTYChina
China Will Grant United States Do Domand Dcmand Domand
mand on October 8
Sir Liang Chen Tung tho be Chlncio CblnelOmlnloter Chincieminister
minister was at tho state department
in Washington Friday and Informed
Acting Secretary Adeo that he had ro rocclvcd rocched recelved
cclvcd a dispatch from his government governmentconfirming govornmO1tconfirmIng governmentconfirming
confirming tho Information previously previouslyreceived prolouslrccelvell previouslyreceived
received that PrInce PrlncoChnu China has Inform InformI
od d Minister Conger that in tho treaty tre3l
to lo 0 signed alluodQctobor October 8 provisions praviulonswoua
woutd be nndo for tbo openlnj ot tO YO
port 1 Mncjwrla 24nCjUT1R542i
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BILL ARMS ARP IS DEAD DEADThe
The Beloved Humorist Joins JoinsSilentMajority JoinsSlIentM JoinsSilontM
SilentMajority SilentMajorityEND SlIentM njorlty njorltyEND ajorityND
END E ND CAME PEACEFULLY PEACEFULLYTnoueonds
Tnoueonds T Upon Thousand of tho thoReaders thoneadero
Readers of H Ho s Quaint and Highly Highlyjntereotlno Highlyntercatno Highlylntereotlsig
jntereotlno Letters Will Sorely Sorelytrie
I MIlS tile Sage of Dartow BartowMajor DartowlaJor Dartowilajor
Major Charles H Smith Bill Arp Arppassed Arppo1 Arpassed
passed po1 p sed away peacefully at his homo In InCartorsvlllo InCartorslIIo inarteraviile
Cartorsvlllo C Ga Monday night nightSince nightSinco nightlnco
Since tho successful operation and undemoval
of stones from tho gall blal blalen ¬
d en which prolonged life ho gradually
cw weaker a battle botwcenhls flno flnoClirlltutlon fln flncutltUtloll dm9iutitution
Clirlltutlon c nnd the effects of time ob obstructions obslructlons obtructiona ¬
structions a going on onTLo onTLo onTLo
TLo former might have gained the themuitcry thomULtory theutery
muitcry m but for thnpolaon that had hadpermeated hadpormented liedermeated
permeated p his system Tho hard hardbreathing bar barbteathlng liarrcathing
breathing b and repression and restless restlessncas restlossncas
ncas n ess seemed to hero disappeared In n nmeasure J annauro
I
measure ImtClauro after tho operation and andthough andtloll andoihi
though tloll t oihi h unconscious a stage ho had hadbeen hilllbeell
been b ccii In for two twoweoles weeks ho became becamequite beeamoqulto becameuito I
quite q tractable and his caso easily easilymanaged oasllymilrnsed easilymanaged
managed until tho weakness had crown crowato
to t o tho point where dissolution became becamean
an n il Inevitable consequence This Thlsn ThlsnrOilllty in inreality I
reality r began about 6 oclock Monday Mondayevonlng Mondayvening p Ip
evening e following a hard convulsion convulsionand I Iand
and at 040 some three hours later laterhis lacrhis latcrhis
his gentle ontlo spirit took its flight flIghtlnlo Into tho thoCroat tho8rOit thcgreat
Croat beyond beyondOf
Of his family hla wife his daugh daughtJn daughtars
tars Miss Marian and Mrs Brumby Brumbyreside Drumbyresldo Brumbyresido
reside at tho homo tho vcll known knownSbadows 1 1Shadows
Shadows Tho other daughters Mrs MrsAubrey MrsAubroy MrsAubrey
Aubrey and Mrs Young are residents residentsof 3 3of
of Cartcrsvlllo and havo been at Ids bisbrdsldt Idsbrdsldt S Sbedside
brdsldt Dr Ralph Smith of Jackson Jacksonville Jacsonv11l6 Jaclusunvilla ¬
villa Fla and nines Smith of Rome Rometho Ramotho Rometlio
tho majors sons wore at t his bedside bedsideTho lIellsldefbo bcdsidcrho
Tho other sons R R Smith SmithRakmart 1t 1tnJ3kmart t tIlJ3kmart
IlJ3kmart and Frank Smith at San SanAntonla S111Anlonla S SAntonia
Antonia Texas Tox ls wcro telegraphed for forna forn3 tomas
na were also Victor Smith of Now NowYork NowY No if ifYork
York Y > rk and Carl Smith of Mexico MexicoBrief UoxlcoDrlef MexicoSnot
Brief Sketch of His Career CareerMajor CareerMsJor CareerMajor
Major C II Smith was born In Law Lawrcntevlllo LnwrencelIIo LavrenceviIlo
rcntevlllo Ga Juno 15 1S2C HIs HIsNuts pa parouts n L Lriita
routs wore ScotchIrish The qualities qualitiesof 3 3of
of both sturdy turd races marked him In InIntor h I Ilater
later years yearslie yearsho ears earslio
lie began his education at a manual mBnualInbor manua I Ilabor
labor school and later attended Frank ¬
lin college at Athens now tho Ull Ullvcrrlty UIIIVcrrlty I Ivcrnity
vcrrlty of Georgia After loavlnu loavlnuschool 10avlniJscholJl 1oavIn z zschool
school ho studied law nnd was admit admittod nl1mlttd admitted
ted to tho bar Ho began his prnctko o 0in
In Rome OB In 1850 being associated associatedwith associatedwith ii iiWith
with JUdgo 1 W V II Underwood Ho Howns Howas II 0 0was
was located In that city when the war warblOlto Wa r rbroke
broke outin outin out Qutj
in j tho war Major Smith was a staff staffofficer r romeer I Iofficor
officer with General 0 T Anderson AndersonOld AlldersonOld t tOld
Old Tlgo for eighteen months Ho Howas nowas Il a awas
was afterwards assigned by Mr Davis Davisto 3 3to
to judicial duty with Judge Euscn EuscnA EugcmtuR EugcmtuRA a aA
A Nisbet of Mncon who was at atthe nttho a t tlie
the lie head of a commission to try troa troason tN tNson troson
son cases
After tho dissolution of the court nt ntMacon ntMntoll atMacon
Macon which was ordered by federal federalGeneral fcdernlOoneral federalhmneral
General Wilson when ho entered tho thocity thocity thecity
city on n raid Major Smith went to toLawroncovlllo toLnwrencovlJlo toiawroncoviiio
Lawroncovlllo His wife at that tlmo tlmowns tlmowas timewas
was stopping with her father In that thattown thattown thattown
town A notable Incident of that tlmo tlmowns tlmowns timewas
wns a trip Major Smith took with withPresident withProaldollt withPresIdent
President Davis from Mlllcn to Macon MaconHo MaconJla Maconlie
Ho nursed Mrs Hayes then n young younggirl younaslrl younggirl
girl
Major Smith began his writing In
1801 Ills object then was principally principallyto
to amuse soldiers and his oucccss was wasshown was81111n wanshown
shown by tho wide popularity of his hisletters hisletters iii iiiletters
letters lettersAfter lettersACter lettersAfter
After tho war Dill Arp continued continuedhla
hid wrltlncs and his letters did much muchto
to divert tho people and encourage encouragethem oncollro encouriaothem o othem
them to look on tho bright side of ofthings ofthings ofthings
things thingsWith thingsWith thingsVitim
With his wife six children and ild ildfamily i Id Idfamily Idfamily
family servant Tip Major Smith H Htllrned c cturned Cturned
turned to Rome In 18C5 18C5The 1806The 1865Time
The major shortly afterwards aU < rwnrlls movcnl movcnlto monlt monltto
to tho Fontaine I < farm In Bartow coun county county county ¬
ty In which county ho has slnco live I IHs tlIs Iirs
Hs homo at Cartorsvlllo The Shad Shadows Shallows Shadows ¬
ows with Its largo front yard and andclant andclallt andgiant
giant oaks Is a hospitable place and andhas andh1s andhas
has been the scene of many man delightful delightfulsocial dellghUulsocial delightfulsocial
social affairs given by b his wife and anddiughtora anddughters anddtiglttora
diughtora Ho lb has lived there for olx olxeon olxten aixteen
ten eon years
Tho humor of Dill Arp has long longbocn longbeen longbeen
been a source of delight to hundreds hundredsof
of southern homes Ho is not only anI un unauthor unauthor anauthor
author but won fame as a lecturer In Inaddition Inalll1l1lon Inaudition
addition to its is letters ho has publish publishol
ol a history of Georgia and also a vol volume VOlumo vomunto ¬
unto of collected collteilletters letters and nddressss nddressssFrom adllre3Sl3From addro3samFront
From tho Uncivil War to Dato Datohla Is Ishla Ishie
hla latest book bookLord bookLol1 bookLoni
Lord Roberts and Staff Coming Soon SoonAccording SoonAccording SoonAccording
According to a dispatch from 101Iton Leatiomi Lea Ixivdon
don Field Marshal Lord Roberts and andhis andh andhi
his h hi staff have booked passage on tho thoDominion thoDomlllion thoDominion
Dominion steamer Mayflower which whichwill whllwill wbkmwill
will sail from Liverpool September 23 23for 23tor 23for
for Boston BostonSECRETARY DostonSECRETARY BostonSECRETARY
SECRETARY ROOT SETS SAIL SAILGoes SAILGoes SAILGoes
Goes to England to Assume Duty on onAlaskan onAlaskan onAlaskan
Alaskan Boundary Commission CommissionSecretary CommlllionSecretary CommissionSecretary
Secretary Elihu Root sailed from fromNow frolllo fromlow
Now o York for Llvcrcool Friday on tho thoCeltic thoCeltic theCeltic
Celtic of tho ho White Star line Ho Hogoes Jlogoes liegoes
goes to England to act with Senator Senl1torLOdgo SenatorLodge
Lodge and former Senator Turner of ofWashlllgton ofVashington
Washington as tho United States rep representatives represontaUes representatives ¬
resentatives in tbo Alaskan boundary boundardispute
dispute
Tho tdcgraph t system SSI < n in tho tl o East EastAfrican EastAfrlcnn InstAfrican
African British Protectorate of Uganda Ugandanow
now extends to Ilatlnba on tho shore shoreof
of tho Albert Nynnss Thd trunk lint linofrom lintfrom linefrom
from Mombasa with Its branches is isover Isover isover
over 1034 miles In length and tho thocharge thochargo thecharge
charge over the whole distance Is 4 4cents 4cents I Icents
cents a word with n minimum of 33 33cents 33CIHs 33CCIis
cents for a moasafcn mfI n of night words wordsTh wordsIhro wordsThere
Th There < ro In also n 1 system of telephones telephonesnioug tlepbonesIIIOUg tvopbonesalong
nioug tho whole distance which may ma mabo
be used uset at 33 cents a conversation conor8 convora4tIonIhe Uo Uorhe
The poles on which the he wires wIcesftr are U flxei Ox
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Brief Summery of Most MostImportant MostI Mo9tImportont
Important I Events Eventsof Evcntof
of Each CoyJohn Day DayJohn DyJohn
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John Smith a citizen of Rome RomeQa Rom3Ga
Ga who has fought for the right rlg to tokeep toIeeep toeep
l keep eep hogs In tho city through a alJ ho hocourts boourts hoourts
ourts c of Georgia has defied tho tate Btalcsupremo tatesupremo tatcsupremno
supremo court and declared that ho howllianko howlI howiiLtako
wllianko wlI ako his case to tho United Statoi Statoisupreme Bt1t01supremo Statosaupr
supreme aupr mo court courtA
A Wt W V and n D Wlotlero promi prominent prom promnent promnifont ¬
nent citizens of Charleston S C Cworo Cworo Cwore
woro badly uied in an affray with die dloponsary dlaponury dieponsary
ponsary constables constablesTobacco constablelJTobacco constablesTobacco
Tobacco growers of tho Carolina Carollnaalrglula CnrOlnRIIIrglula Carolinairgiuia
lrglula Tennessee T Tbnn ssco and Kentucky I < are areorganizing arorganlzlng arcdrganizlng
organizing to fight the trust with local localmanufacturing 10c1ml1nufacturlng I Imanufacturing
manufacturing companies companiesDuring companiesDltrlng companiesDurIng
During a rain at Salt Lake City
Utah Sunday groat numbers of from frosfell trosf I Ifell
fell f < < lI
A train on tho Now York Y rk Central Centralrailroad Centralrailroad i irallroa4
railroad was wrecked wrecltedat at Llttlo Falls FallsSunday FallsSunday FalliSunday
Sunday and engineer and fireman firemankilled fircmhIe firemankilled
killed Ie 1110 < 1
Mimic war between tlp tltparmy army an1 an1navy an1nnvy an I Inavy
navy Is under way General Ctmffeo Ctmffeoarrived Chatrllilarrived I Iarrived
arrived at Portland Mo Sunday SundayHawaii SundayHawaii 1nday 1ndayHawaII
Hawaii will float 12000000 bondi bondiauthorized bond1lIuthorlzod I
authorized by Its legislature legislatureKing leglalloturoI
King I Ki < hig Edwar In court cOl1r circular circularpars circularpays circularpars
pars tribute to tho late marquis of o r
Salisbury SalisburyTurkey SalisburyTurko SalisburyTurkey
Turkey Turko yields to tho demands cf c f
Russia and the Russian squadron hai hll S
been withdrawn from Ir Q1 Turkish woten wotenTho wnteriTho wteriThe
Tho result of tho Humbert trial na I
in Franco has caused a feeling of re I I11sf ¬
lief among tho lower classes who fear feared toarcd foameel ¬
ed there would bo a verdict of ac acqulttal acqulUpl ncqtIitti
qulttal qulttalGovernor qulUplGovernor qtIittiGovernor
Governor Terrell of Georgia Ge rgla ro I
fused to respite Robert Cawthorno Cawthornowho I Iwho
who Is to bo hanged for poisoning It
J Tucker TuckerFourteen TucleorPollrtoen TuckerFourteen
Fourteen arrests were made In i a
Macon Ga Friday Frida under the new Cal Calvin Calvln I Ivia ¬
via vagrancy law Tho crusade will wll1l1o wll1l1ocontinued bo bocontinued b 0 0continued
continued continuedTho continuedTho
Tho regimental contest In tho tb 0
Georgia stato shoot was decided Fri I ¬
day tho trophy going to tho Savannah Ii
Volunteer Guards GuardsNear OuardaN03r GuardsNoar
Near Midland l Ga Friday Frl ay Isaac Isea
Cunningham shot and killed Idll d P 1 J 1
Wright over a dispute about working
hands on tho public road Tho men menwero menwero mnc mncwere
wero near nearnolghbors nearnolghborsf neighbors neighborsEl neighborsPaso
El f 1 Paso Tex has boon visited by b y
an unusual number of fires and tho thooperations thooporatlons tb 0 0operations
operations of firebugs arc suspected suspectedTho
Tho Negro Business Mens Mcmt League Leagueclosed IcBguoclosed e eclosed
closed Its session nt Nashville Tuna
Friday Booker Washington was xc xcelected rcelocted it itelected
elected president presidentIn
In Barbour county Ala the opera I ¬
Uons of whitecaps havo demoralized d
labor to such an extent that the goy goyornor goyornor O Oornor
ornor has beon called upon for aid aidSecretary aidSocrotary aidSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson ii
hopes to Interest t tllo ho negroes of the thesouth tim 0 0south I Isouth
south In silk agriculture agricultureArrangements agricultureArrAngemnts
Arrangements Havo boon practical I I ¬
ly perfected by Greater Georgia Asso Association sic a30clatlon I Ielation ¬
elation for advertising ho state In tho tb 0
Governor and comptroller of Coot Georgia Oeorgll Cootgift ¬
gift cannot announce tax rate because becausearbitration bccnusoarllltratlon 0 0arbitration
arbitration boards for franchises fall fal Li
to mako roports reportsOfficers roportsOlllcors roportsOfl1cor
Officers nt Albany anti Amorlctis AmerlcU3GR I IGa
Ga are making arrests of vagrants un under under ¬
der tho now no law Jallat Albany Is Isfilling Islllng I Ifilling
filling with them and Judge Crist at atAmorlctrti ntAmorlcu a aAmorIcu
Amorlctrti sent twenty vagrants in inbunch n npunch nunch
punch to tho chnln chalngnng chalngnngBy nnr nnrDy
By thq explosion of a steam con condonser condenser ¬
denser at A sawmill at Browton Ala Alatwo Alatwo Alatwo
two men lost their lives livesFifty livesFifty livesFifty
Fifty persons wore poisoned by
tho eating of Ice cream at Roanoko RoanokoRapids RoanoltoRapids RoanokoRapids
Rapids N C Ono man Is dead and andothers anllothcrs andothers
others are critically ill 111Governor 11Goernor illGovernor
Governor Jolks of Alabama sign signed slguod signed ¬
ed requisition pipers from Illinois for forW forW forsv
W J Lytle of Montgomery who Is Iswanted Iswanted iswanted
wanted In Chicago on charge of as assault astaull asmulL ¬
sault with Intent to murder murderD
D M Smith present assistant assistantagent nsslstnntabont assistantagent
agent has been elected by tho thobook thoboolt thebook
book committee of UIQ Methodist Methodistchurch Mothodlstchurch Methodistchurch
church agent for tho publishing house housevlco housevlco housevice
vlco Dr R J BIgham who ho recently recentlyresigned recontlyresigned recentlyresigned
resigned
Stato Senator Sullivan Is on trial trialIn trlBIIn trialin
In Missouri accused of accepting a abribe nbrlbo abribe
bribe to Influence legislation legislationTho
Tho bookbinders In tho govern governmcnt coernment governmont
mont printing ofllco have renewed renowedtheir renewedtheir
their fight on Miller Chhrgoa Ch rg03 affect nrrectIng affectlag
Ing his personal character have been beenfiled beennted beenfiled
filed
Former Senator David B Hill Hillspoke Hilispoke Hillspoke
spoke nt Olcott Beach N Y on IMob IMobLaw Mo MoLaw loJ loJLaw
Law Incidentally ho hOBeemed seemed to tothruet tothruBt tothrust
thrust at President Pr03111 nt Roosevelt alleging I Ithat
that tho latter Is fond of tho limelight limelightIn I IIn
In an effort to capture a negro negrodesperado negrodesperado negrodesperado
desperado at Wedowco Ala two whltomen white whitemen whitemuon
men were killed kill ell and nine serloUdy
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wounded The negro used a double1 double doublobarrelell doublebarreled
barreled shotgun shotgunJudge s smoigunJudge otSlln otSllnJudgo
Judge Neal at Charlotte Nt N C CInstructs CInstructs Cinstructs
Instructs Grand jury to Indict bucket bucketshops bllc1eetahops buckotehops
shops and hose who buy bu and cell fu futures futures luurea
tures urea therein thereinMinister thereinlInlster thereinMinister
Minister Conccr at Pckln has in informed Informed informed ¬
formed tho state deportment that he hehas heh1s hehas
has secured a wrltti promise from fromPrlnco tromPrince fromPrince
Prince Ching to sign a treaty with tho thoUnited thoUnltetl theUnited
United States including a gtnrantoa gtnrantoathat gtmarant2sthat 3 3that
that two ports chall bo opened o onell In Man Manchurla Manchurla Manchuna
churla
It Is announced that Nicaragua is isplaying tf tfplalng Iaplaying
playing a walllns wnltln game in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the canal Nicaragua will wait alt for forovertures forerturcs forverturcs
overtures erturcs from tho UnltoJ States StatesWashington St1tesWashlngtop StatesWashingtop
Washington has boon Informsd Informsdthat Inform3Jthl1t inform3tthat
that tho Colombian congress has unan unanimously unonImously unnnirnously ¬
imously rejected tho ho Panama canal canaltreaty canaltroa canaltreaty
treaty troa ty
Federal Judge Jud o Hcgors at St Lou ¬
is has decided that the Western Wrot m Un Union UnIon UnIon
ion has the right to discharge dl chme met for forb forbelonging
belonging b to union and nliq nIu to black ¬
list them themPresident themresldont themresidont
President Roosevelt n osoTclt Monday re reviewed yeviewed ¬
viewed the north Atlantic squadron squadronoff
off o OraterDar Oyster Day Twentyone Twenty ne war Wllr1I1
1I1 bti Ttrt Inepictcj nepci bjr io president p tl en t
SOUTH 18 MOWING CROWINCFlattering URO WINO
Flattering Showing Is Made Madein
in Census Bulletin Figures figuresWE FiguresWE
WE LEAD OTHER SECTIONS SECTIONSRegion
Region West of tho Mississippi Is laShowing IsShowing IsShowing
Showing the Moat Rapid Strides StridesOther StrldenOthor 0trldeOther
Other Interesting Facts Con Contained ConllIed Contahied ¬
tained llIed In the Publication PublicationThe ubllcatlonThe
The census bureau at Washington Washingtonhas
has just published as a bulletin a din discussion dlscusslon ¬
cussion of tho Increase of population populationIn popu oUon oUonIn
In tho United Statos as shown by b the thocensus tbocensus thecensus
census of 1900 The principal results resultsof
of tho study of thoso flgurcs are sum summarized summarlzed summanized ¬
marized ns follows followsTho 1ollowsTho LoliowaThe
Tho Increase Incr ase In tho popuatton of ofcontinental ofcontlnentnl ofcontinental
continental United States that th t is the theUnited thQUnited timeUnited
United States exclusive of Alaska and andtho Indtho pndthe
tho recent Insular accessions was
13046861 or 207 per cent centOnly centOnly centOnly
Only one country Argentina has hasehown hnsEhoWII
shown by tho most recent figures a amore amore amore
more rapid growth growthTho growthTho growthThe
Tho present rate of growth In con continental COlitlnonta centinonta ¬
tinental United States is ostlnmtjd ISotlnlRtltas ostlnmtjdns ostirnataddouble
ns double the average rate of Europe EuropeIn
In tho decade 1890 to 1900 for the thefirst thoIIrst thefirst
first tlmo In our national history tho thosouthorn thosouthorn thesouthern
southorn states Increased faster than thantho thanthe titanthe
the northern East of the Mississippi Mississippihowever 1II1sslslpplhowover Missisaippihowover
howover tho northern states as a agroup ngroup agroup
group havo grown In the tMlasC last ton years yearssomewhat YOURromowhnt yearssomowhat
somewhat more rapidly than tho south southorn soutbern southera ¬
era but west 03t of that river the southern southernstates southernstlltes southernstates
states havo increased almost two and andonehalf nndonehalf andonehalt
onehalf times as rapidly as the north northern norlnorn norumera ¬
era and It Is this fact which makes makestho makestho makesthe
tho growth of tho south ns a I whole exceed exceecl ex oxcued ¬
cued that of tho north northThe northThe northThe
The region west of tho Mississippi Mississippiriver Mlsslsalp1rlyer Mississipinlyer
river is still Increasing faster fa ter thin thinthat th111IhatO lintthat
that IhatO east Bt of It The rates of Increase IncreaseIn i
In the north and south during the last lasttwonty Insttwonty lasttwenty I
twonty years ears wero practically thq thqsame thQanmo th thsame
same But In the character of this thisgrowth thisgrowth thingrowth
growth tho two regions differ widely widelythere wldolylhero widelyhero
there being a relatively uniform growth growthover growthover growthover
over tho whole south outheIlUllllzed equalized by a abalnnco I Ibalanco abalance
balance In tho north between b tween a lower lowerrale lowerrato lowerrate
rate of rural growth and a high rate ratoof rateof rateof
of rural growth and a 1 higher rate of ofurban aturban oturban
urban growth growthTho growthTho growthTime
Tho most noteworthy not worthy result of tho thoonttro thoontlro theentire
entire discussion it Is Isstn1eil stated is tho thocumulative thocumulatlvo tbocumulative
cumulative evidence of tho rapid ap approach appronch appreach ¬
preach to equality In tho rates of in increase Increaso Increase ¬
crease of various parts of tho United UnitedStates UnitedStales UnitedStates
States This appears whether north northbe northbe
be compared with south cast with withwest wltbwest withwest
west or city with country countryGORDONS c countryGORt3ONS untryGORDONS
GORDONS MESSAGE TO BLACK BLACKConfederate BLACKConfederate BLACKConfederate
Confederate General Congratulates CongratulatesFederal ConDratulatosFcdoral CongratulatesFederal
Federal General Gcner 1 on Election ElectionCommander ElectonCommandor ElectionContmandor
Commander In Chief Black lack after aftertho aftertho afterlie
tho adjournment of tho Grand Army Armyof
of the th Republic encampment at Sin SinFrancisco BlnPrnndsco Sanrnncisco
Francisco received tho following tele telegram tol tolgram teiograin ¬
gram from General John B Gordon Gordoncommander OordoncOlllmnnder Gordoncommander
commander in chief of the United Con Confederate Confedernte Confederate ¬
federate Veterans VeteransMy
My hearty congratulations to you younnd youaM youand
and tho country Your election as assures assures assurea ¬
sures unanimous and Increased good goodwill goodwill goodwill
will and closest amity amityGeneral amityOeneral amityGeneral
General Black responded as follows followsTho followsTho followsThe
Tho encampment having adjourned adjournedI
I have III vo submitted your message to the thocouncil thecouncil timecouncil
council of administration and I am amdirected nmdlreeted nundirected
directed by them to acknowledge It Itnnd Itnnd Itand
nnd say as do I that thoy fully recip reciprocate reclprocl1lo reciprocato ¬
rocate its fraternal and bcncflccai bcncflccaispirit bencficel18plrlt bcufefice4spirit
spirit God bless our land IBndm
m
BILL ARP UNDER KNIFE KNIFEOperation KNIFEOpe KNIFEOperation
Operation Ope otlon PCrformcd on Major Smith Smithand Smithand Smithand
and Gall Stones Found FoundA
A dispatch from Cartcrsvllle Ga Gasays G3says Ganays
says Major Charles H Smith Bill BillArp DillMp DliiArp
Arp underwent a surgical operation operationFriday opcratlI1Frldny oparatinFriday
Friday Wellgrounded speculation led ledto 10ltto ledto
to remarkable discoveries In his case casothrough CMOthrough casethrough
through an operation performed by byDr byDr byDr
Dr R J Trlppo Trlp e Dr Ralph Smith Smiththemajors Smiththomajors Smiththomajors
thomajors son made a minute Investigation Invotlsatlon Inves inve3tigation ¬
tigation which convinced him of a agrowth ngrowth agrowth
growth or obstruction about his fath fathers father fathCrs ¬
ers er liver liverIn
In tho gall bladder wero found thrio thNethousanll thuothousand thriothousand
thousand gall stones ranging in sir sirfrom s17from sirfront
from that of a mustard seed to that of nta ofn ofa
a marble the great reat obstructive mats matsbeing mai8being mainbeing
being enough to nil tho double hands
PASSENGER COACH H SUNDERED SUNDEREDStock SUNDEREDStock 8UNDEREStock
I I
Stock Car Crashes Into Train on onCrossing
Crossing Injuring Sixtypeople Slxty SlxtyPcopleThirty < icoplc icoplcThlrt
Thirty Thlrt or more passengers were ee seriously eerlously eeriously ¬
riously Injured some perhaps fatally fatallyby fatnllby
by a peculiar collision nt the Junction Junctionof
of tho Illinois Central and Lake Erie Eriennd Erieand Erieand
and Western railroad near Blooming Bloomington
ton 111 Monday MondayWhile
While a passenger train on tho lit litor
tcr or road was passing over tho crojs crojsIn croJhlJ cro croiuj
In hlJ a car of stock which was being beingpjshcd beingtUBhed beingpiahted
pjshcd by a switch engine brole brokejoofo broleooPo broleooso
joofo ooPo and dashed Into the side of tho thopntsenger theparnenger
patscngor train with terrific forco forcobreaking forcobreakIng forcebreaking
breaking time coach In two and Injur Injuring InJurIng injurlag ¬
ing nearly every ono of the sixty oc occupants occllilants occupants ¬
cupants cupantsSCHEDULES cllilantsSCHEDULES cupantsSCHEDULES
SCHEDULES OF BROKEN FIRM FIRMLiabilities FIRMLlabllltlell FIRMLIabilities
Liabilities and Assets of Sharp SharpBryan SharpDryan SharpBryan
Bryan Who Assigned AssignedTho
The schedules In tho assignment of ofSuarp ofS ofSharp
Sharp S arp Bryan bankers and brokerwho brokerwho broker brokerawho
who assigned on August 5 wero filed
Monday Monda In tho New York supreme supremecourt tllpreuecourt euprontecourt
court They show Liabilities 5 i iN7399j
747399 nominal assets 11253004 11253004actual 1l2GS064adu11 l12S064actual
actual assets exclusive of stocks and andbonds andbnds andbimds
bonds pledged to secure loans 379
437
FOUR FOU THOUSAND FOR DEWEY DEWEYNorth DEWEYNorh DEWEYNorth
North Carolina people Offer Dig Re Reward Reward Reward ¬
ward for Absconding Dank Cashier CashierGovernor CalhlerOovernor CashierGovernor
Governor Aycock of North Carolina Carolinaoffers C1rolln1JIer3 Carolinacffers
offers 400 reward for Tom Dewey
the absconding bank cashier of New Newberm
bern whoso whereabouts is yet ot a pro ¬
found mystery mUor GO far as any North
Carolina officials or tho bank people peoplearo
are concerned concernedThis concernedThis concernojThis
This brings tho aggregate reward Jp
to 4400 and tho governor and Id other otberofficials olheromcll otheromciale
officials think tink this ought oUllt certainly to tofCurt toecure
fCurt ecure tb b apf apprj tU2D p PQITeY 1er
HUMBERTS CONVICTED CONVICTEDMost
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Most Sensational and Greatest Gratest Swin Swindling OwindUng ¬
dUng dlng Trial In Paris Conies Core to toClose toClolo toClose
Close with Verdictcf rlct c Guilty QulltyOno Guit GuitDna GuiltyOno
Ono of the greatest criminal trials trialsIn trialstho
I In i iI n tho history of Franco Fanco culminated nt ntParis ntParis atPania
I Paris it Saturday night when the jury In Intho 10tho inho
tho t court of assizes Isslies rendered a ver verdict verIck ¬
I dict d Ick of guilty 8uly against Thoroso and nadFrederic Bf BfFrederic andFrederic
Frederic Humber and Remain aud audEmllo audEmlo andEmilo
Emllo Emlo dAurlgnac dAurlgnacAfter dAurlgnaoAfer dAunlgnacAfter
After Afer a brief dellberntlpn delberatlpn the court courtsentenced courtson courtsentenced
sentenced son ten co Therese and Frederic Hum Humbert Humbert humbert ¬
bert each to five 10 years and to pay a aflno alno aduo
duo lno of 100 francs Emllo Emlo dAurlgnac dAlrlgnlc to tothree tothreo tohree
three t years and Remain dAurlgnac to totwtf totW touvcr
twtf tW t uvcr < years yearsTho yenrsTho yearsThe
Tho verdict was reached after ho theury < hoJury houry
Jury j ury had been out four and a half halfhours h1 hiltours
hours h ours When tho verdict was pro pronounced pro pronOmmflCOI ¬
nounced nouncol Thereto nnd Frederic I ederlc Hum Humbert Humbort Humbert ¬
bert weeping embraced each other otherThcreso otherThereo otherThereso
Thcreso Humbert seemed to bo bohopeful bobopef behopeful
hopeful bopef until tho last maintaining that thnttho thttho thatho
tho jury was certain to bring In a ver verdict verdlct verdiet ¬
diet of acquittal aClulttal Even after nrer condom condemnation conllemnnton condomnation ¬
nnton nation her emotion emoton was only moment momentary momentany ¬
ary session Sho soon resumed her sclfpos sclfposBosslnn selpJa selpJasession selfpaHOsRlnn
Turning to tho military mlllnry guard sho shoIndicated shoJndlcatad shoadicated
Indicated j her readiness to go back to tothe tothe tothe
the cells cels of tho Conclorgcrlc Concorgerlc prison prisonTho prisonTho prisonThe
Tho sentences came as tho culmluntlQn culmiuatiQn culmi culmination ¬
nation of a day of sensational sonsttlonallntere1t sonsttlonallntere1tThe intcrcit intcrcitThe intereitThe
The chief event preceding tho verdict verdictwas ordlclwas
was tho dramatic revelations which whichThcrcEo whichThereso whichThereso
Thereso Humbert had so long prom promised promIscJ prommcd ¬
ised in 11 which sho brought forward forwardtho
tho mysterious my tenious name of Regnier us usthe lS lStho usthe
the real reICrawtord Crawford Tho court and nn spec spectators spectatora specatom ¬
tators atom listened lstened to the recital with wih an anamazement a aamnementamountng anamazement
amazement amnementamountng amounting to stupcfactUn stupcfactUnAlthough stlpefactbn stlpefactbnAlhough stupcfactisnAlthough
Although Alhough Thcreso did not Indicate Indicatewhence IndIcatewbence indicatewlienco
whence wbence Rcgnlers millions milons came It Itwas I itwas
was WIS apparently apparonty part PJt of her hol plan to tocreate tocroato tocroato
croato tho Impression that Regnlerhad Regnlerhadreceived Regnier had hndreeehed hadreceived
received a vast sum for f i Inducing InduCng Mar Marshal MarIhBI Marba1 ¬
shal IhBI Dnrilno Dtz1lno to surrender lurrendcr Motz The Theinconclusive Theinconclusive rhoInconclusho
inconclusive character of tho revela revelations eelatlons orelaions ¬
ions was shown by tho fact that tho thocourt thocourt thecourt
court did tld not take tho slightest slghtest judi judicial judicial ¬
cial cognizance cogniznce of them and Imme Immediately immnediately ¬
diately submitted slbmltte tho case to tho jury juryTho JuryTho juryTim
Tho Jury likewise IIewlso treated tho roveii roveiitlon rOVeltlon rovelition
tlon as n subterfuge subterfugeMOTORMAN subtertueMOTORMAN subterfugeFVIOTORMAN
MOTORMAN SHOOTS PHYSICIAN PHYSICIANIn
In Seeking to Employ tmploy Mrs Potts PottsThedford Pols PolsThedford PottsThedford
Thedford Ran Afoul Aoul of Husband HusbandAt
At Rome Ga Saturday night J JPots 0 DPotts 0Potts
Potts Pots n 1 well wol known young motorman motormarion motorml1l
on tho City CI Electric Eectric railway shot and andvery an1very nailvery
very probably fatally fataly wounded Dr DrM DrMA M MA MA
A Thedford Thedord who Is tho manufactur manufacturer manlfncturer
er of n 1 a1 well wol known liver modlclno modlclnoThedford medlclnThedford medicinThcdford
Thedford was peeking to employ Mra MraPotts MraPots MraPotts
Potts Pots In his laboratory Before her hermarriage hermnrrlngo homarriage
marriage Mrs Potts Potswas was ut In tho em employ el ensploy ¬
ploy of Thedford and between that thattime thattime thatinto
time and an this Thodford Thodord Is alleged o ohavo 0hnvo ohare
hare circulated crculated damaging reports con concerning co coeerulng conconning ¬
conning her herThis herThis herThis
This Thedford Thedord denies but evidently evidentlythis
this did not satisfy satsy Potts who DC DCcamo becnmo necame
came very vcr much enraged enrage when no noheard Mhonrd nohoard
heard that Thedford hedord was seeking to toemploy toemploy toemploy
employ his wife wlo and when bo nnd nndThodford nnftThodford amid amidThodford
Thodford met Saturday afternoon a afierce anorco afierce
fierce fist fight lght occurred occurredThis occurredThis occurredThin
This was thought to tobo be the end if iftho f ftho fthe
tho matter until unti thoy met again Sat Saturday iJaturdny al alurln ¬
urln urday night 1lght when Potts whipped out outbis Olt Olts outbus
bus s gun and shot Thedford Several Severalshots Boveralshots Severalshots
shots woro fired ono taking tklng effect erect In Intho n ntho nthe
tho thigh and ono In tho abdomen abdomenTho abdnmenTho abdomeitThe
Tho shooting shootng created Intense ex excitement 31cUement axcitemnent ¬
citement In tho city elt Potts Is a young younsman youngman oungman
man of excellent oxcelent reputation repltntlon and has hasalways hasolways ha haalways
always enjoyed tho confidence of the thocitizens theCItzens thecitizens
citizens CItzens of Rome Thedford Thedord Is quite quitewealthy qulo qulowealhy quiteweathy
conceit conceited ¬
wealthy wealhy Ho 10 Is prominently
od and has ho taken talln quite qlio an active inter interest interost interoat ¬
est la local politics of late
A very sensational sensatolal feature of tftlsstory
story a detail detai which cannot bo vert vertfled vertfed
fled fed is that Thedford hedford In alleged aleged to tohavo tohavo tohave
havo called at Potts house in dls dlsgiilco dlsgllso disguise
guise gllso It I is I stated that ho tied his hislong hislong hislong
long flowing beard behind his ears earsand carRanll eamaand
and blacked his face like Iko a negro Just Justwhy Justwhy Justwhy
why this was done Is not known but butthere butthero butthere
there Is a persistent rumor abroal abroadthat abroalthat abroalthat
that such Is a fact Tho entire affair affairis arlr arlrIs
is rather mysterious mysteriousCONVICTED mysteriousCONVICTED mysteriousCONVICTED
CONVICTED OF SOLICITING BRIBE BRIBEState DRIDEStalo BRIBEState
State Senator Sullivan Sullvan of Missouri MissouriSentenced Ml8ourl Ml8ourlsentenced MissouriSentenced
Sentenced to Pay a Fine FineAt FinoAt FineAt
At Jefferson City Mo State Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor William Wiliam P 1 Sullivan Su1van accused of so soliciting soIcltlng soliciting ¬
liciting Icltlng a bribe for three votes vote on tho thoantialum thoInt1lum limoantialumn
antialum Int1lum bill bi during tho session of oftho oftho ofthe
tho legislature legl91nlurl lost winter was found foundguilty foundguiy foundguilty
guilty guiy and his punishment fixed txed ht
UOO 100 fine flnoWANT fno fnoWANT fineWANT
y
WANT BIDS ON SCHOOL BOOKS BOOKSGeorgia BOOKSGeorgia
Georgia Commission Meets In Atlanta Atlantaand Atlant Atlantaand
and Notifies Notfes Publishing PUblshlnD Houses HousesThe HousesTho HousesThe I
The book b ok publishing houses which whichexpect whicheXpect
expect t to get In on tho contracts for foruniform foruntorm foruniform
uniform untorm textbooks text books for Georgias Georgiasschools Georgiasschools i
schools must havo their bids
and sam sample sumpe ¬ I
pIe copies of their books In tho hands handsof
of the state board of education oducaton by or
I
boforo 12 oclock noon nO on Saturday I
October 5 5This 5This 5This
This action was taken Monday by
tho state board of education educnton at a spe special specl apoclad ¬
clad cl 1 meeting In Atlanta Tho board 1 13 13composed 3 3composed
composed of tho governor tho secro secretary secrotAry secrotary ¬
tary of stato tho attorney atorney general generalstate generalstato generalBtate
state school commissioner and tho thocjmptroller thocJtptroler thoctnptrohier
cjmptroller cJtptroler general
GEN LONG3TREET IN CHICAGO CHICAGOFimous CHICAQOF1mous
Famous Confederate Fighter Figher Seeks to toHave toHave toHave
Have Old Bullet Bulet Extracted ExtractedGeneral ExtractedGeneral
General James Longstrcet is In Chi Chicago ChiI Chicgo ¬ I
Cage to have a bullet bulet flrcd by a union unionsoldier unions unionsldIcr
soldier s ldler during tho civil civi war extracted extractedafter extractld I Iafer
after afer an Xray examination Tbo Tbowhereabouts Thowhereabouts ho howhereabouts
whereabouts of tho famous confedcr confedcrj confedcrjnto
ate fighter Is being kept quietly Dr I
W A Pusoy is to perform tho opera operd operation
tlon tlonGIGANTIC tlonGIGANTIC tionGIGANTIC
GIGANTIC RAILWAY PROPOSED PROPOSEDPanAmerican PROPOSEDPonAmcrlcan PROPOSEDPnAmerican
PanAmerican PonAmcrlcan Company Capitalized Capialized at at25OO ati250000O0O
250000000 25OO Seeks S eka Incorporation IncorporationPlans Incororiton IncororitonIlans
Plans Ilans for a gigantic gigantc railroad rairoad with wih a ai atronk atrunk
trunk lino lno connecting conneclng Hudson l Day with wit j i iDlllsb IBmltlsb i
Btltlsh Dlllsb Colombia Buenos Ayes South SouthAmerica I
America Atrlca and having a not work of ofbranches ofbpnchc3 ofbancbes
branches was dlecloscd Monday when
articles lcto of Incorporation Incorprton of the Pan I
American Railroad Rairoad Company with wih wihC1plto1 a t
eipltal stock placed at 11 260000000 260000000e
were e filed tlod at Guthrie Oklahoma Oklahozs t60OOOOOQ with
t the q lesreUry e relAI pf c ho tl0 ttrrltory torHoT Wlb
CASTE CAST IN ENGLAND ENGLANDMr ENCL E NOLAN NO NOIr 0 0lit
Mr Ir Carnegie Comp Clparu Cotilparel r i It With Ita That la laTlili II inlili
Tlili 1 lili Counliy CounliyWe CoulbrWe CQUhtiyWe
We referred lately latey to Mr Carnegies Carnegiessurprising Cnrlgleasurprlalng Carnegiessurprising
surprising assertion aSlerton that 8bnkc Rhnkelllenre Siuikespe Siuikespelimlil pcnr pcnrlind
lind 111 been IIeo more to him thau hi hil his Bible BibleNow DllIllXow BIblENow
Now that wo have before btore us lS the full fulloxt ful fulltext
ext of the tle Interview in vulch hlch this sin singtilnr Sillgnlar singuinr
gtilnr statement stntcllnt was WIB mode molo We nUll flmlthat nUllthnt fluilthat
that lie e sold Home other things thnt de deservo lieservo deservo
servo to be I commended rather tlmiidcprccnicd thnuIcl titan titandepmecalCd
dcprccnicd Icl > ccntcd It I l Is 09 o he said n Rource Rourceof ROtree ROtreeof aourcof
of social niul alit Industrial weakness wenlllCss fat fotGreat fatGreat totGreat
Great Britain Dliniu that in that country the thewhole thewhole timtwhole
whole oclnl structure Is permeated permeatedwith pelmcatedwih permeatedwith
with wih the spirit of enste casteIn ensteIn
In England JlIglnul n mans place Is fixed fxcd fixeda tc tcn t tn
n very er large extent by Iy what wlat his father fatheror fnthllor
or Ids grandfather grandather was whereas In the theUnited theUnltel thi thiUnited
United Unltel States a niau lau stands staOs for him liluiself hlw8el himself
self 8el English Elgl h society Is stratified strntilell or orto ortochnllge orto
to tochnllge change time tie metaphor every eer clnn clnnhas cln elntthas f fhns
has ono above n 110 to crawl to nnd 1111 one ole be below le lelow below >
low to kick In the lie United Unied States on oothe onthe onthe
the other hand land It the plumbers son SOl it ita I iia
a stronger strolger nnd better beter man Intellect intellectually lutellecu lutellecunil
ally nil amid niornlly moraly than tho mlllloimlrci mlllloimlrcison mllonRlrel mllonRlrelaou
son he goes oil top Asked Ask < t how IK IKreconciled II ii iitccoucilCd
reconciled lecouclC this assertion oaslrlol with wih the ex exIstcnce IX IXIstellce cxistence
Istcnce of the socalled 10cnlel smart set it itNew Itew ItNew
New ew York Y ik Mr Ir Cnrncgle Clregle answered answeredthnt nmmsweiethat
that with us the smart people do noi
count We Se laugh nt them glut givithem ghlthel glutthenm
them thel nothing lolhlng to do 10 Englishmen Euglsluuel ot ottho 01tho onthe
tho oth6r hand 11111 would place such pco pcopie IICOIlle PeoPie
pie at the head llad of their Government Governmentdepartments GOer1111 GOer1111dellartmcutl Goverminmeuldepartments
departments This Wns as a stroke m mthe nltho alimo
the house of Cecil Cecl Mr lr Carnegie went wentou WCII ucnioil
ou 01 to say sn that t If In 11 England Eugln11 tIlL Idle Idlerich hli hlirIch idlerich
rich were treated l1cntel ns ni the smart slnrt set setnro 8etne setnyc
nyc treated trlntcII In II America mellclthnt mnenictttlmnt that Is to say snywith 8n 8nwllh saywith
with Indifference Indlferelce If I not contempt contemptrdmpctcut couteltlt couteltltllllleteni coutenipteOmmmimetcut
rdmpctcut young oulg Englishmen 1 lglshlllell woulo woulonot wou1010t wouhnot
not 10t bo forced to emigrate to find fnd n 1 ct ctrccr cnrcer career
rccr He le Inclined to think thnt so fat fatns falIS fatas
ns IS the Engllftusprnklug I lgUslspraklu world orl It Is eon eonceruod Cal commcorned
corned England Engln111 would always retain retainthe Ietntutbe retaintime
the supremacy slllelnc in the realm 1calm of lltcrn lltcrnttivc Itlrn Itlrntl1e litorntine
tine tl1e and art We are by no meant meantcertain lenn lenncertl1ll mmmeanmcertain
certain certl1ll however hoee1 that this will wi be tit titcase tl tbtcne
case BecauSe DCellfe Shakespeare and Ml Mlton Milton 11 11ton
ton belonged lelolJel1 to England EIIlnllt It does dols no nofollow nol noltolow notfollow
follow tolow that tho great writers wllers painter paintersculptors palnterpsculptors vainterssculptors
sculptors and musicians muslcnns of n hundred hundredyears hlndrrd hlndrrdenls inmudredyears
years enls hence will wi be Englishmen ElglsII cu ID IDscience 108clrnc Iiiscience
science nt nil al events It I seems seels proba probable IIebnhIe itrobaliie
ble that the United Unied States Sintel will 1 tnk tnkthe tnklthe takthe
the lend Ilnd Mr rr Carnegie Cnneslc himself nt ntMr 01Ir amMr
Mr Ir John D Rockefeller HoeketellI are doll dollmuch dohmuch doimmmmticlm
much to assure alAure us scientific IlllItllc nfccnd nfccndiincy nlll nlllInc ascontiumicy
iincy Inc by I tlick1 tleh munificent 1lnllctlIt endowment endowmentof QllloWlcnl
of research Let us suppose HIIIPOSO thnt dur during durolit dim dimlug ¬
lug lit the tie lost nineteen nlnetclu centuries eentulrH n thl thlot tlllu tllluof titheof
of the money 10nlJ that line been devoted deote te tcreligion telellulol terelIgion
religion lellulol has bls been Ieeu devoted to science scleucewlmt sceuct sciencewhat
what conquests might IIht science sccuco not nothavo 101 101bae hothave
have mode Ilt imideIlnrpers Ilnrners lnlllels Weekly Weeklyriiluro Wcckly1lllro WeeklyFilturo
riiluro 1lllro FilturoProfessor Aincrlmtii AincrlmtiiProfessor AlcrlfRn AlcrlfRnProCrsaot
Professor Franklin lrallklln II I Glddliig o oColumbia 01 01CQl11h11 oiColummmtiia
Columbia CQl11h11 University Unlerfly takes tal 1 a I hopuful hopufulview hoplfll hoplfllIew liopetniiiew
view of the future utue of the Aincrlcuu Aincrlcuupeople AIHllnu AmnemicituIteoPie
people 110111 III the tii International luternntolll Quarterly QuarterlyNotwithstanding QunrterlrotwlhstnldllJ QuarterlyNOtWitlmstflLiiitmg
Notwithstanding rotwlhstnldllJ the tremendous trelendOIK 1m 1mmigration lu luIlgrltol irnimminmitioii
migration Ilgrltol of diverse races he think tlilnktIt thinkIt
It Is dcinonstrntcd delor shntedh by the census re returns ICtU111 retunis ¬
turns tU111 that tholthe lie American llclnl type will wi re remain remnll tommlii
main mnll rspvutlnlfy r8 eltnlh English EnglishAt l uglsh uglshAt
At present there Is a good deal lenl ol olheterogeneity 01leteroglnelr oilmetetogemlCit
heterogeneity leteroglnelr Avhleh Is unfavorable uufnomlJe U Uliberty teIbel Kliberty
liberty Ibel amid nllt democracy de I ocrlc and Dli favorable fnvornbUto rl ornhll ornhllto
to boss rule Iult to despotism Ilespotsl nnd to lui luipcrliillKin JwlerlnllHI lwfcninliKmn
pcrliillKin lerlnllHI Hut nit ni this tlmi will wi be over overconie 01ome overou1e
conie by I the American Amellenn spirit Coma Convpetite COl Comatictite
petite It ltl ns IS they tll > arc In bloiAl bl 0 4 various nlolS in inthey 01Ih atthey
they Ih are ne III mentnl lentlllunlltts qualities IntercMed IntercMedis
is 31 they Ill me nlC ns Islndhldunls Individuals ns lS lota lotajroup 101a 101a1OIII iocavoimp
jroup 1OIII amid 011 even as asUIeat great gcogrnphlcii1 gcogrnphlcii1sections geogrnphicmiucetlatis
sections cctous In tbo tlm most 10st varied 111 puimilt puimiltbcllpfs IJHul littntiittchiata
bcllpfs nnd nlll purposes 1lIJOSlB the American Americanneople Ale1llnl Anierienupeople
people 101111 from Cr01 noun whatsoever nationalities nationalitiesJoficcndcd nltlonllltl untloimalitiesierceimdeil
Joficcndcd jl lelll1d mid lud of whatsoever confes confeslion confesSIOI eommrestion
lion SIOI are men m n nnd women who have havebeen hnlcbeNI havebeemi
been Inspired lu plled by I the great Ideals Ilenls that thatonld tbalollll thatotmhil
onld ollll create ami aldlould mould n nation nationDiffering latlol nationDiffering
Differing Drellll ns a they I I l may 113 In nil ni other otherrcbnecto othereslectf othercspectn
rcbnecto eslectf they nrc alike nllte In thin thil that thather tlnt tlntthey tinttImer
her have bcu chosen selected from rein
the nations of tho cnrth rn1h by h their re reiponslvciicss reI reiponsivences
I iponslvciicss IPonhclc8S beyond lerond the I responsive responsiveness
i ares of their tlell kindred 1lldred to the Ideals Ilenls of offrrcdom of1cedom oftriu1
frrcdom frrcdomI 1cedom
I And AII It I Is this thu American spirit Hint Hintivlll tbatI thatIil
ivlll I Iil overcome oerCOIH nil 11 elements elclentR of unrest unrest3f Ilrlsl Ilrlslt
3f t ignorance Igllorluce and of corruption coruptonthe coruptonthephl corruptiontue corruptiontuemiminit tlio tliospirit
spirit phl which will wi enlighten elllghtcn and con convert COl couvent ¬
vent llrt the most unpromising ulllrOllsll foreign foreignborn torelJI foreigimbent
born bol citizen el Izcu who now votes In ignor ignornice Iltor IltorWee Ignormmmcc
nice but hit who will 1 ouo day dn vote ote In Inivlsdom II iiimvidommi
ivlsdom wi
lo 1 v vA
A Tcltfrnplilc Tercrphlc Xovelljr XovelljrOur Nonl oveliyOur
Our VIceCousulGeiicrnI lceCousulOmerll ico ConsuiGciternt nt Beillu Beillureports 1elll hJeiiiiirelmonts
reports Cel11ts to the State Slllo Department n new newInvention IICW111eulon flOWlmmventlomi
111eulon Invention relating 11111 to rapid 1nJhl telegraphy Iclesrollhy Iclesrollhythnt
Hint Is undergoing n practical test the thefMilts tbeIufs ther1ulte
fMilts Iufs of which should 8houl receive dn dnconsideration Ihlcousllelltiou dims dimseonniderntlomm
consideration cousllelltiou In the United Unlel States StntecThe Stnt Stntfhe StatesrIme
The system I Is known knowl as the Follnk FollnkVlrng relnl PollnhVirng
Vlrng 111 rapid lolllt telegraph t le1Jh nnd 1111 tutu after n nmcful 1 mlametul
mcful nlcfll examination ElmluaIOI nl tho Polytechnic PolytechnicInstitute Poltermlc Poltermlchlltlute Polytceimmmicinstitute
Institute hlltlute nt Clmrlotteuburg Chlrloteuhurg It I wns wnsshown wnsIhown wasliowit
shown to Hip Emiror I mlmor amid 11 Empress of officrmmiy ofGermnl ofiermimnmiy
ficrmmiy about tIme middle Illdle of last InstFebruary lastPehrllnrr lastIeimrtmnry
February It I was decided lclllM nt this visit visitby visitby Islt Islth
by h the chief of the ho German postal IOltnl sys system Falem 53Stemu ¬
tem nnd 11t alit other Influential luflurtlal persona thnt thntthe linttime
the now le system tCI would be given n 1ll1ae 1rnc 1rnctlinl linacheal
heal 1111 test on 01 the line lue between Berlin Berlinnnd Derln Derlnnlhl l3ctlilmatm
nnd atm Koulgsbcrg I olhshell wjilrh Is Rome 10le 710 710kilometres jl01lolelcl 7Wkiiotmtetic
kilometres 1lolelcl Hn H7 miles mlcs long The rc rcIlll restilts
suits Illl obtained ohtllllcd wllli lh th time new le system are nreconsidered n1l arecommsldere1
considered most satisfactory as It has 1msbeen hasheeu linebeen
1018htl1It
st tneor la I
been demonstrated 1llollslmtel that t 40000 400 words wordsPCI wordper iuontlilid
per hour can he transmitted 101111111 under Inder the themost the10st timemost
most 10st varying alluJ couditloiis rOi coudi 11 10m tlomi The he illume Impeilnl hU hUIlnl illumemini
mini Ilnl telegraph service Ims IUII lmtt decided lecllhll to toIntroduce tolutroll11ce toimitrotluce
Introduce the system systc1 oa 0 the busy line linobctwctJn 110 110belc linebetweimi
bctwctJn belc
ulc111 Hcilln amid alI1rnnkrort Frankfort
A Clever Womnn WomnnPatty WuuutnPatty omnn omnnrt
Patty rt Lyle 1ylo Collins Colll n I Southern HOlther won wonnu iVOiimu 11
nu ni Is l said fnll to be the best chirograph chirographleal cllrosr1Jh cllrosr1JhIcnl
leal expert In the world 0111 She Is I cm cmployed emIIloclt CUtltlOYetl
ployed by 1 the postofUcc department tlenrtlent at ati otI ittVashminglou
I i Washington where she sIl deciphers some someof Olle Olleor OtUCof
of the addresses IdlleHes of letters leters that would wouldi woulditlierwise oull
I i otherwise not 10t reach 1lall their drstlimtlor drstlimtlorI Ilsthalol IlsthalolOut
I Out of every oer 400000 4000 letters leters received receivedi rlcelvctl rlcelvctlI
i dend den II every ever ycnr m the system ISI1 of de delivery cle1rcryb 1elivcry ¬
livery 1rcryb by her h r has Ins been brel so perfect thnt tlnt tbnttime
the mnjoilty UIOJOtI of tlicti tht reach their des dcstlnntlon desIln tIcstiimatiomi
tlnntlon Iln tlln lu mi ni astonishingly J nhort nhorttime shorttitiie
time tlll nud nut this thii she docs without lhout break breaklug
lug the scaly ij 1 her record lCord recant year enr sho shosupplied shoIUIJIJled shoupmiied
IUIJIJled supplied them on 01 eightyseven elrbtrsl per pr cent centof clnt clntof ecu ecuof
of the lie cases nse n tact tllt which hlrh in Itself Iselt be bespeaks beIIJIks besPeaks ¬
speaks the enormous elormOUH work this tl clever cleverwomnn de deolnn devetvomnhuml
womnn olnn docs tIny by day < Chicago ChicagoRccordllcrnld Chlno ChlnoUecordlernh1 Chica0ItCcordhIctld
Rccordllcrnld RccordllcrnldA Uecordlernh1 Uecordlernh1A
A 1 Nnpottontc Nnfohollc Echo EchoA E o oA
A Paris dispatch states stltes Antoinette AntoinetteChiirller Alolnpe AlolnpeChnl AnobnPttoChanter
Chanter Chnl r who wlo during the Second Em Empire Emllh Flitpine ¬
pine llh was lS famous anions for her beauty bCIt beaul nnd nndpopnlnrly aul aul1IJlnrl nut1Popularly
Popularly known klo ns The 1he Ko IOc 1oie < e hi hicommitted h hr hrcommitted J Jclllted
committed clllted suicide sulclle In a miserable lisrllc hovel hovelJu 10cl 10cliu
Ju tho Hue SalntoFoy by 11 meatu ne of ofcharcoal ofhnrcal ofcharcoal
charcoal hnrcal fumes rumci Her le dog 110 cnt et antI nndbirds a011birds antIlirds
birds died Ilel with ih her er In the th room rreiv rreivdiscovered Tel wemtdiscovered
discovered Ilsofered letters Ict r8 from eevetil czn cznncnt cu C Cflout
flout politicians llllcnns and ncftderukfnus nClttemlnlf now nowgud no nonnl iiOtYtina
gud nndcuo nnl tina OIQ turn tro Napoleon III Jl

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