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William Magelsson at t Beirut BeirutSyria BeirutSyria
1 1 Syria Assassinated AssassinatedPRESIDENT AssassinatedI AssassinatedPRESIDENT Assassinated1hI
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i PRESIDENT IS ADVISED ADVISEDEuropean ADVISEDEur
European Eur pean Squadron Under Command Commandof
N1 of Rear Admiral Cotton Is Or Ordered OrI ¬
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4Mt r f Reparation from Turkey X XTbo
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Tim stato department received a ca cablegram cablogram ¬
i T blegram from Minister Lclschman Lclschmanat
l jj at Constantinople announcing that thatIVIIllam thatWilliam
I William 0 Magolsson United States Statesvlco Slatesvlco
i I vlco consul at Beirut erul Syria was nv nvsasslnated So SoBuslnated
L sasslnated whllo riding In a carriage carriageTho
1 Tho American minister Immediately l nmedlat21yr
Jirtf n r tight tJ ht the ho crime to tho attention of otthe
Ii 0 the government and demanded action actionby actt acttby lctl1t
I t by Turkey TurkeyActing
Acting Secretary LoomIs cabled cabledMinister cabledy
I y Minister Lelshchman Instructing him himto himto himI
I fi to demand tho Immediate arrest and andpunishment andJJunlshment
punishment of tho persons guilty of oftho oftho ofS
S 4 tho murder No demand for money in indemnity Indomnlty indomnity ¬
demnity for tho mans family has yet yetbeen et etbeOn eLbeou
V been made hut that probably wii lot tollow 101Jow
low Mngolsson was a native Ameri American ¬
S SSt can and an was wa appointed from Minne Minnesota lUnno601n ¬
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St Iagolllllon who Is a Scandinavian Scandinavianappointed ScandinavianWas
Was appointed vlco consul at Dclntt DclnttSeptember DclrILSoptember
i September 20 1699 169 by Consul Gabriel GabrielBio OabrlolDlo GabrielS
S Bio Rayndal who In i of the same na nationality Mtlonallty ¬
5 5St St tionality At tho thqttmo limo ot his appoint appointment appointmenl appointS ¬
S ment ne n vlco vi co consul ho h J wan a aS consu ¬ S
S lar clerk In Turkey Mngolsacn was wasappointed wasI1ppolnted
5 5 appointed ltpp lntcd on the recommendation of ofSenator IfSonalor l
j 5 Senator Nelson of Minnesota who whosajti whoJla1l whoS
S E sajti ho Q was wa tho son on of a prominent prominentlAiLtheran prominentLuLthcran prominentI
I lAiLtheran mlnlstor Ito was wasborn born at atBratsburg atL
L Bratsburg Freeborn county Minne Minnesota Mlnno8QIn M1nnoBQIJI ¬
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S Minister Lelschmans cablegram cablegrametntod cablegramslatod
I etntod that the assassination occurred occurredSunday occurretlSunday
I Sunday und y tbo minister being Informed Informedof
of the crime by Consul C nllul Rayndal The Tboconsul Tl10consul Theconsul
consul stated that tho murderer was wasnot WI1Sbot wa
5 not seen seonancl and is not known knownTho knowntrho knownrho
Tho announcement of tho nssassh nssasshatlon Bssassllatlon aaasslntton
atlon of tbo ho American vlco consul fol following followIng tolS
S lowing so closoly upon tho asiasslna asiasslnatlon aS8 slna slnatlon
2 tlon of a Russian consul In Turkey Turkeycreated Turhoycreated TurkojS P
S created strong comment In official cir circles chcles ¬
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i cles and tho suggestion was made that thatsuch Ihotuuch thaiI
I such frequent assassinations Indicate Indicatea
a very disturbed condition of affairs affairsIn I
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In tho Turkish dominion Minister MinisterLolschman IlInlsterLelschman MIntntoiSF
SF ft Lolschman gave no partlculara of thc Ihoassassination thcflBsaeslnation JIOI
assassination I and tho stato depart departmcnt dopartment deportI
I meat has ha no Information as to tho thocauso thocauso th I Icanap
if causo of tho murder murderBeirut murderDolrut murderl
l Beirut is n city on tho eastern easternBhoro ooslornuhoro oastonLshore
shore of the Modlttorrnncnn sea and Is Isa Isa I a
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5 a placo of considerable comnrorcml comnrorcmlImportance comnrorcllImportanco l lImportance
Importance ImportanceSquadron ImportancoSquadron Importancet
t S Squadron Ordered to Beirut BeirutPresident DelrutFrealdent
I President Roosevelt Thursday l lsued II IIBued IiS
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S 1 sued orders that tho American Euto Eutopoan Eutopenn I Ipoan
poan squadron under command of ofnear utRoar o t t1i
1i near Admiral Cotton should proceed proceedat vroco I
1 at onto on co to Hclrtlt elr l In order to bo In Inroadlricss Inreadhless Ii IiI
I ti roadlricss to support any demand that thattho thattho ha haSSi
SSi i S 55 tho United States may make on ac account DCcount ¬
k count of tho assassination assassinationThe
5 The president Is In closo
communi communication communIcation I IS ¬
S I cation with tho department a Wash Washington WashIngton I Il ¬
l ington and will bo kept I < opt fully advised advisedof LI
r of tho details dot ails of tho Incident as they theyaro thoyaro the y yS
S 1 aro ascertained ascertainedIn
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In tho absence of definite Informa Information InrarmlUon ¬
1 S Hon concerning tho assassination a of oftbo ofth o f fS
S 4 e tbo th vice consul tho president will vll Inko Inkono takono tak
no decided action beyond that already P Ptaken
taken In ordering tho European squad squadron ¬
I ron to Beirut Until tho circum circumstances circumatRnces cinemac ¬
c l stances of tho murder are known oft oflldaily 0111dollr oftclalJy
daily and precisely Ufa United States Statesit StateS
S it j Is snld will not nollako tako any drastic ac action ilCUon c cion ¬
tion ion A demand that ankers from tho thoUnited thoUnit lit litVnhtod
Unit United ad States bo arfordcd protection protectionfor
S for theIr lives and proPQrty will bo botnado bomodo I
11 made and tho Turkish government governmentwjjl
jt I wjjl wj bo hold responsible for the assas assaselndilon OIlSRSIIln
elndilon IIln Uon ot Vico Consul Magolsscn Magolsscnwhatever Magolssellbatover Magolsseui1f
1f T whatever may bo tho circumstances of oftho ciJ Iftho
S tho caso caseA casoA casoS
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S A dispatch from 8t Paul Mba Minneays Mlnnsays
i says William Magolsscn vlco vi co consul canaul con coneI conesub ¬
I sub at Beirut Syria who ho was assas assassinated aBBnaslnatell ¬
I k sinated Sunday Is a young man mant and anda nd ndu
i S a law u pa partner I r of Contful Ilayndal who
S ui jHjuuiu > vico consul consulIlayndal Consul
Ilayndal Is t from North Dakota Ma Magdlsscn Mag MagOtesen
gdlsscn g lsson was appointed from Freeborn Frcotmrncounty Freoborncount1 Freeborncounty
county Minnesota about two years yearsBIO yearsago
BIO 1110I
S i I MORE TIME FOR CAWTHORNE CAWTHORNECondemned
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Condemned Mans Man Attorney Secures SecuresStay SecuresStay 8ecurcap
p Stay of Ekeeutlon at Last Moment MomentRobert MomentRebert
3 S Robert Cawthorno tho alleged do dostroycr doatrorer
I stroycr of two Innocent lives by pal palton p > l llon
ton was Wit to have died on the gallows gallowsat
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d ½ t at Eastman On last Vodnc8day but
by bard work ark of
5 one the counsel for or
the defendant corrected tho bill of ofCOpttnn ex exceptions I Icoptlonl ¬
ceptions and presented It to the court courtwithin COUf COUfWithin courtl
l within tho tlmo limit whereupon it itwas
was 015 certified by Judge Robert inJ an mdS
p S thus nets as a Buporstfdeas lIuper deas
Ciwthorno was wa tried and convlctod convictidS
S a few weeks ago of having hBn polsonad d
Richard Tucker the alleged al1 ged motive motiveS
S S loins affection for the latlera wlfoFUSION wHofUSION wHo wifeFUSION
S FUSION IN NEBRASKA NEBRASKADemocrat NEBRASKADcmCcr
Democrat ta1nd and
Populist once
More MoreJoin MoreJoin
Join Issues Politically Politically1ho I
Tho Nebraska democratic
S state cun convention cunvontloQ ¬
vention was called to order at Colum ¬
bus Tuesday night nightThe nightThe nightI I
I The most Important action taken by byS
S tho convention was wa a decision to pool
I 5 issues with tho populists In both tho thoatato lhostato ho
state and national campaigns campaignsOIL
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2 OIL MEN MEET MEETIndependent MEETndependant
r Independent Owners In n Qeoroa Merge
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J The Tbbndppon4ent f interests Independent rVt > at Secret cotton 0 Gathering Oatherin herlnB
seed oil
u will mUrqwnors owners of Georgia
convened In InS
S Macon Wednesday afternoon
and an ue
S rare on adjournment had beu accoj
pushed pllshednnotb another r combine was wasupon launched c1
upon the commercial 4omqrcial o m tclol sons ot HIO HIOwuth tt i
south wuthIt
II S It was with wllhthc the greatest reat lIt secrecy secrec and andCMC aolturo ao aocare I
care tho deliberations de1tbcrationsofio of otl tho o Independ ¬
ent mill owneia came together did I IS
L Ifcelrnrwk their het 1fQf o fcnd n then Yf Went cnt n 1glr 1lr Y7 Y7I I
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TRAIN BLOWN TO ATOMS ATOMSInsurgents ATOMS1urgent ATOMSiniurgant
Insurgents 1urgent In Macedonia Retort to toDastardly toDaatardly
Dastardly Plan Planot of Warfare WufaroSven WufaroSvenKilled Seven SevenKilled
Killed and Fifteen Hurt HurtAdvices HurtAdvJco HurtAdvicos
Advices from Sofia Bulgaria stato statothat itatothat ato atothat
that an eastbound express train from fromJludapcit fromlIudapQit fromludapobt
Jludapcit I for Constantinople was wasblown wasblown wasblown
blown up u near liulcall Dargns about about2lS aboutmiles
25 2 miles south of Adrlanoplo early earlyThursday carl carlThurday earlyThursday
Thursday morning killing seven per persona JJersons ¬
sons s oils and Injuring fifteen nttoonD1nlUnlto fifteenDynamite fifteenDrflinbto
Dynamite bombs were used Every Everycar EverycAr
car C M was smashed Apparently tho out outage outraga outage ¬
Cr
age r was tho Vork ork of revolutionists revolutionistswho
who w ho traveled on tho train trainTho traInTho trainThe
Tho bomb which wrecked the train trainas trainwns
wns w as thrown by a thirdclass passen passcncr
cr who was In the buffet car Only Oniywo Onl Onltwo Onlywo
two t wo cars wero destroyed Tho doid doidncludo dO1dIncludo
ncludo i two Mussulman women two twohlldron twochlldron
hlldron c and tnrco trainmen trainmenTho IralnmenTho
Tho continued absence of news from fromhe fromtha
he t Interior of Macedonia where IB 18a 18awIdespread n nwidespread
widespread Interruption of telegraph telegraphc
Ie I c communication Is causing much un unlaslncss uneasiness
easiness to Turkish h officials In Sofa Soflnand SOfiRand
and much unrest among tho public publicTho publicTho publicTho
Tho dlfllcvltlcs of getting anything anythingbut
but rumors from the Interior of Tur Turkey TurItoy Turdkey
key or any other part of tho country countryaro countryarovory
are arovory very great When a correspond correspondent
ont finally succeeds In getting through throughtbo
the difficulties havo only commenced commencedHq
Hq 1Ic Is not allowed to move movo without en enescort tnescort r I
escort which carefully prevents him himseeing himsoelng hluiseeing I II
seeing or hearing anything The cor correspondents corrospondents conrespondents
respondents who went to Monastir Monastirduring MonastirdurIng Monastliduring
during tho tr trebles Jbles earlier In tho thoyear thoyear theyear
year wero surrounded by n guard guardwhich guardwhich guar guarwhich
which under tho th guise of hospitality hospitalityand hospltalltand
and caro for their safety prevented preventedthem lrOventcdthem iurovonteJthem
them getting near tho fighting or oil oiler ader oi oien
er newsy Incidents IncIdentsIn In nhort ort practi practically prRl1t1cally prat1cally ¬
cally kept them prisoners The he tele telegraph lelograph teiograph ¬
graph wires of course aro not open opento I Ito
to correspondents except for news news sat satIsfactory satIsfactory satisfactory
Isfactory to tho Turks Letters are areopened aroopened ar aropened
opened and suppressed sup prossed If considered consideredundcslrafblo conslderodundeslrRblo 4 4undesirrblo
undcslrafblo undcslrafbloMINISTERS undeslrRbloMINISTERS undesirrbloMINISTERS
MINISTERS SCORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTProtest ROOSEVELTProtelt IiOOBEVELTProtest
Protest Against that Message of Con Condolence Condolence I Idolence ¬
dolence on Popes Death DeathTho DeathTho DeathThe
Tho Now York and Now England Englandministerial EnglandminIsterIal d dminIsterIal 1
ministerial conference of tho Evangel Evangelical I Iical ¬
ical Lutheran synod of Missouri Ohio Ohioand OhIoand o oand
and other states In n session In Utlja UtljaN UII UIIN I IN
N Y Thursday adopted resolutions resolutionssaying resolutionssaYing a asaying
saying that thatWhereas thatWheron thatWhoroaa
Whereas The letter ot tho coast constitution consUtutlon I ItuUon ¬
tution of tho United States demands a aseparation asoparatton aii i
separation of church and slate and andtho anlltho an anthe ii I
tho principles always uphold by tho thoRoman tltoRoman tim 9
Roman papacy aro diametrically op opposed opposed otposoil I 0I ¬
posed to our governmental principles principlesand
and
Whereas It Is clear that tho presi president I1resldent pres I Ident ¬
dent and other officials In sending con condolences candolences 1 1dolences ¬
dolences to the papal secretary of ofstato ofslato f ttato
stato on the death of Leo XIII paying gtheir g
their respects have taken it upon uponthemselves uponthomselvos upo fl flthemselves
themselves without any authorization authorizationof n nof n
of this country without distinction of ofconfession atconf08810n if f fconfession
confession and have thereby actually acttiai iy y
denied donl d ho governmental principles principlesfor s gfor
for which w1 lclt tbo tal others hers of our country caunti y
blod and died have abused their if ifflee oflice ci t tlIce I
lice and violated tho trust and confi confidence COIIOdonco coui fi fidonto ¬
dence reposed In them by tho people peopletherefore peoplotherefore peopbtherefore
therefore be It ItResolved ItReolved itResolved
Resolved hat wo satisfied that thatIn IhutIn th Lit Litj
In j this we wenro are voicing tbo sentiment sentimentot lit litof
of all loyal Americans do most ear earnestly carnestly on r rneatly ¬
nestly and emphatically proto protetllagainst protontagainst st stagainst
against any action taken by the presi president presldent pres i ident ¬
dent and other public officials with withreference withroforencoto ii iireforenco
reference to tho demise of tho late latepope lalopopo lot o owhereby
pope whereby they accorded ofllcMI ofllcMIrecognition omcltlrecognition ii iirecognition
recognition of tho papacy papacyCopies papacyCople8 papacyCopies
Copies of those resolutions signed signedby signedby ii iiby
by tho committee wero sent to Presi PresidentRoosevelt I Ident I ¬
dentRoosevelt dent Roosevelt and to Secretary Hay HayFOURTH lIa lIaFOURTH 1IaFOURTH
FOURTH RACE A FLUKE FLUKEDearth FLUKEDearth FLUKEDearth
Dearth of Wind Forestalls Contest De Detween Detween Between
tween Reliance and Shamrock ShamrockWith ShamrockWith ShamrockWith
With Reliance less than a third of a amile 1 1mile zmile
mile from tho finish and onl Shamrock ShamrockIII Shamr k kJII
III II hull down on the Horlron fully two twomiles twomllos tw twmiles
miles astern of the defender the thofourth thetourth thufourth
fourth race of tho present series for fortho forthe r
the Americas cup was declared off f
Thursday because of the expiration of oftho oftho o F Ftho
tho tlmo limit of five hours and thirty thirtyminutes thirtymlnutcs thIrt P Pminutes
minutes
Rich Gold Find In Mexico MexicoA
A dispatch dl patch from Oaxaca City Mex Mexico Mexlco Maxice ¬
ice says Excitement Is at fever heat heatover heatovor boatover
over tho finding of a wonderfully rich richgold richgold richgold
gold deposit at EJutla EJutlaTO EjutlaTO
TO EXTERMINATE BULGARIANS DULQARIAN3Is
Is Decree of the Unspeakable Turk TurkUtmost TurkUlmolt TurkUtmost
Utmost Limit Reached ReachedAdvices ReachedAdvlces ReachedAdvices
Advices of Wednesday from Sofia SofiaBulgaria SoO1DUlgarla SofiaBulgaria
Bulgaria state that tho Turks repres repressive reproJslvo roproaivo ¬
sive measures In Macedonia have havereached havoreoched havereached
reached tho ho utmost limits of barbar barbarism barbarIsm barbartam ¬
ism and It L Is evident that It Is tIme In Intention lutentlon Iiitentbon ¬
tention to accomplish h by degrees tho thototal thototal thetotal
total extirpation of the Bulgarian Bulgarianpopulation DlIlgarl1populotlon Bulgarianpopulation
population populationWithin populotlonWithin populationWithin
Within tho last few fowdays days twelve twokomore twelvemore
more Christian villages have been beenhanded beenhanded
handed over to fire and sword nnd the thowomen thewomen
women children and tho aged have havebeen hl1obeen haveleen
been massacred Indiscriminately IndiscriminatelyELDER
ELDER TAKEN FOR VAGRANT VAGRANTColored VAGRANTColored VAGRANTColored
Colored Preacher Bound Over Under Underthe Undorthe Underthe
the New Georgia Law LawAt LawAt LawAt
At Ocllla Oa Judge Hcnaorson Hcnaorsonbound HenCiorsonbOllnd Itenooraunbound
bound over five negroes charged with withvagrancy wlhvagrancy wthvagrancy
vagrancy under tho now no Calvin law InwAmon lawAmong
Among Amon < < them was n negro preacher preacherwho
who produced his papers showing that thato I Iio
I Idillt
10 o was a presiding elder of tho Metho Mcthodlst Methomust
must church Ho claimed that ho had hndtwentlwo hadtwentytwo
twentytwo churches under underlls Ills charge chargeCOLOMBIANS chnrgoCOLOMBIANS chargeCOLOMBIANS
COLOMBIANS TO RECONSIDER RECONSIDERSenate
Senate to Resume ConsIderation of
the Subject of Canal Treaty
Unofficial but what is considered consideredentirely consideredentirely consideredentirely
entirely reliable Information has been beenreceived beenreceIved beenreceived
received by b Dr Hcrran tho Colombian Colombiancharge COlpmblanchargo ColombIancharge
charge daffaires In Wasnlngton Wasbl gton Indi Indicating Indleating mdicutting ¬
eating an Intention on the part of tho thoColombian thoColombIan theColombian
Colombian senate to rcsulno consider consideration consideralien ¬
alien ot the subject of a Panama canal canaltreaty cann cannlrcnty canaltreaty
treaty in place of tho one disapproved disapprovedoy
b b7 oy that body on tho 12th Instant Thin Thinnow ThillIhoWI ThisBhow5
IhoWI now a decided chango In the urn of ofaffairs ofarlQlra offtOtra
affairs and the matter matt r may ma Jot bo car
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I TAFT ANDJVRIGHTNamed AND ANDWRIOHT ANDWRIOHTNamed WRIGHT WRIGHTNamed
Named for Promotion Anent AnentVacancy AnentVacancy AiiontVacancy
Vacancy in Cabinet CabinetROOT CabinetROOT
ROOT VACATES V ACA TES OFFICE OFFICEResignation I
Resignation R Was W Placed In President PresidentHand PresidentH PrcsidefltiHands
Hand H ndl August 19th 19thWill Will Noml Nomlnally Nomlnally Nominally
nally Hold However Un Untl Untli Untlt
tl tli January lit 1stA 1atI
I A spocclal dispatch from Oyster Bay Baysays Daysays
says s General Luke E Wright of ofMemphis ofMemphis ofemphis
Memphis M Tenn wlll il1 succeed Judge JudgeTaft JudgoTart
Taft T aft as governor general ot tho Phil Philippines FhllIpl1lnes Philppiucs ¬
ippines i when the latter becomes sec secretary secrOlnry sacotary ¬
retary r of war next January in succes succession succcssloll succeBtomi ¬
sion s to Elihu Hoot HootPresident RoolPresIdent BootPresident
President Roosevelt Tuesday after afternoon afternOln alteroon
noon n authorized tho Associated A oclated Press Proasto
to t o make tho announ announcement ement that tho thoport thopot thepot
pot had been offered to General GeneralWright OeneralWrl GeneralWright
Wright Wrl ht and that ho had accepted It ItUcnornl itUonornl t tUenerll
Ucnornl Wright Is now a member of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Philippines commission and andvlco andvlcosovornor vice vlcogovernor vicegovernor
governor of the Islands Ho Is l a Tito Titolong 1toIons ifOlong
long democrat democratPresident democrntPresident democratPresident
President Roosevelt spoke In terms termsof
of high pralso of General Wrights Wrightsability Wrlghlsabllll WrightsabIlity
ability and fitness for the position ot otgovernor otgonrnor ofgovrnor
governor general Ho entertains a asincere asincere asincere
sincere regard for him both person porsonI porsonl il illy ¬
ly I Mid officially Both tho president presidentand S
and anI Secretary Root regard General GeneralWright OeneralWright GeneralWright
Wright ns a man of proved executive executiveability executlvonblllty executiveability
ability his services ai r a member ct cttho cttho cttho
tho Philippines commission having havingboon havIngbean having1300TL
boon of a distinguished dl character characterDuring choractorDurIng characterDuring
During Governor Tafts sojourn In this thiscountry thIscomtry thisco1rntry
country General Wright was acting actinggovcinor nctlnggovel actinggovomnor
govcinor govel nor general genernland and his conduct of oftho oftboomcowas ofthe
the tboomcowas office was a source of congratula congratulation cangratullion ¬
lion to tho administration administrationGeneral ndmlnlstrallonI administrationGeneral
General I neral Wright Is popular not only onlywltli onlywith
with Americans In the Philippines hut butalso hutRlso hutalso S
also with tho Filipinos who hold nlm nlmonly nlmonly atmonly
only second in their estimation to toGovernor toOoernor toGovernor
Governor TaU TnltSecretary TaUSocretary TallSecretary
Secretary Root under date of Au Ausuet Augtlnt
1 suet 19 presented his resignation lor lorrnally lormaly Ionmully
rnally to tho president Tho resigna resignation roslgnatlon ro5lgnatim ¬
tim was accepted by tho president presidentwith prosidcntwith
with tho understanding that Mr Root Rootcontinue Rootcontinuo Rootcontinuo
continuo as secretary of war at loust lousttint loastunlH Ioaluntil
tint until tho first of January next nextPicsldont noxtIlosldont nextIiesident
Picsldont Roosevelt Tuesday au autholced authoraed
thorccd tho following statement statementI
Time president some months ago agolenrlrred agotendered
tendered tho secretaryship o ot war to toJutfjo toJUtUO toJutgo
Jutfjo Taft and at that time It was wasarranged WitllI1tr1l11ged wasarrunged
arranged that ho would succeed Socro Socrotary Becrotary Bocretary
tary Root Secretary Root will go out outot uutof ut utof
of office soma tlmo In January and andJudge nndJUdge andJudge
Judge Taft will assume the duties of oftho olthe
I tho office shortly shortl afterward afterwardg
I The president also authorized th thpubbcatton ho hopublication hopublication I
publication of tho correspondence be betwoon betwocn
twccn him and Secretary Root con cancorning on
corning the tatters resignation In Inhis I
his otter of resignation Mr Root says SI18ho I
saymI
ho wishes wl hes to rotlro to private life and andInlDIIs an annicks I
nicks his resignation should bo In ho hopprlsldento I Ippresidents
pprrsldenta hands before his depart departure ¬
ure for or England to attend tho sessions sessionsof sOsSionof I
of the Alaskan boundary commission commissionMr
Mr Root concludes concludesI
fIr I shall carry with mo unabated loy loyalty loyalty toyalty ¬
alty to your our administration confidence confidenceIn I Iin
In tho sound conservatism and and pair 11alrlottc I Iotic
otic unselfishness of your our policy and andondiiing I1ndondlIlng ar I
ondiiing gratitude for tho kindness kindnessand I
and consideration with which your yourfrondshlp yourrrondshlp yawlrondshlp
frondshlp has honored me moto meto mel
to l this letter tho president prosldentrepll replied repliedct d dct
ct length saying In part partIt
It is hard Indeed for or me to accept acceptyour nCc accaptyour llt lltyour
your resignation and J do so not only onlywith onlywith onlywith
with keen porsunal regret but with a alively aII ailvoly
lively II v 0 understanding of tho gap your yourwithdrawal yourwlthlrl1wal yourwithdrawal
withdrawal will create In public life lifeMy litoMy lifoMy
My sonso of personal loss Is very verygroat verygroot verygroat
groat and yot my sense of the loss to totho 10tho totime
tho nation as n whole Is oven greater greaterYou greaterYou greaterYou
You have been over four years eors secre secretory secrotary secretary ¬
tary of war I wonder If you yoursalf yoursalfrealize yours31trcallzo oursJlfroalzo
realize how much you have accom accomplished accompllshod accompushed ¬
pushed during that period periodYour pettodYour petbodYour
Your duties have included moro raorothan morotha monothai
than merely tho administration of the thedepartment thoIleplrtmont thedepartment
department and reorganisation of the thearmy thoarm theormy
army arm on an effective basin You have havealso hBvoalso havealso
also been tho head of tho donartmont
which whl h dealt with tho delicate problems problemsInvolved problemsInvolved probletisinvolved
Involved In our possession of the Phil Philippine PhilIpplno Philippiumo ¬
ippine Islands and your our success sll cess In Indoallng < tdealing n ndealing
dealing with this part of tho ho work has hasbeen h18beo1 hasbcoa
been as signal as your our eucccsa in deal dealing de31Ing deallag ¬
ing with the purely military problems problemsIN
IN THE INTEREST OF PEACE PEACENegroes PEACENegroea PEACENegroes
Negroes Want White Men Convicted Convictedof d dof
of Peonage Pardoned PardonedJudge PardonedJUIIgo PardonedJutigo
Judge Thomas Q Jones of the Uri United Unlted Urited ¬
ted States court at Montgomery Ala Alareceived Alaroc Alarec
received roc lved a petition Thursday signed signedby lgMdb
by b several hundred negroes of Cooia Cooiaand Coo Cooaand a annd
and Tallapqosa counties cOlin lies asking him himto hllnto him himto
to suspend the sontencos of George Gcorgoand Ocor Georgeand to toand
and Burancos Cosby who pleaded pleadedguilty pleadellgullly pleadedguilty
guilty to holding negroes In a condl condition condllion condllion ¬
lion of peonage peonageTho peonageIho peonageThe
The petition states that these cases caseshave caRcshao caseshave
have caused a bitter feeling between betweentho
tho two races and that tho Cosbys are aregood aregood aregood
good citizens of tho community communityCALEB communityCALED communityCALEB
CALEB POWERS ON STAND STANDDeclares STANDDeclares STANDDeclares
Declares He Had no Part In the As Assassination Assaulnatlon Assassinatlon ¬
sassination of Goebel GoebelAt
At Georgetown Ky Thursday night nightbefore nIghtbeforo nightbefore
before an audience packing tho Scott Scottcounty Scutlcounty Scultcounty
county cour house to o the doors Caleb CalebPowers CalbPottcrs CalebPoccrs
Powers on trial for tho murder of ofGocbcl ofOoebel ofGoobel
Gocbcl spoke for two hours In his hisown hiliown hisown
own defense declaring his Innocence Innocenceof
of the th charges against him and plead pleIIng ploillag pleading ¬
ing for his acquittal acquittalSHAMROCK aCQulttolSHAMROCK acquittalSHAMROCK
SHAMROCK DOES SOME DETTER
Llptona Boat Wag Beaten Only by
Close Margin In Second Race RicePot RaceFOI RaceFm
Pot the second s ond time Reliance do doteated dotoatet ioleat
teated leat > 1 Shamrock III Tuesday winning
tho raco by tho close margin of 1 min mlnuto minuto mihUto
uto and 19 seconds For mora than thanlv thonlwo thantwo
lv two > o hours tho ships were ero lost In the
baza bazaBarr hnz
bUIHarr S
Barr as usual got the start of ito to11rlllllh
IjrltlBh 11rlllllh vessel eS8 I the Reliance croasljjc croasljjctno
the starting tine Unout ut 113030 and the
Shamrock at lliul 111 with A clear s5rqn QTQfl
o ot breep br n b1QWm lQ1VI
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WILSON WI LSON ANSWERS BUTLER BUTLERInteresting BUTLERIntereltlno BUTLERnteresting
Interesting I Passage Between ExSena ExSenator
tor and Secretary of tho Agricul Agricultural Agrlcultural ArIcuitural ¬
tural Department DepartmentA
A Washington special says Former FormerSenator FormerSenator
Senator M 0 Butler Dutlerof of South BouthCaro BouthCaroI Care CareUna I
lna i In an Interview published publl hed in Now NowYork Nowork
I
York Y ork Monday Mondaymorning morning takes t tak ltes s Secretary
Yo I
of o f Agriculture Wilson to task for his
I Irecent
recent r criticism ot tho men who aro aromanipulating
I
manipulating the present corner In Incotton
cotton cottonHa cottonH c I
Ha H says that Messrs Brown and andHayno AndlIayne
Hayno h ht to whom Secretary Wilson re refers reofors ¬
fers t ens fiB gamblers have done more for forthe rorthe forhe
the t he production orcotlon of cotton In a few foftmonths tofmonths fewmonths
months than tho department of agricul agriculture aarlcult ¬
ture t ro has done do no In ten years yearsSecretary yearsecrotnry yearsSecretary
Secretary Wilson referring rof rrlng to tho thocriticism thocriticism thecriticism
criticism of Former Senator Duller Dullercold DutlersaId Butlersaid
saId coldI
I hope tho business men of whom whomhe whomhe whomho
he speaks will see to It that these theseprices theaoprlcell theseprices
prices continue until tho cotton grow growers grlVers growera ¬
ers sell sfllItho the cotton crop cropIf
If I that would bo dono I will take takeoff takeoft takeoff
off my hat to General Butler nnd say siyto 81yto sayto
to him that I regard him as a general generalpubl generalpublc generalptiblc
publ c benefactor who has been bo n able ablato
to leo further ahead into the futurq futurqthan futurQthan futurqthan
than wo poor oor fellows of the depart departrnent dopart1nent departtnent
rnent of agriculture agricultureBut I IDut
But If on the theothor other hand It should shouldoccur shoQIJoccur shouldoccur
occur that lie thoprlco price of cotton Is drop dropped dropped dropped ¬
ped when tho planter Is I ready to mar market plltrkot piarkat ¬
ket his now crop down to 7 or 8 Cjbnftf CjbnftfInstead cpnlllInlltead cns cnsInatcad
Instead of 12 or 15 15thon then of course I 1shall Iahall Ishall
shall btlll adhoro to my opinion that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the manipulation of tho present cottO1 cottoucorner cottO1corner cotto1corner
corner by tho gamblers of whom I Ispoko IIpoko Iaboko
spoko Is doing Infinite mischief mischiefCRUM mischIefqRUM mischiefCRUM
CRUM WAS GOLDBRICKED GOLDBRICKEDCharlestons GOLDDRICKEDCharlceton GOLDBRICKEDCharleeton
Charlestons Colored Collector of Cus Customs CUItoma Cutorn ¬
toms Coralled db d by Swindlers SwindlersIn
In addition to hIs various troubles troublesas
as crllcctor of tho port at Charleston CharlestonW > n nW
W I D Crum has allowed the famous famousDaniels famo famosDaniels s sDanIels
Daniels gang of New York operators operatorsof
of get ot rich quick schemos to rone ronehim ronehIm ronahim
him In InAnother InAnolher InAnother
Another Charleston victim Is Alonzo AlonzoO
0 Cambridge colored a cigar maker makerby malUJrby makerby
by trade tradoIt
It Is not known how much money monoyCrum mono monoCrum moneyS
Crum and Cambridge are out of pock pocket ¬ S
et but tho list of victims In tho pos posEcsson posEosson posceasnn
Ecsson of the assistant district dl trlct ator atornoy alorney
nay of Now York statqwno stntQ wn is proie proiecutlnj proiOcutlnr S
cutlnj Iho the ciuo cae a against Daniels in includes Include6 ineludes ¬ S
eludes the names of Collector Coli oct or Crum Crumand Crumand Cruumand
and Cambridge CambridgeMOB
MOB MEMBER SENTENCED SENTENCEDFirst SENTENCEDFirat
First Conviction Growing Out of the theRiots leRlotl tieRiots
Riots at Danville Illlnolo IlllnoloAt
At Danville III Tuesday Wlnflcld WlnflcldDakcr WinfleldRaker VlnftrldDakrr
Dakcr formerly of themountalns the mountalnll of ofKentucky ufICenlucky olKentucky
Kentucky was convlctod la jho jboclrcull jboclrcullcour circuit circuitcour circuitcotmr
cour of assault to murdsr murll r 8hc Pft PftWhllioelt pflWIuilbocir fl flWhit
Whit Whllioelt lock 110 was sentenced to J1torm a aterm 51term
term of from ono to fourteen years yearsThla yearsThl yearsThis
This Is the first conviction and trial trialof trialof
of a member of the ho mob that attacked attackedtho attackedtimo I
tho Danville jail tho ho latterpart latter parl of ofJuly ofJuly olJuly
July after having lynched tho negro negroJamoa negrJames negroJnmes
James Motcolf and burned his body bodyirir body111r
irir trial of eight others accused accusedClf accusedClfboln pH pHbbln cib p
bbln b in In the mob was begun late lab In Intho Intho
tho afternoon Besslo Lodge tho wo womm woom1n wemm S
mm accused a c cdsed sed of Inciting tho mob Is Istoo Istoo istoo
too 111 to bo tried and tho trial trialpostponed was waspostponed wmspostponed
S
postponed
MORE APPALLING ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTSCorpses A ACCOUNTSCorpses COUNTS COUNTSCorplea
Corpses Left Lying In the theStreet Streets of ofKruieliovo ofKrulchevo ofKrusciiovo
Kruieliovo are Gnawed by Dogs DogsMonastir DogsMfJnnsttr 0093MGnastir
Monastir European Turkey Tutu Tutuday TIIIsday Ttusday
day August 25 Tho onco beautiful beautifulcity boautflulcity beautifulcity
city of Kruschovo Is n heap of ruIns rulesTho ruInsTho ruinsThe
Tho women and children ore homolous homolousexposed homolOStlexposed homeiqasexposed
exposed to tho weather and I nd famluo famluoTho famluoTho famiucTho
Tho town Is rendered d uninhabitable by bytho byIho bythe
the odor of corpses which are being boltiggnawed b beinggnascd lng lnggnaed
gnawed by dogs and pigs The Tune TuneIs TunicIsim c cIsh
Is Ish authorities are refusing to allow allowthem allowthem allowthem
them to bo removed under the pretext pretextthat pretextIhat pretextthat
that an Inquest will be hold heldNEW holdNEW holdNEW
NEW DUTY FOR BAGGAGEMEN BAGGAGEMENIn
In Special Cases1 CnaesThey They are Authorized d
as au Clerks ClerksPostmaster ciersPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne Par no issued Issuednformal a aformal aformal
formal order Tuesday authorizing the thedelivery thedelivery he helollverJ
delivery of unpouched newspaper mall mallby mallby mailby
by baggage masters mast cs s Tho regulation regulationIs
Is i made by amending tho postal las laaand lasand lawsand
and regulations regulationsMAJOR regulBttonsMAJOR regulationsMAJOR
MAJOR SMITH LAID TO REST RESTMortal RESTMortal RESTMortal
Mortal Remains of Bill Arp Con Consigned Conlrgned Coilaigned
signed to Last Resting Place PlaceThe PlaceThe PlaceThe
The funeral of Major Charles H HSmith HSmith 11Smith
Smith Dill Arp took placo from rosa the theFlrel he heFbrsL 1e I
Flrel Presbyterian church In Carters Cartersvlllo Carlersvilla Cartersvile
vlllo Ga Wednesday njornlng 11dueled n nducted ndueled
dueled by Rev II C White pastor pas lor ol oltho oitime 1 1the
the church assisted by b Rev Sam P PJonofl 1 1Jonra PJones
Jones tho well known evangelist evangelistPursuant evangelistPursunnt evangelistPursuant
Pursuant to tho wish of tho family familyInkeeping tamllyIn
Inkeeping In keeping with Major Smiths YloAa YloAaof mboaoof 100of
of life there was nothing of an nnost osten ostentatlcus ostentalicus n ntnttcus >
tatlcus uatnrc but tho fencral was wa a aBlmrlo aslmrle asimrie
Blmrlo homo affair affairMany acralrMany affairMany
Many beautiful be1utlrulJloral floral offerings were wererecoiled wl1rereceh werereceI
recoiled recoiledSENATOR receh ed edSENATOR edSENATOR
SENATOR HANNA PROSTRATED PROSTRATEDStomach PROSTRATEStomach PRO8TRATEStomach
Stomach Trouble and Interne Heat HeatForce Healrorce Heatrorco
Force Him Hlmto to Take Hlo HloBed HloBedSenalor HI Bed BedSenator BedSenator
Senator Hanna was taken suddenly suddenlyill
ill whllo In his office at Cleveland ClevelandOhio ClcvelanllOhIG ClevelandOhio
Ohio Tuesday and a physician who whowas whowas whowas
was called ordered that ho go to bad bodat badat
at onco oncoMr oncoMr onceMr
Mr Hauna the doctor stated was wassuffering wassuffering Vitisutterlng
suffering from ctomach trouble and andthis andthis andthl
this thl together with lIh tho intense boat hoitprevailing he1tpovulltng boatpovn1ling
prevailing caused tho trouble
SOUNDS LIKE FISH STORY 8TORVDrove STORYDrove STORYDray5
Drove of Blackbirds Assist Farmers In InAnnihilating InAnnihilAting inAnnIhilating
Annihilating Caterplllara CaterpillarsAccording CaterplllaraAccordtng CaterplllaraAccordIng
According to report countless co ntleSB thou thousands th thouan1s > u usnns ¬
sands of black birds suddenly appear appearing appearlug ¬ I
ing In great cre t droves fettled upon fho fhocotton flcoltlln fecottrn
cotton fields near Amerlcus Ga GaTues Tuca
day dn morning and played havoc with withthe withthe
the caterpillars caterpillarsTho catullIIlusTto
The appearance of tho blackbirds blackbirdsastoushed blackbirdsoltolsl blackbirdsastorshed
astoushed oltolsl ed tho farmers farmersns no these blcJs blcJscome bicjsalways
11lwn always come comcln In tho fall Beaton EC31OQ nsor and arc arcKtQ aroCVfr areover
over KtQ en lt 18 WBBft tDm r ro
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Florida State News
1 i A A A A A
w w w w w Vev
Qov 0 ev Jennings JennlnoaAnnounces Announces for Senate SenateGovorrior SenateGovernor
Governor William 8 Jennings au authorites anhonizos
thorites t tho announcement that ho howill
will < bo a candidate before tho nest nOltdemocratic nextemocratic
dn i democratic d primary election for the thenomination theomination
i nomination n for United Untte States senator senatorFor senatoror
For or a year or more there has hn been boongeneral
h general understanding amounting amountingalmost amountinglmost
almost a to certain knowledge that it itthe t ttb thct
the tb t proper tlmo the governor would wouldannounce wouldannounco ivouldnnounce
announce a his purpose to bo a candi candidate candldato candidate ¬
date for thd senatorshlpnnd aenatorshlp and the thenewspapers thonewspapers theewepapors
newspapers t of tho state have hav com commohUd commqnl cornmqflted
mohUd mqnl d quite generally upon his caa caadldacy ca1dldacy caadidacy
dldacy Tho governor has up to this thistlmo thIstlmo thistimo
tlmo however refrained from making makingnuy
any public statement for the reason reasonthat r ason asonthat asonthat
that ho regards tho proper and con conscientious COltsclentlous cooattentions ¬
attentions discharge of his duties as asgovernor asgovernor 1Sgnvornor
governor as a sacred obligation which whichmust whIchmusl whichmust
must bo made paramount par mount to every everyother overyolher everyother
other consideration He has firmly re resolved resolved nosolved ¬
solved that ndthlng whatever shall In Inany Inaly inay
any wise Interfere with the duties of othis ofhis ofhis
his present office and it is only attar attarlaying nltarlaYll11 aftarlaying
laying the th heaviest emphasis upon uponthat upouthat uponthat
that determination that ho has au autnorlied antnorised u uthorbed
tnorlied the formal announcement announcementtoot announcementtoalhe
toot toalhe ho will bo a candidate before beforetoo befoetllu befoothe
too noxt democratic primary for tho thoUnited thoUnited theUnited
United States scnatorsblp scnatorsblpWants scnatorsblpWante senatorshipWants
Wants Sabbath 8abbathLnwi Lows Enforced EnforcedTho EnforcedTho EnforcedTho
Tho Pensacola Sunday League re reontly reQe1t1y roeetIy
ontly organized or anlled has sent letters to tothe LoIh tothn
the Ih sheriff and mayor demanding rig rigId rigId rigId
Id enforcement of tho Sabbath observ observance obsorrance obscrvante ¬
ance laws which havo become gradu gradually gradlally gradially ¬
ally relaxed since their temporary en enforcement enforcomont enforcomont ¬
forcomont a month ago Tho mayor mayorreplied mayorrepUed mayorreplied
replied that tho laws were state stat statutes statutol statitos ¬
utes and that ho had no authority for fortheir fortheIr fortheir
their enforcement entor cmont Tho sheriff re refised rohsed yefised
fised to do anything in tho matter matterunless matterunleBs matterunless
unless those who called for the en enforcement entorcement onforcoment ¬
forcement of the laws would swear swearout swoirout swo r rout
out warrants for tho arrest of tho of offenders oftonders oftenders ¬
fenders fendersRumors tondersRumorl tendersRumors
Rumors of tho construction of an anelectric anolectrlc anelectric
electric street railway In St Augustine Augustinearo
are again In tho air This tlmo It Is IBreported Isreported isreported
reported that Jacksonville Jackllon lIIo capitalists capitalistsao
ao after a franchise and that th t appl applcation applcallon appIcation
cation will soon bo made to the city citycouncil citycOtlncll citycouncil
council for the passage of nn ordi ordinance ordlnonce ordinance ¬
nance and the granting of o tho fran franchise frnncl1lso Iranchiso ¬
chise Tho capitalists propose proposo to build buildn
a belt line running from tho water waterworks watorwork8 waterworks ¬
works on San Marco avenue through throughtho
tho City Gates down tho bay to South Southstreet Southstreet Southsired
street thence along Central avenue to toKing toKIng toKing
King street thence then co Into Now Augus Augustho AugustI10 Augustine
tine the distance dl ltanco of two miles If the theright thorloJht horight
right kind of proposition Is presented presentedu
u will meet with favor by the city citycouncil citycouncIl citycouncIl
council councilA
A Years Business In Florida FloridaAccording FloridaAccording Floridaccorfilng
According to statistics gathered by byfio bjr10 b bto
fio TimesUnion tho following figures figuresshow figurosshow figuresshow
show a years business In Florida < In Intiio InLO
tiio lines mentioned mentionedFruit mentlonodFruit mentionedFruit
Fruit crops I 2884109 2884109Fiflld 2884100Flllid 2884109Flald
Fiflld crops 13210700 13210700Vegetable 1321070Vgotablo 1321070CVcgotblo
Vegetable crops 220600 2206003ock 220600Soclc
3ock 3 odt poultry etc 3806317 3806317Lumber 3606317LlImber 38063g7Lumber
Lumber and timber 10848401 10848401Cigars 10848401Qlgara 10848403Cigars
Cigars and tobacco 11724392 11724392Other 11724392Olhtlr 11724392OLher
Other manufactures r 10719201 10719201Naval 10719201Naval 10719201Naval
Naval stores 7824910 7824910Pjo 7624910PJtollphatos 7824910IJoaphatos
Pjo PJtollphatos phatos and clay 6816050 6816050Fish 681505FIsh 681605dFish
Fish sponges oysters etc 2489110 2489110Cottonseed 2489110Cotttnsl1ed 2489110Cottcneoed
Cottonseed products 1 650000 650000Writs G50OOOIJld 660000skins
Writs IJld skins furs i 264801 264801Herbs 26480iHGrbs 2648Hlferbs
Herbs berries moss fibers fil > ers 153200
Total output 73605252 73605252ocution 7360526Zecution O Op Oecutlon
p
ocution Archie Covington will hang bansirora hangIrt1m hangtram
tram the gallows In the county Jail ut utJacksonville lOtJftksonlIIo itJacksonville
Jacksonville on September 11 Cov CovInglon CovIngton Coythgton
Inglon has been convicted of tho murd3r murdan mur murbr
br of Jim Williams on August 12
1000 at a turpentine camp about ton tonrnIos tenmlle8 tonmiles
miles west of Jacksonville JacksonvllloDello Belle tho thowife thowife thewife
wife of Williams was also Indicted Indl tcd at atthe attho atthe
the same tlmo as Covlngton and was wassent wossQnt wasscAt
sent to tbo state penitentiary for life lifeTho lIroTho lifeThe
Tho jury which was drawn to todecldo todecldot decideth decide decidethit
thit t th 1t cause of Williams death brought broughtIn
In a verdict in tho case of Covlngton Covlngtonas
as guilty of murder In the first d dere da daere dagrea >
ere In the case of tho woman she shealso IIhoallO sheWM
WM also found guilty of murder in the
first degree but the jury made a rec recommendatlon recommendatlon retommendation
ommendatlon for mercy of tho court courtInformation courtInformation cotmrtInformation
Information baa been revolved it itforta mtorta t ttorts
torts Barrancas McRea McReland and Plckens Plckenstunt Plckonst Pickensthat
that t lt Capt A W Cbaso who has been beenin
in 1 command of the artillery district districtalnci dlslrllsinc distniteincm
alnci sinc the departure of Col S M Mills Millswl Millswbl IIII IIIIwl
wl shottly bo relieved of command commandbyCol commondbCol commandb7Col
byCol Asher C Taylor now the com comminding commmdlng cornmmndlng
minding officer of Fort Scrovon Ga GaColonel 01Colonel GaCoionol
Colonel Taylor Is a widely known knownollccr linownol1cer knownoItcer
ollccr ollccrAt ol1cerAt oItcerAt
At Punta Gorda last Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning E E Williams was shot shotand shtitand shotand
and killed by E B Polk Both were wereprominent werepomlnent werepominent
prominent men Deputy Marshal MarshalNick MarshalNIck MarshalNick
Nick Langford attempted to arrest arrestMarlon arrestMarlon arrestMarion
Marlon J Walker who was Intoxi Intoxicated Intoxlcated intoxicatod ¬
cated and resisted arrest Williams Williamswho WillIamswho Williamswho
who was assisting the deputy marshal marshalstruck marshl1lstuck marshaletuck
struck Walker with a club when Polk Polkwho Polkwho Polkwho
who was with Walker shot him himthrough himthrouth himthrough
through tho right breast Polk v Was Wasarrestod wasarrested > as asarrested
arrested and locked up in jail jailThe JailThe jailTbc I
The board of commissioners of state stateInitiations statoIn1tituUons stateirntitutbons
Initiations has awarded tho contract contractfor
for the next two years earl for class A Aof Aof Aof
of state printing embracing tho legh leghlalivo leghla legislathe
lathe la ho printing and all state print printing printIn ¬
ing In except supreme court reports to toI
I B Hllaon of Tallahassee TallllhuseoTho The Item Itemset Ito111set Iteniset
set forth In tho bids were as follows followsI
I B Hilton 969330 John 0 Trice
11187116 Class B consisting of ofsupremo ofDupremecourl ofsupreme
supreme Dupremecourl court reports was awarded awardedto
to Trlco at 60 per page Hllsons Hllsonsbid s sbld abid
bid for this t was 160 O per page pa
YOUNG GORMAN GORMANFOR FOR SENATE SENATESon
Son Begins Political Career Where WhereHit WherlHI WhertHis
Hit HI Noted Father Started Out OutColonel OutColonel OutColonel
Colonel A P Gorman Jr the onlj onljson onl onlson on onson
son of United States Senator X A P >
Gorman was nominated by the How Howird Howsrd flowsrd
srd county Maryland democratic democraticconvention democraticconvention democraticconvention
convention for the state senate hav havIng baying having ¬
ing won a decisive victory over his hisopponents hisopponmts hisopponents
opponents Colonel Gorman Is 30 years yearsot
ot f ago and begins his hI political career careerwhere careerwhero careerwhere
where We hi Mber tMb ther r begat thirty t thl 1rt1 t7 years 1tartllOj yariago
ago
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w w w w w w w w w wEncampment
Encampment Time DraWl Near NearTho NcarThe NearTho
Tho tlmo for t r tho stato encampment encampmentof
of tho Florida Stato troops tro s at Jackson Jacksonville Jacksonvilla JacitsOflvillo ¬
villa is drawing noar and the officers officersand Qtnceraa1d mcor5avid
and Foldiers of each company all over overthe overthe overthe
the Plate are making preparations to toattend toattend toattend
attend Tho men aro being drilled drilledhard drllloJhard driiloihard
hard and each company will be pre prepared prep1red propared ¬
pared to mako a creditable showing showingonthe showingoil
onthe oil the parade grounds groundsThe groudsThe
The camp grounds near tho Florid FloridOstrich FlorIdOslrlch FloridaOstrich
Ostrich Farm in East Jacksonville Jacksonvilleare
are ready True T o water pipes aro laid laidfor laIdtor laidfor
for bats and to furnish water for tho thomen thomen themen
men Tho buildings bull lngs Including tho thomost tl10masl thomosq
most tents are up Tho camp Is an anexcellent anolcellent anexcellent
excellent one and the men will be as ascomfortable oscomfortablo ascomfortablo
comfortablo as 8 It Is possible to mako makothem makothem makethem
them themThere themThere themThere
There are two regiments of Infan Infantry Inrontr infantry ¬
try tr in tho stato and two batteries ut ufartillery utartillery Utartillery
artillery In all consisting of twenty twentyBIX
SIX companies There will also bo a acompany tcompany I Icompany
company of regulars the Sixteenth SixteenthInfantry SIxteenthInCantry Sixteenthinfantry
Infantry from Fort McPherson Ga GaAM GaAl GaAl
Al companies In the state will bo bocompelled 110co becampellod
compelled co > to attend the encampment encampmentnnd
nnd no man will be excused unless unlessvery unlesavery unlessvery
very good reasons are assigned assignedTho
Tho governor and his general ant an1personal nnipersonal antpersonal
personal staff will bo present tho thowhole thowholt thewhola
whole time of tho encampment About Aboutthirty Aboutthlrly Aboutthirty
thirty mounted officer will on tho thogrounds thogrounds thogrounds
grounds and each officer will furnish furnishbig furnlsbhlG
big own horse horseBids horsoI1hls horseflids
Bids for rations for the troops havo havoalready havoalready havealready
already been forwarded to the Adju Adjutant AdJutant Adjutant ¬
tant general This department will willbo willbl willbe
bo bl In charge of Captain George M MLynch MLvnch MLnch
Lynch brigade commissary on Gee Goaonl Geeoal
onl Lovells staff Ho will attend to totho totho tothe
tho feeding of tho soldiers Upon Upontho Uponthl Uponthe
the arrival of the troop at the camp campground compground campground
ground each company will be dealt out outtaolr outtlelr outInoir
taolr cooking utensils food etc and andtbi andtbfJ andtbc
tbi quartermaster sergeant of each tachcompany eachcompany ch chcmpanr
company will commence his work of ofsupplying ofsJpplylng ofaippiying
supplying the kitchen kitchenTo
To Test New License Law
Attorney Bryan of Jacksonville n nfew ntow afew
few days ago In receipt of a telogrfam telogrfamfrom tolegrfomfrom tolegrfnmfrom
from Attorney General J B Whit Whitjcld WhItJeld Whitmcld
jcld asking him to roprosent Collec Collector ColI ColItor Colleabr ¬
tor J F Geiger at Jacksonville In Inmandamus Inmandamus inmandamus
mandamus code to test the constitu constitutionality consUtutInl1l1ty constitutionality ¬
tionality ot the recent license law lawrelative lawrelathe lawrelative
relative to the payment of licenses licensesunder Ucensesunder licensesunder
under the new law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The collector was dlrectcd by the thecomptroller thocomplroller thecomptroller
comptroller some time ago to collect collectlicences colleclIIcen6es collectiicenmes
licences from tho 4th of August to toOctober toOctober toOctober
October 1st of this year for not loss lossthan 1018IhI1 1ostitan
than six months In pursuance of this thisInstruction thIsInptrucllon thislnptruction
Instruction from tho comptroller 10 10Iho toho o othe
the collector Solicitor Bryan gave no notice n nlice netico ¬
lice that ho would file Informations Informationsagainst Informatl018agaInst informationsagainst
against those who failed to secure 1 1censes 1CJnses icenses
censes on or before Monday tho tho17th tho171h tho17th
17th day of August Tuesday the 18th 18thof 18thof 18thof
of August being plea day dayIn doyIn dayin
In consequence of this thlsnollco notice a anumber nnilmber anumber
number of peoplesecured peoplo secured licenses but butbefore butbeforo butbefore
before the 17lh Inst this mandamus mandamussuit
suit was wa brought to test the validity validityot
ot such a requirement and Mr Ir Bry Bryan Dryan Bryan ¬
an then said ho would not proceed proceedintll proceedUItI1 proceeduntil
until the mandamus caso was decided decidedby
by Judge Call CallThp CallThEstate CallTho
Thp ThEstate state board of education has hasoXcted haoctetl haioctotl
oXcted to tho State Normal N mal School Schoolfamily Schoolflllmlty Schoolfanulty
family Miss Anna Cbolres who Is Issud Issudylng issudying
sud sudylng > lng In Now York principal of the
department of tho State StateNormal StateNornnl StateNormal
Normal School at t DeFunlak Springs SpringsM SprIngsMtss SpringsMiss
M Miss < 83 Lucia McCulloch was wnsclecto1 wnsclecto1t elected electedttnchor olecteltncher
ttnchor t of nature study and blolojy blolojyn blolo y yn
n the same Institution She Is studt studIng studtIng studting
Ing In her special Mno at the Smith Smithsonian Sml Smithsnian t tsnlan ¬
sonian Institution In Washington The Thelonelier Thetmciier rhet1cher
lonelier of tho manual training and andhandicrafts anllhandlcratts andhandicrafts
handicrafts department was not finally finallyselected finally831tcted finallyslcctod
selected but tho board has ha under con conslleratlon con011eratlon conoHeration
slleratlon applications from several of oftho oftho ofthe
tho best known and strongest teach teachers teachen teachens ¬
ers of this subject In tho country countryTbo countrrTho countryThe
The report of tho exports which whichpassed whIchp whichposscd
passed p slled through tho port of Tampa
during tho past week Is a very gratify
Inc In one and demonstrates conclusive
I II that the thophosphalo phosphate and lumber In
dnIrlNl ithl Arn n tS I u
b IULUsummer
slimmer dullness While the ship ¬
ments were not numerous they wOO woeuniformly wOOunIformly woouniformly
uniformly large and tho week Is well wellup wellup wellup
up with lIh the average This with tho thounusually thoullusually theunusually
unusually heavy shipments of tho two twoprevious twoprevious
previous weeks places the month far faraiioaj farailoaJ faraimoa I
aiioaj of tho average There were
tiree consignments of phosphate dur ¬
ing tho week weekono one for France ono for I
England and one for New York They I
aggregated 9700 tons valued at 69
200 Tho average erago of the shipments
was something over 3200 tons much
lager than usual most of the ship
meets > averaging about 2000 tons tonsA tonlA
A man giving his name nam08S as Wilson
aad claiming to bo a representative reprcsent UVi3
of tho United Fruit
Company is now no
bolng boingaearche searched for by Pensacola offi ¬
cars Ho Is wanted for Issuing a bo b ¬
gus 15 draft on tho above company WII
sjn arrived In Pensacola some two
weeks ago and stopped at tho Escaa
bla hotol Ho succeeded in getting
somo bogus checks cashed cashedMODERN cashedMODERN cashedMODERN
MODERN TACTICS TACTICSKnlcker TACTICSKnlckerWhat TACTICSKnkkrWhat
Knlcker KnlckerWhat What caused that terrible terriblefight terrlblofight terribledght
fight between the truckman and the themotornmn temotormln themotorman
motorman motornmnDocker motormanDockerThe 7 7DockerTh
Docker DockerTh The truckman had estab established cstablIshed establisbed ¬
lished a peaceful blockade of thy th car cartrack cartrnckP1ck cartrackPeck
track trnckP1ck Pock
FRIVOLOUS FRIVOLOUSThat
That new new Borolll comet has two twotails totaUs twotals
tails
Beautiful DeauUfulcqlllpmtnt equipment for fly time timeIsnt tlmont timeisnt
Isnt nt itr UTClneland Cleveland Plain Dealer
IDE SUCCEEDS WRIGHT WRIGHTDesignated WRIGHTDesignated WRIGHTDesignated
Designated by President as Vice Gov Governor Governor CoYerncl ¬
ernor of Philippines
President Roosevelt has ha announced
that Henry C Ide a member of tho
Philippine commission would bo de designated doBignatod ¬
signated as vice governor to succeed
General Oeneralluke Luke E Wright when Generul I
Wright assumes the offlco of governor governorGeneral governorgeneral
General Mr Ide has been a amem member membeof er
of the be commission
for several years renlIInd yearsand
and la held in high esteem by the thoresldent
president and anm P1 nembeni mbe of the war W r do
DITtW1 ar
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TRUE IU1TOBRYANI IU1TOBRYANIAnd TOJ5RYANISM TOJ5RYANISMAnd TO BRYANISM BRYANISMAnd
And to Kansas City Platform PlatformDemocrats PlatformDemocrats PlatformDemocrats
Democrats of Ohio StandJOHNSON StandJOHNSON Stand Stand1JOHNSON
JOHNSON FOR GOVERNOR GOVERNORState
State Convention Hold In Columbui Columbuiand Coiuibuand
and Wholly Dominated by b Forces Forcescf
of Clevelands Ci vclands Mayor MayorTho MayorThoI Tho ThoTicket
I Ticket Tlcl et Named NamedTom NamedTom NamedTorn >
Tom Johnson mayor of Cleveland Clevelandwas Ole1elanwna
was nominated for governor of Ohio Ohioby OhIoby Ohiob
by b acclamation by tho domocratlb domocratlbstate
state convention held In Columbus ColumbusWednesday ColumbusWednesday ColumbujWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayTho
Tho Johnson program was carrtaj carrtajout carr I Iout
out completely although tho opposi opposition opposltlon oppoetion ¬
ion obstructed tho proceedings with withminority withmInority withminority
minority reports for some hours the ihonnmo thonomo thenamo
nnmo of John L Zimmerman of otSpringfield ofSprlngneld ofSpringfield
Springfield was not presented 4or the thegubernatorial IhegubernatorIal tiegubernatorial
gubernatorial nomlifitlon and then thenor thenorery ev every orcry ¬
ery nomination on tho state ticket was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made by acclamation without opposi opposition bpposltlon bppostIon ¬
Ion tionAlthough
Although the lhollghtlng fighting was all over overTuesday OVerTuesday ovcrTuesday
Tuesday night tho auditorium and audgalleries nudgallorles andgalleries
galleries were packed long before W WJ Wy
J Frey chairman of the stato cent central centtral conrat ¬
tral rat committee crled tho convention conventionto
to order at a11020 1020 u m mTho muTho
Tho only reference made to national nationalIssues nationalIssues nationalissues
Issues in tho platform adopted ndoptedrelter ndoptedrelterated reiter reiterated rottersled ¬
ated allegiance to the Kansas KansasOltr KansasOltrplatform City Cityplatform Cityplatform
platform W J Bryan was invited invitedto
to speak In Ohio In support of the theplatform thaplatform theplatform
platform adopted adoptedGroat adoptedOroat adoptedGroat
Groat demonstrations occurred occ rred at atseveral IItloveral atseveral
several places In the order of business businessnotably buslneunotnbly businessnotably
notably lt I tho entry of Mayor Johnson Johnsonth
th the presentation ofhls of hIs name for gov governor 80Veraor govarson ¬
arson his acceptance and partlclpaUjn partlclpaUjnIn
In the endorsement of a candidate for forSenator torSenator forflenator
Senator Hannas place pla oand and those ex expecting ozpectlng oxpecting ¬
pecting a good exhibition n were not dls dlsappointed dlsaJJPolnted cliaappointed
appointed There were ore no portraits portraitsdisplayed portrallsdisplayed portraitsdieclayed
displayed In tho hrfll as usual nndfow 4
of tho faces of what nro ore known Itn wn as asold asold asold
old wheolhorsea Many of theap theapoldtlmors tbu tbuoldtlmors theapoldtimera
oldtlmors hofl ha boon noon about ho hohotels hobotels hohotels
hotels during tho week but they were werenot weronot werenot
not delegates Among mong those who jvero jverounseated vcr vcrunseated yerdunseated
unseated wero Lewis Q 1 Bernard lead leader ¬
er of the democratic party at dada Cincinnati Clnclnnatl dadaanti ¬
anti for a quarter of n century and andexCongressman andxCongressmnn andexCongressnman
exCongressman J A Norton who had hadfrequently hadfrequently hadfrequently
frequently sounded tho keynotes as aschairman aschairman
chairman of former conventions convontlonsFor convontlonsFormerly For Formerly Formerly ¬
merly these men were w ro cheered as they theyentered theyontered theyentered
entered tho hall hallThe hallThe ballThe
The following is tho ticket named namedGovernor namedOovernor namedGovernor
Governor Tom L 1 Johnson of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cloveland ¬
land lieutenant governor Frank 0 0Nlles DNiles UNibs
Niles of Tolod attorney general generalFrank generdFrank generalFrank
Frank B Minnett of Columbus stale staletreasurer stntotroasurer statetreasurer
treasurer V J Dahl of Washington WashingtonCourt
Court House auditor audllorCharles Charles A AKlnobo AKlaobe Afilnebo
Klnobo of Waponokata WoponeklttBcommlosloner WoponeklttBcommloslonerof commissioner commissionerof
of schools J E Scrlst of Ottawa Ottawamember Ottawmember Ottawamember
member board of public works W B BJones DJones BJones
Jones of mouton supremo judge E EJ EJDempsel
J Dempsey of Cincinnati United UnitedStates UnitedBtales UnitedStates
States senator John H Clarke of ofCleveland ofCloveland ofCleveland
Cleveland was Indorsed IndorsedVESUVIUS IndorsedVIZSUVIU8 indorsodVESUViUS
VESUVIUS EMITS LAVA LAVAFierce LAVAFierce L5VAFierce
Fierce Stream la Botched Forth F rth With Without Without Without ¬
out the Least Warning WarningTho W rnlno rnlnoTho
Tho people of Naples and the en environs enIrons enirona ¬
Irons witnessed a remarkable sneo
tnclo at noon Wednesday Ono thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand feet below tho central contratcono cone of ofVesuvius ofVesuvIus ofVoSuviu8
Vesuvius tbo ho volcano opened like a ahuge ahugo ahugo
hugo mouth but of which belched a afierce afierco afarce
fierce stream of lava which ran Uown Uowntho Uowntho tiownthe
tho side of the mountain mountainThi mountaInTJot mountaInTi
Thi TJot Ti eruption > occurredwithout qccurred without any anywaning anywattlng anywaning
waning whatever Thero was no noearthquake noearthquake noearthquake
earthquake detonation or rain ot otashes ot8shes ofaahos
ashes nothing but bt l a clear stream of oflava orlava oflava
lava and red hot stones which were werethrown werethrown werethrown
thrown to a height b ight of 700 feet feetWARDEN fectWARDEN feetWARDEN
WARDEN AWAOOOD IS OUT OUTGeorgia OUTGeorgia OUTGeorgia
Georgia Prison PrllonCommlaalon Commission Hat Not NotYet NotYet NotYet
Yet selected His SuccessorDeputy Successor Succe8l0rDeputy Success9rDeputy
Deputy Warden J JT T Allagood Allag od left leftthe leftIhe leftthe
the Georgia stato prlspn farm at Ml MilA
A u
Thursday 4U resignation resignationhaving reslgn resignatIonhaving tlun tlunhavIng
having been accepted by the prison prisoncommission prlsoocommIssIon pFlsoncommission
commission This action was taken takenby tokenby takenby
by the prison commission Wednesday Wednesdaydespite Wednesdaydesplto WedneedaydespIte
despite tho fact that It has not yet yetbeen yetbeen
been een able to select a successor to the tbodeputy thodeputy theOputy
deputy warden and will not do BO tm tmtil till tilltII tintil
til September Sep omber 7 7NEW 7NEW
NEW GLOBEGIROLINQ GLOB GIRDLING RECORD RECORDHenry RECORDHenry RECORDHenry
Henry Frederick Makes Tour Around Aroundthe
the World In FlftyFour Days DayaHenry DayelIenrr DaysHenry
Henry Frederick who left New NowYork NewYork NewYork
York city on July 2d on tho steamer steamerDoutscbland steamerD1Jutschland steamerDeutschland
Deutschland for a tour around tho thoworld thoworld theworld
world with tho hope of breaking breakingthe
the record for tho shortest time con conBurned cansumed consumed
sumed In circling the thoslobo globe returned returnedto r turnl1dto
to New York last Wednesday night on ontho ontho onthe
tho New York Central railroad d Mr MrFrederick MrFrederick MrFrederick
Frederick had been successful In hIs bisendeavor hIsendeavor hisendeavor
endeavor having nfade tho circuit In Infiftyfour InflftYfour inflftyfour
flftYfour days seven hours and twen twenty
ty minutes minutesHOLIDAY minutesHOLIDAY minutesHOLIDAY
J
HOLIDAY PROCLAMATION PROCLAMATIONGovernor PROCLAMATIONGovernor 4 4Governor
Governor of Georgia Asks Observance Observanceof
of Labor Day September 7 7Governor 7Ooernor 7Governor
Governor Terrell of Georgia OeorglaWeJ OeorglaWeJDesday Wed Wednesday weJnesday ¬
nesday issued IS8uedhis his proclamation de declaring declaring dodaring ¬
claring Monday September 7 which whichIs
Is designated by act of the leglslatue leglslatueas
as Labor day a legal holiday
The governor urges that all places placeswhere placeswhero placeswhere
where labor Is employed be closed on onthat ODthat oUthat
that day
t
OIL MEN MEET MEETIndependent MEETIndependent 1 1r 1Independent
r
Independent Owners ln I > Georgia Georg Merge MergeInterests MergeInttreata Mergeinterests
Interests at t Secret Sccretactherg Gathering
The Independent cotton seed oil oilmill 011mill oilmlii
mill owners of Georgia convened In InMaccn InMaccn inMacCn
Maccn Wednesday afternoon and i ifor va vafore U5fore
for fore an adjournment had been accou accoupllsbed accOJpUshed eCCOt1pliehed
pUshed another combine comblncw38 was launched launchodupon Jaunchodupon launchedupon
upon tho commercial teas of tho thoeouth thosouth thesouth
south eouthIt
It was with wIt the greatest secrecy secrefyand secrefyandcarotho secrey and andcaro gdcare
care carotho the deliberations of the independ independent ¬
ent mill 1l11onera owners caw came together r dl dltke1t ditheir < S SWWfc
their WWfc or 1511 3 J < then the wtat tkslr tJr Wll 7 7t
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