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PnhlMhad erery Batnrday by Joaw Mrrcrauiia-.
_Ja.. a* 8tt North 4th BtrWt. IttohnratvLYa. JOHN HITCHELL. JR , - EDITOR AU orastataaioaaoos tatandad tor _t?cbbr-?aoa asa>aMbaat?i?aoMtr>ras*ohasby Wodawaday. TBRBtB IN ?DVAJfOB, OaaOopy, nUmontlv. ? a- w i 1 py, frmr raoataa. Oae Copy, tarea anoattas, Hiaa'..-Copj . %, ADYXBTIBXNO RATBB. a IaroMlaoa.aaa>iiaiaratoa, | a) For oaa laah. eaeh ?a.baeqaaat Insistliwi. ?S For two lOflha., thre- mon'h-, COB For twolncbw. ni monthe. . 10.00 for two Inchea, nlne montha, 14.0B For two lnr-aaa. twelre aaoaiha OktB Marrlsffe aad Faaaral Hottons, aae lach. Jm aBaaattag aad TratiaaMt NoaV-aa par Une. .10 gar-POBTAug stamph or a ttjqhkr db -- ? 'MINATIBN THAJJ TWOCKNT8 NOT RKCETVED ON 8UB8CBIPTIOBTB. i"xjlnst la ieaoed weukly. Thesubacrip tloa pn.-?. la |1.S0 p?-r year ia adraaoa. are rorm watx V>t whl.-h aaoaey rmn aa ?nailat our riak ? InW Poet Oflf?Moa Bank Chcck <>r Draf?. ur an Ba pr-aa> Bf oner Ord-r. and when aona of thtaaa oaa ba prorursd. la a R'-zvaarad Lettw ? l v ' >KDSoav? Yoa can bar a Mqbi.-t Or Offlr-.-. payahV at ?V Btca atoadPW-Offloe. aad wc wlll hv reapoaaibla Bar tta aaf> aniral. F.x?aaaa Moair Oanaas can ?*? obtalaed at aar oaV>? of the Ajaeriaaa Rxpreau t Uated rttatea Krpraaa Oa., and th sjo aad Co'a. Baprusa Oompany. W.. ar-11 b?-r>* Ible for aaoaay aastt by an t of thaa* eoav Th* Kxpraaa Bf on* - aad eoa-walent way for fom ardiag aaoaey. RaonrramKD Lama.-ll a aaoaey Ord-r TVattOflloe or aa Bxpreas laBoa at not - .'oatmastee srin Bigartu the LaSaaryoa a-iah W.-endoaoapaymeat of Baa caaita. Th-n. If the lett~r is loat or stolea.it can be trarwd. Yoa. caa aaad aaoaey .. ataaner at oaaariak. Wa aaoaot t5? raayraasihh for aaoaey ~??it ln lettarain any othar way than <in waya meationnd abo-a. If yoa aerv ! ey in aay othar way. yoa raa-t d ?wn rwk. o a. KtMWMi, Btc.?If yoo do not want Taa PijtKST contlnund foranother y-ar aft ;>Mon haa rtin oat, yoa tn?n notlf y oa by I'ardtodl - i that sahaorlhara to aewarm n >l order thair paptvr dUnront inuwi a* th* aa> pirattoa of tim< foi which it ha* ar- hald Ua1 tioa ap to date whaa taey oedar tha pa eaaaaaaaaf. ?i'M(-?tio*? ? VTher ?n oa to raa-w your - ? in fnll.'otherwtar wa r-aaaot 9a t r i oar boafea. ?aa cr ADUSKioi.-In ord.-r to ohaaca ta.-addr.-ta.ofa- aaat )>? aaat r aa well aa th?- pr-tet Knr. - d n- th? Paet <>*-. - ?? ? h ? ? i Pa . aaa-ojnd-rlaaa n>? _ k??i ii Bbi:i \h l ? | Thl He . this nioining. ;tnd ir would !. alored man would have baaa hle for this ihe like of which h Bd in a lifetir : <iraw HOKKIBLJE i.l!'i:i\m \ moh ?:' a jaii at WatirJa aja Tharo daj morning. Jaa at 2 o'clock and willfull> and Baalb ly lynched on caeara .'iuk tha death. One other calored man, al thougb i. ---aped by feigning death. This M indeed a red and barbaroua raeard and not ioo of Georgia, but tbc entire country ia arouaed over the murdera. Tbe charges against the prisoaora ma> be briefly atated as follows: Lon J. Aycock. white. charged with the murdcr of K M. Holbrook white. and wife. of Oconee county. Rich Robinaon. I^ewla Robinson. Olaud Elder, < harged with the mur? dcr of the Holbrook couple, Sandy irged with an aaaault upon the peraon of aaaj Dooi... Blflh allaa d and under aen ?>f death for the ntuid. ? N the Mar ? a ? i ? I " sorrow tbat they 1 of 11 paaa a a - - FOURTH OF JULY VICTIM3 Four Killed, Hundreda Injured, Two Patally. ln Phiiadalp- | I I I I la the n In thU - ? tbe former waa raaistinr arr-sr Tbe dead and a i an 1 ai ? Shot | ,ry ? ? waa l ? ?. hoa laat waa . waa ' s be ran awa throa B ' I ? waa . I B dled a - B^y's Eyea Blown Out. ? rangr a i . n .n The can. la waa I] a pa> a< a whirh ? harliag thu ia in th. who a . the can I a fresh charge at I id botb ayea blown out an.l la not to live All tbe othei by fiy;.i< fragoaeata of tha can. Diaemboweled By Fl-e Crackera. Wke rt JaaklB B/heeUag. was f. >n?*ry. an.l waa altting in front >f th ? rtth a r lap. -1 The woman waa GERMAN GLEANINGS. to fecd alnnit niue tentba af b--r 00 .nbab > >i. tha- producta of her ow ? ? the Oee ?l wbile u WHS 0 -llU .lU*e ba' qult I - commltted >y standing in the buck.t of a well a. bettaaa trermany baa now ai: bal ayatem af B.***. Baflaa, af whkeh .vtt.; arv natural riv^ra. l.-kll cauallaed atroams and 1.7VS canala Tbe BBBaBt ate.l goverumcuta hatve si**ut $110 OOO.OU") on them in the laat ten yeara. and a large furtber outlay la in proa pect Baron Roaen Arnves. New York. July 5 ?Baron Rosen. tha new Rusaiaa ambaasador to Wash tngton and one of the two Ruaaiaa pienlpotentiariava to the p?ace ronfer ence. jlllfad in this clty on the ateamer KiUer Wllhelm II, aieOBB panied by 'hc Baroness Rosen aad tbatr daughter. JOHN HAY LAID TO REST Fnneral of toaBK ? of Stat? H\J al CaaT ?land. J I a an 1 Paul ? I.4.T ? fl the rhari ? - aimp' | ymn I waa t ma-Io a - ha 1 - I ? ? I up tne B waa nia aang I ? ? UlneKM a Hay'a ? ? - B I ' ' a of Hia Career. ? ? I ? ? of the C 1 and a ? Bt at Ma r for forh Tribune. and am:>*. thor Ullan r>a> of a life of UbcoIb. wr ? - The bre\ , biog raphy waa ty; ? man?a man whoae career and make large and important ihapters In the hiatory ..f li. , Aa aecretan of I'rwaident M Mr H ly ac ?ompllahe.1 ?hr.-a- urn.v r :. fa.t. made history and precedeata that have no parallel ln the r '.tplomacy. !s and without In ternational frlctloa h-- brought about tha abrogation of the Olayton-Bulwer treaty. preaerva-.l th.- lt f the Chinaae erupire and tommitted all the rivlltiexl natlona of ?he world to the policy of the ? tn a'.l lands and under all flaga. By inalating OB the maintenan tha Berlin treaty he oeBaiaod rtgbta for the BekreWB tn Roumania. and their farther peraacatkaa waa atopped He nngctiated th ? Hay-Pauneefota treaty with England. reaultlng in the buildlng of the I.-uhmlan canal by the Unlted Statea; aiao negottated the Hay Herran traavty relating to tha canal. Tbrough a treaty framed with Cuba, ha obtained re. lproolty betwaan tha Lalted Statea and the new republlc Kept an anmed fon e repreacntlng tbe powera from oaerclng Veneauela, aad had tha dUpute referred to Tha Hague tribunal. Scttled by treaty the Alaakan bound ary oontroreray, which had beaa of many yeara' atanding. TJfa aaock to raetrTo* fleld of hwarrtTV tlea In tbe Rusao-Japaneae war by bla famoua demaad for the preeervatiou of the ' administratire entity" of the Chi aeaa empir*. TAFT. ROOT OR CMOATE One of Theae Theee Likely to Succeed Hay. Waahln^ 1'ormer Secrc I iry of War Etlhu Root War Taft and Jo^ ;>h H < ambassador to fcnuland. are tae men from whoni will he ehoaen th ceeaor to the late Secretarr of State Hay. aceordlag tb the best tnformation ohtainablo ln Waahfngton Tha fact that SeaTvtary Taft BCtcd as head of the S! ? ing Mr recent abaence re may B garded aa mak \tnuuely prob ? hat he ? :?* perma: -pattmoat and B ? placed in . harg.' af the war i angement ite the abandonmei ?" n <hat account is open to ?tr>ng ? J. H. aVITCHELL GUILTY Jury R-turne Verdict Actainat U. S. Senator From Oregon. Y irtland, Or 'st a .reworks in hoaor ;d* the :.a'al dj try he had Barved a8 bf ?. H Mltche lated that law w!ii<'h preclud a fjalted Sfat lng pav tor pra ticlng partn wor 1 ? f his heard which had con ' I : Not a maa until Judge Ib'nnef thit the jurv !,. -i he aat down, BcaatorMltcbell leai ? ? galfl be hear ?( the 12 Aa oac a ign verdi and him aelf agalnst I men1 Aa the la*' man at I a new trlal afadgi ' ?ntaJ FREED BV THE PRESIDENT Sentencea of W. L. Kend.g and W. M. Jaeobs, Cou . Commuted. I 11am M Jacob wb iv a flne of | ea< b for *.a ng eatered Into a con feltln lanta. <Ia ? D on the iam M ua L. Ken list a Aprll | | reata follow. I an '?ret Bsral igaa :nany mter faltlng sw - fhcturer He had a ? cigars a d a sm.i tha ( the Btamp* A DOJBLE DROWNING Lad's Attempt to Save Younger Brother Ends ln Oeath For Both. Ma| - Hd and Dewey Ktaable, 11 and 7 yeai fl liliam Kimhle, of Wil ? coaaty arera dr in th ..eake & Ohio canal a short from their h.une. The . side by ai lc at th.* bottom of the canal Tlie lapposlttoa is tbat whlla playlng on 'he hank th r boy fell tnto the water. and in tha Batortfl of the older boy to reactts tns brother both baat ir : C. E. Convantion Opens. Balfimor- M<1 J/alj I \'A the ralb way tralns and coaat steamers arriv ing h.-r.- I ? ?ught delegatl.ins to the 22d annual nternatlonal Christian En deavor ronvention. whlch openod tn this ? if: today, and tt Is estimate.i that 1 have reached here ix>ea! rerop ti<>n ooaamittaaa are ataJAoaaad at eaeh of the railway atations and steam boat plers to welcome the new arrlv als and ea< ort them to thelr quarters To acoommodate this Baaltltada tfi eaparlty of the hotels haa been | to tbe utinost. whlle every available boardmg houae haa be< : Lato requisitlon POISONED HIS 80N Oustave Cloaaon Confessea Awful Crima to Ofbcera Doyleatown. Pa . Jalj I Bl n> tng BBhfactad to a sevore examir-atlon by defectlves. Oustave A. Cloaaon Bf Morriaviil.- Pa., haa *onfessed that ho potsoned one ot bia aons an.i tftad to kill the other la the same manner. Walter CaOBaBBa, tbe 11-yearold son of Cloaaon. -!:?d auddealy on May 19. .sson saya that on May 17 he put rat poison between two pieras of bread and gave them to his son Heary. telling him it waa a aandwirh. The boy at* th" eread. There was too much poiaon on tbe bread and tha boy a atoma-h r ? ?? ? i It. He Waa III. but aoon reco. ?rej Two daya later the fatlier gav? Wahor a 'glasa of b*er wtth po:^-, ba i ?; | vh) i s -n; for a doctor. aad the lad died la great agooy Clot*son aaye be wiahed to polaon tbc boya becauae they a rery bright. and ti.at there waa no caaace that they would erer be of anv | bim. There ia an Ir the life ot the bo> h. kill Cloaaon is in th Tried In Vai to K-ll Wlfe. B ark. N. J.. luly 1 ilnly trymg to <orx his wife i; In a boardlng ?. kill her thew !. with a revolver li hand. her through | af the hoa I .ightly wo ed her. and then kliled hlms"If wh n rame aa arreat him. No other ? a ia-- than ni? lancho! Ing fn dta is known for \\ laud'a aetlon. He wa* formerly pro prietor of a hote! at Naajha) tt. .1 WALLACE WAS ASKED TO RESIGN Secretary Taft Severely Rebuked Canal Eogineer. WAS TEMPTED BY BIO 3ALARY oa, June > ging hlm wlth changing ht? BOalUoB over nlght "for Baore lucre," aud with being ln aolely by personal a.lvau l etary Ta;' rk on Ju: :. John r\ inama canal, after adaalnbaterlai '?? him. r- .atlon on the grouud ir reaignatlon at tkli ? and tut a ir oaaea to th? < hairman of and acepted a po> York . r an num. Tkta fa statement f the ary of war, whb'h rertews the >ns of Mr Wailace with tbe war department and th laat qnotlng th?? neveral eag of the ehlef eagiaeei wlth ? a arrangem-nt. and then ;>ractl. ally a verb* At < f ? and Mr Walla. e |n N -w York. ? retary Taft of Mr ' ?tgna I ? ition aa ? Chief engineer a, l ". i b tary Taf*. a >n t ? i :id Would aater oa York the " rangementa ln - inal D After a .'.tn of n ol aad" hlm ver. Mr. Taft aaid; **Uader tkeee Wailace, and wlth | paln i ;ient. l aa that : | at, and I of the t ommlaaloa." J.F.STEVENSSUCCEEDS WALLACE Former Rock laland Offtcial Selected Aa Panama Canal Engineer. \Va tary Taft lohfl F. B Paaaaaa commis-ion with n-M a the Isthniu-* Mr I John aation waa ac ! and his appointment takea ef fect at OBCC Mr BtBTBBaB a!s.> will be made general manager of the I'anama railroad. He will not be a :i. the lathnuan < anal OOBaBMaBBBBl BBfl aaiary will be |tt,BM a year. Mr Stevens ia now ln ? e of the Philipplne coniraiaaion aa g. railroad expert tn the OOBStrea tloa of laki BBttaa of Pklllpptae ra. about to be built under governmenr. aid. Mr. Btereaa wa* until recentl> preaident and geceral rnanager of the Rock Island ayatem. and foraaarly wail chief cng;ne?r and general mauag. r of the (areat NorthOTB railway II atriu ted th'* Uockv mountuin division of the latter road. He haa b.i ed exp?-ri?-uce ln the p.o;?-. taOfl structlon. operatlon anl man.ig m> nr of large enterjuisea. ISRAEL DURHAM RESIGNS David Martm Succeeda Mrnn aa P?nn aylvania Inaurance Commiaaioner. Harrisburg, Pa., July 1.- Isra Durham. of Phlladelphia, ba aa atate commiaaioner of lusuranre. and ex-Senator Davii Martin. whotn Durham aui < eeded aeveral yeara ago aa the re< ognl/.ed Kcpubii<-an leader of Phlladelphia. takeg his plare. imr bam'a letter of resignation is undated aa followa "Harriaburg, Pa. "Hon. Samtiel W. Pennypaeker "My Deau* Governor:?I ber??by ten der my resignation aa inauranoa BBBB mlaaioner. to take edect upon the ap polntmbait of my aucceaaor. In thia connection I dealre to thank you for tha many courtealea rw?*eived at your haada Wlshtr.g you every auccesa. I remain. Very truiy youra. "leraal W Durham " fJoTeraor Pennypaeker made the of flclal announcemwnt of the cbang* ta tbe tnauran.o lepartment befor* Wr lng for Sehw-nkviUe, to remain ovar the Fourth of July with his farntly Mu.'ciar ln Camdtn. Cam l.*r. N J . Av ?n'o attentions ''.ro< ; nuais . lng Of th pflaBM an I ad D - A WEEK'S NEWS CONDESSEIX Thu-aday. June 29. I i 3&n ? ? at r Bfl a ur and lnstnat'.y k Th-> -*ate i oa vania Oemocru date ' alU t>e of the x *go. lay. Juns 33. has t ? l 'hautauqaa a with the la T beiow ? I Wa ? Rear Va.. aged j.ra. Saturday, July 1. fjea ?;. a grad uate Bl I.ancas tnb in Fl i - tbe patten Iron The flrst annual reunton r?f ?he ans of Pennsylvaata was held at Har rlaburg - realding in Chlcago W (V Moeday. July 3. J > ? shot aad owim; to a l< i pota1 ? In > ? A' ? Wednesday. J lng al l. were d i ? i cause fOl J'i-U ba.rr.- 1 tt States (ir >rk. PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Lateat Ciosing Pnces In thfl Prmcipai Markets. 1 nia roi:--i hrm. . . .. : . " I ? . lo clipp. t | ? P tk\ i J BUTTKR new. pej RN hrm; . .' ? OATS / I s held, l'if; ls ; ni ania dairy urmta. 1 t- K- Ifary Live Stock Marketa. PITTSBURG <Un Yarde) ? CATTI.K lower. prinie 1 ruedluma. i s-is |4. 8 H EI i-ethers, $5.15 ?53 m.?n f'J .'.O'a^; a,jrin< lambs. |a\S##7; veal calves. $n.50ty7. STUDYING LAW. Tfc*. Uwyfrt OBrr *?* What tt 0?e? Wu For Stnda-ata. Qiieatlona regardiug tbe study of law arare sent out raceatlp to many law r s by fu.? ln;\.-Kity of flll.iois an< ; i ?on rfplle*. From theae lt appa<ars that tha daya af study ing law ia .1 lawyer'a adace have paaa ed away. Yery fe.v of the offics bare auy law Baaaacaa Buaay >f the ablewt laaryata BBaaeaaad tbe oplnloa that BtBda ln a law otflcv ie an absoiute eeaafal ha thal tbey ; men arbo .lesired to Btndy laa atnl thal ." >f .111 t !i??y uee at all waa one ajrha bad nlrenaly pBBBls, for th" sfate bar atid at arflllpg t<? work; for g f >r H yc?r <>r twe ha or! get tbe expccteace whach < ?taea from a large bbTbcb, Oal of tha 1. ??? rapllea only Bfleea farored prcparatioa for tha bar ln a hawyef tb??r atrtl ? of ttil.sj Invew ? n la foBJBl lu tha BBByraffl ' ojaeat; -a-r degi pareHaalnary e?j atmient sbouid hare befor majority of the wbole BBmfWBT urged that ? the' haw |lh7Jdd ? a t'uii eo < 'f ih. .r;ty were ln f a 1 taga. actJcal Baaataa - . iiigh - aotarta It B the law w-hooL tbe yonng ma . in a 1. work la any other :?i ica naxaaea tin; was ahaalBtely ' ? law yar o> 1 h<>aii that . . hoay aB ?aeh 1 one which . ml.l BBaap bim ! ? ? g C PITH AND POINT. A ehakl ls .ilw-iy* surprla.il thnt yoa don't know th.' wHsherwomnn at ita BBBBBJ aThaBI yoa throw a rrlend n iMiU'jiiet. don't throw lt so he will catrh tbe ?? ls a ori>greMMire game BEahhraa falllnv- ia- fauBMBBi tbe . aaaaa t.? ? -biidren. a araajBaa to be potitu. l.s to Slll man baa to siulla? au.t liat ayorrytag ahaal tbc radaara u baMar tng there will be lomorrow. thoug!) y.ii know there ?ire none toduy Paraata are hard oa baatr ck wbeu thechtldrea are young, BBd wbeu oarenta BfB old tbe chddrcu are hari BB tbe parenta. Atchlaon <;;.,;~ Ta* Ttie?>l?Klcal l.nbrrlath. Btaphca kkiacx. a ai minlatrr, la tbe berc ln "The BaaBMBp'a Mivr " Hia atate of Bakad art. r BBB early wau dorlnjrs la the thcatoglcal labyrtath la thua by tha nulhor. <;??? .rge ard; At beaj Essex had from 'be paak aay .if tha ptaa of aklrataaa had tki Btaa. He iidiea whiiMi mon uiom! lUaBBBa dnnrv aud > arl.'ty aa well . P??dt ,,i re tanl.s! Iu. eaeat hat of OBB wbo, tliough realt/ f op aaartaalt; .ryfb.ng. - Bea work! ? I.' ? VariF.TY rS S*TICE t.F LlFE, So cal! and rxety d! : aby Carria?*?s. Dz tssers. Sttttes. Chilfoniers, Totlct Tabtes AND Ac^maLJc Refrigerators. YOr the advan ' "f-r great stock and great values. We are of fenti^ no CtTEAF vautes, bUt gooos of Sttch REAI. YAL as will iiisure you con fidence in us. Do not fail to it least INSPECT OUR G00OS. We BTB s. la aganta for tbe M acey Seo tioaal Book -< aa* a MA< Bf.ffBBaTlCJU ro. FILIkU :i?P|,, SYDNOR & IiUNDLIY,