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THE LEAD STEAL1
Senator Bristaw Shows How the People
Are Plundered by the
TARIFF ROBBER BARONS
With ?hr Assist?ii<-e of the -*|.u? >!i v
'V 1 "
r?*n Party ntid a Few HeneRUfle c
IM-iikk rals \\ ho Vote With Them
to I'uxs the Thieving Tariff laiwa o
Thnmcli (Ioiikvcns. j!
Senalor J. T. Bristow, of Kansas,
one of tli Insurgent Republican j
Sena'.o-s. in a speech at Manhattan, t<
Kansas. Friday night. charged o
Speaker Cannon and the "standpat" j f
Congress with manipulation of the v
leod schedules of the tariff bill in ' 1<
support of the "smelter truBt" so- j c
called. "A duty not measuring the j s
differences In the coat of smelting j ii
at home and abroad as promised in ' 1<
tho Republican platform, but from |
$2.5* to $6 higher than the enti.e a
cost of smelting In this country was 1 H
Imposed on lead," the Senator said.ic
"This was done not In the Interest 11
of protecting a struggling American t
industry, but In the interest of a *
monopoly controlled by the Ougger.-jd
helms, barked by the great Itockefei- ; r
ier fiaaucial Interests. I a
"Rcoause 1 presume to object '? h
this sort of thing Mr. Cannon calls 1
me a Democrat, a demagogue, a inn- : t
atic and a pick pocket. Mr. Cannon. I1
holding the ottlce of Speaker of the a
House of Representatives, second iu a
power and dignity in this govern- , a
ment, has been routed over Kansas 8
for a number of days denouncing , a
the 'Insurgents,' myself in particular. |
Instead of indulging In vituperation, ! ?
why dosen't he give the reasons '
why he insisted on ignoring the '3
plain declaration of the Republican 1 v
national platform? Why did he ?
stand fry tho Senate In the interest ?
of tho Cuggenheims? j a
"The duty on lead in ore. as the 1
tariff kill passed the Mouse was $3 0
a toa. The duty on pig lead or lead
bullion was the same. The bill came
to tbs Senate and was referred to
the son m it tee on finance, to which 1 ^
Mr. Aldrieh is chairman, and was
reported hack with the duty on pig
lead Increased from $30 to $4 2.50
a toa, making a difference of $12.50
between the lead In the ore and the
lead bullion. Therefore, according
to the Republican national platform ?
and onr campaign pledges, $13 a
ton should measure the difference in
the oosi of smelting lead in the ( nil- '
v ed States and in our competing.
countries. ' ,
" dwnrd R. Rush, general manager
of the American Smelting and
Refining Company, an organization ' ''
which controls 90 per cent of the 1
lend nnielters of the United States, a
testify? before the ways and means lv
committee of the Mouse that the en- 11
tire east of reducing lead froiu ore !
to bullion, from actual figures rung- 11
ed from $T>.50 to $10.05 a ton. No 11
witness before the ways and meant 1
commute* gave as the entire cost 11
of Bia?l!?ng a greater figure than
$1 a ton. j v
"A in'st vigorous effort was made v
ia the Senate to reduce the duties
of the Senate hill hack to those provided
Jr. t!ie House measure. but
without < fTect. To protect our strug- 1
gling Anerican industries a duty,
not measuring the difference in the
cost of smelting at home and abroad,
but a duty of from $2.50 to $b a
too or more than the entire cost of
smelting at home was imposed. v
TIId31 AN BACK IN HAIiNKSK. 1
Attend- .Meeting of Hoard of Triesi
t?*cs of (Tleui.son College. i 0
Perhaps many people have not j,
noticed the fact. but Senator Tillman j
is back in harness. He attended s
the meeting of the Clerason board,of c
trustees, and while t.he reports did j (l
not aay that he took an especially i ^
active part, he "was there. " As is j
well known to muny of the senior
Senator's friends, he takes a great
Interest in Clemson College, and he (
was bery much worried lust year ' J
nooui ine presidency matter. Now' .
thnt things are running all right, it ' ,
Is supposed the Senator's mind is at ,
rest in regard to Clemson.
Prisoner Attends Itann'.
John II. Miller, of the defunct
cotton firm of Steele. .Miller & Co..
of Corinth, Miss., who was arrested
at Decatur, Ala., Friday, charged s
wit-h using the mails to defraud, was j
taken to Huntsvllle to arrange his (
t bond After his arrest Miller was1 v
allowed to attend a dance. He is (
socially prominent, having married i
a descendent of one of Alabama's
Governors. ; (
Drown When Boat Overturns. I
Harry and Alvln Wlnfleld. hrotli- I
erw, and well-known young men, i
wore drowned in Krie harbor tPn.l I
8unday when their sail boat rapgiz- 1
ed. They had just taken a picnic
party safeiy across to the penirsula
and were returning for another Imtd ; t
of young people, when a gust over- 1
turned theru. <
PAYS PENALTY AT STAKE
TKXAS MOB BURN'S WOl'LD-HK
Vhen Pursued By Mob, Shot Countable
from Ambush.?Surrounded in
f V>rn Field and Lynched.
Henry Gentry, a negro eighteen
ears old. paid the penalty of his
rimes, murder and presumably "inunded
assault, at the stake Friday
ight at Helton, Texas, while two
tbers, a brother of the man lynch*
d and n companion, charged with
mplicatinn, missed a like fate, only
y plea-lings of Sheriff Burke and
Karly Friday the negro attempted
t> force an entrance into the home
f Mrs. I.amh, a widow, but was
Tightened away with a shot by the
toman's daughter. Several hours
iter, while (Jet try was being seatbed
for by a posse headed by Contable
James Mitchell, the man, firng
from ambush killed the posse
Then the mob formed and after an
11 d: . search, surrounded the fuglive
in a corn held. As the mob
lotted in Gentry tuade a dash for
Iberty. but was brought to earth by
we well directed bullets. A rope
ras quickly brought and the man
ragged to an automobile and buried
to Helton, where several thousnd
frenzied men and boys awaited
As the public square was reached
he rope was tossed to a man on
iors?back and bite negro dragged
bout the square to the pyre. The
pplyiug of a torch was the work of
moment and while several hundred
hots were fired into his body, the
lready dying negro was incinerated.
When the work of the mob was
nded there, a dash was made for
lie city prison, with the Intent of
filching the two others charted
rith aiiliug Gentry in the killing
f Mitchell. Pleadings and a show
f force stopped the mob before an
ttempt was made to storm the jail,
he crowds then dispersed and furtier
disorder is not anticipated. *
AKIISTA liAHY MISSING,
upposcd to Have .1 uiii|n-(I Into the
Mi*. Marion Mayo, of Augusta,
a., reputed to be wealthy and of
octal positoin, who took passage
n the steamer City of Columbus
rom Savanna.h. was missing when
lie steamer reached New York Friay.
It was feared that she had |
ren lost overboard.
Captain Johnson, of t.he City of
olumbus, said he believed Mrs.
layo had stolen out of her state- i
noni during the night and thrown I
erself into the water. He said she
ppeared to be melanc.holly anil had
ept to her quarters nearly all the
inte during the vovnge.
Capt. Johnson said Mrs. Mayo was
11 interes'ed spectator of the burial
t sea of a negro eook and after
lint sh*? went to her cnldu and was
ot seen again. As soon as Mrs.
layo was missel Friday her cabin
nas examined and all of her dothlng
ins found to be i tact.
"hilts IUmIi IHII Ml Night Ihling Serious
Not in veats has such a terrific
term struck Hock Hill as the one
rhich broke over that city Thursday
light about eleven o'clock. The
ightniug was of an awful character
nd t ic thunder sounded like the
inivene was being split. The elecrical
display was oontinuous for
iver nil hour and ruin fell in vertable
floo Is. Lightning struck t.he
Kline of J. S. Stowe, in Woodland
>ark. nnd knocked a hole in the
ide of the building large enough t ?
raw 1 through. Strange to say no
mo v as injured, nor the house
Lost ?. ?i?l I >i -?I.
A telegram announcing the loss
r a $10,000 h"t that Jim Jeffries
could wn in the prize fight with
at k Johnson was the reason why
tarry Michaels, secretary of the
liehaels Furniture (tornp.my. ChicK<>.
shot himself deail at his desk
chile his brother, a New Yorker,
waited him at a hotel there.
Koys Stone ltiilloon> to Kartli.
Ohio hoys who ran throw stones
o swift and high as to piiaeture bilious
have become a serious menace
o aviation. I town came the Drifter,
villi Walter .1 Collins and (leorge
toward, of Cincinnati, in its basket,
ast week, because hoys, thrown g
tone., from a (milling at ilam.it m,
>., where the crowd had assembled
o witness me ascent ami chrfstenii?
or the aerostat, struck the sas
tatjj and tore a hole in it. TJte uas
tad escaped slowly, ami the halloonsts
were forced to land in iess than
2 hours after starting.
Te hly s promise t ? make a speech
or Iteveri'lpe In In liana is said to
five made the standpat Republicans
?f that State very mad.
COTTON BIGGEST ITEM
COI'PKR. OIL. WHKAT HOI.O SKCONO
lliimui of Statistics Issues State- ,
ii 'Vit ??t Things Sent Abroad Our- 1
ing Fiscal Year Just Closed.
Cotton, copper, illuminating oil. ,
wheat--these articles in the order '
named formed the most articles ex- 1
ported r.v.ai the United States dttr- 1
ing the r.aeal year just closed. The j
value of the cotton exported was
$450.0o0.000 of the copper $33,500,- t
! 000; of the illuminating oil. $02.- 4
500.000, and of the wheat $4 7,000,- 1
Other articles of export rankeu in 1
value as follows: Flour, lard, to- 1
hacco, lumber, upper leather, corn, !
bitimiuous coal and lubricating oil. 1
In nearly all of the articles ol' uat- '
ural prod tut ion there was a marked '
decline in the exports of 1910 as '
compared with'previous years, wnile 1
In certain manufacturers the figures
for the year are larger than for any
previous year and the total for all '
niantilaci urers probably w ill exceed
that of any earlier year.
The bureau of statistics, which has 1
given out these figures, has not y?-t 1
completed the total value of the
manufacturers exported. 1
The falling oft' is most marked iu
corn, wheat., flour and meats, wheat j '
falling ftom $161,000,000 in 1892.
t.he high year, to 147.000.000 in 1
1910: corn from $85,000,000 la '
1 900 to $.5,000,000 in 1910; flour ;
from $7 5,000.000 in 1893 to $46.- '
500.000 iu 19 10; lard from $60,000,- '
000 in 1906 to $43,000,000 in 19 10;
bacon from $4 6,000,000 in 1898 to
$18,500,000 In 1910; fresh beef
frem $32,000,000 in 1901 to $7.
750,000 iti 19 10, and cattle from
$42,000,000 in 1904 to $ I 2,000.00c |
last ye-.r. *
SAKKTY FA 11,Ml) TO OI'KUATF..
Ilrn. Ciu/.ipr's Conclusion as lo Ait
To the failure of a sa'etv nicch
anician to cperate when a sudden '
and poweiful pull was given by an ;
artilleryman in attaching the lanyard.
is now laid the responsibility '
f()r f h norJilon* ?? !?: - *'
nuiuu iu?i tne 11vt*
f eleven men at Fort Monnii-, Va. '
during tin* buttle practice Thursday >
Such is the conclusion of lien. (!io- i
zier chief of ordinance, IT. S. A. who
attended the practice and w ho h s 1
been in touch with the inquiry made t
by the in vest igating hoard. i
Never before in the history of the '
army had the service failed to work t
The possibility of its occurrence was 1
demonstrated, however, by Geu. Cr< - '
zier himself shortly after the acct I
dent, by a test made of all guns *.
which participated in t.he practice i
In another gun in the ill-fated l?e
Russey battery, the service w.s
found defective v. hen Gen. (Tozie '
applied unusual force, such as was *
never deemed necessary intests and '
JuM before the accident the 2\tn
was ptonounced by the officers to o?
in p ropey condition. In April a
coast artillery officer on inspection
duty reported that Its pennutue explosion
was hey sud the range ol
possibility. Steps will be taken at
once to improve the device.
II\S ATTACKKII GF.OKGIA.
Hugs Have \ttarkcd Cotton and Ace
Thought to be Werv ils.
A peculiar variety of bugs have
wj> ugiit much damage ii the lielu
of cot'on owned by tl. T. Anthou>
near Washington, Ga. To fact wus
i-n ir.i ?? iMuesiu'.v aU'l special' ' f 1
sent to lion. T. (5. lludao 1, coiiuuis
sioner of agriculture in Atlanta.
Parties who have seen tiie Irseo1
:unl notice I the damage to the boil,
and squares on the cotton, deeia*"* I
them to lie the genuine boll weevil, i
which lias proved such an enemy to J ,
the cctton planters of Texas and otii- t
er western states. *
ISank Clerk (>oiic.
I Minor Winchester, collection . lerkj
of the Citizens' First National hank J
| of Albany, Oh., f r several years '
past, disappeared from liift home at
jfltnt plaee Friday of last wed. and i
> all efforts l?y bank officials cud
j friends to ascertain his whereabouts i j
lime been fruitless. i
I tn 11 ('ill 11 iitge Among P.lniiks.
While plnving the leaditr: part i'
;t local ta!?'Ul "Wild West" pla> at 11
St tie HltilT. near .Muskogee. Okia
; Friday night. Jacob Winkler wai>
shot end instantly mi inn i.e ir.
ulden, nl-o a member <?f Mie east
' A ball cartridge which had In come
ni'xed with lie hi.inks was responsi f
folo for tho tragedy.
I'l i/.e Fighting Killed.
Prise lighting in l.os Angeles is
' at an end. Without a dissenting
vote in tho city council Monda> instructed
the city attorney to pre|iaro
I an ordinance to prevent boxing exhi- ,
lotions and spurring contests. The 1
ordinance will he presented at the'
next meeting of t.he council and its .
passage is virtually certain.
ANOTHER COTTON PICKKR.
Said to Pick Open 0>tton Without
Patents have been recently Issued
to Crawford Eliot on a cotton picker
or harvester which he has perfected i
is the result of nearly seven years
constant effort. The basic patent
granted covers forty different claims.
The machine has been tested for
two years in the cotton fields, anil
with it one man and team of mules
will do the work of forty hand
>ickers. Only the ripe cotton is
)ickpd. and this is done without lnlury
to the green cotton or the
The principle of t.he machine is a
louhle row of l)ristle brushes about
me and one-half inches in diameter
md fourteen inches long, spiuuing
rapidly in such a manner that the
evolving brushes are introduced in0
the plants close to the ground
md drawn up in a vertical line
through tlie plants, the brushes ponerating
the bushes from both si.les of
:he row. The ripe cotton adheres
.0 the brushes, while the rest of the
ilant is not in any way affected, the
brushes travelling to a receptacle
" here they are stripped of the cotion
and the operation is repeated.
It is said that t.he machine lias
>een thoroughls tested and demonstrated
that it will do the work of
1 quarter ol the cost of hand iabor.
which means a saving of $150,000,1)00
a vear to the Cotton growers.
The invention, which has beeu pur- j
hosed by t.he National Cottou Harvester
Company of Chicago, III. j
menus much to the growth and ex-'
mansion of the cotton industry, and
t will undoubtedly add immensely
;o the annual wealth of all the coiton
growing state. *
HKIDF.K I.ONf; HINT KNDS.
tfnii Who Swindled Her After Their
Wedding I'nder Arrest.
fir. Henry It. Keelrr. said to have
icon formerly a dentist in New York
i\v. !s under arrest in Detroit. Mich.,1
barged with having swindled a
itr- o'lvlvn (N. Y.) woman out of $13.">00
,,,:?-r marrying her. In his com
?nny w hen arrested was a w man who
as his siter. Two years ago,
>any when arrested was a woman,
?aid to he his sister. Two years
i*v>. it is said, the doctor met Mrs.
iVilheltn!:?a Lynch at Ocean drove
in.l made love to her. He told her
ip h id a fabulous fottune in Mexi an
Inn 1 properties and soon marted
Soon r.f er the wedding he t- Id
lis hride that he was in tiouhle w'.t.h
he Federa' authorities over his Mexcati
land and that it would take
'onsiderable money to stralehten the
a itter out. So the doctor, with his
iri:'.e and his "sister" went to a M.mlatten
hank to get $13,500 of the
iri e s money. The doctor and the
\ouian who jios.es as his sister went
rdo the hank, while the bride wait-)
d rut i le in an automobile. The
iix ior and the woman with him went
mt another riuor and the hride nev?r
got track of thein again until 'lie
i rrest. *
l\IIJ.Ki> l ot: IIIS MONF.Y.
i'lium' [lead on a I'ile of Fodder in
11. F Zaeharay, need r>o, amiser,
won found ?i ordered on a pile of;
o! >i in a stable <;n liis premises
u the suburbs of Loanoke. V:t.. on
Monday. Two pis <>1 bullets were
found in the head. The police are
oohiug for .Mack Vaden. a negro
*mvi ? ted of the crime. The purpose
f th? killing was do' bery. and it is
>eii? ?e' t'.ie slayer -oi a l)i<? sum
i nu.nev. More than *iioo in cur.
<-rc> was found sev ed in secret
pooj.ets in a second pair of trous>.s
?or i l?y Zae.hara".
An Kn;r>ne ItuSI e<l.
> i 'imi pas erger t.:?in on the;
rieoi h> and Florida raihond spent I
Inst vi-ht u the woods, three miles
north Valdoata. (?a.. because the
nginr ' a'ked. An official mi his private
ear was on the train ami kept
he pasj-ngers supplied w'th food.!
t'he engine be^an moving .> iout sun-(
(living Them Away.
1'nahle e\en to give awa\ the fitie
Klhertn p aches with which the pencil
trees are loaded, and unable to ship
' lie hi aw:i> on account of the scareitv
of cars, orchardists at An ericas, '
it.a. are ploughing the peaches under
tin ground, to he us d for ie>ti!izi-j
-.ina purposes. Kverv one was in-'
v i;? I to come and take as many of
the peaches as thev a?-.> u.:m???>i
Ili'ovc Knagy in Water.
H..iry Smith, a prominent business,
win. A. is Hessie Hiertl. a widow, and i
tier inf nit hatiy were drowned in
Kandeil reservoir, five miles out from ;
1 lenisou, T?e as. Sunday alieraoiii at '
4.tie o'rloi'k. No one sa?' the acd- j
dent i.mi it is thought they drove
into tlie re e o'.r to wat r tlieirl
horse, y impost 11 - it to t> shallow.'
T.hey fell into sixteen feet of water. I
The horse was also drowned
. . I
't is siiid the gate reeelpts for the
prt :e fight last Monday were uiiout
$270,000. It seems to he an industry
tliat pays a few people.
s ' /
KILLED IN CLINTON
SliAYKIl Alil.KCJKS VICTIM KUIXEl)
A ff ? ?? jr Sai?l to Ih< Culmination of
l/>iin Standing Trouble.?Klajret'
Taken to lauireiis Jail.
One of the most sensational kill
ings that has ever occurred in Clinton
happened Saturday, when W. T.
Gregory. a resident of the I.ydla
Cotton mills village, shot and Instantly
killed Cal Furr. who for the
past few months has been living at
the Clinton Mill village. The
shooting, it is said, is the final re-j
suit of trouble that lias been brewing
for some time between these two
parties. Gregory claims that Furr
had ruined .his home. Up to about
four months ago Furr was living
about Lydia. when, it is said, he was
forced to leave on account of this
At about 1.50 o'clock Saturday afternoon
Gregory was standing just
Iu front of the store of T. C. Sum-!
merell & Brothers, when Cal Furr.
leaving the Bee Hive Racket Store, j
whie.h is just across the street, and
not seeing Gregory, came directly
towards him. Fpou perceiving Furr.
it is siid that Gregory, without passing
any words whatever at once drew
his gun and began tiring, the second
shot striking Furr in the hip. causj
ing him to fall. Furr drew his pistol
as quickly as possible and tired
three shots, all of which missed except
one. whic-h passed through
Gregory's ri^ht hand, between the
third and fourth lingers. *
XKW MOTOIt ( Alt
That Will lif Trstrd by the Southei
ii Mas (\inif.
The first gas-electric car for local
traffic to be used by the Southern
railway experimentally on . the
Green ville-Anderson run reached
Spartanburg on Friday. Several
hundred people gatered at the depot
there to see it when it arrived.
The motor car was switched on to
No. At and carried to Greenville
where it will be used between Greenville
and Anderson. It was in charge
of A. H. Fleet, mechanical engineer
for the Southern. Mr. Fleet said ]
his car would carry gasoline suflici-j
e: t t'o" a trip of 200 miles. It seats:
High officials of the Southern met j
in Columbia Friday to fix the schedule
of the new cars. Those participating
in the conference are Assistant
Passenger Agent Meek, of Atlanta,
Assistant General Passenger
Agent Pegram. of Charleston, Superintendent
Williams, of the Columbia
division and General Manager Anderson,
of the Hlue Itidue road.
It' this servict proves satisfactory
In the Greenville territory it will be
extended to other parts f
ern system, where the local traffic
is heavy. They will certainly
prove a great convenience to the
traveling public. *
J.AI'AVKSK STKA.MKit SINKS.
Ol' 'J4K PHssrngf-i-s all hut Forty Air
The Tetsurel Maru, plying between
Kolie and Dairen. sank Saturday
night off Chindo, Korea. T.he
steamer had 24 ? passengers ahoard.
of whom forty wore saved. The others
are missing. Warships have
been sent the rescue.
Direct reports fvom Chindo state
that two of t'.'e Tetsurel's life lioats
lauded forty passengers, who tell of
harrowing scenes when the befogged
vessel struck Six life boats were
launched and filled with passengers.
There was no panic, and everything
was carried oft in the most orderly
The captain and the majority of
the crew were unable to leave the
steamer. Six first-class passengers
were saved, including W. Cunningham.
the Itritish vice consul at Osakik
as well as thirteen second-class
Tile)' Die From Heut.
Men and animals are succumbing
to the Intense heat in the vicinity of
Calexico, on the intense heat in the
Cult xieo, on tiie bonier of Mexico.
Kight tin n ard as many mutes attached
to a cane camp are ssiid to
have died sii.ee Saturday. There
have been numerous prostrations besides.
I SI'll S'lecp I'olie.
At NVw Orleans the hone of a
sheep was t'sinsfered to ttie arm 01
a patient at the Charity hospital
Thursday nignt. The forearm of
the patient undt rgoing the novel operation
Jiad been shattered by the
discharge of a shot nun. The opeiat'oii
was prorounmd successful.
farmers l-'ed Milk to lings.
Rather than sell their milk for
two and two and a quarter rents a
quae, farmers in northern N'ey .leis<>\
counties are feeding It to tIi ir
hogs. They say the prevailing price
i^i three-fourths of a rent less tJian
it costs to produce the inilk.
MADE BIG HAUL
Eup'oyee of Louisville Back Accused of
GAMBLED IN FUTURES
August Itnpke, Assistant Secretary
of Fidelity Trust < 'oiiipun.v l?elievrd
t?? lluve .Matie Away Wit'i
Kntirv Surplus of Institution.
Was a llrjn y Speculator.
lllKllt'l l-_. _ -
..iv|>nf, ttasisiHiu secretary
j and bookkeeper of the Fidelity Trust
Company, one of the soundest finanI
rial institutions in Louisville. Ky.,
I is believed to have made a* ay wiin
$1.1 40,000, the entire surplus !' the
coueern, according to a statement
made late Saturday afternoon by J.
\Y. ltarr, iiresident of the company.
Hope is in the county jail, where
j he has been for ten days, unable to
furnish the sum of $25,000. Kopke
was a heavy speculator am) loss
large sums, it is said, on Wall street
and the Chicago board of trade.
Mr. Barr's announcement was
made after a special meeting of the
stockholders held late Saturday afternoon.
Mr. ltarr also said that
the stockholders were told that t.he
capital stock of the concern was
intanct, hut that the entire surplus
was gone as a result ot the defalcations.
FOKIHT MAI) t\>\V.
Farmer Had \muin Hsc?p? from
Death in Teiines^c.
Coolness, courage and the ability
to handle a hi's stick saved the life
I of John Godwin wnen he was atI
tacked by a mad cow on a tract
of laud near LaC.range, Tenn. Dod;
win. with several other men. was
j preparing to drive a herd ef 15$
| cattle into a new pasture. With a
j companion .he had dismounted and
! together they were trying to get a
j young cow started with the herd.
Suddenly she turned on them, chars
iug straight at Godwin. So sudden
and close was the attack that he had
no time to turn and the row's horn
caught his clothing. She flung him
high in the air.
j Fortune favored Godwin to the
e>tei?t that he alighted on a big
jstick just as the animal tinned for
j a counter charge. As the cow came
! at full speed Godwin picked up the
club and dealt a blow which knock|
ed one horn from its socket. This
force swerved hhe cow enough eut of
| her course to prevent her striking
| hint, but it did no' lessen her desire
for his death. Just as quickly as
! she could turn she chitreed again,
| anl again Godwin dealt her another
blow which knocked t.he ether
I horn entirely off. Again she wbeei|
ed and charged, and this time God'
win's club landed so hard across her
j nose that the bones were broken.
The cow then gave up t!?e fight
and was made to join the main .herd.
While this struggle for life was in
progress Godwin's companion was
safely up a sapling. He had estaulisiie.l
the Fayette county record for
speed in climbing when tbw irst
charge was made.
j ltKTI'KNtil) A FT Kit 40 1 KAIW.
Itible Taken l-'roin Female Institute
by I'nion Captain.
A ropy of the Itihle takes from
; the Atlanta Female Institute t? 1 S?> t
! hy Capt. Paul Colliacn. of N'orta
j Chemung, N. V.. was returned F?"rl?
j day to Miss May son, a member of
i the class of "tiO, which presented it
to the school f he presentation was
made at the reunion of uhe Fortysecond
Georgia infantry, known as
t.he "Fightni?K Kortv-second.
Rome time ago ('apt. Collison, w he
was a memiier of the Seventeenth
New York Volunteers, announced
through his home paper he would
gladly return the liible to t!?*- proper
person. Miss Mayson, who is a sister
of Key, J. S. Mayson. founder of
t.he Atlanta institute, was located
by a local paper, and arrangements
made for the preseiitath n. *
I'illtH in Cliirnuo.
What is sai l to be the biggest an|
nual reunion in the history of the
Kenevoletii and Protective Order of
Klks got fully itndei way M n lav at
Chicago with hundreds nf
j delegates still iirrivine hourly.
Shot a 11111111* Warden.
I Mrs. Krai k Si rout is in jail la
Springfield, III., on rliar.'c of ki11 i 11 <
Deputy State (Santo Warden John
O'Connor She declares sin- has no
regrets for the murder for the man
made objeetioriable advances to Jter.
Wife Tiansfi'iiril foe SI.
A document has I icon filed in the
Onendago County court at Syracuse,
X. Y., whereby Frederick A. .loss,
a business man. transfers his wife
to Harry \Y. lingers a bookkeeper.
. for the sum of $1. Holers has been
, a roomer in '.he .less home for several