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GILCHRIST WILL BE IN THE THEGUBERNATORIAL TUEGUBERNA TVEOUBRNATORIAL
GUBERNATORIAL GUBERNA TORIAl CONTEST
fill n Follow Footsteps of Bryan BryanAround BryanAround BryanAround
Around the World or Before BeforeAnnouncing BeforeAn
Announcing AnnouncingTHE An nouncin nouncinL ouncing ouncingTHE
THE LAKE L CITY ROW ROWPeople ROIpeople ROWac
People eo e Much ac Agitated hate Over Re Removal Hemoyai ¬
moval of o University UniversityfENSLS Un versity versityENSLS
CENSUS ENSLS OF rMfDE COUNTY WILL WILLSOON WILLSOON WILLSOON
SOON BE TAKBN TAKSNSUiRVEYOR TAKSNSUiRVEYORGENERLS TAKERSURVEYORGENERALS SURVEYOR SURVEYORGENERALS
GENERALS OFFICE A SNECU 6 66NECURCONVICT NECORCONVICT R2 R2CONVICT
CONVICT 4 4BAE SE SYSTBM IS ISSCORED ISOREoHOME ISSCOREDCOME
OREoHOME SCORED HOWE OF RORMBR RORMBRGOVERNOfl PORIMI8RGOVERNOR FORiMERGOYERfQOf
GOVERNOR GAULBy GAUL CASJLBy CASILBy
By Jefferson Bell BeMTa BeUT3 BellTa
Ta ulassee a asste J hole e ejc I Fro Tampa Tampastory TampIe
jc I h n4A story that Albert AI GUchrist GUchristto
II > to is going abroad as soon soouarrange sun
is a be tau an arrange arraa < < e his business affairs affairsnot
K > tl ti wii m not suffer SU < < er ia I his absence absenceug absencecmrtLug seRce seRceIrLllg
IrLllg ug to the Tampa Herald whet wheuA
t A y a report r about his is gubet gubetaspirattons gubetr lI eI eIa
r aspirattons a iratJoas he was as cos cosI co councertain >
I 1 i uncertain as the proverbial proverbialt
2 t 1r T t and announced aaaom ced that he is prea pre preto prefa
fa a to follow the footsteps of the theous tlteWlttaM theI
I ous William Jennings Bryan Bryant
i tTl < n ni i i the word Or and ad promised to toF aa aaE I IE
E F d r the question qae tiolt whn wla he got back backuiit backrant
rant uiit IJ1 lilting ooltiD < < Ute globe globehough globehough I Il
l hough according to the Herala HeralaM
dir M 11 Gilchrist wag wa W noncommittal JtOII lttat oa oat
E t matters cave perhaps the prosper prosperi
i ot I Tampa there Is absolutely tel JtU JtUt1ht o oi
i t1ht + in that he BOW Intends iate ds to be nCandidate n nt 11Jnddat
Candidate t for 4H governor lWr at t the next aexte nextere ext extel
e el ere > tion I
Agitation of Lake CityChapter City CityChapter I IChapter
Chapter 384 of the Jaws of 0 Florida Floridacontinues Floridoootinue p1oridxcontinues
continues to agitate a tate the people of ofLake 0 0Lake ofLake
Lake City The situation sltua Oll h has as s assumed assumeda
a ludicro ludicrous > 4is s phase lately The city of ofLake oflAke ofLake
Lake City recently w Wt wa granted B a1l a1lLjunctloa aninjunction H Hinunction
injunction to restraia re tnla the State Board Boardof
of Education aad a Control from pack packIng packing tAckng
Ing ng and removing the equipweat eqalp t8ltt ol orthe ofthe olthe
the University front Lake City to toGainesville toGiDesvJUe toGainesville
Gainesville Notarithetattdfag No wftJt tadtag the t e in inJunction inl1nctioa Inunction
Junction th tie agents age of the t1teDoll Boards arebusy are aretusy a abul
busy bul packing the t ez gove Nathaw Nathawtfryan NatHM1n NathakBryan
Bryan 1n Chairman of the Board of Con Coatel ¬
tel 1 is walking w1 around with a chip oa oalis onCis
lis 1 is shoulder daring the city cit of Lake LakeCity Lakeit LakeCity
City it to knock it off 0 < < by arresting arrest1n him himfor himlor himfor
for violating the injunction so he e can canget callget canget
get the matter Into the t e Supreme SupremeCourt SupremCourt SupremeCourt
Court the habeas corpus rattle it ap apis apJteAn apyYears ¬
JteAn is the only way to arrive there thereThe tJtercThe thereThe
The people of Lake City perhaps perhapssome perlIphavt perhapshave
have some right to t feel aggrieved aggrievedthey aggrievedthey eved evedtb
they tb certainly do feel f el badly b ly used I Iread IrEad Iread
read th the bin of 0 particulars in their theirinjunction the theinjunction theirinjunction
injunction salt It yesterday aad it is s as astonp aslOD aslung
lung lOD as the moral law In it the theJoint tltejr1int thejrrint
Joint boards are re charged claa ed with numer numerous numerJus numerous ¬
ous sins slQ of omission Gainesvilles Gainesvillesaim Gt nes1 lies
aim to superior moral and educar educa educaTona j
Tona r ona atmosphere seems to be about abouthe aboutr3E aboutthe
the he hardest hrd thing tAta for th thm m to swal swalI swalI1W i iw
1 1W w Speaking SIN < < of the means used by
raine ville to obtain the location of ofthe oftiE ofthe
the University there the Mil alleges allegesthey aUegeshat
hat they laid great eat stress Btre s on pre prenewspaper prenMd prended
nMd newspaper n spaPer seatiiaeats in the theof therJD thearm
arm rJD of clantorings clamort ia 1 such behalf behalfletters bOOa1grams behalfgrams
grams letters speeches es Bet an in inrr inr intrr
trr rr r izions ions in various manner and andf nd ndrm
f rm including inc udil1g a II puerile assertions assertionsf a
f nr > superior lIi > rior atmosphere for and on onI onhf onLc
I hf > part of Gainesville Gata rllle alleged not notbo nott
1 bo b < enjoyed > by b sister cities citiesCensus ctiMCCMtiS ctiesCensus
Census of Dade DadeMr Dader DadeMr
Mr r H S Elliott of the t e Department Departmento Dep rtm < ent ento
o atistics of the o once ce of the Com Comof Comrj
rj r ioner on of Apfcvltttre t1Ile has just rettrnfd re refrom retnn1f
ttrnfd tnn1f > d from Miami x where he went to torBke to8kt torakt
rBke 8kt arrattg arra > n men > eBts t ts for the t e taking of ofcensus offnsus ofcensus
census for Dad Ooaaty I Mr El Elappointed 111appointed
1 appointed Mr tr R H Seymour of ofJIiarM ofhBi
Miaenumerator JIiarM f enumerator > DUm < < ator and arranged for fora
a < lnt rty in the election
each eac of pre preuncs prel
uncs l t Gr s excppt f > x < < > pt Miami where w ere there will willl
10 l fur The work of numbering the theciazcns thed thecLiz
cLiz ciazcns d ilPn > nc of Dade will in fee speedily car carn carrIt carries
rIt ries < n and th the re results H will be given givento
to the public within thirtyfive day dayAn daylAn dayAn
An Offtctel Sinecure Sinecuret Sinecuref7ary
< f7ary any of State H Clay Craw Crawin
t
r 1 s in receipt of a notification aotificationRoosevelt DOtiAcatlonnY
nY Pti J pnt nt Roosevelt eit stating that thatfor thatth thatt
th tho thFA t can orcle order for the abolishment abolishmentoffice boUshmentlftifi
o office of Swaryeyor SurveyorGeneral General of
FA FAJin F a 1 on June Wta 1906 iti has been beenas beenno
no r fi 1 St as to make udke it effective effectiveh e < < ectlve ectlveln
Jin ln wth Ih h 1991 C H Parlin who whorn i
11 = a3 tn rn appointed to succeed Gen GenAS
I 1 1C AS as SurveyorGeneral will willbond wmIt I
ht hts htr htres t bond aad ad take ta < < e charge of ofR o I
t t 1 fJt R ee < e Governor Btoxham says saysHO says saysGnr4
1nUI HO > years ago 8 aa a order was is isthe Isj
s > j the abolishment of the office officestate omcf °
r r it e state ociais o clals i sad members memberso
f
o Zil = r < l6 6 succeeded succeed ed i ir ia g having it itTh itr
r 1 > 1 I Th Ths cHloe of f S rveyorGen rveyorGenFk Surreyor Gen Gener
er d ° Fk Florida > rid approaches more moreaar morereo moretea
tea resi than stag other ot er office in the thebeauttfic thethp thethe
the beauttfic beaut lc coa4ftio of 0 sinet sine sinemodera
1 t modera parlance it is a soft softTi softT softrr
< Ti T salary glar is I am told 2000 2000th ooo oooth
v th clerks to perform all the th
1 1 the Surveyor soeCM General Ge eral has haso I
1 o sign the payroll aad dra draw drawt < w wI
a t I waat a Job jo like that my myfnvy mla
3 fnvy ln Mr Parka ItisT his hisSmallpox JriliSmallpox
T Smallpox at Capital CapftalxiClteJIee Capital4xyCteaoe
xiClteJIee 1 xi tence of a case o se of small smallTallahassee smallTallalaauee smallfiallahaseee
Tallahassee sad on OBe O a boat oo t a aof
i r r of town a near ar the t e old State Statends StatAtnds StageSnds
Snds nds was the ca caMe caaeeor e of some somer
4 d for or ° r a wwk T1 lIe State Board Boardh
4Ct c
l h wa was Botifted as coon as s the thefvclopat tit bhet 8 8tlGpN
Ct CtIV
fvclopat t ti elo grad a 4 vest e t Dr Young Yoo
IV t < rwdal ire 1 < iai 1 acwt te talis them in inBoth
parse cbr e Both Bot owes 0 were we e negroes the theth
NO GOMPROMISE GOMPROMISEON ISE ISEON
ON Pll PILOTAGE PILOTAGEMEASURE T GE GEME
ME MEASURE MEASUREOffer SURE SUREOffer
Offer of ofPresidentof o President rest ento of Carriers As Association Association Association ¬
sociation Emphatically Declin Declinby Declinby ec in inCapt
by Capt J Ed OBrien OBrienSpecial OBrienSpecIal OBrienSpecial
Special to The Journal JournalWashington JournalWashington JournalWashington
Washington D C June 23 23F iF S SPendleton SP SPondleton
Pendleton P dleton president of the Atlantic AtlanticCarrier AtlanticCarrier AtlanticCarrier
Carrier Association who is here fighting fight fighting fighting ¬
ing for the pilotage regulations which whichRepresentative whichRepresentative whichRepresentative
Representative Llttlafieldis is trying tr ing to toget toget toget
get considered today offered to corn cornpromise co compromise = u upromise
promise with Captain J B m OtBrieL OtBrieLpresident OBrierpresWient OBrienpreslaent I I
president of tae t e Pilots Association of ofPensacola ofPensacola ofPensacola
Pensacola who is looking after the thepilots tl tlpllots thepilots
pilots interests OBrien emphatical emphatically ¬
ly declined to consider it The com compromise compromlae cornpromise ¬
promise was in effect that all pilotage pilotageoa
on coastwise sailing vessels should shouldlie
lie abolished ied and that t congress should shouldfix
fix a minimum rate of 350 per ton tonfor tOllfor tonfor
for the pilotage of foreign vessels vesselsThe vessti1Tile vesselsThe I
The pilotage interests believe b1ie e the bill billwill billwill billwill
will he e beaten and are ready for the thevote thevote thevote
vote
A W M Mo Moae I IORe
o ORe e ia tow was discharged di harged Mondaysad Monday
sad the t e other is convalescent nt Tbr Tbrexposures Tl1 Tl1e Tbexposures
exposures e re5 were ere all vaccinated and andstrict andstrict a astrict
strict quarantine was maintained maintainedand
and no farther cases are expected I Iaeked Ia Iasked
asked a ked Dr Young if the Board of ofHealth ofI
I Health anticipated any outbreak of ofyellow ofI
I yellow fever this year ear and his answer answerwas anSrwas answerbrae
was very er adroit The Board of ofHealth ofHea1th ofHealth
Health never anticipates an epidemiubut epidem epidemiubut epidemhlbut
iubut a close clo e watch and is always alwaysready alwasready alwaysready
ready to deal with ith one The history historyof
of yellow fever epidemics shows < that thatthey thattAe thatthey
they tAe generally repeat themselves themselvesConvict themselvesConvict themselvesConvict
Convict Lease System SystemThe SystemT SystemThe
The T e convict lease system came in infor infoe infor
for a severe scoring at the hands 01 01the 01the ofthe
the Good Roads Convention OoDvent onh hgr hthis hthisb rflt t ris risifeSk is isA
ifeSk b r A letter from H HlDn m W L LPalmer Lher LPalmer
Palmer was read before the conven conventioa oo eonentioa n en enUOQ
tioa In which among other things thingshe
he said The present convict lease leasesystem leasesrstem leasesystem
system is a disgrace to a civilized civilizedpeople civlUzoopeople civilizeapeople
people as now operated under some someof SQmeof someof
of the leases and I suppose it is sum sufficiently sumcientI sumciently ¬
ciently cientI bad under all ll the leases I Iwill Iwill IKill
will not venture into the details of ofthe oftke ofthe
the objections o > to the system and i ido 1do ldo
do not propose that our report shall shallventure shallenture shallventure
venture Into that Ime but that we weft wej wet1j
ft t1j j report the advantages and the thegood thegood thegood
good results that will be accomplish accomplished ¬
ed by placing the convicts of the thestate thestate thestate
state in constructing good roads in inthe intbe inthe
the state I know In n advance 8 vance that thats thaSUCA thatsuck
s suck ch a suggestion will meet with withpositive withprsitive withpositive
positive and strong objections it will willrun willI willrim willrun
I
run up against one of the most forceful force forceful forceiul ¬
ful inftue influences ces in the state but in my myjudgement m mjudgement myjudgement
judgement the public mind of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people will be in deep sympathy with withthe withthe withthe
the suggestion that the convicts be beput beput beput
put to making good roads No one onedenies onedeniM onedenies
denies that the good roads movement movementhas
has grown to such proportions that thatit
it has become a demand from every everypart everyptlrt everypart
part of the state but there will hard hardly hardIy hardly ¬
ly be any change made in the convict convictlease convictlease convictlease
lease system as far as the state con convicts conicts convicts ¬
victs are concerned for a long time timeUnfortunately timeUnfortunately timeUnfortunately
Unfortunately people charge to the thesystem thesystem thesystem
system adopted and operated by theBoard theBoard the theBoard
Board of State Institutions the scan scandalous seanosle scandalotre ¬
dalous osle > us and outrageous instances of oftreatment oftreatment oftreatment
treatment of county convicts that thathave thathave thathave
have stirred the public mind I thin thintI thinI
I assert a positive fact easily verified verifiedwh verifiedwhen
when wh w n I say sa that in every instance of ofinhuman ofinhumlln ofinhuman
inhuman treatment of convicts that thathas thathas thathas
has been made public it has been a acounty acounty acounty
county not a state convict that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the victim It certainly is the thepolicy tneOJiC thepolicy
policy OJiC and intention of the men who whohave wnbave whohave
have charge of these unfortunate unfortunatecreatures unfortunatecretules unfortunatecreatures
creatures to see that they the are hu humanely humanely humanely ¬
manely treated and to this every ef effort effort effort ¬
fort and care within their reach is isdirected isdiroot8d isdirected
directed
Governor Calls Home HomeI
I came upon it so suddenly that I Iwas Ias Iwas
was as startled bid In a tangle of the theforest theforest theforest
forest primeval right in the midst midstof midsof
of the town It is well named The TheGrove ThpGrove TheGrove
Grove the beautiful old home of Gov Governor
t ernor Call The handsome old man mansion manslon mansloe ¬
sloe sits well back In the 15acro 15acrotract 15acftrAct 15acretract
tract of woodland woo 1and all that is left of a amagnificent amagnificent
magnificent magni ceat estate It is directly at atthe atthe
the end of Adams the street that thatruns thtruns thatruns
runs from the west side of the Cap Capitol Capitol Capitol ¬
itol south toward Bellair and north northto northto
to the doorsteps of the famous old oldhome oldhome oldhome
home Four enormous columns of great greatheight grea greatheight t theight
height support the portlce that faces facesthe facesthe facesthe
the south and in spite of the ravages of oftime oftime oftime
time and the wild unkept desolation desolationof
of the grounds the tlaestately stately old house housewears housewears housewears
wears a genial ge lal warming look of ofwul ofwulcome welcome wel welcome ¬
come which makes it easy to imagine imag imagine ImagiJe ¬
ine what it must have worn in the thedays thedays thedays
days of its glory and its famed hos hospital hospltal1 hospitality ¬
pital pltal1IVlthln pitality pitalityRVithin ty tyWithin
Within a stones throw from the thegate thegate thegate
gate workmen are beginning the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building the Governors Mansion It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was always the dream and hope of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the late owner of The Grove Mrs El Ellea Ellen Ellen
len Call Long to sell the thaplace place to the thesfate thesrate thestate
state to be converted con rteclint into the official officialresidence officialresidence officialresidence
residence of the governor vernor of the thestate thestate thestate
state a hope that was not realized realizedPeople realizedPeople realizedPeople
People prefer modern mo ern comforts and andto andcoa andcoaveniencee
coa coaveniencee ieno8 to historic associations associationsContinued as associationsContinued alatf ns nsContlnucd
Continued on Page P geEight geEightJ4 Eight
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ROOSEVELT WILL VISIT VISITTHE VISITTHE VISIT2HE
THE IS ISTHMUS OF FAA PANAMA AMA
ACQUITTED ACQUITTEDOF
OF CHARGESGreen CU CHARGES CHAROLSConspiracy RGES RGESGreen
Green and Doremus Not Guilty of ofConspiracy ofConspiracy ofe
Conspiracy ConspiracyACQUITTLD and an Bribery in incuring Securing Se Securing e ¬
curing Busines BusinesBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 23 23The The acquit acquittal ¬
tal today of former State Senator SenatorGeorge SenatorGoorge SenatorGeorge
George E Green of New York and andWillard andTillard an anWillard
Willard D Doremus of f this city citymarks citymarks i imarks
marks the climax of a trial lasting lastingfor t I Ifor
for four weeks They were tried un under under ¬
der indictments charging conspiracy conspiracyand
and bribery connected with the sale saleof saleof J Jof i
of stamp stampcancelling cancelling machines to the thepostal thepostal 1 1postal
postal service The charge was wasbised wa1bsed wasbused
bused on allegations that they enter entered entered ¬
ed into a conspiracy with George W WBeavers V
Beavers by which they agreed agr ed to pay payhim pajhim payhim
him twentyfive twenty Yedollars dollars for each cancelling can cancelling cancelling ¬
celling machine made by theDore theDoremUg the Dore Doremus Doreritus ¬
mUg company sold through procurement procure procurement procUlrnent ¬
ment of Beavers BeaversUnderbid BeaversIGRAMPS BeaversI
CRAMPS LOWEST LOWESTBIDDERS LOWESTBIDDERS t
BIDDERS ON ONVESSElS ONVESSELS
VESSElS VESSElSUnderbid
Underbid New York nr Concern 45 45J ion
000 on Ships of South Carolina Carolinaand Car lina linaand
and an Michigan Class ClassBy ass assBy
By Associated Press PresstWteshington Presst ress ressfWf1shlngton
tWteshington t hIngton June i2g SSi SSiSons = ll1t ll1tCramp i1 i1Cramp
Cramp Sons Ship and Engine Englt Fn lneBuild lneBuilding ne Build Building ntiHding ¬
ing Co of Philadelphia was the low lowest lowest lowest ¬
est bidder today todafor for ships of the Michigan Mich Michigan Michigan ¬
igan and South Carolina type withmachinery with withmachinery withmachinery
machinery prescribed by the navy de department department department ¬
partment The bids includes the pre prescribed prescri prescrfbed ¬
scribed scri < bed machinery known as class c ass 1 1bids 1bids 1bids
bids add the Cramps offer to built builttshps builtsh buildships
ships sh ps of this type for 3540000The 3540000 3540000The 3540000The
The New York Ship Building Co Comade Comade 30 30made
made the next higher bid on this class class35S5000
35S5000 35S5000As
As one firm is allowed to build only onlyone onlyone I I Ione
one ship the second bid will doubtless doubtlessbe
be accepted if the department decides decidesto
to accept this plan for both ships shipswhich shipswhich shipswhich
which is regarded probable probableWILL probableILL probableWILL
t
WILL WILLANNUAL ILL DELIVER DELIVERANNUAL DELIVERANNUAL
ANNUAL ADDRESS ADDRESSDiR
DiR ANDREW SLEOQ OF STAT STATIUNIVERSITY STAThUNIVERSITY STATUNIIVERiSITY
UNIVERSITY WILL SPEAK SPEAKAT
AT HIGH HII G H SCHOOL COM COMMENCEMENT COMM COMMENCEMENT ¬
MENCEMENT MENCEMENTPensacollans M MENCEMENTPensacolians ENiCEMENTPensacoUans
Pensacollans will learn withpleas withpleasure with pleasure pleas pleasure ¬
ure that Dr Andrew Sledd president presidentof
of the University of Florida is to de deliever d dHever dliever
liever the annual address at the commencement com commencement commencement ¬
mencement exercises of the Pensa Pensacola pensacola Pensacola ¬
cola High School Dr Sledd is one oneof oneof oneof
of the foremost educators of the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south and his reputation as an ora orator orator orator
tor is also extensive He has quite quitea
a number of friends in this city who whoowill whowill whowill
will be glad to greet him upon his hisvisit hisvisit hisvisit
visit visitThe visitThe visitThe
The commencement exercises s oc occur occur occur ¬
cur next Friday night and nd extcn extcnsve extcnsvepreparations extcnn1vepreparatlons lve lvepreparations
preparations are being made for the theannual theannual theannual
annual event eventHOUSE eventtlOUSE eventHOUSE
HOUSE PASSED PASSEDPURE PASSEDPURE
0 PURE FOOD BILL BILLBy
By Associated Ass iated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 23 23T The e housepassed house housepassed housepassed
passed the pure food < bill today by avote a avote avote
vote of 240 to 117 117At I
At 430 4 30 the house took up the con conference confecence ¬ I Iferenca
ference report on the railroad rate ratebill ratebill ratebill
bill waiving the rule requesting the theprinting theprinting theprinting
printing of the report before consider consideration consideratlon consideranon ¬
anon After some debate the report reportwas reportwas reportwas
was adopted by b a vote of 216 to 4PACKING 4 4PACKING 4PACKING I
PACKING PLANT PLANTFORCED PLANTfORCED PLANTIORCD
FORCED TO CLOSE CLOSEBy
By Associated Press PressIxmisville PressLouisville PressLouisville
Louisville June 23 The Louisville LouisvillePacking Loutsvi11ePacking LouisvillePacking
Packing Co a plant belonging to tie tieCudahy TheCudahy heCudahy
Cudahy Packing Co of Chicago and andemploying andemploying andemploying
employing 3 3iO e0 0 men menrshut = shut down downfvr for fordefinite in indefinite n ndefinite ¬
definite period this t evening Themanager The Themanager Themanager
manager received orders to t closewith close closewith closewith
with only onl the reasons reasons therefor thereforNewspapers thereforNewspapers
Newspapers mudslinging and anverse aa aaverse aQerSe I
verse legislation
r
Will WilHeaye Leave eaYe Washl Washington a as s in on nin in October Octoberand Octoberand
and an Be e Absent Sent Three ThreeWeeks ThreeBe
I
Weeks WeeksWill WeeksJ WeeksWilrProbably Be s siroa J
t
Will WilrProbably iroa Probably Be a Accompanied Ac cc0manle cc0manlea ompanied by byTaft byTaft
Taft a and an Shonts ShontsVOYAGE ShontsVOYAGE ants antsVOYAGE
VOYAGE WILL BE MADE ON ONE ONEOF ONEOF ONEOF
OF THE BIG CRUISERS CRUI CRUISERSEXECU CRUISERSEXECUTIVE ElRSEXECU ElRSEXECUTIVE EXECU EXECUTIVE ¬
TIVE BELIEVES INTERESTS I OFPEOPLE OF OFPEOPUE OFPEIOPLIE
PEOPLE WILL BE SUBSERVED SUBSERVEDIF
IF HE HAS PERSONAL PERSdNIAiL F KNOWL KNOWLEDGE KNOWLElOOE ¬
EDGE OF CONDITIONS CONDITIONSBy
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By AssociatedPress AssociatedPressWashington Associated fPress JPressI fPressWashington
I Washington June Jm e > 23 2c3It It was an announced announced announced ¬
> nounced at the White House today todaythat todajthat todaythat
that President Roosevelt RooS lt will make a avisit avisit avisit
visit to the Isthmuaof Isthmus IsthmugofPanama of Panama next nextfall nextfall nextfall
fall He will leave Washington in Oc October Octaber October ¬
tober and be absent three weeks weeksNo weeksI weeksNo
I No details of the theHrip trip trip have been beenworked beeni beenworked
i worked out yet It is isltkely likely the thepres thepresident pres president president ¬
ident will be accompanied acco p8nied by Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Taft and Chairman Shonts of the theCanal theCanal theCanal
Canal Commission and nd the trip will willprobably wInprClbably willprobably
probably be taken on one of the big bigcruisers bigcruisers bigcruisers
cruisers but which j > one ope one has not yet yetbeen ytbeen n t tbeen
been decided decidedThe decidedThe decidedThe
The president has long de3ired tovisit to tovisit tovisit
visit the scene of the canal C nal and famiiarize famil familiarize ¬
iarize himself with the the actual ac ial situa sltuation situation sUuation ¬
tion there believing It it t would be of ofgreat orgreat ofgreat
great great advantage to himself himself and the theAmerican theAm theAmerican
American Am rican people if J til had personalknowledge personal personalknowledge personalknowledge
knowledge of the facts factsThe factSThe factsThe
The president has has1aQandOned hasp abandoned the theidea theidea theidea
idea of a western t tii iptluring lp p during uring the com coming coming corning ¬
ing autumn He rpceiyed r celved so many in invitations invJJlttlons invitations ¬
vitations that it was a5 impossible i to ac accept accept accept ¬
cept even a small fraction f ction of themand them themand themand
and decided to to8ive give up u up the trip tripDESTRUCTIVE tripJ tripCrAIMESV1L1cE
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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE FIREBy FIREBy
By Associated Press PressGainesville PressGainesville Presst
t Gainesville Fla June 23 23Fire 23Fire 23Fire
Fire here today caused a loss lossof 10SBof lossof
of about thirtyfive thir thirty llve thousand thousanddollars thousandg 5 5dollars
g dollars partially partlall y insured The Theprincipal Theprincipal Theprincipal
= principal losses are S J Thom Thomas
H as Co Merchant Company ski skiSaunders I ISoaunders
7 Saunders Earle and two cars carsof carsof 1
of the Air Tne and a ware wareI 3 3H
I H house belonging to the Allan Allantic t Ftic ttic
tic Coast Line LineWon LineGORNEll LineCORNELL
CORNELL CHEWS CHEWSVICTORIOUS CREISVICTORIOUS
VICTORIOUS IN INRACES INH
H RACES RACESWon
Won Two Out of Three Events Eventsat EventsatMeet at atMeet atrr1eet
Meet of Intercollegiate IntercollegiateRowing IntercollegiateHowing IntercollegiateRowing
Rowing Assn AssnBy Ass n nBY
By Associated A PressiPoughkeepsie Press PressPoughkeepsie Press1P0ughke
Poughkeepsie 1P0ughke psie N Y June 23 23lhe 23lheIntercollegiate 23TheIntercollegiate The TheIntercollegiate
Intercollegiate Rowing Asesociation Asesociationheld
held its annual regatta here todaythree today todaythree todaythr
three thr e events being rowed In two o owhich of ofwhich ofwhich
which Cornell was victorous taking takingsecond takingsecond takingsecond
second place in the other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The first event the fouroared fouroaredVarsity fouroaredVarsity fouroaredVarsity
Varsity race raC of two miles was won wonby wonby wonby
by Cornell in 103515 Syracuse was wassecond wassecond wassecond
second by thirteen seconds or five fivelengths fivelengths fivelengths
lengths behind Columbia third and andPennsylvania andPennsylvania andPennsylvania
Pennsylvania fourth fourthThe fourthThe fourthThe
The second race for freshman freshmaneightoared freshmaneightoared freshmaneightoared
eightoared two miles was won by hySyracuse bySyracuse bySyracuse
Syracuse in 95135 Cornell second secondWisconsin secondW secondWisconsin
Wisconsin W third Columbia fourth and andPennsylvania andPennsylvania andPennsylvania
Pennsylvania fifth fifthThe fifthThe fifthThe
The last event was the Varsityeightoared Varsity Varsityeightoared Varsityeightoared
eightoared race four miles which was waswon waswon waswon
won by Cornell in 193615 19 3615 with Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania second Syracuse thirdWisconsin third thirdWisconsin thirdWisconsin
Wisconsin fourth Columbia fifth and andGeorgetown andGeorgetown
Georgetown last lastKILLED lastKillED lastKILLED
KILLED FRIEND FRIENDBY fRENDBY FRNDBY
BY ACCIDENT ACCIDENTBy T TBy
By Associated Press PressAtlanta PressAtlanta PressAtlanta
Atlanta Ga June 23 23WI Wl H Plun Plunkett Plunkett Plunkett
kett night watchman for the Western Westernand Westernand Westernand
and Atlantic railroad was accidental accidentally ¬
ly shot and killed today by b W J JBrown JBrown JBrown
Brown an employee of the same com company company company ¬
pany The men were close friends friendsand frJendsand friendsshooting
and the shooting occurred while Browa Browawas BrOWlwas Browawas
was was cleaning a pistol Both oth were wereyoung wereyoung wereyoung
young men and unmarried unmarriedt
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HARD U4RDTO TO GET GETDepartment GETDepanment GETDepartment
Department Department Believes Indictment Indictmentof
of Leaders of Standard StandardCould StandardCould tandardCould
Could Not Be BeSecured BeSecuredBy Secured SecuredBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressiWashington
Washington June 23 23Although 23Althoughthe Although Althoughthe
the department of justice has an announced announcedits announced ¬
nounced nouncedits its intention to commence commencecriminal commencecriminal commencecriminal
criminal proceedings against the Stan Standard Standard Standard ¬
dard Oil Co the intimation is give givesthat giveathat givethat
that it is doubtful if indctments can canbe canbe canbe
be found foundn aganst such men as a John D DRockefeller DRockefeller DRockefeller
Rockefeller H H Rogers and John JohnD
D A Archbold rchbold Department officals in intimated inUmated intimated ¬
timated that while the department departmentwould
would press the prosecutions vigor vigorously vigorousIy vigorously ¬
ously it doubted if the Standard offi officials o ofilrcials i icials ¬
cials could be reached d any an more than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the presidents of f railways railwaysWe
We are not after mere clerks but butthe butthe butthe
the responsible officials offi lal8 who have havebeen haveL havebeen havebeen
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been violating the law said a prom prominent prominent prominent ¬
inent official officialAttorney officialAttorn officialAttorney
Attorney Attorn General Moody refused to tosay fosay tosay
say when and where the prosecution prosecutionwould prosecutlolwould prosecutionwould
would be commenced commencedCaptain COIIlIuencedOFFICERS commencedOFFICERS
OFFICERS HERE HEREFOR HEREFOR
FOR EVERITTCOOPER EVERITT EVERITTCOOPER
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District istrictReach Attorney Trainer TrainerReach TrainerReach
Reach the Ciiy CiiyCaptain CiiyICapt GUyCaptain
Captain ICapt in Merideth one of Sheriff SheriffMat Sh SheaffMat f fIat
Mat Longs special deputies and As Aisistant Assistant A AsIstant ¬
sistant Prosecuting Pr secuUng Attorney Trainer Trainerboth Traiucrhoth Trainerboth
both of New Orleans reaches the city cityyesterday citrpsterday y yyesterday
yesterday morning coming after afterEevrett afterEevrettCooper afterEevrett
Eevrett EevrettCooper Cooper the young man who whovas whoWftS whowas
vas captured last week by Marshal MarshalSchad MarshalSchad MarshalSchad
Schad and who Is wanted in New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans for breaking jail jailContemplating jailContemplating jailContemplating
Contemplating that probably a legal legalfight legalfight legalfight
fight would be made to prevent Coop Cooper
er being carried to New Orleans Mr MrTrainer MrTrainer Ir IrTrainer
Trainer who is connected with the theprosecuting th thprosecuting theprosecuting
prosecuting attorneys office accom accompanied accornlanied accompanied ¬
panied the special speclaldeputy deputy and if ifthere ifthere ifthere
there are any legal proceedings in instituted intituted instituted ¬
stituted he will represent New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leansThe leans leansTha leansTh
The officers visited the city jail yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday morning and saw Cooper Cooperwhom Cooperwhom Cooperwhom
whom Captain Merideth identified as asthe asthe asthe
the boy who escaped from New Or Orleans Orleane Orleans ¬
leans nearly two years ago agoCooper agoCooper agoCooper
Cooper was yesterday turned over overby overb overby
by b the city authorities to the county countywhere countywhere countywhere
where he is held for being a fugitivefrom fugitive fugitivefrom fugItivefrom
from justice As he will not return returnwithout returnwithout returnwithout
without a requisition the necessary necessarypapers ne necessarypapers c5sary c5sarypapers
papers have been applied for and will willprobably wlllprobably willprobably
probably arrive arr e during the early por portion portion portion ¬
tion of this week Both officers will willremain willremain willremain
remain here until they arrive arriveIt
It is possible that legal proceedings proceedingswill proce c1higs c1higswill
will be instituted to free Cooper at atleast atleast atleast
least it has been spoken spok n of ofSUMMARY ofSUMMARY ofSUMMARY
SUMMARY OF OFTHE OfTHE OUYesterday
THE WEATHER WEATHERYesterday
Yesterday was one of the warm warmdays warmdays warmdays
days Of the year and those who were werecompelled werecompelled
compelled to be out in the sun during duringthe I
the middle of the day and afternoon afternoonfelt
felt the heat considerably The max maximum maxImum maximum ¬
imum temperature yesterday accord according according accordlug
ing to weather bureau bureaft burea statistics was wasSO wassa wasSO
SO degrees feat dt t 310 3 10 if P m while the theminimum theminimum theminimum
minimum was 79 degrees at 5 a m mObserverReed mObserver mObserver
ObserverReed Observer Reed in his daily sum summary summary summary ¬
mary of weather conditions yesterday yesterdaysaid yeSterdasaid
said saidUA
saidA UA A trough of low barometric pres pressure pressure pressure ¬
sure extends across the country this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning from the Rio Grande Valley Valleyto Valleto
to the t eSt St Lawrence Valley with wl > h de depressions jepressions depressions ¬
pressions In northern Texas and On Ontario Ontario Ontario ¬
tario Showery weather prevails in inArkansas inArkansas inArkansas
Arkansas Missouri and Nebraska NebraskaHeavy Nebra3klHeaVrain NebraskaHeavy
Heavy HeaVrain rain has fallen in parts of ofMissouri ofnss ofMissouri
Missouri nss uri and Pennsylvania The Thenorthwestern T Thenorthwestern e enorthwestern
northwestern pressure pre5 Llre area has in increased increased increased ¬
creased in strength and is moving movingeastward moyingeastward movingeastward
eastward over the northern RockMountain Rock RockyMountain RockMountain
Mountain Q districts stricts Light frost isreported is isreported Isreporfed
reported from Yellowstone Park with witha
a minimum temperature of 32 de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees Temperatures have risen generally gen generally 3tnerally ¬
erally from Oklahoma to North Caroina Caro CaroUna CaIhlina
Una and have fallen decidedly in inMaine inMaine inMaine
Maine MainePartly f fTartly 11partlr
Tartly Cloudy loudy w8t1 weacher her er is indicated indicatedfor
for this section sec ion tonight t < and Sunday Sundaywith Sunclnwith Sundaywith
with light to fresh south to south southwestwinds southwest southwest ¬
west westwinds winds
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Special to The The Journal JournalFlorala JournalFlorala JournalFlorala
Florala Ala June 23 23The The annual annualcelebration annualcelebration annualcelebration
celebration of St Johns Johtits day occurr occurracheretoday occurrheret ec echeretodays
heretoday heret heretodaysand < rday and hundreds hun reds of visitorsfrom visitors vidltorsfrom visitorsfrom
from nearby towns and the surrounding surround surrounding surrounding ¬
ing section crowded the streets of ofthe O ofthe f fthe
the city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The day was a gala ga a one and the thepeople thepeople
people peop 1 began arriving arrlvingJearly I early this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing By 10 oclock there there was an im immense immenSe immense ¬
mense crowd present to heal the ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses of prominent imen and partici participate participate participate ¬
pate in the celebrationThe celebration celebrationThe celebrat on onThe
The celebration n is one hne which is an annually annually annually ¬
nually carried out to commemorate commemoratethe
the achievments and progress of Flor Florala Florala Florala ¬
ala for the preceding past twelve twelvemonths twelvemonths twelvemonths
months and this flourishing rlty rltynever rttynever rltynever
never han a more 4PPr 4ppropriate ° Priate celebration cele eelsbration celebration
bration than the th onejtoday onejtodayAn one itoday itodayAn
An immense barbecue was served servedunder servedunder servedunder
under the th shade of + frees rees near the thetown thetown thetown
town and was one off of the chief evens evensof evensof
of the day i iThe IThe I
The speakers dwelfi dwell upon the thrift thriftand thriftand thriftand
and industry of the Citizens and the thagenreal th91 thegenreal
genreal progress and an prosperity of ofFlorala otFlorala ofFlorala f
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Sharon Ga June X23tFhe 123 23llh The mother motherof
of W P PMcKeon McKeon s ji prominent citi citizen citizen citizen ¬
zen was burned to heath this after afternoon afterItoon afteritoon ¬
Itoon Her home was w s discovered on onfire onfire onfire
fire and the old lay entered thehouse the thehouse theh
house h se to save some valuable papers paperswas paperswas
was overcome By sjmolce mdke and an could coutdnot c couldnot utd utdnot
not be rescuedKANSAS rescued i iKANSAS IKANSAS
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Topeka Kas June Ju Jui t e 23 23Governor 23GovernorHoch Governor GovernorHoch
Hoch today sent dispatches to officials offi officials officials ¬
cials of the Santa Fe railroad and andchairman andchairman andchairman
chairman of the Western W stern Passenger PassengerAssociation PassengerAssociation PassengerAssociation
Association at Chicago Chlca o saying Kan Kansas Kansas Kansas ¬
sas must have eight Ithousand thousand harvest harvesthands harvesthands harvesthands
hands within a week or much of the thecrop thecrop thecrop
crop will be lost I jappeal ppeal to youi you youSMITH youSMIT
SMITH ANDJ AND i i it iIN HO WELL OWELLIN WELLIN
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By Associated d Press PressAtlanta PressAtlanta PressI PressAtlanta
Atlanta June 23Hoke 23 I Hoke oke Smith and andClark andOlark andOlark
Olark Howell candidates candidates candl ates for the dem democratic democratic democratic ¬
ocratic nomination for governor of ofGeorgia ofGeorgi ofGeorgia
Georgia met In the third hird joint debate debateof
of the catnpaign at i Rome today A Alarge Alarge Alarge
large audience greeted the speakers speakerswho
who spoke along litres already famil familiar familiar familiar ¬
iar to the voters of Georgia peorgiaNEWS GeorgiaNEWS GeorgiaI GeorgiaNEWS
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St Andrews June + 23 23lIr Mr and Mrs MrsG
G M West of Chlpago Chi ago are visiting visitingMr
Mr and Mrs F A AI Wjtherill at the thePalms thePalms I IPalms
Palms but intendj leaving soon for forPanama forPanama forPanama
Panama City where sMr Mr West is largely large largelyinterested largelylnterested ¬
lyinterested lyinterestedThe ly interested interestedThe
The schooner Lu4y LtJ y H and launch launchDorothy launchDoroth launchDorothy
Dorothy have bee sold to Mr Tom TomSayles TomSayles TornSayles
Sayles of Anderson Andersoti by Mr Ir L M MWare MWllre MWare
Ware and the large schooner be belonging belonging belonging ¬
longing to Mr Studebaker Stu 1ebaker has been beenbought beenbought beenbought
bought by b Mr Ware WarejMr I Ir
Mr r Claude Connell of Wtewahltchka Wtewahltchkaspent
spent Sunday night with his aunt auntMrs aunttfTS auntMrs
Mrs Joe Gainer GainerMr I Ilr
Mr E Day Da aftera atter i a years ears absence absenceis
is visiting his mothrJudge mother motherJudge moth r rTudge
Judge and Mrs i Richardson with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their attractive little llt le son of Mont Montgomery Montgomer Montgomery ¬
gomery Ala were in town a fewhours fe few fewhours w whours
hours on Saturday Satur < 1ao i They The with a par party party party ¬
ty pf friends have been been enjoying thetarpon the thetarpon thetarpon
tarpon fishing in ou5 ou out waters for sever several several ¬
al weeks and are stopping at hotel hotelTarpon hotolTarpon hotelTarpon
Tarpon in Panama city 6ityAt cityAt It ItAt
At the meeting o o4 the school board boardon
on Monday night the selection of ofteachers ofteachers ofteachers
teachers for the fejll n term t nn of school schoolIn
In St Andrews wasj was made In favor of ofMisses oflsses ofMisses
Misses lsses E Young and Ethel Bakerwho Baker Bakerwho Bakerwho
who have so efficiently taught thisschool this thisschool
school for two years yearsMr yearsIr yearsMr
Mr Ir W B Wynnf and family of ofMarianna ofrarinnna ofMarianna
Marianna are located in the th old St StAndrews StAndrews StAndrews
Andrews hote for lthe the summerMr summer summerMr
Mr 11 and Mrs John Purcell are visiting visit visiting visiting ¬
ing in Econfina this week weekMr weekIr weekfir
Mr Ir Wm Bryan f and family Mm fly of ofGreenwood ofGreenwood ofGreenwood
Greenwood are enjoying en oYing an an outinghere outing outinghere outinghere
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cussion in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedCates > >
States Cates Senate SenateCONFIRMS SenateCONfiRMS
CONFIRMS BARNES BARNESFor
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For Postmaster at Washington WashingtonVote by byVote byVote
Vote o of 36 to 16 16DRAMATIC 16CFtAMA
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DRAMATIC CFtAMA lllC SCENES IN EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVESESSION E EXECUTIVESESSION ECUTIVESESSION
SESSION WHEN NOMINATION NOMINATIONOF NM NOMgMAT NATION ION IONOF 1 1OF
OF t3 BAIRNEiS WAS UNDER CON CONSIDERATION CONiSID CONSIDERAmEON
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Washington June 23The 23 The nomina nomination nomination nominarr nominartion r ftI
tion of Benjamin F Barnes secretary secretaryto t
to the president to be postmaster atWashington at atWashington atWashington
Washington was confirmed by the thesenate thesenate thesenate > I
senate late this afternoon by a vote voteof voteof36to16 l lot I
of of36to16 of36to16By 36 to 16 16By 16By
By the same vote the resolution resolutionwas 10 10as e
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was as defeated providing for f r an inves Investigation 1 1tigation
tigation of the incident in March whenby when whenby T Thy >
by the order of Mr rr Barnes MrsMinor Mrs MrsMinor l lUnor
Minor Morris was ejected from theWhite the theWhite th t
White House HouseThe HouseThe HouseThe
The procedure in the executive sea session 1 1sion I Ision
sion of the senate nate wa was s exceedingly exceed ngly Y Ynramatic 4 4dramatic r
r dramatic Senator Tillman went over j jthe
I the testimony he had gathered d pre 1 1paratory f fparatory 1 1paratory
paratory to offering It to the committee commit J Jtee I Itee
tee when It refused to enter into anInvestigation an aninvestigation > I IInvestigation
investigation of the Morris incident incideurSenator rt rtSenator r rSenator
Senator Tillman drew from under underhis underhis i ihis
his desk the black site skirt worn by byMrs byMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs Morris when she was carried ordragged or ordragged + t tdragged
dragged as he declared from the theWhite 3Y 3YWhite j t tWhite
White House The skirt was torn tornand f fand Jand
and muddy showing clearly cl rly the im intprints m mf y yprints
prints of shoes shoesNo shoesNo i iI
f I No attempt was made by any sea senatbr seaator j jatbr
atbr to defend the action of th the po police police police
lice Senator Carter said if th there therehad < r e ehad V4 V4had
had + been any assault a sult oa Mrs rrs Mor Martis f fris r rtkepoUce <
ris the tkepoUce police were alone to bfettR 1JJ iRv I1 PlIe I1He t tHe
He said Barnes wag sot responsible responsiblefor e 1 1far <
for what happened outside of the tMoffices theoffices l loffices
offices officesSenator officesSenator officesSenator
Senator Tillman gave notice that thathe thatbe thathe
he would repeat in open session next nextTuesday nextTuesday nextTuesday
Tuesday the remarks he bad b d madabehind madabehind mada madebehind
behind closed doors that the people peopleof
I of the country might be made famil familiar taml1i familjar
i iar with the entire affairVITAL affair affairVITAL atrairVITAL
VITAL STATISTICS STATISTICSOF
OF PAST WEEK WEEKREOORD 4 4RECORD IRECORD
RECORD OF MARR MIARRIIAGSS AGBS BIRTHS BIRTHSAND BIRTHSAND BIRTHSAND
AND DEATHS AS OFFICIALLY OtFFtCIALLYRECORIDED L LRECORDED Yr YrRECORDED
RECORDED RECORDEDThe
The following Is a record of the thevital thevital jy jyvital
vital statistics of the past week as astaken astaken astaken
taken from the records of the countyjudge county countyjudge countyjudge
judge and city clerk clerkMarriages clerkMarrIages clerkMarriages
Marriages MarriagesWhite MarrIagesWhiteW MarriagesWhiteW
White WhiteW W F Hansen to Sarah E ERobertson ERobertson HRobertson
Robertson Bastlno Patine to Bettie BettleLinton BettieLinton v vLinton
Linton Stephen E Williams to Thora ThoraRhenberg ThoraRhenberg ThovaRhenberg
Rhenberg C H KT Olsen to Alma AlmaHandyside AlmaHandyslde AlmaHandyside
Handyside Edward C Pyle to Eva EvaW EvaV Bvaw
W V Anderson AD erson Peter Genere to Emma EmmaMerretta EmmaMerretta EnemaMerretta
Merretta Arthur J Williams to rag Maggle bfaggie raggie
gie Bergin P A Rutherford to L V VHobbs VHobbs VHobbs
Hobbs Arthur G Bryan to tLula May MayBray MayBray taY taYBra
Bray Bra W E Colvin to Mabella An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews Frank A Booner to Louise LouisaHandlon LouiseHandlon LouiseHandlon
Handlon HandlonColored HandlonColoredGeorge HandlonColoredGeorge
ColoredGeorge Colored George Roberts to Jose Josepbine Jospblne Josepbine
pbine Beard John N Carter to Mary MaryKing MaryKing MaryKing
King Alonzo Potter to Ella James JamesFItts JamesPlUs JamesPitts
PlUs Richard RlchardSalter Salter to Carrie King KingCooper KingCooper KingCooper
Cooper llohnson to Lizzie Hicks Wil Wilhe Willie VUhe
he Lopez to Eksle Williams Rash Rashbell hashbell R6sbtell
bell Whittington to Kate Hernandez HernandezNed
Ned Edmons to May Thomas John JohnDunn JohnDunn JohnDunn
Dunn to Mamie Taylor TaylorBirths TaylorBirths TaylorBirths
Births BirthsWhite BirthsWihitcTo BirthsW
White WihitcTo W To S D Bennett and wife wifea
a boy to W A North Norlhworth worth and andwife andwife oil oilwife
wife a boy to H W Roberts and andwife andwire andwife
wife a boy boyColored boyColoredTo boyColoredTo
Colored ColoredTo To James Long and wife wifea
I a tyy to Will Streety and wife a aboy abo
boy bo to C PtnUtoft Phrk ton and wife a girl girlto girlto girlto
to Richard Gaston and wife a girl girlDeaths Pt1Deaths girlDeaths
Deaths DeathsWhite DeathsWbIteQutnon DeathsWhiteQuinon
White WbIteQutnon Quinon O Hoe 47 years yearsabcww ro yearsabcess rs rsabcetMI
abcww of liver infant of W H HRoberts HRoberts HRoberts
Roberts still stnlborn stnlbornColored born bornColored bornColored
Colored AzeU JiCoore ogre 19 years yearstyphoid yearstrphoin Mrs MrstvpholQ1
typhoid fever infant of Will Streets Streetvstillborn StfetTlIItillborn Streetsstillborn
stillborn infant of S TcCall > stillborn still stillborn sunborn ¬ I
born infant of J Lester atiitbora atiitboraInfant 8tUNJorRinfa MiilbornInfant
Infant infa t of John H Freer Jr I months monthscholera monthsckolera monthscholera
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OF JULY EXCURSION RATES RATESThe RATESTho RATESThe
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The Louisville and Nahril Rail Railroad Railroad t troad +
road has begun un posting bills adrertla adrertlaIng adyerUaing advertising
Ing Its ltsFourth Fourth of July excursion rates ratesto
to different points on Its line aad aadis itIs It Itis
is expected that quite a crowd of pea pe0ple peapie f fpie
pie will take advantage of the reduced reducedfare
fare to come to PenMcoa upon this thisoccasion f foccasion foccasion
occasion occasionThe occasionTIle occasionThe
The rate for fortbe the round trip this thteyer thteyeris W year yearis
is one and a third fare tickets going goingon gainon
on s MIa le on the tk 2nd and rexsainia g good gooduntil goo < < I Iuntil runtil
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