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VOLUME V. NEWPORT, ARKANSAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1905. NUMBER ?82.
————m — GETS CHANGE Of VENUE. Senator Gross Will Be Tried at His Home in Perryville. Little Rock, Nov. 23.-Prose cuting Attorney Rhoton was no tified last night by Murphy & Lewis, attorneys for Senator A. T. Gross, that they would today ask for a change of venue in the two cases in which Senator Gross is charged with perjury and so liciting a bribe. These cases are set for trial in the circuit court, and until last evening no definite announcement had been made as to whether they would be tried. Senator Gross declared yester day that he did not know what course he would pursue. Mr. Rhoton was notified last' night, however, that the court j would be asked to grant a change1 of venue, and that the affidavits which are required to support the application were ready to be j filed this morning. Mr. Rhoton,; having had no notice that the; case would not be tried, had pro ceeded with his arrangements, I and a number of witnesses were to have left St. Louis last night. He notified them, however, be-j fore they left St. Louis that ; their presence would not be j necessary today. The cases of Senator Gross will j be sent to Perry county,,and will i probably be placed on the docket . .-for the February term. -- l IN SOCIETY. J EUCHRE CLUB. _Qne pf‘__thf. most original and i artistically carried out social j events of the season was the progressive euchre given by Mr. and M' j. H. E. Cobb Thursday j evening, the occasion being the . entertainment of the Euchre Club, this being their initial meeting of the season and which will meet fortnightly during the remainder of the social season. Six tables with four playefs at each were arranged, the score being kept by Mrs. H. E. Cobb, and Miss Nell Rhodes. Cut flowers of white chrysanthe-j mums and pink roses were ar-j ranged tastefully throughout the | house, lending beauty and fra grance to the delightful occasion. A course luncheon was nicely served which added further to the evening’s enjoyment. The ladies’ prize was won by Mrs. J. L. Jones, who was awarded a hand-painted plate, the gentle man’s prize being easily carried off by Arthur Fels, his prize be ing a handsome picture. TV»p cmpst list included the fol lowing gentlemen and their wives: J. L. Jones, E. B. Wil mans, B. W. Stainback, -Charles G. Henry, Gus Martin, R. M. Johnson, Arthur Fels, Charles H. ,‘Wilmans, W. W. McMinn; Misses Nell Rhodes, Noreene /Kinman, Mary Bailey, Hester Phillips, Margaret Beattie, Mes srs. Charles E. Carroll, W. T. Parish, J. L. Bevens, T. D. Kin man. CLOVER CLUB. Mrs. Charles G. Henry was the hostess to the weekly meet ing of the Clover Club Thuisday afternoon, which proved a de light to all present. The, members present, with invited guests, were Mesdames A. D. Bailey, S. M. Taggart, W. W. McMinn, 0. D. Watson, C. W. Beard, L. Hirsch, Guy Brown and E. L. Maris. Penn-Wyoming Copper is ad vancing. Buy now7. 73btf MURDER MYSTERY. Remains of England Citizen Found Badly Muti ated on Railroad Track. Malvern. Nov. 23.—The re mains of R. 0. Walker of Eng land, Ark., were found on the Iron Mountain railroad track six miles north of Malvern Wednes day morning. The body had been dragged fully 500 feet by the tram, this causing a bad con dition of mutilation. The coro ner’s jury rendered a verdict to the effect that he was supposed to have been killed by a train, but the coroner expresses his personal opinion that the man was murdered and the body afterwards placed upon the track. Bank of England de posit certificates were found upon his person aggregating $2,575, Walker’s brother is cashier of the Bank of England. Haynes After the Pay. Little Rock, Nov. 23.—Maj. Gen. W. H. Haynes, command ing the Arkansas State Guard, has gone to Washington, D. C., by order of Gov. Davis, for the purpose of conferring with the war department with reference to the approval of the pay-rolls for the payment of the militia men recently engaged in the quarantine service in the State. There is about $12,500 due them, and the money is now in the bank here, but cannot be dis bursed until after the pay-rolls have been approved. Gov. Davis has assured Maj. Haynes that upon his return he will see that not only the pay of the men is disbursed, as the war department may order, but that the outstanding accounts, which amount to about the same figure, are paid. Rogers Gaining Votes. Black Rock, Nov. 23.-Atty. Gen. Bob Rogers, eanditate for governor, spoke here yesterday afternoon to a large and enthus iastic audience. He was intro duced by Harry Ponder as being one of the truest and most hon orable men that he had the pleasure of serving with in the legislature. Mr. Rogers’ speech was closely followed by his hear ers and applauded not only by his many friends, but also by,the Jeff' Davis men in the audience. His vindication against the at tacks of Jeff Davis, who spoke ,here a few weeks ago, made him many votes. The copies of the Cook-Rogers note that Mr. Davis has flooded the country with are undoubtedly making many votes for Rogers. The greatest of all newspapers is the Daily Globe-Democrat, of St. Louis. It has no equal or rival in all the west and ought to be in the hands of every reader of any daily paper. It costs, by mail, postage prepaid Daily in cluding Sunday one year, $6.00; 6 months, $3.00; 3 months, $1.50; Daily without Sunday, one year, $4.00; 6 months, $2.00; 3 months, $1.00; Sunday Edition,-a big newspaper fand magazine com bined, 48 to 76 pages every Sun day, one year, $2.00; 6 months, $1.00. A subscription for the Globe-Democrat at these prices, is the best possible newspaper investment. Send your order today or write for free sample copy to Globe Printing Company, St, Louis, Mo. See advertise ment of the “twice-a-week” is sue of the Globe-Democrat else where in this paper. Don’t wait to see cut glass, but corne ap( ^ee a* swell line at Mosby's. 78’otf . i IMMIGRATION DEPOT, ELLIS ISLAND, NEW YORK. i « New Yorkers who ^'isit this inter 1 esting place on a Winter day put or | the great Scotch Cheviot DOUBLE BREASTED CROFTON OVERCOAT labeled a long, loose, broad-shouldered coat of unequalled style and the most comfortable garment ever made for tours and out door occasions. The makers’ guarantee, and ours, with every garment bearing this label. We are exclusive agents Yiere. jStarClothifigCo. I * 10NESB0R0 RAISES EUND. Town After Location of Presby terian Synodical College. I I Jonesboro, Nov. 23.—Last 1 night the Jonesboro Commercial Club held an enthusiastic meet ing, the chief object of which was to take steps to secure the Presbyterian Synodical College that is soon to be erected by the Presbyterian church of the state. Rev. Mr. Grigsby, pastor of the church at this place, and a member of the committee to lo cate the college, was present and i spoke of the school and of the offers that had been received from other towns*,in the state. He said that if the proper in ducement could be offered oy Jonesboro he was sure the school could be secured. ; Speeches were made^ by sev eral present, and in a few min utes there was $20,000 in sight for the location of the school. A committee was appointed to sol icit subscriptions for donations, and it is thought that as much as $50,000 can be raised. 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