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I I HORROR FOLLOWS HORROR HORRORDeath
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1 Death and Disaster from fro011remendolls fro011remendollsCloudburst Tremendous TremendousCloudburst Tremendoust
t Cloudburst in inSoutli South Carolina
HALF A HUNDRED I1VNDR D DEAD DEADGreat DEADGreat DEADr DEAD3roat
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Great Cotton Mills Mlllslt t rift riftandVlcinity Pacolotand pa paand
and andVlcinity Vicinity Totally De Destroyed Destroyed Dostroyed ¬
stroyed by a Mighty MightySwirling MightySwirling MightyI MightySwlrflng
Swirling Deluge Delugelist
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list of Fatalities Ma May Equal Gaines Gainesville Galnoaf ¬
ville and U Now w Holland Holl nd Horror HorrorWhile HorrorI
I f While Property Loss la Mil Milllom Million MUflons
lion Hljhcr Higherscenes Scenes of off off ofr
f Devastation DevastationFollowing lel18tlltlonV lel18tlltlonFollowing VevastatlonFo1IoLng
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Following closo up to dlro havoc havooof havoooftho ot ottho oftho
tho Btovm ton king nt Galnoivlllo and NOW NOWHolland 4owIoland W WI
I Holland Ga camo nntUcr nnl Lhcr terrible terriblevisitation torrlblosltntJon torrbtoI
I visitation ot tho uppoi ttPpol1enla icnts upoii41iO upon uponttio uponI
41iO < ttio O thriving mill ml1llolD town Iacolot 1l1cototl1n 1l1cototl1n11fton and andXHlfton anlOIfton
I XHlfton near Spartanbiug fI 8 0 Fri
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v Th6 black domon of destruction do doecendod der
r 1 ecendod IC lC1ed In tho form of n orrlflo water wateri watorp9ut
i i spout 1I119utnnd and cloudourst t shortly after tho thoshades thOt ho hobfld
shades bfld of evening o nlng had enveloped tho thoi thoi1nt
i t llont big blgcoUon cotton mills which support lIulJPortI supportthes
tbcs thesebusy bps textile communities Tho Thovqry Thov Thoqri
1 I v vqry rl bottom seemed to havo fallen out outof outt
t of Ufi tho heavens and In a for moments momentsi
i i tho cclosllal Niagara had swollen tho thogreat thoBrent ho hoI
jv great dams threo In numbor lying In Intho Intho Jnyk
I tho narrow valley above tho ho thrco big bigtnllls bIgmill bgnIII
yk tnllls nIII until tho tnasslvo masonry could couldno couldno couldnq
> no resist re bt tho tremendous pressure pressureM prcssureI
M f t but b utburat burst asunder n Illto a pasteboard pasteboardbarrier pnsloboa1nj pnatoboitrdbrirrior
barrier On as quick as thought tho thoWild thoJIll thoilt1
j Wild JIll wall of water swept down upon upontho upoltho upontho
tho hugo brick mills with tholr en enf envlrnnlns envIroni
I vlronlng vIroni g rows of cottages crushing crushingtheir cruahlngtheir crushingthOI
f
their stcclglrdcrcd atcel girdered wnllo as though thoughthoy thoughI thoughtboy thoughthey
they wcro oro ro egg shells si 11s nnd carrying carryingt carryingupon
I t upon its seething churning surface surfacehundreds Durlllcoi outfacebundrods
II i hundreds of frarao cottages ns though thought thoughtbeiycro
t t Jb1Ycro tb yVfcrocorko yVfcrocorkoi co coO coOThe 1o 1oI
I i The property destruction was com comf coml comrniote
f plotp iote tho brIck II and machinery ot tho thoK ho hoIi
Ii l K 1 i f thrco mills mll being scattered for mlloj mllojdown mlld3down mIioIown
1 down the valley and mingled with the thowood thet
t 1 kindling wood do vis Ia of Iho opera operllttv opcrattyo
1 ttv lives1 l cottages COttai and uproourd troo trooI
I 1 most of tho Inhabitants
of Pncolet PcooLan4 and nd Clifton hnd been suffi sufficiently BuffiCIOhlyatnrmM eufflI ¬
I ciently CIOhlyatnrmM alarmod by tll tho ho menacing us uspoet nopoet o of
f poet p ct of f the heavens shortly boforp the thocloudburst tboclo theI
cloudburst clo dburlL to cause them to loo to tim thobluffs t110U timb1uI
f bluffs and n n d highlands above a the narrow narrowvalley narrowlvallo nsrrowvaUoy
U I lvallo valley In Inwhlctl which they lived and thin thinwlso lhlleIao thbiI
I wlso Iao precaution saved hundreds of ofi o ohumnud
i humnud lives A tow ow lingered too toolong tpolong too1ong
long In tho valley of death deathHalf del1lbHnlf deathHalf
Half a Hundred Known Dead beadTbo DeadTho DeadTho
Tho latent reports place the ost ostRiatQd esU esUc oBtJatQd
c f RiatQd at atQd loss of Ufo at fiftyfive Tho Thoknown 1hoI rhocnOWn
I > known kn wn dpnd c1l1ndilro c1l1ndilroAt d nd arc arcAt arcAt
At Clifton Mills MIIIIN No 3 aMrs Mrs Will WiltKlrby WillXirly
1 Klrby Ilrl Miss 11 II a Maggie hlrby Mrs John JohnOwens JohntA JohnOwens
tA i Owens OWonrllmd and her four children Mr MrHall Mrj Mr1ii1l
j Hall and his eight children Mr and andMrs I1tHtI andMrs
I Mrs Eldorn Garland Long Mrs Mm Qnr Onrtand Qar1fl1i
> 1 land Long LongBam Bam Bwalngan Mrs 8am 8amt
I > t fftl Bwplngnn flngnt1 Miss ss Flotn Ooss QosaAt Oossf OossAt
At Clifton Mills No Augustus 2AugtititcValvcrt 2 2AuBuduort Augustusi
rt i Calvcrt c Mrs Augustus All UStIlS Calvorl Lucy LucyCalvort I LucyCalved ue ueit
it Calved Foylix IoyJlxCII Culvert vert lloborn Fill FillJoy JiluJoy liiiI
f I Joy 3o Mrs rr ro Iiobort Flnlcy Pinleymul and their flvo flvoboardcm n 0 0boarders
4 boarders Mra D F 1o Fltiloy Mrs II IIB IIi IIH
i B Johnson and four children three throoWilliams thr03j threeI
i Williams children Mario Sims 81msList 8lmsLIst SimsList
List of tho known dead Is now no V 43 43nnd 43f 43nud
j f A and there are arotmown known to bo fourteen lourteel1j
j k otherlldr drowned wncll at Baltic and Clifton
nilllR No 2 Total 67 67Five 111Fho 7 7p >
t
p Five bodies have been recovered recoveredone rQcoveroenno
one ot which lin has been Mcntlflo1 lltenttnD1tuc i e eIjuc b bLucy
Lucy tuc Oivort Jllivort and the other two as asMaggie as1nggto
> Maggie 1 Klrby Irb trby an and UIabll thrao children ron of ofMra orIffh ofil4
il4 S Mra Williams n 1 8 Johnson who whowas whor vIioSM
SM r S was o reported to have drowned hftcr hftcrhaving hflerI ftor ftorhivIng
Iffh t bA having vhlS clung ll1n to ton a liouae top from Clin Clinton Cllni ¬
I i i S ton down to Pacolot n distance of ofeight ofJgltt ofq
q eight rollos who when last sec lIecllwptt lIecllwpttover wont wontover woLaver
over the dam at Pncolot cacnpo1 by bycatching 1Iyclltchlnlt bycatching
catching to tllO ho ovcfhdnglu o thd 18Iu hough bugliaof houghofn
of ofn a trod returned o Cllft6li 611tt Sunday hSllndnYonly Bilndayonly Sundayonly
only to find that his wlfo and four chit ctilldron c1ldron chite4
e4 dron wore all drowned nl1ltrownedBomo drownedSome I
Bomo of the nctiml scones scen along thec the thobanks lhobllnko
c banks of tho river wore find nd beyond beyondportraynl bo boontlS nr nrportraynl
S portraynl While tho flood ood was at Us Usheight Hal Itsheight
height scores of persons floated down I
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i WAR SHIPS OFF OF CHiNA8Ignlflcant CHINA CHINASignificant CHINASIUlncant
Significant Movement of orUnclo Undo OnmVctiela Cam CamM nm nmVellelo
M Vessels In tho Orient OrientA
A Wathlngton WIlEhln tol1 special says Coming Comlnjclono Cominglollo COmInGclose
close on tho heels of a 1 lone report reportform reportform reportfl
fl S form Hear Admiral Hoblcy I n Kvain KvaincottttWhlcr InlltnmanJcr Evaincominsnier
cottttWhlcr In chief of the Asiatic Asiaticsquadron AhltcIIqu AsiaticL
L squadron IIqu dron concerning thograve tho grave Inter Internal Jlliernil Interoat
nil sllnntlon In China tho ascnu ascnubingo a lU cm cmblago cntblalO
bingo ot his squadron In Chinese Chinesewaters ChhlC30walora
4 waters Is regarded hero as significant significantTho
The Th battleships Kentucky nnd Ore Oreeon Oregon Oregon
gon and tho protected crulrcr crulperNe1 crulperNe1Orlonns New NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans havo arrived at Chofoa themonitor themonitor the thomonitor
monitor Monterey anti IInl the collier colllorIom colllorIomPOT Pom Pompoy Iomat
POT at Shanghai ShanghaiPUNISHMENT BhnnghnlPUNISHMENT ShanghaiI
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PUNISHMENT TOO LENIENT LENIENTOld
Old German Sergeant GcrgeantSpat Spat In Mouth Mouthof
u of Army Recruit RecruitA
A Berlin dispatch soya S JB An old ser sergeant Irroant serS ¬
S geant oant named Warnock of the Ninety Ninetysecond Nlneteocond Ninetyr
r second Infantry has been sentenced sentencedto
I to thirty months Imprisonment and to todismissal 10dlamlaBILJ tov
v dismissal from tho army nrm after hiving hivingbeen h3ln1been havingbeen
been convicted In lOG Instances of ofutnso orIItnlllo ofuthigo
utnso of soldiers In two cases casesspit cnsesi casesV4uTtwk
V4uTtwk i k spat In the mouths of tho thoocrults thol therecruits
l recruits r ocrultsR001EVEUT cru Its Itsi Itst S
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t R001EVEUT ROO VILT ONLY CANDIDATE CANDIDATEMark CANDIDATEMark CANDIDATEjak
Mark Hanna Reiterates that He Has Hasno Huno Hasprcsldential
no Presidential Ambitions Ambitions7ho
7ho Newark N J L News has the thefollowing lhofollowing thefollowing
following Interview with Emtor EmtorHnnna E tntor tntorlnnna atorIlanna
Hnnna
S > 1 T 5 f fSennW t tBennICrt
SennW M W h Manna iron Iroumanlla IroumanllaI man antt8e antt8eturcr ilac ilacturer
I turer and tho maucr mafieroC of presidents Fr Frday F FI r
1 I day emphatically denlfc4 denl deni4th Jha ho was n nftnaMato nandluto atsntUdao
ftnaMato for tho proildcnlal noralnj noralnjlor nomln1JloJ
I JloJ lor llculeclaroi In 4ectaro1 that Nr MrV Mrnooliovolt Mrnooliovoltwould flSosovolt flSosovoltI P osooll osoollwould
I would bo tho only candidate onndlU W09r for the thenomination thetcpy thetep331ican
tcpy tep331ican l1 nomination In 11 10Q 19Qh < oj ojr j
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the channel of tho stream Many of ofthcso oftlle80 oftijoso
thcso wqro w ro picked up by b rescuers who whodid wbodid whodid
did tholr utmost la oavo thoso who whoclung whoduni whoclung
clung to the roofs of houses and float floatIng nonIng floating
Ing tlmbera tlmberaEarly tlmber1rly tjmbtrothrly
Early 1rly In the morning two children childrenapparently chlldronaplXlrently cbiidrcnappirentIy
apparently around twelve years of ofago atngo Ofago
ago appeared d4rcctly In mid stream streamIn
In their terrlblo voyage they cried out outmost outmoat outmost
most piteously it was WE Impossible Impos lblo to togot logot togot
got to theIr rescue and both children childrenworo childrenworo childrenwore
woro soon to go over tho Pacolot dam damIn damIn danain
In each ptbors tbors arms armsAs IIrmsAI armsAs
As tho Topoka Kans disaster wtm wtmccllpsoo wnoocllps04 waoccilpso4
ccllpsoo by y tho Gainesville Oall1esv lto horror soit so soIt 110It
It now oocms In turn that tho JOBS of ofproperty ofproperty ofproperty
property If not ot life In tim Georgia Georgiaelty Ooor Oooriacity l lQll
city Qll wilt bo eclipsed < l by tho groat wavo wavoof wnvoof wavoof
of devastation which swept through throughand
and over tho groat milling districts ofClifton of otClifton ofClifton
Clifton and Pacolot with such destruc destructive doslructtvovlotonco dcstruclye ¬
lye ttvovlotonco ttvovlotonco1ho violence violenceTho
The property loss Is placed at over ovci3OOOOG
3000000 Tim mills wore tho most mostcomplete moatcompteto mostcomplete
complete and valuable factories In tho thosouth thosouthond hosouth
south southond cad wero literally wiped out of ofexistence ofoxlstenco ofexistence
existence with their entire equipment equipmentTho
Tho threo damsworo massive struc structures slrueturo structuros ¬
tures and an represented repro ontoo thousands of
dollars dotlnrGoln In their
Tho warehouses of tho mills with withtholr withtholr withtheir
tholr stocks of manufactured ma trllC1turo < 1 goods goodsand goortsnnl1 goodsand
and raw cotton went with tho ho rest restTho reDt1ho restrho
Tho two villages had their churches chllrche8chool churcheschooi churchcoschool
school houses 1101 SOl hotels and other largobuilldings largo largobulllngs largobllll
bulllngs bllll lngs and tholr ruins lie strewn strewnalong atrownalong strewnalong
along tho ho margin of tho receding flood floodor
or afford obstruction to tho ho sullen sullentldo suttontldo sullentide
tldo
Qoene Beggar DeogaOOlcrlption DeogaOOlcrlptionTho Description DescriptionTho
Tho scone for miles below the elto eltoof Elloof citoof
of tho demolished mill towns beggars beggarsdcsdrlptUm beunrsde beggarsdcsdriptton
dcsdrlptUm de drlptLon Tho wreckage and debris debrisIs
Is plied many foot thick In placed and andthousands I1nl I1nllbousan andlluousnnn
thousands s of people from miles milesaround mllotarollnd milesaround
around are wandering along tho path pathway 1 pathway > nlh nlhway
way of tho storm demon searching for forbodies lorbOltlosllndnUraoted forbodies
bodies bOltlosllndnUraoted and attracted by tho unwonted unwontedterror urwontedtorror urwontodterror
terror of the spectacle The scene of otdevastation ofdovaatntton ofdevastation
devastation could not well bo more morecomplete morocomptoto znorocomplete
complete completeVictor comptotoVlctorM completeVictor
Victor VlctorM Montgomery M tho owner ownerof
of tho Pacolot mills has sustained sustainednearly allatnlnednenrJy sustainednearly
nearly Jho ho entire loss as estimated In Inthq Int1 intii0
thq t1 foregoing 10tG olng Ho was alto tho owner ownerot
ot tho th Illfated Pacolot mill at Now NowHolland Now1I0IJand Nowholland
Holland near Gainesville Ga
Enormou Property Los LosOwing LOIOWing LoisOwing
Owing to tho absolute Isolation of oftipartanburg ofl1artnnburB ofHpartanburg
tipartanburg terrible suffering cannot cannotpos connot1I0841IIlJ1 cannotpossibly
pos possibly lbly bo prevented from tho many manythousands manythousanela manythousan4s
thousands aflllctcd by tho catastrophe catastropheAppeals cntostrophoAppoals catastropheAppeals
Appeals nro being sent out for aid In Inthese Inthoso Ittthose
these appeals money mono Is particularly ro requested roQlloste roqiteitod
quested 9s a provisions cannot roach roichany rOlchnny roachany
any of the points owing to tho fact factthat fnctthnt factthat
that railroad d bridges are down In ev every ovIry cvcry ¬
cry direction The latest reports of ofdamages ofdnmoges ofdamages
damages auaalncd are given by those thoseIn thosein
In authority as follows followsPresident tollowlIPresident followsPresident
President Montgomery of tho Pa Pacotot Pncoletmllls Pacolot
cotot coletmllls mills places theIr loss at 11000 1000
000 Proeldont A II Twltehell of tho thoClifton thoOllflon hoClifton
Clifton Manufacturing Company mills millsplaces mllllplaeos mliiiplaces
places tho lots at 1800000 For l r tho thoD thoD hoI
D I E ConVerse Company at Glendale 00ondllleB
3 0 tbe esjlmato Is 60000 TucaIIIIU Tucaijati Tuca Tucapan
pan mills 2c000 Lockhart mills
25000 Fairmont J5000 000 Whitney WhitneyvJOOO WhltnoyJOOO Whltaey4J000
vJOOO Ix Lob > lo 15000 5000 Q00 Total mill loss
3280000 3280000Over 3280000Over 3280000Over
Over 3000 employes In tho mills of ofthe ofIho ofthe
the Clifton Manufacturing Company Companyare omllIn1nro
are out ou of work and In destitute drcumstancos cir circumstances clreumstllncos ¬
cumstances cumstancesAt
At Pacolot 2000 peoplo ore ro practi practically prncUcnlly practicatty ¬
catty destitute In tho smaller mills mllUof
of the the number thrown out
of omploymont will oicocd 6000 5000All 6000All 6000All
All day Sunday BuntIn hundreds of people peoplehovered peoplo1I0erell peoplehovered
hovered about tho scone of destruc destruction ticatrucion eAtruetlem ¬
ion Tho survivors stood upon tho thospots thoIlpotS thespots
spots occupied by the homes of tholr tholrdead tholrdelli theirleaul
dead friends Not a trace of half a shundred ahundred almndrod
hundred homos Is now visible In Insome InlIomo insome
some places tho sites occupied by the tholiottsQ theIlollll theliousj
liottsQ nro burled beneath groat sand sandhanks sandbanlca sandbanks
hanks and only an occasional piece of ofplank ofIJlank ofihank
plank projecting through tho sandwould sand sandwould
would Indicate that a house stood t In Inthat 111thnt inthat
that place Tho destruction Is nwful nwfuland nwfulnnd awfuland
and complete The force of the flood floodhas floodhas
has so completely cnnngcd tho banks banksot bnnkstbo
ot the river and and flat borders on which whichnumerous whichnllmorous whichnumerous
numerous houses Blood that thnllt It will not notbo notbe
bo possible to rebuild on tho former formersites formerIIlteR formerSites
sites
LYNCHING FOLLOWS MURDERNe MURDER MURDERNegro MURDERNegro
Negro Ne ro School Teacher Shoots County CountySuperintendent CountySuperlntel1dent CountySuperintendent
Superintendent and Pays Penalty PenaltyCounty PenaltyCounty PenaltyCounty
County Superintendent Charles Her flortel Hertol lIortJ
tel of St Clair county III was shot shotnnd sbotnd shotimd
nnd nd mortnjly wounded In his hl office at atBollovlllo ntDotlolIIo atI3ellovlito
Bollovlllo Saturday evening by b W T TWyatt TWyatt
I Wyatt a negro school teacher of Hast HastSU 18tat hastSt
SU at Louis whoso certificate to teach tcshhlertal teachHortol tcarhHertol
Hortol had refused relusedlo to renew Wyatt Wyattwas WatlWlS Vyattas
was as Immediately arrested IIrrest and taken takento
to Jail JailWithin jailWithin jailWithitt
Within n short tlmo a mob stormed stormedtho
the jail Isccured secured the prisoner nnd nndhanged nndhnnld andhuangeil
hanged him to n 1 telephone polo In tho thopublic thopl1bllc thopublic
public square squareSTEAMSHIPS sqttDroSTEAMSHIPS squareSTEAMSHIPC
STEAMSHIPS IN IN COLLISION COLLISIONShlpplno COLLISIONShlppln COLLISIONShlppin
Shlpplno Disaster and Heavy Loss of ofLife ofLIf
Life LIf at Marseilles MarseillesA I
A terrible shipping disaster occur occurred occurrd ¬
red n little dlatanco from tho port of ofMarseilles ofllnrnollles ofMarnoilles
Marseilles at noon Sunday when two twopassenger twopasequger
passenger 118 n er steamers tim Insulalro I nnd nndtho nndtho andthe
tho Llbnn both belonging to tho Frills Fralsscnct Frillssenet Fraissenet
senet Steamship Company of Marseilles Mar Marseilles farsellles ¬
seilles camo Into coHlslon Tho Uhan Uhanrank iThansank
rank and over ono hundred of her herpassengers betpassengers or orp18aen
passengers p18aen ers and crow perished perishedREPORTED perishedREPORTED perishedREPORTED
REPORTED HORROR IN ST T LOUIS LOUISLcvco L LOUiSLevee UIB UIBLeveo
Levee Gives Way and Fifteen Said to toHave teHave toHave
Have Been Drowned DrownedWord DrownedWord DrownedWord
Word was received In St Louis that thatnt thlltnl thatat
nt 1 oclock Monday morning a levco levconear leveonenr lovcOnear
near Madison on which gangs gLD sa of men menwere monwcro manwere
were working gate way and fifteen fifteensen fiftecnI fifteenlost
sen I n lost 10attltelr their lives livesAbout Ih hivesbout s sAboul
About 16C men It Is reported ar arImprisoned are areImllrllnnM areirnprisnnej
Imprisoned on a section see lion of thq levee leveothat Jev leveethat f ftbllt
that Is slowly Ilowl crumbling crutnblln and all a1 means meanscf meansQf
cf escape has beta cut CI1 cut4ff ott U Ut
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MORE ARRESTS MADE MADEIn
In Connection with tho Postoffleo Scan Scandal SCllndal Scandal ¬
dal In Washington A Charge Chargeof
of Conoplracy ConoplracyA
A Washington special says As a aresult arosult aresult
result of the sweeping Investigation Inv allsatlon of otaffairs ofnUnlrs ofaffairs
affairs at the postofllco department departmentThomas depnrtmenlThomas dopartulontThomas
Thomas W McGregor n clork In Incharge Inchl1ro Inchargo
charge of tho supplies of tho rural ruralfree ruralfreo ruralfrco
free delivery service and C Kllsworth KllsworthUpton IWaworthUpton ihiaworthUpton
Upton of Daltlmoro duo of McGreg McGregors ¬
ors assistants woro arrcatcd Friday Fridaygn FrhJ FrhJQn
gn tho charge of conspiracy with withI1hArlo withThArInR
J of Baltimore to de ¬
fraud tho government l s In It tho purchase purchaseof p rchaso rchasoof
of tho leather pouches furnished t tho thorural thorural itorural
rural carriers throughout tbro ghoutlho ito country countrytheir countrtheIr countrylhoir
their cases make seven arrests in allsince all allsince allslnco
since tho Investigation began Other Otherarrests OUlernrrosts Otherarrests
arrests aro expected cxpocl tl later InterTho laterTho laterThio
Tho story of tho arrests Is beat told toldIn toldIn toldIn
In tho following official statement glv given glven glven ¬
en out by Fourth Assistant Assl tanL Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Foatmll8lJrOonor PoatmmhrGeneral
General Oonor l Drlstow Friday evening ovenlngThomas ovenlnThoma eveningThomas
Thomas W McGregor ana 0 Ells Ellsworth EUsworlh Ellaworth ¬
worth Upton wcro arrested this after afternoon nflcrnoon alternoon ¬
noon upon warrants sworn out In Bal Daltlmoro Dnttlmoro Balttmoro ¬
tlmoro by b Inspectors J 1 D Sullivan Sullivanand
and U D Simmons charged with con conspiracy cansplrney conspiracy ¬
spiracy with Chas E Smith and oth others Otllors otherA ¬
ers to defraud tho United States gov government govornment govornmont ¬
ernment In tho purchase of ponchos ponchosfrom pouehosfrom pouchosfrom
from C IL I Smith of Ualtlmoro Tho Thocomplaint Thotomptnlnt Thecomplaint
complaint sets forth that McGregor
and Upton agreed with ftmitli to ¬
tain for him orders for many thou thousands thousnnds thousands ¬
sands of leather pouches such ao are nroused nreUBOt areused
used UBOt by rural letter carriers Tho Theprice Thoprice ThoI1rlco
price agreed upon was 90 cents v cr Jerpoucb > crpouch crpouch
pouch tho ho actual valuo was loss than lhanW
60 0 cents per pouch It IB Isstatodat stated at the thodep thedepartment ho hodepartment
department dep rtment that tho actual number ot otpouches orPOUOb08 ofpouohes
pouches which were purchased ex exceeded exeeeded oxceedcd ¬
ceeded 20000 for which tho govern government government governmeat ¬
ment paid OP cents each or 18000 In Inall 111alt litall
all Smith received and retained of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this for his own use 10000 Tho ro remaining romlllning romaining ¬
maining 8000 was paid to McGregor McGregorand
and Upton The government could couldhavo coultlhnvo couldhavo
havo bought tho entire number of ofpouches otpouchos ofpouches
pouches from the manufacturers ma for
8000 8000EXQOVERNOR 8000EXQOVERNQR 8000EXGOVERNOR
EXQOVERNOR CANDLER TALKS TALKSHis TALKSHI
His HI Opinion ef the Calamity Visiting VisitingHis Vlsltn VlsltnHla ViaitinHic
His Home City CityKxGovcrnor CityExGovernor CityExGovcrnor
KxGovcrnor Candlor whoso homo Is IsIn IsIn isin
In Gainesville Ga nnd who had just justreturned Juatreturned justreturned
returned from a trip to Washington WashlnglonOX1lreflieS Washingtonexpresses
hlmxolt regarding tho fright ¬
fuIcycino ful cyclone calamity as follows followsI
I cannot blame the pooplo who nro nroat nroat arcat
at a distance for not believing all tho thoreports thoroports thereports
reports which have been sent S J1t out by bytho bytbo bytho
tho newspaper men from Galnosvlllo GalnosvllloAfter OainosvllloAfter GainoaviiloAfter
After being In town for two wholo whotodays wholodays wholoI1I1Ys
days I am Just beginning to realize realizetho f01170tho realisetim
tho devastation that has h S been wrought wroughtSince wrolJKhtBlnco wroughtSinco
Since my arrival Tuesday afternoon 1 1havo Ibnvo 1have
have boon In n 1 somldazed condition conditionseeing conditionBeolng conditionseeing
seeing and feeling without realizing realizingfully rel1l1zlnltully realizingfully
fully just to what extent tho horror horrorextended horrorcxtendcII horrorextended
extended extendedTho
Tho Gainesville OnlnosVllocyclono cyclone population populationtaken 1I011nlllIolItnteen populationalcoa
taken Into consideration was worse worsethan worsotbnn worsethan
than tho Galvciton tidal wave wavoFinancially wnvoFlnnnclnllr waveFinancially
Financially considered It wan WnIIworso wanworse wasworse
worse than tho Jacksonville fire flrowhore Orowboro firewhoro
whore 12000000 In property loss wan wansuffered WIIBuffered wassuffered
suffered sufferedI
I havo walked over tho entire entirecourse enllrecourse entirecourse
course of ollho tho storm from Its beginning beginningto
to lie Pacolct mill where It appears appearstho appearstho appearsthe
tho storm lifted and divided dividedWithout dividedWithout dividedWithout
Without fear of contradiction I am amfrco OlDtroo amfree
free to say lie disaster of last Monday Mondayafternoon Mondayafternoon i infternoon
afternoon was tho worst of Its kind kindthat kIndthat
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that over visited tho southland I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know of no parallel In tho country countrywhero countrywhero countrywhero
whero n vlllago has mifforeil tho thofrightful thofrlghlll1lloss timfrightful
frightful frlghlll1lloss loss of ono hundred and moro morodead moraItoad moredead
dead thrco to four hundred Injured
and a property loss of 600000 600000Tho 600000Tho G00000Tim
Tho sufferers wero the least able ol olall of ofnit otall
all to meet tho disaster 111 Tholr lost lostrepresents 109sroprosents loserepresents
represents everything In the bo work workthoy Torhthoy worldthey
thoy possessed Tho vlatlms aro Irthat In Inthnt Inthat
that class ot citizens to whom a dol dotlor dolInr dolmr
lor Is worth five times Its purchasing purchasingvaluo purchasingvaluo purchasingvaluo
valuo to tho successful business roar roaror mmor manor
or tho rich land owner They Tho lost ititho iti iiithe n ntllo
the twinkling of an eye what hnt had ro roquired roqulred roquired
quired years OJr to got together To them themIt
It Is Irreparable and means moro than thanto thanto thanto
to us usNow uaNow usNow
Now subscriptions reported Friday FridayLavonla FridaLnvonla FridayLavonia
Lavonla 4500 Moultrlo 17000 17000Jewell J70ooJowett 1 70OdJowohl >
Jewell 15080 Madison 20000 Hrt Hrtwell Hrtwelt IIrtwell <
well 10000 100 00 nine Ridge 10000 Cal Caihoun ClIhoun Calhioun
houn 4000 Maysvlllo 14345 Hu hogansviilo Hugansvtllo lJogllnsvllle <
gansvtllo 10000 Wnynosboro 100 100Fuyottovlllo 100Fayottovlllo 100Fayetteville
Fuyottovlllo 5000 Wrlghtsvllle Wrl hlsvlllc
10000 Kllljny 5500 Covington
7500 Fort Valley 13SOO 13SOOMINERS l3S0MINERS t3800MINERS
MINERS MARCH TO JAIL JAILHead JAILHelld JAILHead
Head Man In Lira Bore United States StatesFlag StntclIFIlg StatesFlag
Flag at Half Mast MaatTwentyseven MutTwentysoon MastTwontyeoven
Twentyseven miners marched from fromtho Iromtho fromthe
tho depot deJ1Otlo to tho jail at Clinton Tenn TcnnMonday TennMonlln TennMonday
Monday with a miner at their head headhearing he1lbonrlng bondboarlng
hearing aft a ai American lag at halfmast halfmastThirtyono hnlfmlslThlrlOIII lualfmastThirtyouie
Thirtyono miners had been nrrcstc1 nrrcstc1on
on tho charge of having violated nn In Injunction InJUl1etlon Injunction ¬
junction granted by Judge II G I Kyle KyleIn KloIn
In connection with efforts made to 10 10eumowork 10Bumowork uosumowork
eumowork nt tho mines of tho Ten Tennessee Tennesseo Tennossea ¬ I
nessee Coal Company at Ilrlcovllle IlrlcovllleThen IlrlcovllleThcn BricovilloThen i
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Then men wero advised against n alnst giving givingbond Givingbonll givingbond
bond except In four cases and nUl tho thotwentyseven tholwenlsecn thetwentyscven
twentyseven wont to jail jailTAFTS JailTAFTS jailTAFTS
TAFTS REPLY TO MILES MILESPhilippine MILESPhilippine
Philippine Governor Admits state statements Stltemcntl Statements
ments of Genera la I Correct CorrectTho CorructTho CorrectTho
Tho war department Monday made inadopublic mndopublic madepublic
public a report received from Gave Govenor Gavenor
nor Taft replying to statements made madoby maelob madeby
by b Lieutenant General Mllos after his nlsvisit hisIslt hisvisit
visit to tho Islands last year > ear The re report flport r rport ¬
port Is dated nt llcngiict April 18 and nndadmits aadndmlts andadmits
admits that statement of General GeneralMiles OenoratMires GeneralMires
Mires Is correct In all essentIal details detailsPRELUDE dotallaPRELUDE detailsPRELUDE
PRELUDE TO EXTENSIVE STRIKE STRIKEPhiladelphia STRIKEPhiladelphia STRIKEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Textile Mills Refuse to toGrant toGrlnt toGrant
Grant Demand of Employes EmployesIn
In all of tho Philadelphia Phllllt1 lphlll textile mills millsnotices millsnotices millsnotices
notices worn posted Tuesday by the thqmanuficturers thomllnuf1clurtrs thetnanufucturers
manuficturers announcing nnnounclnglhoir their refus refusal rcluRalto ¬
alto al to grant tho demand of tho workers workersfor
for a flttyflvchour fftTn Cohour week weekTb iockThe ek ekTho
The Tb employes fUNl Juno 1 as the thttlmo thetlmo littime
tlmo limit for tho conrcislon and nndlt it isalmost Is IsBlmoat Islmost
almost certain that a 1 strike Involving Involvingupward In inv 1vng 1vnguipwaad inc incl111ward
upward of 100000 men will bo b Inaugur Inauguratod Inaucurated insugurited
atod atodrrE3
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RIVER V ER ON RAM RAMPAGE RAMPAGEFlood PA CE CEFlood
Flood Now Sweeps Down DownI Downtho Downthe
I tho Mighty Mississippi MississippiBIG
BIG LEVEE GIVES WAY WAYOt
Ot Louis Battles With Encroaching EncroachingYVatero EncroachingWater EncroachingWatcrand
Water Watcrand and Thousands Tho nnd are Driven Drivenfrom Drivenfrom Drivenfrom
from Homes HomealmmeMo HomealmmeMoArea Immense ImmenseArea
Area Inundated
Tho terrific forco and tho destruc destructive destrucIIvo deatructivo ¬ I
tive magnitude of tho great grelllfiood flood that thatIn
In sweeping down tho MloslBslppl is issteadily Isstendlly issteadily
steadily increasing Incrca lng In volume and now nowIn nowIn nowin
In being foil In St Louis and vicinity vicinityto
to an alarming extent extentAt
At 7 oclock Friday night the atago atagohnd atagohad stagelund
had reached rcne od 342 feet n rise rls of 7 feet feetslnco tC feetsince < t
since 7 oclock Friday morning Gov Government Ooverllment 0everument ¬
ernment Forecaster 1orecastorDowlo Dowle issued a abulletin 0blllletln abulletin
bulletin In predicting a stngo of 35 85feat 35foot 35leot
foot by Saturday noon 30 feot by bySunday b bUunllny bySunday
Sunday nnd 37 feet on Monday Tho ThoMississippi ThoMl TheMiSBlisihpi
Mississippi Ml alsst1l1 north of tho mouth of the thoMissouri lboMluourl theMissouri
Missouri Is rising still but tho rapid rapidity rnpldIty rapidity ¬
ity of the rlso has been diminished be becauso b bcnu becauSe
cauSe cnu o of a tho breaks in levees
The groat Sny Sn levee which extends extendsfor
for miles along tho Illinois ehoro from fromHannibal frCJmHnnnlbnt fromHannibal
Hannibal northward broko Friday and andtho nntllho andlie
lie waters w lers devastated thousands ofacres of ofacres ofncres
acres of fertile fnrrlng lands Possi Possibly Possibty Possibly ¬
bly come lives may ma be lost but no nodeaths nodelltlls nodeaths
deaths had been reported up to 8 8oclock 8octocle 8oclock
oclock Friday night nightLater nIghtJator nightiater
Later In tIm day tho flood forced a apassage npallsogo apassage
passage through tho lie lovco at Madison MadisonIlls
Ills just north of St Louis This Thislovco ThisIceo Thislevee
levee Is 1C miles lon and for days daysmen daysmen daysmutt
men have been hard at work orl endeavor ondeavorIng endeavorlag JndeavorIng
Ing to strengthen It Corloads of ofbags otIIngt ofbags
bags of sand and all othor available availablematerial nvallnble1I1nterlaJ availableuutaterial
material woro dumped In out tho flood floodwashed Ooodwl1shed floodwashed
washed out the filling and tho break breakIs
Is constantly widening wideningWest wlclenlngWcst wideningWest
West Granite a town of 2000 pea pooplo peoplo peaplo
plo Is under waor In St Louis tho thobuildings lhobulldlnia ho hobuildings
buildings along the river front havo havopractically hnvol1rnellcnlly havopractically
practically boon abandoned as Iho Ihofirst lhoOrst hofIrst
first floors aro over a foot under wa water wntor waor ¬
ter or which stood two feet deep on the thetop lhotOIl thetoll
top of tho steamboat levee Friday Fridaynight Frldnnight Fridaynight
night
rite town of Venice Illinois to under underwntor underwolor underwater
water wntorIn
In South St Louis fully lull 100 families familiesliving lnmlllealiving famIliesliving
living near the mouth of tho river Dos DosPoros DosPores DesPores
Pores were forced to leave their theirhouses theirhOIlles theirhouses
houses Men 111 on and In some cases oven ovenwomen ovonwomen ovenwomen
women worked to their waists in the theswirling lhe6wlrllnc theawlrling
swirling waters anchoring their theirhomos theIrhomos theirhomes
homos to high ground groundGENEROUS groundGENEROUS groundGENEROUS
GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS CONTRIBUTIONSMade
Made for Flood Sufferers In Kantas KantasCity KanellsCltyWatero KanrasCityWaters
City CltyWatero Wntero Fast Receding RecedingAt
At dark < Friday night tho water In InKnnana InJnnons inKansas
Kansas City had receded from ono onotenth onotenth onetenth <
tenth of the Hooded area and tho ho un uncovered IIncovored tincovered <
covered property was promptly reoc reoccuplcd reoecllpled reocotuplod
cuplcd The territory reclaimed In Included Ineluded Ineluded ¬
eluded the union station and a portion portionof
of the railroad yards Tho recession recessionof
of the flood has caused n lively do domand domand domnnlt
mand for unskilled lalorcrs lalorcrsGcorgo InlorersOcorgoGould lalorersGeorge
George OcorgoGould Gould forwarded 5000 1 > 1OO to totho totho totho
tho Kansas City relief corps and anePrelll anePrellldent Presi President ProIdent ¬
dent Dart of tho Union Pacific Pncl e sent
1000 There wcro othor liberal contributlons con contrlbutlons contrlblltlons
trlbutlons of money nnd supplies nnd nndtho nndthe andlie
the total cash received In ooth cities
Not nil ulltllo tho 30000 people driven from fromtheir fromUlclr fromtheir
their homes have receive assistance assistancefrom asslslnncofrom assistancefront
from tho public but food und shelter shelternnd shelterand I Inllel
and clothing wcro given to all who whoneeded whonocdcd whoneeded
needed them Nearly all tho sufferers sufferershad
had been Industrious and prosperous prosperousand
and they will return to their employ employment employmeat mplo mplomentand ¬
meat mentand and homes us soon as the water waterwill waleIwill watervill
will permit permitGAINESVILLE l1ermltGAINESVILLE permitGAINESVILLE
GAINESVILLE MINISTERS APPEAL APPEALGercrous APPEALGernroul APPEALGersrous
Gercrous People are Asked A ked to Open OpenTheir OpenTheir OpenTheir
Their Hearts Still More oro Widely WidelyTho WidelyTllo WidelyThe
The ministers of Gainesville have havoIssued hnvoISlued havelsued
Issued an appeal to tho ministers ev everywhere 0 0erywhero cverywhero ¬
erywhero for aid for tho storm auf sufferers Buflererll aufferora ¬
ferers Tho Introductory reads readsTo rendsTQ readsTo
To tho Pastors nn4 Clergy of Our OurCommon OurCommon OurCommon
Common Country We the mlnlnters mlnlntersot
of Gainesville Ga beg a generous peo pcoplo peopIc peoplo
plo to open their hearts moro widely widelyfor wldel wldeltor
for the assistance of our stricken com community communlt coniniunity ¬
munity munlt Liberal contributions havo al already 01roatly already I
ready been made but those t have only onlysufllccd ol1lysumcC onlysufilceti I
sufllccd for Immediate necessities I
STEAMSHIP GOES TO BOTTOM BOTTOMFrom DOTT I3OTTOMFrom M MFrom
From Fifteen to Twenty of Her P Psen Ps Pssenaers a ascrvjers
scrvjers sen ers Reported Drowned DrownedAdvices DrownedAdvl DrownedAdvlces
Advices Advl e8 from Antwerp At Wefll Belgium Dolglumstnto 11olglumIItato Belgiumstate
state that tho DrlUsh steamer Hud Huddcrsflold 111IersOeld hintdcrsfield
dcrsflold Captain Iliimmon which whldcalled whichI1nllel vhlthiilalIcil
called from that i 1lrt > crt Tuesday foiGrlmsby CorClrlmsby for forIrlnisby
Grlmsby England I collided with the theNorwegian lhoNorwegian theNorwegian
Norwegian steamer Uto The Hud Huddorsfleld lludilorotleld
dorsfleld Is reported to have foundered founderedFrom founderedFrom
From fifteen to twenty of her passed passedgors htassesgets
gets are said nld t ohavo lost tholr lives livesTho JlVCIITho livesThe
Tho crow were cro saved ae Tho passengers passengerswcro passengorswero
were mostly seamen lIeII ln returning to Hug Hugland EnglanlJ 1ugland
land
TRAIN FROM OPARTANBURQ OPARTANBURQInitial
Initial PostFlood Trip Made on the theCharleston theCharlutonand theCharleston
Charleston Charlutonand and Western Carolina CarolinaTho CarolinaTllp CarolInaTim
Tim Tllp first train carrying passengers passengerson
on tho Charleston nnd Western Caro Carolina Cl1rolinn Carohina ¬
linn to Carlisle Hero passengers passengerssince pnssenonslnco passengerssince
since Spartnuburgs Isolation by dam damages damages damages ¬
ages resulting from tho flood left Spar Sp4rtanburg Spartanburg SIIJrtauburg
tanburg at 8 o oclock Sunday 8unda evening eveningwcro oenlngwero eveningwere
were ablo to connect with tho Sea Seaboard Senboard Seaboard ¬
board Air Line outside outsidePRESIDENTS outsldoPRESIDENTS outsidePRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS LAST SPEECH SPEECHor
or His Extended Tour Was Delivered DeliveredIn
In Danville Illinois IllinoisPresident illinoisProsldent illinoisPresident I
President Roosevelt delivered the tholast tbollist thelast
last scheduled speech of his trip
rhurrdny at Danville III tho homo homoat
at Congressman Cannon Notwlthj Nolwlth1slandlng Notwith Notwithstanding
standing the Inclement weather he hewas hot howaa hewas t
was greeted by a largo crowd Tho Thoitay Thot Thotstay I IBtay
stay nt Danville DnnVlllewlLI was only onlyO 20 mInuteand minutes minutesnd mlnutolnd
nd nt atGHOoclock 640 oclock his trdln left for fort torIndllUlapolIs fortindianapolIs I
Indianapolis whence It went direct to
Washington
i
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THE GOVERNMENT TO A AID AIDAlleviation Al D DAItevIstIOfl
Alleviation of Suffering In Spartan Opartanburg DpartanbOra Spartanburg
burg District by Undo Sam 8amDetails SamDetails 6amDetaIls
Horror HorrrOrdera HorrorOrdorB
Details of t tOrders
Orders woro resolved Sunday Sund nt ntFort nlFort atFort
Fort McPherson near Atlanta Oa Oafrom Oafrom Oafrom
from General Cuaffec commanding commandingtho
tho department of tho east to send uofla un unofficer nnofficer tinolflcer
officer frcm that station nt once toSpartanburg to toSpartanburg to8plrtanburg
Spartanburg 8plrtanburg 8 C supplied suppled with OV everything OVorylblng ovcrything ¬
erything absolutely necessary for the theflood theflood 1
flood oed sufferers surerers nations Itatols medicines medicinesand
and other essentials esontlnJs edontlals will wl bo forwardcimmediately forwarded forwardedImmediately forwor c I Ihnmedltely
Immediately hnmedltely This prompt promlt action oeton of oftho ofho
tho ho government taken In response to totho tothe tothe
the appeal appnJ sent out from tipartonbuigwill tipartonbuig pnrtanbulgwi
will wi tend to greatly relievo relevo the situa situation SUUIlton iltuftLion ¬
Lion ton there thee temporarily tomporarly as It has done doneat do doneat no nolt
at lt Gainesville Oalnosvlo Ga whero a similar similarcourse simiar simiarcourao similarcourse
course has h s been pursued pursuedTwlco pursuodTwlco pursuedTwice
Twlco within wihin a week Secretary Root Rootof Rootat Rootof
of the war department has received receivedemergency receivedemergency
emergency emcrgencycl1lo calls of this nature nllure from fromterritories fromtorrltorles frontterritories
territories situated slunlod closo to each oth other other othor ¬
er and ho has acted quickly in each eachcase eachCISO eachcase
case caseOfficials CISO Officials Ofclnls of all ni tho destroyed mills millshavo mils milshavo millshavo I
havo given out tho Information Inlormaton that thatemployees thatI thatemployeco thatemployees I
employees will wll bo 10 used so far as prac practicable practicablo ¬ t ttcnblo
ticable tcnblo In tho repairing und rebuilding rebuildingdams rebuildingdams rebuildingdams
dams and mills millsNotices mis misNotces millsNotices
Notices Notces have IIlVO also been posted poste by byboth bybolh b bboth
both the Southern Hallway Halway Company Companyand
and tho Charleston and Western Woster Care Carolina Cnrolnn Carehiatt ¬
lina lnn company for laborers tnlorora In tho mat matter matleI mator ¬
leI or of construction conatruelon of temporary ro ropairs ropairs ropairs
pairs pairsNotwithstanding pairsNotwihstanding pairsNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding Notwihstanding this move but conr conrparatlvoly coniparativoly I Iparntvoly
paratlvoly parntvoly few of tho great army at atunemployed iL cIunemployed I Iunemployed
unemployed will wl bo available for those thosepurposes thosepurposes
purposes It I Is scmlofllclally report reported ¬ I
ed that tho Arkwrlght mills mils and oue Spar Spartan 8p31lnn Spartan ¬
tan mills mis will wl Immediately adopt a aplan 0plan aplan
plan by I which somo relief can be giv given glven givon ¬
en to tho unemployed cither eiher by run running running running ¬
ning three mills Ila half time tmo as to tholr tholrpresent tholrprosent theirpresent
present employee oOplocs or doublo time tme so soas sons soas I IAdeed
as to utlllio utie the efforts of the aflllctcd aflllctcdAdded afflIctedAdded
Added to tho fact that tho aflllctcd aflllctcddistrict afflicteddistrict mlcledclstrlctls
district clstrlctls Is entirely entroly shut off or from tho thooutside thooutsldo hooutside
outside world Is tho certainty but justestablished just justestablished justestnblshed
established estnblshed fact that several of the thomill tlo tlomi themill
mill mi stores have been severely sovere dam damaged damnged darnaged ¬
aged both as to stock aloclnnd and building buildingwhile bulllltlg bulllltlgwhllo buildingwhiio
while others have been entirely eutirolyswept
question qu slon of meeting meetn dcmntids dcmntidsor
for or Immediate supplies is quite qul tho thogreatest thogrentest lie liegreatoat
greatest that now confronts tho relief reliefcommittee rolcf reliefcommittee
committee Tho members of this thiscommittee thiscommleo thiscommittee
commleo I
committee commleo of which n A 1 i F Chapman Chap Chapman Chnpmnn ¬
man Is chairman are working day and nndnight audnight andnight
night In the Interests 01 tho homeless homelessand
and unemployed unemployedAll unemployelAl
All Al checks to Mr Chapman and the thoexigencies theoxlgences theexigencies
exigencies oxlgences of this opportunity opportunl for roil roilhome 1011 1011home roilhome
home mission work cannot bo everett oAercatlmatod oercolmnlod everetttimatod
tlmatod lmnlod Unless all al signs prove to totho lothe tothe
the contrary there will wi bo real hunger hungernnd
and grave distress Ils tress among these unfor unfortunates unlortunatcs unfortirnatce ¬
tunates who have been entirely entrel cut cutoft cutor cutoff
oft or from employment employmentAlmost employmentAlmost employmentAlmost
Almost all ni of the th sufferers Buferers at the thoClifton theClfon theClifton
Clifton Clfon mills mis came c mo from tho moon mountains monntalns moonalas ¬
alas of western North Carolina and nndIn ondIn andin
In n great many Instances Ins lances have largo largofamilies Jargotnmles largefamilies
families tnmles and no means ana IIn were sole solely solely ¬
ly dependent upon tho wages earned earnedby entnadby nnodby
by themselves and children chidren In tho thomills thomis themills
mills millsIt mis
mist It t will wi bo at least a week before the tboSouthern theSonthern theSouthern
Southern railways raiways line between betweenGreenville belw betwoonGreenville en enOreenvlo
Greenville Oreenvlo and Ind Spnrtnburg Bpnrtoburg Is In 11 run running runnlng running ¬
ning order according to word receiv received ¬
ed from Greenville Oreenvll nlcht headquarters of oftho ofthe
At present all trains o from New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York through tho waterswept tern torrltory lorrltory terntory
tory are running over the main line Ino to toCharlotte toCbllrloUe toCharlotte
Charlotte thonco via Columbia CotlDbln to Auguata Au Augusta Auguala ¬
gusta nnd Into Atlanta over the acer Georgia Oeotgin acergia ¬
gia railroad while wblo those going out outfrom outfrom outfrom
from Atlanta Alanln to Now York travel tho thosamo thosamo thesame
samo route 101 to throwing nil ni trains on onthis onthlB onthin
this line Ino several hours late lateAPPROVED IlltOAPPROVED lateAPPROVED
APPROVED BY PRESIDENT PRESIDENTPayne PRESIDENTPtyne PRESIDENTPayne
Payne Is I Urged to Push Investigation Investigationof Investgation Investgationof
of Postofflco ScandalPresident Scandal ScandalPresident ScandalProsldont
President Roosevelt Itosovelt fully ruly approves approvestho
tho action ncton of the postofflco pstomco officials officnl In Inpressing II IIproaslng liipressing
pressing tho Investigation Investgnton of the do dopartmonts depnrtmonts dopartmonts
partmonts affairs It Il Is his Intention Intentionthat Inlollon Inlollonthat intentionthat
that tho Investigation shall bo
Inestlgnton 6101 sweep sweeping sweeplog ¬
ing nnd thorougn nnd tint every everycharge ccrychnrgo everycharge
charge properly vouched for Bhnll nhAI bo boprobed boI1robed hoprobed
probed to tho bottom botom and anl he has h so sonotified sonotfie sonotified
notified notfie Postmaster General PayneThe Payne PayneTho PnyneTho
Tho situation siuaton In tho postofflco Joslomce de department tp dopartment ¬
partment was considered In Its Is senor general seneI ¬
al phases at tho meeting of the cabi cabinet cabinet ¬
net Friday
BODIES FOUND IN MUD MUDReceding MUDRccedlno MUDReceding
Receding Waters Watra at Topeka Revealing RevealingCorpses Revealno RevealnoCorpaC RevealingCorpses
Corpses CorpaC at lt AH Al Points PointsTho polnt PointsThe
The dead In tho Topeka Topolc flood food now nownumber novnumber nownumber
number sovcntyelght lIoentelsh A boatman boatmanFriday boalmnnFrldny boatmanFriday
Friday afternoon nletnoon reported that seven sevenbodies soenbodlcs sevenbodies
bodies had hld been found fOlnl near tho north northend northend northend
end of Harrison street street Tho unfortun unfortunates unCorttn unCorttnntc untortdnites ¬
ates ntc were Mrs Mr Jessie Shaw and four fourchildren fourchidren fourchildren
children chidren a man and woman named namedShunkwerter namceShunlcwcrtor namedShunkwerter
Shunkwerter all ni from Sherry SherryTho SherryTho SherryThe
Tho body of a man named name Edwards Ewards EwardsWI1S Edwardswas dvarcswas
was picked up lp by a party near noa Boldlcrcreek Soldier Sldler Sldlercrock Soldiercreek
creek Other bodies bdie found dur during durIng uluring ¬
ing tho day were those of Mrs rs Nclllo NcllloWatson NellioWntson NellieWatson
Watson Mrs Mr Mlnnlo Prayers Proyer and andGcorgo DudGergo andGeorge
George Gergo McDonald McDonaldBLACKS McOnnk McOnnkBLACKS McflonnklBLACKS
BLACKS BARRED IN AFRICA AFRICAOnly AFRICAOnly AFRICAOnly
Only White British Subjects Can Vote VoteIn
In the Transvaal TransvaalA I IA
A special from Pretoria Transvaal TransvaalSouth TrnnsvnnlSoulh TransvaaiSouth
South Africa says In consequence consequenceot consoqUltCl
of tho opposition oppsltoa to the munlcl1nl municipal en enfranchisement enfranchlsoinent ¬
franchisement of colored c lored men tho gov government government gayernment ¬ I
ernment has decided to amend Imeml Iho Ihomunicipal Ihomunlclpnt themunicipal
municipal ordinances to 10 as to exclude excludealiens excude excludealiens I Ini
aliens ni ens ns lB well as colorod men thin thinrestricting thUrcslrlctlng thinrestricting
restricting tho franchise to white lint UrltIsh Drl lintlab
Ish subjects subjectsLIVERMORE subjectsLIVERMORE subjectsLiVERMoRE
LIVERMORE SEMS A wiNNER wiNNERPresident WINNER WINNERPresIdent I I II IPresident
President soakto SOC to Appoint Postmaster Postmasterat
at Balnbrldge Ga OaA GaA GaA
A Washington special says saTI Geor Georgia Oer Oergil Georgia ¬
gia gil republicans ropubtcans aro walling waitng impatient ImpAtent
ly for President Ilooserclt IoBorelt to 0 nettle nettletbe RoUlethe settlethe
the contest cntest now pending over tho
Dalnbrldgo postmastcrsblp It I In I un1 un1dcrstood un I IderatO Ideretoo4
dcrstood deratO that he has ha concluded concuded to ap al ¬
point pint George I Llrcrmoro who bo h 53supported i isupported hsupprted
supprted supported b > ibo administration adn1nlBtrton in inpublicans rnpubJcn uupubllcan
pubJcn publicans and Ind bli hi appointment appintmet I Is ex expocted e cxpocted
pocted pocte to b b be announced fccoro b orl the thepresident t tlepresident
preldclt president goes E go i to Oyster Day D r rJi
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Important I m ora nt Events Eventsof vcnt5of
of f Each Day DayMiss DfiyMiss y yMiss
btovpns of Hall coun county cent couty centI
Miss Mary btoYjns Ha1
died shortly after eating bronInto bron brondInto broruinto
ty I Ga nier eatng
Into the dough of which a spider hi hiboon hnd hndbC habeen
boon bC < n knrcdcd knrcdcdJohn knreded knrededJobn kneededJohn
John Tanner of 111 Hall county Gi Giswonrs OasWlnrJ Gaswpqrs
swonrs sWlnrJ out warrant nt for daughter I Ilaws In InInws I Ilaws
laws arrest wtr charging her with wlb polio poliorlng polioIng polan polanIng
Ing her husband husbandFast husbandFast
Fast 1 nst train No 07 and nr1 a frelgl frelgltrain lrelghttrnln froightrain
train of tho Southern SOllberncolded collided lenr lenrCharloto flOS flOSCharlotte ei eiCharlotte
Charlotte Charloto N 0 OMondny Monday Three po potnl ps psInt P01tal
tnl clerks and an engineer onglner hurt hurtFlvo hurl hurlFlyo hurtFive
Five negroes aro reported reprted as a ha haIng hnv hnvIng himing
Ing been shot ohottodeath to death In Smith Smlthcoun SmlthcounIy corn couty cornty
ty Mississippi Monday on account i itho of oftho C Cthe
tho killing tling of two white men by U Unegroes two twonegroes twnegroes
negroes negroesTho negroesTho
negroesThe Tho flood food situation at St 8t Louis Louisnot Lula II IInot I Inot
not Improved About twenty deaths dcattby deathsby deathby
by drowning have been ben reported reportedGeorgia rported rsportodGeorgia
Georgia has boon bon allotted aUoled a Hitover Hit Juo Juoover littlover
over 27000 ns her horsharo share of tho 2
000000 appropriated by congress con gross ft fttno for fortno tono
tno no mllltla mllltlaOwing mil militiaOwing til tilOwIng
Owing to troubles nt ValparatmUnited Valparatm VatpnrahoUnied ValparalcUnited
United Unied States war ships have been o odered or ordero oidered
dered dero to Chilean waters to protc protcAmerican protet protetAmerlcnn protecAmerican <
American Interests InterestsTho Inlere8tsTho interestsTue
Tho Groff brothers have been lidieted li In Icdicted
dieted for alleged aleged complicity complcity In th tbpostal thpostal tbo tbopostal
postal scandal The grand jury is no noconsidering now noconsideringthe
considering the case of General Tync Tyncand Tynornnd Tynoand
and wife wlfoChauncoy wie wifeChauncoy
Chauncoy Dewey Dwey a cousin eusln of At Atmlrnl Mntirnl d
mlrnl Dewoy Is In danger of bcin bcinlynched belll bellllynched beluilynched
lynched In Kansas on account of hi hialleged his hisaloged hialleged
alleged aloged connoctlop conneclop with wih the killing kiing c ctbo 01 01th o olie
lie th Berry family familyTho fnmllyTho familyTim
Tho French shelled tho town a aFiugig c cFlugltf of
Flugltf In Morocco Monday Women Woraoand Womennnll Womoiand
1 luglt
and children chidren have been killed killedIt Jelod JelodI
It I has been decided In the No Tram Tramvan Trnnavnat Tranavant
vnat van that municipal suffrage Is not t tbe to tobe b bbe
be allowed nl0wed to the 110 negroes negroesJudgo negroesJudgo negroesJudge
Judgo Emory Speer is asked t tJellvcr to todetver tdeliver
detver deliver In Atlanta Atnnta his lecture on Rot Rotort nobcrt Robrt
ort rt E Loo for the benefit of ofth ofthOalnes th thQalncsvlllo tbQainesville
Oalnes Qalncsvlllo vlloBllfer sufferers sufferersWhlla sufferOrsWhile rs rsWhlo
While Whlo drawing a r chock cbok iln unMoOtozumit i iMontezumn n nMontezuml1
Montezumn Ga Oi bank Friday FldllY to pa paIlls IIY IIYhl pahis
hl Ills Ufo Ifo Insurance premium J U UFarrlll 1 13Larnil1
Forrl Farrlll fell fet dead deadA
A mob of citizens cllzons at Wynne Arktarred Ark Arktarred Ak Aktnrrcd
tarred and feathered two Momphl Momphlmen MomphlaJen
men ono on of whom was charged wit witIntending wIthIntnding witIntending
Jen
Intnding Intending to elope elopowltl with the wife wlo of ofWynne ofVynro a aWnno
Wynne merchant merchantForest merchnntForest merchantForest
Forest Forest flros are 110 still otl raging i iNew L LNqw
New England and Now York YorkrTho YorleTho YorkThe
The flood food situation slunlon along tho ti tiper up uppor tiper
per Mississippi Is very critical A Aready AIreldy Already
ready Immense damage has bee hcoilone beedone cel
done
I At i Washington tho massing c cUnited ot otI oUnited
I Unied United States warships off the Chin Chincoast Chinacoasl ChinEcoast
coast is considered significant 1 1view II IIvi Ii Iiview
view vi ow of tho alarmist report of Adm Athatral Admral Allmirn
ral rn Evans Enls on conditions condilons In China ChinaA Chln
A German sergeant has been Den nertenccd Denlenced ncntonced
tenccd to prison for rutnllty rullily to pr prvales pni pniyates rl rli
i vales It was WIS wa proven that thlt the lhoser lhosergont sot scigennt sotgeint
gennt gont frequently Crequent spat In the ho mouths c crecruits ci cirecruits
I tecru recruits recruitsAt Is IsI
I At Paris Inrla a 1 fight fght Is In progress be betwocn boo boolwocn betwoen
twocn tho mother and wlfo of John C CDrccklnrldgo Cnreclelnrldgo CBreckinridgo
Drccklnrldgo for control of ottho the pet person petson Jer
I son of the California Calornia millionaire mllondro win winIs whaIs wInis
Is alleged nleged to be Insano InsanoTho inoanoThe
I Tho south Is asked to send flowerto flower
I to decorate graves of confolcrnto dead deaiat deadntCamp doaat
at ntCamp Camp Chase Columbus OhioAccording Ohio OhioAccording
I According to an official statemon statemonIssued Italemont ItalemontIssued statemonlissued
Issued by b tho relief relef corps at Galnes Galnesvlllo Onlne3vllle Oninotyule
vlllo nlnotyflvo ninoty flvo are dead and Ind It Itls Is bo boMoved belioved
Moved that twelve more will wi die dieWork dloWork dIeWork
Work has stopped on the mam mammoth mammoth mannmoth
moth Mohawk 101lwk stool Itol plant at Brims Drunswick DrBs BrimsvIcl
I wick Gn tho constructing constructng company companyclaiming companyclllmlng companyclaIming
clllmlng claiming that thatpnyments payments are overdue overdueSolicitor ovcrduI ovcrdtisSolicitor
I Solicitor Sbclor Pottle Potte of tho Ocmulgeoa Ocmulgeo Ocmulgoeli i
Ga a circuit Is working to have the theball thob11 thinbail
b11 ball of Mrs Lizzie Uzlo Grlflm Orlm charge chargeivlth chargelI
I wih with tho murder of her husband husbandraised husbllndrlscd husbandraised
rlscd rlscdI raised
I Tho caso of August W V Machon Machoniccuscd Mnchonaccused Maclionaccused
accused of accepting ncceplng bribes while whlo in inho 11 ittthogoverninent
ho government goernn enl service has been pre prejcntod protented
tented to tho court by brtho the grand Jury Juryit Jurlat
it Washington WashingtonHon Washingtonlon
I Hon lon Jefferson D Browne chair chairnan choirmln chairnan
mln nan pf f the Florida railroad rairoad comrnls comrnlsilon comml comnihuion <
ilon has been exonerated 6f 6 the lob Iobtying lobbylng lobying <
tying charge preferred lreferred against alnst him himAll himAll himAll
All tho property of the Atlantic Atlantiecoast Atlantic2oast Atlanta AtlantaCoast
Coast Lumber Company of South Car Carillna Cnrollnnhns Carlinahas
ollnnhns illna linahas has been sold soldJudgo soldJudlo soldJudge
Judge Judlo Nile Nies of tho Mississippi Mississippiedernl Mississippiedera1
edernl court has reopened < 1 tho lumber lumberate lumberralolnJlncllon lumberate
ralolnJlncllon ate Injunction hearing assuming Isumlngthat Isumlngthathis thatus that thatils
his court has Jurisdiction JurisdictionPassenger jurscleton jurisdictionPassenger
Passenger trains collided colde near nearillllwell nearSllwel neariiliweil
Sllwel illllwell Kans Thursday Th rslla1 Nine per perons persons perions
ured sons were kilted kUed and twentyeight in inured Injured intured ¬
The Ohio republican convention conventionomlnatcd conventon conventiontominateth
nominated Myron Herrick for governor governornd governorand
and nd Indorsed President Prosld nt Roozcvclt Ho oct for forsecond lorn forsecond
n second seconl term termTho termThe
Tho total number of dead at Tope Topoa
1 a has hl reached sovcntyclgnt and many manyro mnn mnnaro
aro ro missing missingA
A decree hns been Issued I ued at nt Do Doota Dogotn lieota
gotn ota stating Btntng that order has been ro rostored
stored throughout Colombia ColombiaHashlUazouks ColombiaUashlDuouks Colombiah3ashtiBazouk
HashlUazouks burned bura l a village villagecar
near car Monastlr Monastr In European EuroP03nTur Turkey vlago vlagonear cy
anll nd butchered tho Inhabitants
Inhnblants Many Mau Mauwomen
omen and girls died fighting fghtng for their theironor theironor
honor onor
Russia has ordered Jews who whowlh whh whhown wbhaown
to > own property to confine contn themselves themselvesa
lo a tho polo Jlo There is only onl 110 10 towns townsI
In I Russia
where Jews cn can own real roalitnto realstate
estaloMOTHER state stateMOTHER itntoViOTHER roa II
MOTHER SUSPECTED OF CRIME CRIMEjvannah CRIMEavannah I ISivannah
jvannah Woman Arrested Ar aed on Oharge Chargeof I
of Poisoning Young Son ScnCamio SonCamille
Camlllo Camio Gray Orr a wblto wblo womab was wasTested wasareted wasrrestcd
areted Tested at Savannah SRannllh Ga Oa Friday Fldny on oniechargo
tho charge 10 of murder She Is I suspect
e I I of having polsoned polsotfed her Emontbs luapec
6monla 6monlaold
old d son conTbo sonThe sonTho
The child died Thursday afternoon afternoonno aferon
1ho ho no mother mottor claimed that the childs chlidcolore chiIdiiorcti
colore Jorod nurse nure had administered admlnlsu rod theudanum the themUmirn
laudanum and then mado her escape escapeiter
lt iter tei the nurse girl surrendered surendere and andclsred
decluod clsrcd hit she Ibe had ba seen sen tho th moth mothadminister mothadminister
mot
e administ administer the poison pl
POISON IN
Young Bride Charged With WithMurder Wih WihMurdor WithMurder
Murder of Her Husband HusbandA
A SENSATIONAL AFFAIR AFFAIRState
Contents of ofYoung ofVoung ofYoung
State at teChclst Chemist Analyzed Aalyzcd
Young Mans Stomach and Found FoundTraces FoundTrace FoundTraces
Traces of Strychnine strchnineWar strchnineWarrmt 8trychnineWDN 8trychnineWDNrant War Warrant
rant Immediately Follows FollowsJohn Folows FollowsJohn J JJohn
John W Tanner father of Wlloy Wloy F FTanner FTanner FTanner
Tanner who died under suspicious Dusplcous cir circumstances cr crcumstanccs circumetances ¬
cumstances at his homo In InOlncb Clinch district dis district dil dilllct ¬
trict Hall county On Saturday May
llct I11l af afternoon nrternoon atternoon
23 swore out a warrant Monday ¬
ternoon against Mrs Onto Tanner Tannerwife Fannerwife nnner nnnerwlo
wife wlo of tho young man who died diedcharging diedclargln8 diedcharging
charging her with wih murder murderTho murdor1ho murderThe
clargln8 The warrant was Immediately turn turned turned turned ¬
ed over to Sheriff Sherif Gllmcr of Hall Hallcounty Hnl Hnlcounty Hallcounty
county and ane tho th Ito officer ofctr loft l l for tho thohomo thohomo thehome
homo of Frank Duncan father of the thoyoung theYOllng theyoung
young woman whoro sho was staying stayingto slaylnto
to make tho arrest and return her to toGainesville toOalnesvlo toGainesville
Gainesville Oalnesvlo to bo Incarcerated In tho thoHall thoHal thehall
Hall Hal county jail jailTho Jnl jailThe
Tho state stltO chemist Monday morning morningforwarded morningtorwarde morningforwarded
forwarded tho ho result resul of his Investiga Investigations Invostlgf Invostlgft0rs invostigzttions ¬
torwarde
tions to Dr J D Mnuldln of Flowery FloweryBranch llowcr1Dranch FloweryBranch
Branch t0rs who Immediately Immedlatetycommunlea Immedlatetycommunleatcd communica communicated ¬
ted tho some to John W Tanner nnor at athie athie athis
hie homo near Chestnut mountain mountainTanner mountainTonnOr mountainTanner
Tanner at once hitched hlehod up his team teamnnd toamnnd teamand
nnd went to Gainesville Oainesvlle whero tho thowarrant thoarrBnt thewarrant
warrant was sworn awor out at E30 oclock oclockp
p m The result of tho chemists ana analysis anlllsls tunalysis ¬
lysis showed ninetenths nln tentbs of a grain ofstrychuiine of efstrychnine ofstrchnlne
strychnine In the stomach and glass glassfrom gtasstrom glassfrom
from which milk mik was drank Thin llo was wassufficient wassufficient wassufficient
sufficient to satisfy satsy Tanner and ho hoat 10 10at hueat
at onco proceeded proccedot to swear out a war warrant wnrrant sarrant ¬
rant charging his laughter In laPwith law lanrwith lawwith
with murder murderThe murderTfo murderThe
The case Is ono of the he most sensa sensational nensl nensltonnl 5CflSEtional ¬
Tfo elSo
tional over 0 occurring In tho county countynnd cOlnt1 countyand
and has aroused great grentlntorost Interest Sat Saturday 1nt 1nturday Saturday ¬ l
urday May 23 Tanner sat Slt down tohis to tohis tobla
his noonday meal apparently In the thobest tlloboslO thebest
best of health he1lb nnd In the enjoyment enjoymentof
of boslO a contented homo with his bride brdo of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two months Sho hnd already parta partaken 111ta 111taken tartahen ¬
ken of her meal when ho arrived but butlike blltlke butlike
like tho happy wlfo she was wnl supposed supposedto Duppo ed edto
lke to bo sat down by her husband and andtalked andtoteed andtallied
talked pleasantly pt038nnl to him Tho Thomo1 Thomo1hndonly meal mealhnd mealhad
had hndonly toteed only proceeded proceede a short time lmo when whenTanner wh whenTanner n nTanner
Tanner turned to his wile wlo and nnl re remarked remarlted remarlCcd ¬
marked that lucre must mu t be something somethingtho
tho marlted matter with wih the hue buttermilk bulormllt at tho thosamo ho hosamo hosame
samo mnler time tmo asking a9t < nc her to taste tlste it itwhich I Iwhich itwhich
which sho did Sho spit out what she ehodrank Ebo Ebodrank shedrank
drank without lhou swallowing sWlllowlng any nnd nndTanner nndqanner antianner
Tanner anner poured tho lie remainder In a aslop aslop aslop
qanner slop tub which was afterwards aferwnrds given givensomo ghcnsome givensome
drinking of oftho ottho ofthe
which after
some hogs nlor trlntdut
tho milk mik also iliedIn died diedIn Ilec
In a few moments Tanner Tannr wao waodeathly wacdeathly to todelthly
deathly Bid nnd ccroamlng to his hiswife h hwIfe hiswife
wife that ho was win poisoned Tanner ran ranto ranto
to tho homo of his uncle unco Henry Tan Tanner Tanner Tanncr ¬
crying to tohim tohim tohim
ner a short distance 11shnco away
him that ho was deathly dotlhly sick Wileys Wileysundo Wlos Wlosunclo Wileysuncle
undo ran toward loVnrll him nnd caught him himIn bln blnIn hintin
In his arms ns asho ho was about aboutlo to sink to totbo lolho toho
tbo earth earthTo ea earthTo rlh rlhTo
To lila undo John Tanner repented repentedwhat rep03OIwhnt reiiozttCiiwhat
what ho had unco said slt to 0 his wife wlfott1t wifothat that ha hahod 10 10hnd e ebind
bind been poisoned All wa < j done for forhim forblm forhim
him that his pcoplo knew what to do dobut 10 10but dobut
but In forty 10rlySh0 flvo minutes I1nule8 life lo was ex extinct extnct cxtinct ¬
tinct tnct his body assuming a rigidity rigiditythat rlghlty rlghltyIhnt rigiditythat
that usinlly usu11y follows fotows tile administration administrationof ndmll1lstrnlon ndmll1lstrnlonof
flloollng rhoyoung rho rhoyoung
of strychnine strcmlno or similar slmlnr poisons pisons
young mans death beIng so peculltr peculltrJohn pecuthrJohn peculiirJohn
John Tanner his father taller had Coroner CoronerDorscy CoronerDorsey CoronerDorsey
Dorsey to hold an Inquest over the thobody tobOdy thebody
body tho Sunday following followingDuring fotowlng fotowlngDuring followingDuring
During tho Investigations Investsatons it wns uocldcd uo aocdC uocided
cldcd to havo nn analysis nuhsls made of tho thoyoung thoyoung lie lieyoung
cdC OJ
young mans stomach Accordingly Accordinglytho Accorln11 Accorln11lho
Until a abody abodY abody
the Inquest was 8 suspended unt
body of physicians physicans made the test testwhich testwhich testwhich
which was I ono Monday May 25 by byDr byDr byDr
Dr E P Ham Dr K 1 A bnltth Inlh and andDr nndDr antiDr
Dr T C Gowor of Gainesville Onlne8vlo Dr DrCooper DrCooper DrCooper
Cooper of Hoschton and Dr Kcnuetly Kcnuetly3f
of Bcllmont BcllmontTho Dellmonl
The test made by these physicians physicIansdid
did not disclose disclosenny any poleon In Tan Tanicrs Tnnners Tannors
icrs stomach nnd the physicians physiciansnado pbyslclan8mao
mao made known their investigations Inveatgatlons to tohe tolhe tothe
he coroners coronro Jury nt tho Investigation Investigationn Invostgatlon Invostgatlonon
on > n Tuesday following folowing the young mans mansloath mansdeth mansdeath
deth dethTho loath deathThe loathTho
Tho coroners Jury falling lntng toasccr toaseerLain toasccraln to nsC
Lain tho cause of young Tanners Tannersleath Tannersdealh Tannersheath
heath John Tanner decided to havo havoin
in analysis made by tho state stltochcmlst stltochcmlstof chemist chemistif
of if f his sons stomach stomachVETERAN stomleh stomlehVETERAN stomachVETERAN
VETERAN JURIST JURISTudge ETIREB IETIREOiudge ETIREBJudge
Judge Caldwell Cnldwl of Appellate Appelate Court CourtServed Cour Courrved CourtServed
Served rved Uncle Sam 39 Years YearsA
A special from Little ttto Hock Ark Arkays Ale AlePnys Arkiays
Pnys ays Judge Henry Honr c Caldwoll Cnldwol of ofho otIho ofho
ho eighth eighh circuit circui court of o appeals has hasctlrod hasIctlred hissetired
ctlrod Ho Jo reached tho ngo ng limit Iml of
70 0 years six months ngo nnd his hil hii retire retirement rotre rotirenent ¬
ment became effective etretlvo Juno 4th 4thJudge 4h 4hJlldge 4thJudgo
Judge Caldwolls Calewets service on tho Unl Unled Unlled Unied
led ed States Sotes bench has covered covero a 1 period periodf
of f thlrtynlno Utrtnlno years Ho was appointS npllolnted
ed d < 1 by President Prosdent Lincoln nnd la It one of ofwo ottwo Ofwo
two wo of Lincolns Llncolnsnppolntees appointees who sur surIvo survho stirire
vho ire The The other Is United Unl States Statesudgo StntcJUdgo Statcarudgo
udgo Jackson J ckBonof of West Virginia VirginiaHEBREWS VlrglnlnHEBREWS VirginiaHESREWS
HEBREWS ARE RESTRICTED RESTRICTEDlannot RESTRICTfD RESTRICTfDCannot RESTRICTEDannot
Cannot Own Property prpery In Russia Rusll Ex Except Except Except ¬
cept Within Jewish Pole PoleA
A St St Petersburg dispatch ffoya ys The Tiiozar Tlo Tlocznr Thezar
zar has las approved tho decision decsIon of tho thoommittco thocommlteo theommittee
commlteo ommittco of ministers mlnlstefsforblddlng mlnlstefsforblddlngJews forbidding forbiddingews
Jews ews to aCQulro real cstato eslatoor or enjoy enjoylio onJoytho
tho lio proceeds thereof theref except In towns townsIthln tows to7U5rithin
within the Jewish polo until unU tho laws lawsonccrnlns I1WSconcerning lawsoncerain3
concerning Jews hnvo been reclvcJ reclvcJhero rehe reheThore reeivchere
hero art ar 110 10 such owns lawasSOLONS townsSOLON owns50LON8
SOLONS TO VOTE ASSISTANCE ASSISTANCEpeclal ASSISTANcESpecal ASSiSTANCEpedal
Specal pedal Session ef Kansas Legislature Legislatureto LegEIaturoto
to Convene Within Wihin Two Weeks WeeksIt WeeksI
It I Is regarded r garde in Topeka T pI < Hans as nsradically aspracUcatl asractically
radically certain that there hoo will wU ba baspectl bJa b bslicctt
a spectl session of the state loglsli loglsliire IIglshture
ture ire within wihin two weeks to t appropriate appropriateoney
money oney to relovo rc1 vo somo of thQ damage dnniagomsed dawgocused damagebused
cused bused by the flood lood of a week ago agoelegrams ngoTetegrams agoelegrams
elegrams are being beng sent tc l nil a1 the theembers thomembers theteinbera
embers asking them to eorvo eero with withit wit
ut pay P3 pa So S tar replies reples from twenty twentyive twentyhave
have ave been be recpIved refle who nro favorable favorabletho flyorlblo flyorlbloto
to I tho arrangement arrageDent arrageDentw arrangei arrangeit
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