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ift COTTON > NisTobnIc IS S TOO HIGHMills
1 r Mills Will Close Rather RathorThan RathorThanEngage Than ThanEngage Thani
i Engage In Losing Gamet Game GameMENACE GamoMENACE
T1 Dry Goods Jobbers arc Backing the theFactories theF
I Factories F ctorles and fld a Merry Contest ContestIs
Is Promised as to Who Can CanU
1 r I U r Hold Out Longest Longestr LongestTho LonaestTho
I Tho situation ltuatlongroWS grows stronger Wo Wohavo Waliava 0 0havo
havo stopped all notices Issued both bothIn 110thIn bothhi
In Now Orleans nnd Now York ror < and andthere andthero
4 there were not w fl many Issued In Ineither Ineither Ineither
either city ell ns u wo oxpLCtod The cotton cottonwo
c wo aro now receiving on coutrnclo wo woarc woaro Wanra
arc selling to spinners all over tho thoworld tboorlll thoI
I world orlll said ono of tho managers of oftho oCIho oftho
tho cotton corner In Now York Satur Saturday Saturday Baturt ¬
t day With practically all tho market marketgamblers marketgamblers niarkofgamblers
gamblers In cotton futuros mined stud nndwith studwith 111111 111111with
I with tho spot dealers II allJrB frightened by tho thospeed thuI I
I I speed with which ho took up the 100 10GI
I 000 bales of cotton tendered him on onFriday onrhla onIday1
Friday rhla Iday1 W P 1 Drown the Now Orleans Orleansking OrlonsItlng
1 king ot cotton Saturday camo fnco to tofnco 10fnco
4 fnco aco with his most dangerous enemy enemytho onelllY1bo enemyTha
tho nplnncrs nnd dry goods Jobbers JobbersMills JobbersMills jobbersMills
Mills everywhere prepared to cloNe cloHorefusing CIOKOretuslng cloNerefusing
refusing to pay pa amino prices for cot cotton cottOil ¬
4 ton that havo resulted from Browns lrownoperations lIrownI lIrownovoratlons Brownsoerattons
I operations Dry goods merchants en encouraged enJ ¬
4 J couraged this suspension of business businesssaying bUBlne8saolng business4I
4I saying that because of tho wide preva prevalence provlonco provalance ¬
lance of strikes the cotton market was wasdull wa wadull waadull
dull and prices could not Lo advanced advancedto
S to tho level required to make a profit profiton
on the high price of raw cotton cottonThis cottonrhls cottonlhfs
This promises to loavo Drown with without withI lth lthout ¬
I s out tho purchasers for tho cotton ho hohas hehns liehost
has forced to such high prices Un Unless UnI tinloss ¬
I less tho McFnddens are really back of ofhim ofj
> j him as n many declare they tlIO are sober nobormerchants sobolc sobermerchants
c 1 merchants expect cxedto to see wild times In Intho Inlf tntbo
lf tho cotton pit before tlio now crop cropcomes cropcomcs cropcomes
comes to market The cntlro specula speculative speculnr specutativo ¬
r tive world Is at sovcro tension expect expectlug oxpeetk0 oxpectlug
k0 lug nnd In fact hoping for a catastro catastrophe cotaltroJlho cntastrolilie ¬
phe Drown Dr wn and his friends nro the thoonly the7t thej
j > 7t only confident ones In the market marketThoy markotThoy inarkotI
I Thoy laugh at tho allowed attempt of ofspot ort ofspot
t spot dealers to swamp thorn with cot cotton cotf cott ¬
t ton deliveries and sny that since they theybought thoybought
1 j f bought most mo t of their th lr holdings at 9 9cents 0I 9y
y cents or thereabout It Itls Is no trouble to tocot toGot toI
I Got money whllo tho market price is isabout IIabout isabout
I about 13 cents Thoy Tho have profits profitsenough prontsj profitssnough
j tI enough on papor to carry carr tho cotton cottonAs cottonIJ
IJ t 4 tr As there are but 300000 bales ot tbo tboold thoold tbeold
old crop avallablo outside of tho mills millsIt
u I 14f It will bo seen that tho Drown corner cornerIs
I 4 Is a remarkably tight one It IB sup supposed IUPposod supI ¬
I J posed that there thercnro are short contracts contractsout
I out for July August and September Septembernumbering Scptembernumbering Septemberqi
qi 1 numbering millions of bales balesJAPS balolJAPS
Uncle Sam Will Soon Have One More MoreProblem MorcProblem MoreProblem
Problem on H HIs Hands HandsIn HandIn
I In addition to the negro problem In Intha Intho inthe
the south and the Moro problem In tho tho1lilllpplncs tho1111111pplnes theI
I 1lilllpplncs the United States tlt08 will Boon Boonliavo loonJIOVO soonS soon1iio
liavo a Japanese Jllpnn o problem In tho Ha Hawaiian IInvallan 1lawailan ¬
waiian Islands IslandsAccording IslandsAccordIng islandsI
I According to a report on labor condi conditions condltlons condir ¬
r units In tho Hawaiian Islands 10lnn < < lR just justmado Justmado justi
i mado nad by Commissioner of Labor Car Carroll Carroll ¬
4 roll D Wright thu Japanese ojoment ojomentIn
I i In the Islands Is multiplying so s rapid rapidly mphf ¬
f ly r that lit a for to years e3rs comparatively comparativelyspeaking COIIIIIrnllvolyspeaklnn coziipamatlyolypi
pi speaking the Hawaiian born Japanese JapaneseAmerican JllpnnesoAmorlcan JapaneseItiiierlcnn
American citizens of the Islands will willoutnumber willoulnumber vfhlV
V outnumber the citizens of other races racesand racesand racesnni
and will bo ablo nub to control controllho the politics politicsof
of tho territory
1 Tho present population of the Is Islands Islands isC ¬
C lands Is slightly over 100000 1 OOOO and a amajority nlnjorlty amajority
majority of tho inhabitants are Asia Asiatics Aslntics Asiatics ¬
Chief Executive Goes Virtually Into IntoRetirement IntoRetirement Intoflotlreniant
Retirement at His Summer Home HomePresident HomePresldellt HomePresident
tf President Roosevelt left Washington WashingtonSaturday WalhlnglonSaturday WashingtonSaturday
Saturday morning for Oyster Hay Iln N NV NY Ny
Y Few persons were at tho railroad railroadstation rallr0411Itnllon railroadstation
station when the presidential train trainpulled Irllinpulled trainpulled
pulled out The Journey was une uneventful UIIOventtul tinoI ¬
I venttul venttulIt
It Is announced by b Secretary Loob Loobtliat loobUlat Loobp
p that tho president will receive a tow fewcallers towallora towallora
allora at Sagamore Hill this summer aummorand summorand summerand
and thoso who hopo to tee him will bo boobliged boob1led tieobliged
obliged to make engagements through throughMr UlrouhMr
Mr Loob In advance nd aneo of their arrival arrivalat
Negroes cf Wilmington Forego Possi Possibility I Ibllity ¬
bility of Precipitating Preclplt 1t1na MON Trouble Troublej
j Tho proposed mass meeting of col colored colorc coiorcd ¬
ored orc residents rc hlonls of Wilmington Dela Delaware Ihlnwtro IhiaWare ¬
ware to protest ngalust lynchlngs and
1 lo f toko steps to protect the Iegro pop ¬
ulation of tho vicinity was not held
1 MontMy MOnt 1 night as scheduled The olll 01UclitIa outdais
dais made a request of Influential InauellUallolorod col colorcd colored
orcd men to uto us their Influence against
the he holding of a meeting at this tlll time
for co tho reason that such a gathering
might Incite further trouble between I
tho whites and the blacks blacksWATSON blacksWATSON
Covered Up Defalcations In Highest HighestStyle HlghutStle Highc3tStyle
Style of the Art ArtFriday ArtFrIda Artt
t 1 Friday FrIda James T Potty Pull tho auditor auditorof 1ulturOf
of t tho District of Columbia Bulnnlitci Bulnnlitcito
to the commissioners his report on iho ihorecent Ihorecent thurecent
recent defalcation In his ufllec l lIy lIywhlcb bywhich > y ywhich
which tho district loses about 73ooo 73oooind 73000nd 73OOQmd I
ind for which James Watson a clerk clerkIs I
i Is In custody charged with forgery and andimbozzlcment anI anIC andI
I C 0 imbozzlcment Auditor Potty says saysthat saysIliat
that Watson covered up his defalca defalcation ¬
f 1 1 L f tion In 11 such way wa that they could not noto notIQ
t IQ o tC4tll discovered discoveredf discoveredNATIONS dlacoorodATIONSCONGRATULATE discuvoredNATIONSCONGRATULATE
A Number of Chiefs Cn I do of 0 f states Extend ExtendGlad ExtenGl Extendt d
t Glad Gl d Hand to Servian Ruler RulerThe RulerTho fluterTho
Tho kings of Italy and Rourannla RourannlaPresident RoumlnloPresIdent Roumantap
p President Loubot of France nud nudPrince RullPrInce autiPrinco
Prince Nicholas of Montenegro have hoaddod j jadded
f 3 added their congratulations to these al alreceived alI atrtdV
I rtdV y received r eled by King Klnglotoror Jolor or Ser Sorother
ftl1rom ift Irma other chiefs thIO V6fBin t t4ates otell ten I Iore I
71ItJtq tchnUl ore Qr rogprdcd rl IJrdd an anrococitltfon fliiLi J
iLi JItY ttth mclat rococitltfon rll < lJIIIOI of tbu 1111r thuTi
rn ot
r I Ifi
HHi i i 11 I I 11 HH + 1H ill 1 111H 111HCream I 11 11Cream
f Cream of News NewsBrief Newsj Newsj8rlef jl jlf
f + + f + + i + Htft HtftBrIef +
Brief Summary of Most MostImportant MostImportant MostImportont
Important evcnt5 evcnt5of
of Each EachTho Day DayTho DoyThe
Tho Wesley celebration continued continuedIn
In n Savannah Oa O Sunday nil tho thoUejhodlat thoMejbodlst theojhiodisL
Uejhodlat pulpits In the city being beingIlled bolnsftlled beingfilled
filled by ministers who talked of Wes Wcsoy Weslay
10 lay oy
A largo mass meeting was held at atGainesville atOainesvillo atGainesville
Gainesville Oa 0 < < Sunday afternoon at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which thanks woroglvon for tho gen generoslty generosity
eroslty shown tho sufferers from the thorecent Iherocont therecent
recent storm nt tho hands of tho pco pcoplo peeplo ¬
plo of Georgia ofOoorglnRlcbmond GeorgiaRichmond GeorgiaRichmond
Richmond Va spent n quiet Sun Sunday SundB Sunday ¬
day dB no violence resulting from tho thostreet thostroot thestreet
street car strlho Iloth sides expect expectultimate expectultimate expectultimate
ultimate victory victoryHarvoy victoryHarvoy victoryHarvey
Harvoy I Logan > gan the noted train rob robber roltber robber ¬
ber who escaped from the Knoxvlllo KnoxvllloTonn InoxvllloTenn iCnoxvlfloToan
Tonn jail Is still at largo largoB
B H peas head of tho colored ro republican ropubllcnn ropublican ¬
publican organization In South Caro Carolina CnroIIna CaroJina ¬
lina la out In n bitter attack on Presi President Prosldont Ircaident ¬
dent Roosevelts southern policy policySenator pOllcrSonnlor policySenator
Senator Hanna In addressing tho thoSalvation thoBnlvatlon thoSalvation
Salvation Army at Cleveland Ohio Ohiosays Ohioeays Ohiosays
says If ho had time to preach ho would wouldjoin wouldjolll wouldjoin
join the Salvation Army ArmyThe Arnl ArnlThe ArmyThe
The scene ecC O of tho burning ot otGoorgo DCGeorgo of000rgo
Goorgo White tho negro near Wit Wilmington WImlngton Witmtngton ¬
mington Del was visited by thou thousands thouenndB thousands ¬
sands of persons Sunday Trolley lines linesand Unesand linesand
and cabs did dldn a thriving business businessPresident bURlnessPresldont businessPresident
President Roosevelt passed a quiet quietSunday quietBunday quietSunday
Sunday nt Oyster Day with Ms family familyHo
Ho attended divine service In tho thoraotning thomotnlng themcftning
raotning at Christ church of which ivhlchMrs whichMrs hlch hlchMrll
Mrs Roosevelt Is a member memberFourteen memborFourteon memberFourteon
Fourteon dead bodies havo been beentaken beentaken boentaken
taken from tho wreck of a Dllboa train trainIn
In Spain SpainKing SpainRing
King 1 < Inll Peter of Sorvla attended attendedchurch nttcndollcburch attendedchurch
church Sunday without escort Ofllclal Ofllclalreport Offici Offlciatreport at atrOJlOrt
report of killing of King Alexander AloxanderdofendB do dofends dofends
fends tho assassins
Tho Georgia supremo court has hashanded hnshandod hashanded
handed down a decision < making tho thooperation thooperatiOtl theoperation
operation of turf exchanges unlawful unlawfulSenator unlllwrulSenalor unlawfulSenator
Senator II J Williams of the Six Sixteenth SIxteenth Sixteenib ¬
teenth Georgia district announces for forJudgo torJudgo forJudge
Judgo of tho Middle circuit to succeed succeedJudgo succeedJudgo succeedJudgo
Judgo Evans EvansTho EvansTllo EvansThe
The Georgia house of representa representatives ¬
tives hOB passed a bill amending tho thoconstitution thoconBtltuUon theconstitution
constitution so as to limit taxation for forall fornit forall
all purposes to 6 mills millsThree mlllllTllrco mills1Three
Three negroes wore lynched In Da Dakor Dakor TJakor
kor county G Oa Friday 1 < rlda for tho mur murder murder znurder ¬
der ot a whlto man manTho manTbo manThe
The annual meeting of the Geor Georgia Ooorgla Goorgia ¬
gia Educational Association at Cum Cumberland Cumberland Cumborland ¬
berland Island closed Friday 1 ldn7 N EWoro EWare E BWaro
Ware of Hawklnsvlllc was elected electedpresident c1c electedpresident < tctl tctlprosldent
president presidentIt
It Is believed that tho Alabama Alabamaminers AI Alabamaminors bama bamaminers
miners and operators will now roach roachan
an agreement agreementThrco agreementThrco agreementThree
Thrco Mississippi girls have filed filedsuits filedsuiti lodIIUIt
suits against the Southern for being beingleft beIngleft beingleft
left by a train at Spartanburg S 0 0Sir OSir 0Sir
Sir Thomas Lipton lunched with withPrcBldtnt withPrctlldent withPresident
President Roosevelt Friday General GeneralCorbln GeneralCorbIn GeneralCorbin
CorbIn and Senator Hanna woro woroamong woroamong woreamong
among those present presentExPostmaster prosentE presentBzPostmnitor
ExPostmaster E General Charles CharlesEmory CharieRLmory CharlesLmory
Lmory Smith has written a letter In Inregard 111rcgud Inregard
regard to the postal scaldal In so far faras Corna faras
as his administration Is Involved InvolvedGovernor InvolvedOoYcrnor involvedGovernor
Governor IJockham of Kentucky KentuckyIn ICon tucky tuckyIn
In a statement about tho Brcuthltt Brcuthlttcounty Drethlttcounty Drcsuthittcounty
county trouble bitterly resents tho at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to cast odium odlumon on tho entire cntlrostate entirestate I Istate
Tho saloons at Wilmington Del Delhave nelbaVe fleihave
have been closed and efforts are being beingmado baingmado beingmade
mado to prevent further trouble Cor Cornell Cornel Carnell ¬
nell licensed of aiding In burning the thanegro tboneiro thenegro
negro has boon discharged dischargedCuba
Cuba has postponed signing of tho thofinal thofinnllrtoUe thefinal
final finnllrtoUe treaties with the United States StatesIn
In assuming command of tho Ser Servian Sorvlnn Barjvian ¬
vian army ICIng Peter lauds tho out ofilcera omcers outcersi
cera and men menCount menCollnt menCount
Count Doni do Castcllano Is being beingpursued bolnglillrulled buingpursued
pursued by creditors It Is allogcd ho hohas hohas hohas
has not paid debts of honor honorTho honorTho honorThe
Tho celebration of tho bicen bicentennial blcenlonnlnl blcvnltonnial ¬
tennial of the tb birth of John Wesley Wesleybegan Wesloybeilnn Venloybegan
began In Savannah Ga Thursday Thursdaynight Tbllrsdl1Y1night Thtursdnynight
night with brilliant exorcises exorcisesAll
All three of tho boat races on tho thoThames thoThames thaThames
Thames were won by Yalo Harvard Harvardmade I1arvarllmade Harvardmado
made a gallant struggle but was out outclassed outclassed lutcla8l0d ¬
Governor Jelks says the Wllralng Wilmington
ton burning couldnt have happened h 1pel1ed In InAlabama InAlabl11ulI inAlabama
Alabama AlabamaBanker Alabl11ulIDanker AlabamaS
S Banker ONeal of Pcnsacola Fla Flawas FJawas Fiawas
was released on bond Thursday Thur dny by or order order order ¬
der ot Judge Pardee In Atlanta AtlantaA
A war Is Imminent at Charleston CharlestonS
S 0 between contractors and mom members mombers luciabars ¬
bers of the building crafts craftsTho craftsTho craftsrho
Tho trIal of James H Tlllman for forthe torthe forthe
the murder of N G Gonzales will take takeplace tkoIIlIco takeplftco
place In Lexington county count South Caro Carolina Carolina Carehun ¬
lina where tho next term begins on ontho ontho onthe
tho third Monday In September SeptemberPops SelltomberPOPII SeptemberPope
Pops Leo Thursday conferred red redhats retlhats rodhats
hats on the newly newl created cardinals cardinalsTho
Tho bxtremo weakness of tho Pontiff pontlftwas 1101l1lnwas
was apparent apparentJudgo npparentJudlo apparentJudge
Judge Speer In United States Statescourt SlatCIIcourt Statescourt
court nt Macon fined three young youngGeorgia youngGeorgia oungGeorgIa
Georgia farmers 9100 100 each for holding holdinga holdltl holdltlII
a negro In Involuntary servitude servitudeSir
Sir Thomas LIpton was tho guest guestof
of President Roosevelt In Washington WashingtonThursday WashingtonThllredny WashingtonThursday
Thursday night nightPresident nightPresident
President Roosevelt hns decided to totrammit totransmit
transmit tra ul1l to the czar tho petition cf
tho American Jews pleading for bet
ter treatment of their fellow In Rus Ruscill BuScia
Emperor William Inspected tho
United States battleship Kcarsargoat
Roll The kaiser complimented urn
ce eels and id Joked with antlers
Tuo general assembly of Georgia Georgiamet Jcorglamet leorguntact
met last Wednesday morning In reg ¬
ular session sessionRor soulonRor sessionBar
Ror R L Drounhton l1rou bton pastor of
Baptist Tabernacle In Atlanta Is iscbrgod
charged with plagiarism in tile ser sermons Slrmons sormons ¬
mons on Tho Women of tho Bible BibleAt DibleAt BibleAt
At Harvard university Friday lrldll Pro Prefessor Protosser
fcssor N S Shalom made a defense drfcusoJ
of confederate soldIers saying that thattheir thattheir
their picture should bo buns in II Ibo th thoof
Mtarr of the th university tnIV ttliyorsltyr rBnf
r f
Of Attempt to Breed Revolt Revoltin
British Consul In Colombia Makes Sen Sensatlonal Sensatlonal Bensatlonal
satlonal Statement Regarding RegardingPressure Regardingpreuure RcgardlnPressure
Pressure and Intrigue Brought Broughtto
to Bear De r by Opponents OpponentsTho
The Morning Advertiser London
on authority a statement by
consul general at Colombia con ¬
tho situation between the Uni United Unlted linited ¬
ted States and Colombia with regard regardto
to the Panama canal Tho statement statementIs
Is i as follows followsTho followsTho followsThe
Tho signing of tho HayHerran HayHerrantreaty HaylIerrantrcl1ty llayllorrantreaty
treaty by tho Colombian minister In InWashington InWashlneton inWashington
Washington has been tho object of ofAmerican ofAmerlcln ofAznericpn
American pressure and intrigue for formnny tormall formany
many mall months Every EveryoCCort effort has boon boonmada beenmadG boonmaths
maths to tircvont tho opposition party
headed by b General Reyes gaining RUm nufilclcfit RUmelt1lt sumcicit
clcfit power to defeat tho passage paDB go of oftho attho ofthe
tho bill but General Reyes is In pos possession II0SlIe88lon P05session ¬
session ofsufficlentnrms of sufficient arms and men to toproclaim toprpcll1lm toproclaim
proclaim a revolution and unseat Pros President IJrosIdent Prosidont ¬
ident Marroquln Ho does not desire desirethat Ileslrothl1t desirethat
that the United States should con construct conBtruct conatruct ¬
struct a canal but ho docs desire fair fairtreatment tallIreatmont fairtreatment
treatment General Reyes considers considersthat
that tho terms of payment are Insuffi Insufficient Insufficlont insumcleat ¬
cleat and ant as a protest ho Is prepared preparedto
to fight to the end endAs ondA endAs
As A another means of gaining g lnlng their theirend theIrend theirend
end for many months American agents agentshave agontshavo agentshiwo
have been Inculcating a spirit of revolt revoltagainst rovoltnanlnst revoltagainst
against Colombian control Into the theminds thOminds tliOminds
minds of tho people pc pIo of Panama and andtoday alldtoday andtoday
today the people aro ready to rise rlsowhen rl risewhen o olien
when called to do oo by tho America Americaagitators Amerlca1nBltntors Amoricaiagitators
agitators and proclaim their Independ Independence ¬
ence This will bo done If ItOoneral ItOoneralRoyos General GeneralReyes Generalrtoyos
Reyes the vice president of tho repub republic ropu ropuIIcls ¬
lie IIcls is successful succossfullnillducing in Inducing Colombia Colombiato I Ito
to refuse to soil Panama will rlso
and anI proclaim its Independence with withAmerican withAmorlcan withAmerican
American guns and andAmerican American oromunl oromunlIon ammunltlon ammunition
Ion purchased with American money moneyAmerica mono monoAmorlcn moneyAmerica
America once on co again will wl1stop stop In and In Insert Insert insert ¬
sert tho Independence of a downtrod downtrodden ¬
den pcoplo as sho has dono In tho past pastto
to her own Increased and lasting lastingbenefit Instlngbonent lastingbenefit
benefit Then tho American govern government governmont governmoat ¬
mont will build the canal enforcing Its Itsown lisown itsown
own terms on tho helpless people peopleBECKHAM pcoploBJCKHAM peopleDCKHAM
Kentucky Governor Explains His Pall Position Palltlon posttion ¬
tion In the Breathltt County Matter MatterGovernor MatterGovernor MatterGovernor
Governor Decklmm In response lo lomany 10mnny tomany
many requests has given out a lengthy lengthystatement longthystatoment lengthystatement
statement In roforonco to his position positionIn OsItionIn
In tho Breathltt county connt matter Ho Hosaid 110alll liesaid
said tIm It was not within his constl constltutlonal conslltllUonal constitutional
tutlonal power to declare martial law lawand InwnUtl lawand
and try tho accused by court martial martialHo mllrtlal1I01enounced
Ho 1I01enounced denounced tho yellow journals of oftho ottho ofthe
tho north and east and asserted ho hohad 110hnd hohad
had dono everything overy thIng possible to sup suppress SUlpress suppress ¬
press tho lawlessness In Brcathltt Brcathlttcounty Drel1thlttcaunt I3roathuittcounty
county countyGovernor caunt cauntOovernor countyGovernor
Governor Bcckham severely arraign arraigned ¬
ed ad thoso whom ho allogcd to have been beentrying beonIrlng boontrying
trying to make political capital out of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Brcathltt county murderers saying sayingthat sBlngtbnt sayingthat
that had tho republican party shown showntho showntho shownlie
tho same eagerness to punish Goobbls Goobblsaasasslns OoohblsIUIIIIIssIIIS Goobbisassasshuis
aasasslns as the democrats have shown shownIn
In their thoirdesiro desire to see Marcum arciinf assaslns assaslnspunished aS8MlnBpllnlsheil assasinspunished
punished then that atrocious crlmo of ofover orovor ofover
over throo years onrs ago ng would now bo boavenged boavenged beavenged
avenged Governor Dcckham denies denlcahaving denieshnvlnJ denieshavIng
having pardoned twcnlyaovcn crimi criminals crimInnls criuninnls ¬
nnls from Urcathltt county count
Action In Allowing Train Robber LoOan Lo Logan Loaan ¬
gan to Escape Looks LooklSusplcloul LooklSusplcloulA Suspicious SuspiciousA
A special from Knoxvlllo Term Tcnnsays Tennsnys Termsays
says Through TluoushUnltedStntes United UniteciStates States Marshal MarshalAustin MarBhnlAllulln MarshalAustin
Austin tho department of justice JII8t1 O Mon Monday Monday 1011day ¬
day added ono hundred dollars to tho thoreward thorownrd thioreward
reward offered for Harvey Logans Loganscapture Ioganscapturo Loganscapture
capture This brings tho total up to
1100 In addition to the five thousand thousandoutstanding thousandoutstnndlng thiousaunioutstanding
outstanding for his arrest arrestTho nrrestTho arrestThe
Tho government officials by order orderof
of Judgo Clark began an Investiga Investigation In08t111tlon ¬
tion Into tho oscnpo os capo Monday morning morningTho morningTho morningThe
Tho officials would give out no de details dctnllB thetails ¬
tails of tho investigation but United UnitedStates UnitedStatos UnitedStates
States Marshal Austin dQOS not nosl nosllate nosltato sinaItate
late to openly condemn the jail author authorItlca nuthorItle8 authorItics
Senator Hanna Would Preach Pre ch Balva Salvation Balvatlon Balvation ¬
tion If He Just Had Time TimeA
A fine now citadel to cost 200000 200000to
to bo used as headquarters for tho Sal Salvation Snlvallon Salvatlon ¬
vation Army In tho city clt and vicinity vicinitywas Iclnltywas
was dedicated at Cleveland Ohio OhioSunday OhIoSundny OhioSunday
Sunday Senator Hnnna was wnschnlnnnn wnschnlnnnnoC chairman chairmanof
of the occasion and mado an address addressof ndllresof
of half nn hours duration Ho spoke spokealmost spokoalmost spokealmost
almost entirely entlrel of tho work done by bythe hrtho bythe
the army and praised I1rnls < d It Ho said that thatIf thn thnIC
If ho had tlmo tlmoo jo preach he would help helptbo helptho helpthe
the Salvation Army with his voice voiceCOTTON voiceCOTTON olceCOTTON
Five Received In San Juan from United UnitedState UnitedStatuFlrlt UnitedStatesFirst
State StatuFlrlt First In Forty Years YearsFive YearlFho YearsFive
Five cotton gins arrived In San SanJuan SnnJuan SanJuan
Juan P 1 n from tho United States Statesand Stntesand Statesand
and will 11 bo Immediately Installed InstalledThpy InslalledTh1 installedThey
They Th1 aro the first gins to reach the Is Island Island Island ¬
land In forty tort years ear The cotton plan plantations Illantatlons plantatlons ¬
tatlons there now cover 11000 acres acresand ncresnnll acresand
and tho area is being increased weekly weeklySan wleltlySnn weeklySan
San Juan has been chosen cbosenas as tho cell center celltcr contor ¬
ter of this trade tradeNO tradoNO tradeNO
Grand Jury at Atlanta Returns a No NoBill NoBill NoBill
Bill In Rossman Case CaseTho CaseTho CaseThe
Tho grand Jury of Fulton county countyOa < Ount Ountan
Oa did not find sufficient lumcleatrau cause o to In Indiet Indlct indiet
diet President James 0 Rossman Rossmancharged flosamancharg n nchargcd
charged charg with doing other limn fovea necessary Moessat foveasary ¬
sary sat work on tho Sabbath day In Inkeeping Inkleplng Inkeeping
keeping open shows shl > 8 at Ponco do Ieon LeanSprings IeonSprIngs IeonSprings
Springs In Atlanta on Sunday and re returned returncd yeturned ¬
turned a 1 no noblU bill against him himThis himThIs hlniThis
This action of tho th grind g r II jury die dlsittUscs dl dlnsCI dieIusscs >
ittUscs tho case us th mailer hnd n nready nJ nJroady nioady >
ready been b n up II In tho ho cVy court
Oo Declares Colored Preacher Pre cher In Wit Wllmlngtonv Witmlnoton ViImington
mlngtonv Delaware Anent the theBurning theBurnlnu theBurning
Burning of George White WhiteThe WhltoThe WhiteThe
The Rev Montroso W Thornton Thorntoncolored Thorntoncolored Thorntoncolored
colored pastor of the First A M E Echurch Echurcll Bchurch
church of Wilmington Del proachei proacheia proaehiot proaehiota
a sensational sermon Bormon to his congrega congregation congrcgntlon congregation ¬
tion Sunday night Tho church was wascrowded wnscrowdod wascrowded
crowded In expectation that the pastor pastorwould pautorwould pastorwould
would have something to say of the thoevents tboovents theevents
events of the preceding week Ho said saidIn saIdIn saidin
In part partTho portTbo part1Tha
Tho white man In faco of his boast boasto boastoil
o 01 l civilization stands before my eyes oycatonight ecstonight eyestonight
tonight tho demon of the worlds races racesa
a monster Incarnate nnd andlnror lnsofar r as astho ostho asthe
tho negro race Is concerned acorns to togive toglvo togive
give no quarter Tho whlto anna Is a aheathen nhoathen ahoathen
hoathen a fiend a monstrosity before boforoGod boCoroOOd beforeGod
God and Is equal to tonny any act In tho thocategory thocatogor thecategory
category of crime I would sooner soonertrust soonertrust soonertrust
trust myself In a den of hyenas than thanIn tbanIn thanin
In his hi arms With a court of law and andofficers andofficors andofficers
officers o of law In his hands tho do dosplsod doSlllBOd doapisod
splsod negrocan nogro cnn expect cx eot no mercy jus justine justlro jutstko
tine or protection The negro is un unsafo unsaCo unsafe
safe anywhere In this country Ho Is Istho Istho isthe
tho open prey at all timeD of barba barbarlans harbarlans barbarians
rlans who know no restraint and will
not bo restrained restrainedThoro rcstrnlneilThero restrainOilThere
There Is but ono part left for tho thopersecuted thopersooutod thepersecuted
persecuted negro when charged with withcrliro withcrlrro withcrime
crime and when Innoocnt Do a law lawunto lawnnto lawunto
unto yourself You are aro taught by this thislesson thIs10sson thislesson
lesson of out rago to savo yourself yoursolfrom yourselffrom oursoU oursoUtram
from torture at tho hands of tho blood bloedseeking bloollseeking bloodseeking
seeking public Save your raco from fromInsult fromIIIBlllt frominsult
Insult and shame Do your own thor ahorIff Ilhorla thoritt
itt court and Jury as was Ibo outlaw outlawTrncy outlawTracy outlawTracy
Tracy Dlo In your tracks perhaps perhapsdrinking perhapsIlrlnklng porliapsdrinking
drinking tho blood of your pursuers pursuersBooker pllrBuefsDoolecr puirsuetsBooker
Booker T 1 Washingtons charity hu humanlty hllmnnlty liiimanity
manlty advlco of forgiveness love In Industry IndllBtry industry
dustry and so on will wllllloyer novcr be recipro reciprocated reclprocnted rociprocated ¬
cated by whlto men menNOTED menNOTED menNOTED
Harvey Logan Overpowers Jail Guard Guardand Quardand Guardand
and Depart on Sheriffs Horse HorseHarvoy HoraelInrvoy Horseharvey
harvey Logan the notorious Mon Montana Montnna Monlana
lana rain robber under sentence o otwenty of oftenty oftwenty
twenty years escaped from tho Knox Knotcountv Knoxcounty Knoxcounty
county lull In Knoxvlllo Tenn Satur
day afternoon rnoon at C oclock oclockWhllb oolo oclockVhilO k kWhllb
Whllb hs hI guards back was turned turnciLogan turnedLogan turnedLogan
Logan throw a wlro over hl his head an anlassoed anIl18s nnlassoed
lassoed Il18s him tying him tight to tho thobars thobnrs thebars
bars of his cage Having ono entire cntlrofloor entlrofioor entirefloor
floor of tho jail to himself Logan ncx ncxsecured next noxtsocurod nextsocuired
secured two pistols placed In tho cor corrldor rorrldor corridor
rldor of tho jail for fo uso by officers I Ineeded It Itneoded ifneeded
needed neededWhen neodedWhen neededWhen
When Jailer Dell Delll1ppearod appeared In answer answeto nnswerto
to a knock from Logan tho prisoner prlsoncpassed prisonerpassed lrlronerpnlsod
passed out a bottlo saying ho wanted wantwsomo wantedromo wantedsome
some medicine As tho jailer put ou ouhis out outhIs outhis
his hand Logan covered him with withpistol a aplst01 apistol
pistol forced him to unlock tho door dooand dooramI doorand
and take him to tho basement of the tboJ th thjail thejail
jail J 111
Then ho forced Boll to take him t ttho to totho totho
tho sheriffs stable and saddle tho shier shcrIfta Bherlas shieritts
las horse This done Logan mounted raounteand mountedand
and rode away In tho direction of th thmountains the thomountains themountains
mountains A posse started In pursl purslof Pllrsltof
of tho desperado within ono hour hourSheriff bourSherlrr hourSheriff
Sheriff J W Fox at once offered n nreward nroward areward
reward of 500 for the capture of Lo Logan Lagnn Logan
gan dead or alive aliveA
A later dispatch from Knoxvlllo Knoxvlllosays
says Tile posse of local officers who whowent whowent whowont
went In pursuit of Harvoy Harvo Logan the thonotorious the1I010rl0llB theuiotoriouis
notorious train robber who broko jail jalSaturday jnllSaturday jailSaturday
Saturday roturned Sunday empty emptyhanded empthnndrll emptyhiandeth
handed finding no trace of him after aftogoing nHergoing aftergoing
going sovcn miles from the city cll Tho Thosheriffs ThosherUfs Thesheriffs
sheriffs horse which ho rode rOlloawny rOlloawnynrrlvetl away awayarrived awayarrived
arrived lame at tho jail gate Sunday Sundaymorning SundnymornIng Sundaymorning
morning having found Its way homo homoJudge homoJUdgo homeJudge
Judge C O Clark of tho United UnllciStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district court has ordered orderedUnited orderedUnited orderedUnited
United States district Attorney Wright Wrightand
and Marshal Austin to make a rigid rlghlln rlghllnvestlgatlon In Investlgatlon investigationof
vestlgatlon of the escape
Hotchkiss Gun Placed on Public PublicSquare PublicSquare PublicSquare
Square Ready for Action ActionAt
At Jackson Ky Saturday afternoon afternoonAdjutant nfternoonAdJutont afternoonAdjutant
Adjutant General Murray Issued or orders orders ord
ders d rs Intended to make moro absolute absolutotho
tho powers of too military In Jackson JacksonTho JacksonTho JacksonThe
Tho first Instructions aro to tho pro provost proost proyost ¬
vost marshal to report to City Judge JudgeCnrdwoll JlldgeCnrlhvoll JuudgoCardwoll
Cnrdwoll and servo processes Issued IssuedIf
If any violations of rights personal or orproperty orproport orproperty
property shall occur In tho town or orBroathltt orDreathltl orIlroathitt
Broathltt county the commanding offi officer omcer officar ¬
cer will use tho troops to the extreme extremelimit extremolimIt otreunolimit
limit of his authority authorityGeneral nulhorltGenernl authorityGcncfal
General Murray ordered a Hotchklss Hotchklssgun
gun placed on tho court homo square
Result of Trouble Between Contractors Contractorsand
and Building Trades Council CouncilSevern CouncilScerul CouncilSeveral
Severn hundred workmen oigagcd oigagcdIn 1gagedIn
In building operations went on a strike strikeMonday strikeMondny strikeMonday
Monday morning In Charleston S C Ca Ca
a result of the disagreement between betweenbuilding botweenbuttdlng betweenbuilding
building trades council and employing employingcontractors cmpIolngcontractorB employingcontractors
contractors All classes of workmen workmenexcept workmenelcept workmenexcept
except plumbers electricians and andwhlto andwhlto andwhite
whlto painters arc Involved InvolvedTho InvohedTho involvedTim
Tho matter Involved Is chiefly chle recog recognition recognltlon recognition ¬
nition of the union and docs not origi originally orlglnnll orlginahly ¬
nally nnll affect wages or hours of labor laborthough llborthollgh laborthough
though these features are being Intro Introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced and will probably figure In 11 any anynegotiations allYnegotiations anynegotiations
negotiations for a settlement
Scandal Now Centers Over the Wash WashIngton WalhInaton WashIngton
Ington AgriculturalDepartment AgriculturalDepartmentA Aoricuitural Department DepartmentA
A Washington special says s s Scan Scandal S Seandal nn nndal ¬
dal In tho agricultural department has hasjust hasjust hasjust
just been brought to the presidents at atJontlon attentlon atlention
Jontlon and anohcr cabinet officer has hasreceived hnsrccehod hasreceived
received tho presidential pronuncla pronunclamcnto pronunclamelito pronunciamento
mcnto act at tho facts factsExtensive factsExtensho actsExtensive
Extensive frauds are charged In con connection connectlon conrection ¬
nection with tho lotting of government governmentcontracts governmentontracta governmentcontracts
contracts for seeds In 1900 1900TILLMAN 1900TILLMAN 1900TILLMAN
Judge Townsend Announces Decision Decisionai
ai to o Change of Venue VenueA
A Columbia S C dispatch says saysJudge 8asJUdgo saysudgo
Judge Townsend has announced his de decision decillon doetsion ¬
cision that the tbechnngn change of venue vcnuolnthe vcnuolntheCABO In the thecaso thecase
case of James H Tlllman Indicted for formurder tormurder formurder
murder should be mode to Lexington LexingtonThe
rho next term of court moots at Le LeInRton Lox IcxInftoll Loxlngton
InRton on the third Monday In Soptcra Soptcratier
tier when the case Is now set for trial trialfudge trll1tJUdgo trialudgo
fudge 0 W V Gage Onloot of Chester will ttl1 ttl1tlo tebe
bo tho presiding Judge
Important Bill Passed Pass din in the theGeorgia thoGeorgia theGeorgia
Georgia Legislature LegislatureTHE LegislaturoTHE
10 0 lr the Nature of a Constitutional ConstitutionalAmendment ConstitutionalAmendment ConstitutIonalAmendment
Amendment and Must be Passed PassedUpon PluedUpon PassedUpon
Upon by tho People In Case Casothe Ci1sethe Casethe
the Senate Concurs ConcursOno ConcuOno ConcuraOne
Ono of tho most Important stops yettnl yet yettaKen yettaken
taKen tnl < en by the Georgia house of repre representatives rOJITCosentntlvos reprosontaUvos ¬
sentatives camo at Fridays Bosnian Bosnianwhen sosolonwhon sosionwhen
when that body passed by a vote of
138 to 7 tho bill by byMr Mr TIgner of Mus Muscogee Muscogoe Muscogeo
cogee providing for a constitutional constitutionalamendment constltutlonatamendment constitutionalamendment
amendment limiting the tax rate In InGeorgia InOeorglll inGeorgia
Georgia for all purposes to fivetenths fivetenthsof
of 1 per cent centThis centThis t tThis
This Is tho first bill passed by tho thohouso thohouso thehouse
houso and being a constitutional constitutionalamendment constltutlonulamendment constitutionalamendment
amendment required a twothirds fa favorable fnvornblo Invorablo ¬
vorable vote or a minimum of 117 117Tho 117Tho 117The
Tho unusually largo voto In Its favor
138 shows how general is the senti sentiment selltlment sentimont ¬
ment In favor of such leglnlatlon leglnlatlonNow
Now that tho houso has acted at tho thooutset thooutsot hooutset
outset the senate has plenty of tlmo tlmoto tlmot timete
to t get ho measure through In short shorlorder shortordor abortorder
order and that body Is generally generallyknown generallYnon generallyknoan
known non to bo favorable to this leglsla leglslatlon leglslntlon legislatlon
tlon There Is l little doubt It Is I saId Baldof saIdr saidof
of r Us It passage by the senate and loss lossperhaps 103stJerhaps loisperhaps
perhaps of Its adoption by the pooplo pooplowhen pooplowilen pooplowhen
when submitted to them for ratlflca ratlflcatlon rattncntlon ratlfication
tlon tlonOn On tho call of tho yeas and nays naysseveral nnssoveral nayssovorsul
several members failed to vote but butthe buttho butLie
the bill went on to tho senate with tho thoextraordinary thoxtraordlnar theextraordinary
extraordinary majority of 138 to 7 7Tho 7Tllo 7The
The bill as passed Is entitled unn unnael an anact anact
act to amend paragraph 1 of section sectionI
1 of article 7 of the constitution of this thisstate thisstato thisstate
state which relates to tho powor of oftaxation oCtlaxatlon oftaxation
taxation to bo exercised by tho gon general gonern gonoral
oral ern assembly by adding at the end o oW ot otn1 ofaudit
n1 W paragraph a proviso limiting tho thopower thopQwer thepower
power of tho general goneralasscmbly assembly to levy lovjand 10v 10vand levyand
and assess a tax for any purpose ox oxceodlng exceodlng oxceoding
ceodlng flvotenths of 1 per cent ox oxcent oxceDt oxcoot
cent for BDodfled purposes and to pro ¬
for of the some to totlio toIho tothe
the pcoplo for ratification and for oth othor othor othor
or purposes purposesSection purpoBosSectlon purposesSecUon
Section 1 states the full purport and andIntent nndIntent andintent
Intent of tho measure as follows followsBo tollowslDe
Bo It enacted by tho general assem assembly assembly asseunbly
bly of tho state of Georgia and It Is Ishereby Isheroby isheroby
heroby enacted by authority of the thosame tbolame thesame
same that from and after tho tb passage passageof
of this act that paragraph 1 of section sectionI
1 I of article 77 of the constitution of ofthis oCthis ofthis
this state stntowhlch which relates to ho powers powersof
of taxation over tho stato of Georgia Georgiaip
ip t be exorcised by tho general assom assombly nssembly assombly
bly shall bo amended by adding a atho nt nttho atthe
tho end thereof the ho following proviso provisoProvided provisoProvltled provisoPrOVilcd
Provided however that tho genera generaassembly gonoralassembly generalassembly
assembly shall have no power to levy levyor
or assess taxes for any purpose what whatover whatovcr whatover
over exceeding In tho aggregate five fivetenths Iholenths firetenths
tenths of 1 per centum after tho 1st 1stday 1stday 1stday
day of January 1906 except for the thepurpose thepurposo thepurpose
purpose of suppressing Insurrection Insurrectionrepelling InBurrectlonropollIng insurrectionrepelling
repelling invasion and defending the thestato thestnto thestate
state In tlmo of war warSubsequent worSUbsequent varSubsequent
Subsequent sections 2 3 1 and 4 situ slmply 111mply situply
ply provide for tho submission of this thisconstitutional thIsconstltutlonlll thisconstitutional
constitutional amendment to tho peo pcoplo peoplo peoplo ¬
plo for ratification or rejection In case casocf casClDf caseof
cf Its passage by a twothirds tw thlrtls vote oi oieach oC oCeach ofeach
each houso ns Is usual In the case ol olall or oraU ofall
all proposed constitutional amend amendmcnts amendments amendments
Another Important Measure MeasureAnother MeasureAnother MeasureAnother
Another bill for the rovlslonjn par parof part partof partof
of tho Georgia tax laws was Introduced IntroducedIn
In house by Representative Cnndlor Cnndlorof
of DoKalb This measure proposes proposessimply llropoOOIsImply proposessimply
simply to provide for a state board of oftax 01tnx oftax
tax commissioners and county boards boardsof
of tax assessors dndeQuallzors and equalizers In each
county In tho state It is directly In Inlino InlIao inline
line with the tax reforms suggested in inGovernor InOovernor inGovernor
Governor Terrells message and dif differs dlfCers dirbra ¬
bra from tho bill which Mr Candlor CandlorIntroduced CanlllerIntroduced Candlerintroduced
Introduced on tho same line at tho last lastsession l lastsession < < st stseslillon
session in that tho latter measure In Included Included Ineluded ¬
cluded a general and detailed reform reformof
of the tax laws of tho state statoThe stnteTlte stateThe
The now measure provides for a astato aatato astate
state board of tax commissioners of ofwhich oCwhlrh ofwhich
which tho comptroller general shall be bethe betho bethe
the chief presiding olllcer and for forcounty forcount forcounty
county count boards of assessors and nnl equal equalizers oqunlIzers equalizers ¬
izers In each county In tho state upon uponwhom uponwhom uponwhom
whom shall devolve tho assessment of ofall oCaU ofall
all property real and personal personaldor for tho thopurpose thopurpose tbopurpose
purpose of taxation taxationTRIPLE taxationTRIPLE taxationTRIPLE
Three Negroes Meet Death at Hands Handsof andl andlof
of Mob In Baker County CountyBaker CountyDaJecr CountyBaker
Baker county Ga was tho scene of ofa ofL
a L triple lynching early Friday morn mornng mornIng mornfag
fag ng The affair took placo about a mile milefrom mllofrom milefrom
from Newton tho county seat and 21 21miles 21miles 21miles
miles below Albany AlbanyThe Jlb3nTho AlbanyThe
The mobs victims were George Ocor e Mo MoKlnnoy McKinney Ic IcKlnno
Kinney Garfield McCoy and Wiley WileyAnetto WileyAnetto WileyAnetto
Anetto negroes who murdered F S SJullard SBullnrd SDullard
Dullard a white farmer living near nearPeace ne3rPearo nearPeace
Peace In Baker county They Tho were wereorclbly weroCorclbly wereforcibly
forcibly taken from tho jail at New Newton Newton ew ewton
Guatemalan Official Sends Condolence Condolenceto
to Gainesville and Topeka TopekaLeslie TopekaLeslie TopekaLeslie
Leslie Combs United States minis minisor mInIstor ministar
tar or to Guatemala has transmitted to toho toIho tothe
ho state department at Washingtons WashingtonsIkely
likely to Interest tho people of tho lo lonlatlos 10cnlatlos hoenlatios
nlatlos named a letter of condolence condolencerom
lrom rom Juan Barrios the Gautemalan Gautemalanminister 04utemalnnmtnlstor Gauternalanminister
minister of foreign torclgnarrBlrs affairs upon the re reont raeont recont
ont disasters at Topeka TO Ckll Kans and andGainesville andGalnosvlUo andGainesville
Associate ocllte Justice Fish of Georgia Su Supreme Supreme Sotlreme ¬
preme Court Wants Another Term TermAssociate TermAssoclato TermAssociate
Associate Justice William H Fish ol olho 01tho ofthe
ho Georgia supreme court has an announced announcctl announced ¬
nounced his candidacy for reelection roclectlono
to o tho position ho now hold holdtland and It Itnow IInow isnow
now sending out letters to tohls his friends friendsn
In n the state containing a copy of hit hitannouncement hllannouncement hisannouncement
announcement announcementTho <
Tho ho letter was brought forth by th thcandidacy thf thfc8ndlttlCY thcandidacy
candidacy of Judge m norh vorly Evans Evanswho Fnnsho Evanswho
who ho has hasanuouncctt announced fur Judge Fish Klshiposition FishJ FishpositIon
position J ltlon
= S
Otrong Public Address IB Formulated Formulatedat
at Meeting of AfroAmerican ArAmorlcan Press PressAssociation Pres PresAloelatlon PreSsAsaocIatiOfl
Association Aloelatlon In Louisville LouisvilleAt Louisvile LouisvileAt
At the annual session of the to Afro AfroAmerican AtroAmerIcan AfroAmerican
American Press llrcs Association AssoIation hold In InLouisville InLuIsvie InLouisville
Louisville LuIsvie Ky K Monday a strong ad address addross addross ¬
dress dross dealing doalpg with tho raco question questionwas quo tlon tlonwas
was unanimously adopted for Issuance Issuanceto
to tho country at largo Tho address addresscalls addresscnls addresscalls
calls cnls on tho people to enforce tho prin principles vrlnchiles princijiles ¬
chiles of good go government In tho pres prosgnt presGnt presnt
gnt nt crisis crlls In the history of tho Afro AfroAmerican AfroAmerican
American people ople when a systematic systematicand sstematd sstematdIInd
and thoroughly organized movement movementbegun movomontbegun movementbegun
begun In 1868 Is working with mall mallclous mallcous mallciouis
clous and malignant malgnant Intent to utterly utterlydestroy uttorlydestroy utterlydestroy
destroy cous tho political pltlcnland and civil dvl rights rightsof
of those for whom wo stand In somo somoport somopnrt somepart
port pnrt as spokesmen spokesmenWo
Wo resent tho reiterated statement statementthat
that this Is a whlto mans mls country countryIt countr
It I watt wn1 made mao In Its Inception Incepton and devel development dovolopment development ¬
opment by nil ni of Us Is people Irrespec Irrespective Irrespc Irrespctlvo ¬
tire of race and tho federal fed ral constitu constitution cnottu cnottutlon conatitution ¬
tion specifically spelncnl places nil al of Its Is citi citizens crl crlzens citiseas ¬
zens on equality eQunly before the law lawTho lllwTho lawThe
Tho persistent peristent effort efort which whlcl has hasbeen hasben hasboon
been ben made and Is being made madl to nullify nullifythe nutCr nutCrthe
the suffrage guarantees guarllntee of the four fourteenth fourteonth fourteonth ¬
teonth and fifteenth teontb amendments to totho 10tho tothe
tho federal union tut d vms tho effort to tohitch tohitch tohitch
hitch slavery upon tho constitution constutIon of oftho oftbo ofthe
the country prior to 1860 I860Wo 1860Wo 1860Wo
Wo again direct diret attention atenton to tho thoefforts thoerorts tImefforts
efforts erorts produced by tho license of tho thomob thomob themob
mob spirit Wo do this not because becausewo benuso benusowo
wo nro tho victims In most part of this thislicense thisIcenso thislicense
license Icenso but because becauo It has become a anational antonal anational
national ntonal problem with which tho na nation nnton antion ¬
tion ton In Its IB public publc opinion and Its law lawmust Inwmust Iavmust
must deal or ultimately go down to toruin toruIn toruin
ruin In tho madovcrflow ow of anarchism anarchismIt
It I Is a national problem In which wo wohave wohnvo wehave
have only coordinate cordlnatomtereat cordlnatomtereatTho interest interestTho interestThe
Tho address closes with wih an Indorse Indorsement Endorsemont nd rso rsoment ¬
ment of President Roosevelts Roosovels attitude attitudeon
on this and other questions affecting affectingpubllo arrectlngpublo affectingpublic
public publo morality moralityTho moralty moraltyTho morahiyThe
Tho following tolowlng officers were elected electedC
C F Adams Chicago president Wll WllHam WI Vilham
Ham lam A Pledger editor of Atlanta Atnnta Ago AgoAtlanta AgoAtantn AgeAtlanta
Atlanta Atantn Oa vice president Emmclt EmmcltJ Emqtt EmqttJ
J Scott editor odlor of The ThoStldcnt Student Tusko Tuskogee Tuskogee
gee Ala secretary William H stew Stownrd stewnrd Steward
nrd editor Tho American Baptist BaptistLouisville DaptlstLoulsllo BaptistLouisville
Louisville Loulsllo treasurer
New York Journal of Commerce Sets SetsForth BetsForth SCtsForth
Forth Conditions Conditons as Gathered Gatheredfrom Gatheredfrom Gatheredfrom
from Host of Correspondents CorrespondentsThe Correpondent CorrepondentThe
The Now York Journal of Commerce Commercepublishes Commercepublshe Commercepublishes
publishes publshe tho result resul of ef Its Is Investiga Investigation InvoBllgnton ¬
tion ton of tho condition of tho cotton crop cropThe cropTho cropThe
The statement Is based upon direct re reports 10 10prts roports ¬
ports prts from trm thirteen hundred carrospondonts corrospondonts corrc corrcspondcnts
spondonts located In practically practcally al alcounties all allcounties
counties cuntes of tho belt bot The reports bear bearaverage benrerago bearaverage
average erago date Juno Jlno 25 and nndlndtcalo Indicate that thaitho thattho thatthe
tho condition conditon on that date had not notmeasurably notmeasurably notmoasuurably
measurably Improved Improyeddurlng during tho thomonth thomonth themonth
month Tho average condition condIton Jig Jigtires Jigtires
Jg Jgures
tires 749 740 which compares compare with wih an nv averago nverngo nveraga
erago of 75 lost lat month and 865 and 77 77in 77In 77in
in July Jul 1902 respectively respectholyI
11 I Is to be observed however that thatthe thattho thatthe
the remarks of other correspondents correspondentsshow
show nn appreciably nf1prelnbly better beler feeling feelingthan teelng teelngthan feelingthan
than Is contained In their former formerstatement tormortatemont formerstatement
statement of percentages prcentages and It I Is dir dlfflcult dltOClitio dirficult
flcult OClitio to dispel dIspl tho Impression that cor correspondents correspondents carrespondents
respondents have allowed alowod tho lateness latenessof
of tho season and tho smallness smalnea of tho thoplant thoIllant theiiiant
plant to enter as too strong a 1 factor factorIn tntor tntorIn
In their figures gres Furthermore Frtltermoro tim fact factdeserves factdoserves factdeserves
deserves native nolvo that since the average averagedato aorge aorgedolo averagedate
date of tbo correspondence reports tha thaweather thawoatber lieweather
weather conditions condItons have been beenqulo beenqulosoneral quite quitegenerally quitegenerally
generally soneral favorable There have It Is Istrue Istrle Istrue
true trle been rains along the Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atllntleconst Atlanticcoast
coast whero the smallest smlllost part of the thecrop thecrop thecrop
crop la made but from the big cotton cottonstates coton cotonBtateB cottonstates
states tho recent reports have shown showngood shownsood showngood
good growing weather weatherThe wotherTho weatherThe
The following Is a statement of tho i
condition condIton by states statesNorth sttes sttesNorth statesNorth
North Carolina Carolna 777 decline 42 42South 42South 42SoUth
South Carolina 740 decline declno 35 35Georgia 35Oeorgla 35Georgia
Georgia 741 74 Increase 62 62Florida 52110rlda 62Florida
Florida 110rlda 807 decrease derease 18 18Alabama 18Alnbama 18Alabama
Alabama 749 decrease 09 09Mississippi 09MssIssippi 09Mississippi
Mississippi MssIssippi 758 decrease d rease 24 24Louisiana 24Ioutslann 24Louisiana
Louisiana Ioutslann 743 74 decrease 42 42Texas 42Texas 42Texas
Texas 777 Increase 54 54Arkansas 54Akansas 54Arkansas
Arkansas Akansas 600 decrease 70 79Tcnnosseo 70Tennesseo 70Tennessee
Tennessee 751 decrease 1113 1113Missouri 113 113MIssouri 1113Missouri
Missouri 770 decrease 97 97Oklahoma 97Oklahomn680 97Oklahoma
Oklahoma Oklahomn680 680 decrease 46 46Indian 46Jnllan 46Inlian
Indian Jnllan Territory Terriory 660 decrease 153 153Average 153Averoge 153Average
Average 749 79 decrease 01 01COLLIER 01COLLIER 01COLLIER
Property Propery Left Lctby by Atlanta Pioneer Goes Goesto Goelto
to His Five Children ChildrenAs
As a result of tho will wi of tho late lateGeorgo lateacorgO lateGeorgo
Georgo Washington Collier Coler of Atlanta AtlantaOn Atantn AtantnOa
On which was probated probnte In common commonform commonto commonform
form to Im Monday morning the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of tho vast vst real estate holdings holdingson
on Ponchtreo oachtro road 100 will bo sold The Theproceeds Thepreds Theproceeds
proceeds preds will wit be used for paying palnl debts debtsand dobtsand debtsand
and Improving tho city cl property
Tho will wi Is simple and brief cover covering cov covering r rIng ¬
ing less than one entire cntro sheet of legal legocap legalcnp legalcap
cap paper papr All Al tho property proprty both real realand realand realand
and personal prsonal Is left lef to his flvo vo call calldrcn chl cliiidren
dren share and share alike alikeTWENTYTHREE alko alkoTWENTYTHREE alikeTWENTYTHRgg
Heavily Heaviy Loaded Elevator Falls Fals Five
Floors and Causes Disaster
The breaking brenJelng of a 1 shart on the first 1rst I I Ifioor
floor of tho A J Heinz Companys Companysplant Companysplant Companysplant
plant In AHcghany Aleghln Pa Monday re rooleased
leased the ropes rop supporting Bu porlng a largo
freight elevator on which twcntythree twcntythreepersons twcntthrecpersons tWentyhrpersons
persons were crowded Tho cage clgO fell
from fron tho fifth flh floor Into the cellar Cel a
distance dlstnco of fortyfive fortyfvo feet and every
ono In tho clovater was WIB Injured It I Is
thought that at least two will wi die dieA dloA dieA
Largest Conger on Record Caught Caugh Cfl Cflthe
the Florida Coast CoastA Cout CoastA
A Pcnsacola dispatch says What
is acknowledged acknowl gcd to
ncknowllged bo tho largest con conger congcr congem ¬
gem or sea eel el ovcc ove caught caugh In gulf cl w wters WI wa
ters has ha been ben captured capturedTho capturedThe capturedTho
Tho eel el measures meaures seven feet ten
Inches Inc In Inlengtb length seven Inches In hes In diam diameter dlameter dlarneter ¬
eter twentyone inches Inchn In circumfer circumference clrcumtor circumfeonce ¬
ence and tipped IppO the beam betm nt talf bai a I
hundred hundre pounds pllnds I I will wi bo plaeH placP on onexhibition onc onezblbtlon
exhibition c 11 ltQn In p QtlclgQ
Czar of Russia Will Wi Refuse Refuseto
to Receive Appeal of Jews JewsMAY JowMAY JewsMAY
It I Will WIBo Bo Made M de Plain Howcveiythat HowcveiythatRussia Howvertha HowverthaRusia
Intermed Intermeddling Interm iiitermeddlin d ddllnu ¬
Russia Rusia Will Wi Allow Alow no
dling dlin In Her Internal Interrlall It ItI
I Affairs Ar AffairsA lra J JA j jA
A St Petersburg petersbrg special clal saysTho saysThoRussian saYI Tlo TlonUflan The TheRussian
Russian nUflan government governmont has learned lcrnodwlh lcrnodwlhproCollndregrot with withprofound lth lthprofound
profound proCollndregrot regret of the Intention Intention of the theWashington Lo LoWahlngtol th thWashington
Washington Wahlngtol nuthorltloa authorItes to forward la laSt t UISt
St Petersburg Jotersbura a petition from fr m Ameri American ¬
can Jews relative to Russias treat troaUrncnt trontment treatmeat
meat of her Jewish subjects It I Is yet yethoped Jetopol1 yethoped
hoped that ho United Stales Stnto will wl np npprcclato ap appredto uppredate
of tho caaoand casoand
predate tho Russian view caso casonnd
and will wl content Itself Isel with the kindly kindlyexpressions kindlyexprcslons kindlyexpressions
expressions exprcslons of pympathy which It I al already 01rea already ¬
ready rea has offered oeered for tho affair at atKlshlnef a a1ClshlneC atKishilnef
Klshlnef KlshlnefThe
The Associated Press rros already baa baastated ha hastato baastated
stated stato the Russian position posiIon regarding regardingwhat rogardlngwhnt regardingwhat
what Is considered outside Interfer Interference Interforenco intorferonce ¬
once In tho Internal Int rnal affairs nrrall nffai of Russia RussiaThat RUBsla RUBslaThal flulsiaThat
That position continues cCttnues to tobo bo hold and andtho nndUio andlie
lie Associated Press ID 1 further permit permitted permUte ¬
ted te to say 8 that Mr Riddle Rlldlo the Ameri American ¬
can charge when whenbo ho presents the peti petition potiion ¬ t ttlon
ion at tho Russian foreign torel n office will willbo wi willbe
bo received roooird with wih the snmo cordiality cordialityalways cordialy cordialyalwnys cordialityalways
always accorded an American Amercan envoy envoyIn
In returning tho petition 0 Mr Riddle Riddletho Rddle Rddletbo Itiddlethe
the officials will wi assure him that Rus Russia Rus81n Itussin ¬
sin cherishes no Illwill IIwl towards the thoUnited tboUnlell theUnited
United Unlell States Sntes and that tho action ncon It Ittakea I ittakes
takes with IUI respect reBI10t to tho petition potlton Is lanecessary isnecessary j
necessary In view of Russias utfnltor utfnltorable un1or un1ornblo r rable
able policy of refralnln refrainingfrom from interior Interference ¬
plcy reCralnlns
onco In tho Internal affairs ntalrsof of other otherpowers otherpowors oilierpowers
powers and insisting on similar simiar treat treatraent treatmont treatmeat
mont for Itself Tho Russian Russlnngovcrn Russlnngovcrnment govern governraent governmont
mont hopes ite It it firmness frmnos In the thomot thomottel mat mattor mator
tel or will wi not be misunderstood butln butlnview but In InIow Inview
view of tho announcement of Its itsion psI posl posltlon I Itlon
tlon weeks ago It I Is surprised at the thiodevelopment t thedorelopnient o odovolopment
development which will w11 force n noration reit reitoration
oration of Its views
Should Shoul tho presentation preBentaton of the peti petition petlton petition ¬
tion ton bo deferred until lnt tho return retur to 3t 3tPetersburg 3tPetorsburg I IPetorsburg
Petorsburg of Mr McCormIck the thoAmerican tboAmerlcnn theAmerican
American ambassador nmb sRtlor to Russia the thesame tblj thdsame
same programme will wi obtain unless In Inthe Inthe Inlie
the meantime the Russian government governmentIs goerm nt ntIs
Is mado aware of extenuating circum circumstances circumstnnccs clrcumstances ¬
stances which put tho matter mater In a I dif different dl difbrent ¬
brent light lght Indeed It Is declared declaredRussia doclaredRussIa dociaredRussia
Russia would bo glad to do anything anythingpossible anthlngpsslblo anythingposslblo
possible psslblo to o relieve the tension in the theUnited thoUnied theUnited
United Unied States but fool unable to sac sacrifice sa sarlfico aacriflco ¬
rifice a principle which It has followed followedhitherto tolowe followedhitherto
hitherto and the American support supportwhich supportwhlch supportwhich
which It has hn warmly indorsed indorsedThe hidorBodThe IndorsodThe
The Russian government readily rondly ad admits admls admits ¬
mits mls the sincerity sinceriy of the American gOY governments gOYenmonts goyerumonts ¬
ernments enmonts decision and declines decline to lis listen listen itsten ¬
ten to t reports that tho forwarding of oftho oftbo ofthe
the petition pottlon has any ulterior ulorlor signifi significance algnlcanco significance ¬
cance or Is In any way associated with withany withany withany
any other matters mattersKNOCKS mntera mnteraKNOCKS mattersKNOCKS
Georgia Supreme Court Places Dan D D on onTurf onTur onTurf
Turf Tur Exchanges ExchangesAs
As the result of a n decision decsion handed handeddown handeddown handeddown
down Friday FldlY morning by tho Georgia Georgiasupremo aeo Georgiasupremo gla glasupremo
supremo court there will wi probably bo bono bono beno
no fairs hold In the state this year un unless unleso unless ¬
less the thogenemal general assembly now in I ses session sessian acaslon ¬
sion so lochangofJ changes tho law as nato to allow allowpool nlow allowpool
pool 101 selling selng on horse races racesTho racesTho racesThe
Tho decision handed down was In Intho Intho inthe
tho caso of the Stato vs M Throjycr Throjycrwho Throerwho Throverwho
who conducts tho Atlanta Atanl turf tur ex exchange exchango oxchangu ¬
change Judgo L I S Roan of the the theau theauperlor su superior superlaI ¬
perior perlaI court had placed a fino of 500 500on 500on 500on
on Mr Thrower who was as charged with withoperating withoperating withoperating
operating a gambling gnmblng house and ad the thesupremo thesupremo thesupreme
supremo court sustained sutllined the decision decisionof
of tho lower loworcourt court
Tho Atlanta Alnnto turf exchange wn was not notoperated notoperated notoperated
operated Friday afternoon afernoon Tim Tlo place placewas placowas placewas
was opened o ned for a time for the purpose purposeof purpo purpoof
of receiving bets 10ts on tho races at Wash Washington WashIngton Vashington ¬
ington and Sheopshead Sheepshea Bay Tho first firstraces firstrccs firstraces
races rccs had ha been run and tho money monc bad badbeen hndbeen hadboon
been taken In for the thesecond second race racoWhllo rce rceWhllo raceWhulo
Whllo tho horses were at tho post an anorder anorder anorder
order came cano to close tho turf exchange exchangeTho
Tho decision Is believed beH ved to bo a so severe sovere soyore ¬
vere blow To to all al tho fair associations associationsof Msolatlons Msolatlonsot
of Georgia ns O horse racing bas boon booncommon bon boncommon booncommon
common at oil al of them and has In been beentho beet beenthe
tho main attraction attractionOno atrnctlon atrnctlonOno
Ono of the directors of tho Southern SouthernInterstate SouthernInterBlato SouthornInterstate
Interstate Fair Association AssoIaton of Atlan Atlanta At Atfanta n nta ¬
ta stated that while whie ho opposed oppSlj tho thoturf thotur theturf
turf tur exchanges excbanso ho did not think It Itright ItrIgh itright
right rIgh to make the tholnw law apply to bets on onraces onraces onraces
races that aro actually being run Un Unless Vnloss Unloss ¬
loss the tbolnw law Is so changed as IS to allow allowpool alow alowpool allowpool
pool selling selng on races at places placS where wherethey wherothoy wherethey
they aro run ho 10 sold Bad tho Southern In Interstate Interslato Interatato ¬
terstate Fair Association AssoIaton will wi this year yearlose 1earloo yearhoso
lose loo about 13000 If I It held and a asimilar asimiar asimilar
similar simiar loss will wi Jo experienced oxprlenced by tho thestato thostato thostate
stato fair at Macon MaconThere MaconThoro MaconThere
There Is now n w pending boforo tho thohouso thohouso thehouse
houso of representatives reprc entntves a bill bi which whichlegalizes whlcl1loga whichlegalizes
legalizes loga lzes
the selling of pools on races racesat raceBnt racesat
at tho places plnce where they are ar being beingrun
run The Ta measure measurodoc does not authorize authorizetho autorIo autorIotho
tho operating opratog of turf exchanges exchangesALL
Presence Peence of Soldiers Soldl rs Puts Decided DecidedQuietus DecIdedQuietus DecidcdQuIetus
Quietus on strike Disorders DisordersMonday Dllorers DllorersMontay DisordersMonday
Monday Montay was the most peaceful day
In Richmond slnco the street railway railwaystrike ralay ralaystrlko railwaystrike
strike began
Absolutely no disorder
was reported l from any quarter Cars
were run regularly on nil the city
lines lnes The number of inllltla mltlagunrds al guards cty on
the cars are being diminished and the
passenger travel Is decidedly greater greaterNOTORIOUS greaterNOTORIOUS
Herb Doctor Suspected of Wholesale Wholcale
Murder In Shadow of Gallows
Tho trial at Philadelphia Phllad lpbla GaloW of George
P Hooscy Hoose a negro herb doctor Oorge for
tho murder cf William Wiiam a Donxe DaJc has hasresulted hasresu1 hasresulted
resulted resu1 < d In a verdict of murder murd rJn Jn the
first frt degree Hoosey was wa Indicted wllb wlb
Mrs Catherine Dane Daewho who Is charged chargedwith tharged thargedwith thargedwith
administering to her husband pol polBon pollon potnon
Bon lon furnished by the tlO doctor otor She Is Isg t isaW3ltin
aW3ltin W 1 n3 g trial tIal

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