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Bradford County telegraph. (Starke, Fla.) 1888-current, July 19, 1895, Image 3

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run the little town of Jefforsonvilh JefforsonvilhGa
Ga at aa early hour Wednesday WcdnOldaymorning Wednesdaymorning Wednesdaymorning
morning to witness tho trial of the theallogcd thoalloged thealleged
alleged murderers of old man Noblo NobloAt
At tho courthouse every available availableplaco availaboplaco avai1aboplaco
placo for seeing and hearing was taken takenadvantage tokenadvsltago takenadvantao
advantage advantao of and railing and Btair stairraya Btairways Btairways
ways and tables wore crowded wagons wagonsand wagoDaand wagonsand
and baggies s were ero pushed npto up to tho high hightvindowa highwlndQwa highwindowa
tvindowa of the courtroom and a eoa eoaof feaof ecaof
of faces looked in at the proceedings proceedingsIndictments procccdingsIndiotments proceedingsIndictments
Indictments having been be n found foundpromptly foum1promptlj foundpromptlj
promptlj at 8 oclock proccediugs be began bogan began ¬
gan with Elizabeth Nobles tho wife wifeDebby willDebby wifeDebby
Debby Nobles tho eighteonyearold eighteenyearolddaughter eighteonyearoldc1aofhtor eighteonyearolddaughter
daughter of William Nobles and Gus GnsFamblcs GusFBmblcB OneFainbieg
Famblcs Mary Fumbles and Dalton DaltonJoyneri DaltonJoyner Dalton3oyner
Joyneri negroes in tho prisoners risoncrs dock dockThese dockThese dockThese
These five had joined their tho cases and andwere andwcro andwere
were to be tried together togetherTho
Tho Jury J ry was W S rather easily obtained obtainedTho obtainedThe l lThe
The slate objected to two or threo threoonly threoonly threeonly
only whilotho dofenuo rejected most mostof mostof mostof
of those pjaced upon them About Abontsix Aboutsix Aboutsix
six went off for being opposed to cap ¬
ital punishment and a dozen for not notbeing notbeingimpartiaJ notbeing
being beingimpartiaJ beingimpartiaJTho impartial impartialTho
Tho story as told by tho witnesses witnessesfihows witncssesshows witnessesshows
shows the murder to have been ono of oftho oftho oftho
tho most unprovoked < 1 and cruel in the thoannals tlwannals theannals
annals of crime Ashley B D Oomb Combstold Oombtold Oombtold
told how ho went to see Mrs Nobles Nobleswhen NoMcswhen Nobleswhen
when hOlcarnod of tho disappearance disappearanceof
of her husband whom ho had known knownso
so many years Ho thought Mrs MrsNobles MrsNobIcs MrsNobles
Nobles a good woman and expressed expressedhis
his hi sympathy for her in her trouble troubleShe troulJleShe troubleShe
She told him how Mr Nobles had left leftto IcCto leftto
to go to Danville or Allentown with witheomo withsomo withsotno
eomo plows and to got a little dram dramSho drnmShe dramSho
Sho expressed oxpr 88ml herself as being very veryuneasy veryuneasy veryuneasy
uneasy and very much troublod at her herhusbands herhusbands herhusbands
husbands continued absence absenceSuspicion obaoncoSn absenceSuspicion
Suspicion Sn being aroused Mary Fam Famblcs Fambles Pambios ¬
bios and her husband were arrested arrestedThe arrestedThe arrestedThe
The Famblcs woman confessed and andimplicated andimplicated andImplicated
implicated the others Then all of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them confessed except Dalton Joyner Joynerwho Joynerwho Joynerwho
who strongly denies any complicity
These confessions however were not notmade notma notmacb
made ma 10 until tho body had been be n found foundSheriff tonDtJ tonDtJSheria fonudSheriff
Sheriff S E Jones testified that ho howent hewent howent
went to the Nobles place in response responseto
to a telegram It was of aftOr tor dark when whenho whenhe whenho
ho got there the o There was W 8 much excite excitemen excitomont excitement ¬
mont men and several times exclamations exclamationsof
of hang them wore made The Thehatchet Thehatchet fhehatchet
hatchet with which tho murder was wascommitted WUIIcommitted wascommitted
committed was produced in court courtDobby courtDebby courtDebby
Debby told the sheriff she wanted the theold thoold theold
old man killed because he was rough roughon
on her In answer answcr to tho question at atio aJto a atc
io whether she had given him cause to tobo tobo tobo
bo rough rn n her she answered answeredOnce 8nswcrectOnce answeredOnce
Once Asked what that was she sheanswered shoanswered sheanswered
answered that oho had a baby
Mary Fambles told Sheriff Jones Jonesthat J Jonesthat ODOS ODOStha
that Mr Nobles and Gus had some somewords somowords somewords
words in the field Sho told Mrs No Nobles Nobles Noblea ¬
bles about it and remarked that old oldman oldman oldman
man Nobles ought to be killed killedThen killedThen killedThen
Then why in the devil dont Gus Guskill Guskill Guskill
kill him was Mrs Nobles comment commentSennette commentSennette commentSennetto
Sennette Arnold testified a BJ to find finding finling flailing ¬
ing tho body Tho grave was only firo firofeet 1lTofeot flofeet
feet long and twenty inches deep No Nobles Nobles Nobloewas ¬
bles bloewas was very tall and an sparely built builtTho builtThe uiltThe
The legs had to be doubled up to pet pethim gcthim gethim
him in tho grave The skull at tho thoback thoaok theback
back of tho head was crushed
Wynn told how old Mrs MrsNobles MrsNoblcs MrsNobles
Nobles had decoyed her husband to totho totho tothe
tho place of his death by dropping droppingcorn
corn upon tho ground as though thoughthieves thongbthievcs thoughthieves
thieves had dropped it i there Sho Shopersuaded Shopersuaded Shopersuaded
persuaded him not to go to tho dwel dwelling dwclhog ¬
ling house when hocnmo in from work workat
at dusk but to go immediately and andtake andtako andtake
take his stand for the corn thiovcs thiovcsShe thieve8She thioveaShe
She said 1 she would get his gun gn for forhim Corhim forhim
him Sho did not carry tho gun but buthid buthid buthil
hid it so that the children not seeing seeingit
it in its usual place would suppose supposesho 8nIIJ080sho supposesho
sho had carried it to their father fatherDr fathcrDr fatherDr
Dr E J r Dcnson testified that thero therowere therowere therewero
were three wounds and that either of ofthem ofthem ofthorn
them would have produced death Tho Thoposition Thoposition Thoposition
position of the wounds showed that thatthe thotthe thatthe
the persons persoDswho who gave them wore stand standing st standing nd nding ¬
ing and that Nobles was in a stooping stoopingposture stoopingposture stoopingposture
posture postureEfllo postureEffio postureEfflo
Efllo Nobles made a statement saying sayingsho
sho know of f tho murder but took no nopart noport nopart
part in it itDalton itDalt itDalton
Dalton Dalt n Joynor stated that ho went wentto
to 0 Gus Fumbles house on the night of oftho oftho ofthe
tho murder after a chicken Ho got gottho gottho gotthe
tho chicken and loft Ho said he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not gone gODO moro than fifteen minutes minutesHe minutoslie
He denied any complicity in tho crime crimeMary crimeMllry crime crimeMary
Mary Famblea simply denied know knowing kuowing knowjug ¬
ing anything about tho murder All AHof Allor Allof
of these prisoners except cxceptDalton Dalton have havoconfessed haveconfcBScd haveconfessed
confessed tho crime repeatedly hereto heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
fore foreTho Tho evidence of other witnesses was
abont abouttlie tho same samons ns tho above Tho do dofeufo doIOlJfO dofciiro
feufo introduced no testimony testimonyClus
Gus Fumbles told the witness witnessCoombs witnessCoombtt witnessCoombs I
Coombs and other that Mrs Nobles Noblesstruck No Noblesstruck lcs lcsstruck
struck tho first blow which felled tho thoold thoold theolil
old man to a stooping position He HeFumbles lieFllmhcfI HePamIlc
Fumbles struck tho second and Dal Dalton Dalton Diiiton ¬
ton Joyner tho third blow All agree ngreothat figrcotlJRt agreethat
that Mm Nobles paid 810 10 to havo havohim havohim have1dm
him killed and one wit witness new has tceti11 tceti11fird tcsti tcstiJlcd testifled
fled that t she promised him 50 50 more moreuad more0Jl1 mored311
uad Effio promised prom iRed 10 This was in inMiry iuIhry iniltry
Miry Fumblohu confession conrcs ion in the thecourtroom thecourtroom thecourtroom
courtroom courtroomSolicitor courtroomSolioitor courtroomSolicitor
in tho thostates thesaton
Solicitor Eason outlining I Istates
states case created somewhat of a asensation agonsatlon I Isensation
sensation by saying they did not oven ovengive ovongivo ovengive
give him a Christian burial but took tookhim tookhim tookhim
him off into the bushes and shoved shovedhim shovedhim shovedhim
him into a holo as if ho were a hog hogTwo hogTwo hogTwo
Two to hang ouo to tho penitentiary penitentiaryfor
for life and on ono acquitted was the ver verdict verdict verdiet ¬
dict of tho jury in the Nobles murder murdertrial murdertrial niurdertrial
trial Thursday ThursdayTho
Tho prisoners were promptly on onhand onbaud onhand
hand at 7 oclock tho hour court courtopened courtopened courtopened
opened No one onemanifeated manifested any weak weakness weakne weakfleas ¬
ness ne s escept Gus Famblea Ho was evi evidently evidently cvidently ¬
dently almost in a state of collapse collapseduring col1apseluring collapseduring
during the entire proceedings The Theold Thoold Theold
old Nobles woman was as cool eo I as a ablock ablook ablock
block of ice and Debby was almost almostdefiant atmostc1e almostdefiant
defiant c1e Rnt in her brazen effrontery effronteryTho effronteryTbospeeche
The Tbospeeche speeches wero able Solicitor SolicitorTom SQ1jcitorTom SolicitorTom
Tom Eason Colonel L J Po p > Shannon Shannonand Shannonand Siannonand
and John M Stubbs mado aasterly aasterlyarcumerta JIluter1yargumf ziasterlyargumCta
arcumerta argumf > b for orthe the state All of these theseacqaittcd thesecq8it theseacqaitted
acqaittcd cq8it d Dalton Joyner r because they theyhad theyhld theybad
had failed to find convincing evidence evidence8Kain8t evideuooegainst evidenoeagainst
against him In bis hi charge Judge JudgeSrriilh TUgoaJIiilh Judgeuiith
Srriilh directed tho tboJuq jury to brag in inTcrdictdf ina inathdlctof n nverdlc
Tcrdictdf verdlc f acquittal acqfli1iJ07 in Joyneia 1OIZ ff CMC CNe CNeAll CR10All
Tn All believe him tobaguilty to be gmU but bu asthe astheScotch aatheS uthaScot
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tion has be best p expressed ed at a it Tfee Tfeeconviction toconviction 6 6convIctiou
conviction of Mr Nobles and D Dcbbyand Dobby Dobbyand bb1 bb1and >
and Gus Famblcs and Mary his wife wifewas r A Awas
was wnsconsidered considered by many a certainty certaintyMrs
Mrs Nobles Nob1esand and Gus wero convicted convictedin
in tho first degree and sentenced 8onto1 o ib ibhang tbhang u uhang
hang on August 16th ICthMary 16thMnry 16thMary
Mary ambles fn bleB was convicted with wflharccothmendation a arecommendation 8recommendation
recommendation to lifo imprison imprisonment imprisoDmeni ¬
ment mentDobby in en t tIobby
meniebby Dobby ebby Nobles was acquitted Dob Dobby Dobby Bobby ¬
by tho daughter was V 8 the th fountain fountainhdad fountainh fountain1Iad
hdad h lUl of fllHho trouble It was her Ii licentiousness Iiccntiouaness Iicontiousnesa ¬
centiousness that had caused the trou trouble troublo trouble ¬
ble in tho Nobles household It was a acontest acontcst acontest
contest between a virtuous man in tho th3person j jperson
person p < rson of old man William Nobles on onono onone onone I
one aide and his i8 depraved < daughter daughterbacked daughterbacked
backed up by his wife on tho other otherHis otherHi8 otherills I
His reproof and censure were cutting cuttingand
and they tboydotermined determined to got rid of him himThe i iThe
The solemn death sentenced pro protlnccd pro1UCCd I Iduccd
duccd no perceptible effect and the thoold theold theold
old woman and Debby were laughing laughingin
in lees than a minute after it had been beenpronounced beonprononncea beenpronouncel
pronounced Dulton Joyner in the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion of many in guilty of assisting assistingin
in tho murder mur er Qua Fumbles says saysJoyner nyeJovncr saysJoynerstrnck
Joyner Joynerstrnck struck one of tho blows and andassisted andiated andauistod
assisted iated in putting old man Nobles un under under under ¬
der the ground but the state failed to tomake tomake tomake
make out a case against him and ho hogoes hogOCB hogoes
goes scot free freeIt j
It was wa Debby and not Efflo Nobles Noblesas
I Ia91rovionsly
as previously published cd who said in intho intho inthe
tho statement on tho thowitness witness stand stamlthat stamlthatsho that thatshe thatshe
she know kDe about tho plot but had hadNothing hadnothing hadnothing
Nothing to do with it It was Debby Dobbywho Debbywho Debbywho
who also promised to givo an addi additional810 additiona additional31O
tional810 tiona SlO to t havo her father fat or killed and andt andnot andnot andnot t
not Effio Miss Effio is a nico and anddntifnl an anddutiful < 1 1dutiful
dutiful daughter and know nothing of oftho oftho oftho
tho plot The prisoners were taken to totho tothe I Itho
tho Bibb Dib county jail for safekeeping safekeepingNo
No motion for a new trial has been boonmttdo j jmade I Imtdo
made and it is not probable that thoro therowill thorowill j jwill
will bo ono It is safe to say thero therewill j jwill iwill
will bo no petition from tho county countyasking countyasking I IBsking
asking the governor to commute the thesentence thosdntence thesfntenco
sentence of Mrs Nobles NoblesBUSINESS NoblcBUSINESS NoblesBUSINESS
Bradstreeta Weekly Report of Trade TradoConditions TradCondlUon TradeCond1tlou
Conditions ConditionsBradstroetg CondlUonBrndstroets Cond1tlouBradstroet
Bradstroetg roviow of trade for the thepast thopast thepast
past week says saysThere saysThore saysThere
There are 197 business failures re reported reported reported ¬
ported throughout tho United States Statesthis StatesthIs Statesthis
this week as compared with 215 last lastweek lasweck lastweek
week 161 16 la i tho first week of July July189l
189l 1804310 319 In 1893 189 and 152 l 2 in the like likeweek likeweek likeweek
week of ofTotal 1892 1892Total 1M2ClTotal
Total business failures in tho Do Dominion DomInion Dominion ¬
minion of Canada number 25 this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week against 28 2 last week 39 in tho thoweek thoweek thoiceek
week ono year ago and 26 two years yearsago ycnrngo yearsago
Notwithstanding the week is broken brokenby brokenby brokenbya
by bya a holiday favorable trado conditions conditionsheretofore conditionshereto conditIonsheretofore
heretofore hereto foro reported continue to exorcise exorcisea
a pronounced influence prominently prominentlygeneral prominentlygenernl prominentlygeneral
general advances in prices and in prices pricesof
of staples and in wages of industrial industrialemployes indnstrinlemploye Industrialemployee
employee Tho extent of tho voluntary voluntaryadvances voluntnryadvanecs voluntaryadvances
advances in wages reported within a amonth amonth amonth
month or two has outgrown the re resources reBources resources
sources of voluntary volnntafystatist1eulburcau3 volnntafystatist1eulburcau3which statistical bureaus bureauswhich
h ve to keen track
of latest advices being that more than thanone thanone hanone
one million industrial workers have havoreceived h havereceived ve vercoeived
received an advance averaging about
10 per fcr cent centThe centI centThe
I The upward tendency of prices priceswhile priccswhilo priceswhilo
whilo notae not as marked as a month ago agoid agoill agois
id still striking because of additional additionaladvances additionnlndvancea additionaladvances
advances J thoso of lumber tin plato plateand platoand platoand
and print pri > cloths being new Cotton Cottongoods Cottongoods Cottongoods
goods are firm gonerally on tho late lateadvance luteadvnnce lateadvanco
advance in raw cotton although nUh ugh som somvarieties 80mj 80mjv aomvarieties
varieties v are quiet at this the mfft mffteummer mtftBummer mt mtsummer
Bummer season Fancy prints are ac active aotivo activo ¬
tivo for fall delivery Wool which whichwas
was late in starting in tho race for forhigher forhigher forhigher
higher quotations is quoted at another anotheradvanco Rnotheradvanco anotheradvance
advanco for South American Ameri an and Ann Australian AuatrnJinn Anntralinu ¬
tralian varieties Prices at London Londonsales Londonsales Londonsales
sales are up 10 or 15 points which whichhaving thicLhaving whichhaving
having been moro than discounted discountedhere
here induces tho trade to anticipate anticipatereaction anticipatoreaction anticipatereaction
reaction unless London quotations ad advanco advance advance ¬
vance further Cotton also is higher higheras
as is leather following which wo w havo havoa
a repetition of the announcement made madeeach modoeaoh madeeach
each week for moro than a month that thatquotations thatquotntions thatquotations
quotations for pig iron and steel billets billetshavo billetshavo billetshave
havo advanced To this must bo add added addcd added ¬
ed a similar statement in respect to tobar tobar tobar
bar iron ironAmong ironAmong ironAmong
Among tho list of staples for which whichprices whichprices whichprices
prices are lower are flour wheat cornt corntand corn cornaud cornand
and oats in all instances tho outcome outcomeof
of reports of improved crop condi conditions conditionB conditions ¬
tions Pork and lard aro also lower
as aro potatoes and butter butterNo bntterNo butterNo
No material improvement is re reported reportod reportod ¬
portod from the south rains continu continuing continuing ¬
ing iogto to bo o damaging to agricultural in interests interests interests ¬
terests and to chock business in Texus Texuswhile Texuswhile Texaswhile
while at tho south uth Atlantic Atl ntio and gulf gulfBtato gnUstato gulfstate
state cities tho quiet movement of eta staple stRplo etaplo ¬
plo goods goo s and fair or unsatisfactory unsatisfactorycollections unsatisfactorycoUections unsatisfactorycollections
collections of tho past month or two twocontinue twocontinue twocontinue
continue But advices dvi eB from nearly all allcities 811eitics allcities
cities reported appear to ngroo that thatwholesale thatwholosulo thatwholeaulo
wholesale dealers in nearly all lines aro arogreatly orogroatly arogreatly
greatly encouraged as to tho outlook outlookfor
for business during autumn believing believingthat
that the demand will bo greatly stimu stimulated stimulnted stimulated ¬
lated by the very general and as it is isnow ishow isflow
now believcdpermanent bel improvement improvementin
in prices pricesGLADSTONES pricesGLADSTONES pricesOLDSTONES
Give Ireland Her Just and Constitu Constitutional CODStItutlonal Constitutional ¬
tional Claims ClaimsThe ClaImsThe ClaliasThe
The Westminister Gazette London Londona
a few days ago asked Mr Gladstone Gladstoneto
to write a message to tho people to bo bodisplayed bodisp1ayed bedisplayed
displayed upon magio lantern slides slidestogether Blidestogether slidestogether
together with cartoons and election electionnews
news at at the National Liberal Club ClnbMr ClubMr ClubMr
Mr Gladstone complied with the ro request roqaest roquest ¬
quest by sending son ding the following thefollowingAbove followingAbove followingAbove
Above all other present purposes purposesvindicate purposesvintlicato purposesvimlicato
vindicate tho rights of tho house of ofcommons ofcommons ofcommons
commons as tho organ of the nation nationand nationand nationand
and establish the honor of England as aswell aswcll aswell
well as consolidate tho strength of tho thoempire thoempiro theempire
empire by conceding the just and con constitutional conBtitutional conatitutional ¬
stitutional claims of Ireland ofIre1andThe IrelandThe IrelandThe
The Pennsylvania Railroad PallroadLoaa PallroadLoaaSpeyer Loaa LoaaSpeyer LoaaSpeyer
Speyer Co of fLondoD announce announcethat announcet announcethat
that t ati the oe 85000000 OOo ooioo OO 3 3j per 1 01 cent loan I B ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadOol1pABT RailroadOol1pABTbrongbt OottpaBj OottpaBjbronght Ooipaaybrought
brought but ut in London LoBd n was heavily heavilyoversubscribed h heavilyoversubscribed vil1 vil1oversubScribed
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A irrible 1fmbIeacoldeut t ible accident Occurred oc nrrod at 3 3oclock
Tuesday morning at a Oraiga OraigaBead O
station on onihe the Grand Trunk Trunkrailway
railway about fourteen foor toen miles west WC8 of ofLevig
Canada CanadaTho candLThe ahdaThe
The death list llatis ia as follows follow6RAnLE6 followsJffA11LE8
tiHAHLEB DEbARS moil clerk clerkMISS clerkJIBs
MISS BEDABS his daughter daughterHEOTOB daughterlEO daughteECTOE
HEOTOB lEO OB MgLJsOD MQr O t engineer engineerBIOHABD engineerkIOHARD engineer1rdHAnD
BIOHABD PERKINS fireman firemanBEV tr firemanBEY man manREV
BEV MB COGAN all of Richmond BichmondBEV RiohmondEV RichmondREV
REV EV MB DIGNAN of Windsor WindsorMillH WindsorMilIR WindsorMills
Mills MillHMISS MillsMISS
MISS VALIN and her aunt name ntUDeunknownlof nameunknown namounknownof
unknown unknownlof of St Joseph do Lovic LovicMISS LevitMISSaHAUFT LoviM1SS
MISS MISSaHAUFT THAUFT St Joseph do Lo Lovis Lovi Lovia
via vi
visMBS MRS OAYEB of Danville DanvilleTwo Dat DanvilIoTwo vi11 vi11Two
Two MISSES DELYCOtJBT of ofSbofford ofShefforl ofShefforil
Sbofford SboffordJOHN ShefforlJOHN ShefforilJOHN
JOHN OFEBBALL of Richmond BichmondTho RichmondThe
The wounded wore taken to Qnebeo Qnebeofor
for treatment and aro as follows followsJohn followsJohn followsJohn
John Cadnlca J P Cayer Seraphim SeraphimGayer SeraphimCayer eraphimCayer
Cayer Joseph Gayer Louise Cnyer all allof aUof allof
of Danville Virginia Sylvester Mrs MrsFrancis MrsFrancis MrsFrancis
Francis Tontoine Bronghton Louise LouiseGodetto LoufacGodette LouiseGodetto
Godetto Arthauaskaville Arthabns nvilJa Patrick PatrickMoHugh PntriokMcHugb PatrickMcHugh
MoHugh Cohilton Bevr Father T de deBodicrcnre c1eUOdiercDrt ICBosiercuro
Bodicrcnre > of Bronghton Vierra VierraAllard VierraAllard VierraAllard
Allard Richmond Antonio Bairo BairoArthabaskavillo DairArthnbaRknvilJo BaireArthabaskavillo
Arthabaskavillo M J Quinlon trav traveling traveling trayoliug ¬
eling passenger p 88e ger agent Montreal MontrealA
A very veri l Jljrge rge pilgrimage pj rilDngo from Sher Sherbrooke Sharbrooke Shorbrooke
brooke Windsor Mills and Richmond Bichmondhad
had left tho latter town about ten tenoclock tenoclock tenoclock
oclock last evening for the shrine of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Anno do Bcnupro There were weresections two twosections wa wasections
sections of the train ono running a afew afew afew
few minutes behind the otnor Tho Thofirst 1fJ rhofirst o ofirst
first section was standing at tho Craigs CraigsBoad CraiRsUoad Craigsiload
Boad station s taking water when the thesecond thesccond thesecond
second section scctionFn88inc pasainj the semaphore semaphoredashed Bomophoredatlbctl semaphoredashed
dashed into tho rear Pullman coach of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first section smashing it to kind kindling kimlHug kindhug ¬
Hug wood and killing it is said snidevery every ¬
body in that car except the Pullman Pullmanconductor Pullmanconductor Pullmanconductor
conductor who jumped jumpedEngineer jumpctJEngineer iumpedEngineer
Engineer McLeod and Fireman Per Perkins Perkin Perkins ¬
kins of tho second section wore both bothinstantly bothinftantly bothinstantly
instantly killed killedTho kiIJedThe killedThe
The Pullman conch was telescoped telescopedinto
into the firstcla s cars of tho first ace seoion acotion acetion
tion killing a number of passengers passengersThroe pasenRerThroo passongoraThree
Throe priests arc among the killed killedTHE ki1lm1TilE killedTilE
More Fruit Than Ever Known IuownCot IuownCotton Cot Cotton ¬
ton Slaking Good Headway HeadwayAccording HeadwayAccording HeadwayAccording
According to the weekly crop report reporti
it i begins to look as if tho peach crop crophia cropthis cropthin
this year will be tho largest ever gath gathered gathcredo gathcrod ¬
credo The trees are fairly drooping droopingunder droopInguntJor droopingunder
under the weight of their luscious lusciousburden 1080io118hurden lusciousburden
burden and every orchard in the state statewill 8tatowill statewill
will yield an abundant crop This is isgood isgood isgood
good news Tho same conditions that thatproduce thatIrodnco thatiroduco
produce a heavy fruit crop produce producegood prodocogood producegood
good health The two go hand in iniiand inhand inhand
hand handMelons
Melons are rolling in into to market markctevery markcteveryday every everyday everyday
day and the crop is a very fine one oneCotton oneCotton oneCotton
Cotton is doing well and the indica indications Indieation Indications ¬
tions are that tho farmers of Georgia Georgiawill
will have a prosperous lfosl rous year yearTho yoarlho yearThe
The week just ended en ed n says tho re report leport roport ¬
port was the wettest since tho th be ¬
ginning of tho season tho ¬
ing in tho shape of showers attended attendedwith attendodwith attendedwith
with warm worm sunshine The temperature Thetemp Thetempratureconditions temperatureconditions ature atureI aturecondiUona
conditions were abont normal though thoughin
in a few localities the nights were werecooler werecooler werecooler
cooler than was was good for cotton All Allcrops Allcrops Allcrops
crops are growing very rapidlycotton rapidlycottonespecially fnpldlycottoucspeclally rapidlycottouespecially
especially Tho corn crop continues continuesvery
very promising a agood harvest being beingalready beingaIroatJy beingalready
already assured in some of tho south southern ¬
ern em counties Peaches 1 > and melons are aroabundant arenbnndRnt areabundant
abundant the rst named crop bid bidding bidling bidding ¬
ding fair to tarn l1rn out the heaviest ever overknown everknown everknown
known in the state Wot weather has hasdelayed hasc101nyed baadelayed
delayed the laying by of crops in tho thonorthern thonorthern thenorthern
northern districts whore somo injury injuryis
is also reported to grain in tho field fieldand fioldnnd fieldand
and shock Several severe local storms stormsoccurred Btormsoccurred stormsoccurred
occurred during the week causing causingmuch causingmuch causingmuch
much damage by breaking down fruit fruittrees fruittreeB fruittrees
trees prostrating corn and oats whore whorenot wheronot whorenot
not harvested harvestedBAH
Ho Tells About the Publication of the theAlleged theAlleged theAlleged
Alleged Libel LibelA
A large crowd was in attendance attendancewhen attendancewhen attendancowhen
when conrt opened at Norfolk Vn VnTuesday VnTucsday VuTuesday
Tuesday morning in tho MasseyPilot MasseyPilotcose
case The defense called to the stand standMr standMr standMr
Mr Sam W Small ono of tho defend defendants defendnnts defendants ¬
ants in tho case He was examined by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Heath narrating his newspaper newspaperexperience neW8paperexpericnoeand newspaperexnericnceand
experience and savinet that at the time
of o tho publication p bHcaii n of the Massey MassoyBook Mas80Ynook MasseyBook
Book Company article he believe tho thostatements tho8tatcments thestatements
statements to bo true and believed believedthat beHovedthat believedthat
that there was evidence that would es establish estnb1ish establish ¬
tablish tho truth of tho statements in ineaid infllid insaid
said article In tho course of his con connection connection ¬
nection m ction with the Pilot be received lot letters lotters ¬ 1
ters calling his attention to school schoolmatters schoolmatters i
matters and having knowledge Of f tho thotransaction thetransaction
transaction of the American Book Bookcompany Bookccmpany
company ho was led le to believe that thattho thattho thatthe
tho school book matter was worth worthlooking worthlooking worthlooking
looking into Mr Byrd prepared an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article and sent it to the witness witnessWhen witnessWhen witnessWhen
When it reached the Pilot Fit t office ho hoSmall heSmoll hoSmall
Small pruned it till ho thought it itwould itwould itwould
would pass muster and then ho pub published publisbed publiehedit ¬
lished lieheditQuestioned it itQuestioned itQueetioned
Questioned by Mr Neely of coun counsel counsel couneel ¬
sel for plaintiff Mr Small admitted admittedthat admittedthat admittedthat
that ho had not retracted in his news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper tho things ho had published publishedninl
ninl vhirh he had afterwards learned learnedwero learnedwele learnedwere
were not true trueDeposits trueDlposlts trueDeposits
Deposits Sufficiently Large LargeA
A Now York special says Deposits Depositsof
of Georgia Central railroad stock and andcertificates amIcertificntt8 andcertificates
certificates of indebtedness with the tboMercantile theMercantilo theMercantile
Mercantile Trust Cmpany Cmp ny in Savan Savannah Snvannah Savannah ¬
nah havo been sufficiently largo to togive toR togive
give R ve the committee large majority majorityboth
both of debcnturcsandminority ty stock stockUnder stookUndcrtheeeciroumstAuces stockUnder
Under UndcrtheeeciroumstAuces these circumstances tho plan planby planby planby
by its terms has become ccomofnJJy fully opera operative operativl operative ¬
tive and it will doubtless be formally Jorma1J1declared formallydeclared Iormallydeclared
declared so within a short time timeChicago limoCklcago timeChicago
Chicago Alderman Indicted IndictedThe ladlctedThe ldlctedThe
The special p cJal grand jury empanelled empanelledto a at
to t investigate iDTOIigatochargeeof charges of boodlingin boodlinginthe in inI intthe
I tthe the Chicago city ty council D i1 have re returned returned roturned ¬
turned two twofpdi indictments tmon1 against Alder 4IIeraii Alderman er erlUan ¬
man aii William W Pinkler in asd d two against againstAlderman ag agaliatl ut utAlaerman
Alderman l rilaan Charles Oh r1 a Martin artin Tfee Ia Iadi iidictiabata UK UKdiotJHoata
diotJHoata di bcBt charge the th soliciting o1 c tiDK of ofbribe ofrib oFbribee
bribe bribeesA rib
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pbU < Uht L Oo JoabiBatb QobIa biae3 theee t two twoitwBwof twot twoiuoicxpers
itwBwof iuoicxpers t ol expense anted Dted io toll51 l57 l575757OO
575700 7 100 JeaviBgforaJl leavbff ior all other othercapita tb UP expensea expensea2O78Q1 DIe DIet52
t52 O1711 o about boutt3 3 3capita p pcapita
capita capitaIn >
In 11880 1880 tbo total W w26ZO42958 w26ZO42958the waa 2GTt012958 126T6t2958the 2GTt012958the
the amount paid fob fo pensions p ponai D8i ns having havingincreased havingincreased havingincreased
increased to I 56777474 717t7 and 8 d the theamount themount theamount
amount paid in interest on the public publicdebt publiodebt publicdebt
debt having havInRdecreased decreased to 9 95767575 95767575leaving 957bt 761575leaving 575 575leaving
leaving 115108209 or only oa11215 oa11215per 215 215per 215per
per capita capitaIn capitaIn
In 1890 out ou of a total of 318040
711 tho sum of 106936855 was paid paidfor paidfor paidfor
for pension and 36099284 for in iniorcflt inieroat interoat
iorcflt leavisg 173004572 or SZ80 SZ80for 28O 28Ofor 80 80for
for other expenses This was ono 6f 6ftho ofthe f fthe
the years ot tho billion dollar oll r con congrcsp congrcsEl congreet
greet and this fact accounts for the thoincreased tboincrcased theincreased
increased expenditures per capita over t
1880 1880In
In 1893 the pension peD ion expenses wero weroheavlellt wereboavlept weroheaviest
heaviest amounting to 159357558 159357558In
In interest the amount of 27264392was 27264392 27264392was
was paid making for tho two a total of
186621950 out of a total of 8383 383
477950 Thus we sec that for years yearsthe yearsthe yearsthe
the two items of expense caused cBns l by tho thowar thewar I
war have made about half of the total totalexpenditures totalexpenditures I Ixpcndituros
expenditures of the government governmentBoth
Both of these items of expense will willprobably willIJrooo willprobably
IJrooo probably ly steadily decrease hereafter hereafterprobably hero hereafterprobably fter I IIJroba
probably IJroba ly declining as much as ten per percent peroent percent
cent each year Tho appropriation appropriationfor
for pensions was more than th n 15000
000 less in 1894 than in 1893 and andwhile andwhile I
while the interest was wattr Wa about a half halfmillion halfmillion halfmillion
million more this was exceptional exceptionalTho
The debt is gradually being decreased decreasedand
and when bonds retired are replaced replacedby
by others it is i at a lower rato of in iniutoreBt inintercat ininterest
interest iutoreBtThus intercatThus interestThus
Thus with increasing incre sing population populationaud
aud decreasing expenditures it is easy easyto I Ito
to see that our government gov rnment ought to tobo tobe tobe
be administered at a smaller cost per percapita percnpitn percapita
capita every year and will bo unless unlesscongress unlC58congreBS unlesscongress
congress squanders in other lines the themoney themoney themonoy
money that will be saved by tho natu natural nntural natural ¬
ral decrease of pension and interest interestpayments interestpayments interestpayments
Kissing Mother MotherS
S A father talking to his careless carelessdaughter carelessdaughter 9 9danghter
daughter said 8ni 1 I want to speak to toyou toyou toyou
you of your mother It may be that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you noticed a careworn look upon nponher uponher uponher
her face Of course it has not been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
brought thero by any act of yours yoursstill yoursstill yoursstill
still it is your duty to chase it away awayI
I want you to get up tomorrow morn morning morning mornlag ¬
ing and get breakfast When your yonrmother yourmother yourmother
mother comes anti begins to express expressher expreBSher expressher
her surprise go right up to her and andkiss andkiB8 andkiss
kiss her on tho mouth You caut im imagine imagino imngino ¬
agine how it will brighten her dear dearface dearfnce dearface
face fnceneeidcs
Besides you owe her a kiss or two twoAway twoAway twoAwayback
Away Awayback back when you wero a little litUegirl litUegirltihe girl girlBhe girlshe
she kissed you when no one else was waatempted wnstempted wastempted
tempted by your fever tainted breath breathand breathantI breathand
and swollen face You were not as at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive then as you are now Through Throughyears ThronKhvear8 Throughyears
years of childish sunshine and shadows shadowsshe
she ho was always ready re dy to cure by the thomagic themagic themagic
magic of a mothers kiss tho little littledirty litUedirty littledirty
dirty chubby lt adds lds whenever they theywero theywero theywere
wero injured inhoso in oso first skirmishes skirmisheswith
with tho rough old world worldThe worldThe It ItThe
The Grave of f Lincolns Mother MotherThe 310therThe MotherThe
The grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln Lincolntho
tho mother of President Lincoln at atRockport atRockport atRockport
Rockport Indiana was decorated decor ted on ouJuly onJuly onJuly
I July 4 by women of Perry Spencer Spencerand
and Warwick counties It is enclosed enclosedby
by an iron fence f nce and is marked by a asimple asimple asimple
simple plain headstone on which is isinscribed i iinscribod isinscribed
inscribed Nancy Hanks Lincoln LincolnMother LincolnMother LincolnMother
Mother of The Martyred President PresidentDied PresidentDic PresidentDicdNovember5
Died DicdNovember5 November 51818 18fS aged 35 years yearsNo yearsNo
No Thanks Duo DuoHostess DuoHostes DuoHostess
Hostess to Logan 6 years old ol who whois
is taking dinner with them themWhy Why
Logan You say they dont ask a ablessing ab1cS8ing ablessing
blessing at your house You dont dontthauk dontthnnk dontthank
thank tho Lord for what you have to tocat toen tocat
cat en
Logon LogonWe We dont < have to Wo pay payfor PBYfor payfor
for what we get getJudge getJudgeAlway Judge JudgeAlrrjm
Alrrjm Cure CareIndigestion CureI Curelndlget1on
Indigestion Dyspepsia DrsJI < pela Bad B d Breath Debility DebilitySour DcblUtyBour DebtiltySour
Sour Stomach Want of Appetite Distress DistressAfter DJstrrll5After DistressAfter
I After Eating and all n eTibi arWntc arbi1nfrom from a aweak aweak aweak
weak or disordered dl ordereclatomacb stomach It builds up upfrom upfrom upfrom
from the tint dose and a bottle or two will willcure wfUcura wi ii iicure
cure tho worst cases and insure a good app apptlte aJpo aJpotlte appetItt
tlte excellent digestion and result ult In vigor vigorous vtgrone hNrOUII ¬
one health and buoyancy of spirits There There8DO U Uno leno
no better way to insure Rood lualth III Ii aUh and a along nlong along
long life thnn to keep the stomach rlzht rlzhtTyncrs rhhtI rlzhtTyners
Tyncrs Dyspepsia D epla Remedy is guaranteed to todo todo todo
I do this Too Tranqulliiing AfterDinner AtterDlnncrDrink AfterDinnerDrink AfterDinnerDrink
Drink Forsalo For sale by Drurolsta Manufactured Manufacturedby
by O O Tyner Atlanta Atlantafomlnror AtlantaonI1nror Atlantamisror
fomlnror misror E D 1 Ix Jooml > onil Detroit Dctrol Mich Michea lJeh 3lIcbst5
ea st5 > 8 1 The ho iffrct frct of Iliilla lnl iIaII Catarrh Catarh Cure Is Iswonderful IsI IswnntierIiil
wonderful wOlclef11 Write rito him aout it i Sold Elcl by
I Druggists 75c 75cThere 3c 3cTJicre c cTbrrc
There In II i ricnuure 1lclMarc and ad 1roOt lroOtanlls troatanal 1roOtand
and satisfaction UfactoJ in abating troublesome rulbtelumo and andpainful andi andills
i painful Ills by uvlnn u Paikers kert Ginger Trole
Both tb the method metho and fd results rlt when whenSyrup whenSyn1p whenSy1Up
Syrup of Figs Fig is taken tken it iti itis is pleasant pleasantand
and ad refreshing to t the torte te and Od acts actsgenlly at actsgently
gently genty yet promptly promptly on the Kidneys KidneysjLiver Kidey KidneysLiver
Liver and nd Bowels Bwe cleanses cle the to totem sys system systern ¬
tem effectually efectualy dispels 1s colds clds head headaches hed hedace headaches
aches ace and Od fevers fever and cares cur habitual habitualconstipation hnbitun habitualconstipstion
constipation Syrup of Figs Fig ia i the theonly te teonly theonly
only constpon remedy rmey r of its it kind kid ever eve pro producet pr producet
ducet duc pleasing pleng to t the taste t and Dd ac acceptable n noceptable ¬
stomach in inits inits
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its itationnd action and truly tr1 beneficial bDe6cinl in its itseffects it itaefFects
effects ce prepared pre only frm from the te most mosthealthy mot mothcty znothealthy
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peculiar > ecnliar intoxicating in oxcting property which whichicw whioknew hicknew
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of theme are contained oPDtinod in inl Jess g than thantalf thanhalf
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taken in a day by blot most nxoatfull full ft grown growncrsons grownlereons
lersonB crsons without unpleasant effects effectsmt effectsbut et
but if twice twicetlit tliis quantity quantt or o eight eightgrains oighgrins eightgrains
grains a day bo o taken tho pulse pul8b be becomes becinues ¬
comes CO08 moro frequent fretluEnt I tho heart he beat beatsmoro beats beatsmoro
moro strongly and nm trembling tremblng cornea corneaon
on At the t10 sanu 8 saiy time tme tho agitation egittion ia iaexcited il isexcited
excited and after awhile the
excitd afte whie thothoughts thothoughtswander thoughb thoughbwander
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a peculiar pe < ulnr state of intoxicatioa intoxcU DcoD comes comeson conieson s son
on All these thee thenesymptoms symptoms are followed followedby
by and pass pas off of in n deep depaleej sleep
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utes in any degree to its exhilarating exhilaratingor cxblatnl
or narcotic action act n is s not notknown known That Thatt I
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which tea produces s is rendered very veryrobable veryprobable
probable > robable by thofoct thel ct that thnta a species of ofannin oftnnnm oftannin
annin is tho priuciplo ptiZcplo ingredient ingrodent t in inho intho inthe
ho Indian betelnut betol betol nut which is is ieso eo much muchprized muohprized muchprized
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cation Mate cjr Q Paraguay aragay tea to pre preored ptapared
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