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J i I JOHN Q COLLINS Proprietor ProprietorPwblUhod ProprietorPltbilihed ProprietorPebIIihedEveryFRIDAY
PwblUhod PebIIihedEveryFRIDAY Every FRIDAY Morning MorningGEORGIAS M rnlng rnlngp rnlngGEORG4S
atmonso Throngs Crowd Piedmont Park inAtlonto it itAtlanta in in4t1onta
Atlanta to Witncst Initiation InitiationTho nilotionrho
I i Ii Tho gatoi of the Goorgla state fail failat lairt fairat
at t Atlanta woro thrown open to tin tinworld thtWorM ther
r world at s J clock Monday morning morningnnd rnonllnOud morningpod
pod at a joint olnt meeting of the Htato HtatoAgricultural BtallAgrJcultur11 StatoAgricultural
Agricultural Society and tho Atlanta AtlantajFalr Atlantaalr Atlantapair
pair alr Association at noon the greatest greatestfair grdatoHllair grtfatostt
t fair the state linK Ian known for yeais yeaiswas yoasas H
lwnR was as formally inaugurated inauguratedi
J i Tho day began cloudy but tho skies skiesiiad KkioHn1 Hkiosad
iiad n1 cioarod by noon arid the thousands thousandsof
4of of visitors from ovary part Il rt of the theHtato thlJr thlJfila theNtatr
Htato fila If Ihro7ifod Ihrcm od th thv grounds and tho thobull tho1J11I1I1J1JK thebull11ngH
1J11I1I1J1JK bull lings holding tho many exhibits oxhlbltHof
t of fjeorgiaH loor giaii produce and enterprise enterpriseinspccting untnrprlHtJhJHpcetlrlJ enterprlsoinsprcting
inspccting the many splendid ills illsTho dIM11I1H d1M1dayH
11I1H 1dayHI
Tho 1 he grntoxt gr + teMt interest shown by h tho tholargo lhflarsc ttl ttlIargo
largo crowd centered around thy thywnny UIJfnnny thsrnnny
wnny ixhlbltx I in the Krlciiltural l1Jrl KrlciilturaltsiiiidriK uturnl uturnlUd
1 tsiiiidriK Ud JlJ fhlx hhl hiilldlng ontlroly r rmodi nJnwll r rtnod +
modi od l and froxh tr 14h In Its new painthilt paint paintnnd wllitfUl1
hilt nnd fiHro r fr Htn hoimex almost every known knownpinion kllownJIll knowntnalnrr
pinion JIll I II fl mid resource of the stall stallwhiv Hltll1whlf buttswhin
whiv there are liluslratlonM of wealth wealthand wealthand wuullhSlncl
and prM prosperity a rlty which will mine i irinv UI UIlIW Isrow
row knowledge to the clllxcnx JIII IIH of thin thoUmpire LI thin1nllrr
Umpire 1 rnJM + Kfito St ilo of the South All aval avalable IIvdr avuilnhln r
r able Hpace In this building has beoi beoiput har1lull
put lull t Into Morviro and the counties of oftho li litlu oftlu
tlu Hinto hivo 1111 arranged Hplendld an lUll lUllWill I Iwell Iwall
well illustrative I II 1111111I11 VO displays diHplayHIarrnors displaysFarmers IIHflIIlYHunnrM
Farmers unnrM and manufacturers of the ihodifferent I thec hoc1rrflrflllt
different c fortt HocilnriH of Georgia INn u who will willvisit willvlHlt tvlrlvisit
visit the + fair will find many now nowexamples nlwlx newrxatnplrH
examples lx rn pltN of the resources r dovolopod dovolopodnnd
nnd undeveloped of their native xtati xtatiIn JoItntlIII Mtrttin
1 In Iho Ih Industrial hulldlng are place placethe IIINII plnrltin
I the dffornnl displays of rnachlrierv rnachlriervand
and nil michanlcHi InvontloiiH and Irnplo Irnploinonts ImI1i Irnplornnnts
i inonts There sooniH to ho no limitto limit limitto II nut nutI
I to tit diHoiiiys In this bonding 1m 1111 nJ nnd nndtbo nntltJlf
j tbo exhibits xhhll are complete In their II IIIiiHtraUon JIJIIHLrulCm I1lustrutlan
IiiHtraUon ami mechanism The exhibit exhibitof cxli hilt hiltor
ii or machinery arid an ii mechanical manu manufacture monufOflturn n nfnntnrn ¬
facture is one complete show and anddisplays nllrl111IhIYH niiddIMplnyfl
displays the many Intricate stylos and andtypes nnlltYI andtytu
types tYI + s or rntichlnory rntichlnoryTho
Tho oxhlbllH oxi Ihit 4 and displays In the wo womans woomnUH wnmans
mans building hll 1111 II J which whf < oh Is located In the thnold theold
i old fine nn arts building will come an ann 1t1I uin
I n rovlatlon nnd glnd surprise to Un Unlovers I ihnlav h hIOVIrH
lovers lav + rM of fine Oil needlework pastry arid findthe aridiho 11111iho
iho other kindred arts of the woman womandepartment wonlnrindopsrtnunt
department departmentOver I
i Over In the Coliseum bulldlim bulldlimwhere lullldingwhnrn I
r where the poultry show Is x being Ii ng hold hniIurn holdlire hOlllnrn
lire wonderful exhibits Is of chickens chickensplgeomi chlfwruiVIJIOII chlelcnerlgnonH
plgeomi and many classes of fowls fowlsTho rowhlho rosv1MThn
Tho ho livestock II HUII xhow Mi hits come I up to tothe Intho tothe
the projhoiy y of o thin fair association associationthat
that It will he tho largest over hold holdill IlldhI heldIn
ill the stale Hero nro n 10 Io located lorn ilea I 111 prle prlewinners prhrwltutrs rlloft rlloftwJrIllIrH + +
winners in count rnutlln lIl1lhcH IIMH s elmxes lor JorIMOyM lorneys IrfIllYH
neys HoroHfordH nnd ninny fillY other otheruroodH othr1JrNdH of hor horlrelH
uroodH of o cattle bluo 110 ribbon porl porlorH IlIIrlrH pr1GrH
orH rH that have hll VO oarrlrd c i off rlhhoim 11 m mother HIJlllnr ttother
other coiiloHls and 1111 thoxo thai will ho homiro hullro hoNora
Nora llro to win montlon In the I hi present presentfair JlrflMflItfair prrsr + nt
4 fair All as aotlvlly IWllvll In iho livestock livestockund
I und poultry shows and the ontrlon ontrlonnro olllrl olllrlnro
nro oxcliltiK Hie admiration of the themany thoJnnllY themany
many who visit those displays displaysThe 1l1IIIIIYMJho dlsplnyMTho
The fair hits boon moxl forlunale forlunaleIn fort unnto unntoin J JhI
In nonirlng the armixomontH ntllii tr i alts for the thelOOfi thll1DOr theiQOfi
lOOfi moot Dnminliind 1 > which hoglnu hoglnuat IIngllllCnllllo
at nllllo the renr or the admlnlxlratloa slit hull biilldIng hllll1nK hullIng
Ing nK and utrotohox away h WII to the I baxn baxnliill hnMtI1mJJ bnsnhall
hall park < IH doltoil with various at atIrnctloiis ilLtrlVllOflH attractions
tractions hulldliiKx 111111 and touts toutsNLGKO toolsNIGuo HlIH HlIHh HlIHNUiRO
Ix btofl Convict ict Token I kon from Ullnurs and Swung bwungjt wung wungltp
tip jt fur A 0uuituiy iwo I uiri obisNenr uiriMoar vlrlllNlnl
Moar jJaiubniiKO JJ i tl1 u Horn Hon SuaJrlghl Soubright HonlIllII
bright l a niHio who lall on Hatiininytrim Hatiininy Hut yaturuuycrtnluully UIIIIY UIIIIYrhlllll
crtnluully trim rhlllll i n ally uHHAiilloii twu 1 u ltuglu no ro BlrlB BlrlB4ommittlni glrhlcUlllfIIlttlul girhMulotnltllug
4ommittlni the iiccoiiil iiHHiuilt whllo whlloIhu whlluthu wttlluthu
thu oillrora wuiu dinning ctiu Iisg him h 111I for thu thuIIrut LhoJlrHL thu1Irst
IIrut UIKIIO Will < tiikon front 11111I the dill dillCITS ulfccrH JillClrH
CITS of thu law IlL who had hum In thuir thulr1MrsnoHMtnu j jHHUm IHlld
1MrsnoHMtnu HHUm and ii td lymhod him Ii lin Haturda Haturday Sat urdn urdnNIKht I II IJlIJlll I
JlIJlll j DIY > > y a mob coinpui aculpubi t c 1 uf hIM uwnar uwn i iwas Itaru
taru ar u uSruhrlgllt i itulJrlJJJt
tulJrlJJJt was 1111 oxconvlct x who whowits 11110wan I
wits retoutly rClIIII1 llboraiod from rufII 1rourtcamp Groura Grouracarnp 1 rllI rllI111I1
camp 111I1 near Cyroao e yrIn rl III In Uecatur oallll CCJUM routty CCJUMty I Ity
ty and WIIH captured by h Otllvorx Ivoy Iveyand Ivoyand IojuucJ
and Murkerhon 1ltlrhurhtllI11u The lynching occurrel occurrelon
on in the plantation of James Ivoyabout Ivoyaboutolght Ivoynhuuteight lhfal lhfal1JhL
eight mUm wont of Unlnlxldge UnlnlxldgeAfter Unlnhllcl llnltnhrldguAftur o oAftur
Aftur the negro had been hanged hangedto
to a tree bin body 1111 wuu riddled with withbullets withbullotH witItbullets
bullets rand what was loft of It vita wnaloft vitaloft V1t3loft
loft hanging to the rope The lll bloody bloodycarcaiiH IIluudycarCIUIH Moodyearea11s
carcaiiH WitH out down Hiinduy by thu thucoroner thucoronor thecoroner
coroner coronerAH
AH thoro wore about fifty of tho tholynchorn thoIynchor thelynehora
lynchorn In tbo party the oiilccniwero oiilccni omccrnVoro omceratvoro
wero imworlcns to prevent tho execu execution UXCculion uxeCUlion ¬
lion of vengeance without the low law1aid lownhf lawsa11
aid nlthouKh they Iho pleaded with tho thonegroes thonO thenegroes
negroes nO rooH to permit thorn to land Son Sonbright 81Itbright Senbright
bright In Jail fiHHurlnK them that ho bowould howould howould
would got R t full till punlHhruent In tho thocourts thocourtlJ thoI
I courts courtsTho courtlJ1hn courtsThe
The verdict MII let of tho coroners urone > rs Jury Jurywos JllrWOR jurywant
want co o the effect that tho tJl negro n < Jro was waslynched W1Mln waMlynrbo1
lynched ln < 11 < 1 by members of his own TACO
Break Occurs on Exchanges in New NewYork NewYork NevYork
York and New Orleans OrleansSLUMP OrleansSLUMP OrleansSLUMP
Announcement of Bureau on Condition Conditionof
of Staple Was More Favorable FavorableThan FavorableThan FavorableThan
Than Tradeers T Expected ExpectedThe
The publication of t the Je October ba baroau bureau baroau
roau report showing the condition conditionof
of cotton Lo o ho 712 por cent against
721 72 1 per cent last month and 750 750por 7 7lJrJr 769per
per cent last year was followed by bya
a sensational I break in tHoc otton mar market market inarket ¬
ket in Now York Tuesday TuesdayPrior TueudayPrior ruesdayPrIor
Prior to the publication of tho re report r rIlort ruport ¬
port expectations of a bearish IJlJul4 h sho show showIn showfng v vJng
Jng In had caused a decline of about
10 to 1C points and Inside of 15 15mlnutoH 15mlnutcm 15minutuu
mlnutoH after the figures wore know knowithe kt10W1tho knowthe
the decllno was Increased to 38 to toH
H points on active months with withcomber nEt nEtcCmtJOr Uecomber
comber soiling at 1015 and January Januaryat
at 1010 This was about ntH > uL a cent and anda un una
a quarter 1JarlOr a pound below the hlga hlgalevel hlg hlgnlevel
level touched early in July JulyA
A lower percentage condition had hadboon hadbuun
boon exported ux Thu Iii toss la condi condition cOfIfIllion condithou ¬
lion In the last two months was 37 37per 37Jor 37por
per Jor cent c nL as compared with an aver average nverago avcrage ¬
age loss of 58 per cent for tho thoname thoflamo thuname
name months during thu lust ton tonyears tenyeulH tonyears
years yearsThe yeulHrho yearsThe
The market became 1O < orno very active acilveand ncdvnnrl activeanti
and excited nnd heavy blocks of long longcotton lon loncotlon lordcotton
cotton wero thrown over overBreak OorBreak overBreak
Break at New Orleans OrleansTho Orleansfho Orleansrho
Tho final cotton crop c condition ra raport Nporl raport
port for the season that for Septotn Septotnbur uptenlliar
bur Jur was received at the cotton ex exchange urchongo exchange ¬
change in Now Orleans from the ag agricultural agrlcultural J JrlJUural ¬
ricultural department Tuesday morn ntornIng morning lIIornIng ¬
ing at 11 oclock It was considered consideredan
an bearish In tendency and cotton cottonHold coltonlIold
Hold off P5 6 points until 12 2 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhon oclockwhen
when tho market soomod quite ulto firm firmand fIrmnud firmand
and had a very strong resisting resistingpower rCHhHlnpowor resistingiawor
power At tho noon call December Decemberhad
had declined 25 points to 1023 Jan January Januor Jannary ¬
nary uor 20 points to 1031 and March
20 points to 1049 Tho market at atthose attho attheso
those tho o figures from being unsteady bo bocame bOocI1mo bitclinic
came quiet quietCensus clulolCenlul quintCensus
Census Report on Cotton CottonTho CottonTho CottonThe
Tho following bulletin on tilt con condltlon conHUon condltlnn
dltlon of the cotton crop was Issued Issuedby
by tho department of agriculture at atWashington ntWnHh atWnshington
Washington WnHh IrIKI on at noon Tuesday TuesdayThe rIWllclnyThu
The crop estimating hoard of tho thobureau thohurouu thehuruau
bureau of statistics for the dojmrt dojmrtment dnJlllrtmUl1l departmeat
meat of agriculture finds from tho thoreports thoroportH thereports
reports of tho correspondents and anduuuntH ul1lGuntH andugunts
uuuntH of the bureau Unit tho aver average 0orI1JO averago ¬
age condition of cotton on September Hfllombor2ri
215 w Wlll4 712 as compared with 721 721on 721on 721on
on August 2fi 1DOG 758 on Soptonv Soptonvber SOIILemIwr
ber 25 10rl 1 051 on HlI1 So September tntnher 10 hor 26 i iHJ03
1003 and a ton year average of UCl UClPAI 661PAL I
Notorious Ciidahy Kidnnpcr Finally rlnoll Coplur Coplurad
ad in ilultc Montana MontanaPat Monlannjnt Montannint
Pat Crowe o wanted by tho Omalia Ontnlnpullro Omaliapollcu OmnlioJlfIllro
pollcu for tho kidnaping of the son sontif t10nor sonOf
tif Millionaire it 0 Packer 1Jdward I II d wortl Cudra Cudraby Cud Cudby Cudit1Iy
by In 1000 I IOO was arrested In Dutto DuttoMont HUltoMont HuttoMont
Mont Tuesday night nightCrowes nightCrowos nightCrowoH
Crowes idenllllentloa IcJpnUtl < Jntlon has boon beennindo boonm boonundo
undo m ndo complete corn 1010 through photographs photographsiftit
iftit to tho authorities by tho Omalw Omalwiifllcorn OmohuUmCnllC Omnllnomeers
iifllcorn Ho cursed urflot Dlttorly nt hla or orront orrRt arrest
rest oxproHsIng chngrln nt his ap aprohcnslon approltonslon op1lruhenflon
rohcnslon > in a town tho size of ofUiitto ofnULlf ofButte
Butte when ho as bo said had trayolud tray travsled trGvoleul
sled tho world ovor and ovadod cap capLure capturo capturn
Lure in all the large cities citiesHEMP cltlosIIEMP citiesHEMP
DC Devnelntlon cvn nlfttion lntion Wrought by Typhoon in Phil Philippincn PhilIprlnlllt Philiprdnas
ippincn Was Widespread WidespreadA Wiclesprend11ltlllln
A Manila special nays Tho eatt eattnntod estlmatt stio stiomntlll
nntod matt + Il lofts In tho ho 1Imll nip growing dla dlarlctH dlsIrlrlH ddatrims
trims from tho recent typhoon Is IsilnOOO
000000 lii gold nlil the ho horn hemp In wore woreIOIISOH wnro11IJIIUlII tenroheusen
11IJIIUlII IOIISOH ready nlIll for shipment IH also nlaotlllal a antal ntntnl
ntal loss The plantations are Impair Impairil I
lHI > il to such an extent that It will tako takoi
fL i your Olr to get gl L thorn In condition ngnin ngnlnltepc I IItoporiH IUlY
UlY ItoporiH > its flow now coming cnmn In from the thesetild tholoulh LboHHILh
loulh Indicate n greater loss of life llfomd lifefund
md property than was first rst uatlrnat uatlrnatid I
std II id J
Prominent South Carolina Man Charged ChargedWith ChargodWith ChergadWith
With Shortage in Account AccountDr AccountsDr
Dr 1 > r Thuinan Pattomon tho tronsa tronsaror
ror of KilKefloia J county South Caro Carolina Co Cnro11na o oIInl ¬
lina was suspended by h the govonior govoniorf
ot f the state Wednesday afternoon ntt rnoon for forulloged forullRot forn1k
n1k ulloged god dofAlcatloa of tho countys countysnonoy counlysmono countysmoney
money mono amounting to 5000 > The Thebooks Thohool
books hool < have boon oxnmlned by an ox oxmrt expart IX IXIon
Ion and tho ho uunpODBlon in I latho tho ronuit ronuitit fOfttllt fOfttlltor
it this examination Dr Patterson IH IHi litnl1fol11hlCllIl isa
prominent a i man In the th stato Bt IllA to C all anti + s sotiiipctnl 8cOllnNlt1i acounocttid
otiiipctnl with ith Homo of the loading loadingof 10aliinsVOJlt loadingpo1ItI
VOJlt IRUH of South BQu b Carolina Carolinal
Massachusetts Republicans Demand DemandReduction DemandReduction DemanReduction
Reduction of Customs Duties on onImports onImports onImports
Imports ImportsWith ImportsYJth
With YJth only one voice rained In op opposition opposition opposltion
position tho republicans of MaflBachu Massachusetts MaflBachuKelts las8acbuHolls
Kelts in Btato convention at Boston BostoiFriday Doston1thJay BostonFriday
Friday declared for a revision of th thtftriff the tbettrllt thetariff <
tariff tftriffContrary ttrlltContrary tariffContrary
Contrary to expectations expe tatlons the radl radlcal radlcuI radbcal
cal wing of the party under the lead leadoruhip leadorahlp leadorship
oruhip of Eugene N FOHH of Boston BoatOEdid BoHLondId Bostonlid
did not offer a Bubfltltuto for the plank plankIn
In the platform relating to the tariff tariffalthough tarlfralthough tariffalthough
although in a speech to tho delegates delegatesMr
Mr KOSB declared that tho revision revisionof rcvl81oot =
of the tariff favored In the state plat platform pialorm plaform ¬
form wan not sufficiently ufUc ont1y wide in its itsscope Its8COIJe Itsscope
scope scopeMr 8COIJefr scopeMr
Mr fr FOBS o8a said however that ho and andhis andhIs andhis
his followers were encouraged < at the thoconcessions theconceHslons theconcessions
concessions made to them and that thatnext thatnoxt thatnext
next year they would expect to have havetho huvotho havethe
tho convention con vOlltJon accept their proposi proposition proll081lion proposiLion ¬
lion in Its entirety entiretyOno
Ono of tho Biir surprises > rl tH cumo when whenGeneral whenG whenGeneral
General G nJJul William F Draper former formerambassador formernmhaHsudor formeramhassudor
ambassador to Italy awl a leading leadingmember luadlnJnmnlOr leadlntimember
member of tho Homo Market Club op oppo oppolled 1 1IJOMUlI
po polled ed In a vigorous speech the adop adoption atloltlon adopthen ¬
then of tho tariff revision plank of oftho ofthe i itho
tho platform General Draper Baiii Baiiibo Ka Kaho saho
ho would not offer any substitute substituteplank sutHltltuleIllnnk substituteplank
plank for the reason that he know knewthere knowthere
there was wn no chance of his or any anyother unyothor anyother
other substitute being accepted acceptedGeieral accoptedGeileral acceptedCelerai
Geieral Draper contended that tar tarIff turIt tariff
Iff It revision would bo followed by lean financial tlna1clul leanclnl ¬
cial and commercial depression anrl anrlspeaking nnJHIHHlldng anlspottking
speaking as a manufacturer he could couldsee cou11HOU couldfloe
see no reason why thoro should Le Loa
a revision revisionIn rovh1 1011 1011In
In his speech Chairman Weeks de declared doclnrell dedared ¬
dared that tho country under the themasterful LhomUHtfJrtll1 themasterful
masterful guidance of PresidentHxlHovelt President PresidentItoosovelt PreHIc1entHOHOVflt
Itoosovelt has < J reached a position of ofpower ofIlowor oflnwer
power and prestige never equaled be before hatoro before ¬
fore and that protection has heen beenand heenonfl heenand
and would continuo to bo ono of tho thomain thomaIn themaltu
main principles of tho republican republicanparty ropubJJcnnpnrty republicanparty
party partyTho pnrtyrho partyIho
Tho following stato ticket was wasnominated Wainomlnntcl wnsnominated
nominated nominatedFor
For Governor GovernorCurtlH Curtis Guild Jr JrFor Jrlor JrFor
For lfe Lieutenant J tOnaflt Governor lovornorEbon Ebon S SDraper SDropor SDraper
Draper Hopedale HopedaleSecretary HOIcrJnloSocrotnry HopedaleSecretary
Secretary of Stato StntcWJJllam William M MOlln MOlin DLOlin
Olin Boston DontonTreasurer DOBtonfronHurOr Bostonrroasuror
Treasurer and Itecolvor General GeneralArthur OonornlArthur ConoralArthur
Arthur B ChapIn Ifolyoko IfolyokoAuditor HolyokeAUllllorlIonry IfolyokoAudltorlfenry
Auditor AUllllorlIonry Henry B F Turner Maiden MaldenAttorney MaidenAttorney 1allenAttornoy
Attorney General OonornlDma Dana Malone MalonoGreenfield MnloncGreenfiold Maloneiroonfiold
Greenfield GreenfieldTAFT iroonfioldTAIL
Cobinot Decision Reached That War De Deportment Dcpnrtment Dopnrtment ¬
pnrtment Shall Retain Authority AuthorityA I
A Washington special says The Themanagement Themanagement rhomnnngomonl
management of tho isthmian canal af affairs atfairs ¬ I Ifulrs
fairs will remain under Secretary SecretaryTaft I ITaft
Taft who will go o to Panama in No November Novernber ¬ I Ivcmhor
vember to Investigate tho situation situationLhero situationthere I ILlloro
there and thoroughly Inform himself himselfof
of tho conditions In tho canal one zoneThu 7Ono1ho oneTho
Tho decision to keep tho control ot ottho ofthe I Itho
tho canal In the war department in intoa Instead n
stead toa l of transferring It to the state statedopnrtmcnt statoJopartnicnt 8lnldOlmrlmcnt
Jopartnicnt was definitely reached reachedhrlday l1riday 1 1Jorhlay
hrlday In A discussion that followed followedho
ho cabinet calli nOt mooting mootingNow mlotlnNow to ettng ettngNow II IILho
Now tint tho work Is I to proceedunder proceed proceedinder IJrOleerJunder
under his direction Secretary Taft Taftwill i iwill iwllJ
will proceed to Panama go over the thesituation I Idtuntlon IHllllotJon
dtuntlon hn n detail and return to toWashington toWnsltington I IWnHhlnJton
Washington about tho time congress congressconvenes congressconvenos congressconvenes
convenes convenost convenesEarly convenesEarly
Early t noxt week tho secretary will willako willtl1ko willtake
take up tho subject of finances and andlocldo nnllcJocJclo anddocido
locldo as to what recommendations recommendationsihould
should bo made to congress respect respectng respectleg
leg ng tho ISBIIO of bonds which have hnvoicon hn haveboon 0 0Joen
boon icon provided for by congress congressSecretary congrcssSocrclnry congressSecretary
Secretary Taft will give every fen fenuro fentaro fentllra
taro uro of the canal administration his hlaaroful hiscareful
careful personal attention attentionCOUNIY attentionCOUNtY attentionCOUNTY
Another South Carolina Official Charged ChargedWith ChorgedWilh ChargedWith
With Shortage in Accounts AccountsUpon AccounlsUpon AccountsUpon
Upon Information furnished by the thoomptrollor thlCOIUILrollor thecomptroller
comptroller general Governor Hoy Hoyvnrd 11 < I Iwlrt Iward
ward wlrt of South Carolina Friday Z1rlc1I1 suapenlol HIM HIMlonded u uJ
londed J J M I Whotsoll treasurer of ofjorobestor ofIurrhester Ie j jJClrlhcllt
jorobestor r county COllnl Whotsoll is short shortu I IIn
In u his accounts to the amount of 2 2G494 I IIGUI
G494 Tho omco will be In tho hands handjf jof I Iof
of f tho county auditor until a successor successorJ
la J namod by tho legislative delegation delegationMONK
4 4llejod
llejod Slayer of Condit Family Recaptured Recapturedand
and la I Protected by Military MilitaryMonk MilitaryMonk MilitaryMonk
Monk Gibson tho negro accused of ofho ortho ofho
tho ho murder of the Condit family at attdna ntlrc1na at1Cdna
tdna Texan has been recaptured and andofoly anllflnrOly andhafoy
ofoly landed in the Edna jail jailLarge JailIono jailInrgo
Large posses have been scouring scouringho courln courlntho
the ho country for a 1 week or more In an anTort aulfrort aneffort
effort Tort to apprehend him Open threats threutuhat threallJIhaL threatsthat
hat ho world ho burned caused Gov Govrnor Govlrnor Govornor
rnor tnbam I to Bond RCnt troops to Exlna fdntWith Exlnalth c1n c1nIth
With lth ordoM orlo to protect tho suapoot suapootrom 8uapoctfront suapoottroth
front rom the fury of the thoppulaco populace Tho ThoroopH Th Thtroops Thotroops
troops troops are stilt quartered Cuort rotl at Edna j jnd I Iand
and nd GlbHon will escape CSC IIO mob von voncanco on onGlnnco I
Glnnco canco
Greene Gr ene and Gaynor Finally Pulled PuIIeAway PulledAway PulledAway
Away From Their Retreat RetreatHURRIED RetreatHURRIED RetreatHURRIED
Uncle Sam Wins Out in Long and Bit Bitter BitterExtadition Bitter
ter Emdition FigbtGaynor Fight Gaynor Says SaysHes SaysHcs SaysHes
Hes Glad to Get Back BackThe BackThe ack ackTho
The last chapter as far as Canada CanadIs CanadaJs
Is s concerneJ in the celebrated Gaynoand Gaynor Gaynorund
and Green case was closed Saturday Saturdawhen Saturdaywhen Saturdaywhen
when the two men left the Bonavcu Bonavonturo Bonavcuture onavell onavellture
ture station of the Grand Trunk rail railway raUJ raUway railway
way at Montreal on a be lJ u am amHudson and alldI andHudson
Hudson train at 840 8 40 a mA m mA 111A
A largo crowd of people was pres presout prescut preacut
cut to Hue uium l HlU oil Jut tau mobt uoia uoiabio uotabtu
bio tuug aoouc UOl4 110 ueparturo u was the thelarge th thlarge thOiargo
large iiuinuur or secret scrvlco won uifiwJio wonWJIO manwho
wJio wore arouud Tiiey were ill illcharge tocharge i icharge
charge of W W S J Flinn head of the tbibocret thobjcrot thebOcrut
bocret uurvicu bureau of New tfW York YorkOn YorkOn YorkUn
On behalf of u tOO e bouimiuu government governiueniSllaB
SllaB H Carpenter chief of the Mon Montreal Moutrcal lul1I ¬
treal detective force who ho kidnaped kidnapedthe
the two nun na n from Quebec and nll In Inspecter InI Inspector
I spector McMahon lc luholl went with w itl1 the party partyas
as far aa Houses Point N Y the theboundary thoIJoundary theboundary
boundary line between Houses Point Pointand lolntnnll Pointand
and Lake Lacolete Quuada QuuadaAt HJatla HJatlaAt
At half past S 1 oclock the prisoners prisonerswent
went to the train trainFirst trainJo11rst trainFirst
First came Greene accompanied by byUnited hyUnlterI byUnited
United States Uotectlve Wblte and In Inspector InHpeclor Inspecter ¬
specter McMahon and next Gaynor Gaynoraccompanied Gaynoraccompanllll Gaynoraccompanied
accompanied by United States Detec Detective Detective Detectlve ¬
tive Boyd and Chief Carpenter CarpenterAround CarpenterAround CarpenterAround
Around these two small groups ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the United States secret service rallied rallieduntil rnl1eduntil rallieduntil
until the parlor car or the train was wasreached wasIcached wasreached
reached The prisoners went Into the thusmoking thosmokIng thesmoking
smoking companncnt cOmlarm nt with Chief Car CarCenter Carontor Cartenter
Center ontor Chief Flynn and Messrs Boyd Boydand Boydantl Boydand
and WJilte WJilteWhen W1IIteWhon 1VhulteWhen
When usked If they had ba anything to tosay tosay tosay
say before leaving Colonel Gayuor re replied reoplied replied ¬
plied that they wero glad to go bade badeat
at lust and that they would have havenothing bavonothing havenothing
nothing but the kindest remembrances remembrancesof
of their treatment In Canada Colonel ColonelGayaors ColouelGaynors ColonelCaynors
Gayaors daughterinlaw daughter < In law was on board boardthu uoartho boardthe
the train when the prisoners arrived arrivedund arrivedtnd I Ittd
I IJust
und Ills son arrived at the station stationJust stationjust
Just before the train left leftLeft leCtLeft leftLeft
Left New York at Midnight MidnightTho
Tho prisoners nrtjvcl nru ve1 In New York Yorkfrom I Ifrom Ifrom
from Montreal at 8 oclock Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight I Inight
night They were taken at once to tho thoPennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Ponns lvnnla depot h JJt Tho party lelt feltfor leltfor leLttor I
for Savannah at midnight midnightGaynor midnightGaynor I
Gaynor was permitted r rmIW by his hisguards Illsguards hisguards
guards to shako hal < o hands with L I Kaf Kaflln ItarIIn KafuIn
lln Kellogfj who defended the prison prisoners ¬
ers before Commissioner Comml loner Shields and andrepresented ondropresontctl andrepresented
represented Captain Carter nt tho thorourtmartial thoCollrtmartJal therourtmartlnl
rourtmartial which resulted in the lat latters latters lattars
ters conviction Gaynor was over overhoard overheard overhoard
hoard to say fla that I he wished they thc had hadfollowed 1m 1mollowed hadfollowed
followed Kelloggs Advice Mr tr Kul KulIORK 101lo Kullogg
IORK lo afterwards explained that he had hadadvised lutdadvised II
advised his clients to stand their theirground theirground theirground
ground and warned them that flight flightmight flightntigitt I
might bo taken ua a an admission ol olguilt ofguilt
guilt guiltTho ru guiltThe lit litIhu I
The party passed through Wash Washington WashIngton WnshIngton ¬
ington Sunday SlIndn They reached that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city early In tho morning In the thocharge thecharge thecharge
charge of secret service agents O tTlts who whoturned whoturned whoturned
turned the two men over to United UnitedStates Unltcl8tl1l8 UnitedStates
States Deputy Marshal George F PWhite FWhite FWhite
White of Savannnh and one of his hisassistants hlRoRRI8tantR hisassistants
assistants who left with them over overtho overthe I Itho
tho Southern railway rl1J1wn for Savannah nt
1015 0 15 n m mMft TnI1ns
Mft I1ns + nchit nchu rtt Ormncr Noma mr Rnrtlntt RnrtlnttGen Rnrtl orUp orUpIln M MGen
Gen Charles W Bartlett of Dos IJoston J3 Doston < Js JstUI1
ton was Saturday nominated by ac acclamation occlamatlon acciamallon ¬
clamation as cnadicratu c for governor governorby
by the democrats of Massachusetts MassachusettsIn 1
In state convention conventionA
A Donation Misdirected MisdirectedIt Mi irrclfd I
It Is s announced on behalf of the theSow thQIW theNow
Sow IW York section of tho social dom domacrntlc d domocratic m moerallc
acrntlc party that tho Jato ltt Mrs E I Ihand D DHand DHand
Hand motherinlaw of Professor Gen GeoX GenI
n I X Herron had h nd bequeathed thed 200000 200000o
to o found a school for socialism socialismNEGRO socialismNEGRO socialismNEGRO
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Wounded May Die DieWild DinWillt DdeWilt
Wild with wl h rage because of thus rldi ridicuba rldiDie
Die of several small m JJ boys in front o oothe oho 01 01tho
ho nijou theater In Memphis tom hlil M Mpn Mpnlay fm fmdny m mlay
lay an n unknown negro n < ro emptied om plied his hisovoiver hl hlrovohoer hisrevolver
revolver Into a mass of people On Onoy One OnehaS Onebof
haS > oy l 1ft dying another Is dangerously dangerouslyrounded dangroJslYonudcd dangerouslywounded
rounded and a negro girl receiver receiverlight recchodRlllthL receivedslight
light Injuries InjuriesSeveral InJurlcScornl injurleaSeveral
Several mall boys greeted tho ne nero nlro cctare
tare ro with eat catcalls ealls and obstructed ob lrultft11 his hisassnge hl hllaU1ll hulal
assnge l The negro tt ro became Jnfurl Jnfurltoil InrnrlntII infurlsited
toil and drawing a revolver fired at
hI his Is nnnnyrs annoy rH He then made a hasty I
night 0 I Iu
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Portrait of Gen Robert E Lee LeeThe LeeTue LeoThu
The fact that too frequently it trait transpires tronsplrns traitspires ¬
spires in American history that no noaccurate noaccurate
I accurate and authentic portrait of her hergreat hergreat
I great men la a faithfully preserved has hascaused hascaused hascaused
caused a number of tho devoted ad admirers adwirers adnilrers ¬
wirers of General Robert E Lee to toInterest toInterest tointerest
Interest themselves to cause a perfect perfectpicture pertectplcturc perfectpicture
picture of the great general to bo bomade bomado bemade
made and to be preserved for all fu future futuTe futore ¬
tore history historyThis historyThis historyThis
This work ork after a lapse of forty fortyyears t fortyyears rty rtyyoars
years Is now under way by tho John JohnA
A Lowell Bank Note company of Bos Boston Boston Boaton ¬
ton who are using for this purpose purposethe purposetho purposethe
the exact photograph made at General Gen Oeneral Genera ¬
eral era Lees residence rf In Richmond a afew afew afew
few days after the surrender which whichpicture whichpicture whichpicture
picture has always been considered consideredby
by tho Lee family fnmll and friends as the thomost Lhomost themost
most perfect perr ct likeness over taken tal < on of oftho oftho ofthe
tho genera 1 at that period periodThe periodThe periodThe
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the highest art of stool litH engraving BO BOthat ROthnt sothat
that It will thus be preserved for fortill fo fotill forall
till future time tlmcCIIIplnG Clipping from tho thoPost thoPo thePost
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regard to your our advertisement adver tisennont in to todays todays todays ¬
days paper under un er tho head of o HelpWanted Help HolpWanted HelpWantud
Wanted WantedMrs WantudMrs WantedMrs
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teal error I want a girl to do all alltho nUtho allthe
tho work not to help helpColu1 Columbus bus Dls Dlspatch Dlspalch Dispatch
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always obliged obJl IJ to keep from the door dooruntil doorunLIl dooruntil
until theres not a thng lot In tho thohouse thohouso thehouse
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mine says a grateful man lnanllefnre manBefore IOnnUlrntl
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worse Infliction In from catarrh n tn rrh of o the thestomach tuestomnch thestomach
stomach than I had for or years yearsI
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lightest food und even that gave Il re me uiegreat meItla megreat
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pnrcll1ood pared foods but found them all except exceptOrapcNuts exceptGfape exceptOrape
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generating gns In the stomach which whichla 1 1in
la turn produced headache and various vnrionaother variousJthcr mrlousother
other pains nnd aches and otherwise otherwiseunavailable otherwiseunnnllnble r runnvnilnble
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llgesteil nnd assimilated and It has re reicwetf rcncwci Toflowed
flowed my health nnd vigor and made mademe mademe
me a 1 well man again The catarrh of ofth ofthe v
he th stomach luau disappeared entirely entirelytvlth futrllywIth entirelywith
wIth nil Its attendant ills III thanks to to3rapCNuts toGrnp toGrnpe
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