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Building. Building. Building. I J MU MU AdTertiatnc AdTertiatnc Managers Managers Managers Managers tor tor all all territory outside outside outside of of Atlanta. Atlanta. ATLANTA ATLANTA ATLANTA ATLANTA ATLANTA GA. GA. June 14. 14. 1898. 1898. 1898. 1898. N The Senatorial Eotation. Eotation. Eotation. Eotation. The movement movement inaugurated inaugurated by the Idemocratlc executive committee committee of of of of Ful- Ful- jiiton county afterwards approved at the l iallot iallot box and and now being pressed by the the iFulton iFulton iFulton iFulton delegation delegation to the senatorial l-scpnventlon. l-scpnventlon. l-scpnventlon. contemplating a revision of If the present rotation system system should meet vlUi vlUi vlUi public approval. approval. present system originated when when if Fulton Fulton county was much much smaller smaller in Ji 9Pulation and commercial importance tlian tlian tlian at present present and has been permitted jto continue continue from from term to term until i Fulton Fulton county has outgrown the con- con- ditlons that that originally prevailed. prevailed. prevailed. prevailed. Fre- Fre- IJl'quenlly IJl'quenlly efforts efforts have been made made by citS citS citS citS citS to readjust readjust these conditions conditions conditions upon a e fair and equitable basis basis and the i-wlsdom. i-wlsdom. i-wlsdom. and justice of of these have been If-- If-- IJITH generally generally generally admitted. admitted. .It .It .It is urged by by the friends friends friends of the can- can- 'jdldale 'jdldale from Cobb county that these ef- ef- Pforts should be deferred until after tCobb's tCobb's tCobb's tCobb's tCobb's tCobb's term Just as the good people of jfXJlayton jfXJlayton urged two years ago that Clay- Clay- vtbn's vtbn's senator ehould ehould score before the reform was was inaugurated. inaugurated. If If the system la'tp la'tp be revised revised the present is the time to accomplish accomplish the reform and the soon- soon- is done the better. better. No No No better in favor favor of of the the the prompt and final 'adjustment 'adjustment of of the the the matter could be ad- ad- yance l than is offered by the pending iituation iituation iituation in the senatorial senatorial convention rherrf the work of of the delegates is ef- ef- ef- ef- ffcctually ffcctually blocked by the deadlock in Clayton and Cobb's Cobb's sis sis sis votes votes are by the six votes of of Fulton Fulton Fulton and a xtomination xtomination xtomination still seems impossible after six hundred fnti-le fnti-le fnti-le fnti-le fnti-le fnti-le ballots. ballots. These deadlocks have become become the order of of the flay flay In the senatorial conventions of the .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth .thlrty-nfth district and will continue gto exist exist as a biennial reflection upon the iarmony iarmony of the party until the conditions that create create create create them are removed. removed. The Constitution Constitution honors the loyalty 1and devotion of the good democrats of "Cobb "Cobb "Cobb and and Clayton counties counties and ap- ap- ijplauds the ability ability and patriotism with whlch whlch their representatives representatives representatives have served iuls iuls district in the senate senate senate senate but we be be be be be Jieye that fairness demands a revision ct the present system. system. \Ve \Ve \Ve have no jsplar to propose and believe that should tli tli convention adopt the ratio of of rota- rota- 'lion 'lion that prevails in the constitution of tho tho tho convention itself that Is of of six. six. and and two delegates from from Fulton and Clayton respectively respectively the dem- dem- flofcrala of lie lie lie entire district regardless ifjbtcounty lines would be satisfied and further further contention rendered impossi- impossi- impossi- impossi- Supreme Court Judges. Judges. Judges. Judges. The voters of this state will- will- will- be given 11 the opportunity on Thursday the 23d Instant Instant Instant .to .to evince their appreciation appreciation of of Iff .the .the wise reform embodied embodied in the new new constitutional constitutional amendm-ent amendm-ent amendm-ent amendm-ent submitting ftne selection of of supreme court judges to.popular to.popular to.popular vote. vote. -On. -On. -On. that date in response to the action f the state democratic executive com- com- com- com- Ijiinittee uniform uniform county county primiriea primiriea wil wil Ipj e held throughout the state for for the purl poee poee of of chosing delegates to the state I -Judiciary -Judiciary convention which 'a 'a to nomi- nomi- nate.candidates nate.candidates for for the supreme supreme bench bench /Every /Every county organizat'on organizat'on organizat'on in the state ehould ehould ehould ehould immediately take steps towarc towarc securing securing at. at. the polls on that date the nmost pronounced pronounced expression expression possible f its interest interest in the choke choke choke choke choke of candi- candi- candi- candi- Iflates. Iflates. .Since .Since the approaching county prima- prima- prima- lci lci are the first first which the state demo demo iTatic iTatic executive executive committee has called the operation of the new co'nsti co'nsti co'nsti amendment it is of of paramoun paramoun every voter in the state irha irha desires to see able able upright upright and "ifearless "ifearless "ifearless men on the supreme bencn bencn bencn Vhonld Vhonld so register himself by going to e polls polls -on -on the date date fixed and" and" and" and" casting ballot for the men best Qualified i opinion to represent the state. state. I vote cast is is snialt snialt it will will argue tha tha voters of the state are indifferent t of of of the highest highest highest highest obligations obligations wh sibly devolve upon'themj upon'themj and il a large rneas rneas rneas constitution constitution o Georgia but npon thelentire'countryi thelentire'countryi which which tejdeeply Ihterest Ihterest d d in the .result. .result. .result. .result. The reason which .influenced' .influenced' the state lemocratic lemocratic lemocratic executive committee in ordering eeparate eeparate primaries for the nom- nom- nom- nation nation of supreme supreme court Judges was that the choice of candidates involved might be lifted put put of the complications complications and embarrassments of polHfcs. polHfcs. polHfcs. polHfcs. If If they they were actuated by excesa excesa of caution in the matter it is now too late to remedy remedy the error. error. Every loyal citizen of Georgia owes it to the welfare of the state to cast his ballot at the time fixed and the nconvenlence nconvenlence of being being called upon a second second time within three weeks to discharge his patriotic patriotic patriotic duty at the polls should weigh upon him lightly at this Ime Ime when the spirit of self-sacrifice self-sacrifice self-sacrifice la la la being so nobly Illustrated by Georgians at at the front. front. There is no great hardship involved in the necessity of going going going to the polls a second time for for the purpose of exercising the sacred right of of suffrage and and even if there were it should be the pride of Georgians .o .o show that they are ready to shoulder any obligation which the welfare of of the state state devolves upon them. them. While the choice choice of men to represent the state in congress and in the the various various statehouse offices offices is of of paramount paramount paramount Importance the choice of men to represent the state ou ou the supreme bench and to settle lmpar lmpar lmpar lally lally and fearlessly the Issues referred o that tribunal Is scarcely less so. so. so. so. Every citizen of Georgia Georgia Georgia is Interested in the supremacy of law and in the integrity of ustice and to make this this declaration is superfluous but but every citizen of of Georgia owes It to himself as well as to the state to declare himself himself himself thus by embrac- embrac- ng the opportunity to cast his vote for the men of his choice. choice. choice. choice. choice. Again we call upon the county organizations to leave no stone unturned in their efforts to secure the most pronounced expression possible on the 23a 23a 23a Instant of of the wishes wishes wishes of their respective counties in in the matter of naming candidates to represent the state upon the su preme bench. bench. The Carolines and the Ladrones. Ladrones. Since Since we have deemed it wise in the exigencies of the present war to seize the Philippines Philippines what is to prevent ua ua from seizing the Carolines and the Ladrones also AVhy AVhy not sweep the field clean while we are In the business of dealing out punishment to Spain and then settle the question later of of keeping them In our possession This effective method of of dealing with the situation would not commit us to the policy of territorial expansion. expansion. If It should should seem best to ua ua we could easily surrender the groups groups back again Into the hands hands hands of Spain but but on the contrary should we find it to our interest to keep them we would be fortunate in having having them at our our disposal. disposal. This is the logic of plain common sense. sense. We do not argue in favor of aggrandliement aggrandliement aggrandliement nor do we we we feel called upon in this connection to defend defend the seizure of the Philippines but since matters have proceeded as they have then why not hoist our flag over Spain's Spain's other colonies Both of the groups mentioned are in line with Hawaii and the Philippines and whtte whtte whtte exercising jurisdiction over one group of Islands In Pacific waters we could easily exercise It over manj manj With With With respect to the Caroline islands islands they are located Just to the east of the Philippines but but instead of being bunched together closely they are drawn out in elongated fashion over considerable su face. face. They are divided into the west west ern. ern. central and eastern subdivisions. subdivisions. The western subdivision contains 346 square miles well wooded and under cultivation the chief products being bread-fruit bread-fruit bread-fruit cocoanuts sugar cane oranges and bananas. bananas. Cattle sheep sheep and swine have been successfully Introduced Introduced and abound In large numbers. In this this subdivision there are barely more than 10.000 10.000 10.000 Inhabitants. Inhabitants. The central central subdivision more commonly known aa the Carolines proper proper embraces embraces between 400 and 500 islands but contains not more than 360" 360" square miles. miles. So far as Its resources are concerned they are similar to those of the western subdivision. In population It numbers about 50,000 50,000 inhabitants inhabitants some of whom are whites. whites. The eastern subdivision is made up of numerous small islands containing 100,000 100,000 Inhabitants. Inhabitants. Over Over three hundred years have elapsea elapsea since the Caroline Islands by virtue of of discovery fell into the hands of Spain. Spain. With With respect to the Ladrone or Mariana Mariana Mariana Islands they He He nortffward nortffward from the Carolines and consist fn fn fn number of twenty islands only five of which are inhabited. inhabited. Densely wooded and fertile they are rich in resources and offer offer many attractions to commerce. commerce. They were discovered by Magellan Magellan In 1521. 1521. At tho tho present time they contain 11,000 11,000 inhabitants. Of Of the Ladrones as well well as or the Carolines Carolines the natlvea natlvea are dark- dark- skinned. skinned. Both groups under favorable conditions are capable capable of being made the sources sources of vast-revenue. vast-revenue. vast-revenue. If they belonged to the United States they wouW wouW soon become centers of wealth refinement and enterprise. enterprise. enterprise. enterprise. While we are seizing seizing and planning to seize the colonies of Spain pending the final solution of the Issues Involved In the present war why not we we we repeal repeal seize the Carolines Carolines and the Ladrones Ladrones Let the Remedy Be Applied. Applied. The war department has refused to allow colored volunteer troops to be Officered by jnen of their race and the fact seems to'be to'be causing causing causing trouble in In diana. diana. Governor Mount has written a letter to the secretary of war declaring emphatically In favor of colored officers officers It Is said said that the two Indiana companies will refuse to enlist If they 'cannot 'cannot have negro captains and the suggestion is made that "the "the whole matter Is Is calculat calculat ed ed to stir up a gqod deal of political feel- feel- Ing Ing against the republican admlnistra admlnistra admlnistra tiorj. tiorj. tiorj. tiorj. Our Our opinion la la that the fewer negro troops there are in the army army the better it will be for all concerned for tie tie army and for the republican party. party. The question of officers officers la la perhaps an .indlf .indlf .indlf .indlf ferent one. one. Those who have been eyewitnesses of the wild and demonlac.con demonlac.con demonlac.con demonlac.con duct of of the negro regulars at Tampa say that these troops have have been incited incited to commit outrages by their own officers officers and these officers are white white piei piei piei Jer tainiy tainiy colored-officers colored-officers colored-officers colored-officers could could not do wors wors than this and they might -do -do much bet bet T Let It be understood tiat tiat our Inform Inform "atibn "atibn in regard can ibe no charge of 'prejudiceor- 'prejudiceor- 'prejudiceor- exag geration. geration. geration. geration. The rconditioalbt "affairs' "affairs' in in Tampa is very bad and it Is Is all due to the lawlessness lawlessness and violence violence of .the .the negro regulara regulara who who "are "are "are encpuraged tby tby tby their officers. officers. officers. We think It would would be a move both wise and wholesome wholesome tot the war department to order these negro" negro" regulars with their Injudicious white officers officers back to the the Indian reservations. reservations. Otherwise the army of invasion and occupation will be saddled with a problem which will seriously handicap Its efficiency Take the case as it stands and consid consid er Its bearings. bearings. If these negro troops incited by their white officers rob murder and assault the citizens of an Amer Amer ican community what is to be expected of them when they land in Cuba and are quartered in or near a Cuban town A majority of the Cubans are white. white. Re Re membering the lessons taught them by their onlcers. onlcers. onlcers. that white people hate them and will Insult them is it not not probable nay is It not certain that hey hey will raid the town break Into the dramshops dramshops transform transform themselves- themselves- into demons and begin to loot the stores and rob murder and assault assault the defenseless nnabltants nnabltants As As these negro Iroops Iroops seem to have een turned loose in droves by their officers It is reasonable to suppose that the horrible orgy which followed was planned and and prepared for. for. We would not de injKtl'oe injKtl'oe injKtl'oe injKtl'oe injKtl'oe to any officer officer officer of of of the art3 fcfflt even even even to the humblest humblest corporal bit bit the conclusion conclusion that these negro roc "were "were "were allowed to leave canip canip In arge numbers in order to carry out a programme suggested If not devised is almost.Irresistible. almost.Irresistible. almost.Irresistible. almost.Irresistible. It may be a wrong conclusion we sincerely trust It Is but when we remember that thes ne ne gro troops w ere permitted to wear .heir .heir .heir side-arms side-arms side-arms side-arms side-arms out of camp. camp. It must be confessed that the conclusion Is based on substantial evidence. evidence. The whole affair is calculated to leave a very bad taste In the mouth. mouth. The atrocities committed would not be .tolerated In an enemy's enemy's country that they should should be committed by troops in a country they call their own and whose flag flag they serve serve gives to the event a significance so so awful that the war department and the government cannot afford o ignore it. it. Prompt measures should be taken to prevent a repetition either In this country or on Cuban soil. soil. The simplest simplest remedy is best. best. Let these ne ne gro troops with their riot-loving riot-loving riot-loving officers be transported transported to the far west where they came from. from. The aid of demons and savages is not necessary to the success of of American arms. arms. The Cause of Ireland. Ireland. Some of our exchanges are calling attention to the fact fact that some of the Irish leaders are opposing the suggested suggested Anglo-American Anglo-American Anglo-American alliance. alliance. It is perfectly natural that they should do so. so. English oppression oppression In Ireland has been for long years a disgrace to the civilization of of the British government. government. The wrongs of Ireland have appealed to every hu hu hu hu mane and liberty-loving liberty-loving liberty-loving mind in this country. country. And yet yet It may be that the talk ot ot an alliance alliance and the movement In favor favor o It will be more effective in procuring justice for the Irish than all discussions of the subject have been. been. There ias ias been been been great improvement in the zovernment zovernment accorded accorded lo lo Ireland nevertheless the American people will never consent consent to an alliance with a nation which subjects a part of Us Us people to the evils of pol t- t- ical oppression. oppression. Thia Thia may prove .n .n .n active facto In hastening the Irish reforms th' th' th' stone had at heart. heart. "The "The Stale Stale Syslem. Syslem. Syslem. Syslem. The The Providence Journal published in a state about as large as Fulton Fulton county Is wrestling with a tremendous problem. problem. "Will "Will the states survive It asks. asks. The queer thing about The Journal's Journal's discussion of tae tae subject at this time la la that it has been suggested by a matter with which Ihe Ihe states in their Individual capacity have" have" have" have" have" nothing whatever to do. do. "Just "Just when we are getting rid of our territorial governments The Journal Journal remarks "the "the "the country finds itself about to occupy and govern for for a time time at least foreign terrilory terrilory lhal lhal cannot be governed as we govern states. states. Our contemporary declares lhal lhal since Ihe Ihe war an era of cenlralizallon cenlralizallon has been Instituted al al Washington. Washington. 'Now 'Now 'Now we see another blow" blow" struck at the state system" by the occupation of of foreign territory. We suggesl suggesl lo lo The Providence Journal lhat lhat Ihere Ihere have been limes limes and and occasions- occasions- occasions- during the past twenty years when Its defense or champIonshl-D champIonshl-D champIonshl-D champIonshl-D champIonshl-D champIonshl-D 01 01 the state system would have been mor mor appropriate appropriate and llmely llmely llmely and perhaps perhaps more more effective. effective. It now pursues pursues a phan phan phan phan tom though it has neglecied neglecied neglecied a hundrea opporlunllles opporlunllles lo lo attack the reality. reality. We do not remember to lave lave seen In The Journal a single protest protest against the centralization which has been been going going on so rapidly to to "Washington. "Washington. "Washington. The reason is thai thai Ihe Ihe Providence editor being a devoted republican gave lond lond and vigor vigor ous ous Indorsement lo lo every movement in the direction of centrallzallon centrallzallon made by his party. party. The excuse for'It for'It was that the states lately in rebellion were occu pied bjra "disaffected "disaffected and disloyal population. IT IT our memory does not not fall fall ua ua the Providence Providence editor even Indorsed Indorsed Cleveland's Cleveland's violalion violalion of Ihe Ihe consltlulion consltlulion in sending troops Inlo Inlo a slate slate when Ihe Ihe governor thereof had made np np request for for them. them. In the very heat and fury of the rage for centralization The The The Constitution warned those those who who who were at the bellows bellows thai thai Ih'e Ih'e Ih'e Ih'e fetters they were forging forging for Ihe Ihe soulhern soulhern stales stales were large enough enough lo lo fll fll all Ihe Ihe stales stales and would If necessity be worn by all. all. II II la la fprtunale fprtunale fprtunale Indeed lhat lhat with the exception of the precedent established by Cleveland which will probaMy probaMy lead to the Impeach Impeach ment and and disgrace of some future future president. Ihe Ihe cenlranzing cenlranzing process has -placed -placed no new powers In. In. the lands lands of tie tie executive. Congress las las been made more powerful perhaps/ perhaps/ tut tut In tleory tleory ana ana In the the absence of tlat tlat craven and cowardly partisanship wnlcb. wnlcb. las las lodged tie tie power of the house In Eae Eae Eae lands lands of one man be Veins tie tool of men craftier craftier thanjilmself ia tleory tleory we say say -con -con -con gress represents tHej'people. tHej'people. So tlat tlat It is possible for tie tie people of tie tie slales slales to protect tlemselv tlemselv in som som in a8ur against tie tie result result of .centralization .centralization .centralization But It Is Impossibly Impossibly is wer. wer. wer. pointed ont lOTB' lOTB' lOTB' at bne bne staie staie or one secUon.tlat secUon.tlat doestnot doestnot lit lit alltie1rest dhen republlcaa republlcaa I I partisanslip' partisanslip' partisanslip' pusllngiilts-plc pusllngiilts-plc pusllngiilts-plc et3 I abead'kndjdoing abead'kndjdoing it hest'toitransfervtle hest'toitransfervtle Ipoweri pt thjo thjo states"to/ilergeneral states"to/ilergeneral states"to/ilergeneral states"to/ilergeneral ovi jLli-'i jLli-'i jLli-'i jLli-'i ii. ii. ortniVi ATnTnlw rifti itift itift pw 'ernment 'ernment 'thV 'thV sbuW sbuW sbuW TememBfire TememBfire /.th /.th cook. cook. e.8ltrilas e.8ltrilas e.8ltrilas fishes turned over over Uia)1 Uia)1 content content irew irew vihemoToit Ihe Ihe Ihe coals coals peared Jn thetheat and smoke of. of. hUojrii hUojrii hUojrii conflagration conflagration c c Owing to to the inherent inherent strength and as it were the versatility of our our Institu Institu tions tions tions tions no greatr damage has. has. has. been done done save the injuries injuries Ihsfe Ihsfe Ihsfe have have 'resulted 'resulted from placing the ballot ballot in the hands ot an" an" Ignorant race. race. race. jinil jinil even even even even this has lad lad compensating features. features. features. In conclusion we venture to ask The Providence Journal Journal Hoif- Hoif- Hoif- Hoif- Hoif- the acquisition acquisition of new territory that of Alaska Jor Jor instance strikes a a a blow at the the state sys- sys- em We put the .Question .Question .Question because we are seeking information on the subject. subject. subject. The Cotton Acreage. Acreage. On account-of account-of account-of the low price which which col col col on has thus far far brought in the market. market. he he farmers ot ot the eouth eouth have have decided this year to reduce the acreage acreage customarily allotted to that staple. staple. Data received from 2.488 2.488 2.488 correspondents scattered about over the cotton belt belt warrant Messrs. Messrs. Messrs. Messrs. Latham Latham Alexander Alexander Alexander Co. Co. of New York in estimatlne estimatlne thai thai thai the acreage acreage of this year's year's crop wilffall short of that that of of last year's year's year's year's crop by by 1,335,000 1,335,000 1,335,000 1,335,000 acres. acres. In the following table this well-known well-known well-known firm' firm' gives In In round numbers the ap proximated acreage of. of. last last year's year's crop ogether ogether with the estimated acreage acreage of of his his year's year's crop Acreage. Acreage. State. State. 1897. 1897. 1897. 1897. Alabama. Alabama. Z.913,000 Z.913,000 Z.913,000 Arkansas. Arkansas. 1,735,000 1,735,000 1,735,000 1,735,000 Florida. Florida. 252.000 252.000 Georgia Georgia 3.604.000 3.604.000 3.604.000 3.604.000 3.604.000 Louisiana. Louisiana. 1.254,000 1.254,000 1.254,000 1.254,000 Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi 1,816,000 1,816,000 North Carolina Carolina t t t 1,260,000 1,260,000 1,260,000 1,260,000 South Carolina. Carolina. 2.114,000 2.114,000 2.114,000 2.114,000 2.114,000 Tennessee 876,000 876,000 876,000 876,000 Texas Texas .6,578.000 .6,578.000 .6,578.000 Various. Various. 669.000 669.000 669.000 Totals Totals i24.0n.000 i24.0n.000 i24.0n.000 22,738,000 22,738,000 While the cotton crop Is likely al ways to be one of of the main dependences of our southern farmers still 11 11 is grati- grati- grati- grati- ylng ylng ylng lo lo nole nole that the disposition on helr helr part to adhere exclusively exclusively to one staple is beginning to show marked signs of relaxation. relaxation. One One of the agricultural Industries In which thia thia section Is Is destined to become largely Interested In In the near future future on account of the peculiar peculiar adaptability of its soil' soil' soil' soil' is the sheep- sheep- raising raising raising Industry. Industry. Why .our .our .our southern tarmers tarmers .have .have .have never before before before opened their eyes to the immense -profits" -profits" -profits" -profits" to be realized from from this industry Is something which completely baffles baffles us. us. In the United States the estimated consumption of raw wool aggregates annually 600000,000 pounds and and yet the entire entire country produces only half of this Qanntity. Qanntity. Qanntity. Qanntity. What richer bonanza could- could- our southern farmers want We merely throw out out these few few suggestions .Incidentally .Incidentally In connection connection with the foregoing table. table. If the. the. agricultural industries industries 41 41 this section keep apace with Its progress i'Q i'Q i'Q other directions Ihere Ihere musl musl be more diversification. South American Trade Relations. Relations. Unless be be bestir ourselves tn tn the mailer of culllvatlng culllvatlng more Intimate Intimate trade re lations with South South American countries we may yet be forced by the shrewd competition which Germany is offering In that quarter to abandon our aspirations altogether. altogether. We cannot cannot cannot accomplish results by remalnhig remalnhig Idle This statemenl statemenl Is jiot jiot made In Ignor Ignor ance of of the fact thai thai a sample warehouse has recently been opened at Caracas Caracas Venezuela for for the purpose of exhibiting our wares In lhat lhat market but this scarcely amounts to a drop In the buck buck buck buck et. et. We must establish sample warehouses at other other points and endeavor through other other agencies to bring about the end end which we seek to to to accomplish accomplish Germany sets us a noble example in this respect respect She Sa Sa investing large sums of money in South American countries Ihercby Ihercby showing Ihe Ihe sincerity of of her desire to cultivate cultivate more Intimate trade re lations lations with them and this is exactly what we should do. do. Within the. the. las few years she has invested In Brazil and Venezuela alone not less than $25,000000. Such bel-ng bel-ng bel-ng bel-ng bel-ng bel-ng the case 11 11 Is nol nol surprising. In spite of the superiority of our products tnat tnat we we have have not made much headway In securing the trade of South American countries. countries. If we exhibited the same enterprise enterprise in seeking to cultivate more more more intimate trade relations relations with South American countries which Germany exhibits we would undoubtedly meel meel wltb. wltb. wltb. success. success. We cannot begin to bestir ourselves In this matter too soon. soon. Th Th squelched war correspondent correspondent have been able to resume resume business. business. Bu Bu they will soon be bottled np np np again. again. Instead of of flgitlng flgitlng among 'themselves 'themselves 'themselves Ihe Ihe Phillpplnas Phillpplnas and Ihe Ihe anti-Philippines would do well lo lo go go lo lo Ihe Ihe front The Spaniards Spaniards In Cuba evidenlly evidenlly understand that they are in the last ditch ditch It It has been discovered thai thai Ihere Ihere cannot be war without bloodshed. bloodshed. If Aguinaldo has et up a governmenl governmenl of his own own tie tie administration will lave lave to think three times before before refusing to recognize It. It. Ttere Ttere Is said 16 16 'bet 'bet 'bet 'bet 'bet a disposition on the part of tie tie authorities lo lo act aa aa llougl llougl Cuba- Cuba- lad lad no Gomez. Gomez. Tils Tils will be be found to be very difficult A tBemarkaple tBemarkaple "Victory. "Victory. "Victory. From The The Wewnan.-Ga. Wewnan.-Ga. Wewnan.-Ga. Herald Herald and Advertiser. The primary election held on Monday last last last for for for for for governor and and sUtehouse sUtehouse officer officer resulted In the nomination of Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon. Allen Allen D. D. Candler for governor by an overwhelm overwhelm ing ing majority. majority. Considering tha strength of the opposition arrayed arrayed against him him hi hi victory -waj -waj a remarkable remarkable one. one. one. one. It would would be Idle at this tlnreto tlnreto tlnreto morale morale upon the result. result. or.to or.to or.to or.to or.to attempt an an an explanation Of the causes that that contributed to hi success. success. It Is sufficient for all good democrat democrat to know that Colonel Candler has been chosen to head head the Ute Ute ticket and he he wtQ wtQ haye haye the hearty and jingrndglng jingrndglng support support of hi party. party. No -county' -county' -county' -county' win win win co-operate co-operate co-operate more cheerfully or unltfedly unltfedly In fnrtherlnr fnrtherlnr the sue- sue- ces ces of the ticket .headed .headed tyColonel Canner. than -will -will CoweU- CoweU- CoweU- and the uual uual demo demo cratJe cratJe majority majority will he rolled np In Octpber.f Octpber.f in I' I' Once Once In a TTlile TTlile the People People Speak. Speak. Jrom Jrom The 'At 'At ths'Oeorgla ths'Oeorgla prfmarjrjth otherjday JUlen IX/Candler IX/Candler IX/Candler warn warn 'jnamfed 'jnamfed 'jnamfed "tor "tor "tor soyerno soyerno by a tremendous tremendous majority majority ilost t/th t/th t/th politician politician and U the toBuenceB' toBuenceB' toBuenceB' toBuenceB' toBuenceB' wftr wftr twice the votes cut cut tor iboth iboth hja hja opponents. opponents. opponents. opponents. Once IK IK a. a. i hU th people AT TOiaed TOiaed an take .the .the trouble .to .to .to .to express themselve5 themselve5 themselve5 JUST-.FROM JUST-.FROM JUST-.FROM GEORGIA A A Clear Home Title. Title. Title. Title. Cotton' Cotton' Cotton' Cotton' needln needln needln choppin' choppin' corn I needln needln needln needln Mule Mule is needln1 needln1 needln1 casein' casein' casein' casein' .plain .plain Wouldn't Wouldn't Wouldn't Wouldn't be the proper thing fer fer me ter go go an fight fight \Vten \Vten \Vten \Vten things is waltln waltln waltln on on ma.fer ma.fer to to set set set em nmnln nmnln nmnln right right River's River's River's needia' needia' needia' needia' nsbln' nsbln' nsbln' nsbln' an' an' the ball ball b glttla' glttla' glttla' glttla' slack Got Got to ship ship the melons melons fer the train U on the track. track. Wouldn't Wouldn't be the proper thing fer fer me to CO CO on fight When ever'thing ever'thing ever'thing ever'thing calls on me me fer fer fer fer to set It It runnln runnln runnln right Tin Tin Tin Tin Jeet Jeet so necessary to the- the- country roond- roond- roond- roond- about That That ef ef I J'Ined J'Ined J'Ined J'Ined the army lt lt would rse rse an ball ball me out f Jest the gtn'rul gtn'rul gtn'rul gtn'rul verdlck verdlck verdlck they must must spare rne rne from from the fight. fight. Fer Fer things la la waltm1 waltm1 waltm1 on me fer fer fer to eet eet eet 'eia 'eia 'eia 'eia rtjnnin' rtjnnin' rtjnnin' rtjnnin' right There Is another negro' negro' poet who also halls halls from Ohio who according to The Cleveland Flalndealer Flalndealer Js Js to be reclamed reclamed with.in with.in the the distribution distribution of laurel. laurel. laurel. Tha Tha allowing allowing is a specimen.ot specimen.ot specimen.ot specimen.ot specimen.ot his his verse When When de de sun Is shlntn' shlntn' shlntn' shlntn' brightly brightly Jes' Jes' er- er- bout de de time of noon noon An' An' de de nie nie ar lazy lazy buzzln. buzzln. buzzln. buzzln. 'W.d 'W.d 'W.d a a aweet aweet an lubly lubly chune 'se 'se 'se 'se 'se a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' a-slttin' dar a-noddln' a-noddln' a-noddln' a-noddln' like a a scholar wld wld his book- book- v While de de fishes 1 a-bltln' a-bltln' a-bltln' a-bltln' a-bltln' all de de halt halt off of of of of my hook. hook. hook. hook. You You may may say dat dat I am laiy laiy laiy laiy 'cause 'cause I ain't ain't no 'rtstocr&t. 'rtstocr&t. 'rtstocr&t. 'rtstocr&t. But I gwine to ha some pledjur..do' pledjur..do' In spite ub all er dat. dat. WhlcJh WhlcJh Is all all well enough In Its way but but which Is not. not. and never was negro dialect That Is the pity of It. It. A North Carolina man who swallowed swallowed a teaspoonftil teaspoonftil of oxide of mercury is re ported in a a local exchange aa aa "doing "doing as as well aa aa could be expected but will probably e confined to his his room a few days. days. According to a Florida exchange exchange this Is the new state toast Florida First In war first In peas and first to to the hearts of of the. the. commission men. men. Tbe Tbe 'Waynesboro 'Waynesboro 'Waynesboro Courier Informs us us that 'Our 'Our 'Our Jolly Jolly postmaster at Clyde writes to eay eay eay eay that his distinguished neighbor. neighbor. Hon. Hon. Hon. J. J. J. J. L. L. Justice Is the father of three fine boys who arrived on May Slat. Slat. Slat. That community certainly has no no cause cause to complain complain of a lack ot ot Justice. Justice. LIT LIT LIT ttialer ttialer Melon. Melon. Melon. Melon. LIT LIT LIT Mister Melon Melon growin' growin' in de patch patch I wish you please suh suh tell me ef de de Moon 11 strike strike a a match Kaze Kaze Kaze I comin' comin' comin' comin' fer ter see you Oh I corn- corn- corn- corn- in in ter de de scratch En tie up up de ya'd ya'd dog twell twell de de mawnln't mawnln't mawnln't mawnln't LIT LIT LIT Mister Melon htdln htdln htdln In de de patch I wish you please sun sun tell me ef de de Moon 11 strike a match Kaze Kaze I comln' comln' comln' comln' fer fer a visit visit en en my han han han Is on de latch En tie up de de ya'd ya'd dog twell twell de de mawnln mawnln mawnln Blanco eaya eaya the artillery of heaven will assist the Spaniards. Spaniards. Spaniards. But like the rest of their assertions that's that's all In the air. air. A Tampa exchange says General Mile Mile Mile now walks around town "In "In "In a a business suit" suit" "We "We are glad to Jiear.that'ihe Jiear.that'ihe Jiear.that'ihe Jiear.that'ihe Jiear.that'ihe Jiear.that'ihe general Is getthig getthig down to buftnesa buftnesa at last. last. The war faaa faaa Interfered so with the work of the spacemen spacemen on the big Journal Journal that It le better to be a hack driver than a a hack writer. writer. A Cervereaii Cervereaii Parody. Parody. Oft in the stilly stilly stilly night. night. Since HobaonV HobaonV HobaonV chain hath hath bound me. me. Sad mem'ry mem'ry brings the fright Of Sampson's Sampson's Sampson's Sampson's fleet around me. me. me. me. When I remember all The schemes so linked together. together. That lured me to this harbor small. small. To 'scape 'scape 'scape 'scape the Sampson weather weather I feel like one who's who's who's who's left alone In Eome Eome dim lan deserted Whose hopes are drunk whose chips chips ar Sank Sank 'And 'And 'And all but him departed If all accounts of Its financial condition are correct they should leave leave out one letter In the fourth fourth word and call It "The "The Bank of of Tain. Tain. Tain. Tain. The rainy season is on In Cuba but the step step of the colonel la la as elastic as ever a he is wei supplied with rubbers. rubbers. Jewish Sentiment flings ttiU ttiU couplet Into the campaign "We've "We've buried ring rule deep under tbe tbe sod Welcome to Candler and glory to God After the Spanish Spanish troopa troopa had had mutilatec mutilatec fdur fdur deed deed soldiers Blanco cabled home "The "The "The "The enemy wa wa wa cut to piece If If our troops In Cuba will follow the thermometer they'll they'll certainly get In the shade r The taking of a Spanish position by the marines of the Oregon Oregon Oregon was a a clear clear case o salt and battery' battery' Cervera la la bottled. bottled. bottled. th channel is "full. "full. "full. and Sampson's Sampson's Sampson's Sampson's latest verdict la la three three day day and costs. costs. F. F. L. L. 8 8 Budding geniua geniua In Portland. Portland. Ore.- Ore.- Ore.- Ore.- ha devized devized a utilitarian utilitarian utilitarian plan to make the new aluminum musical Instrument Instrument convertlW convertlW into into kitchen utensils. utensils. By making the keys and and strings strings strings strings detachable detachable detachable detachable he he proposes to us the mandolin for a stewpan. stewpan. the guitt guitt for a ham ham broiler or'fish or'fish frier frier and to to coo flapjacks flapjacks on the banjo. banjo. Careless or impolite editor.are editor.are not tol tol crated in China. China. The Peking Gazette Gazette Gazette an nounces nounces that an an an editor of that citjrtl citjrtl wh In referring to certain dead Chinese' Chinese' rulers had omitted to Ive their full titles ha just had had hi punishment commuted from from being slowly-sliced slowly-sliced slowly-sliced to piece piece to to simple de capitation. capitation. capitation. .One .One of of the scenes In the new autumn autumn melodrama at Drury LVv theater. theater. London is Baultefa Baultefa Baultefa Lock Lock on h Thames Thames of t Sunday afternoon. afternoon. The" The" hydraulic lifts pu Into the the the theater J y 6ir 6ir Augustus HarrU HarrU are utilized utilized utilized funnels funnels of. of. steam launches tops tops tops of punt poles. poles. poles. etc. etc. ars ars seen at first first then as the lock fills fills fills all all the craft craft gradually rise. rise. .f .f .f Wiuhlngton Wiuhlngton city na i.temperanc i.temperanc i.temperanc bar bar room for for blcyela blcyela womerv womerv It i on Pennsy Pennsy Pennsy vanla vanla avenue three block block from the cap- cap- ttoU ttoU ttoU end is fitted fitted exactly exactly exactly "a "a ta.'bar ta.'bar except that that that the drink drink served are non-aleohollc. non-aleohollc. non-aleohollc. non-aleohollc. non-aleohollc. Seventeen Seventeen kind kind kind of mixed mixed temperance bev bev bev eraces eraces are to be had had tor tor tha tha thlratr thlratr bicycle bicycle nsJd nsJd after he had bad long- long- long- spin. spin. spin. je f Cmwingj Political Furrow Furrow Furrow From From The The Baltimore. Baltimore. Mi Mi Mi Herald Herald Herald The r Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Oae-Eyed Plowboy 'oT 'oT Pigeon 'Eoost'-na 'Eoost'-na 'Eoost'-na 'Eoost'-na 'Eoost'-na 'Eoost'-na carried the'OcorrsU the'OcorrsU the'OcorrsU the'OcorrsU white deta deta deta ocfallc ocfallc primaries' primaries' tot tot trovirnor trovirnor "Whea "Whea come come come Iff arawfiuf arawfiuf political 'Jurrowi 'Jurrowi 'Jurrowi 'Jurrowi he' he' vfa iUy not at l tocoavpnUnced tocoavpnUnced br br Us HOW HOW HOW HOW MARTIAL LAW WORKED IN ATLANTA. ATLANTA. ATLANTA. ATLANTA. ATLANTA. The The The .dyfl .dyfl .dyfl .dyfl .dyfl war war had had had had been In In progress progress progress for more than a. a. year year fcefore fcefore Atlanta Atlanta wa wa made maitary maitary maitary post. post. Thia Thia wa dona Jn June lS6t and Major A. A. A. Bjrden wia wia mad mad the the commanding- commanding- officer In In August martial martial law was declared by eneral Bragr. Bragr. Bragr. anfljamon the provpst provpst mar- mar- mar- hata. hata. hata. hata. at differeat differeat times were G J Fore- Fore- Fore- Fore- era and O. O. "Vv" "Vv" "Vv" "Vv" Lee. Lee. Lee. Lee. two gallant confeder- confeder- te officer officer who died/year died/year died/year died/year ago. ago. When Crag Crag declared declared martial martial law the on. on. James M. M. Calhoun was mayor ot ot the ty. ty. The The eenerjU eenerjU appointed appointed him him civil gov- gov- rnor Of Atlanta Atlanta with with ten alas alas the idea being th promotion promotion ot ot harmony between the civil and the military military military authorities. authorities. Until that time the writ writ of habeas corpus corpus nad nad remained remained In full force force but-the but-the but-the arrest of Professor A. A. K. K. K. K. Wilson Wilson caused the the the writ to De De suspended. suspended. suspended. suspended. Wfl m was one of of ftemost popular popular choolteacher choolteacher in the city and onanybf our aer reldent reldent were- were- were- among his pupils. pupils. pupils. He was highly esteemed as an upright tlzen and.a and.a clever gentleman but he had that misfortune to be a unionist unionist In princlpla princlpla nd In .sympathy. .sympathy. .sympathy. fa fa those- those- exciting times times a man who was was was ot for the confederacy confederacy twis supposed supposed to be against against It and and If If he he expressed expressed union sen- sen- sen- sen- uments.hls uments.hls uments.hls neighbor neighbor made It hot for for him. him. So the teacher wa wa arrested for for disloyalty nd locked up. up. "What "What are you going to do do about itr sked sked an officer. officer. "Send "Send for my lawyer. lawyer. replied Wilson and and get out on. on. a writ of habeas corpus. corpus. corpus. corpus. The The officer-rushed officer-rushed officer-rushed officer-rushed Off. Off. Off. and and wfien Wilson's Wilson's awyer awyer Malted Malted the provost provost marshal' marshal' marshal' marshal' office o inquire into the matter he he he was delayed mil mil a telegram was received from from Richmond announcing the suspension of -the -the writ of habeas habeas corpus in Atlanta and for for ve miles miles around around around the town. town. It la la too Jong Jong a story story to tell tell here but Vilson Vilson was released released In a short short time and le embraced the first opportunity to to to move with his family Inside of the federal lines. lines. A provost guard was organized and sometimes there were eentlnela eentlnela on every- every- street rner demanding- demanding- a pass pass from every every able- able- wdled wdled male citizen. citizen. Boys .who .who were rather all all all for their age had a hard hard time. time. The pro- pro- ost marshal refused to give them passes eaylng eaylng that they were too young fcut fcut the guards were nol nol always' always' always' always' satisfied with with this xplanatlon xplanatlon and arrested the youngsters. youngsters. 'The 'The 'The sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old boys In this town re the biggest to be found anywhere anywhere anywhere anywhere was a common remark among the soldiers soldiers The rules were were were were very strict. strict. Liquor -was -was not allowed to be sold tout tout It It was to be had n the sly. sly. sly. sly. No house was allowed to lodge a visitor rom another town unless h bad bad bad bad a pass which had to be sent sent sent to the provost marshal. Once here the" the" visitor would not leave without a pass. pass. Every house owner had to make a report at 8 o'clock o'clock 'at 'at night of his visitors visitors or eend eend in their passes. passes. The. The. pass system system was very troublesome troublesome i'teo.uenUy i'teo.uenUy i'teo.uenUy young men were arrested .t .t the heater heater because they had forgotten their papers. papers. If If they had had ladles with them they were allowed to escort them them home home but a guard walked with them. them. them. Altogether there were eleven hospitals lere. lere. From From first to last 75,000 75,000 sick and and woundrd woundrd confederates confederates were cared for for within our gates. gates. gates. gates. Immense quantities quantities of medlqlnes medlqlnes were were were stored here but It was impossible to procure a sufficient sufficient supply of some drugs drugs euch euch euch as quinine for instance and blockade run ners were offered great Inducements to to bring them through the lines. lines. lines. lines. At that time the city had no waterworks waterworks no paved streets no good system system of of sewers sewers and no- no- no- scientific sanitary regulations. regulations. regulations. regulations. Sick soldiers were sent here from every quarter with all kinds kinds of of diseases. diseases. Th Th eleven hospital hospital were packed with sufferers and and the mortality among- among- them them would have have been frightful. frightful. If If If it had n6t n6t been for the unselfish and unstinted unstinted unstinted ef forts of the .ladies. .ladies. Who did everything -that -that was possible to improve their/condition. their/condition. their/condition. their/condition. their/condition. Out of these hospitals dieeake dieeake and death marched forth to ravage th communlty. communlty. communlty. communlty. Smallpox Smallpox became became a frequent T tflr and malignant fevers entered many homes homes But Yellow Jack then as now.wa now.wa now.wa now.wa tmahj tmahj to gain a foothold In the Gate City Yellow fever fever patients were brought brought here but the the disease did not epread. epread. epread. epread. Mayor Calhoun did not fancy the the position of of civil governor and Vice Preslden Preslden Stephens declared tnat tnat he had had no.authority no.authority to act under under Brags' Brags' Brags' Brags' appointment. appointment. The Intelligencer Intelligencer opposed this view and and said that the city city needed a civil governor. governor. Calhoun remained In office office as mayo mayo during the -war -war and formally surrendered the city to Sherman. Sherman. Sherman. Sherman. After After the federals came In there was another another another dose of of martial law. law. The The Wj Wj generals quartered themselves themselves In the best houses houses and the citizens were made to feel that they had had no rights. rights. Sherman ordered the residents to leave and and transported thousands of of them with some of of their household goods to Hood' Hood' Hood' Hood' headquarters at Rough and Ready. Ready. Many went north north north and about fifty familial familial remained during the the federal occupation occupation o the the the city. city. Tnls Tnls was early In In September. September. On the the 15tl 15tl of November Sherman destroyed the town and started on his march march to the the sea. sea. In and Immediately around Atlanta 4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500 houses houses houses were were laid In ashes. ashes. ashes. ashes. A few churches the courthouse a medical college an ol hotel on Alabama street and about 0 houses were'epared. were'epared. Between that that that time and the inoccupation inoccupation of the the "city "city by the the federals there was was trouble. trouble. The The The civil authorities authorities could da nUUlng nUUlng and il e e soldiers under Colonel 4.\tlh 4.\tlh 4.\tlh 4.\tlh i J Glenn the confederate confederate comman-liag comman-liag comman-liag comman-liag officer officer officer coul-1 coul-1 coul-1 coul-1 coul-1 coul-1 not maintain order. order. -4fc -4fc Stragglers Stragglers from the the army helped them- them- eelves eelves eelves eelves to mules and government stores claiming that that they they had had as much rtgnt rtgnt to them as anybody else. else. Early in May May 1865. 1865. 1865. Colonel B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. Eggles- Eggles- ton. ton. of the First Ohio cavalry took posses sion of the place and the citizens citizens wer wer glad to see him. him. him. Even Even the- the- rule o th enemy was was belter belter than than than the the anarchy Into whlch'the whlch'the whlch'the ruined city was. was. drifting. drifting. Eggleston Eggleston at once stopped the sale o llqupr. llqupr. llqupr. Then Then as as he found that that the idl idl negro tramps were firing firing firing trouble. trouble. trouble. he he he or or aered aered the arrest of every black who could not show pass. pass. Still there was no civil law.When law.When cWien cWien cWien was was oppressed or wrouged wrouged by .an .an of his neighbors he hadjto lay MS MS cas cas before the military-'authorities. military-'authorities. military-'authorities. military-'authorities. Jn Jn June occurred thTfirst public meetln held after the the surrender. surrender. surrender. surrender. Mayor Calhou Calhou presldsd. presldsd. presldsd. and made a a pie pie for the revival of puWlc puWlc spirit good feeling and confi confi dence eaylng that that he had never never favored th destruction destruction destruction of the old union. union. union. A committee was appointed composed o John M. M. M. M. Clarke. Clarke. Jared Jared L Whltaker. Whltaker. Whltaker. Whltaker. A Austell. Austell. 3 3 L. L. L. L. Dnnwoody Dnnwoody and and George W Adalr. Adalr. Adalr. Adalr. Adalr. Resolutions were reported an adopted congratulating congratulating the people npon npon th return'of return'of peace advocating the peed restoration restoration of of of oM oM relations relations s unelir obedience to the laws laws condemning th assasslnaftlorrof assasslnaftlorrof Lincoln expressing expressing confi confi confi dence dence in President Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's admlnlrtra admlnlrtra admlnlrtra admlnlrtra tlon. tlon. and Indorsing ProvtaloHal ProvtaloHal Gov rno James Johnoiuu Johnoiuu Johnoiuu Bat Bat martial martial martial law did not end irtta irtta th Atlanta -wax -wax -wax the headquarters headquarters of a mm mm mm mm tary tary tary -district -district fan fan fan several year year after th close of hostilities hostilities and ebe ebe had such cenf cenf cenf tnander tnander as'Generals as'Generals as'Generals as'Generals PoDe PoDe PoDe Meade Meade 'and 'and Terry. Terry. For For yean yean federal soldiers soldiers many of them negroes fined fined our streets and even afte afte the re-estaanishment re-estaanishment re-estaanishment re-estaanishment re-estaanishment of clvH clvH authority th court court were hampered by by the frequent In terference of the military. military. military. 'And 'And yet yet yet our experience with martial la 'will 'will 'will 'will In future be be regarded regarded regarded a a' a' mere Mi when when when .compared .compared .compared 'with 'with the narsh narsh narsh method method wflJ wflJ 1 accessary accessary -Wea-o -Wea-o -Wea-o r r ensi ensi i ndertake ndertake 'the 'the difficult task of reitortne rder rder In Cuba Cuba Porto Rico and perhaps' perhaps' la la he he Philipplijea. Philipplijea. Philipplijea. Philipplijea. The wconsjructlorVrbf.'those wconsjructlorVrbf.'those countries countries countries un- un- un- un- er American Saycmets will will will be a a -very -very un- un- un- un- ileasant chapter la la la our history history It will will will will Va long- long- time'after time'after the'end the'end of-Out of-Out of-Out "war "war with Spain Spain before It.frtU It.frtU It.frtU be cafe cafe to dlsTjand dlsTjand ur armies. armies. armies. WALLACE P P RSEP.- RSEP.- RSEP.- RSEP.- RSEP.- RSEP.- How How It Is Viewed Atro&d. Atro&d. Atro&d. Atro&d. rom The Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Xla Xla Xla Xla Age-Heral4i Age-Heral4i Age-Heral4i Age-Heral4i Age-Heral4i Age-Heral4i The The figures of the GeoTgiapriinarle ar astonishing and gratifying. gratifying. gratifying. The ylie- ylie- ylie- ylie- wake wake state has taken a step in political regress regress that will rtatoly rtatoly be demanded n other southern southern tate a a step that has i ong been sadly needed In all' all' states that ractllLlly have but one white man's man's party. party. The rule rule of tha.courthouse tha.courthouse tha.courthouse cliques cliques U U U near- near- near- near- near- y y ended. ended. ended. A study of the Georgia flgurea flgurea hows hows at a a glance their their doom. doom. doom. doom. In our Bister Bister tate tate there there were were three aspirant aspirant fOf fOf fOf gOver- gOver- or two for secretary secretary secretary secretary of state two for com. com. com. com. mlssloner mlssloner of agriculture agriculture and three for pria- pria- pria- pria- n commissioner. commissioner. commissioner. commissioner. Heretofore such contest contest contest lave been decided decided none too.satisfactorily too.satisfactorily too.satisfactorily too.satisfactorily iy tha courthouse courthouse "fliers. "fliers. "fliers. "fliers. averaging about wenty cchemlag Individuals Individuals to the county. county. The The figures of last Monday Monday Monday Monday primaries are not complete.- complete.- complete.- but a table table table IQ IQ The Constitution shows for for example tha"t tha"t tha"t Cl.SU Cl.SU Cl.SU Cl.SU dtp en voted for Colonel Candler Candler JS.J33 JS.J33 JS.J33 JS.J33 JS.J33 for Mr. Mr. Mr. .Berner .Berner .Berner and i3.SU. i3.SU. i3.SU. i3.SU. i3.SU. i3.SU. i3.SU. for Judge Atkinson Atkinson a total total of of H H 5i 5i When When the fuUflgures ara ara ecelved ecelved It will doubtless doubtless appear appear that that that fully fully 00.000 00.000 00.000 00.000 00.000 citizens came out and and expressed their their hoice hoice for candidates. candidates. candidates. candidates. Compare.tha Compare.tha Compare.tha Compare.tha mas- mas- mas- mas- nificeht nificeht expression with the the customary clique.nominations clique.nominations clique.nominations clique.nominations of of of tbi tbi pastl. pastl. pastl. and you have the cause of of some at least of the olts olts olts olts and factions and dissensions dissensions and troubles of the eouth in-recent in-recent in-recent in-recent in-recent times. times. The re- re- ult ult In Georgia Georgia Georgia Is eminently eminently eminently eminently Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory and is accepted throughout the state and no. no. ticket ticket ticket can can be put up by the the populists populists populists or republican's republican's republican's that cam cam successfully successfully successfully stand" stand" stand" stand" against it. it. The people people have come to their their own at last.It last.It last.It last.It Is a case in-Georgia in-Georgia in-Georgia of a Icket Icket made made by 100,000 100,000 100,000 honest Citizens against against against a a ticket ticket licke'd-Into licke'd-Into licke'd-Into licke'd-Into shape by deals' deals' and secret combinations combinations among about 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 politicians politicians under the discarded amd amd thoroughly worn-out worn-out worn-out worn-out worn-out worn-out worn-out convention convention convention system Jtv.i Jtv.i Jtv.i Jtv.i plain plain that Georgia Georgia wants wants wants no more of th old ratezn. ratezn. The Georgia state executive commlttt commlttt retains a a semblance semblance of of the electoral college planned planned by the the worthy worthy worthy but mistaken mistaken fath fath ers ers ers of the. the. constitution. constitution. constitution. constitution. constitution. constitution. constitution. The The The The The The county-execu-7 county-execu-7 county-execu-7 county-execu-7 tlye tlye tlye committees committees are required to appoint appoint delegates .in. .in. sympathy with the vota vota of their their res ectlve counties. counties. counties. counties. counties. counties. counties. 'These 'These delegates meet meet to formally formally ratify ratify ratify the choice choice of the people and to to frame frame a. a. platform. platform. Jtfeither- Jtfeither- Jtfeither- Job Is at all all necessary necessary arid.will arid.will not probably be repeated repeated thereafter. thereafter. thereafter. The tateiex- tateiex- ecuUve ecuUve "committee "committee "committee could Just Just as 'well 'well tabulate and announce the vote vote Asa matter of fact fact fact fact the papers of the'state the'state the'state print the ticket selected selected last .Monday .Monday in .that .that .that .that .that classic classic classic place place to. to. to. to. their columns- columns- known as the masthead and that settles settles Jt Jt Jt Jt althouah althouah althouah althouah althouah the convention does does not meet until the lost lost week of the present present month. month. Bo'faf Bo'faf as as a platform platform platform Is concerned concerned none none none Is needed. needed. needed. needed. Acts Acts are better better than Words. Words. Words. Platform promises promises are rarely rarely kept. kept. iet iet iet jrfcar- jrfcar- jrfcar- jrfcar- ty stamd stamd or fall fall as It does In .England.of .England.of In any other countTy countTy that has party government .by .by .by the aits" aits" aits" and .records .records oMtijoffl- oMtijoffl- oMtijoffl- oMtijoffl- dais dais dais dais and eepeclally eepeclally eepeclally eepeclally of Its Its members members of tb legislature legislature legislature legislature If If If heed heed Toe Toe the democraflo members members "of "of .the- .the- .the- .the- legislature fconld put bnt' bnt' a. a. a. platform. platform. platform. platform. platform. platform. This This would be'a be'a return to the early early practlcai practlcai of the the country to'the to'the me th odd odd odd of the pre-conventlon pre-conventlon pre-conventlon pre-conventlon pre-conventlon and and and purer day day of of of the repubHe. repubHe. repubHe. repubHe. repubHe. repubHe. Sweptesif byCli&ff. byCli&ff. byCli&ff. byCli&ff. From From The -Lumpkln -Lumpkln -Lumpkln -Lumpkln -Lumpkln Ga Independent. Independent. A A ground swell or a landslide landslide landslide a a cyclon cyclon or what you you please please to call call Ityeiir-ttac4 Ityeiir-ttac4 Ityeiir-ttac4 Ityeiir-ttac4 Ityeiir-ttac4 Allen D. D. Candler Candler Candler Candler got got there there all all all th ame ame He swept swept swept the field a If If there was only only light chaff in in his his way. way. Nothln Nothln like itJa itJa itJa itJa itJa many years. years. years. years. Supretaely Supretaely Happy Happy Happy i i From The Dariery Dariery Dariery Dariery Dariery Ga.j Ga.j Ga.j Ga.j Gazette The Gazette is supremely supremely .Iiappy .Iiappy .Iiappy .Iiappy over over over the the ylctory oa oa oa Monday. Monday. Monday. Monday. Monday. And And It ha nothing" nothing" nothing" In the world world to say against. against. the good good good good men who were were defeated. defeated. defeated. defeated. defeated. iv. iv. All All for.Uncle for.Uncle for.Uncle Allen.ifowy Allen.ifowy From From Tne Tne Tne Newnan. Newnan. Newnan. Ga. Ga. Herald and and Ad Ad vertlser. vertlser. vertlser. vertlser. A A A good many democrats took occas'qn occas'qn occas'qn to sass" sass" sass" sass" sass" sass" your your Unde" Unde" Unde" Allen at different' different' different' times .during .during .during .the .the .campaign .campaign .campaign which closed Monday night night but now that tht.'real tht.'real fight fight fight has has opened we don'.t don'.t don'.t don'.t don'.t Intend fto-illow fto-illow fto-illow th populists populists to abuse him. him. him. Democratic/blood Democratic/blood Democratic/blood Democratic/blood Democratic/blood Is Is Is Is thicker thicker thicker than water. water. ODCS ODCS ODCS ODCS AND EKTDSl EKTDSl The The phonograph 1 now used used to teach for- for- for- for- elgn elgn languages. languages. languages. languages. languages. languages. languages. With With each each each each phonograph phonograph phonograph the pupil pupil receives receives a textbook and twenty loaded cylinder cylinder cylinder cylinder cylinder cylinder Each Each 1-aspn 1-aspn 1-aspn 1-aspn 1-aspn in in the tiook tiook Is Is ar ranged ranged In In In the the form of -questions -questions pd pd pd an- an- an- swers. swers. swers. swers. The pupil-ready pupil-ready pupil-ready pupil-ready pupil-ready to to begin put put the cylinder cylinder fff fff fff the the fifsr fifsr lesson In the machine the the tube tube In hi ears ears an4 start start the phono phono phono phono graj The The amount paidby paidby paidby th "United.State "United.State government'for government'for government'for government'for pension pension pension In one'year one'year one'year one'year one'year would' would' be be be sufficient sufficient to pay pay all all the o vernment pence pence of of 'Mexico 'Mexico 61 61 every every every kind kind kind kind kind for lx jrear jrear jrear jrear jrear A A San Francisco Francisco newspaper make make a careful estimate of the wealth pf pf tat for- for- for- for- eet eet reserves reserves reserves In Bavaria Bavaria It.sayB It.sayB that at a a I I I per cent cent Inters Inters rate the net/ net/ Income from them them make make make them worth (130,000,090 (130,000,090 (130,000,090 (130,000,090 (130,000,090 (130,000,090 (130,000,090 or S5 an acre while the land land without without without wood wood -would -would -would -would not be worth J10. J10. J10. J10. J10. These figure figure U U make make the base of an appeal for the care and preservation ofjAmerlcan ofjAmerlcan ofjAmerlcan forest forest forest forest Ibl Ibl 1 A A good -way -way -way to go to"-work to"-work to"-work to"-work to"-work to"-work to"-work to"-work to to to a a good oauM. oauM. oauM. oauM. oauM. particularly particularly in California California where where vandalism agalnt-trees agalnt-trees agalnt-trees ha ha been rampant rampant rampant In tho tho twenty-throe twenty-throe twenty-throe twenty-throe twenty-throe libraries libraries of Bertln Bertln which which -are -are either either public "or "or belonging to official hodles. hodles. hodles. there are over over 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 volnmw volnmw volnmw The The royal library library contain contain over over 1.000,000 1.000,000 1.000,000 1.000,000 1.000,000 1.000,000 volumes volumes th nnlvewlty nnlvewlty library library 2 ,000 ,000 ,000 that that of the royal statistical bureau 135,000. 135,000. 135,000. 135,000. 135,000. 135,000. Th war academy co U' U' cUon coaislst coaislst -of -of S8.000 S8.000 S8.000 S8.000 volumes that of Ibe Ibe Ibe Ibe general staff of 0,700 0,700 0,700 0,700 and and and and that o the royal royal royal chancery 71690 volumes. M. M. M. M. Martel Martel the well-known well-known well-known Preach Preach ave- ave- ave- ave- ave- hnnter hnnter hnnter ha explored explored a cave or natural -pit. -pit. -pit. -pit. -pit. in the the llmotone llmotone llmotone llmotone llmotone of the the Xoi6re Xoi6re France France France France France with with with remarkable' remarkable' remarkable' runUs runUs runUs runUs runUs After dejcendlng dejcendlng a a a vertical vertical haft haft tot absut absut absut absut y feet he he touad touad touad an immense immense immense ha Q eloping eloping downward nd at the the lowtr lowtr lowtr lowtr end end forest of taUgmltee taUgmltee re- re- re- re- seraMlne seraMlne seraMlne seraMlne pine and palm tree Many of them are very very very beautiful and one over. over. over. ninety ninety feet In height Teaches Teaches Teaches Teaches nearly nearly to to vault vault of of of tha tha cavern. cavern. Nothing Nothing Nothing like thia thia forest of tone tone ha beea observed In any other known cave.or cave.or pit Deaths Deaths Deaths in ColamtTos ColamtTos 'Columbn 'Columbn Qa Qa Qa 'jane 'jane IS. IS. Special Mr G. G. W. W. OKletreej OKletreej &ced &ced &ced thtrty-nina thtrty-nina thtrty-nina thtrty-nina thtrty-nina years years the wif wif of Profeasor Profeasor O. O. O. O. O. W Ogletree. Ogletree. Ogletree. Ogletree. died died today at at their hom hom hom north ot ot the city after a long Ilbxts. Ilbxts. Ilbxts. Ilbxts. air Amindft. Amindft. Amindft. Wyatt wife of Mr. Mr. 3. 3. VT VT VT W4t died. died. died. ye t rday'and rday'and wailjuried today today today e d,4Cr9. d,4Cr9. d,4Cr9. "H "H 1 j t T O J y rtQ T W. W. W. 'q 'q i q' q' J J t ntt tit1tti tt. tt. BUSHmDAIlYI DAY' DAY' AND' AND' K" K" O\ O\ EL UUn A. A. I1mlPJIIJ.1 I1mlPJIIJ.1 n..tu. n..tu. Uaaacep Uaaacep r1-s-/S. r1-s-/S. r1-s-/S. r1-s-/S. r1-s-/S. OF. OF. OF. 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I cst snn l ae tat 6voterB ottestte ae indlterent tc blgtons ut possibly upn' upn' thm i \t \t eno. eno. nuur- nuur- l ge m tiJhe e tlhei ns t01a1 dentlt1 .UteTte .UteTte 1 PAlt wU wU i eieic' eieic' 10t'"Wl 10t'"Wl t i r z 9t 9t a 3'ht 3'ht 'u 'u Ue ent c nDt Ich pll iDtt t in\he in\he in\he rnl Te'reaon Te'reaon .nfiuehc .nfiuehc stte execuUvecommlt lnor- lnor- d rin8eprte r Inaton rurt judge that te coice cdidates Involve 0 lled fut complcaton embarrassment pol c. c. I. I. exceS cuton to t ctzen o Gergi I welar stte cat balot tm fx caled tme weks pla lghty tme spiri sel-saifce sel-saifce sel-saifce bIng iustratcd "by. "by. Georgans frnt. frnt. neesity pols send pr"pose eercsing rl ht I I Gergian to oblgation welare stte. stte. devoles Whie rpresent stte cones and. and. varrus statehole 'imprtance 'imprtance coie repre.ent repre.ent sette taly aId issue rferred to sarcely les Ever ctzen Gerg suprmacy nd integiy justce ad mke th suprfuous ctizen Go himsel wel a ing opportuniy eolce. eolce. cal upn orgn- orgn- Izatons un tured etor pro- pro- nouncd expresion pssible wJhes respeetve countes mater o repreent &U- &U- &U- I Calnes ad Ladrone. Ladrone. demed wie exigencie Phlpp ne Caolnes L- L- \1y \1y feld whie buiness .dealng .dealng setle efective metho delng wih si1uaton pOlcy -territorial -territorial expasion. expasion. I u group bak hand fnd t kep fortunat havng disposal commonsene arge aggrndloement fel caled conneeton selz re Phippines maters proede fag Span's Span's oter Bth mentoned ln wth HawaI ad Phl'pine Phl'pine jurisdIcton o\er o\er o\er goup o Pacifc waters easiy I man respet carolne i'lads i'lads loated oTthe Phipplnes intead ae sur- sur- Tey ae .west- .west- er cntral etern subdivison 346 squar mies wel woded unde cultvaton prouct bread-frui bread-frui bread-frui coanut sugr cne orang Catte successfuly In thi subiviion bare 10,00 10,00 Te 'Jtral 'Jtral sublvl'lon sublvl'lon a Carlnes propr btween 4 islandJ cntains tan 3tI mies. mies. a reources the simiar wester dvsion. dvsion. populaton abut inhabitant. inhabitant. whie. whie. subdils10u numerus smal Inhabitant hundre. hundre. 'elaps 'elaps Carolne fel Span respct Ldrone Llands le nornward C9r- C9r- olne. olne. consit islads inhabied. inhabied. Dnsel wooed fertie resours tons cmmerce. cmmerce. Tey cover Iagel 151 tht tme 1,000 1,000 tnts. tnts. a Carolne natves Bth goups bing me vast revenue. revenue. I. I. the pnie State ould fon rline- rline- enterre. enterre. Wie eirng Pnding fna soluton o Isue involve size Lt. Lt. Rmedy 1e Appled. Appled. deprment retuse alow tops b Qmcred men rce sem In'l- In'l- In'l- writen decarng emphatkaly fav.r fav.r omcer. omcer. I 1 wl refse enlst I nego captai ad snggern mater i' i' e str go pltcl fel- fel- aginst republcan aminit- aminit- ton. ton. O L tha nego trop ther il th te bte I wU al cncre-for cncre-for cncre-for te ary republtcnpay queston. queston. lo prhapsan feent one Thos hav eye wtesse wld 4emonIa on- on- duc nego relas Tampau tat tros .Incle't .Incle't cmIlo trge w om thee .cfes .cfes ae 'hlwJen 'hlwJen tl colow.om colow.om .no .no d .ore .ore 'than. 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Re lesons ofcer wi I probablenay cerin-hat cerin-hat cerin-hat wi tow themslve begn lot stors O urde defeneles Inhabitant nego trops sm t bn tured lose feers I re.lsonable re.lsonable t te horible org rlowed planne ad prepe .nUce .nUce In a1 .en .en .en t I\ I\ the nego tro tro alow d t leve calp large numbrs car progamme s ggest devi almatrreltble. almatrreltble. maybe trst I rmember thesl thesl trp wlre peritted t I concluin i be substntal Te afair clculae tte te mout. mout. atroites comited eratedln commited trop countr cal whoe gves nifcance ad to Igore It measure repttion e her countr soi. soi. remey i Lt thesene- thesene- go wih omcrs. omcrs. w st wher necsarT I Ieland. Ieland. calng atenton Anglo-Aerican Anglo-Aerican Anglo-Aerican alanc. alanc. I perfet- perfet- lsh disgae cvlzaton Britsh government T e wong lberty-loving lberty-loving lberty-loving i I wi effectve il jutce al hve impovement overment neverheless Amerian peple wi alance naton' naton' whih t is evls pl actve t t eo tl hear. hear. Povidence publihe as. as. cunty wrestng wih 'Wi 'Wi sur.e sur.e I quer Te Jourals dicus- dicus- tme I whtever gettng ot Te countr Itel goern foreig territor cnnot governe delares o centralzaton ben instute Washingon. Washingon. we s bloW sruck occupton torelg tor. tor. Joural tme occasions pat twe ty defens or. or. ste sstem ben e and. and. perhaps effetve. effetve. I purues opportunites atack rely. rely. t centraizaton b'en b'en ging. ging. inWashngon. inWashngon. Te rson te Povidenc devote republcn gve Indor ment ever direton cenraliaton. cenraliaton. pary. pary. ex use use for'l for'l rebelon occ- occ- pk bY a "disaete "disaete dIloyal ppu- ppu- laton. laton. r memor dos no u eior iJdorsed violaton constnton troop tt gveror theref ha reuet het fur r.g r.g cntralzato onltntiol thOe. thOe. e belowa feter forng state lar e al te stts i nees- nees- b al. al. I tat wih excepton te prcent estblshed Cleeland w1 prbab1y to'th to'th impach dlsg some Ident te centalzing proes. proes. 'lac 'lac pwerln f te ee Congeshas b n ade mor pwerl. pwerl. prhap but .in .in thert' thert' U absnc.of absnc.of crven ad rw a rdy' rdy' partsshlp whchha .loge .loge tte pwer te hous hadso manO bllgtha tol mencter tha'.ht tha'.ht lQ-iI lQ-iI lQ-iI theor sy" sy" C gessrprnt te 'pple. 'pple. .Stat .Stat .it.S. .it.S. 'p. 'p. lb. lb. Ie fO t.ep. t.ep. PI.e.Of.the'a..t..t. PI.e.Of.the'a..t..t. t protitemelv .lns .lns a agtdteresult oeentratoJ. oeentratoJ. ButUl PSib s 'we'plnt 'we'plnt 'ut 'ut l 1' 1' g for J ptiV alI1' alI1' a a bloW It r E.e E.e 1"n.tat 1"n.tat 1"n.tat aIr th 1 t" t" dwhe rpnbl prtaMllp 1 'puhlg. 'puhlg. lt pitet ah .nddolngSt1 .nddolngSt1 t t nfert e r. r. c c t. t. .e .e efJ 'Sv 'Sv erment te'Su te'Su rememur te t l t f ni lt we ar. ar. conteDt7'eeupn.the' conteDt7'eeupn.the' conteDt7'eeupn.the' thew..temroD thew..temroD ar4 dIS prJIth het adsm k -of -of confaUi"- confaUi"- confaUi"- q t te l int'1tn'and int'1tn'and Iweref the,1ersa1t1,2t0 the,1ersa1t1,2t0 fJI ttu teatAl.m.geJl teatAl.m.geJl bndonC. bndonC. te'IlurJetatbav te'IlurJetatbav eNsute mp.lacn mp.lacn .tht .tht ba.l ba.l tn te hads an an Igornt rcb'i rcb'i Ac ti ha cmpnatl1g feat re concluiontwe'nt concluiontwe'nt re t k ProvldencJ ont9.1o ont9.1o 'te'aCulsit 'te'aCulsit n otnew .temtorthat .temtorthat oC Iaaka'IorJn- Iaaka'IorJn- Iaaka'IorJn- atatlys tem tem 'Weput 'Weput tequefonbecaus ae informatonon subjet. subjet. Te Coton Aceage. Aceage. acco nt'ofhe nt'ofhe 10Wprio ton tus themket 20ut decded thi t rdn ethe custom- custom- aIy alotte .tpIe. .tpIe. Dat re cive corr spondent sct- sct- ttre ab ut ovr cton blt. blt. \a- \a- Ltham .C. .C. sUJtn acrage years wl fal I th folowing thl wel-known wel-known wel-known frm' frm' gves ap proximate acreag ot Jat togetMr te e tmated years Acreae. Acreae. State 18. 18. 18. 18. Aabma. Aabma. 2,93.0 2,93.0 2,93.0 2,7,0 2,7,0 Arkana. Arkana. 17.0 17.0 15,0' 15,0' 1 Foa. Foa. Z0 2SO Georga. Georga. 3.6.0 3.6.0 3.6.0 33'O 33'O Luisiana. Luisiana. 1z,0 1z,0 1.26,0 1.26,0 1.26,0 MlslssP1 ,86.0 ,86.0 ,86.0 z1O Carolna. Carolna. 1 12.0 12.0 1,170 1,170 Suth Carolna. Carolna. 14,0 14,0 00 Tenneee. Tenneee. 860 8,0 8,0 .658.0 .658.0 .658.0 6.18.0 6.18.0 6.18.0 Varous 6,0 6,0 8,0 8,0 :2,0,0 :2,0,0 23 Whie cotoncroI lkely alb souther tarmer sUl I gat- gat- fin dispositon exclusivelY stple begnlng sigs relaaton. relaaton. OIe anlculurl whl h secton tne t beome intereted on pecular adaptabity sheep Indusry. Indusry. olned 'rofts' 'rofts' b ral- ral- ied tle Unle State estmated consumpton aggegates annualy 600 00,000 00,000 cun tr prouces hal QaunUy. QaunUy. bonana coul 'e 'e me ly thee suggestons incdentaly 'conneton 'conneton wih the' the' t ble. ble. I th agiClural ths sc- sc- ton wih is progess ii directons b vers cto Suth Aercan Tade Rlatons. Rlatons. bestr tel cultvatng re- re- latons Amercan comptton Grmany i tons alogether. alogether. 'un 'un ot'acomplsh ot'acomplsh reminig idle Tis I Jot Igor- Igor- anc fac th recenty opned Venezela purose exhibing ware ths amount establsh war- war- howe pints throug agences whih accomplsh. accomplsh. Germay respt. respt. l invetng sum Suth Aerica c ntries ther br showIn sinceriy cultvat Intmate re wih excty last Brazi Veneuela les cae I spie suprority otout produ t tade Suth I xhibied cultvate intmat relbtons wih GmanT exhioit met suc.css. suc.css. begn bestr thL Bon. Bon. I Te corespndents ben busines. busines. 1 sn boted ain I Inead fgtng among'temsetves among'temsetves Phtpplnas ant-PhUl- ant-PhUl- ant-PhUl- wel tront I Te saiards Cba evdenty mi- mi- dertand tat tle la.t la.t dic. dic. e'n e'n discovee there cn- cn- wthout bloshe. bloshe. I I I Aginaldo It gove1met hi admInIstraton wil hve 'th'k 'th'k thre tm s beore refu regi it tsaid t dispsiton par ,2uthorites ,2uthorites 8 Cbi Gme. Gme. TL wl ver 'dimcult 'dimcult i tman'le tman'le Vctoi. Vctoi. Frm e an' an' Ga and prmal ele t n hel onay goveror nd sttehOuse ofken reauUe .te .te nominaton t on Can d overr bran veihelm mJorty Cn1der1 'tastre 'tastre t t 'the 'the 'opIUon 'opIUon aye. aye. ntb".h ntb".h \ctor \ctor a 'r.r 1 one I'oud I'oud betdle tIst orani U D'be D'be r ul. ul. or'toateif or'toateif epLnaton' epLnaton' te causes contr t 't 't s. s. 'a 'a c It tsumcenttor al tOdeocr toJmo i tat ol ne 'Cander 'Cander hubeen.closnt hubeen.closnt 'te.t& 'te.t& teet" teet" ae' ae' 'wllbye 'wllbye te eary ndun&a ndun&a .Wt .Wt of bl. bl. bl. bl. 'ar 'ar N nf" nf" wt 'c.1nt 'c.1nt 'c.1nt r 'eerf7Cf 'eerf7Cf t 1 trer te ini t' t' ketbee liiClo 1 an- an- W1ewet-.n W1ewet-.n W1ewet-.n W1ewet-.n Jt'ui Jt'ui e ra c 'la 'la rtwlb 2 p' p' 1Q e i e.i e.i e" e" Crder'U Crder'U l 'oi 'oi v or. or. h D aal,1ml1t'le aal,1ml1t'le b1 r tw 't 't "ot "ot 'ct 'ct 1 h' h' PJnet 'oetl 'oetl w e t"'poJ:1o t"'poJ:1o ed'a4/ ed'a4/ ed'a4/ tA i l fXth IV j i i 'j1ri' 'j1ri' 'f' 'f' ,1 ,1 j" j" 'f 'f 'i 'i i. i. i-'i i-'i i-'i "JPST "JPST F \B \B t 'ACeR 'ACeR U"l U"l tto ne 'c 'c PP -rlne -rlne ra1 p k' k' i 1 neen' neen' .IMe-4 .IMe-4 .IMe-4 .IMe-4 t .pl .pl Wodn't' Wodn't' t proeltrte m t tg. tg. an'f an'f l. l. wen tP'IS tP'IS waU' waU' mier .t .t 'em 'em nn' nn' rht niers nee' nee' f' f' a'th a'th bat i ltt alck G slp mek tet 't 't n tak Wo 't 't b to propr ti f 's 's o' o' tht Whn eve cl i rn' rn' rght jet s nesl t ta countr aut Tt e ay. ay. i woud 1.e 1.e un' un' un' un' bi ot I' I' 'h 'h g'rl g'rl vedck. vedck. tey mut IPa Ie fm tbt F tli 1 waltl' waltl' o te rnnl' rnnl' rght Tee 1 anote nego' nego' pct ao hall from Obl 'h 'h acrdin Te Clevelad Plaldeaer b rekone 1t i 1e dL uUon Q lur 'h 'h tDow11 a .plm..f .plm..f veae n shl1n' shl1n' bot te o non tle a bu "Wd "Wd .wet .wet a' a' lubl cune da. da. a-nod' a-nod' a-nod' a-nod' lk scla Wl eh s bit al balf o hok To IY 'cuse 'cuse a't a't n 'rocrt 'rocrt glne t hab me plej .do' .do' .do' i 'Bple 'Bple a WhC I 'el 'el enh II whih I wa diet piy o I Nor Carlia m whoSWaOWM tapnC o o merr re- re- pred la echne a "don "don wel 8 culd expt wl prbaly be confe rm fe Acordin Flrd exchane t 1 toast Fbda Frt 1 w frt an frt te 'ea 'ea te. te. cmmlL Te WaYnoro Courer infors ls tat pstat 8t Clde wrie tht hi dlstn.he dlstn.he on Jutce I fathe thre fne' fne' bys wh ave y 3t Tt cm- cm- muniy Cetan hs cs. cs. t. t. CIpla o 8 Justce. Justce. LI' LI' Miter' Miter' Melon LI' LI' Melcn gow In' In' patd plea tel Mn 1 match .e .e yoh I' I' scrtch te 'd 'd do twel mwn'l mwn'l l'l' l'l' Miter Mel' Mel' hid' hid' d path wih yo pleae wh tel 'Mon 'Mon 'u 'u atrke matc' matc' cmn' cmn' a' a' visit m hn' hn' latC te og mawnl' mawnl' Blano sy" sy" aier haven wi asist Spnars l e rt aserol al I te ar. ar. Tampa exchagesaY3 Gener wak arund tn .a .a busines suit" suit" ar to.e.tat"te to.e.tat"te gene gettg don bueeaat lat Te wa h Iterfeed so' so' Wt rk speen Jourl tht i I beter b 8 tan hak wte. wte. Cerere te nght Hobn' Hobn' cain hath bnd Sd mm'r mm'r t frht Smpson' Smpson' fe arnd When rebr al 'Te 'Te sceme lnke toether that that lure tis harbr smal 'scpe 'scpe te Sapsn weathr- weathr- lke o lef .me .me la la desered Whoe hops drn-wQol.e drn-wQol.e drn-wQol.e ahps. ahps. ae eunk d al deat I al aounts Il' Il' fnancil conditon crret tey alo leter I wr cal "Te "Te Ba 'Pan. 'Pan. T rny saon lip Clonel I laltc a ever a wei sU PI lt rbbrs. rbbrs. Jeyh SentIet tlgs tl coplet cmpag bue rn re de th so Welcme Cander glr G te Sasb tro mtat td de slders Blac cble boo "Th "Th cu t pi l trops Cba wl rUO te ter oeter t1 cerainly ge I theaae ting Spanh ptin b t maine Oreg wa ce of batter' batter' Cerer.1 Cerer.1 bted th chanel "ru "ru fPon's fPon's latet l ihr. ihr. day. day. Cs. Cs. 1 1 1 CAUGHT CAUGHT ATR1 BuddinI nlu Porland. Porland. Oe. Oe. ha dese utUtar pi mae 'new 'new 'new 'new auminum Istrment cnvertba kchen utensil makng 1 keY detadtabe. detadtabe. proposs Ue te mandoli sewpan git tor 'ri.er 'ri.er or'fsbtrer or'fsbtrer altO ek 1pjack bano. bano. Ca le bnpl tor ae .tl. .tl. ete n& n& Te Ieknl Guete .announce tt a etor ciy" ciy" wbo rfer cern dea CIne' CIne' ren' ren' bd omte gYet 1 fuUttes has hd be ulbet cmute frm 1g IlwZ slc t ple 'o 'o Impede captaton' captaton' ne' ne' seer te neW. neW. ut el t .t .t h e o Sdy afemon Te' Te' hdrulJ1 pt tbeter by,8' by,8' gtvIu a. a. 1ed funes of' of' stm. stm. .laucbe. .laucbe. op. op. ot"punt ot"punt "le "le e c.'alan c.'alan 'trt 'trt thenateIoc fljlll te'ctgu. te'ctgu. al te. te. WuhoD..dt"b' WuhoD..dt"b' t prcJbar- prcJbar- Iforbldwmen I.u I.u olPennh vnavnu..tre' vnavnu..tre' .mte\ .mte\ cap inoIlnd 1 .ftt .ftt xe I xce te d ure.a ure.a non- non- hoa Sventeerikds ofDe' ofDe' tmp b eeiato I l b..t b..t tt bC iii 11d Pnt'wSchi Pnt'wSchi f' f' i IHOWM JJA LAW'r LAW'r 'WqR. 'WqR. P 'T. 'T. cy'wa cy'wa .b .b l proges or r n e btor.Uat& btor.Uat& ae' ae' nmtPt .c .c not .ue .ue I Md IJorA Lydel.w.madete Lydel.w.madete emmdgomcer. emmdgomcer. Aut marlaw 'wa 'wa delar b de er.r" er.r" .on .on te 'prCst'mar- 'prCst'mar- 'prCst'mar- lhW. lhW. det tme wre G.1 G.1 yor aceand'c. aceand'c. 'W. 'W. 'L 'L pt 'entde- 'entde- 'entde- .te'omc .te'omc wh di "rr "rr ag Wenir deae ma kw.the kw.the HOI.ae HOI.ae M Oo wa 'maYor 'maYor cty. cty. Te'geeral Te'geeral Pbed h v v- v- emo emo ofAtata wih" wih" te athe'fe athe'fe bnc' bnc' romoUo bano btween to dvldt mit autbr Unt r tatte tt olba Orus h r e i'ful i'ful fore but.te but.te arrst Polesl Wisol cuse wrJ t b susPne. susPne. Wl w O. O. 1t ppur Ichlecerin t e ciy danT tour oldet oldet ldent 1s upll He. He. He. He. ws higy eteeme a l.uprlht l.uprlht ctz n an4aceyer g nteman but'he but'he tt mforue b a unlO1t prlcpie- prlcpie- and .ypt. .ypt. I tose exct 6 w o not the. the. s eupJe b I 1 expreSse uo sn- sn- tenthis nelh sad i b' b' 8'tbe 8'tbe teaher wa rreted dlloaty and loe "Wit "Wit a' a' gig at'lt" at'lt" ake mcr. mcr. "S "S IW r fepUe Wl n "a "a gt ona wt 0 btu cr .Te .Te om r' r' rshe l wnen' wnen' Wisn's Wisn's Vlte prvot'm prvot'm b1' b1' om t Inqure Ito te mter. mter. wudelle Unt te wareehe trmnic mnd alung slpello'n slpello'n of -he -he wrt uerus Attt i fve mies. mies. te toW I to lng sto 'tel 'tel Wilon wa r.ele r.ele &hor &hor te be be ebrc lrt oprtunity J0re wlt h1 ta1111 t Un pr\'t pr\'t pr\'t pr\'t grd ws orgned. orgned. .ome .ome Ume therewerelntne1 everstret crer dmanding 8 'ps 'ps fm ever ale bied mie cten Joys.Wo Joys.Wo w re rater tal a ba 8 bad tme. tme. Te pr vost vost marhal rtsed gve te psses 6 to .u .u ards we stsfe wih ths explanaUon meste te.younter te.younter sxteenye t-ld t-ld t-ld by tltow are th bigest b foud yher cmn rmark aong eolder. eolder. Te rles ve strict Lquor 'wa 'wa &owe &owe beold bt W t b1d on hOUBW s alow log8' log8' vsior trm aote tow unes b& b& b& h a p whc b b provo maf- maf- sha Oce th viitor leve wihot pe Ever hOe ower had.t had.t had.t mae a rrt nightot hi visiors Ind.n Ind.n teir psses. psses. Th& Th& pa ver Feuenty youg areste .t .t .t theate bcaus theb forotten. forotten. papr. papr. I lad wJh alowed. alowed. esor grd wae Wt them AtoetMr ther 're 're hospit here. here. Fom frst lat 7,0 7,0 sck 'ur 'ur cnfederates ced wihi ou Imens QU8tte medl es. es. her i wa Jmpslble pr cue soe drgs qull e Inst-nce Inst-nce Inst-nce adbiokade rn- rn- oter get iducements brng tem thru tn. tn. tIe ct bd nowaterwor pave streLno go sewer an no scienUc sa regtn' regtn' ilck solder sent'bere sent'bere fm. fm. ever qurter Wth'aU Wth'aU kind disee. disee. Te eleve hopUjU pked wt sutere te mraiy an 'oul 'oul bn frghtu i b n t ben te unfsh uns e fors te lade wb e.e e.e ng .tat .tat posile their ndUO. ndUO. Ot ospUas dsea deth marche forh t- t- ravage com nty. nty. Blpxbae 6' 6' feuent rand maliant fever enteed boeS .ut .ut Yelo Jack a now. now. wa 'abt 'abt c fothold th Gae Cty Telow ptent we diaea di spred ay facy pslon e s er'un er'un e b O' O' at Bragga appointmen Inte1gencer ope tbs ve Bi te nee a civl gvemQr. gvemQr. Chou rmed dur.ng dur.ng te wr ad. ad. f.oraly f.oraly surendere Sherman feeras cae t re wa msal la. la. bs geners quatered themlves b t haes ad cUzen wer tat tey hd rihts. rihts. Sheran rde dthe rsdens transpore tousads tem Wth sme househol gos headqurer Rougl Reay. Reay. 'ny 'ny north.jnd north.jnd abut ffy tmie remaie durrg feerocptonot tho dt Tnl wa ealy Sptmbr. Sptmbr. 1 b Novembr Shran de oyed tOt stred h mach' mach' leLIn tmeatel aound Atata 4f la 1 uha curhouse a eca col1 e old old Abaa ad ahutf house were 'Ipare 'Ipare Betwen tb' tb' tl a th "Occupaton "Occupaton 'cty 'cty feerathere a truble cVl authort coul ca. ca. n.thng n.thng .nd .nd soldier \thel \thel J. J. Glcn te cqfeerte comm3'lag comm3'lag cer ca nt mnt orde. orde. Stragle1 ay helpd tbe .to .to mues ad. ad. Ioverem cng1bat "much' "much' rg tt tem a anyby eLe. eLe. ErlY Y 1. 1. 0lnel gle tn oftbe Frt Oho cva psses Ionof te plce ad .cUzenawee .cUzenawee le hm Een the rle of" of" of" te enemys beter t anb71t whb -the1ne -the1ne ctw dtng. dtng. Eksto nceBtopp. nceBtopp. t saot Uq r. r. Ten. Ten. foun thatUe 14e negro tpwer.y tpwer.y tru le r dere te aest. aest. ever bck ho Cul ebO ps. ps. Sti tbr wa no cVllaw. cVllaw. When a cUzen waoppree w01e ba h1 neighb1 'badto 'badto iy b. b. cao' cao' forete mUt. mUt. brUe -nJune -nJune cure te tt-publcm tt-publcm tt-publcm UI be' be' .afer. .afer. surn.er surn.er ayor ahoUJ preld ad Je& Je& pie. pie. 'firthe'rva 'firthe'rva 'of 'of pbc eplrt god feUng an cnl denc eg eba ne aavr e .destctlon .destctlon t 'o1 'o1 oon cmtte8 "a' "a' aJlec iPSe 'of 'of 'of .ohn'1 .ohn'1 .ohn'1 rke .aM'L .aM'L Wter. Wter. AUtel .L.1woyid .L.1woyid .L.1woyid erW d Reolun'wer Reolun'wer repre ad a te natultg 'tep 'tep e upn. upn. te riur f .pc .pc avgtelpy. avgtelpy. tert ol rtons uD 'obence' 'obence' t t 1aa 4emnlg" 4emnlg" .the .the Us1 CfUclexpsgcn denc"tn denc"tn Pent 10l on'.at. on'.at. t0 n4'i.1ofng. n4'i.1ofng. n4'i.1ofng. .PD .PD 'Gerr 'Gerr ButFn lW 'clnofend.'th 'clnofend.'th Je i- i- .f .f 'h 'h Ure.o Ure.o tr -te" -te" -te" Svert:7e Svert:7e ate i. i. t' t' e ne fe o. o. e ad ftr te. te. sent' sent' fr .tJrty't .tJrty't c e. e. hp Jreqet. Jreqet. 'tmerUC 'tmerUC tth.mt tth.mt ou. ou. 'expeneWtl/b 'expeneWtl/b 'expeneWtl/b 'expeneWtl/b ,1 ,1 rtur.t'Je rtur.t'Je re m rj ttt11i mpar i'W1 i'W1 i'W1 ll1et whl whl whl 11'1 11'1 Ube arr' arr' e W" W" W" i i V C "l "l "l "l 1t" 1t" 1t" t"1i t"1i 'f. 'f. 'f. 'Ic.o' dertake 'J 'J dtifte 1t' 1t' t'r t'r t i1llC Ohrd. Ohrd. er. er. n. n. .Po. .Po. r .Rl. .Rl. 9.a..n.d. 9.a..n.d. 9.a..n.d. P .In. .In. 0 0 t e Philippi es. es. 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Oyolwnu. l'oY&l1ibrary' l'oY&l1ibrary' cont.abs'over cont.abs'over 'th.unlver.1tY.Ubr 'th.unlver.1tY.Ubr 'th.unlver.1tY.Ubr oYailltat1llUca bureau13GOOQTb.- bureau13GOOQTb.- acadeIiYOOU'ICUOncoM1sta acadeIiYOOU'ICUOncoM1sta f88.000 f88.000 'volwnes.tha 'volwnes.tha 'ot. 'ot. .staft. .staft. of'GI'lOO of'GI'lOO th t .fLthe .fLthe han 'ry1U3O' 'ry1U3O' o1" o1" rte ti ti 1VeI kn 1rn''ie 1rn''ie ch' ch' hunter."bu' hunter."bu' 'a 'a oi'naturat oi'naturat Z re. re. Arter4u eD&U eD&U eD&U eD&U eD&U arihaft OOlee u' u' Jmmensellal1.loplng40 Jmmensellal1.loplng40 wu bd'at bd'at .ufcnest\ .ufcnest\ tta.1apnitea-'n tta.1apnitea-'n tta.1apnitea-'n tta.1apnitea-'n tta.1apnitea-'n tta.1apnitea-'n I1neana &lm &lm &lm &lm Jtreu Jtreu Jtreu tGf plemare .1 .1 eaIJUtufand ne. ne. netYleetlnhe1gbto 'nearlyto'tf1. 'nearlyto'tf1. 'nearlyto'tf1. Ukethlafor- Ukethlafor- ofa on l bee1t. bee1t. bee1t. rved'I11Jin1'Oti1 rved'I11Jin1'Oti1 i kno v' v' or'piL or'piL 'inCQlumbU& 'inCQlumbU& c 1mn i e'j e'j i i G.W G.W Ogtetreel6ed Dineyean.tb6 Dineyean.tb6 "wUe "wUe OtPrI e9IIOI" e9IIOI" e9IIOI" e9IIOI" J.LW J.LW g1etree4Ie 'tO- 'tO- 'tO- rlLt j' j' j' t cltYo.rte. cltYo.rte. W1iK''ofiieiit'3.t W1iK''ofiieiit'3.t W1iK''ofiieiit'3.t r r r 'w'.i 'w'.i Wittdled W 'b 'b 'b ried't ried't r. r. r. 'he' 'he' 'he' IntaataQI1 Of\1t. Of\1t. Of\1t. Of\1t. Of\1t. T 4 TEE OOTSTITUTION ATLA1T TUESDAY JUITE 14 1898. 1898. ICe 1.toutitution. 1.toutitution. 1.toutitution. LAflK flEM1H1LL.fluite.s flEM1H1LL.fluite.s flEM1H1LL.fluite.s Mund y pe ot sogn1e 1. 1. Co..ttanl. Co..ttanl. n at tI. tI. t' t' e e strees strees 'TeW&Bro 'TeW&Bro IIwley. IIwley. etibetath iti. iti. i etI meat t UOON. UOON. FEX.-flntler FEX.-flntler FEX.-flntler KAl KAl B4.8 B4.8 OL-ufctpuon OL-ufctpuon OL-ufctpuon &nkiton. &nkiton. Manager. Manager. nffi ia1berry .LRo3LE .LRo3LE OL-.J. OL-.J. OL-.J. Sam Sam Veal 1.50 1.50 1.50 r---- r---- iiciioia& iiciioia& terrltor ntL deinocrat1o ton z. z. -be -be to to quently iore l ton re- re- -fprm -fprm ria-tis ria-tis ria-tis 9 gument maileed wer kor dlocks Coitltntion D1auds iwhlch TMIOn Qpr obb Tats e Cf t7 au b1e. b1e. i. i. k the .mittee. .mittee. bo s candidates n Every atthe nost Eof dates. dates. tinder tnUonai 'Jmportance 'Jmportance owho the e In i If e to whh uld upon them it ofurt1erore nnllitfa re tb.eeffect tb.eeffect .ot .ot the new duient itheif. itheif. U the .yote .yote caSt .Is .Is ge It ciercise UI uoostwbole- uoostwbole- bfiuence noton1 upO tho 1' 1' 1 t I. I. .1. .1. .1. Getr bututheentfrcountyy I deeply inftue eed o dis- dis- illustratcdby t justice th o u- u- situationwould sup- sup- ern Y to be In- In- concerned-for concerned-for concerned-for perhapsan.indif perhapsan.indif Car- Car- ter. ter. atlon to the attitude of the wbie officeil of the negro from citizens ot 'the 'the uorth who hae eeliviaitthgO that accoufit.there accoufit.there CaUb&noehargeofprejudicjoj..exag CaUb&noehargeofprejudicjoj..exag conditlo..oZaffaira conditlo..oZaffaira id is enc nraged thewai negro what-is what-is what-is probable-nay probable-nay probable-nay certain-that certain-that certain-that been artjy5 were trustit ne- ne- were tol- tol- 'et 'et natioirwhich t cto blo occu- occu- by o i hlch being.tha being.tha than hIniaelf-I1l hIniaelf-I1l hIniaelf-I1l te people. people. itLspossible masure as pointedont ago any party to- to- aim blow one sec'Uon sec'Uon that does not all the rest. rest. And when was pushing. pushing. its picketh ahead and doing its' its' best to transfer the 'powers 'powers of states to the general gov- gov- e lmeJt. lmeJt. the story of .the. .the. .ljttl .ljttl flahesin the try. try. in. in. P9. P9. "Arc "Arc yoncOntentV' yoncOntentV' asked the i" i" The in the 'pan 'pan say1n "Zr "Zr yo ere are content rhereupon the cook them on and -disap -disap peareiiq:1he peareiiq:1he beat sm kco bisown strength-and strength-and strength-and a thever8atilityGf eat,4amag eat,4amag b i th &we &we Yen re oLAiaaka th nt'ot nt'ot pri e will fall ap- ap- 1595. 1595. 2,79t,000 2,79t,000 Z594,000 Z594,000 239,000 239,000 3,318,000 3,318,000 1,216,000 1,216,000 sjooo zrouo 1,172,000 1,172,000 3,008.000 3,008.000 3,008.000 -Tennessee------ -Tennessee------ 806,000 806,000 6,159,000 6,159,000 602,000 602,000 2373 andyat o de- de- re- re- that-we that-we that-we 1l go-to go-to go-to set -S -S 1ewuan- 1ewuan- Ga. Ga. v rtiser wa his he Colonel dierthalt b u october. october. he TbeTamoa Pta .fleraid. .fleraid. At th Geurgis primary the- the- other day AUen 35 Can41Cr Moztof 'the. 'the. s-fl s-fl s-fl again.UC again.UC tim bt he woli b7 more taIl forbotb htle thC Ire and ,0 ,0 ,0 JUST FROMGEORGIA w -cbhppi'-.cora -cbhppi'-.cora -cbhppi'-.cora -cbhppi'-.cora is gaIn- gaIn- n'I n'I seeswy an' an' me far- far- an'the an'the a 0n' 0n' It's It's m et negro 'with 'with in as' as' an' an' h1 is pledjur it i you-Oh you-Oh you-Oh yA'ddogtweli yA'ddogtweli suit o i stIflY-flight stIflY-flight stIflY-flight me bo's bo's drunk-whose drunk-whose drunk-whose are isweM GodI" GodI" to.Pcell" to.Pcell" the andcoets AT RANDOM. RANDOM. has use or- or- fish cook editors are a give slowly -sliced -sliced de- de- ne Ls'g- Ls'g- Ls'g- he a pot by eeen'at eeen'at has a is I s. s. bar she hsAhad a a of Whanlt to be Is eviAeetilr thj -loss -loss OtAn opUo liOrethan wasdoujin Jooei5c3 Leyden comma g denerai endmong s wer'- wer'- wer'- Q- Q- acre andO gaflanteonreder ate wh lion city. city. 0 h th thatthe o iiai tut .the .the .A .A Wilaen wa the- the- most -many -many of citizen wa Botbe It to tei five famii o lines .A .A corner ut theyoungsters. theyoungsters. from Ever Th t hadladies t eey thing iiy -Vi -Vi of 400 'spare& 'spare& city em the- the- 4utbtt iy took0055ee- took0055ee- 't.ii 't.ii the wadrifttflg. wadrifttflg. oee of a. a. a. law. law. When a. a. any had to military authoritIes. authoritIes. juneoccurred the first-publIc first-publIc first-publIc m etlnt eaylngtbat the A. A. W. W. and the return of speedy eounselinw of floe 'Governor 'Governor the war the as 'even 'even the in- in- wit law infutore ag ag i which be whec the i'eatoth i'eatoth -s. -s. PorL andperhaps reconstruction of those der ploasantchapter- ploasantchapter- a. a. a. time after the 'end 'end of our it still still Prom Georgia primaries are states-a states-a states-a all Ilracti'ally'have Ilracti'ally'have the courthouse too thecounty. thecounty. figures expresaedtheir nlflce t clique nqminations 1 in titiz iickd into It is more the County exedu- exedu- in regective and will state a a 1astMonday T s 5r faiiaa ha.party ha.party -andecorda -andecorda of its offis iiszneinbers cf-the cf-the cf-the -be- -be- th iccjo Of could pu a would'bea would'bea z'et z'et tn tothi t countr-to countr-to countr-to ttOtb ds ds andpisrerdayiof S S b- b- Chaff.- Chaff.- Chaff.- I as there-was there-was there-was S I I supremeiyieappy has men. men. AllefltXo'w AllefltXo'w nowthattht'eaight nowthattht'eaight the Democratic blood iinow Ce a a pupi1' pupi1' ready ieesonin his eb2a2n4 gaph -the -the tInlttdStates one year allthegovernnient sir stat. stat. It says netincoine $69 $69 of is a to-go to-go to-go uas. uas. trees or eta the 135,000 135,000 The coil'c'Joa coil'c'Joa or 2Gto ume. ume. 3 haeexplored or ZOO ZOO hafl antI a a a eet tie has been-observed been-observed been-observed cave or a' a' Deathstn ColumtIeiz June 13.- 13.- SpeclaL-Mr SpeclaL-Mr SpeclaL-Mr l6rs. l6rs. 1fe Wittt yeltfday and was buried infant sonGt Mt. Mt. 4 Mrs. Mrs. rboenei wLaeiitead. wLaeiitead. .5 .5 , " , ' . . . ; ; ' ( ) . ( . ) ) > < , . ; , . . | > . . * * . * . . * - - . | - . . . ; . \ - . . , , ' , , ; > ; * * . * . . * , , ( ! . * : - < . " ! , , . - . ' ; ; . - - . . ' . . , . . . . ? . , , * * , , . . . < , ' . * * . - : . . . - . . . . . . . $ . , . . . . . . . - , , | - - . , , , $ ! . , [ | > | * * , , - . - ' , - . - - . . . , . , . 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