IUY ph UULDUARU
A, .,:tr. and
Has i Th:ousanids, W40 .App igmdt of Teachirsi fort
S '' "Cre You. th&Nit Wi t
f3 you, are troubled with Ukdney or special eetn t
(er troubles, euch a ,Aropsy, CoT ty ol Bord held at t: oi e
ht%- disease O tarrh g . O 'e on .e ..t Ho :,,.v l a e o
^detr a=lbumen in', ur "4.n- of Superlintndent Holoway .MOd,
tll ky daeipoes, or tooI 'dt. At thitsmeeting itias thought that.
S.ride of the urine, pail ie bate, the board wotild take some action in:
( md bladeor, dropsical of the reference to the appointment of.teach-
eet and legs, et o.e we guarantee ere for tihe fall term of:selhools to be
that by using tb'a Sure Kidiey held n ihe countyt, bu. those whe
p-are, a complete tfre wil be effected. were expeOeng such action were
Price 50 cents and l.0. 1~rsale by doomed to disappoint ment.
NSSON BROS. Thu only business trainscu, ed of i -
.. terest, was some routine work by the
STEL.EA RPHIC BEVITE" board and the paylig of a large nun-.
S. TELGARPHtC BRE E beofbills that woe ilft over from
SIn the Britls'h hou ot ofcommons te the Jae meeting.
budget bill passed withoUIt a.ivislon. The matter of appointing a principal
-Frankl Dupree, a negro, who mxrder- for the Gainesville school will remain-I
ed a white man at Long Leat, IA., unsettled for the present. at least, aas tt
Iws lynched'friday. i understood' that there will bd let
S M:'ga"" or W;. .-Gibbes, Who is said ,erl applicahts for this positiort in tho
to baLe flied the firs-t slot In the civil near future
i ; a, di4 at olmbl, .... ...
e prosecution In the Jett-Whbte YOU GET UP
it' ;.rortpS at Jackson,. Ky., is
r, ed by theb ibtsence of witesses. WIT A LAMEBAC ?
.aut' q(atIl, the' Russian atnbass- "
,to the 'United States, st tes that Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable,
OUblic meeting being holt#in the
eot of the T Aws will hbave no Almost everybody who reads the news-
t on his government He declares papers i- sure to know of the wonderful
Russia is not unfriendly to the oures 'mademby- Dr
i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
____ the great kidney, liver
Was Wasting Away. x.,and'bladiderremedy.
Was WastingAway. It Is thagreat medt,.
e following letter from Robert R. catriump of the nine-
is, of Salem, Mb., is Instructive': teenth century; dis-
arve been troubled with kidney 1 covered after years of
lse for the last five years. I lost scientific reeaWch by
and never felt well and doctored Dr. Kilmer, .the emt-
leading physicians and tried all nent kidney and blad-
6dies suggested without relief. "' der socialist, and Is
ly I trie Foley's Kidney Cure wonderfully successful in lnptly curing
less than two bottles completely lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
id me and I aw now sound and bles and Brights DIseae, which ie the worst
." Bld by W. 0. Wallace's drug form of kidneynotrublet r
-Dr. Kilmer s SwantlpeRoot is not reo-
S ____ ommended ior everything but if you have kid-
- soine Dlticult Tables. ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
me of the excavations lit Nippur just the remedy you need. Ithasbeentested
that the Babylonians ad mult- n nyay in hospil wok, n private
iou tabl es live t ime lotnig as practice, aming .thhip too poor to pur-
eCon tables eIve tLnsC a. lo sg s chase relief and hasl prOed so successful In
Sconuuoi:l etl L hols. Most every case that. a pecial arrairgament h19
* h, for instance, been made by whoh all readers f this paper
ot ha other than twelve' who have not already tried it, may have a
s twelve tlie little Babylonian sample bottilssent free by mail,'j so a book
ren, says r. IhIerman V. Hil- telling mor0 Abo0 t Swamp-Ro nd how to
bt. who superintended the late ex- findoutifyouhhavekldneyor b rtrouible.
tions, nd to go as far as sixty When writing mention readin generous
8 sit ffer. In this paper d .and
nil)erled franwn.lits of tablets bear. sen your olnres _to
thise "utiili)lcatlo tat)lhs" bve hamton, N. Y. T*Ze
follind, some few of wlhie lgo ai regular fifty.cent tdu aItomet
isf 1,;001 tii'es l.3'100, luit these doatimse* are sold by all lood druggisla.
SOevidltly ouly or liStroiOilcail E Don't, make ant mistakebut ronenm-
.)o'se,. "lho.0( (11hict nstroliooers reeai
hve felt lhard jlressrd for time. ber the name, Swamp4*oot, Dr. rKitl
when tley w.i'(ro celeltinqg tie mer's BwAmp-Koot, and the Address,
iaces of the iew stni- they found. .Binghamtonin. OY.. on every bott]io.
th(ir size, they did11 not wint to .
the time to multiply. und so Just
rred to ti e tsl bhe I ten s toue '
A I'itainOit Ia'idlnli. .
ierc is no ot!er pudding on eisrt '
rhkilh so tluilch honor l paidd as the
& beefst.eak p)udhig-i served utip
y nt the inost famous tavern i n
ldon. te Oldwe Cheffthe Cheese, In
his pudding halis Ixn 'torred up
ty day without brenk' for nearly
yarrs. Garrlck. (:oladnlith and
,J)lisor t~i .l )to 'eljoy It:. very
at writer in Engliant nakes a point
eatLng It today. It is InsPparably
clanted with English literature.'
Sery evening after the pudding. Is ,
ked there is i solehwn proveiilon.
Proprietor of the tavern, bearlig
lptddlng on a big dish, gos eitrs t.
owed by the cooks. the walters ami-
' Mt! ilirtnff. Thebcy- beasr the pud,
g all arouUl ? the tavern, the 9s-
jeT doing ko nige to it. Then and
till then It may be cut up and
Rampen. hal delt it Kie'*l. wel a l;' i lt g
'be re pli ll .rtt'ries. ftllelynire'arl5 Rhe i *''* tli| aI "
tituate rf tMo. it 1 Jist eq wugh tor
S'.he I (.". ^We -ia Tyou Canort spiot s ao*
Iry. "ht is litid.o' lt W i rtfrf in by Sits ,i' -tarN u wtiso tl O 'iw
rdy all eatlr ,to adatit of c' ittraw. Iot it *e !i4 lBt .i a bust.
tln bv itti4usl 'igtoun l -tfia t a 1 s iM that id,IowW a s rsw map
ad ..s as dat
W .y ..r ... .... **e a,.5 m ,,. I 156l 1 ;'i t
.45ltit hIs.i (maly tc ,p.'atiitunl fur a uIor t al 0ja:..
~ ,it tIieps dahp i ... '" e l, w iti i "
sfher comistioAcu id d7 r' ee po.lty to ... itill
1$. I ba4tewe be' (Awwtn a oo.. w...i .::
sl^;*^-l^wf^ Sm b seb sws 't.4 s4
Hui^^E~~~tfi^^tti'*;~ e''5 4 (RSA55.'''('v I''^^f*'t*Af*l* ''' t''' -" 'lB'^il'w^ w ^ w ^^^f n~:\\J'
Teacher, as those who in their
Sot t sooner or later. Thf powe .
f4 bwith Potash, is the treatment
lyrmesrib utagious Blood Polson, but tIal t r
dM-apApotoitibt ]ethe invariable rj1. These uni-
lesr~ andern tions, au apparently the
.det-be is ,,e and ette patient believe ure perma-
nont, bat ~tsooleans better when t.i30 syluptona
return \Ihonst aW eoi as the treatmeiit eft off, You
taist either keep tihe systemn sAturated i mercury or endure the tortures
to re mouth, ~wtetitel throat .4A4 dthe mortification that one Mattirally
eels- 4xhen t~he .hodyH covered with disgiistitg soas,'rashe. coppet coloed
plotches and oteitggrvating .symptoms. of thtis ile disea. "
f Mercury and Potiih tire poor crutches, ttd their useevettually breaks
down the constitution, ruins the digestion and cauxwe the bones to decay,
S. S. S., a guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, is the
*' iouily antidote for Contigioui BlJood 'Poison. It do-
stroys every atom ot the deadly virus, overconies the
system so thoroughly that never aft.r are ay signs
of the disease seen. Nor is the taint ever transit tced to others.
\Ve will sens4 freeour book on Contagious Blooa0 Poison, which i inter-
esting and oentainifull directions for treating; yourself at home. -Media
advice or any special information desired gTven without charge.
7THE SWifFlTr $pC C. stAWTM. a.
galIkAWM AIAMA A& A
Men We Want toTalk To
We hlie' ehrf (f 'rtver,ty l (1- i i vKt aittlWi ta t clothhtA Ir)ep'-
,f OwerJ myl in 'tfi 'iewil.A ttiw fthe pof70 ive ftef t!c i the cf.ot-4 f;
Severe mlln Gt',vir ie trdidc~ tl o eight to t( for oil his ldothi g
, .Kacwh wekik wte will pubtlih aZ li
TO THE MAN WHO'
fi il xp.r blf'au' wt I
-Beltiior,, it,, widS flfyfait'i"" lnlt
i of Iln ikt I O I iott .o,^ -W,,ld
tAll tir ,, u mnt bIelr this laItll
M artgvmlit on this sa. d1et. )A
S SOMETHING OF
Why areo the bestdremsed meui
lii Oainevtlle our patrons? 4
Why do experts on dtresn inva-
raably buyt Irom ni?
The answer i onbvlous-they l
know what they want In tcloth 1
ng and their dc orloilitltoi 4
t'(ll t.6ieil we have it R1
1 'l 'urstatur to sip /M tfd1t if the
flU0ons 0w re put to) cI Ithe e l-..
weZU#tf-e eir."ftINl d.srMafs in( fai0s#- 0
thl&(ilhi Mid .vi A ldy/ fr' r'acivcl,,
afftff .,s'Ph. /krti F'it ch '
thk instant rous AmIsd Of w
be: hy,; Ala :s Ietd el' *
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leot platto for thi n transt clikoato, 4it
tune lonlror thall others, tooniqtru
,, uieti ttoriatertai, aud moat afrttiale
U p. to diated .n1'eve rVy "
d tati aud Un-
s odi by us o"~0wus i
without 4 single fatitire
w w.nt i piano fir f.' l
ervli y bu .L *i
Mtioe bulow iea,, I oo..:
tor 0rtemu O1
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. m-ALLA .
the 6,de whi h
SL ERLIN S tr,
Q0Iebrated Case Was Callead a4
eral Imnportant Wotn ou~mesWar. .
tl e Will -be :oa pH,, d
Ofrocit court convi ned at 9 o'ilook
Mo*Gad nioraing,t'r Is Honor Juoge
Wlr, preuit Were cheerfl
/P TheO lory f the tase of theState yi e.
John Ctasterlint, mu rder, which were
empahoeled jan4 oworn in Saturda 4
niht, Irebaining 'iW^ confinement allO
daj:r A'fay, filed into the box. They
;ap:0tea d little fatigued at .haVng.
be, aShst up it the eourt rqou n for
tJ t y- hrs, but were cheerful
Thbl being the time set for the fa-
mntOONlatorlin trial, all parties inter-.
este4in the case were 'present.: On
onte ide of the long table sat the prias.
on 'ohni Easterlini, surrounded by,
Is n ither siter and brother, as well
A$ blei conel, Hon* Iobt, W. Pavis
d4 '0l6, T1)rasher and 6 Hfle. The
hncomplexion was somewhat.
bghter ^tha on Saturday|, and his
Ipresson more stthee l, t.he short
goor exotel0L nda Itobert 1 the 0
t n Vrlsop cell having had ta ten-
0to prove brdld to, him.jT
O3 the o'p0 oi idei4 of the tabl satb
t .he ros-ecti!ng attorney, foas. pen$
he. hotn,- 8jd L.ob4eryed a, ha.d
tlver, paid behind them Sam O *lark,
rooter of the alleged victim of John
ast Orllns bullets.r
After the dlln f t hthe o roll jury
h4 *itnettstese ald t1.e pper opening
pateemony~tthe trialgante g
SThomasv TMcLeol, a practieling
isioa o adt Newoerdy, *eore the
rdaer ooutred, was the first wit-
Ater tht usual quertiona as to
i la:.e, roidence, ocupati on
w1i6.11 the 4thnes, answered
ptly, the facte in the cas e in so far
li was aware were brought out.
Moteod testified that he was iln
berry on tonday, October 18,1002.
'as hitting in hia oitcoe late in tho
son;a1en-a phe~bea.ti a tptol er
P shot, He rusahedI out of his oinli
p4 .over to the depot of the Atlantic
osat Line, a short distance away
m as he. advanced to a positlidr
ere he could look eastward he sherci
ithter shot-, and observed a hand
lltog a, pitol, Oxtended t from ithe
: door of the saloon thoihiti.g south
nTly he hard another report
P smoke risin the weeds about
;ee foti .h rear of the salon
i; proeeedto the spot in the weed
observed' uTom Olark lying
446 th around in a wontided eond tiwta
^p|a^ tir ranching Mfr. Olark wit
tAtBeade that EAltri8li came oQl'o
bar, approached Clarik, who Wa
#1 tylyng on the ground, and atket
Wastk it uh (Mr. WetL) had his lis
He then aidressed Olark, saying
0-4 ( you ye hati it out with you
>^ iA4 if $0on) wait, 14ny alaro I'll give i
It" y"." Witaaue ab.iifled that he re
moniittrttld with taserlina, aned aske
birn not to htarma hln any ttore. i1
*t*tted dOting hJi ts'ytiiaony that hi
was certain that 'Eastarliin was intox
teBte'S. In descoribiing the wounds, Dr
M#otId *tated hatl there were bullet
or buckshot wounds us follows One ti
the center of the back, near the spine
Wbhifh catttute inuitediza o im;riilysia, eat
"S r ia the shoulder liaade, another ii
be *farni, anil nat itn rous birdaho
^potiH Mda in the lugs or aKt victim, a
Ull as a heavy charge of emal
shot in the arni. lie satted tha
1.e Wats unable to state puas
eitely whether thl larger wound
we.re Inflicted with a pistol o
with buckshot. Rle thought it probe
a, ble that all charges were from a shot
gIn loaded with mixed shot, as sever
a; shot were tired. pIe within ss in hi
I ptofosaloaal 'o|*linion, stated that eithe
of the three larger wounds wouhlt hav
S The wiJtess ttstilled that .. OlarU
was removed to thilt holie of Mr. \VWes
where he lived until Thursday fol
low.ing, nearly four days. lie statc
that on the dayClark was shot Eastorlit
eate to the West holne and used som1
boleterous Ianguago. 114 wai, in thi
house aud did Inot s,-t, lasteriui, lbu
rciognised his voice. Ile wouldd ao
S di ltualnsh plainly what hesaid, how
I' ever. : v .
L The witnles stated in rose e amina.
tiot h'@ t,ogher wit. h Dr. uthe
W"oma Clark, O
,l.IM : D 0Z EN TIMES
c kSq Monday Morning, .n4. Soev
: othe Stale-The S at
k tl*t 0ge xercising Evqry.
1`1,i probe hothue ball in the. back
of the victim, fbut, were unable to se-
ape s ,fh hJ-e also stated to.hat what,
rea"Diblkd a 24oalibre pistol ball was
oed -er.Olarka clothing when he
was taker. to thie t ome of Dir. West.
S/W. .Tpucker was next sworn. He
ita4ed that he was at the time o., the
shooting nothry public at Newberry.
,. NI J. Barry and others were
present at the house with i4r. Clark
the evyirag following. th shooting.
A) this juncture Hon. Syd. L. Carter,
representig the prosecution, produced
a a per which'Oe handed to the wit-
6"Do .you recognize this paper?"
asked Judge Oarter.
"I do," replied the wirpesE, after
cfluerulc v scrutini.singsr the document.
'"Tell the jury what I; is," remarked "I frther 5 tOe that John, asterlin
Judge Carter. followed me up-:and beat me with his
"It is the dying declaration of Mr. gun wheatI w i down and ina hel3les
Olgk Y replied the witness. ,.. onditlo, '.
Ai, this' point the- attorneys for the "'Sworn0toind subscribed before me
d tfensu nuwade objection, and theowit- thlis' the 18th day of October, 1902.
ne's was turned over to thf IThe W H..TUCeK N. P."
wittnes admnttbed that this statement J ustlde WH, Tu.cker was recalled to
might not I hve been "the exact the stand, atid the examination was i
Word of Olark because he wrote the 'continued. He'atanted that no other
stgteme nt"im inel', fread It to Olark, dedlarasion ,waa xade by Clark. The
and Olaric signed it stating that it, was victim being. paralyzed it was very
corroot, difficultfor him to speak, and he re-
The jury wa retired, the witness re.- mained as quiet as possible.,
lieved teampotrily, anrd the question The, rOssis examination of the witness
as"to the admissibility of this paper or brought out no new evidence, and he
declaration was taken up. Hon. Robt. was relieved.
av for the dfese made aat elo0- J D. Davis was next called. He1
quent, plea. for the exclusion of the testified that he drove tup to the front
paper, claiming that It was not the of the bar on the afternoon of Monday,
words dictated by the victim, now October 18, where be fond John
dead, but nothing more than an ordi- Easterlin standing in front of the
nary document lin the form of art oath building. rHe 4.i1pped his horse, and
before a nutary public., The paper was noted that East eilin appeared to be
submitted to Judge Willi, who read it excited. He wasacquanluted with the
carefully; It was then handed back to defendant, and wa. positive as to his
the bar, and in reply to Judge Davis, identity. He stated that Eastbrllu was
SHon., Ben. P. Calhoun and Hon. Syd using abusive language to Clark, who
Xl 1. Oarter spoke for the admissibility, was sitting down at the window inside
Sand it was finally admitted in part, ex. of tile saloon, with his form exposed
eluding every clause about which there frotn his waist up. Witness testiHied that
was any possibility of a doubt. Easterliti addressed Clark, inviting.
, J)r. McLod was recalled by H-on. him to come outside and he woul. kill
e Syd L. Carter for the prosecution, hiinl to which Clark nmtade no. reply,
. Judge Oarterasked fthe witness if he Failing to get a reply, Easterlin turned
, was present whei the statement was and walked 'away, remarking, "I'll
t made by Clark. kill you before I go to sleep." Witness
. "I wag not there at the time," re- stated that Easterlih had a pearl
s- plied tho witness, "but I came in just handle pistol in his pocket, anad that
g: afterwards. Mr. Tucker told me that he saw it.
. he feared Mr. Olark would die, and Court took a recess. until 2 o'clock,
* h4d asked him to make a statement, when that body again convened. :'
f H9 made the statement and Mr. The first witness called in the after-
s Taoker wrote it 'in substance.,. He noon was J. e. Guthrie.' After being
d then read tto Mr. Olak, who said it sworn, Mr. Guthrio stated that in 'o-
Swos orrrect ,anad .Ige4 It," Witness tobert, 1902, at the ti t of the kI4 ing
S.stilad ta at iei : never read the of Tom Clark, C. B1. iE;a berlin,. Total
, statementbiati tt Mr. Touker read it 'Clark and himself were engaged in ishe
t over to e. n the prespale of Mr. liquor business as partners in NeWt-
- Clark, as ,*.at Mr' iark .'had admi t- berry. He had nothing to do with the
Stdalgiii iit, ; matiagemon t of the business, neither
" tho jury was retired and the state- did Mr. Eastarlin, Tom Clark having
M h6et or d$ln dgjrition :admitted been selected by them to manage' the
- by th etra i*sda to the jury as sane, Witness stated that he went to.
*. follows i ,~ thosalooni late in theu ,afternoon of
t ".:$tate of 'loIdR, Alaahua .fYuutty- October 18, 1902, where he found Johnt
S "e or, me, ar.t bary publl in and EnSterlit and Tom Olark in a quarire1
, for ,a*ld onptyaad State, personally They were saying hard things to ileaihi
* appeared '!tm W, C lark, to toe Well other, and both appeared to bei angry,
n knownn,' who w tkes the following state- Clark said, "John, I don't want t have
t ueiti any fu&awith you, so leave nte aloette
S"'r s M"4 o and J. Barry Witabrs took Easterlin by the arm and,
I1 have justK'tol ftmeth'at my condition l led him from the place. As be reach
t seriotlus, ad hat thil statement l'm ed the door he looked back and '-saw
- here 'tak~tag isy ng 'steniement, Tom Olark .take a pistol from he ihelf
s and i m ake t fr et;' 'd truthlutlly aud pitae. it iu his hip pocket., ie and
r with the f1ll knIwledge th. adeh is Easterlin went up Mite street together
i the as,*..' short distanee aid n
S "John ~ iaraln m n bar this about twenty minutes heard the ihots.
- afternionm 1 ".. was working arid 8omeote remarked, "There inust tho
a gave me `sne hud wor. I s'aw, he trouble between John Raiterlin nd4
r was driU1titIg Sa vet t 'little heed Tom a lark." Witunes procedeld to
o to him. 'John ate se bak to the br s rapidly as, pogibleo awd saw,
the bar latest near ientownu Come Towt Clark lylig oat the groMd 1n the
k Ih wlthI.la a ah f *O nd _aied' reaPt of ae.aaloon, and some one told
t, or l bottle o *, t4 as I a s I' osin had shot 06ak. Mr.
I- ge :t sad -W ilth, kh ot hittikle ated that Olark .wal twakeu
d mea. and I tl, then 4 t btimd into the bonat of" Mr. -a
n .shots as 'me as I ttl:.a'l": away. I .t eo.e* lMminto M, at. c-
e munet sv *, '.i f tlse sta l t that when he -, met
e He began the ithltIs# *5 a* iS Uc 5. the:. he semMed
naua o nenlam W. W.. thadi aetd, Ue w* 4.itti that he
at "SW nr
- thiS, the
a. pieto lin ket. prob.
6g... Ittoay aes o fo Sxute
.~0T ht'CW rlea.n.nos "'ectec thoe ainedho.ipetJod of ranfa g
,^ ; ) pro4nct cauet oco. !' I Anl that the 4ol'intgre.'. t l--w1est apd extract of =alt:
-,e orf th thlglaet possible quality and of arbolute purity 'nnd, n that ever n
A m the ttheh pait
O bi V OW j typs pa lCo, A o0 (hfW"
the pret isst, drew a diagram of the
Same for th in orma tion ,of the jury.
This iiagram was made, as nearly
correct ft poail, W nd 'howed the
location of heb uildihig, fences, dupot,,.
atroe0,et o, and for h4lf-:an hour the
jury carefully scrutinized the roughly
drawn 0.otike of .:,he scene of the
tragedy and its vicinity. The counsel.
for the defpo- objected to the filing
of this diaram at a part of the '.wit- :
neas' testimony, but after a long dis-
cussilon the court overruled the objec-
tion and the diagram was ordered filed,
to be identified as part of the testi-
R. ., West was sworn. He.e tated
that heknew bot liTom'0C lark and John
BANNER. $rAI K
I te' ot Italiag sale in
the world. :tt cures Sores, Quti, t
Burs. .an4d Skin DiSeS.e0.
Itsgak o pps o itt lat
Chiao. writes "o bad aSO 9
Pueafr severalyear- ANR Sa
cu dad p amieeatt
ffyeral doctors and remedies Mad faCad
to relieve me." "
QUA RANrWE Ppw- e*uSto
Sold by W. C. Wallace's Drug Store.
Basterlin. He, was coming from his --- ---.-. ----- ..
work late on the evening of Monday,
October 18, 1902,.wh.en he was told by Planters and Growers of Long
a friend that Tom Clark and Easterlin
were engaged in a fight at his back Staple Sea Island Cottoe will find
gate (which was-,i the rear of the sa-
loon). He proceeded as fast as possi-
ble to the place arnd just as he reached it-to their interest to communi-
within a few yards Easterlin fired
With a 'shot gun. Clark fell. Mrs.
Cate with THE CA ERON AND
West ran out to where Clark was ty-ONAND
Ing. He grabbed. her by an apron
which she was wearing, and Easterlin BARKLEY COMPANY. Charles-
fired again, annumber of shot punctur-
ing the apron'. Mrs. West severed-the to S. C to7
band of the apron and ran away, when "
Easterlin approached Clark and struck ...........
him over the head with the butt of the
gun, Mwhle hewas down. Witness ap- ..' r n
proached Easterlin and said, "....My d,".'
God, John, you have killed the 'best | ..' ; ? .
friend you have in the world." Easter-
lin replied, '"You don't know," and t'.: .
went bak .into the bar, returning with I ^l:,,,-, ., t t t tor
a palr .;of patol.. Witness stated ov ti't", .o
that 'he approached .Easterlin and .. ar.t:.
grasped one of htis hands. The pistol
i, "that -ha4d was discharged twice,
bth bsals'lenetrating the fence of a __- o
hog ben near b- He then wrenehed p o tert
one pistol ftn Easterlin, when he WASHI GTON D.
gave p the othoar voluntarily. Wit- _._ _
a'ss es tified that. Clark was taketi ._'i : ____
tits homoe, where he lingered four
day .d died. WM. ANDERSON,
SMr. o.st stated that Easterlin, on
th evening of the shooting, came to Contractor
his house with a double-barreled shot- to
gunn ah demanded to see Clark, stat-, lefctriC Blls and rBlrga Alarms .
itig thiat" ,je wanted to finish .him."'
He was of touet refused admittance,
-at whlicht he became very indignant, so i
the witness said. Elecic Liiht Wiring a specialty.
nOler n ePaninatin. r.W All wo k gua sranteed in aecoraace
O croos examination. Mr. West with the Southeastern Tariff As's'n."
Sstaed tst when he reached the body
o Oltark he picked up his pistol. It eve ordes at Waits' Bicycle Store,
W a lbr, shht, and 'two rThomas' Hardware and Seed stqre,
was a 82-allbre,siSht,and Gaieville. Fl,
ohabe.ra had been discharged. He .....
tated that Easterlin was apparently SH"tlFIrs SALE.
both angry.and intoxicated, but when & ser and .by virtue of an eteouon issued
I.Out or the Circutt Court of Yhontd a. 5th Judictal'
he arrived seemed perfectly willing to IcuLt h eteand for Alachu, county, on the s at
obeyh.im "a- ... l ..-.. V ... .4r
The court adjourned with the Px- titd by virtue of an order inade 'and rendered
-on thte 4%h dAsy of June, A. D3. t, In t4Wd cause
antination of tnIs witness until this by the J& of the th a Judaloal Ctr1At of',"
morning at 8 o'lock, whent Mrs. West a, e.U ne o ."erto
will be placed upon the stand There orty Pttthe sa d J. Fryer, and will We,
are only four more witnesses, and the M ao on Mondaa. the 2mday "of'Jun e
d r t e eo a e t e fo llo w -
taking of testimony will likely be ta l rit"e otproperty', towfl Ilote
f0lisld by noon today. a e rre a brrel whske.
ox on Ba.bies. er es anm o w mo
orT tl:a 75 bottles beer; 1 de 0 Wuaagay;
Extreme hot weather is a great tax lot emPty s atks: totoa as .ea
ulpoa the digestive power of babies; sadines. a property to e
whemapny and feeble they should be Sherftfof A elac ua Cout
given a tow dom~e of Whitee* Cream J. A. AMM ts. Att. for a
Veriiltoe, the children's tonic. It NOre ..-
will stImalate and feilitate the di- se .st e tit t e 0 .l,
i o t lohdat 014 B or4 o at,.s
' : .' : ..o. . .. s pottA nrI
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