RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1891). .
JBcnato Passes a Bill to Estahlkh
Mew Criminal Courts.
THE JIM CROW CAR BILL
fa.scd Second Reading in the House To-
tal Tat rrouded In the Rmnu: Act is
41 C nts on the llundrcrd Dollars.
1'nHTT sr ovnlHy.-IntheHeJatetbe
.ill to ratify the Madison connty bond
sue. of 17 waa tabled. The hill passed
o provide graled scboo Is for Mt Airv.
forganton and Nowbern. The (hnl-
urd dispensary bill passed today by a
nf 'Ct 1 t
V 'r V A Y.
I I'oitrr TifiitiJi I)av. -In the Senate
l.o hill passed to amend the public
jechool laws of iLe State aud devote
iJl V),0OD in I per cont. bonds to public
rcliool purposes. Messrs. J. 1 Cald
veil, J. V. Holt, J. K. Pavis, Joseph
.lacobs.J. I Hawyor.and R If. ArrufioM
vereelectcd trtisteesof the Morgnoton
hospital. Tbo trustees of the Central
hospital are W. 15. l.rt,K. N. Spaight.
U. 1. Hi'Kt. U. 11. Stancitl and J. 15.
I ri.urv-rofKTH Day. The Senate
nnsei toe Mouso bill lor n department
fcof rnntirig and Labor Statistics, but
fine-eased the appropriation to Sil.'OO.
The committee report on the Chrrlotte
(dispensary on i was unlavcraWo. A
nosaago was received from tLo (iov-
itruor norninutiug tho following direct
or of tho State Normal and Industrial
School, at Ircensborn : Fifth Con
gressional district, S. M. Cattis ; sixth
district, .f. I. Post, Jr. ; seventh dis
trict, W. D. Turner: ninth, 11. D.
(iiluier. Tuesg nominations wore
continued. Tho (Joveruor noru-
mutod for directors of the
Eastern Howpital at (ioldsboro.
1h following: Tor a term of six years,
ln'inninff March H!7: Drs. Klisha
Porter, I'euder county ; D. W. Buliock,
New llanovor county; Joa. K. (Iriras
Icv, (ireeue county, i'or a term of six
years beginning March is;!: Albert
Anderson, Wilson county; Shade S.
Wooten, Lenoir county; V. i'. IJonn-
ife, ( raven county, J uese noiniua
tions were also conhrmta.
i oitTY-KiKTU Y. lu tno Senate a
bill pusud toestablish a criminal circuit
court for the counties of ISuncombe.
Madison, Vancev, Haywood, Hender
son, ( aluweli. imrko, McDowell and
Forsyth. A bill asking Congress to
protect the depositors in tho rreed-
ln iu's bauk was passed. A bill was in
troduced to allow tho State to sell its
rtoclt in the Atlantic mid North Caro
lina Itailway. The Charlotte dispeu
Hiiry bill was defeated bvn voteol to 12.
The time-honored custom of giving the
t nv $ in auditicu to their per d.em
of 1 cuuo up in the form of a resolu
tion siirueit bv ;t; members of tho
Seuate. Senntors Hicks, Smith ani
Daniels made eloquent speeches
n'iunxt the pajsage of tho res ,lntiou
ii ml over half an hour whs consumed
in ilincussiug the falsity of the
jriuciple involved, Senator Daniels
even coing so far at to pro luca a ?J
gold piece, which, he said, he would stive
to the pages but was unwilling to cx
1 eud tho State's money as a bonu. to
them. Finally, by a roll call vote of 'I'.)
ares to It noes, it was decided that
Hie S should bo given to tho bovf
t he special order for tho election of
tho trustees of the L nivei sity was taken
up. 1 he mint committee made the fol
owing nominations: Kemp P. Pattle,
ran0 county; Charles M. Steadman,
iluilford: 1 II. lSusbee. Wake: II. C av
Wall, Kichmond; Jienhan Camoron,
hurham; John Fries, Foresyth; James
S. Manuiosr. J'nrham: llobert M.
Purmau, Wake; Wm. A. Guthrio,
urham; lhos. S. Keenan, Wake;
James A. Lockharf, Anson; Richard
II. Lewis. Wake;Jas. I. Murphy,
I'ucrombe; J. Ij. Patterson, Forsyth;
Fred Phillips. Kdzecombe; 1. A. Hoeb-
line;, Jluncombe; Harry Weil, Wayne;
William T. Whitset, Unilford; E.
llnle, Cumberland; Charles
M. Cooke, Franklin; terms to ex
pire lt)M. Thomas J. Jerome, Union.
in place of A. J. (lorrell, deceased.
Those with terras expiring in l'.'Ol:
Henry l Faison, Sampson, in placo of
P.. D. (lilmer, October, 1 811 ; Thomas
H. Pierce, Duplin, m place of . F..
Hill, October, IS'Jl; James Sprunt, New
Hanover, in place of D. O. Worth, de
ceased; li. Julian Picot, Hulifax, in
plnca of . it. Allen, resigned; Jos. 1.
Caldwell, Mecklenburg;, in place of
himself, October, 1101. Those with
terms expiring November !)), 18'.)'.); II.
A. London, Cuaiharu county, in place
f A. H. Merritt, Ootober, Frauk
Wilkinaon.F.dzecombe.in place of I W.
Starne, deceased; E. K. Outlaw.Bertic
October. 1SD1. 1 hese Domiuatiens were
continued by the Senate and House.
f ohty-sixth Day. lhe Senate con
vened as a committee of the whole on
the act to consolidate the public school
laws. Most of the amendments adopt
fd tend to increaso the power of the
State Board of Education.
Fokty hf.vknthDay. In the Senate a
bill passed to provide five thousand
dollars for penitentiary, it beinsr de
clarcd by the executive committeo that
the penitentiary did cot have enough
money to pay for the return of escaped
convicts captnred in Washington City.
Nearly one hundred local bills were
passed The Senate met at 5 o'clock in
special order to complete consideration
of the act to reviso and consolidate the
public tchool law. Section was the
only section unconsidered. It pro
ide that county boards of rchool di
rectors shall adopt a series of text
books which ahall be used for three
on each county dispensary; 100
on each in a town of less thau to); gjoo
on each in a town of between MX) and
2,000 and dispensaries in cities or towns
Lavicir no township dispensaries 8$oo,
and on dispensaries in cities or towns
having over 4,000 people $1,000.
f okty - rontTix J)at. The Honsa
amended the revenue act taxing dis
pensaries for cities over 6,000 in habi
tants o for counties $-00 a year. Sec-
nan .;, imrosing a graanatea franchise
tax on railroad capital stock, was
adopted. The tax on undertakers was
reduced from gj to 810 on Carroll's
motion. Section GO, imrcaio the nw
graduated tax on gross e aroinzs of .
road, was adopttd withont any altera
tion. The tax on telegraph, telephone
and express companies is fixed at 2 per
cent, on gross receipts in the State.
Counties, sections and towns are not
allowed to levy auy additional tax.
iceuse or fee except ad valorem tax.
Auctioneera ray 31.1 tax in towns of
over 1S.0O0; bicycle agents, 810; rent
collectors, $ir,-. butchers. 87. 60; wood
and coal dealers. 20: cotton com
presses which press not less than 100.-
000 bales, $100; cotton factories in cities
of over 1.200. 815. On marriage
icensos are 81. Tho motion to strike
out commissioners "niav" crant
icense and substitute "shnll." was
FoUTY-riFTii Day. The House dis
cussed the proposed tax on the gross
earnings of the railways. Judge Con
nor ottered as a substitute a resolution
directing the Railway Commission to
assess all railway property on the basis
of six per cent, on the net income of
Fokty-kixtii Day. In the Honso
Julian's motion to strike out the sec
tion of the revenue act taxing
railroads on their gross receipts
was voted down, after lengthy debate.
Overman introduced a resolution di
recting the Railway Commission to re
assess all railway property, taking into
consideration the gross income and
franchises. A bill passed to restore
the old form of connty government to a
number of counties. It provides for a
roturn to the mode of election of com
missioners bv justices of the peace. It
applies to Vance, Washington, Cas
well, Bertie, Pasquotank, Montgom
ery, Warren, rew Jlanover, i'erqui-
mans, lrankliD, Edgecombe and
Granville. Clarkson introduced a bill
to make the appropriation of $10,000 for
the Soldiers' Home.
Fouty-sf venth Dav In the Douse
a bill pasiod preventing the State
treasurer from paying warrants issued
by tho board of tho State Deaf Mute
School. The revenue bill passed. All
substitutes for the section imposing an
income tax on railroads were voted
dowu. A bill passed changing the
time for local option elections from
June to August. Under a suspension
of the rules the Senate bill appropriat
ing tf.i,uoo lor use uy tue new execu
tive board in meeting the immediate
necessary incidental expenses of ;he
State's prison, was pessed, Republi
cans votiug no. The bill came up to
provido for the better working of the
public roHtl of the State by allowing
any county s commissioners to levy a
special tax of not less than 5 nor more
than i" cents on $100 valuation for per
manently improving the roads. The
bill was not voted on, but goes over,
It dees not apply to all counties
about 40 being excepted.
THE KAT!0i S IAW-SMKE1S,
He Cables the War Department to
Send the Oregon Immediately.
FOR POLITICAL REASONS.
Much Speculation in Washington as a Ire-
suit of the Admiral's Request Troop Ship
SonJia has Arrived at Manila.
sustaining Power of Ice.
'Though there is u rule in the Brit
Ish Jinny noout the sustaining power
of ice," explained an army officer,
"there Is no such a rule in our aruiv
regulation, though the engineers have
a formula which covers the matter.
Their formula in brief, is that ice
three inches thick will sustain 100
pounds to tho square foot; four inches
will sustain a column of infantry and
five inches artillery. In Central Park
New York, and Druid Hill Park, Bal
timore, skating is never allowed until
the ice Is three inches thick on the
lakes. I ho same rule Is observed in
other skating parks. Ice two inches
thick is safe enough for a man to skate
rn on.1 iv..n fgr i num1ur nt tli fell iik
time, but that thickness of ice cannot
1h depended upon for parks where
great crowds gather Ten inches o!
ice will told up any weight that cau
be put upon it, as far as people are
concerned. Railway trains have been
run on the St. Lawrence river on fif
ecu inches of ice wiibout the slightest
suspicion of danger. There have been
number of horse races and carnivals
on the muison river on ten-men ico,
One of the best races of the kind 1
ever saw was on the Potomac about
thirtv-seven years ago, in which a
half dozen holies engaged, and tlious
ands of persors stood along the course
and watched it, and the ice was not
over nine Inches and a half thick. In
lSf6 when the Potomac broke its freez
ing record, there were i.nndreds win
drove wagons and carnages on tno ice
from here as far dowu as Mount Ver
non, and teams crossed the river at
vnanv noints. It was over thirteen
inches thick and lasted two vceks."-
Washington, D. C. (Sic5a!). The
following dispatches have been received
at the Navy Department:
"Manila, Feb. 24, 1S99.
"For political reasons the Oregon
should be sent here at once.
"MiXiLA. Feb. 24, 181)0.
"The Yorktown arrived. Charleston
and 1'etrel cruising around the Philip
pine Islands. Affairs more quiet.
"San Francisco, Feb. 2:i.
"Tho Oregon arrived at Hilo, Feb
ruary 4th, and at Honolnln February
ftth. The Iris and Scandia arrived ou
the 12th. Giffen."
Mr. Giffen is dispatch agent of the
Department, The cablegram from Ad
miral Dewey asking for the Oregon was
received with surprise by the officials
here. No one knew, or at least would
admit that ho knew, the nature of the
political reasons why the admiral de
manda the immediate presence to tho
The cablegram was taken before the
cabinet and fully discussed. The ad
miral, it is said, possibly feels that the
moral euect of the presence of the big
ehip on tho insurgents themselves, and
patricularly upon the larger element
among tho Filipinos that is believed to
be restrained with difficulty from join
ing fortunes with Anginaldo, with
whom their sympathies lie, would be
good. But there is an underlying
doubt whether or not the admiral may
not be keenly sighting a gathering
cloud in tne East ana is looking to the
prevention of auy possible intervention
or interference by European powers in
the struggle now in progress in tho
neighborhood of Manila. It is believed
that in tho big fires much property of
foreign residents and business concerns
was destroyed. That these flames were
caused by the insurgents cannot be de
nied, and it ma be that some of the
foreign naval commanders in the East
aro disposed to seize upon the pretext
that their interests demand protection,
which we cannot afford them, to make
a landing, or do something obnoxious
to the United States and likely to en
courage the insurgents.
The cabinet gave some attention to
Admiral Dewey's message about send
ing the Oregon at once to Manila, lhe
Department reached the conclusion
That too much importance should not
be attached to it; that Dewey wants
tho big ship to influence the Filipinos
through fear. Secretary Long when
asked for an explanation of the refer
ence to politican reasons in the dis
patch said: "I am sure that it has co
international significance. You may
state that positively. Probably he wants
a fine ship there as the American com
missioners are about due and it will
give weight to the American represen
500 Insu gents Kit ed or Wounded.
General Otis has cabled the War
Department as follows: "Manila, Feb.
24. On the nights of the 21st, 22d
and yesterday morning, insurgent
troops gained access to the outskirts of
the city behind our lines. Many got
into hiding and about 1,000 entrenched
taemselves. Ihey were completely
routed vesterday with a loss of killed
and wounded of about 500 and 200 pris
oners. Our loss was very slight The
city is very quiet, confidence restored
and business progressing. Otis.
Forty -second Day. The House lu
committee of the whole considered the
revenuo act. The poll tax was made
SI. 20; the general State tax 2ijj; the
rensiou tax. 3); school tax. IS; making
a total of 43 rents on the hundred dol
lars of property. The net provides taxes
on bank and bmldiug and loan stock of
non residents shall bo paid by the
cashier of such corporations. Tax on
gross profits from untaxed property is
live per cent. Taxing incomes was
adopted. The tax on gro.;s profits and
income from untaxed property is 5 per
cent. ; on gross income from salaries
and fees, nb!ic or private, 1-2 of 1 per
rent on excess over 81.000; I of 1 per
cent, on excess ovor 81,000 to $1,000; J of
1 ocr cent, on excess overs i.uoo to sio.
000. The "Jim Crew" car bill passed
its second reading. The act exempts
freight trains and relief trains and al
lows the railroad commission to ex
cmpt roads whose gross earnings are
less than fifteen hundred dollars
mile. The penalty for violation of tho
act is one hundred dollars for each
Forty-third Day In the House Al
len introduced a bill to abolish the
railroad commission and establish the
Railroad Insurance and Building and
Lean commission. Craig's separate car
bill passad the Houses on its tiual read
ing. Sections of the revenue act were
adopted to substitute a gradnated li
canae tax for the merchants' purchase
tax. Winkler offered aa amendment to
tax diapentar.es on a graduated scale,
An Immune Conies Bsck Witt Smallpox.
One case of illness which has been
diagnosed as smallpox, developed at
at St. Joseph a Infirmary at Savannah,
Ga. The patient is a member of the
Sixth Immune Regiment which arrived
a few days .ago, and is now being mas
tered out. Immediately upon the com
pletion of the diagnosis the patient was
isolated at the pest house, four miles
out of town. No fear of a spread of the
disease is felt
Proceedings of the Senate tai Hesse Day
Fifty-third Day. Formal discus-
ton of the Hull armv bill waa besrun
in the Senate. A bill for the rolief of
certain Lynchburg, Ya., tobacconist,
no had failed to pay their internal
revenue taxes in time, was passed. A
meaaage was received from the House
transmitting the bill ranted bv that
body appropriating $0. 000,000 to be
paid to Spain in accordance with the
terms of the Paris treaty. It was re
ferred to the oommitte on appropria
tions. The poatofSce appropriation
bill was laid before the Senate and its
consideration was resumed. Butler's
amendment reducing the amount to be
paid was defeated, 45 to 14. The bill
wag then paased.
t ifty-itocrtu Dat. The sesaion of
the Senate was devoted to two special
orders, the reading of Washington's
annual address, an annual custom of
the senate on Washington s birthday
and tho pronouncing of eulogies on
the late Senator Justice S. Morrill, of
Fifty-fifth Dat During theentire
session Senate had under consideration
the river and harbor bill. Good prog
ress was made, 80 pages having been
uisposeu or, with the exception of one
amendment. A bill reported from the
committee ou military affairs permit
ting volunteer regiments to retain their
colors and deposit them in the State
capitols passed. A bill granting to the
Donison, Bonham and Gulf Bauroad
Company, all rights privileges and
franchises heretofore granted to tho
Denison, Bonham & New Orleans,
railroad was passed; also a bill author
lzing the Georgia Pine Railroad Com
pany, of uoorgia, to construct a bridge
across the Hint river, in Decatur coun
Iifty-sixth Dat. After a sessiu of
nearly eight hours, the Senate passed
the river and harbor bill, by the deel
sive vote of 50 to 8. Among the bills
paased during tne morning session
were the following : Granting a right
of way to the Pensacola & Northwest
eru Kauroad Comnanv. over and
through tho United States naval and
military reservations near Pensacola.
Fla., and for the erection of a public
ouuaing at Elizabeth City, JN. O.. at a
cost not to exceed 850,000. The Senate
committee on military affairs reported
the compromise army reorganization
bill just before adjournment of the
Senate at 6:30 o'clock.
I'IFTY-SEVENTU DAY. After i WO
hours devoted to the consideration oi
bills on the calendar, the Senate, at
1 o'clock, began tho consideration of
the compromise army reorganization
bill whica had been agreed upon by
the members of the military affairs
committee. Speeches in support of the
bill were delivered by Hawlev, of Con
necticut; Cockrell, of Missouri; Car
ter, of Montana, and Smith, of New
Jersey, and against it by Gorman, of
Maryland, and Allen, of Nebraska. No
agreement to vote on the bill had been
reached when the Senato adjourned.
A bill was passed authorizing the con
struction of three bridges across the
Conech river, a navigable stream, in
Escanbia county, Ala. Forty-seven
pension bills were passed.
J? iftt-eighth Day. In the Senate
Cullom, of Illinois, presented the con
ference report on the agricultural ap
propriation bill and it was agreed to.
Allison, of Iowa, presented the con
ference report ou the Indian appropri
ation bill. After some explanation of
the report it was agreed to by the Sen
ato. Chandler, of New Hampshire, of
fered an amendmont to the naval ap
propriation bill, authorizing the Presi
dent to appoint two vieo admirals of
the navy who should not be placed on
the retired list until eight years after
the passage of the bill, except ui on
the application of the holder of the
the offices; the offices to cease to exist
when vacated by death or otherwise.
Thin bill is intended to advance Ad
mirr s Sampson and Schley. A bill pro
viding for 'the holding of two terms
each year of the United States
Circuit and District Court of tho
western district of Texas, to
be held at .Laredo, Texas, was
passed. The consideration of the army
reorganization bill was then commenc
ed. Several amendments, among them.
One by Mr. Gorman were adopted. The
language fixing the minimum of the va
rious branches in the service was
stricken out The debate was contin
ued until 7 o ciocs, when the bill was
passed 5 to 13.
est e r.D iitrj t't".oiiri.vra tuna
iha army, which has been uadarroa-
Deration fir aeveia! day, and the for
iificaticDt. The former crr' about
$;u,UO0.000 and latter ai p ottmatelv
.ToO.O'JO. lhe final ruu.trtbca r
px rt npon the Iodian approi riatioa b l!
was also adopted. The cnly amend
ment cf irn:ortacce-attic-bet to the
army lid wa the one gvug t
month' extra pay to ealiti t men in
the regular army who served LjusJ
the limits cf tho Uo'ted States darip-
the war with Spain.
A Lady aid Her Husbmd Sericus;y
WERE PROTECTING THEIR HOME
HAR4SSED BY INSURGENTS.
The Anur'can Lines kept Busy Monadoock
Joined in the Engagement.
Manila (By Cable) Thursday morn
ing the enemy commeuced worrying
tactics at various rarts of the American
line, apparently for the jnrpoe of
withdrawing attention from affairs in
side tho city. An attempt was made to
rust through our extreme left near
Caloocan, but it was promptly checked
by a hot and effective muaketry and
artillery fire. In the meantime small
bodies of rebels, evidently some of
thce engaged in the cowardly work al
londo, spread out between the city and
the outposts. Every available man was
sent to drive them away, with the re
sult that there was a desultory firing
all the morning. From 8 to 10.30a. m.
the United Slates double turrett moni
tor Monadnock joined in the engage
ment, hurling ten-iuch shells over the
American lines into bodiea of the enemy
as indicated by the signal corps. So
far our casualties are one man kiled and
ten wounded. At 11 o'clock there were
sharp engagements at the Chinese oemr
etery and at San Pedro Macati almos
simultaneously, but the artillery fits
from both positions drove the enemy
President Faure's Funeral.
Pakis (By Cable. The remains of
Felix Faure, late President of France,
were deposited in the tomb Thursday,
and although immense crowds of peo
ple were assembled at different points
there was no disorder. The casket con
taining the dead President was con
veyed from the Salles des Fetes, in the
Elyeee palace, to the Notre Dame
cathedral, escorted b a brilliant pro
cession. Madame and Mademoiselle
Faure. who had been praying the
greater part of the night beside the
remains, attended mass at S o'clock in
tbo chapel of the palace. They then
retired to their apartments and did not
take part in the procession or it the
funeral ceremonies, though they heard
raa6s at noon in the chapel of the
Ely?ee. The ceremony at the cathedral
was most solemn and impressive. The
facade of the building was enveloped
with sable drauery. Cardinal Richard,
are the archbishop of Paris, bearing a
crucifix, awaited President Loubet.offer
ed him holy water and then conducted
him processionally to a front seat in
Tb Deplorable Affair Ike tcsalt ef Dis
pensary Co stables' Ra'l a Private
Residence in Celambla. S. C
Daring the fighting at Manila, ou
the 22d and 23th, six Americans were
killed and 29 wounded.
Freight Cars by the Thousands.
Last year the contracting car-bulld-
Ing companies did the greatest busi
ness that they have done since 1S90.
The total number of freight cars built
during the last calendar year was 09,
609, the passenger cars were G99, and
the street railroad oars 4,650, or a total
of 105,1 uS. In 1890, the best year so
far as our records show, tha output
was 103.000 freight cats, but in 1S91
and 1S92 nearly 100,000 were Tjuilt
each year. The Increase of 1898 over
1S97 Is quite wonderful. In that year
sur reports are from thirty contractors
(and five estimated) showed 43,588
freight caTs. This year our reports
are from twenty-eight companies, and
from twcuty-slx others we have made
bstiaiates carefully checked. These
are mostly very small concerns. In
1S9C the freight cars built outside of
the railroad shops amounted to 51,189.
in 1S95 to 38,100, and in 1894 they ag
gregated only 18,000. Among the cars
reported this year we find 1.6G3 built
for export; of these, 330 were street
cars. In making this summing up of
car building last year we found 2,10'
street railroad cars reported to
been bullL Kallroad Gazette-
Philippine War Notes.
. Thursday afternoon the enemy's
sharpshooters were very active about
Caloocan. All day they paid special
attention to the three gun battery u sar
the railroad. There is a noticeable im
provement in the rebels' marksman
ship. A lieutenant of the 20th Kansas
and three others were wounded. One
man was killed. The fire was so strong
that during the night the headquarters
were removed to a church a few hun
dred yards within the lines.
The shooting of two Englishmen
and of Mr. Argentine, manager of the
Andrews Cotton Mill, at Tondo, is
get er ally regretted; but it is admitted
that this was quite unavoidable.
The current number of Watts' Offi
cial Railway Guide, published al At
lanta, is ono of the most complete
numbers of this valuable publication.
It contains 208 pages and a handsome,
up-to-date map of the Southern States,
making it an attractive issue. While
it is an indispensable and thorough
guide for railway and hotel informa
tion, there are many other items of
reference and interest i the tourist
an i traveler. It is on sale at 25 cents,
or will be forwarded on receipt ol
pikt pottage paid,- :
Gomez's Triumphal Entry Into Havana.
General Maximo Gomez, the Cuban
commander-in-chief, entered Havana
Friday afternoon escorted by General
Ludlow of his staff and Troop L, of the
Seventh United States Cavalry. He
marched at the head of 2,000 armed
Cuban horsemen and footmen. The
population of the city was wild with
The Rome, Ga., Iron company has
failed. Liabilities, $150,000; assets
Tho five story building of The Min
neapolis Tribune was bnrned Friday
night Loss 1,50, 000.
Two Pennsylvania trains collided
under the Forty-fourth street bridge
in Philadelphia. One person was
killed and 13 iajureo.
Mr?. Stonewall Jackson was intro
duced to the audience in the congress
of tho daughters of the American Rev
olution, in Washington, Friday,
Admiral Schley's friends will not
further press the tight over the ques
tion of Admiral Sampson's advance
ment over him.
A resolution calling for an investiga
tion of the charges of bribery in con
nection with the vote on the McCarrell
jury bill, has been adopted in the
A $10,003,000 syndicate has absorbed
all the iron industries and coal and
coke properties in southwest Virginia,
including nine blast furnaces and 120,
0U0 acres of producing lands. .
By permission of the authorities, a
party of blue jackets is landed every
evening troni tne urtusn cruiser jxar
Fifty-ftfth Day. The House
reached the last paragraph of the naval
bill and adjourned with a point of
order pending against a provision
fixing the price of armor plate at $543
per ton. Much tune was occupied in
debating the amendment offered by
Mudd, Republican, of Maryland, ap
propriating $720,000 to complete the
three buildings authorized to be erect
ed at the Naval Academy, at AnnapoliB.
The House adopted tho amendment
74 to 53. Two important provisions in
the paragraph providing for the con
struction or new snips went out on
points of order. One provided that no
more than two battleships, two armored
and two protected cruisers' should be
built at any one "yard and the other
provided that no bid for the construe
tion of ships should be entertained
from any firm or company which had
not at the time of bidding an adequate
Fifty-sixth Day. The House in
augurated the "custom which has pre
vailed for many years in the Senate, o
listening to Washington's farewell ad
dress on Washington's birthday. The
address was read at the request o
Bailey, of Texas, the Democratic
leader. Two hours were devoted to
the naval appropriation bill, but seem
ingly only the threshold of the debate
upon the cost of armor plate had been
Fifty-seventh Day. The Senate's
amendment to the Military Academy
bill was adopted. This bill now goes
to the President The Senate bill to
permit volunteer regiments of the
Spanish war to retain their colors was
passed. - The naval appropriation bil
Fifty-eighth Day. During the gen
erai debate upon the army appropria
publican, of Indiana, delivered against
the President and some of his advisors
the most scatching philippic heard in the
House for months. He sneered at the
President and tho influences which he
alleged controlled him, impugned his
motives, questioned his sincerity and
likened him to dickens' most contemp
tible character; charged his Secretary
of War with incompetency and predict
ed that the President would in the end
be engulfed by adverse public senti
ment. Fifty-sixth Day. In the House an
order to meet at 11 o'clock the remain
der of this session was made. The
Honse went ' into committee of the
whole and resumed the consideration
of army appropriation bill. The com
mittee rose at 2 o'clock without com
pleting the hill. Eulogies were pro
nounced upon -Senator Walthall, of
Tho Ninth and Sixth Infantry are to
sail from San Francisco on March 13th,
Enoch Carson, the highest standing
Mason in the United States, died in
Beni. F. Haywood, ex-State Treas
urer of Pennsylvania, died in Sharon,
a. He waa cue of the defendants in
the Quay suit
The Senate committee on public
buildings and grounds made a favora-
reporton tho bill appropriating $50,-
000 for the public buildtpg at Win
ston, N. O.
Gen. Wheeler has received an invita
tion from tho Michigan delegation in
Congress to visit that State in June
and attend tho encampment cf State
troops at Petoskcy.
Harry Cornish, on the witness stand
at the Adams' inquest in New York,
accused Roland B. Molineux of having
sent him the poisoned bromo-seltezer.
The Richmond, Petersburg & Caro
lina Railroad people have closed some
$200,000 of the options they bad on
property for right of way and depot
site in Richmond, Ya.
Postmaster C. W. Moxley. of Wad-
ley, Ga., was shot at the Terminal Ho
tel, in Wadley, by a mau named Hew
itt, who claims to be a Central Rail
road detective. ,
A Washington dispatch says it is not
true that the German government de
manded the removal of Chief Justice
Chambers, nor has the United States
or the British government demanded
the removal of tne German consul at
Count d'Altemas declines to accept
the challenge to a duel sent him by
Gen. Linares, -whom be had charged
with cowardice in connection with the
capitulation of Santiago. He declares
that he will continue the camDaign
against the generals in the Senate.
CoLfMBiA. S. C (Sic;al). Four
State contablea, charged with the en
forcement of the direnary uv, went
at 6 o'clock Saturday evc&iLg to
the residence cf John Staart a re
spectable citizen and a clerk in one
of the biggeat mercantile establish
ments in the it. for the lorpcae
of searching it to fee if there was
any whi-key in the boue. They went
wlih a search warrant, but were met
at the door by Mra. Stuart She sent
for her buaband who, on arriving, in
dignantly refused to permit the r-earch.
The constablaa stated that they Lad
been informed that be had been selling
contrary to the law and were determii
ed to make the search. Wcrds follow
ed and finally, upon ntaart -nraiag
Constable Crawford, the laer slapped
him. Stuart ran into I'm bou.
His wife had come out on the piazza.
From the doorway Stuart opened fire
on the constables. Crawford retnrno 1
it and shot Mrs. Stuart just below the
heart The woman waa danger
ously wounded, but not killeJ.
She is now lying in a crit
ical condition at the city hospital.
Stuart waa alao badly shot in the
mouth, his tongue being nearly aev
ered. In the fusilade that followed
Conatable Crawford waa shot through
the left wrist The sheriff and sev
eral policemen arrested the con
stables and carried them to a mag
istrate'a office. The news of the
shooting spread all over the city.
and soon 400 or 500 infuriated me a
were in front ol the cmce, masing a
big demonstration. 'lhe constables
were kept prisoners in the magistrate's
office al! night, guarded "by the aberiU
and his deputies. The two local mili
tia companies were ordered out aud
kept tho crowd pressed back. There
is no danger of a lynching, but public
feeling i wrought up to a high state,
and should Mra. Stuart dH as now
seems probable, feeling will run
Phiippine .Sot s.
The military police hare raided
several suspected houses in variout
districts of Manila capturing ama I
bodies of 20 to J) prisoners in cacu
place. This, and the 7 o'clock ordi
nance, is eflectually dispelling the fear I
of threatened outbreaks of the natives
who do not dare, singly or collectively.
to appear ou the streets after dark. The
feeling in the city has decidedly im
proved, although the Chinese are still
The German first-class cruiser, 'Kail-
erin Augusta, has arrived at Mauila.
The insurance agents refuse to enter
tain any claims on account of the re
cent fires. They intimate that General
Otis, having guaranteed the safety cf
life and property cf the inhabitants of
Manila, is responsible for these claims.
B f Ute,
Te rteatdaat has ar-rctaud r
St-reUry f Mai Warn. 1L Ia. f
Oa? t be Catted Htat eerreit jaif e
lor tte antb juJk- aI c-t
The Burs eotrroadat el TVe
LaJoa Dtuly New sat h irea a
triutUaatbuiitv. tbat Airal ;elp !
land will b rrea'a-1 acajd.aal at tte
Arcbbtshoi. Watt rt li!auic. ef
tb ctnrrh errtaiittuia taut i a
Tt Old fatoohca of Aum.t,'' Laa
w.tUdrawn trvm that boJy
CUarlesR Hon... cf New Yotk. Im
s3t Li ctiKk for St.uai t tU tnayor
id Vi&cbt. Ya . for the 1-ov.r of
tbatc.tr. Laxia a4 cf re uf.
AJjaUat Geo. Corbta i t iKttJ aa
aajiu to Stator FxHcLarJ U at Le
would taae orJore imnaediaivly tr the
mustering oat of the 1 a at SvtXh 1 axo-
Oanol Ilio. who commas JJ the
Spaaub troop ta tt PbUi ta.
cables (rem Maalla to MaJnd that the
position of the S aaiarda 'ia 1-ocotniaaT
vary insecure owing to tho tuovtatoi
of the inaurgeata of the twwa.
Tbelcaato foro gtt proierty iu the
incendiary fires ml Manila is ostiotatod
at SoOJ.iM. and to tativo ro-rty
foji.un. aujui aVU nausea were
A ft .A . .
Adisiaifb iroa lairll taya it is
rcmorod that nor la J. ItrnneUe
Duo d'Arco. former Spanish taiaitr
to Mexico, will te designated minister
to the United States oa the re ami Uoa
of diplomatic rclatuna.
A white cappers' league has leea or
ganized in Miller at-d Early eouatira,
Ga., and the gang is teirorizieg the
people of that sect ion by threats and
deeds of outlawry. The gaox baa is
sued an order that - beoro ahall L'e
in that section.
MIS I'll RIB.
Eijrt Thculird Fi'.ipirct ire kr.f
READY FOR OVERTURES-
kaaUa tatoet is !! lot team
tsa 14rt fee li t.a -CaiaaUxt fry
February Mb the folio1
lea ratified and at
Cayman Islands Swept By a Tornado.
A special from Kingston says: The
Cayman Islands, situated 150 miles
from here, were swept by a terrible
storm on February 13th and 14tb,
which devastated the country districts.
destroyed the local shipping and
caused several fatalities among the is
landers. The schooner h.tewater.
with her cargo. Ler crew
and have arrived here.
The naval committee of the House
has directed a favorable report on the
Senate bill creating the grade of admir
al, and intended for Rear Admiral Dew
ey. The bill was recently passed
as an amendment to the the naval ap
propriation bill, but as some question
was raised as to this method of proced
ure, the committee determined to re
port the bill as au independent meas
Philippine War Notes.
Major General Otis ha issued a gen
eral order directing all the inhabitants
of Manila until otherwise ordered to
confine themselves to their homes
after 7 o'clock in the evening, when the
streets will be cleared by the police.
The general also warns incendiaries
and suspects that they will be severely
dealt with if discovered.
The Secret of Success as a Writer.
The way to write is first to have
something to say, and then say it as
well as yon can. That is all there is
about it. If what you say is something
which the world wants to hear, an ed
itor will find it out quick enough when
you send him the manuscript So far
as "a chance to be heard" is concerned,
there is plenty of chance? The ques
tion is: Have you something worthy of
a chance? That you can only find out
by sending your manuscripts to ed
itors. "Influence" counts for nothing
in a magazine office; the only thing
that "counts" is what there is in. a
manuscript. Edward Bok in the March
Ladies' Home Journal.
cissus. to act as a special fire brigade
for wetting down the consulate , aud 1 Mississippi, also Mr. Love of the same
banks as a precaution against lncendia-1 state. -
rism. - - - - : ; I Sixtieth Dat. Tha House waa in
" j t 4 - session seven hours and sent to lis
The Umbrella's tel Rod
The steel tube, or lod, as it is called,
fanning through the umbrella stick,
was first imported to this country from
France. It was used for women's
parasols as far backas the '50s, but
It did not become an important f atnre
f umbrella manufacture here nntil
about 1SS0. At -first it did not find
favor with retailers, who objected
that if a man leaned on a closed urn
biella, with so slender a stick as the
lube permitted, the umbrella would
break. The manufacturers' persevered
however, and now the great majority
Df umbrellas are made with the steel
rods. This change was a decidedly im
portant one, allowing umbrellas to be
made much smaller and lighter than
before. The ribs of umbrellas were
formerly solid, and this pattern is
stiU used in the commonest grades,
iut the hollow ribs were introduced
; byji London firm previmis to 1840. The
j latter were at .first employed very
' sparingly, but. they became general lu
he '00s. Ne-rYork Post' . -
- Secretary of War Alger has aban
doned his proposed trip to Cuba and
Porto Rico, owing to pressure of busi
The Senate of North Dakota has
passed a bill providing for a commis
sion of three physicians in each county
for the examination of all marriage It-
Samuel Pasco's term as Senator from
Florida will expire March 4th. The
Legislature upon which devolves the
election of his successor does not meet
until April 4th. Governor Bioxbam has
announced that he would appoint Mr.
Pasco United States Senator for the
It is rnmored in Baltimore that the
Florida Central and Peninsula Rail way
has been bought by the people owning
the Georgia and Alabama land the !5ea
board Air Line.
The State Department has been ad
vised in a friendly way that Germany
thinks Chief Justice Chambers is an
improper person to represent the three
governments at Samoa.
The Senate committee on privileges
and electiona decided that there was no
case made in the protest against Sen
ator II anna, of Ohio, and has ordered
such a report made to the Senate.
A new fast mail train ia being talked
of to leave Chicago at 2:30 a. m., reach
ing Nashville. Yia the Evaasville &
Terre Haute, and Louisville 4 Nash
ville at 2:30 p. m., Chattanooga at 6 p.
m., arriving in Atlanta at 10:30 p. m.
The traffic men of aeveral Southern
roads have restored cotton rates to the
Seaborad to 43 cents from Atlanta and
Athens, to Charleston, Savannah.
Brunswick, and 49 cents from Atlanta
and Brunswick to Portsmouth.
The disratch from Admiral Dewey,
peaking of political reasons for send'
ing the Oregon to Manila at once, is
still the subject of general discussion
in Washington. But apparently the ad
ministration is satisfied that it under
stands exactly what the admiral meant
when he used the terms "political rea
sons." The Ellicot Square Bank at Buffalo,
N.Y., has closed its doors for good. An
arrangement baa been made with jthe
Buffalo Commercial Bank by wbich'de
poaitora will be paid in full on demand.
No statement of assets and liabilities
eonld be secured.
The steamer Neustra Senora del Car
men has arrived at Manila, bringing
the news that the American flag baa
been raised over the island of Cebu,
east of the uland of Negros.
The Daughters of the American Bev
olution in Washington adopted a reso
lution that the present Congress ahould
by the passage of suitable laws, make
impossible the elecifon of a polygamiat
to public office.
Ti eitril U.M.'S HittJe Juslii- t,
the p-ao for llitn-. mii. to m-uI
tbapu-r CI 4 ul..ic liu of 1V7. f . re
lief ut Trinity I-ui. I C nii r. . to
aii. .-i.J rh;ipi r l.C. i uhlic lawa f ISji.
to uppolnl a-Ilitloral Jusw.rs of lhe
peace for Hyde: lu aur.-nl thaptrr 111.
public laua il t. an.rl iia a
to drainage c-f Clark's
county; t aimnJ that it of Krjnkliu-
ton; t rtpial thait. r :IZ a.ta of !.
and chapter 129. a is of Jv-7. tj itu:i.r
the inscr.ptiun on the c ..i i r-: i.e !
the new tu;ld.rts at the n.s'.lluiloiis
fur the white Ll.nJ anJ n rro draf
mutes and blind; to -Ml; 1!i Murk Im
In part of Carver's ri-rk tA iih.p.
Cumberland tuur.ty; tn i r h.tii hunt
ing, ftshlrg or ttapplr-f ui:liut ir-
mi.sfioti; also to pi...Vt:t t.ird hunt;:-
without pirmlsMfn In i:n otb-. L.n-
coin. Halifax ar.d ln-:!l: l uii.i-r. I ihr
bankrupt law; to r I cliail- r f
Yancey villc: ir the it-l.tf of hilfT
allow ing o1Kc:l .n i t l.atk tax-; to
amend Yh Code aa I j prbiie of
to I noon oi ate 'insion-Sal-in Trust
and Peposi! Company; to al w lx
lnpton to 15 ue bonds; to aim nl tia; w
of Graham: to allow IvoVnton to 12
lands for st-hool purp les; to riu.r
frvlRht corporation which diriie to 1
business In North Carolina to domesti
cate themselves; to allow Nash to lev
special tax in Flock liw- Utrilory; lu
Incorporate the lseauf jft A l'anilK"
Itailroad; to provide for a folate tarl
of publjc Improvements; to &m-ii-i
hart or 29" tublic lawa cf to
amend tha pur 213. pr.vate bw f U
to amend section 2.H" f The C1; to
amend the charter of IMcnt n; r. lu
tlon. as to notifying d:r-ctora - f tit-
State's prison: to reculate hunt;nt In
Davidson; for the relief -I lale Tr-j
urcr O. A. Dract. of l;runi k. m.J hi-
sureties; to regulate b r.ds f oiU
of Craven county: to r.rov:!e f-r fi"
passage of fifh In Mintro crt-k; t
amend chapter 107. pti.ate lawa f l.
(resolution) rrovhlinc f-r eietiofi
director of the S:au-s t-ils'n; to
amend chatr 1". laws of 1M7; to
amend chaptt r 216. acts of HM; rat
ify consolidation -f ivierj-burg Itail-
way with other roads; to amend h:p
ler public lawa of l'!T; to .nror
torate inur-i-Ttata Tlj! ne and T-le
graph Company: to am-nd chapter Z
public laws of 1:: to an.T.d -t.on
14 and 153 cf The Vde by re-i.ivina
dlsabllitl cf married women as to
land titles; to repeat chapter Z. vl
ume 2, of The Cod; to allow MtDiwell
to levy special ta: to ;1jw J r.a
county to reil Its county home; t In
corporate Latt'more. Cleveland tounty:
to allow -rks to pay out c-rtin
funds under X20 to ir.in rs: to am-nJ
chapter 43 cf The Code; to r-pel
cf 19. reKard;nu dralnare cf Uig mj-
srar creek. M-cklenburjr cuunty; irer-o
lutic-n) for removal of Mate arsenal: to
repeal chapter 3C1. public l.wa cf lli
to prevent sale cf adulterated and mis
branded food; to Incorporate the r.rf-
vard Hanking Company: (resolution)
calling for Inventory cf inif-ntlary
assets; to amend chapter L7. acta cf
1&S7. to rrevent drunkenness: to ratify
the consolidation of the Wilmington.
Columbia &. A rust a Ilallroad with oth
er divisions cf the Atlantic Coat L'n;
to allow chairmen of boards of commia-
sloncra and 1-oarda cf education to ad
minister oaths In certain caes; to give
Perquimans county additional commis
sioners; to abolish July term cf c lrcu:t
Court In Madison; to declare the South
eastern Railroad duly IncorportM; to
Incorporate Hank cf Chapel Hiil; to
repeal the road law In Nash: to amend
chapter 34 of The Cod and chapter 181.
acts of 13; to repeal the Halifax road
law; to amend chapter ?S9. acta of lttl:
to establish graded schools at Kinston;
to amend road law In Graham county;
to establish a dlspenary at SmltbHelJ:
to repeal chapter 427. acta of W. and
chapter 152. acta of 1857:. as regards
Jonea county: to repeal chapter 171.
public lawa of 15C; to protect rubhc
bridges In Clay: to g-lwe New Hanover
two additional commissioners; to
amend chapter 20. public laws of 1W7.
to amend sections 154 and 1)7 of The
Cede: to amend section S. chapter 11.
private acts of U95: to amend chapter
ill. private laws of 1871 -72; to amend
charter cf St. Peter's Home and Hos
pital at Charlotte; to, change bound
ary between Ashe and Alleghany;
(resolution) to provide for election of
Justices of the peace; to Incorporate
Golden Itule Benevolent - Association;
to drain Muddy creek and tributaries
In Forsyth and Davidson; to elect cot
ton weigher at Charlotte; to amend
stock law In Henderson county; to pro
vide for cross-Indexing of wills; to
amend charter of Elizabeth City; to al
low Watauga to levy speclaWax; to re
quire State Treasurer to pay per diem
and mileage of new directors of State'?.
prison: to provlO for management of
negro normal school at Franklin ton;
to Incorporate Raleigh Storaga Ware
house Coinpany; to Incorporate .the
Olivia. Raney Ubrary at Raleigh; to
authorize and regulate actions to test
the right to possession, euatody and
control of the property of State's prison
and the convicts confined therein: (res
olution) to elect directors cX deaf mute
school at Morganfon
)1tl ittj CaU, !
cwta u ..'. Na-Ts 1. ca4
Ab-vau, waa wr tan 14 to ra
tatfaB taa w a 4 i!4- with
Acatk-.l4 wttk tmlfom to lbt-e-a
t'.aatra at alai-l. tetaraej
ta8h ar li Meo-iar aawtaaff.
1 '! B. wtk ol4 Jt-.i-atrfc
tvt tbe )aiar J. Ha oa
aa-J ttat laeiea.Jo a4 is 4
both at Maloloa ill iali4 l
wta-ciarea. WL.io Ik I i i pa at
avl jtt rii4 t rt4e tit
lti tt.oa a tby w.il t4'y r-
t a.tancB wa h La
bt.J for ait weeis tL i I f
fr-ti. ti aaitt of fo4 aal clutfciaf
farblliJ t Ibeui.
c-btfttiy aft wr4 lb tWte at eat
a (Lm truce, bvra Ly t tawi.4
I' l.aaa, aad total a4l
of tu itar lft tL r..ipia list
cry n "t ,. ! aalat.
.lu.-i riiMi Ma-tt llaao li.
c 'Uia.aaaau a 4 tLat f.ly f.0M -f
Lia iu tal hal aw;h aat wei
in o to uria4r. Atuoag Ik
euiy la tl ;a.gi. toaav w.iaa aa I
udlraa wi tiatb.. A ssan 14
btrr.il Joss a4 attasui (4 t cr-
tthth ir ra. bat ak waa at
l. Attr tbe party rtra4 t ik
Auiricaa liaa tbe aajr oa tbe rigkt
hfi m ollv. ta talu drptatar at
ibir fl. 1 b easdaltt to date. lr
regiBta. ar ava follow:
r trat (! futi.killl .w.aJ4
Wahtogioa lleintaet. kil!4 14. waat
l ii. Idabo liotat. ktu4e. ai4
d ij; I wurth t'alty, killed u. waJ
cl ?.'; rurtetlj laia&try. kil 4 14,
wouu4rd2't; Nvitk lakot tf.aat.
k IichI u. woau4d 1; Wyoming ii
Mut, kill4 I. wott4Ht 2; rsittk At
tillciy. kii.l o, wwaa4t T.r4 Ar
lillerj, kill I n,vvl4 2'i, l weiitk
Kabaaa .(-iuiMt. ktii4 4, (i.dl aa;
1 ir-t Mow tab, k 1.14 .V wwad4 44;
IcittU rnt.aTlata ll(iaiebt.ki.l4 2.
uauded 7; I trst 'olo-J i. Snt4 .
wound I 7; first NUak. kill4K.
wojrdvd 21; firt Soetb lUkat,kilil
V, woaaded V; I taU AildUrv. k tl S.
ouaJed r; I wtv tktrd liifaatry.
kMlaJ I. Wuua44 I; lLirleatU Ml
ota, ki led O, woaal4 I2;4s4 lr
sou. killel I' woaa44 I; J..-ttatu
Infantry. kilid I. wauad4 J; Mdtcl
lpartment. kill I, woaa4e4 I.
(ueral U'heatoa l e srl
King, wolsaiek at Saa 1'el.u MscsU.
tatHa a4 Oaas-.
In the Pruaslan Budget for 1893 oc
curs thla curious Item: "From lot
terlea. 82.000.0fip marks- about $20.
C 00.000 of our Bosey. These lotteries
are conducted under the direct sanc
tion of the state and are managed aa
honestly as any game of chance can
be. The Italian lotteries yield $15,003.
000 & year revenue: those of Denmark,
about $250,000; of Holland;- TUO.OOO; of
Portugal, IU25.000. I . . .
tiM(K.ratic fiKy Dcctarri.
Vasiiiin-f. I. C tS4-xril). At a
caucu ci to I'eniocratio auetabwra ol
tLe lloua of lleiabtativ. L14 ia
tbe ball of tL llu- Mo4ay aiixLi.
lu foliowiog dcciaratioa of itcy a4
reaolnuoas a t the 1 kuippia was
Mbol4 tbat tho ..-It utioa ,.f thm t'U-
i4 Mi' waa o4l.J aa4 MtaMobel iff
aa lu1-,.llfi. li-n-lvii t4 el--.-liar
wJ-i-, ti4 rtuBM Im M-e r.)y
pll-lt'a t( h rl r,t lna .t
to'jJitl'Hi. We, tbr'tr b4 t tbat e.j
oblal Klirr ot'y t tin Ibaul- t oyf
ifoT-rt.tbN.t aiij aueitlr t tko- fft-t
prlaeJplea ol eivil lit.- rtf wu-k wtar .-
.alil 1 1 rli-rWb W. mrm ui.aji-r-.M
p'jMa to tt: auil-ban-bl ! iy aT"
wuttf Itie t'ole4 si at -a wi'b IU
r-bt flie . I to tm f,mrtl. h4 I
v,f.fr.rniUjr i b tU prlaWfM w lixos't
tbe triluurlty ru-nii-r tt tbe fewltf ffatra
roxmitt' tu U.lrot a tt KUoalu; r-u-
l:. l-r l IXat lb lbll-l Utat-a bMf
4l-elloi any l!--o-.lll"b or tit'-b) to i.
r-isw raiab-bt e..erMtr, jr ln. .4
vbto otr to- I 1.I i( 'tir l-4ai4. t4 a-
--rt tb-ir 4e-ra.tb'lo ab-a liclejo--d.
bt C rruti-bl elil base ttu ef-K-t
tti-r--tu to transfer t' i4 ao-bw-t ni
t-rn wtii ti i ail t" r - bs4- at.i iui.
all t'eh'.t aw-orta id-r tber.-i t,f .atr,
ao l t li-ra iv !' iti g'iruii ui
ebtrU of lb 1-laoda to tb-lr --opl.
Ti verdict of tie jory ia tbe Adaros
l-oiaontog c, oa trial ia lork
Citr, waa aa follows: "' Bad tLat
said KatbnoJ. Adam came to lir
death ca leoruUr 2. fa Wat
Kiirbty-aiitU ut. by a doaeof eja-
aid of merc-iry avdui at tered by Harry
H. Cornisb. to ah o sai l oioa La4
Lea sent ia a l-oiil of Lromo eeltzer
by Koland 11. Moliacna.
The knlHir Staart
A tecial from Columbia. H. C.aays:
The cvroeer's ioqaet wm t-14 Ma-
day over tbe body cf Mra Jobs N.
htaart, tbe woman killed by Iiapa
ry 'Obstb1 Crawford r4taHy aigbt.
and the verdict was tbat tbe deoaaTa!
cam to Let death from "a gaaabot
wound Inflicted by the band of oae W.
It. Crawford, widialiy aad malieiooaly
and tbat J. C. Dora aad J. It. toIy
aad J. It. Coltmaa are aecesaertee te
Tall titer Waff lestereal
As a reaolt of a three boar's eeafr-
enc ltwca tbe esecative board of tbe
Maoufacturera Association aad ILe
Fall Kiver (Ma.) Textile Cs-ueed.
tbe final prorositioa to tbe oporat'vee
was a complete restoration of the wax
seal prior to tbe rat of Jaaaary S, 1r.
Tbe restoration will date from April
next lhe c-ffer will madeabtedl be
A rarliaaicetary laajairy Dec-i4 tfea.
lhe Hpaaiah fieeate haa, by vote of
130 to 7. approved of tbe bouoao'
Marshal Ttlartiaex de Cato, aigasd
by all tbe Kpaaiah geaerala ia tbe
Senate, demaadia? paxlxaasatary
Inqalxy iato the coadactof the receal
war a Tbe gevera meat supported tha
The Hecate committee oa apprenria
tioas haa agreed to iaeM-porato a pro
vision ia tbe euadry civil approjariaUioa
bill providing fY tae cwaausctioa of a
snb-mariae cable canectiBg the Catt
ed htaui with the Havaitaa Ialaada.
The ameadmeat adofitod ta tbe oae
ia trod need bj Senator rJaUer aa4 tt
provides far its aebaeqaeat owner
ship by the roveraraeat tae Nary e-
partmeatto porfarni tbe aerviee and
the cable, wbea eBi4ete4. to bo Der
ated by tbe rotrtolaoe lparlmat
The sailors of the American shin,
Erak aa 31. Pbelpa, which arrived al
SattTraaciscofrom mltimore.awve filed
chargee of inhanaa cob duct axei&tl
Captain Graham aad Firat aad Seeoad
Officers Bailey aad Meya. The aaea
told a pittifal story of atarvattpa aad
oruelty, said ahow marks of boaiiagaQ
rhe first detachment of tho filibus
teriag expeditioa orgaaixed at Kanaai
City for an iavaaion of Central Amer
ica Laa left Tbe soldiers of fortist
number about 150. Wm. O. Tbotnp
aoB. former captain of Covnpaaj D..
Fifth Miaouri Voloateera. was ia e-aa-maad.
Tbo filibnUrs xi-act to take
hip at Mobile for Kew Orleasa. -