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HALEIGII, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13f 1S09.
Ai Era of Great Prosperity in Min
ing Interests Looming Up.
!t,H VEIN OF COPPER 03E
.1 Near Salisbury Mr. Newnua Offer-
J $.'5,000,000 Tor On.'.roufth Interest
i tlnr Larc Cotton Mil'.
Hifl (Urelorment of tbemloing inter-
oi inn ntaio uas ucen tepid lor the
I ut 'ow months. A company with
unpin capital botiuht tho famous
fi .-.per ruitj'is at Jlln Win?. Granvillo
r, ui)ly, and is ruttiair ia an cxteuMve
pluit for g-tting out tho ora Several
i largext gold mines in tLo State
.1. i M
n n'l v pnsseci into tue uands of prac-
i.i' kl miner bucked by won with anfll
t-u ut rapitul to develop Ihem. Tia hat
J.frn discovered ia I'olk county, and
therw n h o j that it may be found ia
j ung quantities. A remarkable vein
i f c: . t r ore ha l ecu fonnd near
N;t!it.riry nnd n yndirafe of New York
m: itnl.oti h to develop tho find at
. tu n ci it Inrgo scale. Mr. Newman
t ti nt tin copier oro is almost an
ru i iix the fatnoits Anaconda mine, and
it : probable that tkU will bo nun of
! richest mining sections of the
I -Mir I sf:itT. There nemo to be a
t " . ..t lutnro for ruining in North Car-
utm. I' ho development of thin indu
r infiiK the addition f million to
tin wealth of the Htato, and a corres
ponding increase iu prosperity. Air.
Vewmnn, writing from New York, to
tho sdi'-bufy Sun, auy: 'l am Lcro,
t.. iti ? machinery and making ar--i!i-iu)iti
to mako Salisbury the
-ci)tr tf tho greatest mining district
in tho world, Hieie is nothing that
rnu hu foid abovit tho mineral ia the
uoiuity of l-juli.-dmry that can to called
f i 'tueriitian. I wns bid. twenty-five
;iuhou m cash for one quarter of my
holding iu tho Union Miuo a'ouu."
Frror ia Rctcnue Act.
What seems to bo anotbor bad error
In tho Kovenue Act has been discov
ered. It prohibit?. Treasurer Worth
thinks, tho sale of liqupr by a dispen
isrv except upon a physician's prescript
t'on. Soctioti St of tho Eoveuuo Act
uicu imposes a license tax ox 3 per
l ent, on pnt chasoi of liquor dealers
in'ad lition to tho ad valorem tax on
their tdnck and also an annual license
tax of ?i0 on druziats dculinsr in spir
iiuom I'qnors. At tho end of tho sec
tion tho following ioTir-os ftro added:
"1'rovidod, that tliin uot shall not au
thorize any druggist to Pel! spirituous,
viiiou"! or Lialt liquors except ttpou the
I rrscrii tion cf u practicing physician,
a- now ullorrcd by law; provided, in
tov. ni with less than tiva hundred in
hnltitnut.i, and in towns where the eale
of liquor is prohibited by law, twenty
tjvo dollars shuli bo tho license: Pro
Tided, that this section shall apply to'
all dispensaries." Treasurer Worth
thtuki tho last proviso a mistake. It
vas evidcnt?y meant to apptr to the
Vw ony, but it applies as well to the
provision except upon tho proscription
of n practicing physician.
CU Oif ccrs Rc-EUcted.
Tho director of the Insaiia Asylum
n et in Ilalei.'h aud !ec'ed J. D. liigg
chuirm.kii, and J. . Utjllutny tecrotary
ami r!oik; Jnmos McKe. Wiley Uufort
Mud 11. II. Stancil, executive commit
te. 1'r. (ieorgo 1. Kiiby was re
rlcrtcd nj erintendnt at the former
m'ury of i'J.SOO, and Villiam 11. Craw
fold, Jr., stuwart at St.'o;.', this beinc
au mcrtMMo of $200 becnuse to his dutiet
Rrr mUiod thono of ntcwurt for tho crim
mai idsano wito are contiucd in t
t tnitf 'itiury. Jlrs. M. M. Whitakes
wua ro olictod matron at $500. Th
rintttr of providin? fur the crimiuai
lu'u'ifl nm left tu the executive com
A Goo 1 Stowing.
Hie execntivtf voinmitteo rf tueNortl;
Carolina Stuto Fair met in Baleigh. I
siiown that the receipts of tho lat
fu r were $S,C(K); that all premiums bar.
leeu puiil aud tho annual iuterest pai
en tho bond", and that all debts, savt
hud beon paid. This amount wa
I'l loied raid, and thus the Stata Agri
ciitural Society will not owe a cent. A
claim of rfarly ?l, 200 for the the ui
f and damacro to the fair grounds bv
the Second Reiment wa9 made on th
government, wuieu lias paut $oo oi
Tirst Hatchery in the State. A
The first frh hatcher jr that North
Carolina ever bad will lo in course o?
construotiou within a Yew weeks. "Al:
the plana hare been- prepared and the
grounds laid ont...Th"e hatchery wil
be located on Pembroke Crock, one
uule f rani Edenton. It is on the lane
of C. W. -lJea, .aud contains lifteer'
toroa, for which the government paui
S.7 ;Tho total aipropriatiou for.sitt
cf halchejy and buildings is ,13,0tK
,'hich"leave' $U,033 for tho construe
;'tion ;(-the buildings." There ara tw
buildings to be constructed. These ar
3ha hatchery proper au'd tha cottage for
:use of the superintendent.
, 4 . .
v ..Oviter Pirates Captored.
j. ,Chairmaij,' Clayton writes from Eliza
shethCitv to the secretary of "The
Shell Fish Board" that the steamer
Liilie has captured three illegal dredg
ers. Under tho new tocime. the wav
, of the oyster transgressor will be hard.
Tho attachment of the secret service
to the supervision a new
roent will result in a rigid
ment of tho penalties.
' FayeUvillo voted favorably on
Proposition to issuo 15,000 for aa elec
tric light and .motive rower plant and
So, 000 to pat iu a system of sewerage
Cooleemec Cottoa Mill.
A company that is said to control un
limited capital, will soon begin the
rectioa ol one oi the largest - cotton
mills in the State at a point on the
oath fork of the Yadkin river, about
four miles from Mocksville. The mill
is to be named the Cooleemeo and, it
is ?aid, will be one of the largest in the
country. The company will spend
'ever a million dollars near tha site
where the mill is to be located. Th
company that is tc erect the Coo lee me
mil is Hidepeodent of the new ce.ni
, paay that will develop the "Narrow..'
.. . . . ; . .
Pushiiif Work on tha "Caredina-Northjrs.
The Carol in a-Nortlrtrjj' ' .Railroad
tvhicli is being surveyed from Marion,
H. C, to Lumbertonr thence ia th
directioa of Goldsboro.is being rushed
. rapidly, and the contract for grading,
will be let oat soon. Captain . J. IL
McBee is the chief eogloeer.aaeisted bv
. M, LvCaiaaiiBg aud W. F.ariislo. J
' A traoi cf 4sad lying -sear TJrfce
--Oeek, b Orwveo; eronntrr- abemt tlvi.
slta frwa Xewberne, ad 'known a
-ik iteekwelt farm eoatafaine6,tJ4i
ieravhast-3- sold 16 lha " JKixXu V
lopar Lvtaber gompauy, I Nor
public raiNmo case.
Jiiozt Browa OfCiJet it Afilwt Baroei
Judge Brown has rendered It ia de
cision in tho public printing cas. After
considering th p'.eadiags, afudavits
aid argument! of eonnal tha court
1. That there ia no eanse of action
stated in the plead ines aainut Kdwarda
a. oronttuioo and Uzzel.
2. That plaintiff ia not entitled to a
mandamus against Clyde IL lloey aud
h:a associates, former member of joint
Committee on Printing.
3. That, if p'aiatiil has any remedy
for the alleged breacli of contract it is
by acr, or against tttate for dauiago to
be proieonUd ia the court appointed by
4. That thia proceeding cannot be
Wherefore it is adjudged that the
proceeding be dismissed and that plain
tiff and it proseoution bond be taxei
with coats by the clerk.
The law is Silent.
The Hecretary of State has received
a telegram from the Mayor of Marshall,
asking on what day municipal elections
should be bt'.d under the now law. The
secretary of Htate niado a careful ex
amination and Hilda that while the net
of 1907 ruts the tirst Tuesday in May
as tho date, instead of the first Mouday
in May, the act of the last Legisinlnro
repealed the election laws and then
two laws were passed oue a general
election law and the other giving cities
and towns, townships and counties au
election law. Bat the latter law does
not name a day for holding an election,
wnne tne general election law pojh
notning about town election, bo that
it seems the dey named in the Code
that is, tho iirt Monday is the proper
or to. J.ne. Secretary ol Mate tele
graphed the Mayor of Marshall as fol
lows: The act of ltf'J7"ia repealed.
jjaie ot town eioctun is not named in
Neither Gettnr any Salary.
There is, or rather will be, a contest
in the courts over the cCice of State
agent of swamp lands. Gen. W. O.
Lewis, (Deiu.) of Goldabovo, was elect
ed to tho position a mouth ago by tho
Board of Internal Improvement?. A
short while before that John A. Katu-
6e3, Utep.;, olalibury, uxu been re
elected by the Stato Board of Educa
tion. Both have sent in bills this
month, and neither has received any
mouey, nor will rccoivo, Superintend
ent Aiebaue rays, tiutii be receive in
stru?iion3 from tho board or tho courts
iecida tho matter. Gen. Lewis' bill
for 91.41, from Feb. 24 to April 1st.
Mr. Bamsoy'e bill is for from
March 1st to April 1st. He has already
received pay for February.
Machine Shops Burned.
The machine shops and foundry of
the Kester Manufacturing Company,
situated two uiilos northeast of Wm
stou, were destroyed by tiro. Tho tire
is thought to have been tho work of
inceudiaries. A wooden ntorage build
iag belonging to Mr. Cicero Tise was
a'.so burnod. Both buildings were dis
covered to be on tire about the name
time. The Kester Manufacturing Com
pany had 3','jOJ insurance on its plant.
the loss is several thousand demur in
excess of this amount.
Tha Moravian Eastor services in
Salem at aunriso in the graveyard Suu-
lav mormug wcro attended by a large
number of people, there being about
i.UUJ persous preseut. i.uo graves
were beautifully decorated with llowers
ind evergreens and during tue day tne
graveyard and cemetery were visited
by thousands of relatives and friends
who hare loved ones resting there.
Bif Rise in the Price of Lumber.
Thero is a big rise in the price of
lumber, and it is said it is due to the
great demand in Cub a. Tho price
here is $00 per 1,003 feet for pine.
I here is also a heavy elemand for cy
press telegraph poles: and buyers and
inspectors aro at work in the cypress
timbers on tha line cf tho Carolina
Central and Baleigh & Augusta Rail
toads. Another Unloaded Gun.
Fooling with au old pistol that was
jot known to be loaded was the cause
,f an accident in East Durham. Wyatt
Alan cum aud Ceba Collins were clean-
ne an old can whau suddenly it went
ft and the ball entered Collins' les
just below the knee, inflicting a pain-
ul thongh not danserous wound.
Looks Dark for. Bono.
Tho career of Charles Bobo, oae of
he two men who escaped from the
Custer massacre, is. about to be cut
.hdrt.i " according to a report from
-lavanfC coutained . in a letter to a sol-
lier at Portress Monroe, a. Uobo is
i regular from North - Carolina, and is
jow unuecsoaienco oi ueaiu, pro-
lounced by court-martial for killing a
-.obcamau.: 'THs step-father, D. A.
lanipe, of North Carolina, has en-
isted tieoator Pritchard's sympathy in
die caaa. : ; . . . ' . . - - -
Tar Heel Notes.
Macon eooaty ha) settled its taxes
"or 1993, by paying the State Treasurer
'SJ,006."TS2r '"" "
Tho Potter Block ia Snow Hill wa
lestroyed by fire, caused by the throw
ug of a cigar stump in a pile of rubbish,
oss, about 35, 00J; partially insured.
A letter from the hospital at Camp
lolnmbia. Havana, says that only 10
nen of tho First North Carolina Begi-
uent failed to go to Savannah with tho
In the five hotels at Southern Pines
ind one botel at Pinehcf t, tDore' ere
.ow 1. G00 guests. alio . towns are
iwarming with people from New Eng
land aad the North..-" ' . .
Daring the monthof March Winston
lhinned 1.805.17 pounds or mauuiac
nred tobacco. The stamp sales for all
purposes aggregated $216,580.23.
- The State Treasurer says he will, as
joou as a demand is made, publish ad-
vertisemeats for bids for the $110,000 of
4ionda to par the etebta of the peniten
tiary, aad the fj0o,00O for the purchase
f farms. There is.a great demand in
Iv&nra for these boneis. Bids are. iu
act, pouring ia now. They are to be
l ier cent, ten-vcar bonds, ana 103 is
flared for them. The Trtasarer says
i confidently expects to get 109. tie
sill have to give. 0 days' Cotice.
Articles of incorporation of the B. X
Rvnolds Tobacco 'Company, with
capital stock of $5, 000, 1 00 have- been
tiled With the Secretary of State of New
Terse The company is empowered to
care leaf .tobacco-and buy, manufacture
and sell tobacco in all its forms.
-ictrrbandit'j among -t hem- An ton io
Nnoez. a desperado, were captured hve
miles - from San Luis, Cuba, after
a . lively I fight with men of the Ninth
immune Besrimeot. -. a
' Miss Florence Qaiaby, daughter of
Mr, WiUim ia. uatupr, ex-minister to
the 3?etherlaads, and editor of the De-
Urcit Free Press, was married fu De
troit to flrJf Aioaia ueinoios, ox
I Sill 1811.
Germany Considers the ruew Gov
URGES SPEEDY ACTION
So as to Tretcnt Further D-fftuities
Tcrcelain for lire White House Bnrninf
of the AnJrens Uuse.
Bdtr.i.v, Special. Both Mr. Whita
and tie British ambassador, Sir Frack
Lascell, conferred, with Barcn Von
Bulow Saturday with conference to the
latest famoau developments. Tho
German government earnestly urge
tho speedy appointment and dispatch
of the commission so as to prevent fur
A foreign ollico
oiiicial who attempted to speak for the
government, tells tho correspondent of
tha Associated Pre83 that the action of
tha Americans and British is a clear
violation of tho Jiamoan act; that Ger
mauy inteuds to adhere to thia view;
that she considers the new government
cf Samoa illegal and that she has so in
structed her ambassadors nt Washing
ton and London.
Au oiiicial telegram from tho German
consul at Apia, Samoa, dated March
24, sstys that minor collision are daily
ocenrring, and that tho bombardment
continue?. The dispatch adds: "Ta
nu, yeterda3, was appointed King
at Mulinnu, by the other coubuIs aud
commanders. Business is at a stand
still. All tho shops havo been closed
since March 15."
Washisgtom, 1). C, Special. The.)
Secretary of tne .Navy La3 received tha
".San FrANOts' O, April 8.
"Secretary of tha Navy, Washington:
"Malietoa Tanus installed as King
on the 23d. with appropriate ceremon
ies. Iteport by mail. No lighting einca
tha 21st. Kautz."
Porcelah For th White House.
Washington, D. C, Special. A not
able ceremony, occurred at the Blue
Boom of the Executive manbiou at 11
o'clock Saturduy, when tha French
ambassador, M. Cambou, presented to
the government' and tha American peo
ple, as represented through President
McKinley, two maguifficont Sevres
vases from the French national pottery.
at Sevres. Tho gift was from tha lato
President of tho French republic, Fe
lix Faure.autl commemorated tUo open-
lugot the newrauco-American citno
on Aug.l7.1ast,whon Presi'ieut McKin
ley and President Fame exchanged tha
tirst mcsssng over tha new line, be
tween tho Whita House and the Pal
ace of the Elyseo. The vasos and ped
estals staud nix or eight feet high, and
are of a deep blue, characteristic cf tha
line3t Sevrei ware, as well as in happy
accord with the prevailing colors of the
Biua Boom. Tho presontation was
made tho occasion for a happy ex
change of international greetings, M.
Cambou making nn address and tha
Burning of the Andrews House.
New YortK, Special. Despite
cenca on the jart of the police,
have become public which jrake it ap
pear that the tiro which destroyed 13
persons was of incendiary origin. It
transpired that a few hours beforo the
llanies wera seen, a policeman was sent
lor from tho Andrews house, and was
mysteriously dismissed by a servant,
wuo said that ha was not wanted. Lot
ters threatening tho Uvea of tha An
drews family and tha children of Mrs.
St, John were found. It is believod
that tha motive for incendiarism was
revenge, nud that the affair rose out of
a quarrel between tha servants. Foley,
tlu butler in the Andrews family, is
under surveillance, and the police
are hard at work investigating the
clues, which chiefly rest- upon tha
A Mystery of the Sea.
Ii.FKACoiir.E, Eng., Special. The
twruler Vivid has arrived hero and re
ports that when 15 miies ofTLundy Isl
and she saw tha masts of a large vos
sel disappear and soon afarward saw
three men in a dmsy praying and
shrieking for help. Tne Vivid endeav
ored to reach tho men, but tua boat
sankand its occupants did not reap
pear. The Treaty of Peace.
Washington, D. C, Special, The
exchautro cf ratitcations of tua treaty
of pence between Si ain and the United
States, bigned at Paris, will probably
take place in this city this week, and
that ceremony will be followed by a
proclamation by President McKinley,
officially announcing tha close of tho
war with Spaiu, and tho resumption of
friendly relations, commercial and oth
erwise," batwoen tha two countries.
Liabilities S341.000; Assets Si.
Chicago, III., Special. Ebenezsr A.
Hyde, who was formerly iu business
with Joseph F. Forsyth, under the firm
name of Forsyth, Hyde & Co., and was
connected with several large foundry
companies, has confessed insolvency,
bv scheduling debts negregating to4I,-
000, with no assets. Ail the debts were
contracted before July, ib&i.
An Expedition Launched.
Manila. Special. At
Kiag urdav Generals Lawton and
launched an expedition of thrae gun
boats, with 1,500 picked men iu canoes
in tow of the gun-boats. - The object cf
the expedition is to cross tha lake, cap
ture Santa Cruz aud sweep tha country
to the South.
Drowned by Backwater on the Yellowstone.
Glendtve, Mont., Special. The ica
broke on the Yellowstone river Satur
day nignt and washed away three spans
of the steel bridge. While the ice waa
temporarily gorged, the backwater cov
ered thousand of acres. At B. W. Sny
der'a ranch, five persons left the house
fcr higher ground, but tney were
caught and four of them, Mrs. R. W.
Snyder, Misses Nellie Began, Bose
Wybrecht and Eugene O'Connor, were
drowned.' The fifth member of the
party, Jos. Myers, was rescued from a
tree after Beveu hours' exposure.
Ralkoatl Suits Dismissed.
Savaxnah, -Ga.,- Special. Judge
D,on. A. Pardee has signed the decree
of dismissal ia the great Central Bail
way liberation. There Btiil remains
the bill of the Louisville and Na3hviiie
Bailroad upon au undectded demurrer
and a motion to strike oat the emended
bill of tho Louisville and Na hville
Bailroad Company.; The order of
Judge Pardee recited that the Central
cf Georgia Bailroad Company has no
light, titler or interest in the leasa cf
tha Georrja Baurcad acd banking
Company, and is perpetually e-hjoiced
from ever asserting cr eatting up auy
jight in tua pcssessipu or management
Deprimtnt sot Sore That It Will Prave a
WAsnrxuToy, D. C, Special. The
crdnasca ofScera of the War Depart,
meat are of the opinion that the great
1G- inch gun now being eoofctructed et
tho Watervliet factory will be ready for
tr.nl b7 tha early fall, ibis is tho
greatest piece of ordnance aver manu
factured in this country, and it is
three inches larger than the heaviest
gun in use in tho navy tho 13-incu
guns on tho battleships. The uan
ufacturo of this great gun is
in the nature cf an experiment, and
unless its success is folly demonstrated
by practical tests, there is no probabil
ity of Its duplication. The ni-tkeled
steel ingot from which, tha iuaia tube
is constructed, alono weigh 1f22.300
pound. Its diameter is 74 iv.chr. The
cost cf tho gnu ho far in its cruda xhupe
has amounted to over $70,000. Yhen
finished its total cost wi:l ba S150,OQ0.
The estimated muzzle velocity is 1,975
feet a second. The penetration ia steel
vill be 33.3 inches at a distance of two
miles. Its range wjll exceed 15 iniioe.
Hon. Walker Fearn Dead.
Bichmoxd, Special. lion. Walker
Fcarn, who ilied at Hot Spring, Va.,
was buried hero Saturday in Holly
wood Cemetery. The deceased was a
rative of Alabama. Beforo' iho war ho
pcrvtid as an attache cf tho America?
legation in Belgium, and as eecretary
ot tha legation in .Mexico. lie wa3 u
Coufederato commissioner abroad in
18G1, and was - subsequently in the
Confederate army. Ho was rpposnted
minister to Greece, Bonmania and
Servia by Mr. Cleveland, where ho
represented the United States for four
years aud was chief of the department
of foreign affairs at the World's Colum
bian Exposition, and later a judge cf
the international tribunal in Egypt.
Imprisonment for Debt in New Jersey.
In future any man who is imprisoned
in New Jersey far debt may remain iu
jail for life unless soaij special law is
parsed by Congress to release him.
Judge Blair, of tho Hudson county
court of sessions, has so ruled in a de
cision rendered in the caso of Joa.
Schitzor, a furniture dealer of .Tersev
City, who sought to take advantage cf
tho insolvent debtor act of Now Jersey.
Judge Blair says that the United States I
bankruptcy act supersedes tho New I
ucrsey insolvency act, ava tnat ioc
feited boad3 entail impriaonment.
A Flexib'e Currency.
New York, Special. A declaration
for a flexible currency based upon tha
gold standard, was adopted by "tho ex
ecutive committee of tha Indianapolis
monetary convention, at a meeting in
this oity. The me64ing was . called by
tho chairman, II. 11. Has no, of Indi
ana,, for the purpose of getting tho ad
vice of the committee upon tho recom
mendations lo bo presented to tha Be
publicau caucus committee of th
House of Kepresentatives, which will
meet at Atlantic City, on April 17.
Senator Thurston Changes Base.
PniLADEt?inA, Pa., Special. Sena
tor John M. Thurston, of Nebraska,
made cn informal address at the Union
League here Saturday ni;:ht. Among
other things he said he had changed
front and was no longsr a, conservative,
but au annexationist. He believed this
country's attitude ia the present Phil
ippine situation was right. Ha ra
gareled Aguinaldo'a uprising as simply
h rebellion of anarchy, which must ba
A Silver Senice and Boll for New Orleans.
Washington, Special. Senator Caf
frey, Bepreseutativss Meyer ami Daley
and citizens cf Louisiana, called upon
Secretary Long Friiay, and requested
thet the cruiser New Orleans bo Rent
to New Orleans, as it is proposed to
present to the ship a silver service and
a bell. The New Orleans is st the
Brooklyn navy yerd undergoing re
pairs. Tbesio will be completed in fiva
weeks, and then tha cruiser will prob
ably be sent, to New Orleans-a3 re
quested. Fcrtunale in Having a Man Like Mr. Hay.
London, Special. The Spectator,
expressing its sii-cero satisfaction at
the tone of the proclamation issued by
the Schurman commission to the Fil
ipinos, congratulates the American
State Department on "its foriuna in
having at its head such u man as Mr.
Hay, a really great public servant, and
one who knows wi'.at statesmanship
A Big Failure in Atlanta.
. Atlanta, Ga., Specicl. Judge New
man has appointed T. D. Meador re
ceiver for the firm cf O. A. Smith &
Co., of Atlanta. Creditors of the firm
filed a petition ia the court to havo
them adjudged bankrupts, aud Judge
Newman at the same time issued an or
der requiring the plain tiff- to give bond
in the sum of fSD.OOO. The liabilities
of the firm approximate 5200,000, and
it is expected that the assets -will be
very near the same amount. The firm
is said to have been badly crippled by
the failure of Moody & Brewster.
Admiral k'autz Blames the German Consul.
Apia, via San Fsancisco. Special.
The Associated Tress had nn inter
view with Admiral Kautz. He spoke
quite freely of the situation and con
siders that he has been greatly insult
ed by tha German ccusul general in is
suing his counter proclamation, -j
Saw a Three-Masted Steamer Go -Dowoi.
Penzance, Eng., Special. A fishing
lugger, the Wildflower, - has arrived
here, and reports seeing a threo-mast-ed
steamer fouuder 11 miles northwest
of Sevou Stones. Tha crew thinks tho
steamer was a French vessel. "
Mataafa's Forces Shelled.
Apia via Saa Francisco, Special. j
TWn lnve Wn lively times in Samoa
, - . c . ti,. rr;
daring the past Jewdaye. r Jf,110.1
States and British warships have
6hel!ed Mataafa's forces repeatedly,
and sailors have been landed to pro
tect property. Numerous casualties
have resulted on both sides. ..Malietoa
has been eyowned King. Admiral
Kautz and tho commanders of the
British ships ara anxiously awaiting
edvices frcm their governments and in
the meantime the shelling proceeds
daily. . '
Gcmez Renstated. '
Havana, Special. The Cuban gen-,
era! 8 met Friday at Mariauao and of
ficially decided to reinstate General
Maximo Gomez as commander-in-chief.
, They also decided to ap
point an executive board of three
rrenerrfs to assist him in dis
tributing the S3.000.000 in the de
tails of disarming, and in the organi
zation of tha rural police for the prov
mces. Ho win oa omciaur noiinea oi
their "actioa end a procla'matioa will
probabiy be issued to the Cnbaus.
. . . mcjm i, -
Tbe mind cf a wise man is lika a good
gun jit has both long range aad a good
Four Thobiand Cats of Spoiled
Meat Thrown Into the Bay.
WAR DEPARTMENT WILL
la estimate Ockjatct Appelated ts the
Ciar's Disarmament Coafrcss U0.O00
Blaze in kaoiuiile, Tena.
Havana, Special. Captain NV1
Gainer, iu charge of the relief of the
destitute of Havana, and provost o! this
city, has declined la give a receipt and
thus make himself accountable for 0,
JK) caaa of beef, 300, wj can of toma
toes and quantities of dried apples and
other stores, knowing that part of
these provisions are spoiled. Chief
CommiBsnry Smith is reported to have
received a letter from tho actios erora
missary general, at Washington, dirrct-
icg him to destroy spoiled meat with
out action on the pari of the board cf
airvey, though fucu action is thonsnkl
i roeedure, according to the regulations.
Followiug Smith's instructions. Major
Muliiken'a clerk, Benson, eaya
4,010 cans of spoiled
thrown into the bay.
The War Department Will Investigate.
"Washington', IX C, Special. Tha
arraignment of a large amount of tha
canned beef eupplied at Havana, ef
which, it is charged, 4,4'JQ cans of
tainted beef hare jnit been destroyed
by tha comca:Siaiy officials, Triil be fol
lowed by au order from the War De
partment, which may result in au in
vestigation. Acting Secretary Meikle
jfhu, when shown tho Associated
Press dispatch about the complaints
and the destruction of spoiled meat on
two occasions, without board of surrey
formalities, stated that General Brooke
will bo requested by cable to make a
full and thorough investigation of all
the charges and complaint made and
report tho facts to the Department,
t 56 J.000 Blare ia k'ncxville.
K-voxvilce, Tenn. Special. Kcox
ille was the ecene cf another destruc-
tive jlra Thursday moraine,
wa8 discovered in the whol
trict, and had made some headway be
fore tho tiro department reached the
rtetno. Tho flames spread rapidly and
it was with great dirliulty that it was
gotten under control. Before the fire
was checked the following firms wore
burned: Tha McClung Company, gratn
dealers; Housley and Cate, wholesale
dealers iu wines aud liquors; the Davis
I nrniture Company, dealers in furni
turo aud hou.se furnishing goods, and
J. D. East dealer ia tobaccos, etc. The
ioss will exceed sixty thousand elollars.
whila tha insurance is aot over twenty-
live taousand dollars.
R evolt in Negros.
iti anttiA. special. joi. Miiier, gov'
Tor of the island of Negros, reports
tnat a number of bandits, headed by s
man named Paseio, attempted a re
beili&u ou March 27tb, and killed sev
eral officials at Jnmamayian. He cap
tnred the ether officials and issued a
proclamation calling upon the natives
to rise and exterminate tha Americans
and Spanish. Major Sims' two com
panies of Californians were despatched
to the Econo by water. Colonel Dubose
and two other companies were sent
overiand April 2nd. Tho force marched
twelve miles, captured Labzid, the
headquarters of the baudits, and de
stroyed the town. Thirty-fia pris
oners were captured. Tho bandits'
force was scattered and the rebellion
Czar's Disarmament Congress.
Washington, D. C, Special. The
Secretary of State has announced the
construction of the United States dele
gation to tha disarmament congress.
which will meet at Ihe Hague, in toe
latter part of May. The delegation
consists of Andrew White, United
States ambassador at Berlin; Mr. New
ell, United States minister to the Neth
erlands; Prosident Seth Lowe, of the
Columbia University, New York; Cant.
Crosier, Ordnance Department, United
States army, axd Capt. A. T. Mahan,
United States navy, retired. Mr. Fred
erick Holls, a lawyer of New York,
will be secretary of the delegation.
Must Pay Double Tax,
New Oeleaks, Special. A letter
to the Picayune from Biuefields, Nic
aragua, dated March 31, says: "Gen
eral Torres, a special agent of Presi
dent Zelaya, yesterday again notified
tho merchants that thev would have
but 24 hours ta again rsy the dirties
which Lad boon paid to the Treasurer
of Nicaragua, who served after the rev-
to prohibit the Americas consular agent
from cabling to Washington or to the
President of Nicaragua, at Manguo.
Ha is ia charge cf the telegraph wires
which lead to both the capital aad Sao
Ju&u del Sur, the cable station."
Afreemect Reacied on Two Points.
Beelix, Speoisl. Aa agreement hat
been reached between the three pow
ers (the United State, Great Britain
aud Germany), on two propositions,
namely: The appointment by each
power of a high official to investigate
and regelate the conditions prevailing
at Samoa, acd the making of jinaaim
ity necessary iu ail deoisions of these
ihigh officials. -
A Welcome at Bernenouth for Ckoate.
Bobnemouth, Eng., Special. The
town council Thursday aiternooa passed
a resolution instructing tha mayor tc
call officially upon the Uuited States
ambassador, Joseph IL Choate, to wel
come him here, and to express hope of
his speedy restoration to health.
The Kansas Anti-Trust Law.
The new anti: trust law which caused
" l wnaarawai oi toreiga insurance
j companies from Kansas, "coatinuea to
t,a --Kit r r,7Z.- .
classes u people. A sew feature of
the far-reaching effect of the law is the
probability that it will destroy all labor
organizations in the State. ;The Attor
ney General has already been ap
proached on the subject by a coal' op
erator and is eaid to have expressed
tbe opinion that the law can be applied
to tha United Mine workers of Amer
. Coastroction Work ia the Sooth.
AtxcAsta, Ga., SpeoiaL The weekly
construction edition of Tha Southern
Architect, a monthly publication, re-
I ports the proposed construction of two
new cotton factories in Georgia, one
in South Carolina, one in North Caro
lina, aud -one in Alabama: three cottoa
- seed oil mills :n Texas; a twelve-story
t office building in New Orleans; a knit
ting mill m V ireinia: two flonrini? mitla
aua one rice m;u ia jexas; a ten-story
j office- tmiding iu Memphis; thirty
j new churches aad school houses in the
j Southern States generally; 89 new
; residences in Atlanta and Georgia; 14
j in Alabama; 5 In Florida; 10 io Kurth.
I CareilMa, aad 21 in BbttlaXXtfolinju
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.
A Si. fjcala, M , judge has rtJr
tdadecisxa that utJsr cettain ea
d. liens a busbasd Lai the rijit to
to best his wife.
Tke aonnal cctfcirnc cf tie Mer
mvu elders engage 1 ia aissieaary
work ia tha h.utLrn Mates, astrra
b!i la Ccailcstcc. C. Theri
twenty delegates r rer.t
AcecrJing to arraageaaeata as
nnuoced by the Jirec'.ctsGf the cvasua.
North Caroliaa will be dm led lata
nine eaietTisors' d.tlricts tar census
The suit cf Thos. T. Byse sislnst
the Bcabctrd Air Lio. fcr the ro
f ion of a cetUicat fcr 1VJ rhatcacf
thecontpaay twck, and inc;da.aily
to secare-a eEeiUlioa cf tLe rooi:cE
agreement has ynt btcu d:m:irl a
Oca cf tLe largest d'sti.Mcries ever
Captured in Georgia Las been r:4el
ty revenue cCIeer tear Scbligna, in
Chattooga county. A copper still cf
173 gallons capacity, f-,7U0 gallons cf
beer, 10J gallons of" sii c'.'n?t, 4'j ja!-
Icna of whiskey, 25 bt:Lt cf xnea!. 20
bushels cf malt corn, nz.il drier. Ltr
and Leeter worm coastituttl the
tee mccti-u cusseu tgnt ttctwera
"Mvstcrious" Biily Smith and iteorce
Grctso, ii. Sau I'ractao:. reiuitsi ia a
Emiiy Vaedebl!t Slane, Jaiihter
ct iliism L'ouir.aa SIoaDC. ad Q!ece
cf Corael.a, William K.. Frederick
and George Va&derbdt. was roarrie-i ia
New Ycik to John Henry Ueucud,
A SpricgfivIJ, 111., dispatch ay tht
the IIoue ccmmittenoa appro-t.-iation.
adopting the mgection cf Cbatiuiin
Curtis, has prepared a lu l Trending
for the erection of a new I.icro'.ii
monument in Springfield to cvst $1,'. ,
000. Of this amou at J1W.O0O is to ba
appropriated at ctco far tte am
mencemcst cf the work; Congress is la
be req'.testod to appropriate SjOO.COO,
and 4 J0.C-71 is to ba raised by ro -ir
TLe Prcaident Las pr-'n!e-I CoL
Adclbert I. BaClcgtcn, to be brigadier
general acu chief of the Bureau ol Ordi
nate, to tucceed the late Ocseial
A committee representing Souther a
societies interested in the eccaupment
to te bald at Fa Us Cnurch. Va., June
7th and blh, under the auspice. cf the
Dftuehters cf the Confederacy, luvitod
the Preilent to attend the exercises.
TLe Prcsitlent has commuted the
rentence of Edward Reeve, whj nas
ccd yicted in Ttxr.a last year cf tiain
robbery, and sentenced to .'iff imir:
ocuieut. Tha term cf imprisonment
was reduced to 20 years on the gtcund
that the sentence was exocs&ive.
The result cf correspondence be
tween Acting Secretary cf War Meikle
john and Surgeon -General Wyman, cf
the Marino Hospital Service, regarding
tho return to this coun'ry of the re
mains of the men who died ia Cuba cf
yellow fever, has been the Issuance
orders of by the former, directing that
none of tho remains cf yellow fever
victims shall be brought tc the United
States until c&ld weather returns.
The cruiser Detroit 'i'iJch is now
lying off La Guvara, Venezuela, Las
been ordered post hasto to BiuotieM,
Nicaragua, for the protection of Ameri
can interests in that quarter.
The oasuo'.ties iu the Philippines frra
February 4th to April 4th, inclusive,
are reported to the Adjutant General's
office as follows: Killed, 124; wounded,
976; total, 1,100.
Ten bandits Lava voluntarily sur
rendered at San Luis, Cuba, and of
fered to assist the United States trocrs
ia their operations against the remain
The St Petersburg correspondent of
the London Times telegraphs an alarm
bt statement regarding the spread of
serious labor troubles and strikes in
the manufacturing districts of Bu&sia,
Pacificoa who have relumed withia
the American, lines in the Philip
pines, report ' the death cf General
Montenegro, who was regarded aa next
to Afeumaldo, the most influential aai
aggressive of the F.lipico leadors.
Frank Griffi a, editor cf The Da.Iy
Beview, at Mayvilie, Mo., was sact
x t : 1 1 it rt w r v i
W(l, OTer sod reference made to Jeee
j m GriCn.B paper. Grids was oae cf
t the best kscva men !a asrtaexa Mis-
A fire at Sea Breeze, near Jackson
ville, Fla., destroyed the Seaside lsa
and six cottages. The nests of the
hotel barely eicaied with their lives.
Loss 623,000, no insuraaca.
A Carlist banqnet, at which 203 per
sona were present, was held in the open
air in Madrid. A number cf violent
speeches were made, aad a telegram cf
oocfrratulaticzs signed by a'.l tae par
ticipants was sent to Don Carlos.
An attempt was made assassinate
tbe Czar' - aid-de-caa;r., Geseral
Mauzor, at Moscow. He was stabbed
in the throat by a s&zvaa. but tbe
would-be esaasaia was overpowered.
The eenersTs wsands ere not serioa-.
The transport Arizona is echedaled
to sail from Saa 1'raucieco for Manila
on the 17th cf the mouth, and it is ex
pected that the Scaadia wil! bo ready
about the same date.
Advices received frcm bacs, the cap
ital cf Yemen, Arabia, say that fight
ing between tbe Turks and the revolt
ing Zaidia continues, aad that the for
mer are committing each atrocities
that the inhabitants have awora to
fight to the last man.
' The London Daily Telegraph's Vi
enna correspondent says: Most un
favorable news has teen received io
efficial quarters frcm Macedonia. The
insurrectionary feeling U increiisg
and suspicion movements are beiag
made along the Bnlgarion and Mon
Adjutant General Moorman, cf New
Orleans, states that Geo. , Joseph
Wheeler wdt deliver the oratioa at the
meeting of the Uaited Confederate Vet
erans, at Charleston. S, C , at their re
union on the 10th of May.
Advices from General Otis report
that everything is quiet in his com
mand, and that many of the Filipino
in tbe vicicity of Malolos are display
ing white flsrs in tcken cf submission
to the United States authority.
The election commissioners bay
completed the official count ol the bal
lets cast at the Chicago mayoralty
election. Harrison received
tcUs: Carter 107.438; Aitgeld
Harrison's plurality 40,574
The British govern meat hs selected
Mr. C. N. Eilot. a B.. as the BritUh
member of the joint high cemmissien
lot toe setuament ci toe oamout
Thirteen List j Lost in tti BarsVr
of i Fir. Revder.ce.
THIRTEEN MEN INDICTED.
A so!Kf ef Xtfttsttt ttS
Late Crfv Is r Tri.i M
te n.r cf P:tastr
New Tut. FpecioL Fire eerlv Fri
day moTBtar detrty4 the exue
resideace ef Wailace C A&!re.a? No.
2 Last Sixty vecth vet, aai twelve
persons e'eerttg la tie Lease
buraed to dea.U 1'ucbraa.da car?
uy iae wiaa were iloa tau aa cpea
wiadew la tt:e hoje et Alow I J. Ad
ams, N'. 2 East K.ttv-aiath tre to
tlccts distant, tttug Crt to tie hcat
and eassiag the dtV.ti cf a Mrveat. All
cf the bodies Lave tees rcett-l Iae
dead are: Waller A. Aadxeva Tteet
dent ef the New Vrk Hteau Lca'.iag
Ccmpacy; Mrs. Wallace tl Ar!r.
Mia. Georgia Bcyde M Jobs.. ,U!
Mis Aadrwa' Lrethar. a. Cici. cf
the New York tiUem Htticg Cos;
raay; O.'ioa St Jet.?, ag d 7 y4ts;
Wa.iacat. Jcl6. aged k years, Freder
ick St Jwha. aed 13 tcoiti-t; Nellie
BolacJ, etrvart; Mary I'taxnavaa.
rvant; tv PUraoa. attract; Kate
Dcwaing, eervact; Marie licit. r
vatit; Atai Neary, servant Mis.
Mary LacgLlio. ared &) jeers, Lone
keetr ia the Adarts etbasLaa&t
died from c2'ct.G& aad baaa The
fire was la the wealthiest rl cf tLe
city. Burner that tee re was rt ia
cecdiarj rrtgia ui tavetVuated da
ring the Car cd fcoal ta fcave tt:r '
taii ia the fact that thete v a q'.ar- i
rsl amcsg the eervaata la Mr. An
drew's roaotry boat last una.er re-
caltiog ia the d.cLargef oee cf tte
ervacta, Oae ef the dcnestics re
ceived aa aacayououe Utter !ast ek.
which she showed te the rviiee, bet il
contained ro threat, aad wa dt.a
el as Leiug tnnal ccatrer. ILe
amoont of deuafea :a ttt matad at
about S2W,00 pretty well cover el ty
Ti:rlece Ucvtnissts tetsrectf.
CuATMrnioK, H. U, fi-eciaL la tte
United States Circuit Cjt.it here Fri
day , Judce W. IL Brawiey TeiJlr-g,
a tree bill waa fecad by the grand jaiy
- m at fcaiM ivve v t I
lynebing Frseer B
City, H. G, ca Fell
agaiosi xauteea ol lae mea accused cf
B. Baker, at Lake
rmrr r?. lwtt I'd-
teen men are under arrest, bat n ex
planatioa of the droppitgof tc cacs
from the indictment was gireo. Before
giving the case eat. Judge Brewley de
livered aa impressive charge; Le diJ
eo, be said, cwlcg to the encsualccs
and gravity of the csie. He sketched
ia outline the cfTecces cf which the
prisocers were accused aud Iei.ed the
duties cf the j-r&rs ia the premev
The crime was one cf the blackest ever
perpetrated ia South Carolina, he said,
aad it was the duty of the goveraxent
to prosecute to the fuBeet cxtect acy
or all ef the men who raiakt be impli
cated ia its eommissfoa. The jury re
tired aad brought ia the bll after beiag
oat lets than aa hear. The mea os
trial cow are: Martin Ward. W. A.
Webster, Ezra McKnigLt, Hecry
Stokes, Hecrv Uodwia, Moultrie,
Epps, Cbaries D. Jayser, 0car Kelly,
Marion Ciark, Aioazj Ro-Tgers. Edwia
M. Bodgers, Joesph P. Newhas aad
Early P. Lee, merchants and larders
of Lake Oity and vlclcity. The last
two mea taesticiied Lavstcraed state's
Pom-cal SrtBafon at kmf to Chaotk.
KncosTos, Jamaica, Sj-eaiah The
ctuncil asjouraed Thlty, leav
ing the political siiatticn almost
chaotic, the Bepreentat.ves hav
ing passed a vote cf cecsure
on the efficers cf the goercaiest, aad
having adopted a resolution detoaad-
lug their retnova!, iacludiLgtbe Gover
nor, Sir Apc.-tns Hemmiag. TtrcugL
out the rural parisLes, &iase ceatiogs
were held acd efSgies cf Joseph Cham
berlain, the British Hecretary cf Prate
for the Co'ocies; Ocrerscr Hemming
acd Mr. Pa! ache, a Kepreststative who
at the Ccai cri-.e vcted with govera
meat, and who holds a gcvrcmcat a-
rnintment, were burned. The leaders
are reported to be formolatisg a men
ster pcpular ultimatusi to the imperial
pevernment deuaadisg the re tore
tioa of the crifiinai cctoaamcus oonati
tutioa cf ltfCS, with the alternative of
eonexa.ion to the United State. The
agitators eay that if both decnaads are
refused and a coercive ickry is tens
taiaed, serious troable way dsvelopu
Japanese to4 Cb;oese Laborers Ftgkt
hAS Fbanci-vx. Cel., hpecia.'. The
Assr-cia'ed Press represearative at JToa
olclu eeads aa aececat of ract! bat
tle between the Japanese aad the Chi-
ce e laborers ca the Kxbista lan'.a-
tioo, en March 2?th. The Jaraatae!
wielded spike., club-, knives at.a exea. 5
Three of the Ckice.; were kllleJ, a 1
dozen seriously wensded. sem fatailr.
and about 40 slightly tujared.
quad cf police was sect to tke plea!-
tion from Hooolcla end xtertial law 1
kfca been declared. t
Taurber Defeafs tke Trastr.
WAiHixoTOjr, D. C, Bpesub Mr.
F. B. Thurber, preaidectcf tbe Great
Southern Expert Ass&clatioo, io tetti-1
fyiog as to trusts bef&re the Industrial
commiaaico, took positive arrcuede in 1
carport c! traits, ariop that be bad at
first been prejudiced azamat them, b
lieviag that they would oppress the
publio with high prices.
WAsancoTOir. Speeiet TLe Preai
deot baa named the twelve aew warship
recently provided for by Cecgreae, as
follows: Battleship, renaeylvaaia.
New Jersey, Georeia; armored craiaere,
West Virgioia, Nebraska, California;
cruisers, Denver, Dee Meters, Chatta
nooga, Galveston, Tacoma, Cleveland.
Gcmez Takes tote Bratelf the &ory.
H A3 an a, SpeciaL The Cubaa mill
tary asembly being dead. Gen. Max
imo Gomez will tak np hie pre
gramm of solidifyipg tbe Cuban peo
ple into a party that shall, without
ceasing, nrge the Uaited State to
withdraw from tha Island. Gen. Go
mez consider the diaaolertiea ef tbe
assembly ae bis personal achievement,
aided by th military , odmlaietratiea
here aad exruetenaacea at Waahiagten.
Ue believes that be mergee from tke
eoatreverayjwith th aaaamtly stronger
than ever.befor with the better class.
Operations ia tke Pktllepiees.
Maxtla, Special Geoeral Mc Ar
thur's operations consnt temporarily,
in daily reeoanoisaaeee to ariaauidi
raetioos for th pnrpeee ef keepiag ia
touch with tha rebel aad ascertoiaiog
their movements. Foarlb Cerabry aad
two gone were out all Friday mora
ng in th directioa of Beirasoia, e lit
tle north of Maloloa : Ia the meantime
th tired gars or busy dear lag tbe
:aaael of tbe Bio Grand to Pemapga.
Mayor Vau Wyek, ef New York, baa
refused to permit theMazet laveati
gatiog courmitte to zneel ia the dtj
4 lntas H Uc Wle State
irsuro. l. C. !iee2. Tee
istet Mate rejrr rasialet tea.
ta aa etlaies by Caa.atr Prty.
defied the case xe-aet tae kveeeeat
City. V..c A L.ia.uU lle.W
rJ (V 4.d ctlert. wtul kaaly !
tie ftc;e rf ' ftat-af w
Ucoat. m.i ti tret ta
teieat-e! Uettp.ri 2re e cm
ty.te tie r'.tva ts eB, re
iac :t x ta t scitl tat,
aad t:pr..a it t t 4t;a !.
at tte tilths ut It tcee feces tke
I ;;at ef uirx 1 L ?iL.m sJe,
rtV ttat t'.e ra:n tcr. artte
e-.t'let fur tLrk L V.mm
j'.te et u W iU4(? far Ue
1 rsrpi .t grad'. a4
j t-t tie rlv. tt .i tale aa4
l-ecvs ; art .? tt v ee rve4 Vy
Xt rU. aai Lca'.J t i4 ia
;av:ilJ lAi I. ialtteAe-
trjjti(.at.v ftcte cf a thee a aktr
aaeat It te e,6ties aJ if ,'tl sriua
ars at 1 pt .Is rm a eUa fee
thrwoh !.: test a is Le le te
xtm fct ia 1 re., tt tay te reU
erel tttah stMaweet aa4 te
Htz tL9 teiefUcf a thrack tte.
Xa-sJf at bpA
iLa, - Ii,t ere te-
a"' W.ltJ t Atis:4 IW
laaa.-.-eat :i. t4 (4at4
ta the rvttivl cf Feiiiiae aara l
i ticket! AeUiiic Lab.4Vibvaxlf -I
ci.ef tf :t li ii t fee. I.aae
la Jcn!es2 a b ta tticl lilr
creal I L j roc1aw.li el tk lsit4
!! ia tie trct. i r ated la j
e.iah. hjcab 1 !'. la, Il wee
alaa dti ibi-l t tb taud mm,
far a M!wlc ae.d L tea tre4
eithicarked t!tt o ty tee eatier
gesratJy aad I e Wa ai tevd by
tcc'jir 4 rKeLitie kfeaUlaaa.
1 JJ TrajcJr a
ALkaxr. O . h al -Wallet IL
Jarkeea. vte t 1 1 Lot reiai
jo3tr c3l h'.bmmf. il'.4 kl wife
aid 3 tnmiL dJ rai A, ae4 Ikes ebef
LiOiaeif dd, ia tin biae tore Taee
!y "fM. The tbevsiaay traedf
tiitdtle feil cf Ataf ee4 e4
eay a ft tat crtw4 cf rtrws ica te
astselabcst tke hco. Jack ie
ssrpel ha Lauidrel ki famil
afid laa b!o.k:f ta a fll f dexa
tln, canaed by th ! ef bla itUe
wita tt Cat'cr ft W f:k Warkae
aad C?Aat:e3 Co.
It: 4'asea ta ftarfe.
BrArrin. Kaa . H j le Its mty
elctica bete, lw tirkeU war ta toe
field, cat ?o&.reed cf vemts, eed lb
ether vf i u. Mrs. t keile Icttea
wae Ictl frr, acd Mta. hvbld.
Mte. ct'.ictt. Mr. Muitk. lira. KU
lie and Mr. W..e fwr eaactLwbele
Miss (j'Niel. Ut rierk, wa eerily.
IL wcmei: diove theex eti cerrtacei
a!iihrak a bliadibg eaew Ur to. ee
ryteg eciete to th i-li. Tbt !iee,
jidf e asd CArtLal aie abcr.
'.cs cw tdrg I tckaaj e.
W A.tii"nz tt Sie'-.al Tbe KeaaceA
coc:a:iai4.a ! trcgreeed to tbe petal
Lfre the thice gcverameaU ere ea
chaagieg aetes a to the raeaabcra 4
the rcxtaieslee. ,Ttla ia aei44 ae ae
a"uraoce that Lc'r J HeJiebuty eeecf4
ti not oaty tLe pvtaciple cf th w
n.ettca, bat th eotuutiaetca tulf. ae
tho ousi 'e'&tios f ti Bntik ile
gate woatd Lordly b eatAfed tp.s as
teas th rctcQiiiea waa eaeared.
04 Wells Bssget by e 5aXcate.
IlorsToji, Taxes, t-pcrial. Aa I'jif
ligb ejrcdicet. re; t eate-l Lr llearv
1. Kea&aad Charge A. Cbrwa. Ci
HtiLcul. Leeelceed edeal with tetrev
leuuprcdaceteit Cot a. res a by wkkk
it beciioe poed cf tieerlv y eil
we'.is acd aoiae T arret ef tl leed
led TL ir.c f aiJ i aearly f4o.
000. Tbe uxt ryadtcale wH mvMif
rouliol f,i ether s:i.ar 41 tetde ia
Lifters SceOaa laUwsy.
Tbe Ce.ro ccrrepohdat cf Tk Lea
don Daily Mail aeys: "Tbe gv
erameat i eoavtdriag e obe fur e
railway thrcof b tt rtere Kcwdee,
X4cbb!y freei K barton m, ea the Nile,
to Heiklia. tke Ie hee, try Ike
way cf Kaa!a. ia Nct-ie Tbe idee
would be U memrm tbe Abyaalates
tremo. I at.dretaaI teeA Ikiriy-etf
csg'ea for tLe Ugaada list are beiag
built ia the failed tttetea.
tkeet lUaaJ Cecs trfottcaa.
raviccE, It I.. peiL Tie
Sute e lectio a W4&4y .retailed i
a I'.etublicar v:etiry,tfccft Ue !eaa
octal mace . io toast- localittea.
,J ' wra'i "e
ktdf ty '.weraor Dyer, wee
sd be Oeaeral AaeecaWy will
IUpWiea I e larse aaajcrHy,
thcnk act. a. ge aa t year. Ike
td -cUm-M towaa.
T . r M
CkrtstT! Cacar CecerafcS.
lUttto. Maw., Special Among Ibe
eciaiaaaatta received b tk TJaited
la eossecMoo, with iu Kc-poeitiea fee
' mu gict war aoi eA bv awbi
treUua," are tw frees fr&r Uaited
t Statea rreaideaU, Urcver Clela4
asd Beajamia Barrieoc.
c eo mead log
tk areless Ttler rapky a TacL
Paaut. Special Ic view. of Ikeawe
ceaa with the esceviaeeats with Ik
Marcaai system ef w.rele teiegrapky
acroes th Strait of Dover. Ike avtbers
tie prpwk te traosout tae ae I
England free Parts. Ike terminal
bar will Kobebly be the EiStS tower,
tkedutaaeete Sentk 1'oreleod betai
Twety-rhe Bed rU Make a Break.
Chiuuootux, Me., Special Twew
ty.fi v inmate of tbe Stat Isdaurtrae
Hem for Iaeorrigiwe Girht. fa
city, made a break fer liberty.
with butcher kaives aad other wi
eae. They drcve back tke guard, bex
wer fiaaify ran dew a aad eeptareid by
the police after a loag ehaee.
The dieaolatiea f tke Ckbea
tnj caused ao parbcaur see
currrite aaonaj tt Cabanp
A tUtOn aw a bff.
Tbe areet Uethodaat deeo iaiii.
berth is thia ecaatry aad ia I'.arfw,
rroia teaignalia th eresiag A
tke Tweatietk ewatnry by vaMieg ea
immeaee tkaake-eSartsg t be epere
friated rrtscipellr te edoflalioaal rr
reeee. Tk asaaS called far i sear
Oae cf tke Carey Setters ties of Lrareay.
Jrscrtaa Crrr. O-. Sieiet line-
sab Garey, egsHl year, tke elder ef
two Garry MteT?, wb La re baeej af
flicted v:tk!rtey fer tbelaat llyeera.
ddat tkehr hem three aailaa fra
here, after two weeks cf tstssrt a-3
a., uiajMauaMaUoa beisjc