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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 1899.
I PIIOKI l. IJIMI.HS.
1 ( M one yer ono dollar.
i!,trii 'MiiniiiMhioris to those securing
cj ..f KiWriliT'-.. Write for pur-
iiml looking rIimws triiht
;,, t. It voiiM not bo stir
. ,f hmiiio Hort of it quick hilver
it i. ., 1 1, . i : i
Well, it i ""til ttvn nilvcr curnbiuii-
t..ti, nt nuy riitc
JfU'i:'iA ohuj Hid "llldeptlld-
, ;s t . I triirtu l only with tho
,,," ii phraso tliut must be
f(Mi I t ' -kauri io mm mo X'Uni ot n
certain in i'U ni tl who thi'ik that:
Tin; .!: arc only to bo "trusted"
luty HJ'lt pi inliMic;.
f ........ 4 If l
N;MI,; .maio i .. im.a, tiurtllg
lW) Huj .urn in Knland, should study
tin; r Uti'in of t ii i:T duties to trusts,
do tlutt .lit; ' explain on Lin return
lj.inn li" little tiritl duties have to do
1UUI HI'' HI I 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 f j Ul ITUHlfJ 11) lfl'0
. , .i .. . l .. : I i : . . i . i
A :t'so t ( iiiurtnin Simuom,
thf IIi'i'iililifUiK have Necured gl .".(TllO
with wl.irli to liny legal opinion of nn;
cliino I 'iiiocriitit; lawyers (f which
Mr. SuuuioHrt in the IchiUm ) nguint
tli; nuiMtitutioiinlity of tho roioHiMl
him' ii' I 'n 'li t . If thi ho tnu, consid
ering the number of tbcno lawyer, it
uiilv coi s t'lhhaw that tho Republicans
Imvfii't placed u very high ehtiuiato
iiiou tho selling "linger," per capita,
of Mi. Simmons
und 3Ir. Kinmioub'ti
N"v th'tt Dreyfus in l.tudvid in
V'ruiHC, mid the wbcela of ju.stu'o have
lic,'uii to turn, it ih limo for the Coun
Iuhm Custflhiuo ( MiMsAnun (ioul.l thut
wn) to head nnotlier proiCfhiou of
K.-jyiilihts, to bhow htr dinupproval of
the triuni pli cf the cannille. Other
wiw tliu Aniericm public, with its
ehiiraL'tcristto impoliionesH, might cou-
tinuo to rog.ird lirr uh tho daughter of
.liy(!iiii!d iufctead of tho bought nnd-
jmiil fur nrittocrat that t-ho is.
Or rim many foroigu It-gutions iu
Wu-.ii i tig ton City, only ono unfurled
it4 ting on the Fourth in honor of the
Nation' birthday, and this cue was the
l'.ntiMh legation. This win noticeable,
too, for tho reaeou that it was tho tirst
opportunity in months that England
has not taken advnntngo of to uhow us
"thut friendly feeling" and to push
sloug that good thing of an Knglisli
American nllianeo ho io much desires.
It it come to think about it, England
liui recollections of her own in connec
tion iiih tho Fourth of .Inly which
make up a pr-tty go: 1 excuse for lu;r
fnilure to join in the celebration.
'I' i it-: ('.utAsiAf desires to thank
thoo ot it-t 1 liuniis wiio nro inunifest
iu their interest in the fight it in mak
iu:i I'V Honding in clubs of subscribors.
Wi trust they will iticreuso their el'forU
ho as to put tho paper into the haudi
of us many voters as possil.de. And we
winli to urgfl tlio.ie of our frieud who
huvo not an yet sout in n list of eub
scribeM to do so if they poHiMy can.
I'lio ('Att AsivN is nut being run to
luikj niorny, but to advocate tho prin
ciples of the People's party. And if
you beheve with us iu the fight we arc
unking for the.o principle, flnd car
iK'tly desire lit Buece?s, we feci that
o have a right to call on you to givo
ii8 ull the aid you can. Write for
subscription blanks and return envei-
They had n big blow-out over iu
Manila ou tho Fourth. Streets parade,
brum bands, lire work?, speochas aud
ill that sort of things; but a feature of
tbe occasion which isdeserving of note
wns the readiog of the Declaration of
Independence by Cuiplaiu Knn Isdeu,
f tin Washington Regimeut. We
presume, of course.that tho Chaplain's
audience wa so filled with the fervor
f enthusiasm, and, perhaps, with
N'iriN of a less transitory but equally
inspiring influence, that they were
"ot in condition to understand its
meaning, and that the Uoaumeut was
feid moro as a matter of form than
for anything else. By tho way, the
Administration, following up its late
etiblisbed precedent, Bhould put a
stop to the circulation iu Manila of such
"editions liteiature a? the Declaration
Mr. Choate, our Ambassador to
England, made ft Fourth of July
'peech in London, but uufortunely
the Associated Pross cabled only ono
extract from it, and this extract to us
seems rather ambiguous to say tho
'east. Mr. Choate said:
"When au American, on heariug
that I was to come to England, crie I
'it "God save the Ojieen,' he com-
pitteed mv outfit, for when a mnn
couples 'prosperity to the American
people with that other sentiment he
gives an Americau ambassador theful
est credentials and all the diploma he
We prefer to believe that tho Press
unintentionally, of course, did Mr
Choate n injustice in the selection o
ioe extract it cableo to America, and
that there preceded or followed thi
itraot explanatory statements which
KS4t Hi Kianica cleir, As it it we
r&7 kfisw that Mr. Cheat was tnukla
!t rafiUfcl(rf)nt Alliance. peecb, Aq4
rutting two and two together, we be-
ieve we have pretty fair comprehen
of Mr. Choate's meaning. P.nt
what could tho Americau hare meant,
ho, on hearing that Choate was to go
to England, was so filled with alarm
f.r her safety, that he exclaimed .
Got Ktivo tho tjuecn." We have
lizard of nothing in Mr. Choate's pre
vious career to justify such apprehen
sion ; ar.J we submit this more by way
of inquiry than of comment.
ThT a. AND M. COLLEGE.
Its rrobjblc Policy Under Its New
'iidgc tiri8tou was been reoentlv 1
l'oui mo nuure policy ana
V " , i, 'A3"cuiiure aua
.-.wUL.uli.ai uin j(c, Bitiioa in buu-
fctntico that he wus not authorized, of
course, to speak for the college or auy
one connected with it, but that he was
lUin,cr oi me uoaru
f'1 . LlchLl,e
ii,t ii.n i....,.u . i i , ,
liiil tho Agricultural and Mechanical
College would bo conducted stiictly
along tho hues of its incorporation.
That tht;r m .. ,m..Ktti. n....
liua for two Stato cn11,. n'nn
.vwiuiil4WSU WUt V- I
nry lints. That tho col eae will tak
.. . r . i 4
oa new life and aotivitv. and that it,
new president would put himself in
clone contuct and sympathy with every
movement lookmz to tho indubtrial
and mechanical .training of tho youth
ui iiiv inuiu. j.i:ufc it wouui no ui3 I
cpccial pletiHiire to co-operate with the
other industrial departments of the He dwelt particularly upon imperial
State government. jsm trusts and free silver, as the lead-
e arc likewiso pleased to stato that isRimB in lorwi .Tu,ia T.Frin f
Mr. Fries nud Mr. Tompkins, who at
mm, jjuu miiiiu uouuius io tue industrial
i.mwiicMuuua u, me new preeiaent
i . is
navo Bignca tneir wish ana purpose
to uphold tho now administration and
that they together with the other
trustees, wm welcome tne now presi
dent to the college und that all will
work in harmony for it upbuilding.
There waa never a timo when such
great results might bo expected from
auy movement iu this State as free
from tho industrial awakening of the
lust few years.
Machinery for Silk Mil!.
With tho work well up now on the
third story, the Ashley Silk Spinning
Mill at Fayctteville begins to show it-
self for what it is the future centre of
a great industrial development. Its
iinnienso Corliss engine has just been
received, and this will be speedily fol
lowed by ail the other equipment of a
firn-t-class factory for spinning silk.
Not far away, just beyond the Holt
Morgan cotton factory, theTolar, Holt
& Hart cotton mill walls are rising as
rapidly as industrious hands can rear
them. Massey's Hill has already been
transformed into a pretty, busy vil
luge, attractive in its new homes, gar
dens, plots and neat churches, and
when all theso leviathans of labor be
gin to move heir ponderous wheels
and inn their huge shafting, this Fay
ettevillo southern annex will be almost
At a meeting of the summer law class,
on Thursday the following officers were
elected: J. W. Cbb, of Mecklenburg,
president; S. E. Gidney, of Clereland,
vice presidept; Fred J. Coxe.of Anson,
secretary; M. Erwiu, of Buncombe,
treasurer. The court officers were as
follow?: Judge Shcphern, Supreme
Court judge; Prof. Biggs, Supreme
court judge; Marion Butler, of Samp
n. associate instico; C. 11. Hoev. of
Cleveland, solicitor; J. B. Grantham,
of Jthnston. clerk: J. B. Soei.ce. of
Stanley, eheriff. The law school is the
argect it has been for years. About
10 have already entered, and more are
to come in.
Tar Heel Notes.
United States District Attorney Ber
nard is informed of tli6 robbery of the
postcflice at Burgaw, and of tho cap-
e.re of tue thief as he was leaving tho
Georgo T. Winston replies to the of-
icial notice of hi election to the
residency of tho Agricultural and
Mechanical College, accepting and
pledging his Lest efforts to advance
all its interests.
Tho Capo Fear v Northern Rail-
road'ei Southern terminus is now An-
ten miles from
yet there i-mystery as to what course
this road will take southeastward
a unpi Til i i ru u o cnnrnnncTurirn
The board of A. & M. College trus
tees meets again in August. Some of
the fusion appointees were re-elected.
About this there ia some talk among
There are two State Guard compa
nies at Goldsboro, ono in the First,
and the other in the second Regiment-
Both have the same company name,
"Goldsboro Rifles." Capt. T. H.
Band, who commanded the "war com-
pany," in the First, asks that both be
allowed to retain the same name, but
4 1 , i ti ia s - oa m i oa l-lzl Cn trlA T1 PTV
Hi.i io llJ it pci aa loot kj- f uir uv
company will change its title. Of
comse these name are really local
designations and really unofficial, yet
they are generally used.
Suicide in Charlotte.
Mr. T. E. Wright, of Chester, S. C,
shot himself through the head Friday
afternoon, at 10 minutes to 5 o'clock.
in room No. 17, the Charlotte Hotel,
and died at 15 minutes before 9. at St.
TVtor'a Hospital. The ball did its
Peter b UMp ia . xn e o a.i am its
deadly work mstantfy, to all intents
nntnoMB. as the unfortunate rfan
and purposes, as tne unioriunate man
never moved nor spoke after firing the
fatal shot. He was totally uncon-
scions from the moment he pulled the
tricecr. The breath continued in his
. h . ii . .
body for several hours, but there was
only the form, not the consciousness
tral despondency are assigned as the
cause of his rash deed.
The executive board of the peniten
tiary has drawn the mcney to pay all
the employes at tbe farms back salaries
tmm Dptnber lbt to the end of last
a -rom M.,.h 6. to Jul, 1 thi.
year. It requires something Iikfi 20,
000. The board nud Capt. Day went
to Oaldpo&Ia farm, which is ts ba puT
cbaCflJ. to rauke a thorough si&Klsa
tluh of It, w l U bought
Col. Wm. J. Bryan Speaks in Co
HE DELIVERS AN
On the Subject of Democracy -No Retreat
from the Stand Taken in I8 The Mon
ey Question not Dead.
fnrruLfu O Qnul.l i I i a wwv I
v. ... .tuoi. auvut ii.ww 1
people attended the dollar dinner giyen
uy i us i ounsr .ueu s democratic CInb. I
&t Columbus, in the auditorium. It I
"e isrgesi Danquetwuicli tne local I
euioi racy nas nau since mat given on
me hiu Diriuaay of tuo late Judge Al-
Ion Thurman, in the same hall, ten
years ago. The aflair was atrictlv bem-
ocratic in its simplicity, all classes
being represented. The chief truant
was Colonel Wm. J. Bryan, at the
sio wuu whom were also seated
ir,. ,r r.,,.. . A f, ,
1,'' M I George Fred.
lVllll.ain Jf M.8.ehuaetU; Judge
iMTin, of Kentucky; Hon. Allen W.
m. . y , , ...
Anurmau, oi oiumous, tne toast-mis-
lor "uu UUfflU OI prominent
-i i . ... ... .. .
m tate politics. 1 be entrance of uol
onel iiri'& greeted by au outburst
' applause, which lasted until after be
nna uecome scateu.
Hon. Christopher T. Callahan, of
uasaouuseiis, was me nrst apeaaer.
responding to the toast "The Issues.'
Kentucky, responded to the toast
"party and Principle "
Wheil Colone! 1Jrv.B WM w.. 5n,rn.
duced there was another outburst of
applause that continued for several
minutes. When quiet had been re-
Biorea ivoionei uryan launcnea upon a
discussion of the issues of the day in
response to tho toast 'Democracy."
He said in part:
"I congratulate the club upon having
declared in emphatic terms that there
shall be no retreat from the position
taken by the Democratic party in 1896.
The Chicago platform applied Jeffer-
"oniaa Pojples to the question then I
lu country. oomeumes we
hear a suggestion that the silver plank
bould be dropped or ammended, but as
tboso who threaten to get off
the platform are really the persons who
were never on the platform. The money
question is neither dead nor sleeping.
Kveiy argument made in favor of an
international agreement is a condem
nation of the gold standard.
"I he trust question is not a new one
and yet it has grown in interest and im-
portance because the trusts have grown I
in number. The Federal government I
must deal with the trusts as soon as its I
pernicious influence extends beyond J
the limits of the State in which it is I
organized. If that law is not sufficient
he can recommend laws which are snf-
ficient. The Republican party through I
its administration could extinguish its
trusts if it desired." I
The latter half of Mr. Brvau's sneech I
was devoted to imperialism, with this
conclusion: "Let us eive to the Fil
ipinos the same assurauce of independ
ence that we have given to the Cubans.
Let us assure them that we stand bv
them like an elder brother, and say to
otner nations, 'bands on. ' Let this re
public work out its destiny.
A Week to Think it Over
The Hague. By Cable. The third
committee, sitting Friday morning at
the Hulsten Boacb, discussed the
scheme for the mediation and arbitra
I tion convention drawn up by the Com-
ite d'Examen. Many of the delegates
haye only been acquainted with the
proposals since Thursday, and they
have not had time to consult their gov
ernments. Consequently it has been
decided that when the committee ad-
journs it will be until July 17, in order
to allow the dolegates a week in which
to consult their governments and re
ceive hnal instructions.
Mrs. Dicklns Burned To Death.
Washington, D. C, Special. Offi
cial and unofficial Washington alike
were shocked Friday by the tragio
death, from an explosion of gasoline at
her home, just west of the British em
bassy, of Mrs. Marguerite Dickins, one
of the best known women in social, lit
erary and charitable circles in Wash
ington, and wife of Capt. Francis W.
hist omcial news oi tbe blowing up of
the battleship Maine, in Havana har
The Yellow Eever Patients.
New Yokk, Special. The health of
ficer of this port. Dr. Doty, and his
assistant, passed Thursday , night at
the yellow fever patients of the United
States transport MoClellan, from San
tiago, Cuba. Of . Miss Clendenin,
whose father, Dr. Paul Clendenin,
I medical officer in charge at Santiago,
I rliA rt vtaIIavv fitrAK aftav tha r1annTiiai
i uicu va i vuvn au v s aaa aa nuv uosai iusv
0f the McClellan, Dr. Doty said: "Miss
clendenin is suffering with a mild at-
J ac 0l ygjiow fever, and is improved
this morning, having a lower tempera
ture. I have every hope that she will
improve right along. "
10,000 Applications for Commissions.
Washington, D. C, Special. It has
been stated at the War Department that
almost every officer who served in the
Volunteer army during the war with
I Dan and who had been honorablv
i mustered out, has again offered bis
I services to meet the needs of the Phil-
ippine campaign. Altogether no less
than 10,000 applications for commin-
ions in the new volunteer army now
form i us: have been received at the War
epartnient ftnd have been placed on
fll In one d alone the appiioationn
i numbered 480.
Santiafo Situation Alarminf.
Santiago de Cttba, By Cabe. Four
neve cases of yellow fever all in the city
of Santiago, were officially reported
Friday. Two deaths were reported. No
official report was received from Boni
ato Camp, but it was known that the
I situation there ia serious.
- 1 jj6ftuhy, but a dangerous element, very
diffionll to control, exists in the pres-
eooe cf ouwerom Amanoao aoveotur
tr, who rt uiuiUy h?d driakwi b4
refaiato rtitast tfei hnlth rsfttlatloo;
Up to aati m din bin btta nww
the half ms mt bees told
Of the Great Itatoc Wmxht by Tens
Hocstov, Tox., Spoctal. A corroa
poodeat baa just roturnod from a voy
a through th Hooded district, yllo
aya: "Tho half baa rot been tolcf.of
tb baToc wrought. The disaster ia so
apiallinc that a description is not pos
sible. After this flood will come sick'
neus, undoubtedly, and what a week
ago was the fairest part of Texas, in
now almost a God forsaken wilderness.
The waters of the Brazos have for six
ilava cnrl it nllv a 1ntlt nf frnm
ht In Ihirtr ft U htM m. Mk ..to
tbere were on every band fields of cot-
there js 8nmy mQd Ru over the vegeta-
tion, the carcasses of cows, mules. pig,
dogs and cats and mayhap hnm.au be
ings, for many are misaing.
"Our party left Bryan at sunrise
Wednesday morning going to the No-
vasto bottoms and to a point about vy me manner in
three miles from M.llican. Here we hch bo introduced the name of Wm.
encountered everywhere an overflow J- Dr-Van BDd tha Chicago platform to
from the Novasoto, which spread out lh S, e mention of Mr. Bry
fully two miles on either side of the name and reference to the Chicago
Houston & Texas Central track. Ev- !''" 'eing received with tremen
erythiug is under water. It looked on dous PPlu8e, which was lotg con
all sides like a great lake and the Tie boom that was launched
water was so high that for for Augustus Van Wyck had a very in
a vast area it completelv sub- d'ffreut reception. It bad been arrang-
merged the telegraph and telephone
poles along the line. In truth portions
of the NovaBto bottoms are even now a
perfect sea, extending four or five miles
wide at certain points.
'I saw hundreds of houses there tot
ally Hubmerged and as many more were
swept from their foundations and de-
. . ...... I
stroyed. The planters ot tne bottoms
.rA .till moving thir hln ftn,l what-
ever is left of their stock, to places
where thev can becared for. They are
all noblv helping each other and taking
refuge wherever'they can, some of them
seeking safety on housesteps. All the
planters stated that the outside world
has no conception of the floods Cr
losses incurred by the destruction of
stock ad buildings. Nearly
every planter has built boats and sent
them through the flooded districts to
render assistance to the people and if
possible to save some of their downing I
"The flooded distrit has a length of
over 500 miles, a breadth of probably
50 miles and ia all this vast spaco dam
age incalculable has beeu done. The
loss of life will never be fully know,
perhaps; the bottoms were thickly set
tled, mostly with negro tenant farmers.
Among these has been the greatest loss
To show the damage done the follow
ing estimates hnve beeu made by men
who are in a position to know: Lives
lost from tOO to 300; loss to farmers,
including crops as well as live stock
from $5,000,000 to 15,000,000; damage
to railroads and country bridges
$2,000,000 to 4,000,000. These esti-
mates are based on the flood damage in
the whole area. It is knowu that more
than GO people have met their death
and that many bodies have been re
covered. It is not believed that all of
I them will ever be recovered.
The Peace Conference.
The Haoue, By Cable. Frederick
Hollis secretary of the American dele
tion to the peace conference, refer
ring in conversation with a representa
tive of the Associated Press to the pro-
P8als of tlie United States for the pro-
; tection of private property at sea, with
the exception of contraband of war, in
time of war, from capture or seizure,
said: "We have strong grounds for
making the propositions. The presi
dent understood that the Russian invi
tation comprised the question of private
property at sea, and has instructed us
to raise ihe question. We will push the
matter energetically insisting that the
J conference is competent aud that if its
competence is doubtful a liberal inter
pretation was necessary.
The Heads of Twenty Bad Men Cut Off.
Tacoma, Wash., Special. Late Ori
ental advices etatethat 20 ringleaders
of tbe rioters who destroyed and burn
ed the electrical tramway cars at Seoul
last mouth executed in public at
Korea's capital font weeks ago. They
met their fate bravely. Their heads
were cut off and exhibited in publio
places as a warning to all evil doers.
Too Early For Missionaries. .
Manila, By Cable. Almost every
steamer brings missionaries. The arri
val of one in Cebn made no little
,.b... .. tb. r.port SPre.i npidl,
iho ;onn,nt tVifit Hi
among the ignorant classes mat tne
Americans intended to compel them to
I give up their churches. The American
authorities in the interests of harmony,
requested him to withdraw and he com
plied. Senor Llorente, who is con-
aidered the most influential native in
. , , c?a
Cub' 8al? to fcchrman:
the American idea of the separation of
the church and State, but I think it
would be unwise to introduce protes-
wniie couuitiona axe bo un-
Enlistments Darin; the Year.
Washington, D, C, Special.
I statement has been issued at the Navy
I n.r..rtmnt sbowincr that during the
ear 8t clo8ed, 16.123 men en-
I y J . . .
the naval service, 2.U7 of
whom were enlisted for the war only.
Tbere were 798 boys under instruction.
A passenger train on t Burlineton
roaa was wreumou ut ""J
at 1 o'clock Friday morning. No de-
tails are obtainable.
Texas Flood Situation.
Sr. Louis, Special. A special to The
Post-Dispatch, from Dallas, says: At
11 o'clock Thursday, a short dispatch
was received from a lineman at Dewey,
just across the Brazos river, from
Sealy- fvlt reads: 'River has been fal-
ling slowly since 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. The conditions here are
terrible. Everything in the country
has been swept away, and a large num-
bar of livea lost ia the bottoms. It
raa hi uuhh j itrtwafvK' j. ,
z r: . - 7
Glorious Fourth in All Parts ot the
AND FOREIGN POSSESSIONS-
Tammany Hall Leads with a Big free Sit
ter Demonstration .Tlanila and Bataaa
Celebrate in Great Snap?.
New Youk, Special Tammany Hall
celebrated Independence Day, as
customary, at Fourteenth street wig
warn. The gathering was remarkable
for its unexpected features. There was
a dearth of prominent men, ex-President
Cleveland, David B. Hill, Wm. J.
Bryan and Senator Murphy failing to
make acknowledgenvnt of the invita
tion. Ex-(Jovernor Hoeir. of Texas.
I 4 v ,1 . - a: i i
ed that ex Congressman James B. Kich
ardson, tf Tennessee, should speak, but
he was unable to attend, and Governor
Hogg was asked to speak in his place.
When Governor Hogg arose he received
a hearty welcome and he indulged iu a
few remarks that seemed to plerse the
Tammany men immensely. After tho
few minntna Iia tibai! in mi f I in in rr 41. I
' M 7 " . . , I
well established principles of Democ-
""J- "SP g- puuippio
wm,c" D0U8e m ftn urar- J b0
lPl"" bau when he asserted that
ex,1 -ar the Democratic party would
declar& f -nd unlimited
ciaZ 81 vcr at tbf ratl
f"4"" "u " . u UB B" ",eep
huiFed up with a start and joined in
lDe "Priause nen tne speaker
i f i""".- me piauorm oi
in which imperialism would
bc denounced, the applause broke forth
j.ue speaker in nis speecn exclaimed:
"In this great contest we want the aid
of united Tammany, the greatest
political organization on earth. Wo
want you to close up the ranks, to
settle your local difieionces, if they
exist, and to go arm iu arm with the
stalwart bread winners of the South
and West to victory next year, under
ihe leadership of the chivalrous, the
dauntless, the matchless, great
'American, Wm. J. Bryan!"
As the last words fell from tho lips
of the speaker, the audience was car
ried away in an outburst of enthusias
tic applause. Cheer after cheer arose,
and what had been started out as n
Tammany love feast becan i a howling
The other speeches of the day were
in keeping with the Tammny princi
ples. Joseph J Willett, of Alabama,
and State Senator Thomas F. Grady,
Tammany's star orator, made two of
the best speeches, the latter making an
attack upon the civil service system
which aroused his hearers to great en-
thusiam. The following cable dispatch
from Richard Croker, who is in Lon
don, was read:
"Congratulations on the Glorious
Fourth, the day we celebrate. My
heart is with you always. Let us re
joice over the coming triumph f Dem
ocracy and tho people s rights.
Signed "Ricuahd Chokes."
State Senator Flannigan Killed.
Richmond, Vs., Special. State Sen
ator William Flannigan, who was also
Commonwealth attorney for Powhat-
tan county, was shot and killed at
Powhattau court house Tuesday, by
vv. C. Pukinton. Ihe shooting was
tho outcome of a quarrel over tho
recent canvass for the election of
United (States Senators by a direct
Justice Cox Resigns.
Washington, D. C, Special. Judge
Walter S. Cox, justice of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, has
tendered his resignation to the Presi
dent. Justice Cox has been on the
bench for more 20 years and bis determ
ination to resign was prompted by his
age, which exceeds 72 years. He pre
sided at the trial of Guiteau.the assassin
of President Garfield.
The Yellow Fever Record at Santiago.
Santiago, Special. An increase in
the number of new cases of yellow
- ". .
I is a striking feature of the situation.
l on . . .
xnere nave ooea oj up vu ui,
I of which 17 have proved fatal. Eleven
out of the first 15 succumbed to the
disease. Nearly all were camp follow
ers of the drinking sort Eliminating
these the daath rate has really been
small. The medical force was rein
forced by several doctors from Havana.
The fever hospital, which is on tbe
island across the bay, is excellently
I equipped, and it is impossible to over
I .ciim.i. th tAt;n .ml hwniim nf
I - . " .
the medical men,
There ia no fever in
The Fourth in Havana.
Havana, By Cable. Tho Prado and
other streets of Havana were as noisy
I on the 4th. doubtless, as any Quarter of
New York, Chicago or San Francisco,
I r, i. ui. .i - r
Cuban youngsters caught the infection
1 and were given many a dime to buy
I firecrackers, which they religiously in-
vested. Some enthusiastic Cuban an
nexatiini8t9 nired a band, gave 3u0
American flags to boys and men who
l ,d march .nd then naraded the
would march, and then paraded tbe
streets for two hours, drawing large
and cheering crowds.
"No Entangling Alliances."
Chicago, IlL. Special. In an inter-
view Snnday William J. Bryan said:
"I believe George Washington wai
right We ought not to enter into "-i-
tangling alliances with foreign nut! n.
Tbe question of an Angle-Saxon a. n-
nCe is involved in the question of im-
perialism. No entangling - alliance
W0Qid be aujjffested wer it iipt for tbe
faot that colonial policy would
THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.
Ir. Cat Itoa II. VUr. tf H chcoa l.
reported as dead at Ltnn lltttc. hi
turted up at home stnjd asd we.L
Kx-(Jov. Hage Tyler, ff Vrc iai.w ..I
run fur the United btstcs hca.ie 4a iL
anti trust itiue.
The Virginia CoatCtub, of Utrhaiond,
won the io?l shell event ia tho I'eu
p'o's Uesalta, ou the cliuvlkul, at
Heavy rains I'ridsy t ed up rn'rcal
in South, Wet and Central Tex.
Inundating hundreds cf acres sa l
doing vast damage to cro; s.
Tho fire at the United V rJe Copper
Mines, wh:ch .tarted Tuesday a;sht ii
the reverberatory and s rsd to tUo un
derground work, was nnally Liou-ht
under control Friday.
A family cf four were rescued froui a
tree at Calvert, 'lex., Saturday. TLree
more drowued neroet' loths have
Up to the day of his firt entering
school. Hooker T. Washington's nanto
was Bocker Taliaferro. Then the
teacher said that ail the cluied luys
of the tecti03 had three or four nnuu-s.
"Well," said the new pui'il, "j nt mt
down us Waihiiicton. "
William F. Draper, United States
Ambassador to Italy, has arrive t"iu
Five hundred coavicH ia tho Aca- !
mota penitentiary, ies Moines, Iowa,
have struck for better rations.
The banking houpe of Morton. I'hsi
& Co., New York, will bo continued lv
the Morton Trust Co.
Jeremiah Sullivan and Louis t":y,
at (iraniteville, X. V.. were Lil'.o 1 ty
a cave-iu in a rjnarry Ihursday.
A big (Jerman svudicate v ill ororn'o
a great copper fcnieltt-r uud tweuty-tive
rlalniH in Nhnsto. r-otintv ('.!
,. v' "
. At XeillsviJ a. MimA
lanaud Mrs.Neil Mrrnon were throwu
from a buggy and killed.
The Diamoud Match. Co.. at Chira ro
expects to increase itcapit:d locl: from
1 1,00), 000 to S15,0fju,w.
Two men wero hcabi I tj dath 1 y
tho collapro of a eteuai :!uo ou the iicr
etearuor St. Paul, e.t St. Louis, M .
Tho Government trausport, McPher
son, has arrived at New York from Sau
Juan, Puerto llico, bringmg sevcrul
citizens and army othVcrs.
The Union Traction Company has
been incorporated nt Judianapoii,
Ind., with a capital tf $2,00,J,0i,o, to
operate a number of the city and su
burban street railways.
President G. P. Stewart, of the
American Investors' ('ami BCV f w
York, surrendered under iudictmouts
for grand larceny, aud was granted
The Appellate division of tho Su
preme Court of New York has author
ized the Montauk Indians to bring to
trial their mit for S1,00, COO worth of
property at Montauk Point
A crowd of the three or four hundred
mon and boys ftopped a bouthside car
in Cleveland, Ohio, and has chased tho
non-union conductor and motorman, as
well as tho passengers, away.
Firo Commissiouer Scauuel ha3 ap
pointed Edward F. Croker Chief of the
Fire Department of Gi Later-Now Yi-ru,
at a salary of $G,00'.J per year. The
new chief is a nephew of Richard Cro
ker. In a fast, fierce battlo that went the
limits of 25 rounds. Jack O'Brien, of
rsew lork, was tho victor over Dau
Hawkius, of California, at the Broad
way Athletic Club. The winner cauie
to the ringside as the short ender in a
20-to-l hotting proposition, and wou
almost as he pleased.
The Federal Enabling Act haspnssed
the Legiblative Assembly cf Victoria,
Naval surgeons report no trace cf
yellow fever at Puerto Ricaa ports.
Capt. Coshlan, late of the Raleiiib.
will take charge of tho Puget Sound
Naval Station August 1
The Naval Board of Bureau Chiefs it
trjing to determine whether tho six
small cruisers about to be built shall
have steel protective decks,
The Diet has been summoned to
I rneot at Coburg, Germany, to seiUe
I the baxe-Couurg succession.
Lmted States Ambassador Choate
has bad another conference with the
British Foreign Office regarding the
A box, supposed to contaiu the bones
of Velasco, defender of Morro Castlo in
1762, has been found in Havana, and
-1 1 a. a f :
win ue sens, io Dpain.
The Venezuelan Arbitration Com
mission at Paris, has resumed its ses
sions, Attorney General Wr:bstor con
tinuing tho British presentation.
The Parliamentary Committeo for
the promotion of the Anglo-American
movement met in London and will
soon report on its first year's work.
It is said that Spain will prefer a de
mand for a lease of Chinese territory
because China during tha Spanish
I American war permitted shipments cf
I , ,. ,
The Italian Chamber of Deputies
u M (n i:-!t n ,..i,n,.f i .
mier General Pollaux, to lefer the
J royal decree restricting constitutional
liberties to the Committeo on Political
Bills, ench reference to have the force
of an act of indemnity.
A panic arose among the crowd at
tending the funeral cf tLe Archbubop
I or Prague at Vienna and twenty people
I .,ii ininr-l
It is reicrted from tbe Hagne that
Sir Julian roncefort will retire as
British ambassador to the United
Manganese ore production in this
country for the calendar year 1SW,
15,907 long tons, was the largest since
Interest in tbe Shamrock's trial has
been greatly increased by the authen
tic report that Emperor William is
sending his yacht Meteor, to partici
pate in the trial spins, expeeted to take
place early next week.
Salea of - postage stands throughout
the country during the rict.l year just
closed were largely in oxcers over pre
vious years, according to official fig
ures. The sale of ordinary stamps
aggregated 3,4J0,C29,8.ii, with a total
valuation of $60, 28.8.1-3. This is an
increase of more than 10,000,000 in
number, and-$2,000,00 iu valne ova.
Madrid, ' By. . Cable. Admiral , Cer
vera and the other commanders of tho
Spanish fleet destroyed ia the battle of
SaatingiV whose conduct baa btea tb
suo;fcr tj inquiry uy apeciat OOUrtr
murtifit.- weifl a&ntiiua.i aaa formal
'libnttfd,' . .
OfFcial Orden Hue B'en
GEN. WHEELER fOR MANILA-
lielttx! Csialnnus Can Tot twt as $
at He Can fk His C9-Stci CsAmcIs
WaMiMro!, P. C., Spei!. Tke
order fcr the enlistment of olaaUts
for service in the Pmltppie was ib
luhed Tbut.day.auJ ssvea xuore colo
nels to con.iuasd the r;inints were
api-oiuted. Tbere are y.t twe colonels
to be dtcnate.l. K'ght mtjars aleo
were named. The rerrnitiag will art be
sin until cme time next week. The ex
act date cot having been Csed jet lle
rruiling stations .U be epeoel ia
ercry State and Territory, atd as fat
as the men are enlisted they will be
scut to the regiments, to asi;se4
to comjaoies. SUte lines are obliter-
ated and the men first enlititg will be
first to l-e tnuatered in. lhe rij:n-
ueut to companies will le by ther&icer
commanding, and he will U at liUrtv
o organize m company compoecd cf
men from one State, if be finds it con
veaient and practicable.
V SHI0TOl 10 TAMP.
llic Seaboard Air I iac's Kt Route, wash
ibjtton, Rikhmund Dalcib. Kam ct.
Chtraw. CamJcn. Celembj.
Then Via F. C. & ia.
When the Scabc-ard Air Lino icade a
deal w ith John Melton Williatua, the
lowerful aod aucceful ycuog ril
reader, of Richmond, who wra largely
mtetettcd ia .-. u them HadreaJs.
they Mazed tie war, and
by tbe dial h:ch secured the
Honda Central and Pebintalar It It..
they opened the way fcr a direct
line from North to Sooth by bnildirg
only two gais, viz: from Richmond to
Hidgcwsy, X. C, and and from Che
raw to Columbia, S. C Tbe former is
pretty well graded, and tbe contract is
let for the latter to be built this
year, lhia gives this popular
and hustling R. R. syndicate a hhort
liuo from north to south, putting it cu
an equal footing with tbe two other
great lines out cf Washington, reactng
for tho far acuth. The S. A. I tra
verses a diversified county, a new coun
try to a great many travelers, and .t l
a settled fact that the Sfaboard will
tiqnip its new line with the best tra:n
to bo had and will be a strong bidder
for next winters travel south. By its
liberal policy to the public, the Sea
board is a favorite where or it tenches,
which fact will enablo it to get tbe bet
ter terminals in the new towns it
reaches. With talent employed in
every place to look after it interest,
and a new, abort quick and direct
route south tbe general traveling pub
lic will give it a liberal share.
Leaving for Home.
Washington, D. C, Special. Tbe
Nebraska, Pennryfvania and Utah
troops which have been on duty in tbe
Philippines have started on tbeir home
ward journey. Tbe following diepatrb.
from General Otis was recce ived by
Manila, July 2, 18911
Transports Hancock and Senator
with Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Ftab,
left for San Francisco yesterday; Ne
braska forty-two officers, eight hun
dred twelve enlisted; Pennsylvania
thirty-four tflicert. 711 enlisted; Utah
nino officers. 24 enlisted. Nebraka
left in Manila one aick. Private Lan-
tcrman, Co. H. thirty discharged;
Pennsylvania seventy discharged ;L tab
Madam Lreyfas, on leaving jibe pris
on 'IbniEdar appeared in much better
spirits than yesterday. It was evident
that her conversations with her hus
band had been of a more cheerful na
Setcn Deaths ia Santiago.
Santiago, da Cuba, By Cable.- Ten
new canes of yellow fever and seven
deaths were oulcially reported Wed
nesday. All tha victima cf tha diaeaaa
I were soldiers, except one. an American
Llacnsmitn. A new fever hospital bad
beeu established near Boniato C 'amp,
xorth of LI Caney.
General Henderson, prospective
Speaker of tbe next House, does not
believe tbere will be any occasion for
an extra session of Congress.
Government Aid Graated.
Washington, D. (X. SpeciaL Tbe
War Department has granted tbe re
xuest of tbe Governor of Tens for aid
flood tuflerer. Such government boata
as are available will be placed at the
disposition of tee Governor, and the
rationa asked for wdl be issued at
Chairman Joaes Will Not Resign.
St. LoriH, Mo., Special. Ex-Oot.
W. J. Stone denied the report that Le
bad been appointed to succeed Senator
Jones, as chairman of the Democratic
national committee. lie naid tbat
Chairman Jones would not resign Lis
At Louisville, Ky., tbe Social Labor
party nominated Albert Sebmntz, o
Louisville, for Governor; Jama De
laney, of Newport, for Treasurer; W.
8. Palmer, of Newport, for Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, and Jaa.
O. Hearn, of Louisville, for uomxais
sioner of Agriculture.
On the Clinch Valley division of the
Norfolk & Western, at liptop, west.
Va.. Wednesday night, a locomotive
boiler exploded, killing F.agmeer J. V.
McColgao, Fireman E W. Altert and
Brakeman Oscar J. Oweas.
Life-Saving Boats te the Bescae.
Washington, D. C. Special In
response to an urgent request from the
district superintendent of .the Life
Saving Service at Galveston. Texaa.
General Superintendent Kimball gave
authority to have lifo-aaving boats sent
oa flat car tip tbe country to tha flood
ed district, where it was reported many
lives were , ia danger, - Tbo antbority
was promptly acted on, srd tbe ni-r
iotendeat. with Keeper Haine,' tf thi
Oalreitaa stctloo, tsd Krr Whl,
cftb Aracaaa ititioc.irtth crtw,
itatti4 wU Doit! uti TBerieir irrr
11. vtMllSh TUIi.
WdsBrr hiktiia t fntM. e4 fr-
I'.aota, franc. Pr -:-.
Cel. Ireyfl y 4 ff
aa lie day Ufe. Vla4e
!reyfsa. Uua fHeifa. aul"u-
er, a4 MaiUe UUr, e
tii4 the rtsef, I t ttetw .
Ptl lacteal e-rrmrt J. A t.!a-
ttatica cf Ike li4 ?, el tbe gw
lUa, it u vectby f aetw tUUU
rda -Vive Dretiw. rt.kd i
a wall la a cecr cf tk Ua iwi
U4aU!y aa4iiatJL My, kw
vr, rrdct trvable ta tbe aiital
fttedey, wbea a ttw ( tie cn-
wUl l-e liebl. Ibe aU lHyfait,
tt ia farJ. wUl attempt Uut l
trpe lata a dtattrtius.
Ifa&a. DrT!o. a4s ta at4 by Lr
lareaU, Urate la ttt;ua iat(M
I U;re la tae ailra4va. liar eietta
vara vl a4uiltvd. tut Le twao4
with Ler iuta&4 fr aa liar, "a
leaving aba tbowrJ. hrllf tottut.
eigcarf dittc. llct : .!
la and ieJ. a tL.a.-b btJla
waeptcg bitterly. Ma i lt d m dw
taura:a, and is lrSrtatu-d ti i4-i&aa
a natil Lr Lattaad ivftta tuiitr
ty. A eonaewLat !aicx r4 li.4
utuil watrba4 Ler aitial aa l l-t t
ur, and aa.u dtvd titter Ituk 4f
tnanaera and cv:drratMa !.r h
terrible oeition. cathtrta;aroua 1 tf,
rsdalv etanag Ler ia lie f, au 1
I retting one aewtber aIda la tbv.r
egeraa aut to lc a .i -a'.m UtiJ ,f
Ler inward aeay wht.tt u.iMt
Ito reTlrrlal in 1 rr rwaut
nance. IU-r !.!! h-tic a
feast for tbaa cbcbl. who, b .
ware ejaa4ily dirl Ly a -ju 1 I
prbdartucc 1 La latter Anally LuttJ
tLa lav street Uadiftf to the i-ottl f
Just pj-onta tLa j naa. and rt
looking the wiaJow f 11 e rrll .f i ' L
Dityfa atid tbacoit '!. a ta
Bcrj. TLiiLLn a favr.ta 'k
of vantage for a number f huiv
rapbera, who bate tales euap htt f
very ai rival and daiartura. abi, a
often as poiib, f the itridtnti c
curring intida tLa t(ion j wJ. Today
tbe jKilice aCited a tiotka oer tLa tan
nery antianr, prohibit.bg tbe at.Uj
tbere cf any oe e xcept on bnitc
connected with the UoLrr. lt.ia
ueatnre Laa arocsad ronidrWa com-
meat, but the ow ner of tbe taot-ery w ill
robably find it prudcat but tj iuia
Maitra Labori, Mattbia-4 Dreyfaae4
Mmt. Drayfua returael to Pari ia the
f he Government's I maaccs.
Wamiixoton, I. C, hiciL Con
trary to eii-actiooa tf tha lreaury f
ficialf, tbe gorcrttcaeLt eipcndituras
during tbe fiscal year, cloa-d July 1.
exceeded tbe receipt by ouly 7
&"V. Onetuoutb ago the CcaU -t-dictad
tliat tie lclirit liihl ul rxricd
?lO0.(XX,OtX, but at no t.cja up to a
few days ago, wit it ipK-ld that t .a
amount would be le than fJ,"Ki,' rr.
This oolooked for ranuit is arouctr l
for by tbe excaptiwt-ally heavy iocaipte
from customs and intcinal ravetina
sources and a marked falliag cfTi-
penditnres. It ta iiot xt'Octad tb-t tLa
conditiou wi'.l roatinue dnrisg thi
coming months when the new appro-
priations became available. A defec t
for J oiy nay be looked for, although
tbere was a surplus for the month of
Juaao! 815. 744.Ua.
U hitecapsers dinged.
CnTTAxoocA.Teoo., Hpeoi!. Plats
Wynn and Cat.ett Tipton, the white-
capper, were banged at &avierv;iie
Wednesday for tho murder of eld man
WLaley and bi wje, ever a year agi.
They both rarferaed and sta'eJ tbay
were hired to do it. Mrs. Tipton sad
Lis five children were jreiant at tbe
Tbe Hcu of Coiutaon raiacted tba
amendment to tbe London trvverameat
bill, permitting the elecuoa ct wwxuea
Saatiago's Yellow Fever Beccrtf.
Washington, D. C.t KpeciaL A re
port summarizing tbeye'Iow fever situ
ation in Santiago, up to tLa 2ta test.
baa been receive! by the eargeoa gen
eral of tbe Marine Hospital Service. U
states that np to tbat time, daring the
present season, tbere bad beta Zi cses
and 11 deaths, all of wbieb, except fear.
were among Amdricaa soldiers.
A til Fire ia Memphis.
Mr.rm, Tenn.,8reciaL Iire broke
out ia the establishment cf tbe Meta
pbis 1'aper Company, at tbe corner of
Gayoso and Front street, late 1 ties-
day afternoon, and caased a Icsa cf
ooe life, the fatal injury cf ex Fire
Chief CI ear y, and tho serious injury cf
Assistant Fire Chief James Ryan, be
tides a property loss cf about tl'A.Vrt.
Tbe Gayoso Hotel, oao cf the oldest
landmarks of Memphis, was one of tbo
buildings totally destroyed, and while
tbe guests wore ail rescued, some cf
them lost valuable effects ia tho r,
which burned fiercely for snore than
Bf)a at GahKstille,
G ain Esvnxr, Ca., Special. North
Georgia gave enibuaiaatic greeting
Wednesday to Hon. Yv'm. J. Bryan,
who was tbe guest of tbe Gainesville
Chaataaqua. Tho Nabrakaa ap&ko to
2.000 people ia the auditorium cf tbo
Gaiaosvillo Female College, being ia
trodaeod by Gov. Candler. After tba
speaking a dinner was srivee OL Bry
an, Got. Candler aad a number of other
distinguished visitors. CoL Bryan left
for Atlanta at 8 o'clock on bis way to
Columbus, O. r
Tbo fourteenth annual convention of
tbo National Editorial Aociatira net
at Portland. Ore., WedneMiey. v.
tieorge aud Mayor MT-y we'eomad
tbe delegation on behalf f tha nut f
Oregon and tba city cf Prtiaad. II.
W. Scott, editor cf the Poitlai-U Ora
goaiaa. delivered tho forma! ad4iesa of
Tbomaa A. Edisoa. Jr.. the sou of .
tbo famous iareator. Las uarricd ao
actress against Lis fatbev'a wikba. and
annottnewa that be baa eevsu ed b ooa.
naotion with tha oldnectlemaaa" aad
will lanncli biaaalf as as itdepei dtct
j Inrmtor, vf et t wioff wwajrt44rf
j ui wiswro.