RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 2. 1903.
THE LIBEKTT BELL
I Mt) tl)C 9VcnJ U fljat ptd W.ere tAnor) rtxic tV DnVtri
a i V?0 iYrIiJ wJr l?or')i - . rWi eVery rotk.u nU doWt),
And Wood drop m r)c lurroW Itlb And vhnptnno yoodl&nd houp.0
0Vdo wV& Mjd corn deeds oPdaxinp JU, repcJj
M)a iQivn' flMico's tridle 16) Wth poJnolic nxemoncj
a r F uPn to0w. , , . 1 tee tny clipper ilir,
L H0. George fir put A Wt)n n old ArWn dreMi)i
And ircrpbUu a I rurjo Opes, njore ot Vrjip 6.nd spur.
71)C dust 1). otrj.raJ "0 "9 N)1"0 Wnert tirit in debdlj battle. net
Uul not upon muume, I he. rtynKi ol or.u vd blue.
A rjlic ol the, glorious .p&v Dcch North aji
w7u tMr,,r9ri rVr 1 St'7'
WtH) b&rjda ol ailini jenUtnjer)
To oy&rd m on fb
And banner vaVioqu) tlja breeze.
And n)Mtib. ri)unc ftavj
ucfh North. aj)d oou'r) ui)ht loday
, To re&xi my leo.nd Irue.-
rrociMiT) sweet itreny, rwnj,
1t tty rqef&l tim tboVe,
lr)rouproul U)t iM)d, .nd unto B.U
U)VlSAitttSGt&AT THE CELEBRATION
T" OTISY MAY N to mh a
sni :it tli celebration,
Mi'K. Hatfield wns explain
IiiiT to a visitor. "And I
don't know l.ut she'll be too Jinc to
fpe:ik to Iir own folks when u'h
liv'i'.l out in all her new tiling. K'ill,
I don't begrudge li r h,. tliins. She's
worked f.iiHirnl pikin' strawhrr
l i-s iiiul doing ;ill sorts of chords to pay
for what slic's to hav. SIh-'m a good
Klrl. L(.uisy is."
"Hut lins she ever sun In puUic he
"She's iH'ver snug a nolo all ly Iier-
lf ext'fjtt at one or two little Sund.iy
s hool oncerts. I don't know how it
li litis herself on the
the liig ruurtli of
It all right,
vv ill he when sin
"Oil. she'll get through
I've heard thar he sin
"Well, I don't know lmt she does
Mng ahont as well as you could expect
a girl of only fifteen to .sing. It's kind
of curious; i can't sing no more than a
hluejay, and when her pa tries it the
hens scatter in terror. She gets it
from her (Jrandfather Hatfield, over Ui
-Vare. He'll lie seventy-live come the
tenth of next month, and he'll sit down
he's got and sing
oin. And I
May heat 'em
to a little organ
away ly I he hour. lie's coming clear
over from Ware to hear l,ouiy May
sing, lie's goin' to leave her his or
;iii in his will."
"A piano would lie better for lier."'
"Yes, I.otiisy May's wild to have a
piano, lmt we can never get her one
xvitli live younger children to rear up
and school. Her Crandpa Hatfield
mchho could get her one; hut I don't
know that lie's aide to. although he al
xvays has been close-mouthed about his
money affairs. You'll be at the cele
"Oh, yes; we
expect to hear
There th conversation ended, bo
cause a red-haired girl came hurriedly
Into the silting room. She blushed
furiously as she heard her name.
On the morning of the Fourth of July
Louisa May xvas very happy as she
stood before the small mirror in her
bed room and gave the last touches to
her toilet. Her challis had made up
very p. -Oily, and her mother had de
lighted her by an unexpected gift of
a pretty pink ribbon sash. She had
never before had such a beautiful hat,
and there xvas but one thing to detract
from her satisfaction with her ap
pearance. "If I only didn't have such a mop of
red hair!" she said to the mirror. "If
It was mouse-colored, like Amanda
Iane's, or a regular briudle like Lucy
Trent's, I shouldn't care. Hut red! It
Isn't as red as it used to be, though.
and I shall xvear my hat while I sin
that xvill hide It a pood deal.
There had boon few holidays in Lou
isa May's life, and never one so full of
promise of pleasure as this. She had
been to the village tho-daj before to
rehearse her song xvith Miss Hope, who
she found herself on the platform be
fore the audience that tilled every part
of the grove. The Chairman of the
day stepped forward and said:
"We will now listen to a solo, 'The
Star Spangled Hanner,' by Miss Louisa
At this some of the Orand Army
men set up a shout, ami Louisa May
walked to the froiw of the platform
with the large silk tlag she xvas to
hold while she sang.
The applause died away and the or
ganist had just begun !o play the pre
lude, when a boy shouted shrilly!
"Ked head! lied head! l'.ettcr look
out or the lireworks will catch!"
Louis j May's pink cheeks grew pal
lid. She opened her lips, but no sound
came from them. She xvas trembling
from head to foot. The Hag fell from
her hand down over the edge of the
platform. Then in an agony of em
barrassment she put both hands over
her face ad began to cry.
The boy who had called out "Hod
head:" suddenly felt a hand grip the
back of his collar, and he xvas jerked
from his seat by an irate little old
"I'll let ye know how ye call my
sran'daughter 'red head,' ye little sass
box! You take that!" and he smartly
big aUiui her. and her eye xvere tinn
ing and her fae xvu Mulling a he
U'gan the second Mauza In. a voloo
without the lat quaver. The old
man did not sins iigxx He Mood
side her. xvitli one arm still around her.
Mini nodded time with his Miowy head
and gently waved the tla above the
xx lien Iiulsa Mays voice died pway
after the last lines, the applause was
deafening. While it was Mill at its
height her grandfather stepped to the
edge of the platform, holding the flag
aloft. When he could le heard he
called out Khril'y:
"Kverybody join me in singing the
last two lines! Come, now, everybody
"And the star-spangled banner in triumph
O'er the land of tiic free and the home of
The Oovernor himself congratulated
Louisa May, and handing her the beau
tiful little silk tlag he had been holding
in his hand, he said:
"Let me give you this to remember
Louisa May thought she never could
liatof of tie Histoir, "ri
me Hei" Honored by a
Heroic Broiza Figure.
In Ixlngtoti. Ma., on Thtirwtajr,
April 10, the one buttdrtd aud twrt.ty
flfth anniverMry of th battle of Ia'X
Ington. thr-r wat tinrtdled with appro
priate i-iemnides tht M.xtup of Captain
Joi n Parker. Under of the minute men
in that historic conflict.
The Maim stands on the dd town
be any happier than she xvas during
the rest of that day, but she felt much
the same xvay three days later xvhen,
on coming home from the straxvberry
patch, she found Crandpa Hatfield
waiting for her in the hall. He Hung
open the parlor door behind him as
he kissed her, and Louisa saw in a cor
ner of the room a beautiful, shining
9tAu-: r r I.
feTATt'B O? in I MINTTK MAV.
green, now Lexington Coiuiikii, th
scene of the battle. The figure Is of
heroic size and stands, gun in hand, on
a base of rough bowlders, gazing down
the road to 1'oston. The e'.itite memor
ial rises iuok than twenty feet from
the ground, xvatcr tumbling down from
under the topmost rock into a prrat
granite bowl, xvbere horses may drink.
In the tear are seats and a drinking
fountain, with old fashioned powder
horns for drinking cups.
Francis Itrown Hayes gave the mon
uiv'iit to the town. The design is the
A Larft Adlltloa.
Another Urje cotton misufclortt:
jlant will be UblUbffi la Ui Ctir-
lott IX. C.) dUtricL It U to tx buUt
oy tfce HU- Mnufcturtnc Co. btch
filed artlck cf Intorporatloa Jurinc
the rt Kk. with cinlttl tiock
placed at $-t).(0. The locorpwatom
ire Mt&sra. Georre II. Hlta aad I),
rrikmocbut of Cfctrlotte. X. C and
John M. iaodea of Hhodhi. X. C.
They are largely laterctd ta cottoa
manufacturing. Mistra. Hli and
Uhodes being presldtnt and upTtn-tf-ndent.
respectively, cf the Rho-ihlM
Maninacturlns Co.. tow operating IS.-
y) splndleg and 420 looms at Rbodi.
xxttre the new mill will alo be lo
cated. The libs Manufacturing Co.'
plant 111 haxe 25.ooO sptndlea and
fOO looras, driven by electricity gen
erated from water-power, and the pro
duct will be high grade cotton good.
rhe engineering contract ha nt ytt
reen made. The etcKkholders will mett
hla wetk to elect oSlcera an! arraajc
further details. Offices arc at 41 S.
College street, Charlotte.
mi FALLS FIOA BUDGE
Madrid. By CbW Fourtrti to4
aaJ S4 injured jxroc bat b ra
trlratrd frota th wrvtrka of lk IU!V
train, wbirh ortartsv at XJtIl
rlxer Saxurday nlttL
Accordlsc to ofirlai laformatloa. I)
P-rona rrr VIIW J and oibTv er
loosly Injured- Miny ot It injured
will die. Of the three hundred p
aeneers on tbe train It la J tbat
I1IH SI I
A rbartrr la graa!e4 tlm NUeI
Manafactortsg Crtpay. c4 IDitAWtJi
Cay. rwjtJUl lt.t. . I. U al
tfcr. to ibo; Vca Tbe rcfaf
c:nufAftre lomtw Tbe AmerV.a
lumber CotnpaBf of llt(b Vtt A
Tbe train, which was coairoe c: 1
New Kn.ttlrK Mi I.
ThrouKh the Hor;a cf the Doard pf
rrade cf HoanoUe, Va.. coat-ecta have
3ft n closed securing the establishment
5f a $0.00 knitting mill In that city.
VleFsrs. Charles Mhharl and Daniel
Robb of 219 Chestnut Ftrt. rhlladel.
3bia. Pa., will own and operate the
plant. They will occupy building time
tfoflcs high. 40x0 ftct. and manufac
ture hosiery. empiolng about forty
jperatlves. Messrs. Michael and HoV.i
were mentioned in January last aa
rcntcaiplating thi3 plant.
U'inv Hudm Kitsoa, the
of the Admiral Farragut
statue in -Marine Park. I'.oston. and of
the Dyer Memorial Fountain in Provi
dence, It. I.
Jiotliintr to I5e Asltamert Of.
It is stated that the Ixwe Manufac
uring Co. and the Eastern Manufac
:urlng Co. of Huntsville, Ala., will con
solidate and add a plant for finishing
:he product of both mills. The output
f these mills Is at present finished at
Fitchburir. Mass. These two compil
es have been under the sanr.c manage
ment (being In control of Filchburg.
Mass., cctton ciant'.faclurers). and ev
ral weeks ago announced that plana
ind sjT.c.ifications are being prepare!
Vr doubling rach mill. Messrs. Cow
?11 & Love are now preparing plar.s
irvl specifications for the enlargement.
The Love addition xvill tw an 80x13')
oot strurture, and the Eastern will be
;o:120 feet. The two companies te
ently increasr,! capital by $130,000 to
jrovSde funds for enlargements.
Mrssrs. ChnrVs E. Garner and Smith
Pickett of Jacksonville. Fla.. hav
rade a proposition to build a $200.0r0
iotton factory near Albany, Ga. The;
propose locating: the plant at Bis
5oals dam. on Muckafoonee creek.
:wo mi'3 from Albany, and utilizing
hat water-power, which they control.
lhany Investors are askod to sub
cribo $50,000 of tbe amount to he in
vested. A committee is now endeav-
jnag to meet tne terms oi me proposi
two eegios and tUteen cvarbe m
crttlng the brtdae wbra tbe curllnn
between the engines broke. Tbe i
ond engia left the Irak ani fell. fed.
lowed by tb eatlre train Into the b-l
of the river. Kcrtunatrly the atT
was lew. The n-aret tnedlral attml
ance u i mile ani a half distant.
Those paeaecrs bo mere least la
Jutd aided the :hers and dlJ all pos
sible until tbe arrival of relief trains
bringing nurses, doctor and soldiers
The train fell SO fet frota tbe bridta
to the river bej. the roarfces j41inc up
in a maw of splintered wuol and Iron
work. Thv scene is drwrib"d aa bor.
rifylcg. Many corpfa tra carried
down the stream, whirh was actually
reddened with blood. It waa found Im
possible to extricate numbera of the
Injured bo mere p'.nloned undrr tl
wreckage. A railway guard was ar
retted In the act of robbing the dead
and narrowly escaped lynching
trie CotBpAftT rf MW-atttle. YarejtPe
coaaty. CA;Wtl i:i. tof 11.
Mills, cf t ht.se . bt (luW Wa.
. t-f Wlthtokaa. Iri . &!( axailr
:t the stoKli.
State Auditor iHioa says tbe t
Istute require the relorw f nm !l cor
urstloba If uf 11. but aa tbU Is
a meat year tt It eireed:nalf 4tfi
cult for tbe roriwatlaa lo arert:a
ht tbe new iiKimrtt of tbe
Ilea of their prepertjr la frrm tfce
frr In time t3 make tbe redlrel
ie;ert to tbe aaiito. Tbe i8lt U a
fteat des ot trouble
J. T. Itocers. of Ihtrbssi. fco a
U dnrdsy itornlnc drank aa ov.a-e
U'ttle of lauJaaura st b: Lm-e la
KJgrmont. was reported TbrJ-y t
t-e getting along very c!l saJ rja;4
eied out cvf danger. He btl a pretty
rioae rll. an J It ! sail that t f.tr
the faithful work of the ph) i Ur.i, be
mould net now be la the Uad nf tbe
Martin Xrdstrotn. 4 Nem Vrk. a
; Dane. agd 47. mho denrat!r,g tbe
U'kpltsl Club at lUIHg .itrraptea
J rble early Tbursdsy tnoTalrg. lie
It is believed that tht ofSclal flgura j if ajed from the mlnJow of bla ta at
undc cstlmate the number of the kill
ed, rorae accounts giving the number
f.f dea 1 a- IW. The full exfnt of the
catastrophe !!1 le known only mhen
the wrrtkaxe baa been cleajd am ay.
The latest dispatch's ricra iaragoa
fa, near vhbh place the catastrophe
oecurted. give the n-mler of ded as
90 and the injufd aa 100. The reu
of the Injured from the debris is not
Shot Uy Poi'c-man.
Gadsden. Ala.. Ppecial. Gua Stead
n'en waa shot aal killed at Alabama
City, by Policemen N. P. Jarrard and
A. N. Harnts. while attemupting to
ttakc his escape. It is alleged that John
Steadman had kidnapped Mamie Mc
Knizht. the 13-year-old daughter of R.
! K McKnight. stole 7 from her and. It
:s raid, forced her lo po mlth him to the
wooda. where It is reported Gus Stead-
man and Sae Harvey & woman of Chat
j tanooga. were In hiding from the offl
icers. Steadman claims. It '3 under
i stood, that he Intended marrying tho
c;rl. John Steadman and Se Harvey
f-e I'ark llertel lo the siJemalk. frar
turing bia akull. breaking bis U. aaJ
aim. and receiving internal tnjurua.
He bad been drtnklng a'.ghtly fr
The fifth annual eelen ef tt
trt-at lllhle (enf"mr mill mnitu
August J to 1. at Montnat. X t . a
dr the direction o Iter. Walter II d
comb. The ce nfTence mill rotta, e
mile scope of I'dble lntrutl a VI any
ptomlnent speakera mill attend.
A very lmirtant Inxtutlon baa
I leen iM-rferte-d by a Monroe rnan tm
Is a combination cutt.u planter and
I guano dlstrlbutir. Mr. J. W. Iludge la
i the InTentor.
A charter Is granted the Wa-d.lnrfn
J laundry Company, of Wasblngtoa.
1 -1 tin tu-ui
The State rented Its eae In tbe Wil
rnn murder trials e.n Tu-day.
FANEUIL HALL, THE CRADLE OF LIBERTY, BOSTON.
boxed the howling boy's ears. Then
he hurried toward the platform aud
up the steps. A queer-lookins old man
he xvas, xvith long white hair aud
beard. He had on a stiffly starched
linen "duster' and bright blue jean
trousers. Hurrying to Louisa May's
side, he put his arm around her xx-aist
and said, soothingly:
-There, there, Louisy May! Don't
"Why. grandpa!" she exclaimed, and
Hung her arms around his neck, half
laughing and half-crying. His dim
xes had a strange light in them, and
his voice xvas not' steady as he said:
"I tell ye, Louisy, I don't know xvhen
I have heard anything that took suvh
hold of me as the xvay you sung that
grand old 'Star Spangled Banner.' I
want it to be the first song you sing
you mind that impudent little sass- j on your new piano. I'll play it, and
box! You sing your song noxx Come, -we'll sing it together,
grandpa xvill start ye off on it!"
The old man picked up the flag which
she had let fall to the platform, and
holding its staff in one hand while his
other arm was round Louisa May's
waist, he began to sing.iu a thing, wav
ering, but not unmusical x.piee:
"Oh! sav, can you see, by the dawn's early
What tso proudly we hailed at the tvi
lieht's la.st izleaming
Whose . broad stripes and bright stars,
through the perilous tight,
O'er the ramparts we watched, xvere so
He stopped at the end of these lines
and said gently to Iouisa May:
"Come, now, honey, you sing, too."
She had taken her hands from her
lace, and as she looked into the sympa
thetic faces of the people before her,
she felt her courage rise. When the
; old man began to sing the next lines
1 Louisa May's voice, clear and steady
I and sweet, rose high above his own:
glare, the bombs
A fexx' moments later a passer-by
reined up his horse in front of the
house to listen to the fresh young voice
and the old and quaering one sing
"And the star-spangled banner in triumph
' shall wave
O'er the land of the free and the home
pf the brave.
was to play the accompaniment on the
organ, and Miss Hope had said that
Louisa sang beautifully. She had a
very clear and strong x-oice, and she
eald to her mother as they drove to
wnrd the grove, "I don't feel a bit ner
vous or afraid noxv."
She did. however, feel a little ner
vous when her turn to slug came, aud
I "And the rocket's red
burstinz in air.
i Gave proof through the
! flag was still there.
! Oh! say, does that star-spangled banner
i yet wa'c
i O'er the land of the free and the home of
j the brave!"
Something of the lofty spirit of the
! grand old song suddenly filled Louisa
j May's heart, aid made her forget her
' wounded feelings. Her grandfather
held the Hag so that its folds were fall-
Lady "Ain't you ashamed to be ty
ing firexx-orks to that dog's tail V"
Hoy ".Ashamed? Ilully Gee! Ain't
he an English 'bulldog and ain't dis de
Fourth of July?" ruck.
liAiA KAf.n ilta't n I t Vl A
;ion. Some months ago Mr. Pickett ; . . . , unrnt. ,v hr f-ther.
lallx-d of building a mill at Albany. j T;,orc Js great lndigll3tioa at Alabama
The Washington Mills of Fries. Va.. ! City.
aas been fully completed and recently
:?gun operations. The plant has 45.00(1
;nindlr-s and 1500 looms manufacturing
wl dn,.l o rwl ttA r r m ninv !
i ,.amt.nt-7Pi ot t2.22S.000. When ihi able excitement prevailed In the oil
Oil c.'rc 5care.
Sour Lake. Tex.. Special. Conslder-
A JUNE FOREBODING.
Willie has five fingers
On t'sich boyish hand;
Willie likewise has ten toes
Upon which to stand.
But a doubt comes o'er us,
Tear drops dev.--each eye
Will he have so many
On the 5th of nest July?
Willie has two eyebrows,
Each in proper place;
lias his cars and cheeks and chin
Safe upon his fsce.
jj nd we fondle Willie
As we of:!y sigh,
"Will he still possess them
On the 5th of next July!"
Ths OH North Church, Boston, ia
Whose Belfry Tower Two Sijaal
Lights Were Kung For Paul Revero
enterprise was first announced by the
Manuafrtures' Record in 1901 the
equipment was given as 40,000 spindles
md 1100 looms.
Extract Woo! &. Merino Co. of Chat-
'anooga. Tenn.. has - begun the irc-.T-ovements
for which it increased
japital from $20,000 to $40,000 in
March. A a additional building will be
erected and equipped with sufficient
jiachinery to double present output.
The producet is shoddy or wool secured
!rom rasrs and cloth containing cotton
It is stated that the Clifton (S. C.)
Manufacturing Co. has sold about 6000
..lit lv UL CWt.l.Ula a I . va v v. w .
130.C00. This company is one of those
tvhose three mills were destroyed and
Jamacod by the recent flood. The cot-
en sold is what was saved or aooui
)0O0 bales in the warehouses that were
Messrs. G. A. Guignard and L. I.
luion have incorporated the Lexing
ton Water-Power Co. of Lexington. (3.
2.) xvith capital stock of $50,000. They
propose developing a water-power ana
transmitting the energy by electricity,
Lo establish cotton and woolen millE,
Messrs. John M. Jones, John K.
Brown. F. A. Carter, w. si. ration.
lames May and J. H. McCaslin have
incorporated Sweetwater (lenn.) Hos
iery Mills, with capital stock of $33,-
W. H. Johnston, Box 546. Miami.
Tla.. proposes developing water-powtr
jnd establishing a cotton-yarn mill In
Georgia. He is in the market for all
the machinery required.
Messrs. J. A. Ahernathy. R. S. Aber-
aathy and T. F. Ccater have incorpo
rated the Wampum Cotton Mills co.
Df Lincolnton. N. C. with an author
ized capital of $160,000.
Weldon (N. C.) Manufacturing Co
will erect a three-story addition ana
install additional machinery. Thif
sompany operates a knitting mill.
Witten McDonald of Kansas City,
Mo., proposes organizing $250,000 com
pany to build 10.000-spindle cotton
mill at Carthag?, Mo.
P. O. Caruenter and others have in-
Tirnor2te4 the Newton Hosiery Mills
Stoic "Co. cf Newton, N. C. The capi
tal stock is $10,000.
The Easiey Cotton Mills cf Easier.
S. C. has filed aotice oi its intenlioa
to increase capital stock ffozi $350,00!)
Double Tracking the Southera.
Washington. Sperlal Sijerlntnd
cnt IVdon. f the Authrrn. ho l
aepcrlnUndent the double lraklnc f
the ayatem. la In Waahlnrtoa an! re
Iorta that fifteen tnllea of Irark hate
txea complete J tmeo Aleiandxla
ar.d Oranite auJ that by July 1 2
miles wJll be la operation. Ila4 It fccf
txn for the Mk atortna ani fda lo
the South Intirferlric with trafflr ta
dltiona on the Siuthern. aa ill aa
! other railroada and reatine, neeeraity
I for takine rinti off rtmatru t loa rrk
and roadbeds, the wotk o.i!d
jbf-n complrttd on thla aettlou.
jCara Running-. I'.ut Travel L'xht at
I R chmond.
j Richmond. Special. Ca:a were ran
on all city lln'a lday and for a part
In? the die on ihe auburtaa line a
IJartcn llelchta. all vnitr mlliUry
prelection. Tbet? has been tit roalea
tation of cara and no disturbance of
mointnt. no far aa report' d. Trri on
the cars continuca Urht. iaeer.
Ihoufh It waa perreptlbly heaUr to
day than yesterday. Tbe cara are to
run until 12 o'clock p. in., and tbn out
look la fcr a re'ful n!ht. thousb lt
La realized that an outbreak of dlaor
dtr rcay orcur at an moment.
Urakneat In the Aikaoa.
Newport Na. Va.. Spwlal.-It
fleld for a time Just after noon Satur- i rn,j pttlnc tbem to repairing brl lsa
Say, caused by flames springing up on
the oil wastes belonging to th? Guf-
feys & Texa3 Addition Company. The
fire, was caused by tome one throwing
a lighted match into the oil. For a
time the flames were fierce and led to
the belief that the big Guffey tanka
weio on fire. Surface accumulation
soon burned over, however, and by 3
o'clock the flames were completely un
der control and the loss ia compara
R ot at Unveiling
London. B7 Cable. During the un
veiling at Arklow. Ireland, of a monu
ment to the rebels who fell In th
battle of Arklow. in ITS?, at which
ceremony 30.000 Nationalists were
present, the latter collided with a band
of Ftrcot preachers, one of whom nar
rowly escaped death at the hands of
the mob. The house in wnicn ce iook
refuee waa wrecked. Several hundred
policemen were obliged to charge the
Nationalists, and stones were mrown
batons freely used and many persona
were injured before the mob waa mas
Another Kentucky War.
Jackson. Ky.. Special. In a feud
fight Saturday night, near Daisy Bell.
Breathitt county. Hiram Barnctt waa
killed and John H?nry Ifccker and Joe
Hecker were seriously wounded. The
men, with Samuel and Sllaa Barnett,
met at the home of MLsa Leila Barns,
neice of Burns Fitspatrick, who waa
the only Juror against the conTlctlon
of Curtis Jett. While discussing the
course of Juror Fitspatrick. John Hen
ry Hecker, the friend of Miss Burns,
resented what was said and all eoon
began shooting. There have been no
arrests and no one can tell who fired
the first shcts that took effect
The Mobile Lumber Co. of Mobile,
Ala . has increased its capital stock
from $1 50,030 to $2,000,000.
The Eeans Lumber Co. of Baltimore,
, has Veen incorporated, with a cap
cf $25,000. The incorporators are
Wrn. T. Kuans, Lo Roy C. Patillo and
Win. II. Whiting.
The Wab3sh Screen Door Co. of
4emp"nis. Tenn.. ha3 awarded the con
tract to C. J. Yf.gar for the erection
cf a $45,000 addition to its plant, plana
for which have been prepared.
Girl Killed Cy Lover.
Sherman, Conn.. Special. Angered
over her refusal to marry him. P. H.
Worden. of Carmical. killed Edith Ros
ece, also of that town, by cutting her
throat. He then-attacked Mrs. Sher
isi'aa Roscoe, sister-in-law of Miss Rcs
coe "witi a haaser. crushing ter akull
and inflicting probaV.y fatal izjuilcs.
Worden then atteacpted to kill hiX3elL
TVa irltr Of enrred at the Roscoe
X Uv V Or0
A Serious Clash.
Vienna. By Cable The Neue Freie
Press published a dispatch announcing
that armed peasants attacked gen
darmes at Ludbcrr. Croatia, yesterday.
the eendarmta fired a vol
ley killing four men asd wounding
others. Peasants elsewhere in Croatia
it ia added, tie rising in revolt and
martial law was proclaimed t Lad
oerg recently on account of rioting.
understood that mrakneea were dla
cered In the 12-lnrb gun turret foun
dations of Ihe monitor Arkaaaaa dur
ne the lest whlf h waa maie at aea yea-
Urday to aaeertaJn whether or not the
parts affected would rlTe way aa did
the corresponding parts on the monitor
Railroid Anawrra Charge.
Washington. Soeclal. The Macon.
)ubl!n k. Savannah Rall'oad fild with
the Intfr-State Commerce Commlwlon
aa answer to tho complaint of thi
Georgia Fruit Growcra Amdcimiou.
The road denlea that Ita cbargea are
unjust or tbat the eatabllabment of
minimum car load weight raua aab
Jrcta tfce Georgia fruit ablppeff to dia-
Cotton Gins For Porto Rico.
San Juan. P. R.. Special. Five eot-
ton gira have arrived here from tbe
Felted States and will I"? immediately
installed. They are the first rina to
rtach Porto Rico In forty years. The
ccttcn plantations of the laland now
cover 11.000 acrea and tbe area la be
ing increased weekly. Saa Juan naa
teen chosen aa the centre of thla trade.
Cy Wire and Cable.
SeTen new cardinals were appointed
it a papal consistory.
King Peter of Servi kit Gtceva en
b!s way to Belgrade.
The famine in Kwaxg 1 pro3?e,
China. L2a become much worse.
The French Chamber of Dpuiles be
gan another aerks cf d:scusa!ons en
Kins Petfr I. of Scrr!." reart:-d
Vienna on his way ts Belgrade , 1
The American 2eet of war reieels.
under Rear-Admiral Cctton, arrived at
Kd and were welcomed by Prlnre
IJeuL Marshal A- lioena. a
wealthy AmerUan. who ia nrrw Is th
British Army, waa married la Loadaa
to MUs Irene IL Murray.