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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 101-3
Em 5TflTc um
numii UIIIIL HUM ILIIU
ra nam pv
Items Gleaned From
Murphy to flanteo.
Hie Bank Suit.
TayloiHvilK'. Special. Thursday
night an action for malicious prose
cution was instituted by I)- . J. II.
Moore, proprietor of the Mf or.; Cotton
Mills, rtt Ltiedouii, N. C, again.M the
First N:tioiirxi Hank, of Htntesvir.o. N.
('., an. I George II. -Brown, cashier of
said lank. The damage? ciaiT.cd jmv
$..:. M'i. Ti).. a tio?i mow out of an
attachment proe-cding instituted in
Ftatcsvilb- last June upon th" filing
of an affidavit by the cr.shb-r. Mr.
Brown, of tli" First National Hank,
of that uty. ;'gain. t all the property
nt LJIedoun. including th Mo .re Cot
ton Mill-; and the Llledoun Roll'r
MlliM and tlie lloore Milling Com
pj'tiy'u proper!;-, in Hichory. N. C.
The ahove i roperty )a owned by l.
Moore, who. at that time, v.as in Cin
cinnati. ().. ,,n busdm
il more L h '.at j L atrd.
Ashniilo- p( 1 ial--The 0f the
Illltmore rscite iisrve by F. IJ.
Moo;-e, maaafcor ef Ke,i:hvortli In... is
lie of the bii-M'.'t projects cotl?i If-rod
in this sfttion rr a while. It rr.av
1" Ktatfd that the i. T. c-j-tcmphted
1 the tran.-: i tion n t-hos neuiv $2.
"i.oi'ft The f uln.iaition of the project
n.eans tie lease ly Moore fiopi I ir.
.-'Inn k. aa agent for Om-cp W.
Wind' rhilt, of t!;- e.itire I'irccia' pie-
servr, wti.Ii foafamy form tHOuto in.
l.Vi.iu'i .-ens. s-.iator Cizrin. of
1 in iai;r 1 jjuki. o v:u r oi iae l i f l v.. r tli
fi: .1. a-; wil Moare, entinu-iasli .
al.o;'t tiie I'lau. Itiltr,!',:o Ci-'! pvaypr,
in whirh Hilt more ho,i,e ,ltuat-l. !
not roni.i :!r,,,i ja the deal ::t all. an I
pcrsons f ai
m a a i 1:01a t ;siaa
grotinds wiil piobah'y
through ilu state. In a::;,
pirsdve will he kcj't no 1
r.oi ; ; ;i .s
derbilt aad patrolk-.l by sv.ae wardens
employed by him. ; ton ginned from the growth of the
; present year up to October 18, places
State Note. 1 ,h? amount at 3.839.627 commercial
Chbf or Folic? Scott, of Greensiboro, 'f as aainst 5.&25.S72 bales gin
was notified ion.l,y over the 'phm.o oomZl ,1, V-ar'
, , , complete returns on production for
by the Hev. to-ir .lohnr-on. co'orcJ, 1902 showed that 53.5 per cent, of the
pastor of ilo Frovidcuc-j Ii.iptist total crop had been ginner prior to Oc-
hurch. at D i.-i'n. a negm : abari of
Grrcnsborrv. that four cises of shoes.
siippo.srd t hrie !): n u.obn. weie ly
ing broken oaf a rear the can a. The
pastor's attention v.s first dive .-nd to
the Slices by oae of hU Sundiy srhod
pupiK who told birr, of it. in the fol
lowing fith-liUo explanation: "Oh,
Mr. Johnson, just come here and see
what the Lord has provided for yoa."
The eh'cf of polb e found ft air boxc.j
broken open. b't the fd'.oes were
course brogma. and ncne of them had
been tarried away. A fifth box. which
had evidently contained patent leather
fihoe?. had been completely robbed as
only the empty box was left. The shoes
were billed to a Winston mercantile
firm and had been stolen from a
Five days ago a burglar entered the
vault of Florence Mills store at For
est City, took $2,000. wind escaped.
Two officers learned that tb? burglar
went to Wright's Ferry. S. C. and has
tened there. After watching all night
and all day they met their man in the
road. They ordered the burglar to hold
up his luindr Vat he began firing. His
shots went will. The policemen re
turned the fire, two shots taking ef
fect. When arrested a part of the com
pany's money and different kinds of
explosives were found on the burglar,
lie refused to give his name. He is
probably fatally shot. A later account
savs lie died Tuesday evening at C
o'clock, at the home of Mr. William
Hrown. in York County. S. C, one
mile from Wright's Ferry, where he
was shot while resisting' arrest. The
man gave his name as F. H. Calvert,
but revealed nothing of his past lift.
F. G. Huberts, n native of Wilkes
county, is a fugitive from justice from
McDowell county. W. Va. charged with
the embezzlement cf $1,000 school
funds. He was a justice of the peace,
postmaster and secretary and treasur
er of the public school funds of that
county, and for many years was prom
inent in politics. II? left North Car
olina a do2en years a&o.
t Glass, a small station six miles
north of Concord, Sunday morning at
9:30 olock the engine of the Sou
thern's passenger train No. 39 truck
a wagon containing four inmasr of
the county home of Cabarrus county,
and the dead body of Mrs. Kato Lewis.
All the occupants of the wagon were
killed and the coffin and wagon were
uplintered into kindling wood.
Booker T. Washington made a
6trong. practical and sensible address
at the Negro State Fair at Raleigh,
N. C. last week.
The negor man. Sanfor Thompson,
who was found dead by the side of the
railroad, near Pelham, cn Monday,
was buried Tuesday. The jury of in
quest at first thought he was killed
,T a train, but evidence brought out
since points to possible murder, and
the case was continued to procure fur
ther proof of the latter theory. -
B. L. Duke, ton of the millionaire,
Washington Duke, and brother of
President Duke, of the American To
bacco Company has created a sensa
tion by bringing suit against his wife,
Minnie Duke, who is now- in Califor
nia. Duke's attorney said Tuesday the
suit is one to "clear the title" to prop
rty. It is expected that the action will
result in a divorce suit.
The police of Fayetterille have un
der arrest John Allen, a negro sup
posed to be the murderer of Ada Smith
colored, at Norfolk on the 11th day of
August , for whom $50 reward is offer
ed. The prisoner closely .meets the de
scription of the Norfolk negro.
Leave has been granted upon a mo-
tean of Attorney General Gilmer to
bring suit in Pender county to va
cate the charter of the Holly Shelter
Kailway on the ground that it is not
r.:ch a common carrier as the law con
templates to exercise the right of em-
TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF CREW
; Lashed to Broken Mast 48 Hours and
Without Food or Water.
Vr.tv- Vrtrlr ttrtrwsttnl ttm V-.;.,.
v.... V A, .Jl''V.lll. I'll I, ft
lathed to a trump of a mast for 4. .
hours aril without fresh water for
three days. Captain Gabrielscn and
nine of the crew of the water log
Red nchoon r. John V. Linnell, have
reached thl port aboard the Italian
fchlp Gabrielie D'Ali. Notwithstanding
their privations the shipwrecked ma
riners are not suffering any serious
ill effects. The Linnell left Fernandi
na on Ortober 17th and on the 24th
plunged into a terrific gale. Owing to
the heavy r;ea running:, Captain Ga
brielsen reefed hi3 light sails. The
next day the wind blew a hurricane
ami It wo, found the schooner was
leaking. The wrecking pumps were
started, but proved of no avail, and
In a short time there was six feet of
water in the hold. The big seas had
smashed the small boats and mined
the tanks holding the fresh water. The
sailors' plight wa3 made more des
perate by the fear that the vessel
would turn turtle. To prevent thi3 the
masts were cut away and the crew
If. shed themselves to one of the
Hump?. The vessel was awash with
the exception of top of the afterdeck
house and the sailors ftiffered terrib'y
from lack of food and water. The
waves broke over them continually.
On the 26th the schooner was deeper
in the -.vat-?.- and the gale continued
wiih undiminished velocity. On the
afternoon of the 21th Captain Gabriel
sen attracted tho attention of the look
out on the Gabrielle D'Ali, and after
hazardous trip the Linnell'.s men
ere transferred from the sinking
i vessel to tho D'Alf. The Linnell was
j 2h'7;nI(jned in latitude CO.lb", longitude
, 73.21, by dead reckoning, and later
V" , "o"'1 at v",e-va,a liaven-
Cotton Cop Falls OIL
Washington. Special. A bulletin is-
Pucd by the Census Hureau on the cot.
toher 18. of that year, but the percent
age of the ginnage prior to October 18
of this year cannot be known until the
final report for the year is made. Mean
time two other reports will be sub
milted, on November IS and December
13. The statistics for the present year
wcie collected by 631 local agents, who
found tnat 27,723 ginneries had been
operated prior to Oi-tober IS, while to
the corresponding date last year 29,314
ginneries had been operated. The
only comment made in the bulletin on
the falling off of this year's production
is the following: "In comparing the
statistics of the two years due allow
ance must be made for the different
conditions of the two seasons."
The following figures show the pro
duction ginned In the various States
for the present year up to October 18:
Alabama 446,102; Arkansas 129.833;
Florida 23.436; Georgia 619.644; Indian
Territory 6.S23: Kentucky 211
ar.a 4inO0- Mlsaiesinni J71 in- Mk.
souri 8.027:' North" Carolina 232.625;
Oklahoma 40,526; South Carolina 414.-
709; Tennessee 69.71S; Texas 1.035.229;
Warships to Panama
Washington, Special. The Navy De
partment has received a cablegram
from Rear Admiral Gloss, commanding
the Pacific squadron, announcing the
departure of the Marblehcad and Wyo
ming and the collier. Nero, yesterday,
from Acapulco, Mexico, for Panama.
The squadron is proceeding at full
Asheville. Special. The body of a
woman mangled by the Southern Rail
way train near Buena Vista, last night,
was identified as that of Miss Kate
Ambery. 'of Trenton. N. J.. who had
been staying with the family of John
A. Rcebling. of this city. The young
woman left yesterday, saying she was
ill. She was not seen alive after
wards. President Notified.
Washington. Special. Representa
tives Livingstone, of Georgia; Tucker,
of Virginia, and Rev. Dr. Morrison,
comprising a committee from the Pres
byterian Church, represented to the
President that the treaty rights of
missionaries in the Congo Free State
were being violated. The President will
take the matter up with the State De
Circus Opposed By Prayer.
Danville. Va.. Special It is alleged
by those in charge of the Craighead
Street Mission that the failure of the
Barnum & Bailey circus to perform in
this city last week was due to the ef
ficancy of their prayers. All-day serv
ices were held at the mission, com
mencing early in the morning. Prayt-i
was held for several hours in the ear
ly morning, the petition being specially
that the circus be not allowed to per
form. It was not known till late in the
forenoon that the circus managers had
decided not to give the shaw here, and
when the fact was learned there was
much rejoicing. It is claimed that the
failure of the circus to show was due
entirely to the prayers of the mission
Daniels Must Hang.
Newbern, Special. The jury ta the
Daniel's BMMrder trial at Trenton, came
In at 7:30 Saturday night -with a ver
1Ict of murder in the first degree.
They were out SO minutes. The de
ence had no witnesses, but asked for
t verdict for manslaughter. Judge
vloore overruled the motion for a new
rial, and notice of appeal to the Su
re u,e Cout vras given. The judge
i-nteuel Daniels to be banged DeTn-
fleavfv -..v majority Recorded
to New Ycrk City
END OF A REMARKABLE CAMPAIGN
Total Net Gilna of 103,000 Grout
and Flowers Elected, Too Other
New York. Special. George B. Me
Clellan (Democrat) will be the next
mayor of Greater New York, having
defeated Mayor Seth Low for re-election
by a plurality of 63,617. complete
unofficial returns have been received
from every election district in the city.
By the same returns Comptroller Ed
ward M. Grout and Charles W. Fornes,
president of the board of aldermen,
running for re-election on the Demo
cratic ticket, though elected two years
ago as Fusionists, defeated their Fus
ion opponents by 66,790 and 64,973
plurality, respectively, .Comptroller
Grout leading the city ticket
Republicans Carry N braska.
Lincoln, Neb., Special. Based on re
turns from 115 voting precincts out
side of Iancaster county (Lincoln)
and Douglas county (Omaha) and Re
publican Srate central committee at
midnight made the claim of the elec
tion cf the entire Republican State
ticket by not less than 10,000 plurality.
This claim is considered conservative,
and newspaper returns tend to con
firm it. The vote for the 115 p;ecincts
in the State gives Barnes (Republi
can), 9.642; Sullivan (Fusion). S.192.
The same precincts, two years ago,
gave the Republican candidate 9.675;
Fusion. 8,107. a change so slight that
it will require a Fusion landslide from
an unexpected quarter to overcome the
Republican plurality of 12,000 of two
Ohio Heavily Republican.
Columbus, Ohio. Special. The Re
publicans broke their record in Ohio
ii; pluralities for Governor by electing
Myron T. Herrick (Republican) over
Mayor Tom L. Johnson (Democrat) by
considerably over 100.000. The plural
ity on joint ballot of over 100, in the
Legislature for the re-election of Sen
ator Hanna. more than triples any pre
Other El c'.ions.
Boston, Special. One hundred pre
cincts in Boston gave Gaston. Demo
crat, 23.233; Bates, Republican. 14.
026 a plurality for Gaston of 8.307. Last
year the same precincts gave Gaston
22.736; Bates 16,593.
Democrats estimate from these fig
ures that Gaston will carry Boston by
Boston. Special John L. Bates was
re-elected Governor of Massachusetts
j by a plurality of S5.S49 over Col. Wil
;li&m A. Gaston, the Democratic candi
iriate. With returns complete from
I . . J il.. c.. ,K
; every itiwn auu m int.- oiaic, cue
: total vote ror governor was: caies
! RepubllcaPj. 190,393; Gaston (Demo
:rat - !63,o44.
Baltimore. Md., Special lAte re-
turns show that Warfield's majority
is growing, and will probably reach
10,000. The Democrats will certainly
1 w-v in CAnntAPe t-h V uomih trartc ' in
the House 68 Democrats to 33 Re
publicans; on the joint ballot, 46 ma
Judge Wilson Shepard Bryan, in an
interview, suggests the North Caro
lina (constitutional amendment as
a possibility in Maryland. Plans to
eliminate the negro vote are being
Albanv, N. Y., Special Charles H
Sans, Republican, was re-elected mayor
c Albanv by a plurality considerably
lareer than that of two years ago. de
feating Col. Wm. Gorham Rice, for
merly United States civil service com
missicner under President Cleveland.
The campaign was one of the hottest
in recent years, being conducted ex
clusively on local lines. The entire Ke
publican city ticket is elected.
Providence. R. L. Soectal At mlo-
night the returns indicated the re
election of Governor Garvin. Democrat,
by a greatly reduced plurality. The
vote Is very close, however, and the
result will probably be in doubt unti
the last district is heard from. The Re
rmhliean State central committee
claimed that later returns would over
come Garvin's lead at midnight over
Col. Colt, Republican.
In Providence, Maj-or Miller, Demo
crat was re-elected.
Baltimore, Special. At 1 o cjock
Wednesday morning the returns from
Baltimore City and the Maryland coun
ties are meagre, owing to the length o
the ballot, and. therefore, it is impos
sible to accurately estimate the res ilt.
The indications, however, point to the
election of Edward Warfield (Demo
crat) as overncr over. Stevenson A.
Williams (Republican and that the
Legislature which will elect a tn;tej
States Senator will also be Democratic.
Louisville. Ky., Special The re
election of Governor John C. W. Beck
hs.m, the Democratic candidate, over
Col. Morris B. Belknap, Republican, by
& majority of fully 15,000, sterns as
sured. The Republicans concede the
election of Governor Beckhajn.
Jackson, Miss., Special. The vote in
the State in Tuesday's election was
light. The Democratic ticket was head
ed by J. K. Vardeman for Governor,
who was elected, there being no op
position. The race for clerk of the Su
preme Court, in which there are Cva
candidates, is in doubt. The ticket is
long, and returns are toming in
Ma tfeaflT of promise is never sten
he V& ooklng 3T.
Developments of Day la the Re
volution. Washington. Special. T?- events of
the day as they developed here relative
to the situation on the isthmus are:
Recognition of the de facto govern
ment; the receipt of dispatch? from
Commander Hubbard, of the Nashville;
the arrival in Washington of Con
sul General Gudger. of Panama, and
the Issuance of orders to Admiral
Coghlan to proceed forthwith to the
Isthmus with the consul general.
Commander Hubbard cabled that the
Colombian government troops, undet
Generals Torras and Toyar, 450 strong.
of Colon, had departed on a merchant
vessel. He stated that the lsthums.
rom one Ride to the other, was In the
hands of the revoltrtioaiatg. This state
ment is of the greatest importance.
The United Spates government is bound
y treaty to maintain order and pre
serve free traffic across the isthmus,
and is also under obligation to pre
vent any hostile collisions either along
the line of the Panama Railway or at
the termini, Panama and Colon. Thus
the future attitude of the Colombian
government towards the new Republic
Panama becomes of little import
ance, for it is practically impossible
for it to go to war with Panama. Offi
cials heic familiar with the country
declare that t is impossible to move
a Colombian armv overland to the isth-
mi:s, owing to the character of the
country. Gn the other hand, if an at
tempt is made to bring troops either to
Colon or Panama by water, the United
States naval officers at those points
would interfere. Tires by force of
treaty obligations requiring the main
tenance of order across the isthmus as
necessary condition to free transit.
the Uiiltfd State &. ?: nir.ent practi
cally '.ias been placed in the position of
a prelector t the new Repub'i- of
Panama, tmd that. too. reardlc?a of
any bias on the part of t'ac United
States government towards either
farty to the strife in Colombia.
It was authoritatively staled Friday
chat, though the reccgnit'on of th
new republic is of a business char act e?
"U first, consisting of an authorization
through our consular officials on the
tsthmus to do business with the ne.v
government as they did with the Co
lombian government, this will, in due
time, be foHnv.-e 1 by full political rec
ognition. 111 :s iftter form or recogni
tion wiil be deferred until the govern
ment at Panama has taken a more ic;
r.lar form. It is presumed here that the
junta will very soon issue a call for
a convention which will adopt a con
stitution and provide for the selection
of a President. Then it will be in ordei
for ministers to be appointed between
the two countries, the United States
and Panama, which will constitute full
political recognition of the new Slate.
That condition will enable the conduct
of negotiations that may be necessary
to the successful execution of the pro
ject of the United States for the con
struction of the isthmian canal, and it
is a certainty that existing concessions
will not suffer.
Colon, Colombia, By Cable. General
Cuadros, the prefect of Colon, and the
senior officer commanding the troops
wheih arrived Tuesday on the gun
boat Carthagena from Savanilla. are
maintaining their position of refusing
to acknowledge the authority of the
provisional government of Panama,
and the troops still refuse to return to
Savanilla. The lives of American resi
dents are threatened. Amesiean and
foreign families are flocking for shelter
to the railroad stations.
Washington, Special. Vice United
States Consul Ehrman, at Panama,
cables the State Department under
Wednesday's date that the Colombian
government warship Bogota is shelling
the ritv. One Chinaman has been
killed. " Mr. Ehrman has been instruct
ed to protest against the bombardment
If the consul's protest is not sufficient,
the commander of the United States
War Ship Boston, which is by this
time on her way to Panama from San
Juan del Sur. 600 miles distant, will
promptly seize the Colombian gunboat,
X necessary to stc the bomDarumenr
Cotton S'at st'C.
Liverpool, By Cable. Following are
the weekly cotton statistics: Total
sales of all kinds. 41.000 bales ; total
sales, American. 34,000; English spin
ners' takings, 93,000; total exports. 7.
000; imports of all kinds, lj.jyj; im
ports, American. 141,000; stock of all
kinds. 209.000: stock. American, 139
000; quantity aflo3t. American. 311,000;
total sales on speculation. 609; total
sales to exporters. 1.500
News In Brief
The Japanese minister at Washing
ton has reeeived from bis
government an explanation of General
MacArthur's charge tht the Japanese
Consul at Manila promise 1 to the
The jsuuual rate of expenditure for
tranporting mails in the United States
The report of the Commissioner of
Education shows that 17,460,000 pupils
are enrolled in the public and private
schools of the United Ststes.
Senator Morgan, of- Ala ban: a, say
he believes the Democratic national
ticket next year will be Gorman and
A provisional government was es
tablished at Panama tor the new re
public of the Isthmus and the Colom
bian warship Bogota sailed away af
ter firing upon the city without doing
mnch damage. -
It is believed by some that the Unit
ed States was cognizant of the revolu
tion on the Isthmus of Panama.
The Emperors of Germany and Rus
sia met at Wiesbaden, Germany.
Senator Hanna in an interview said
the result In Ohio had not altered his
position on the raatUr ct fe pre:-1
denttel Ti&mtDsiV.iio "ft
The Venetuelan Arbitration Cri
resumed its iont at The Haruf.
Charles K. Murphy. leader of the
Tammany, was said to favor Jode A.
B. Parker for the presidency.
Two more mencbrs of the Armen
ian Revolutionary Soeitty r asvi
inated in Iondon. the murderers thr
The anti-Add:ck Re-jblbn re
mained y from tfce birmony con
ference callel to tcK in DoW. el..
to beil the brea -h in the Riiubliean
party a Ilaw!.
Prcio;:s llirny. a firmer.
drngre!. rot?ied snd a!niot ki'.lej i,y
uesro ofr.cr. near Ki h:rt r. I.
Sharkey it Jacksonville.
Jacksonville. Siecla!. Tom Sharkey,
who will wrestle with Tom Jenkins for
the championship of th world, arrived
with his manager from New York.
Jenkins has been here in training four
days. Final arrangements for the
wrestling match will be made at Tht
Tiraes-I'nion office at 1 o'clock la the
afternoon, when a referee will be ap
pointed. Tne wrestling match for the
championship of the world ill take
place at the Carnival Stadium at 5
o'clock tomonow night.
Lexington. Ky., Special. Twelve
shots were fired at Captain Uwcn. the
star witness in the feud cass recently
tried in Breathitt county, as h? iassed
along Walnut 6treet Tuesday night.
The shots were fired Trom a blind al
ley. One went through his hat and an
other through the lapel of his coat, but
none of them touched bim. He was
walking along with Judge W. H.
Mann, at whose home he is staying,
and the judge had just crossed the al
ley in front cf Ewen when the firing
Dowic'5 Last fleftlnj:.
New York. Special. John Alexan
der Dowie held bis final meeting in
New York in Carnegie Hall Sunday
night, addressing a s;iarse audience,
which he characterized as '"scrawny
and miserable." He annouu'-ed that 1 e
had established a branch of bis Ch inh
In New York, and that in future regu
lar Sunday meetings would be ad
dressed bv various authorizers. H
also declared that be intended to re
turn in two years at the head of a
hoat 10,000 strong.
quired revision. The patrolman under
took to force the judg?s to turn the
ballots into the county clerk's office
and his interference w:.s resented. A
fight followed in which the colored
man was thrown forcibly from the
Rudyard Kipling Is thirty-eight years
The Crown Trince of Sweden Is to
represent King Oscar at the St. Louis
King George of Greece lias been
appoinleJ an honorary admiral of the
Judge Morris F.stee died at Honolulu.
II. I., from the effects of an operation
for kidney disease.
General Miles denied in Seattle,
Wash., that he had made large pur
chases of Texas oil lands.
John D. Rockefeller. Jr.. told his Bi
ble class the juggling of corporate
wealth recently disclosed is not gen
eral. Baron E. Nordenskjold. of Sweden,
has arranged for a zoological and an
thropological expedition to the borders
of Pern and Bolivia.
Boris Sara f off, the man who threat
ened the peace of all Europe by his fo.
mentation of the Balkan troubles, is
barely thirty-one years of age.
President Roosevelt has been elected
.111 honorary member of the National
Geographical Society, because of his
encouragement of exploration.
Bishop Gore, of Worcester, Mass.,
says he sees 110 serious argument
against cremation, and from a sanitary
point of view it has enormous advan
The betrothal is announced of Israel
ZAugwill. the novelist, lectnrer and
playwright, to Edith, daughter of W.
E. and Bertha Ayrton. of London, Eng
land. President Diaz of Mexico, the George
Washington of that republic, has
reached the age of seventy-three years
with vt.r rni -lii.tir tmnairert after
his long life of uusual activity.
Pietro Mascagnl. the famous com
poser, has accepted the presidency of
the Musical Society f Rome. He
hopes to create a conservatoire which
will eclipse all others in Italy.
The Eaby'a First Tcoth.
It is a funny craze that urges the
wearing of baby's first milk-tooth, but
this. Is. positively rampant among deep
'.y devoted Parisian mammas. The
sbeddiag of -the first toc;h is most
careu3y watched fjr, and afterward
this pearly trifle is handed over to
the j2"veler. Ke po.i2fc.c3 and trims
the little tooth until :t has aJI tie
apparanie of a gem. and in a rin; it
takes the place of a jewel. Some
ring are of plain gold, with only the
tooth as an onument, but mere oftea
baby's .first miik tooth forms the
center in a marquise ring of diamonds
and a hoop ring has bt;u sen con
taining five little teeth taking their
positions among large diamonds.
Barkaway Did you make love
any girls at the shore?
Cleverton Tea. One from Boston
and one from New Orleans.
"How was it IT
-Did you ever have ehill and
firr Smarrt Set
1 cove rnmeni. ruhif. jh f,.!i.. s i-i,,i. ,.r
Omaha. Neb., Special.-Muc, a.,of Kinanf?. Dr. Manuel Amador: Min- ' - ; ' ""X, n'- v
was caused at the polling j ister of Foreign Relations, h . . i'e j j ...... ,if .rnt
in the fourth district cf the KsPrHIa; Minister of Ja tir. o , , Jiit
ward by the election jr.dgc; fore- j v vi." . .V l- Minister of War and K Ja-k-tn. of Alabama. -Mmater:
ejecting a colored policeman. Af- 1 Marine! De Obar'rio. Jr. ; !lazU ' ;r,J f'''1- IliP'la;
the count was completed the YhPe Dr. Amador was in confer-
i.rtroc ,l!spnvprp.t .in error thit rn- . ...-.1. m..Mm.nt t.n(rilfi tbe of- -oit.rniC. m iiiigui. i t-orgia. ani
o v- . ... - - - - . . - . 1 t :n r iiit , v . 11 .1 -. . 0 - - 1
CANAL TIEATY IFJECUD
Thought to Be the Cause of the Rev
Paoama. Special Tae reiolMtura
irhleh occur re J Tuesday aci blea re
sulted in the proclamation of tb In
dependence of the Uthmut o? f'aniaaa
aa n4 unexpec ted. S!nc Suniay lat
all kinds of rumors had tm la r!r
relation, but t: not until TueJay
night that the tour so lose look J far-
ward to by the Inhabitants of Panama
arrived. For to days previu)y
grout or r-pi hal pren rataennc
about the town difcussicg the . tui
tion, which tatisrd alarm upon the part
cf th eutborillts. for the houses of
Dr. Manual Amador. Joe Aranro aaJ
Frederieo Boyd and other leaders of
the popular movement were watehed by
th police, but th revolutionist frar
lersly went In and out of their rral
denres. issued their orJers and their
plans ere carried out.
The revolutionists dtldd up.n S p.
m. as the ho-jr to protlalry lb Inde
pendence of the '.nth urns. bt a hanc
occurred In their plans an! worl
sent t Santa Anna. wher over
men bad congregated, for.he revolu
tionist to dlfprse until 7 p. m.. b- t
tLey were already in arch mar toarl
the Plaza Chlriqul. heer.ig enthul
atlcally for the luderndrn' e of the
uthums. Thereupon signal was tiv-en
to General HiiTta. of the revolution
ary f-irce.-t. who. in tfc nam of th H'-pi.blb-
of Panima. arrcs:-l General
Te;var and his staff and escorted thtm
to poli-- headquarters ami irt wild
ebeeilng for tbe new r'pf.l dir. for Pr.
Amdor and ft r the otber leilrrs of
the revoluticn. Th fag of the Re
public of Panama mas tt.en formerly
The cause of. the revolution may b
brPy summed up a leins the roclt
of the action of the Congress of "
lombia 9i Hrguta in r)ectln the Hty
Herran cvnal treaty. The PanaT.a'.ans
are almost to a nan in fav;r f the
instruction of the . anal by the Unite 1
States, an i it ha 1 repeatedly n
prophesied b fore and after the
meeting of Con R re? that Panama
would se. ede if the treaty va rejetu 1
and would probably con-e to term
whh the United Stltes for the bull ling
of the girat I?thml?.n gateway.
The revolutionary junto is ,omp.ed
of Jose Augustin Arjano. FT lib
Boyd and Tomag Arias, who have
?barge of the government.
The romiwsition of the provMt n il
cabinet !a as follows: Minister ' the
ftrpr who is In command of the gov
ernment warship Bogota, sent an r.l-
. . u n PnV.ml.ltn r.iveri-
ment. the time to expire ai i p- -.
yesterday, but before receiving an ?n
jwer the Bogota began a bombardment
cf Panama. Her nre wa answered by
Vi a riins nf the town forts and It
i those of the eun-hoat Padilla. which
i had declared in favor of.tnc revcui.ou
naa ceciareu iu io. .- -
s-hortlv fterwnr'' the Borct ! left the
bar bVas s?,!: ha', very Utt co.vl on
x'l v n.ni rflt ,e able to very
far. Communication by teltgrarn with
i,..o (n tntt.rrnnte.1
Iuu.a .11 iuiv.t.-i
Iht Logical Candidate.
Cleveland. O.. Special-Senator Han
na. referring to the rcnewel sugges
tions made in various quarters to the
effect that he is the lobal Republi
can candidate for the presidency n?t
vear. as a result of the unprecedented
victory in Ohio at Tuesdays e:ection
Boy Kills a Man.
Richmond. Va.. Special. A .Stu.-.rt.
Patrick county. Va.. eptl :
"William O Dell was killed at LlLer
tv Tuesday in a row with rcme boys
one of whom threw a stone. ?triking
O'Dell on the nose with aufflcient force
to knock him down. ODell fellagamit
a log. and broke his neck. The pir
tlcs concerned were arresetd.
Fought to the Death.
Wytheville. Va.. Special. A fatal
shooting affray between brothers oc
curred Wednesday night on Iotato
Creek, in Grayson county, next to the
North Carolina line. The brothers. Ira
I Halsey and Dick Halsey, had an old
,r.,H4 Dick lUUev was seated on his
. . . . .rfiftl,r tar.d:nar
horse, and his brother w as tar.G.
on iue giuuuii - "
at nick without elfect. Di k
dismounted and the two clinehel.
Dick wa getting the better cf the
fight when Ira shot him through the
heart, killing him instantly. Ira was
held for trial.
In New York City cwoois l "i -bi!
tlrcn kfivc trataoia.
de this statement: ' The retuit cr . Pi:n(jBy ,jy Ul. lighthouse m earner Ty-
electiem in Unio iurs ia m - j .
anges mv cpininn in reiere ncc 10 nsj - -----
. ... va n-.iiUnr !ile Iktatitl rlnt.d fhaf tin i-li
SCI CauUluat j r a.-. . ,
which position me puuuc u- skj me nun o: a nooner w;in nine
IS YOUR HEALTH VALUABLE?
Disease is sxwsys s Sasatcsp; it tu n Icr U-ucm a j-trmprtj.
aftaa panaaaantly. Itfs is s cotamos sLrujjU. ai t-r sn r j 0 es
Oisaasa is oatdsssad at srr trn. la tfcU ag k. s';- cr. y...--.. f t f . j t , t ta
m m IW J.J
J aa aarfcrtaa a i.itta vJ kotaa trcataeut wkick caiku a Va cars yoa at year aa
kaak, as I We tWeaaaJs vf ockers. Wrua aca faily aboat yoar tiw, aa4 sa4 far coaalete
avas4aa Uaaaa. Ci.t,o.iat im fc.Ui.li.l Ataa I. ktUlOS ItATlfAWAV, UJX
WILLIAMS IS LEADER
PcnKttiic Ki:oh!) Males Noniu
tbas fu Cone Offices
m CAtCIS UST SAI11DAY
Representative MClella tMrta
U atiz.atin Jr-lal - Tt iva
cratic taffflUr. cf t'u llvi
rau u at the apitf! -!-: 4 Kepr
sntativ John S William. 4 Mi
llri . tte uoatlnsvws t &- f
th- wlru rity f r Sp. asf TMs artion
make Lira the minority leader of th
lotaicg Coiicr- 1U p:atallv
Gnu I! MfClellan. marvr eW-t nt
Nn York. reflrvl ma otatkm a
. nter d th- 4urua and was rcgrat
t;lat I by ti roll acu- n hi lf
lory. Iiy a rLii.s v..!t-. 4n tuKUa wf
Mr. s r. Tt nde4 by Mr.
WlltUm. of M Ippt. and a half
dor. n tl.r, tbr thanks t-f lh
tauten were rvl.-u-Ic-J to Mr HirLafd
n. if Tfnnrc. hr ;rtlrltc mloofl
ly ad-r. f ;r l! rvl.-s to th
la' Mr. Ilkl.ardn'n r- j-nde1.
thanking M u- In turn Mr.
Ilav. .-f VlfRtula. jT-Sd-l; Messrs.
Go! , rl. f MUeourl. mal Smith, cf
Uentuk. a. t-1 a rrtan-s. Mr.
Wj. ;,:!) i iUtd in iiui. nation by
Mr Uo'.j.r. if T.a Vr. Van diver,
i f M!m..iM. et a 1, j tbe nnunation.
h a tb
1 ine p'.a'ed be-Tb-
new ! Losrn
bn i. r r.-f j :.!-! In ati address,
tbankiiit; t'; - nu u.
Mr V:llum wa i-etsl m!th ap-pbii--.
a. 1 ani- in and was ap
plaud. 1 durinc tb- .urM cf his r-rna.V-
H- t-mUl the l) moratir iaxtjr
was r..crc tmit.d nw than it had Uren
for v.-ars and that lts proei for
ut"S at (otiiing Nations were-acel-1
II'- i-ald would the ruouth
d v .f tb- arty. the term "leader"
being a mbnonn-r for him.
Mn ob r nomin-- or me caucus
Joseph Slnnot. special etaployea.
cept for one of the positions of spe
lal employe. tLt-re were no con
tests. Mr. William, of Mississippi, offered
a resolution, -which was adopted,
providing that the Ifc-mtHTata be al
lowed one more representatlvr on the
ways and means committee and that
the Democrats be riven tne name
, ....... ...
1 representation tht-y bad on commltteea
j In the Fifty sixth Congress.
Mr. Maker, of New York. propo-d
j the following rolut tn. wbkh wa
rt icrr.-.j 10 a t omnium-.
"Resolvt-d. That regsrdl-s 4 the
piatite f tb- Heptiblitans. it is the
'sfflH' of tb au uh that It members
do net aecept pa.o' or favt.rs from
Nine Bodies Found.
Halifax. N. C. SperJal Newt of
tIecom:oed lrfx!a in it drifted athore
cr the island. The name of the wrek
d craft was made out aa Topaz, but
the name of her tailing port had been
obliterated by the ea. only the first
btter "S" remaining. It ! believed the
ill-fated vessel waa the French flsblnr
echooser Topaz, of Saint Malo. Frame.
The bodies were all buried In the little
Uland eme:ery with appropriate aer
Operation on CJerman Lmperor.
Berlin. By Cable. Emperor William
Sunday underwent an operation for
a polypus frorj Lis larynx. The oper
atian was irforrned by Prof. Morltz
S hmidt and wai entirely airretvfuL
The only ineonvenien'e suffered by
His Majesty it that he has Len en-j'-'.nc-I
not ti speak until the wound
; . ..... 1 .1
t f 1 M M '1 L. & . t-ltf m m . a .akk
: ----- '
result of the operation eaueed nurh
ataa!shmet, eva among eort o3fi
ciil. who had Xi't sifrilon thst ilia
Majesty was urerlcg from any aTe
tiea rf the throat.
LiLt-. o'ored f.o:Ls trill b cec In
;sa tragedy was bneiKht to this port
cfaJ WO iu raocu r bro.
Dwie( tvi urttr u t iti:Hrf. t . Ma tictHtSf
Lo arc t.rsg roi ot.c c-o..iU c tryi- i.ium as s Ve
desscoc cu:pA&Kr, bk Ikrjtc-.'.i e ef y
C proper Lrcatt&cat. Aatrfcoct(feTUa m? te.iya tiat tistes
f CurcJ U UzmI lit a. ktef.:iT. JI5 i-i'. kiuttst-M UUf
Carwalc LliM.Wr lcn ..;.ir0 Yj Xmtuif A cldas S
4tttus, d.1d aactaMcy to Uc!r tlmtif 4tiMtacL I kaS
iratad more mki tbaa maj otker .kTMCa im Uit4 Scaiaa,
t4 1 iborougUlr asetaaa kt ta repaired ia aack casa
ity fcijT 3ibes mil ekruaic jiMMti.iirii aa Scrictafe. Vari
fctU.BUx at Skia Ltrm. PAilrr aa Kkfff CotaplaU,
Xica ol Voq. au-.. aa4 tmy ofigisl latl&ca c-f t--cata-ks
prut cm bcctsfal in r.ca tka swrt oUatiaata caars.
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