' - YY -": . ' ' 'X Y. "Y'Y : " vifY'-C-' . - YY , v ;- '-vs.::-. Y--;'.T?' -V-vr:;,Y
. ... . ... - - - fj - - - ,n -'-"7'- - , I,,,,, .T.i hi i1 m TzTtto'im-mmm n ' ' - 9 . ' ' ' " Y '"" " " 1 J ' 1 '-" " " '--"yyl,MMM"y - y -e-a?-.- --.i..
- - Yv
All oVer the South' thereV are
myriads - ot graves vmitaowii; to f th
loved ones at homft. A lady in Geor
fla once remarked ia spealdn her.
ife: "My:riches aire all in yirgihia.
I lave the dear old State; she is keep
jng all my treasures for me; the dust
?f my five sons Is beneath her soil"
md here in Kentucky, scattered
tmongst its cemeteries and frown in
ts valley and along its hillsides; there
ire thousands of such mounds as
ih'ese, wnlclu represent the costly and
lreadful sacrifice vthe homes and
hearts of the South paid, in the -struggle
of the Confederacy, "to b free.
' The world is beginning to. understand
that the." greatest heroes of the war
were not its officers. It is not prob
able that more than 30,000 officers,
of all ranks, laid down their lives in
defenset-of the Confederacy, and there
were more than 400000 privates who
gave up their lives for that land.
The largest proportion of the, heroism,
and chivalry of the anny of theSouth
was in her Tanks ariM,he bravest men :
Who died were those whose history
will never be written. The scout,
the picket, the men. in the skirmish
Jlne, the men in the rifle 'pit, and on
(he parapet and in the trench, were
the men who dared most, endured,
most and give mot in that struggle.
The men who showed the greatest
bravery, the trueBt self-devotion, the
most splendid courage, were those
who carried - the", guns, and .?never
reasoned why, but only marched to
do or die." Tbla isolation ip burial,
this loneliness In death, speiks in no
Unertaln way of the poverty of the
war's survivors and of the desolation
which followed in the wake of the
South's defeat, and of the dreadful
consequences to Jts people when its
banner went down before the storm.
These almost forgotten heroes were
best known to the wives, and moth
ers and. sisters of the South. , .It was
woman's tenderness which sustained
v' GEN. CLEMENT A. . EVANS, ?, .
Atlanta-, Ua. -" -Commander
in Chief United Confoderate
-:-.'t Veter8ns?i -,
them and woman heart which alone
appreciated them, and gave them their
Just place among the ; noblest of .the
earth. 'The boy who' caine back on
his shield was to women the greatest
and-trtiet of all, and she worshiped
and cherished, him : as woman, alone
j-can worshlo and cherish.5' The" most
' sacred o$airher treasures, the teh-i
- d erest of all Jier memories .were con
nected wlUtithQse whomi.lhe Jiad
: given a'a sacrifice to the Beuth. She
i-r . V'"
lo-fedbest, remembered best,van4,n
her heart" Uved.J;iongest and truest
the 'deeds 61 those 'wbounknbwn to
fame,-, surrendered their all on the al
tar of their country. For those" who
hare been buried here- or, elsewhere
without i affection's recognition, - the
heart breathes out sweetest benedic
tion and praise. "It: may. be that in
these faraway homes they only hold
some garm snt, . faded, .tattered and
torn; it may be a-gray jacket which
loving hands prepared for the young
soldier when he went forth to the
B1RTHPLACJ3 OF JEFFERSON 'PJIg IWtSCHUiF.
conflict for his country; now, a they
touch, thi sacred and holy relic, in
tear and in anguish they say:
"Fold it'up carefully, lay it aside,
Tenderly touch it, look on it with pride;
For dear must it be to our hearts ever-
- ' more ,j
The jacket cf gray our loved soldier boy
v wore. . - , . . ; ,
tan we evpr forget when he joined tbe
Who rose in defense of our dear Southern
And in his bright youth hurried on to the
How proudly he dopped it the jacket of
"They've laid him to rest in his cold, nar
No stone have they placed o'er his pUlow-
And the proudest of tributes our sad bearr
eoud pay,-: :
B' never disgraped the dear jacket pi
Then lofcf U un carefully, lay H aside.' " . "
Tenderly touch it, Jook on it with pride,
For dear roust H bfvto our hearts ever
The Jacket of grsy that our loved soldi
Tbe severest and most trying of all
tasks connected with the late - war,
was the watching and,, waiting for
thole who would' never "come; the
uncertainty and the gloomy despair
Which .gathered as days and ? months
passed by . and . no tidings were
brought of the. father or son. "This,
towards the end, be,came the erown'
in sorrow of the, sufferings which
pursued the people- of the Confed
eracy. "Prisons, hospitals, death on
the battle field, andthe horrors which
connected-themselves with the awful
word - "missing" which marked the
last years of the war, lefttheir deep
est touch on the homes and; hearts of
the women who longed for a word or
a line or a report to tell them when,
wher, and haw tb object pt love-
had gone down into the shadows of
tbe hereafter The "Unknown List
carried with it a terror, and.atigulib'
that even the most widespread be
reavement could never .impart.- The
activities " of ""actual " war ' alternated
with its hardships and' softened ;its
privatlonsr It was tbose who watched
and waited who felt the keenest sor-
row "that . followed ; in war's train.,
Death then oftenest came suddenly
and wlthouthote .of-warning,'. and It
was those at home who suffered deeper
est and longest; .an.a-tne snarpest of
alL its pangs was to yearn for forms
tuii. Wni' iihii 4'ii.V
. tui, nvuiu ucici ajcai auu- iy uavcu
for voiee whiek ' were buxhei la
people -wjior mourn sucn, aeao aBcwo
are here to-darto honor wo .Teal
ized tbe war's worst trials. V ri;
THE BOY - HERO" OF THE WAR.
And lo! thy niatchfeas boy, O Tennesseel
With pinioned arms beneath the gallows
LoodforthV nnmoved, mto;ihe wintry
skies,ri--ir:'A ; .
The huti-browh. ringletb falling "(fer his
r:r : sejfea ?- . vf -..v 1 '?-t-He,
by :kiad gaolersy bad been, oft inv
"Speak, but one: word!. .To freedom, be m
Stored!" - " '
The Efted signal,'; "Hold, ": the raeaienger
Yow f mother, father, sisters-when they
.aearn - ., . - r . ..
Even t now, perhaps, tkey wait your long
. 'return. - . ;. -;'
Speak 'but one " word the real culprit s
-nntnof- C " ' ' " '. '. -fr i i .
TS he.should bear this penalty, and shame.
FROM UODEh DESIGN OE THE SAM
i DAVIS STATUE.; .":v:V-
Live 'for. your mother I s Xhink "a moment
, how " . .
Not with the brand 6t fraud upon; my
brow! , , ,
I and the 'culprit,' true might both go
free; " . . ;
The broken pledge would haunt not kim,
: S bnt me. . - - , . "
How Ugbt sever what promise man may
Shouldvbe kept sacred forliis honor s lake!
My mother! ' i '
(And choking back tbe 'sob, but half -con--
- cealed. .:
His head' drooped low I At last must
"My i mother " flashed again the tear
"At her dear knees she taught me how to
Her loving heart would be too sorely
If to her lips were pressed her boy s with
f ateehood'stained . "
"My braver brave boy," the pleader spoke
"A boy in years, but worth a thousand
. - men ''
Like him for whom, the coward, traitor,
You'd lay your own brave, young life down
- to save. .
Speak out! Life is so sweet! Be free
I never knew how sweet life was before!
Still words are useless. General, but for-
You're kind; yet if I had a thousand lives
to live, .. . . , ; -: ..
I'd give, them all ere I could face the shame
And wear, for one hour, a base, 4ishon
' ored name.
The die was cast! Our tears Ware, idle
t- tears 1
For'him. who gave one day and gained:,
- thousand years! ; .
Centuries on centuries shall go circling b
Sut still he is, not dead! BAM 1JAV
cannot die! . 7
From the Confederate Veteran. .
Pure -and Spotless. '
The South'a flag, born in the vindi
cation ' of State rights and' nurtured
by the blood of her sons upon an hun
dred battlefields, went down as pure
and spotless as the breezes that' play
upon the bosom of the " Shining' Riv-
And, springing up, stooa Dy.tne nero s.siae.
"My boy! This bitter cup must pass you
'" yi. rr - r
Too bravte. too noble: and toovouna to diet
r - - r.at.s. .iji---: t i - - i
HUGH T. MORTON. jRU
h TUB SWORD OFjli" 2J2R1? LEfit'
Forth from- its scabbard,nr and bright
Flashed thwrd -of Lv-r ...
Far in the front of the deadly, fightr ' :
High oveT the brave ht thcaime of Right'
Its stainless sheen, like a;acon light,
Xd as j to victory,- - " -y
Forth ,frdin itsscabbardiluga'm the air
V peneati ; Yirgiaiaa, skyT.. i , f, -Andsfchejt
who 'saw It gleaming there '- ;
And knet?i what bore il.karfl to swear-':
That where that sword led they would dan
; TO'iollpWrHind ' te- die;.A;: 4--'.:.:'?
Out of .-its 'sabDaTevlbMV,
: Waved 1 sord from 7stainaa .free, ; -v' --7 "
Nor purer sword led .braveriand, - .
Nor bravier bled, for -brighter ; land, S -s
Nor brighter land had a cause so. grand,
? , Nor cause a -chief like!Lwl - . -
Forth ifrdni tte sffabbarai JUavr we prsyeu
AndrwEqn our triumph WMioeUyedT -And
many a heart grew sora afraid, " :
We still hoped on while gleamed the bladt
Of nobja Robert Lee. t,?. M .J
':. :..v. i , . 'v.v':'.''.-.-..-
Forth frdm its ibbard all in ' vain :
Bright iflashed'thei sworoVlpf Lee; . .
Tis. sfarouaed now in it? sheath again '
It sleeps the slean eitfr1ile Slam, ::
Defeatedj ret withouta staint :
.''Peacefully and proudly -jfrt-
r Father" aHram Ryan." ,
-2. 43 :-
Ere ret the sun bad pierqedj the., eastern
' Or. dewB morn assumeC' Mieir diatnond
f -:---Aue,v., y' '-f&ipf?
With diligence intent ttponnsurprise '
In steady Uoea old Southland's columns
With" suddej 'peal the :rf o&e of thunder
Woke : '::'?T'' : .
; Th .illi.fiftl Went in Stiloh's solitudet
Al6VTre ,tli)ujfegfiQods of - fire Jt
-W i.'.J . . .
Infoiredt with hope and sidy strength
When -fickle : Fortune veile4her face , the
fAidorr fiue4thSo hwt
.- withrgrief-liPle'Of -r--'i- :
And Virtoryrelaxd. her Cheerful snuie
Wtere shaiei-Vof Southd's dauntlesi
Tbc&sSecrate the sp'whraw Sidney John-
i .--r'.Son. .-V'J-,. JT-f -.
vrt. Ccmfederaie; Veteranr. ; f . v y-
Master Hueh T.sMojrt!OB. Jr., Illus
trite. tHe tpIrtt4'p..W ilast,. HI,
p-andfatbers were-botiiblonels In
the Confederate" army;.ina?the little
fellow, thecngh but eight mpnths.old.J
was njanif eatly as nappwas ojaerjieT
sons. He wag'evidentlyUhe youngest
Rebll" whWpartfeipItea "in the
memorable 'occasloa o"Jthe ..Birmlng-
bam eumfuid ni'm-l
AS ffW?35 -l
! ' . . -
One of the most oqspicuous fig?
ures at'the Confederate-eunfon'-Ltt
Richmond, Va., was Miss Mary Hall,
of Augusta, Ca.,v. a Daughter qf the.
Confederacy, who 'occupies ( uniquo
poaitlonn the regard of the 'South
em, people, and ;eapel4iylf ' the veU
erans who fought .under the. stars ana
i MARY? II ALL, LH ' r
The tnpst conspicuons Daughter f(lhe Con
V i ederacyin the oouth. -
bars. Miss Haij,Twho was,au,e,arnest
adherent of 'the Iqst .causej1 during
the rifii War, still btferishs tbf, it a
feelln'g. t:Teverence 4 and 'devotion.
She glories In; .th-fact that she was
identified;. With it, -and aa a; tokeli, of
her clmtigelesajloyalty to it she "in
variably wears1; ft small r Confederate
flag or badgel,- She is the only woman
mho is a full zneniner'of a Cpnfeder
ftt f erahs camp, and shemarche
for miles witb tbercamp' at Veunions
attired: la gray end; wearing "it ;canv
: paigs' bAt, 'WhiebwRh. her. oloft-cut
balrgite br ; onit K soldierly
Tearance. The crowd the-Iljie
of march always git her, aa, ovation.
Mis Hall has , placed , ixrb5ndrd.
silken Confederate'flags on the graves
of departed, soldiers At the reunions
she is alwaya tan honored guestrand
-t receives many Attentions. ; - ; -
Not Saying Much. iv n-
Carrpts are'saM o-:W-f4ur' tlinfsaylorj second .lieutenant Company- B
as nuiriuos asTCUCHmuers. ' rnat 'is
not saying nucfi; for: carrots, either.
000 ;R0ADS.: MOVEMENT
Davidson 1 County Making , Strenuoju
fifforts to' Vote' a: Board-'IssneFdt
- That nrpcae.jtsci - V
ihasssecured(thel)romise of the good
rpad -bureau pf; the Depanment - of
Agriculture f td 'aid in 'the-: campaigD
for a bond tissue , of half J a million
delU'riofor? -the ."improvement of thi
yoads in f Davidson county; Mr. Vhr
ner'had a.very satisfactory talk with
Mr. : Paige, the head 'of the bureau
who I agreed -to sendoto. the county V ai
number: jof lecturers" pr.. 4 (o h the
election; The officials: in Washington
urev. greatly, pleased : with this i move-l
Tnent rfbr rqad '. improvement!' cri sueb
a .large scale. V It i thought "there Ms
-little doubt but tHat - the people will
(approve this" issueof bonds and when
the.!0jE Js cbinpleted Davidson will
have the finest. pubHc roads of all the
counties ; in the Senth.l ! The -inyest-ment
is one of the best possible the
county, could make and. that is the way
our' people are looking, at the propo
sition.1 ' " . . ' ' -
t .- Granite Interest Combine, ,
Salisbury,' SpeciaLA ' consolida
tion of(the. granite interests of Eowatt
countyyias '-. taken" place and the -re-sult
is tbe WA A. Esson Granite Com-,
pany, an organization with, a paid in
capitar stock, of $1,250,000. "A cbar
f er for .the new -company was sent to
naieigb : Wednesday.' The companies
consolidated are-, now working
men at -the quarries jseyeral miles
from Salisbury-and ic is stated; that
soon - the .number " of employes will
have! been increased to 2,000; The
American. , ..Stone "Company, The
Rowan . Granite jCcmpaby, ..an& S tbe
Balfour - Pink Granite Company lose
theip identity in the new -corporation.
, : '
- Salisbury Special. Tbe Confeder
ate monument onllnniss . street' is to
be unveiled Jonday. Hay 10, the cere
mony taking place at 10:30 o'clock.
Large numbers of ; veterans und -others
are expected, not only from this coune
ty but ;from, a number of places, both
I in and -out of the State. : Mayor A.
H. Boy den will be orator of the day,
and Gen. Bennett .Young, of Louisville,
will abo deliver an address. The
memorial will be unveiled by . Mrs.
Frances Fi8her Tieman, daughter ; of
Gen. Cbas. F. Fisher.' Mrs. Stodewall
Jackson, of, Charlotte, and Gen. Robt.
F Hpke, of Raleigk, are among the
prominent guests who have already
Summer Conference Discussed.
: Chapel Hill, Special. At the reg
ular meeting of the-Y. M. C. .'A.-Tuesday
nigbt, , the ' Summer, Conference
for Southern, Cll"ege.Men.Vwa-;"dis-cussed.
i Frank Graham, chairman of
tbe Summer Conference committee
presidedVover the meeting and bore
ample testimony of. his. deep apprecia
tion of, the" conference by saying" he
bad studied Jt for the last three sum
mers and was looking with more
than his usual zeal to-this summer's
conference; :to be:, Eeld" at Mon treat
June the eleven ththrough the. twenty-
M. J s : ' v'VV;-'- ::,
) Dynamite; Hurts Boy.
Lenoir, SpeciaL-rFriday afternoon
little Samue Dysart; aged 9 years,
bad two fingers and a thumb blown
off bis left band, by a dynamite car
tridge. He found the cap near the
cemetery and not . knowing what it
was started borne and.on'ths way un
dertook to strike a matcbf on the cart
ridge. and 'it exploded. - It is thoughF
the. cap was left, by some men who
had, been blasting nearby. The little
fellow was badly frightened.
Th Morning Star Sell .
A deal has been consummated by
which a stock company has secured
Tbe.Morning Sfhr, Wihnington, which'
has! been published for 40 years by
Maj.',.W. H. Bernard. The purchase
price was $26,000. -
p V Crushed Skuil With Plaik.
y Troy; SpeeiaL A misunderstanding'
over; the incorrect driving of a mule
team at the Guilford Lumber Manu
facturing 5 Company': shops Vilnius
Smith struck Mart: Thompson with a
piece of plank Friday tand crushed
bis skull and Thompson is. not expect
ed to live, whereupon Smith was ar
rested and taken to jail to await the
results of the wound.
; Death of N. D. Emerson. .
' Wilmington SpeciaLTelegraphic.
advices' Friday; nlorning conveyed to
hundreds of friends the news of -the
death of. Neil i Davis' Emerson,: only
son of. President T. M. Emerson, of
the "Atlantic'. Coast' Line ; Railroad
which" jocc'urjred; Thursday: night V a
Phoeniy, -Arizona, where be had been
for some time with the hope that the
climate: would be , of benefit to his
health. He improved for; a time until
hisVheart began to fail . and his 4a
cun was rapid, v :;
f Military Oommiisios.
utant: General. Armfleld Friday;
1 issued he following military com
mission : V; -1; -5 tp" iy " "'
-JrH; JBanjks,Vaptain;iA. Jumer,
first lieutenant arid J. R. Perrycond
lieutenant, Co., DThird ' Infantry,
Louisburg. ".i tyui. , A. ,i ' n
'A, Lj'CHill, captairiand O. H
Second! Infantry", Kinstorii-FirBtr IiCu-.
tenant J. L Brown retained-his com-.
' la! ""tI l'" lt" ' '
,Prop$rry Losses WHI "Run 'Into Mny. Millions,; ri
1 Hundreds jof Diad MhMafeddfevb:
Hundreds of Daad and xMangfed
- Atlanta, Ga., -Special. Cyclones
and tornadees, tUe kke-of whichjhaye
I pot -been . known ' for . years, swept
through the. bouth Thursday night
- and' all Frid ay' ,lea ving jk ,tbeiKwake '
hundreds of -dead , and mangled bodies,
and 'the-, dismantled wrecks gpfrf prop
erty worth many; millions. f . ..
. fiTcnnisee was' an espesially 'heavy
shfferer.j At 9 o'cloek 'Friday night
Careful Estimates indicate 4bat f -at
least 50 people were killed ; in ' that
State alorie, " wiih mohetaryMosses
about i,lT00,000.;: At Franklin and
in Hillsbqro there was loss of life.
,Tbe latter town is said to bo-pfaeti
cally destroyed,' w hire "at. jCentrevie'
and adjoining; villages ,the; loss is re
ported very heavy both in lives and
property. Near PulaskiGiles county,
the.-death .-.list reaches,. . twelve, and
many are "injured.; yV
; In the. vicinity of Chattagnooga the
etorra was felt at its worst. - Tele
phone ,Nand teleeraph wires
blown down and the movem
trains 'was. greatly ; Mm'pe.
Tbunicahe followed .the 1. Cumberland
yalley, wrecking" small towns and de
stroying farm houses. At EbenWer
eighteen houses were blown down.
At nTmrlAfltAwi-i th fitrtrm J
up the Hiasse river, destroying
frty,,, At -Fayettevillethree are
known to have perished. At Cuba
manyilfousetjtrere blown liown; arid"
at Gilcstown.net even a shed was left
;standing - 7 , ; V . ' ,-Z ,Vt
; Memphis reports heavy less f from
towns within a radius of . 100 'miles
in three States. , -v; ' . V .
At Horn Lake, Miss.', half -dozen
lives were -lost and. . the property
damage was very, heavy. , - : .s, ,
: In Arkansas "iarht persons were
Lulled near llammoth Springs' and a
score of buildings , wrecked. Other
Ipoints- in.-Arkansas' report heavy Ibss
Atlanta and most of. Georgia.; es
capedIiwith , only slight : property
losses, during ' the blow. " But twd
young people, brother and sister, Wil-;
Ham and pearl .,"Witbra,.vlo.st 1 - their
lives here F"riday. afferriocn by the
capsizing-of a rowboat during a sud-
5 . 'v.'.:iJ, ' C .1
day - night. Huntsville "sends word of
heavy loss of property,? with'probaWy
several :'Hvest sacrificed neai the Ten-.
nesseev line., At Danville, in. Morgan
conntyj Alabama, the storm struck
with" terrific force; At Hartsell' ; at
least cneis-dead and many linrt. f 1
Soon-, after fdark :Friday: night the
storm i winds, began -: shooting across
-the railroad telegraph and telephone
lines connecting' Atlanta ;witV Chat
tanooga and Knoxville ami wire com
munication, which had been kept with
great difficulty during; the 'afternoon,
eeased entirely -The Western and
Atlanta Railroad -offices here borteiJ
that south of .Chattanooga, near, 5nii
erson. Ga... several big V trees were
blown across the railroad ; right of
way , t caring down , wire arid holding
up -five trains, i ; .:
The death-totals, were swelled FrM
SUGAR COMPANV PAYS
K New York, Speciali The American r
Sugar Refining Company, of New Jer-i
sey and the New York corporation of
the same name Tuesday paid-into the
treasury of the United States $393,
000, completing a payment, aggregat
ing $2,134,000 in. settlement of 11
civil claims arising out of the fraud
ulent weighing of sugar on. the docks
of the refineries in Brooklyn and Jer
sey City. The companies further
agree to give up their right4f appeal.
The settlement was " made upon the
advipe of the company's lawyers. A
; - v j;
FARMERS PLANA BIO
."Chatbtte, N. C, ;-Special.-7Presi-dent
H. Q. Alexander, f the North
Carolina division of the , . Farmers '
Union, is very much interested in thr
plan proposed for thtf organization of
fthe several cotton warehouses in the
individual .Southern States 'into 'ena
ciffantie comcration. - The warehouse
which have been erected by the. Union J
THE MOSLEM DISORDERS IN' ADANA CEASE
, Coristantinoplei ByCable.--A we
come jnessage was received Thursday
form the town of Hadjin, in the pro
.jdnce of Adana, where' five American
women missionaries have 1 been alone
with thousands of refugees who
sousrht safety there from bands of
Moslems seeking to -put. them to the
sword. Hadjin nas witustooa a-sie
for the past eight .days and the misr
slonaries ..have- been sending out
frantic-appeals for help. Thursday
V message reaahed bere from Miss
Lambert, the daughter of : Bishop
iLambsrt, timed 10j22fl. m.r whicb
ssidi f With the arrival of tb troops
PLAN FOR SOUTH TaXJETCOOWtlMlplmHIji
. " - - - -- - -
- WsaWnsyon. D. C.. r Special.iTh
Department ; of Commerce, and Labor
hs decided upon plan forLthe furr
nishingvcf ;immigrams .with definite
and" eliableTlrif ormatiori whicn' it be
lieves. will meet with the co-operation
of 1 Middle ;Westernand:Sputhern
States in particular, sistantSec-
make, a section 01 tne lmmiganonyaci,
"effective whiehV has 1 bitherte - been -
ay "Bight ,byr three tniiig.jpietims. "
at Monroe,' Ga, r Late in th aftenibold? - v;V ; '
aj .-rnshing. windst6rm,accimpanied ."By J V
dowa the chimney- Barretti'HgiwifVt;
ana- nisf jr-year-oia-rger--Jlvre
killed, ndf a JOTyearroUi.-son eud a.
biinoingi lightainbroke; oyfr Mm.,,:u ifei?
roe and ) one.cf rthe- boltsj.struck ,the.T 1 -: -' . ; '
resSden of BBarrf'r V-s . '
younger 'child were serieusly 'shocked' V : :-' . -,V.:. ;'."' ;;-
Chicago; ; pfecial. Bdate'-lrep6rta.'
ehow- that tha death abies'teutionjfrva'--?.';
caused by the. - icrriiDe k ptonnj feV -" -
swept over lie Middle West Thurs4aV' ; - V'V
mghtwere. mo,rec extensive than af-t - '
firatandreated ;y. Ibe" meagre itele-V ffi
grapn iejirxied. over, r33? wJre-Spj r ;g0
Three mjen ' were . kille'in Cb icago by " V.,.
the collfpse cf a, factory. ""ITomcIess '
men, womed "uifd 'Childi-e
; :werc4 0ui ps, wnere- ine.jsiorm naa upspc Jin- "ZhiZ&fte
.nt f s"OSTanuai . houses; e - - - -
red. The rn ce pacnr or ine- siormDeiore'irv-'- ; . ?
5 rcut ccfl i mo weat LAxe region, jrj'e?; . : ,- :
dcl rucijjpii ; f property, as rrepotril.i :
At iejst eleven peraqns. were kille!. -' .
: At wlucri Mo., tt:part?cf '1the':ttwfi cr''
wa.ide:royed ; and raany ' bomeswore;
prop-j,kc4 2 Five persons riosttheit ;
. RU&a &vilH ttjSd&L.-.
ated Lafo'c and two persons wero iUi
cd. '-; Many-were ?injorfedk:5 ri tW. .aV-' V
vTIio fA orm was furjims, in :SptJjer..;f ;?
Illipois an.d tX, Texas" City, near'Car- ; -1
jr.1, ffcriir persenrwere kiiled and mant- V '
erioiuvly?- wounded,1 -Tlia .i town: z- wa ;
wreikei-' ' v
, Great damage Xo property an.d " ;
crops, wjas caused" in Michigan btf -the j
cast shore: of LakTe MicWgan4Beor ; V,.
Harboc and; Soutb, Haven being in ibe ? . : - v
path L tbe; storm. t
- In Wisconsin,, for many hours there
ranged ja: severe snow- stormy causing; c
damage! to property. AtXacrosse end
SnperioT, , traffic was . hampered -be- . ' ,
cause 01 anxis. .
Many Killed in Storm i
Ky4 Special? -h Dis-J
patchesl - gathered i throughotrt ibe T .
night, ' indicate tha a-least? J14"pj; j..
,sons met. Bnddeiideath in. 'bjee fe ?
wnd thatjipread: havoc thropguout -the
regiou south' of the Ohio.4. ' 7 -number
of injured is' pf obablyrtbree- -r
fold thatrof the .leotlfcdaiSjBbUpir
tiatv that . 114 persons, were ' kiled ,1
distributed . among,' tbe foUowihjj ".'
towns:-; ' ' - V;. -:
' Tenneseef r! -Toungs C,ossifigif.&s.' -it-.
J? ayetievuie,- m ; j.oD4esvuie, x
; county,. I;fedinjW A rfClArks-. v.
, XL CenfreyiUe,- U FrankfenVI" i V
Hillsboro, 4 :; Somervilli 3 i;I&6bxAB
2; Bells,. 2 Quito," 8; -Giles: eounty, i u
UBsissippi's mow. aisasirons
. . f 1 I t '4' 1 -T I
rWas Horn Hak6 wheiri WmeV dealbi. -;
" ATKaassa- nas ton? asaa sar aar-w;
sell. wOi Afi ; t km '.git. rfihsfkt,
Misscuri b eyen-JdlJed atSemffv
ville arid 11 af 'Golden, V
Ui S.i CWAU GUMWiii
settlement ,f rpm. the Jatter -wasifld r
public ; Friday night in which they
say that ,; the ettlenMnttseand fi. y. '
because . of the,, factv-that ,thi.oyera,v
meat bad threatened -otherwise Htx
brfng other suit's i f or Janiourits teajfbi '
ing nearly $5100,000; -a Tbe ettlemnfe'',r c.
while Ut discharges all the cjYaic:
claims! Tmade,Tby, ' the .gpvernmeat i-v
against :'thevfedmpanies;" doesfft;pri p;
vent the bringing -'of crimiriajp.psestii't
eutions . against t therrmen. epoMblsj :
for the nsa of. tha fraudulent device' ' V '.-
by wbicH 'f&lsejwelghfs were wcor43 -V- ,
; .,i.L- vj ..i; .t.li'J- n'lj4ai?ttr;
WARE HO U S E i M EROE Ru
in Georgia arid J Mississippi- hav1!0
ready been merged-" into aiSfatcicoTr v;
poratipnxan4 the pjafl islmeetinwiti i V -signal
;sucoess there. . Pfesldeni.CfiC
Barrett, of the NatiMal:UbioVfeJ-,u
South I Carolina ns it Tnga-ged-in- an ; ; :
effort 'to eonsolidattths Wsr?bi)us1pi ." .
of that State and it is 'likely that t
similar move '.:tribd'-leg&fe.r-irqTib:V
r,atAti .nf r m 'Am rY-r ' V
Carolina ; at:n . arjyi .i yj(h
the dosbrders in rid- abduf? the; city:
have ceed -and jve are all afe jrid ,r
wells Xanibcrl'f ..AdihBey. pernan- . '
erit under-secretaiyVo'f "Staftein tne -j.
ministry' of the Interior, said that th , ;
government ..would make ,a; searching V;-- Vk V
investigation into'the' atiseorrlfii, "V-ft :.;V
disorders and punish the! instiga V:
ReportsTteeeivedt ,the minMtry,04 VV
the interior indicatedlthat'uioi W .
prevailed everywhere; -Ee1 CcTtry tl ' ' . r
said that tbe government recognized; . : .
the neceislty vpf ;ptovidiifoQV mpiUj.y;
Tpieo an'd:helter forihft suffersrsiMf v., ,
hud 'taken stsria toTtirftvida thee ild''
iriaugat; ' m&.m&Mm4i nUktfit v . . - : ?; "
dead lpttefcTiis iSaeotionifindeff
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asrents' to represent them at the imml- " ' .
f orTbsurpaose of ntingtoinHvft
migrants; eithe? 1 orally jor jmtfnftiifc-t
the sjc.indacemnta 9
tne scaie or iemiorx,.io aueus w
Llg - t.lJKMC'AJU. - rf - -Xv w w .......
m-me" i1-" fY ,rs??;
been taken in it,; aar.. ,
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