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Boston is Brilliant With Banners!
and Uniforms of the Order,
The City is Crowded With Visitors,
Brawn There to See the Monster
Parade, Which Passes in Re"
view Before Distinguished
Men. A Hundred Bands.
I'v SOUttieru Associated Prem.
Boston Mass., August 27. -To-day
witnessed h very prominent eveut 111
iiic great Kuighttt Teiuplur couclavo in
this city?the monster parado. All
?conditions wore auspicious fur the
?teuiountrutiou. The pun's rays were
obscured V>y a tbick hazoaud a refresh?
ing westerly broe/.e tempered the suui
Viur heat. Tbo early morning scouoa
tu thu city HtreotH were inspiring. Tun
thousand Kuigbta Templar, rospleud
rut in uuifurtu uud regalia, hastening
hither uud tbttber tu jutu thutr com
oiauderies iu preparation fur the match.
Early moruiug trains aud street cum
ftuured over ten thousaud visitors frum
the surrounding place iutu Bosluu's
already overcrowded thoroughfares,
ftobtuu bus seldom if ever heeu so
elaborately decorated. Practically
every building alouy tbe line of March,
resides tunuy uf tbe side stroets, nre
o nthud iu oulur, with appropriate mot?
toes aud Masonic emblems, inter
twined with streamers aud buutiug,
Tbe elaborate dressing bus been the
feature. Tbo procession began to furtu
lu thirteen divisions at o'aiock ut thu
c igual of three guns. At 10:50 o'elook
tbe Hrst division took up the hue of
irnircb, aud tbe other divisions sucoos
tively as tbu beads of tbo representa?
tive colunius were uncovered by thu
divisiou immediately preceding tbcui.
Tbe column mus reviewed at Columbus
? qiuro by M. W. K. B. Holmes, Grand
Muster of tlio Masons of Massucbnsuttu,
Tbe column was reviewed at Bluck
ftouo square aud Washington street by
M. ?. Grand MusIh Hugh MoCurdy
stud oflicurs aud uiembors of tbo Ctraud
Kucam i-nient of Knights Templar of
(bo United States and His Excellency,
Oov, (Jrecubalge. The ooluuiu wsh re?
viewed at Adams njuaro and Washing?
ton streot by 11. ?, Hit ?. O.Lawrence,
Grand Commander of tbo (Iraud Com
inandcry of Muesuuhiisetts aud Bhude
Island, uud the Chief Marshal of tbo
parade, uud his Honor, Sir L\ U. Cur?
tis, Mayor of tbu city uf Boston.
By 9 o'clock tbo whole city was bril?
liant with the banners and uuifuruis of
tbu Templars, aud tuo air was tingling
with the stirring music uf a hundred
splendid band:-, numbering among
them some of the largest uud best in
Every oommaui'cry was headed by a
baud aud tbu instant tbat one stopped
playing another would strike .up and
? be music from the orest of tbo bill
caug out iu splendid stylo.
ibe signal at tbe start was givon by
a detail of two guns (rem Light Buttery
A, uuder the oummand of Lieut, Pea
Lody, which was stationed on tbu com?
mon, aud which hud work enough to
fcotp tbuui warm nearly all the morn
lug, sixty-one being tired iu all. One
gun was tired at 9 o'clock as a kind of
fcigual for the troops to bo in tboir for?
mation. Then, at 10:20, tbe signal j
oi three guns for the starting of tbu|
procession, aud then, half au hour
later, n ealuto of seventeen guuB to
following almost immodiately on
this was a salute of forty guns lired in
Leuor of the Kuights, one gun bemg
Jirod for each one ut thu cointuuudurios
In the parade, it was ouly tome fifty
minutes after the appointed time when
(ien. Lawrence guve tbo ootnmad to
inarch and between walls of bunting
oud crowds of obeertug people the
procession begun to wiud on its way.
It whs at 10 o'clock when tbo van of
the rent procession, all seated upon
?u I groomed horsep, lined up in ordur,
to begin the parade, From an curly
b i'ur commundcrics had been marching
a id couutormurcbuig ubotit ibu streets,
seemingly without order, but in reality
to take up tbuir pobitious.
Detroit couimuudery, tlio special
escort of (iraud Master McOurdy,
tieadod by Shrcmsur's baud, won a
burst of euthusiustto applause from thu
grout throng of onlookers,
(iraud Master McCurdy, who occu?
pied u carriage atioudud by subordi?
nate ullioera of the ^raud oucampmeut,
was cheered throughout thu route.
But thu cnthusiastu uf tho people ran
wild when (lov. (irucubalgo uppuared
also in a carriage attended by Adjutant
Gen, Dalton, the latter in full uniform,
'l'bu Qovernor was kept busy through
out the march acknowledging tLc
plaudits of thu people. Several un?
attached oommotiderioa from holauare,
Florida and Washington, 1J. O., under
(be special juriadieOoii of the Qrand
]Encampment of the I'uited titates,
?erveu tu complete tho tiraud Blasters
escort which cumprisod the lirst
'l'bu second division began the pro
Cession proper, which was thou for
ward, arrauged nocurdiug to preceil
enco of cbariered oxisteuco, First ?>f
all, in thu place of Honor us tbo oldo?t
ranking grand body, came tbe (iraud
t'ouimniidory of Massachusetts and
Itbodti Inland. The richly oruute ban
fierfl of tbu (iraud Couimaudery was
Inline iu u carriage, drawn by Uuely
gapariioned burses, Next camo as tho
oldest chartered body of Knights Teru
plar iu tho United States, \ SI. John's
Comtuandcry, of Providence, Ii. I.
The third divisiou m?h headed by
Cavalry Comtnaudery of Providence,
who with their uiilk whito capos, bor?
dered with black aud bearing tho red
cross upon its shoulder, served to at
tiact much attention aud upplause.
Joseph Warren Commaudery, of
Roxbury, headed the fourth division
aud attracted much attention by their
Uuo display marohinn.
Tho fifth divisiou was lod by tho
famous Seveuth Keginiout Band, whiob
was widely applauded throughout the
rotito. Tho htnd of this division was
thu famous Palestine Company of Now
York, . escorting tho Grand Com
tnundury of that State. The far famed
Apollo fjommandory well displayed its
etliciuucy iu display marohiug. With
thu begiuuiug of tho seventh divisiou
the line bogau to tako quite a western
Wh?u the carriage, boaring tho ban?
ner ot tho grand coiuiuaudery of Ken?
tucky, came uloug it was the eignal for
au ovation. Thu applause became only
tbo louder when it was soon that the
famous boy oonimaudery from the lli
souio Home at Louisville weru close
behind. Marching with all the statoli
nesa of vetorans and with tho full tem?
plar uniform. More applause broke
out a moment later when the Maysvillo
"Colonels" made a liuo impression
with tho olcfco raukB and well executed
Then Pennsylvania led of! tho eighth
division, the Corinthian Chassenrs of
thu tjuukur City at tho head of the
At :i o'oiock the ninth division woe
barely under way, aud streets about
the point of formation ou Common
woalth avenue were, many of them,
still tilled with Kuighta uud musiciaus,
awaiting their turu to march. Tbe
iirst eight divisions re, mr.nl nearly
live hours to get in motiou. Tho Grund
Commaudery of Mississippi was led by
a Texas baud, typical southeruers, ox
celleut : marchers aud good players.
These closed the eighth division.
The ninth division was lud by the
Metropolitan baud of Detroit, uiurch
ing as a cross. Tho Michigan Kuights
followed with tho exception of Dotroit
Mo. 1, which eervud as a special escort
to the Graud Muster.
Illinois, with the famous Apollo
Commander}- of Chicago, led the toutb
California Commaudery No, 1 at tbo
head ot the eleventh divisiou, mount
ed, and wearing a regalia almost bar
baric, in its muniticcuco of velvet aud
embroidery, rode through a cuustuut
roar of applauso aud uhoers. Every
man among tbetu was physically a
giaut, und Commander llurlhurt was
evidently fuhy satisfied with tbe re- !
ception aooorded him and nis com
maudery by the people of liostou.
Oakland Commander?, of California,
followed directly in their wake, but on
foot, These, loo, wore all sturdy inou.
full of health and vigor, and elegantly
Their weloomo was eoarcely less,
even, than that ot their mounted
brothern. Kentucky, Teuuessee,
Georgia and Missouri followed aud all
drew forth applause as they marchod,
especially tbu Georgians and the
King tit-, from St, Louis, who were ac
oumpauied by a regular army baud
from the Jeflerson barracks.
The first division reached tbo review?
ing stand at tho cud of tho route at
1 :()''> o'clock,
Tbe sinking euu shouo through the
dials of tbe clock ou thu chiincy house
tower, markiug 5:83 aa the end of tbo
thirteenth and last division reached
review lug stuud. Tbe men of Kansas
led tho division. Thun cams Mary?
land Cumtniiudcry aud Baltimore am!
Crusade Commauderies of Baltimore,
marching to the tuuo of "Maryland,
Omaha . Commaudery, fresh ami
smiling from the heart of tho country,
cams next to the Marylanders and tho
kuights from thu mouutaiua of West
Virginia,i Colorado, North Carolina,
South Dakota bearing a sbeaf of
ripened gruiii. Montaus und Wyom?
ing, small in numbers, but fresh and
I vigorous, closed tho story of tho groat
i Although it had be-on expected that
the proceedings following tho parade,
which formally opened the twonty*
sixth triunuial couclavo of the graud
encampment, would bu inaugurated
by It o'elook this nfiuruoou. it was ?
before Most Eminent Sir Hugh Mo
Curdy stepped from his four iu hand
in trout of tho Masonic Temple. The
conclave was opeued in due form, and
alter the routinu busiuesM and im
pressive devotional services, conducted
l>y the Grand I'ro'ate, rilr Andrew
,1, M. McOratb, tho Grand Master ad?
dressed the worshipful assembly.
I III- llrislol 'I'Mimal III I lAUICHa
ltv Southern Annouiuto 1 Prot?.
Xani hVh.i.i:, O., August 27. ?Bristol
tunnel, 1,200 feet loug. on the Somer?
set divisiou of tho Baltimore aud Ohio
road, is on tiro. One hundred foot of
the tunnel has fallen in. All efforts are
being made to prevent tho lire from
rescuing a point wh-rc a coil vciii
projects into tho tuuuo'. Thu Shawuee
ami .Newark tire du| Brtiuenti liavu
gono to the scene of tbo lire. The tun?
nel was set on iiredutiug tho strike of
1S.S1, at wbioh time the dining
amounted tu many thouaauds of dol?
THAT ALLEGED INTERVIEW
Mr. Black Thinks It Grew Out of
Groundless Newspaper Reports.
Ho Says He Docs Not Believe There
Was Any Such Conversation as
Was Reported. Says It Is
Merely a Gratuitous News?
Ily Southoru Aicociato I Press.
Washington, August 27. ? Under
dato o! York, Pa., August -Uli, liou.
Chauuoey 1''. Black writes to Lawrence
Garduor ot tins eity, secretary ol the
.National Assuutatiou of Democratic
Clubs, with rolerenee to a iiuwupaper
articio published iu tlio Baltimoro
Sun, August Mt?, allotted to bu uu
"interview with Senator Faulkuur,
cbairmau of tlio Cou^rc-unous! Cam?
paign Committee, Hint other criticisms
winch tbe article states bavu been
pussod upou tbo altitudo tliu ollioois of
this Nattoual Aubociution of Democratic
ClubB aro said to huvo takou upou tliu
Mr. Biuck tliitiks that tbo misuudcr
stuudtngu in tins uiuttur grow out of
prouuuluus unwepupor reports, audoulls
Mr. Garducr's attuution to tbe ftiut
that at u recent meeting iu ibis city of
Seuator b'aulkner, as ulieiriuau of the
campaign committee, ti 1 iuuo i f (Mr.
Black) us prestdeut of tbe Nutionul
Absoeiation uf Deinucrutic clubs, und
Mr. Gurdnor us secretary of both or
gauizatious, which meetiuf: bo suites
was a mere uiatter uf routiuu polttioal
bnsiness," tbe silver (jue8tiou wu-i uot
mentioned uujoiik us.
"As to that, bs further writes,
"neither the course of tbe commit t. r
uor ot the clubs wuh dicmiaaed. We
wore not there lor that or auy ainiilur
purpose. We, all of uh, bo far as 1
liuuw, declined to bo interviewed, aud
in co!ist>t|iieiioo of that delimit . n parcel
of interviews wero invented aud sent
alauy criticisms upon the reported
action of tbis cuuferuuee, some of thorn
very denunciatory, Mr. Black says,
have bceu forwurdod to him. "Aud all
of tbeui, of couriic unjust, because uu
lotiudad as far as L am concerned, ti pott
a merely gruluitous newspaper lelsc
bood devised to supply tbo place of
real news concerning our oouferuuee."
Kefomu^ to tho "alleged iuterview
with Houator b'aulkner" and bimaell iu
the Baltimore 8tin, Mr. Black mj j be
dues uot believe there was auy such
conversation as wus reported ami giv?
ing reusous (or bis bolief he meutious
Senator I'uuikuor'b presence at tbe
coufareuce aud his knowledge tbnt tbe
sllvat question wuh uot nieutioued, and
further, the faot even if they were dis?
posed to commit tbe Nutiotiul Aa.tooiu
tiuu of Democratic Clubs to ouo side
or auotber ou uuy uutioiml qiiotdinu
the thing is impobbible und ?huwe. by
reference to their constitutum thut
"all the otlieers aud the Executive
Couimitteo together would be wholly
powerless lor uuy such purpose."
Mr, Black further goes on to ex?
plain that the officers of the Natioual
Association ol Detnuciutie Clubs have
do right to plunge tbe orgam/.aiioii
into factional disturbances or to of
iioially proclaim us Deuiooratu: doe
triues anything not previously decreed
in regular uuliouul convention." Mr.
Black, while asserting tu-.t ho has
opiuions ou the silver question, says:
"But I huvu plaoed ou the Executive
Committee of thin association Home ol
tbe moist distiiiguibhcd advocates of
eilver iu the klauil, us witut6a Me
MilllU ol i'cuuu-.-.-ec, Carr of North
Carolin?, Clark of Montana Atikeuny
of Miuuesotu, Uicbards of I'tuh.
"Would any of these gentlemen bo
there," bo writes, "if 1 weru incliu
od to pack a committee against their
views'.' Not a thought was taken of
tbo silver ()iieutinu wbeu tho commit
tue was appointed."
After further declaring himself sure
that Seuutor Fnulkuer uevur spoke a
word reliectnig uu the oilirers of tbe
association of Deiuooratiu clubs or
their management. Mr. Black says:
"The (silver <|uoetiou is tomporory in
character, bowuvor, it eball be de
And ho asserts that either side de
foated iu nstiouul convention may well
unbuilt to ttie will of tbu majority, lie
think- thore cau bu no doubt that
either sldo will do so. "It was thin,"
he declare*, "iu '92 and it will bo thus
lu a brief snnteuco couiuiondiiig tho
integrity of Democrats,no matter what
their views about silver, Mr. Black do
0 ured thut tliore?-liould be uu sepuru
ii.ii such issues, aud conclude!':
"Shall we wreck tho g,eat party of
oonstitntional govurnmout and oppose
oumolvus to tbe untold miauries
of a cuutralizod, prodigul nnd cor?
rupt government, taking tbo masses
lor tho clashes upou a comparatively
paltry question ot coinage? 1 be spirit
of the Kilver Democrats, South and
West, shows that do such result is pos?
sible, ui d they may bo assured that
their Northern and Eastern btutlneii
are equully loyal to the great cause of
government winch tho Democracy has
bud in charge for more than u hundred
Uot weather proves (lepros* n; to Aoho
whosi) blood is Puur. Snob poople abuiil.l '
?Uricli their blood with Huuil s Sarsaparllhl,
WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES.
Chargod with Embezzlement. About
Monoy. Americans at Tarsus.
Wasiiinuivn, August 27.?Seerotary
and Mrs, Carlisle reached Washington
to day, after a mouth'a ubnuticf. Thu
Secretary rosuuiud his desk tu day.
Another star, thu forty-fifth, is to be
added to the llug. Thu new star will
represent Utah, und thu order for its
addition to thu natioual colors was ^is?
sued by Secretary Lainout to day. Tho
star will l)u placed to thu right of thu
fourth row from tho lop, '1 ho order
for the addition ot thu star is accom?
panied by ouu changing thu bi/.u of
the (colors, tlcrutoforo thu standard
baa beau six feet by llvo. Tho now
urdor makes the regulation size live
feet six inches by four fout live inches,
Thu order provides rbr tho now col
ors to bo issued to all infautry, artil
lerv, and thu lmttuliou of engineers,
and ulso for uew staudards for all cav?
alry. The uuw llsgs will bo very hand?
some. They atu to be made of tbo
tiuest Atnerieau silk, aud their cost
will be quito considerable.
Utah will not attain her Statehood
until tbu fourth day of next July, but
ull the llaga hereafter contracted for
aud issued will contain tho star herald?
ing thu admisHiou of that territory
into tho Union of thu United States.
A cablegram wus received at the
State Department this uiormug from
Mtuiator Terrell ut Countuutiuuple
contained this gratifying information:
"Tno Forte gives empbatio assiirauoa
of security fur American citi/.uns at
Mr. Tcrroll has devoted his energies
in securing just such sesursoos from
tbo Turkish Government in every in?
stance wbero attacks weru made ou
American citizens ot the property ot
Americans in the Sultan's dominions,
Tho recent asbtinlt iu Tarsus wus SCOSO
in point. It was reported that the
resutenco of l'rof. Chriblie, of St,
Paul's American College at that place
hud huuu attucked uud Mr. Terrell
immediately organ an investigation.
Thu Turkish Minister to Washing?
ton, Mavroyeni Bey, roported tu tho
Stato DupurtJiout that thu matter
amounted 10 nothing more than a quar?
rel between a servant of l'rof. Chris
tio's aud two Turks, in which tho ser?
vant was assaulted.
Mr, 'Terrell, however, a?certoined
that it was much more serious uud bo
persisted iu his endeavor to bnug thu
mutter to a suttleixiunl, witti tho result
stated hi the message received at the
State Department to day.
Acting United States Troasurer Mo
Imo to-day tit this notice to the As
sistaut Treasurer at New York:
"For depositsol guld coin or United
States notos, iu sums of 8600 or mill
tiple thereof, made with the Assistant
Treasurer of thu United States in Now
York, like sums of paper currency
i less charges for trainporlullon at
bankers express rates i of tho denomi?
nation- of 85, $10 and S20, or of the
dcuomiuutious of 21 and ?2 as avail
?ble at the- time of application, will he
1 tont by express to the ordor ot the de
positoi Iroui tho Treasury at Washiug
ton. Fur deposits mado early in tlio
day remittances will go forward the
eumo duy. "j
Tbe press dispatch from Bogota an
nouuciiig thut arruugetuonts are being
made for the oxtraditlou of Lore ou a
charge of embezzlement, relstes to A.
0. Love, who was assistant postmaster
of Culvert, Tex. Love, while acting in
bis oflioial capacity iu charge of tbu
money order funds, made oil with
several htiudrod dollars, lio was a
young man, aged 22 years, and wa.s last
aecu at Galvcstou, .March '.itu last,
whero In- was attending a medical col
lego. The Postoilice Department of?
fered a reward of $200 for his arrest
COFSUET T-FITZSIMMONS FIGHT.
Re|jly ot Attoriiby-Gener.il Grain to
Sheriff Cabell's Interrogation.
Austin, Tex., August 27?Attorney
(iuneral Cram this morning rendered
his opinion iu tbe Corbott 1 it/.simm his
prize hi; hung case, in reply to uu in
terrogatory of Sheriff Uaboll, of Dallus
Bounty, as to whothur he badany l?e,al
nght to shoot dowu people while at?
tempting to suppress thu light. Tno
Attoruey iicnoral reply is to tbe ofloct
that Prize lighters, referees, eei, cou
btltutu an tinlawlttl assemblage, and
the statutes of the Stale maku special
provisions for tbe disbaudment ol such
uulawfal Btssmblsget; ttiat the Sberill
is empowered to riimmoii a posse or
t-ven thu militia to Ins aid and in case
thu Qgbteri will not c< a- e thuir unlaw?
ful conduct, then that thu statutes
specially provide that homicide is jus?
tifiable when absolutely necessary to
suppress riot of unlawful gatherings.
1 ho Attoruey-Geuoral couoludos his
opiuiuu by saying that while he dues
uot believe it necessary, still if it ia
ueoessary tbo statutes provido that the
Sberill can usu tlrearms in disbanding
any unlawful assemblage.
Ni ;uTng a : ... . or children who want builii
mir up. ?hoiikl tnku
Hiuryv.vs llto.V BITTBRS.
It ia ple-Oicat; cure* Malaria, IndigCJtiOIl,
DUiouaaoij, Liver complaint* and NeHralfll*
"Newest Discovery''?Ext. teeth; no
pain. N.Y, D. Rooms, 102 Main.
MATT QUAY'S M FIGHT
Harrisbnrg is tlio Battle Ground
and Trouble is Anticipated.
Notwithstanding Die Fact That All of ,
the Politicians Arc Fighting Him
He Will, It ,s Thought, Come
Out ol tiic Struggle With
llT Southern Assooiatod freie. I
Ilaitiuauuitti, Pa., August '-!7. ?Hat
riaburg is iu a turmoil to uigbt, tho
like ol which wan never known. Thero
have been mauy turbiilout pohticnl j
conventions hero, hut tho crowds
which huvo been assembling siueo
Bunday n& a preliminary to the Itupub
cau Htntu Couiniitten to-morrow lur
exceed iu numbers and in boisterous'
nesu any gathuriug that bus ever been
Chairmnu Oilkcsoti to-day secured
possession of the opera house from a
thuntrical company that \v?h hilled to
appear there to night ana late this
aiteruoon placed sixty or more able
bodied uion iu tliu building to hold it
against tue enemy,
'1'ho State Couitnltlo.i, of which e\
Statn Chairman Thomas V, Cooper, of
Delaware county,was yesterday oboaeu
temporary ohairmon, met this morn
ing. Temporary Chairman Cooper
culled for Ihn report of the sub no in
lulttee ou credentials, aud Lieutenant
Governor l.yon, oliairmuu of the cum
mittoe, reported in favor of the Quay
delegates in the First and Fifth wards
j MINISTER DLNUY HEARD FROM.
i He H.ii Not Succeeded In Straighten?
ing Out the Complications.
P.v Southern Associated Press.
Washington, August 27.? Minister
Deubv ut last has hueu heard from, u
cablegruni being ruceivod from hi tu uy
Aotiug Secretory Adee to day,in whiuh
ho etutcu thill iu response to the re?
quest uiude by hnu to Uttugli Yuuieu,
the Tun t ut, iiuii Itshugi bus been seut
to co-operate with Cousul llixsou in
investigating the Kiieberg riots, 'l'he
rauk ol thu t ommissioner, who is tho
liituudeul of the circuit, is by war
treaty oquul to thut of the Cousul.
It is supposed ul tint department
thut the name oi the ottioer may have
been altered in transmission over thu
cubic, und it is possible thut the nuuio
should bu Hsu-l'uug J, n well known
met ropuliinu ollicer, who tor many
cm.'- was vice-president of the board
I ol Works, aud bus also been of lute
yiars Minister ol Trough! Vumt-u, It
Iis htutid at the deparlmeut thut
whether or uot this is u mistaken idea
thu person appointed appears, from nis
uuiue, to uutjuettiousblv belong tu u
fumily of this well-kuowu Minister.
1 he wordiug ol .Minister Donby's
cablegtum lends the department to bo
I lieve that this ? oiuuiissio tier had boeu
sent ttoui Pekin, and the infereuou is
given out at the department that Mm
ister Deubv has given ample instruc?
tions to Consul tiixson, mid that he is
enjoying all the facilities necessary
to curry out Iho instructions ut Ku
It docs uot appear from Mr. Donby's
dispatch ihn: ho has BllOCOedod in
straightened out tbe complication
cause ! by Ibu te/tibul of the ( hiuese
officials at Ku Cheng to permit the
American aud liriti&h Consuls to at?
tend the inquiry into thu uinssuure.
Thut istbo interesting phase ol tho
situation, und u speedy udjuattnent of
it iu luvor of the joint commission is
desired. It is probable, however, thut
tho 1 ao seut to co-operate with Cousul
llixon mil hturt a now investigation iu
behalf of the general Government of
Chiua, thus exonerating ollioials who
are now mul.ing inquiries presumably
uuder authority of tho Viceroy ol tho
Closing of ii i.nruu lirv <? a title Ntora
?in II it III sir. i i,
Levy Pros.. 171 Main stroot, closed
their store \osterday ul 'j p. in. to pre
1 am their stock fur tliu grout oleunug
talu which in gm? this morning ut 8 a,
tu. They will sell out their uutito
stock at such prices tbut will surpri.su
evou tbo closest buyers. Don't iui-h
this great chance und call hood, us the
Bale is only for u limited time. Seo lus.t
Sunday's paper lor advertised pnoes,
\ Verdict of Wilful Murder,
l.V sjouthuru Asdociiito.i Proaa.
London, August '.57.- The coroaer's
jury investigating the murder uf Mrs,
K.iynolds und her three children ut I
iMaustleld on August 11, to duy re
tinned a verdict of wilful murder
against IJcnry Wright, a lodger iu the
Key nolds house. Wiigbt btubbeu ino
woman nud three children, sut lire to
the housu aud uuiuocosslully attempted
to commit biucidu.
Stuck-takiog prices moau cut prices
ou all good:! to aid us iu taking stock.
Fine musliu underwear at hull price -
lew left; 20 duok suits left, which will
bu sold regardless of cost; shirt waist,
from 25o up; shirt waist worth &0o,now
89u; slurt waist worth ..'1 nud Sl.?O.now t
55c; black and blue serge,40-iuch Wido, |
worth 50o, uow o7}o; remuauts of lawu i
and whito goods, ?fc; towols from :J4c j
up. Spcoial prices on all goods, ,
R. A. BAuxofess, j
MINISTER RANSOM'S CASE.
Tho Wholo Matter Has Been Amicably
Settled By His RoappolntmenL
l*y Houthcru Abio.-UtBil I'rem.
Wahuinotun, August 27.?Tlio un?
certainty ouuoeroiug the ouso of lion.
Matt \V. Uanaoni, uf North Oaroliuu,
wuh onded to-day l>y tho aunolluoe
mout of thu Senator's reappointiuunt
to tho position of Miuietor to Mexico,
declared vacant by thu decision of Aot
iug Attorney-Oetiural Conrad, that
Itansotu'h uoruiuation to tlio uiissiou
during his Sonatorial term was unuou
It was known pretty generally iu
ofiloial circles yesterday that thu com
mission of Uausotu would bo reouivod
ut tho White? UoiiHO to day, and hoiuo
surprise waa oxprosNed by those ciuui
zaut of the facta that it had not boon
received, bocaiiso their information
wus that tho commissiou had heeu
signed Saturday. That this tiudi
standing is correct is borno out by the
dato of tho document, which came in
t > day's White IIuiihu mail, and
datiiif August 24th.
It id stated at thu treasury that Mr.
Hiiusom will loss ouu mouth aud
twnuty seven days day as Minister to
Mexico, at $17,000 a year, that being
thu period intervening between Audi?
tor iloloomb'a opinion in his ouso to
the dato of Ins rrapi'oiutmnut. Thu
minister drew his pay up to .Inly 1st,
last. Auditor ilolcumti would not pass
his Julv account, holding that ho was
dia<|iialiliod from holding the ponitiou
hy having been a member of thu uume
Congress that increased tho pay ol the
Mexican mission to which hu was sub?
sequently appointed. Mr. Kansum
will huvu to look to Congress for his
salary and expenses during tho
qiiuv ItttlairAtaa Mo ?teil.
Ii* Sonthora Atsociatid I'toh.
II.ut tush no, I'a., Aiigu-1 27.?Tho
I Statu Ooruuiiltee mot ut 11:10 to-day
end udoplod tho report of tho Commit
toj on t rcdentials seating II.u live
iuay ilolcgiiliH in tho l-'irst nnd Fifth
Wind., of Philadelphia uud thu Ltuay
delegates iu Wyoming county. 'There
la talk of u obtiugo iu tho Superior
Court judges, ami other uamos have
beeu discussed, among them Judges
Stewart, of Prauklin, and Penny
pucker, of Fluladelplua.
All Druggists Now Sell
Rt 2B Denis a Bottle
The size ami quality of the package ia iu
every respect Iba n.nno a* tb.it which hua
heretofore beeu sohl at 00 cent-!. Wo lunu
le tonod tho .-?> t ot luauufncturs very ma?
terially sinoe tbu remedy was lir-t placed
ou tbe market, owing tu il.o incroaxu.t
rpiautiiies uf manufacture, aud fuel thut
we can afford to he liberal v> tb the pnblij
h?h?. niK t at tho i.-snlt n II hu to make
Quratol a popular housrhol ? remedy.
The Quratol Remedy Co.
Burruss, Son & Co.,
Commercial aud other buMuese paper ill ?
Loans im.i on favorable tut uh.
< uy tiouild nu I other saouritiua' bought
Deposits receive I and account* hivite.1,
Intaront allowed ou t in deposit*.
Hide Lepo-.it boxes tor reut. Charges
Draw Bills of Kxohange aud make cable
transfers to Luropo
Letters ot credit i--u.!-.S *-j priucipal cities
ot thu world. 0027
'The tramp Ufa insurance agent* who trios
tu make you bellevo that any other regular
life lnmirauco compauy pays us large divi?
dends or surplus as tho Northrrogtorn
.Mutual; it guilty or deception by using mis?
leading KAITUH, which no honest mau
would omploy or exhibit, as they are mado
up > create a lalto imprca-iioii.
D. Humphreys & Son,
Tho New England Cotton Manufac?
turers to Assemble in October.
Thfi Aggregate) Capital Invested In
Mills Represented by These Gen?
tleman, is Upwards of $300,
000,000, The Largest
Meeting Ever Held South.
tlv Southern /isaouiato't Preu.
Baltiiiohk, Augast 27.?For some
weeks past Mr. lt. IL Edmonds, editor j
of tho Manufacturers' llocord of this j
city, has beuu cudcuvoriug to induce
the New Euglaud Cuttou Mauiifao- I
turers Assouiatiou to hold its hext
sonn auutiui October meet in;; in At
lautu. Tho Hoard ot Governors, to I
whom the luaiter was presented, being j
unwilling to tako the responsibility of
tuoh u decision, submitted thu ques* 9
tiou uy mull to every member, with a
letter from Mr. Edmund*, sotting
forth the roasou why it would ba de?
sirable fur the cotton manufacturers of
New Euglaud to visit thu Month In
The vote has just been taken by mail
and Mr. Edmonds received word this
morning Unit it is in fuvor of Atlanta.
This will tako iuto the South the
largest number of Now Llugluud cottun
mill men who have ever been iu that
soutiou, uu tho association is composed
of abgilt IUI) members, representing
every leading cotton mauufacturiug
enterprise tu that section. The aggro
guto capital invested lu mills repre?
sented by these gent.emeu is upwards
of $301),000,000. _
?In I? fjuursoii Will, tiiirdor.'
Ky Southoru Aasooiato I Prei-i.
Dr .v. il, Col., August 27.?Ilolemnth
Loscber, tho engineer whose alleged
negligence caused the Gumry hotel ex?
plosion, was brought buck this morn?
ing Irom bis (light to the South. He
is formally charged with tbe murdor of
Toter Gumry and others. It is not
b iliovod bete a couvictiou cm fol ow,
A Of glasses are alwa/a
\ mo<t expensive.
9 Glasses to do good to the
? eyes must be sc ected only
, after the vision fiaa been
9 thoroughly tes ed.
A This wc do free of charge.
\ Why not avail yourielf of the
9 opportunity ?
A) OFFICE CLOSES AT 5 P. M. ?
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents;
?2J BANK ST.
hen.Im: es?Two Inniges, colonial nreuuo.
1 la 1 ..rk ttieet, liO Ueriuuda -treet.
16 Charlotte ?11041, ?p'.euuidl/ miauled for 0
t**iidiui: i.oj.-e. ||i7 t hur.i. at.
? ? Ta*?weh, IS 1 har.uiio,
'J* .New sue t. -I i uiuuicrce.
1 y ISI lisle, >l I re ?er.
n.l ttousn street. 2iuniSl I'alklaiiu str er.
3". a Vt uUo-trest. .'.iu, ..1.1 Cburchstreet,
i .... I.ur ulU ? re. t. 11, K. Mi.ln 3 ., 14 rjouis,
plats?112, Ul llauk alreet.
1 U, .'.o.j < Inu.h -ice-1. Ills t'hurch itroet.
Rnmlilei.in SO Kercitou avenue. 401 rarksva,
1X1 liilibs avenue, I . ? ltosertuii avenue
S'ieial .ei. ilrsi ab'e .?tiies nu Mum Kir.ut,
Mures?. ; Itank-lieet.no, 71 Water sireJt.
Corner .I.nne. ami lligh. ileenii i.i.o?..
<??? w a ui .treet.
O.tohei 1st ss Hum sirs-1, 87 Yarmouth (trait,
l?s, 18? l)tik?itreel,10". 16? York, 12U York,
l*rgs st ,iH .| Oowiuurcea.rcct
Situjo '.'oil Main street.
PUT YOUR DEEDS
Other Valuable Papers in a Safe Place,
AT A COST OP ONLY 25o A MONTH.
THE NORFOLK BANK
FOI! SAVINGS AND TRUSTS,
in tbo UoddiuK u. the Norfolk National llauk,
invites you to eall nud iuspeot their uew
Safe Deport Vaults, biUo.i ii.r rent uc*:l p.-r
annum unit upwards. Packugos recelvod on
sturago. Deposit* of ji aui upwards re
ceivoa ou iutoreat. fall nud got onu of our
Having* Pink Safes. OPEN DAILV KXCiiPP
SUNDAY, from 10 & in. to J p ni. also on
SATURDAY'S from I to Ii p m. Loaus made
on real estate and utker aeourity. Beiiles
estates, uud aots In any ?nuotury c iparity.
C. W. GKANDY. President.
OliO. 1AIT, "Vico-PreaiJent.
C. HARDY. Casbior.
MAYER & CO,
DEAI LlltS IN
Railroad, Steamboat andi
4 and 6 West Marfcet StMffiftf