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ANNUAL TRADES CONGRESS
President Jenkins Makes Some
He Said That the Anti-Labor hnd
Anti-Trades' Union Party Had
Been Subsidized by the Op?
ponents of Organized Labor.
Itv Souttiuru AHUoomtod Pros?.
Cardiff, Wale?, September 3.?At
to day's session of the auiiuul Traden'
Viiiuil Congress President Jenkins de?
livered Ins luaugurul address. Hu de
uouuccd the independent labor orguui
p.uiious auiid constant interruptions.
He declared tbut the uuti labor aud
auti tiades Dillon party bad beeu prt
valuly subsidized by tbu oppoueuta of
organized labor, aud uballeuged tbeui
to produce tbotr accounts, showing
where tttey got tbeir fuuds.
J. H. WiUou, JJ. P., of tho National
Bailors' aud Firemen's Union, uiuvud a
vole of thanks to Presideut Jeukius,
but delegate, Fete Ctirrie objected to
the politicul bogtcB vvbtcb tlie Presi?
dent bud lutioiluced. He, therefore,
tnoved that it wit- tbu sense of tbu
C'ougrc6s tbut Bucb expressions were
a departure from prcuedeul, aud tbat
tbu olleusive i u ?? ugua >u tbu address
be stricken out.
Mr. David Holme?, vice chairman,
ruled that Ourriee motion was out oi
cutler und tbu vote of ibuul.s moved by
Wilson wum curried.
Mi. Holmes tbeu introduces Missrs.
Batuuul Compere an i l*. ,1. .McGulre,
respectively ex-president and vice
|>tcsident of tho Americuu Federate u
of Labor, who were present aa Aimrt
?uu >t. ligutOM in obedience to tu- cull
tseited by John Uurtia and t e ? i i
grcsil acculded tbeui au ovation:
Mr. VS ileou challenged tbu actiou of
tha Parliamentary coenmittue iu ex?
cluding teruiu JeU gules, uud offered
a motion declaring tbut bttcb u.-;iou
w?> uucuust tuttiiuui.
Mi. Mawdaloy, uf tbe Ama g iniutod
A'huLiutiuii of Cotton Spiuuus, mtiiu
turned tbat tbe reforms instituted by
tim committee wi re uectsjury.
Delegate Uurrau deuotinced tbu iu
trigues ubu b ba I i ruccodad prior to
tbe meeting of tbo congress against
men wlu> liuil grown gruy iu tbu -er
vice of tbu wurkiuguieu, and tbu new
rules were especially lortued to ex
lieu Tillett, of i bu IJook. Wharf and
Hull >ity WoiKors' Uuiou, tbruw blamu
upuu Mr. ilobu JJurue lor dictating n
Ki.ilicy teudiug to ruiu trades uuiuuisui.
liuury Uroadbursi, M. i'., charged
tiiui the Parliamentary committee in
Miuir actiou bad gone beyond t..eir in
Mr. Wilson bavinc. made tbe cloning
flpeeob of the debate on tbe question,
the prubideiit auuoliuiud that a rote
would be taken m accord moo with tbu
eommittue'u restitution,which provided
lor tbu exclusion ol delegates who huvu
cuubud to lollow tbu truduH they aru
alleged to reprosuul.
'1 nis announcement caused a groat
Dproar, but a \otu was taken, winch
resulted in fuvor of tbu actiou 01 tbu
NORTH CAROLINA'S BUSINESS.
(She is One of the Largest Cotton Con?
sumers in the South.
By ^outturu AsBooiuto i Press,
ItALBluil, N. ??, September 3.?Tbe
JStulo Industrial Department today
i.-Mied u speciul bulletin giving u list of
oil luumilactiiriug enterprises iu No nil
Carolina. Tout portion of it wblcli la
ol greatest iuierust is in regard to cot
too uiiHe. ibis shows tbut eleven mills
?re now iu courtiu of construction. II,at
tbu stock iu eigbt more bus bueu sub
ecribud, und tbut 1411 aru uow in opera?
tion spinning uud weaving.
IJesulus these, there aru twelve knit
ting mills, one bilk mill, ouu lonrell
mill, four ling mills and one manufac?
tory cord auU cording.
ihere aru mills in forty one of the
Diuety BIX counties. Tbcro uro ru
fjorted 10,000 looms uuti 760,000 spin?
licury Q, Hester, secrolary of llio
Muw tirieuus Cottou Kxcbange bus
eent Oov, Carr tbe following tele
"1 cougrattilato you and the peoplu
of North Carolina on bur remarkable
progress in cotton munufactnrus.
hbo is uow practically equal to South
Carolina, tho largest cotton consumer
tu tHe South. By the uctuul census of
mills Ninth Carolina consumo.l of tins
year's crop 227,000 bales, an increase
of ;">;i,(XKJ over last year. She hits new
apindles which way he iirougbt into
jilay in 1895 ''.H'>, which, with luir trade
ooudittous, should mcreusu her total to
at least 200,000. In 1800 North Caro?
lina consumed lll.nOO bales. Mo your
fctatu has uraoticully doubled her cot?
ton manufactures within tbu past tivo
Another Mil),nun .Hill.
Bv ?ontlnTU a,, i ? i-.r i l'rosii.
Bat.kioB) N. C, September 3, Tbo
(JoUI.-ihi.ro Cotton Mill Conicatiy utts
orgi ui/.ud at Goldeboro to day with
(jWU u hi paid up cupitul and power to
tucrea.?e it to 8500,00C. It buys tbe
Old cot i n mill Iberu aud will put in
Hew spn um?; macbiuery and eiilureo
tbe mill, iitury Wetll was elided
BURGLARS WERE SUCCESSFUL.
They Relieve Messrs. Mortimer and
Eustis of $5,000 Worth of Silver.
Uv Southern Associatej IV.i-h
B eve It I. v, Mass., September 3.?One
of tbe most daring and successful burg?
laries that has ever bappuued in
Buverly took place yesterday mm mug
between (ho hours of -1 aud 7 a. in. The
sctiuo of the event was at Beverly Coro
aud tho losers are Stanley Mortimer
und W. C. und George E. Eustis, sous
of Ambassador Euste. Tho burglars
made ti rich haul, securing 35,??0
worth of tbo finest gold end silver
Ihu familes had intended moving to
Boston to-day, and the plate wus pack?
et! in small boxes ready for removal.
The circumstauccs seem to show at
least tbo counivKuco of some porsou
fauiiliur with the premises. A servant
girl stutee (bat sho saw a small boat
lying off tbo shore, and some meu en?
ter it with two boxes. It was broad
daylight at tho time, and tbe meu did
not uppear lo bo in a hurry. On ac?
count of the absence of tbe owners a
list aud description of the missiug
plate ouuuot be secured at present.
l.rrmiroti* liiiurvaaiuti C?rr?*ctc?l?
Bv ttouthoru Aeuuciate I I'ras-f.
Ptt i tiA delph i a, Septembor 3,?
Me.-srs. McCoruiok & Henderson,
counsel for George W, iletidersou, re?
ceiver of tbo Kuoxville (Teun.) Klee
trie Huilwuy Company, writes that the
reports sent out trom Philadelphia uud
pnbliabed iu the newspapers on August
i'd, in reference to a suit tiled iu t o
United States Circuit Court, Philadel?
phia, by George W. Henderson, re?
ceiver of tho Kuoxville Electrie Ball
way Compuuv against tbo Union Trust
Company, Philadelphia, created uu tin
just uud erroneous impression concern?
ing Mr. Willium G. McAdoo. former
president of tbe company. The unbli
cation implies tbut McAdoo was guilty
of some immoral uot touching some
shares of tho company. This is incor?
rect. Tho recovery sought from the
Union Trust Company is basod upon
purely legal gruund<i, in no way re
lleotiug on Mr, MoAdoo'a gooti name,
> et roes Hi IIIUIKI a ?I 111 I? ?11> ?? III Willi?'
Bv Southern Auaociato I Pre--.
Gektualia, Ills., September 3.?Tho
two school buildpugs set apurt by the
School Board for the use of negro pu?
pils wore empty to-day, as they were
yesterday, when thescbool commenced.
Tbe buildings are in every way us well
equipped as those of the white schools,
and provided with competent teachers,
but the uugroos will uot uso them.
Tbe blacks deruuud admission to all
sohools, and threaten suits for damages
for interfering with their rights of cit?
izenship. The whites threaten retalia?
tion by refusing employment to black
Ckarsej to ei<- inYt--i.iiuH.tcu.
Br Soutboru Amooiute I Prosa
BrniNUPiBbD, Ills., September :>.?
In tbe Sangamou Couuty Circuit
Court to-day State's Attorney Graham
gave instructions to the grand jury tor
the September term, just convened, to
invostiguto the charges of corruption
made against certain members ol tho
Legislature, and callud upon the jury
to do its duty nod sifl the matter lo tho
bottom. Tho States' attorney claimed
that the charges made iu the press 61
the State were so definite and detailed
that the jury und prosecuting authori?
ties cotil 1 uot atlord to iguoro tho
B i tie itlurriav? ot ? ? vt. ic. icutsell.
fpeoial Dispatch to The Vir^inntu.
Petersburg, Va,, Septeiul er 3,
Miss Mary Howard Spiers aud Air. C.
\Vi It. Bussel I were married (bis after?
noon ut Sbtloh Church, at Carsous,
Diuwiddie county, liev, if. U. Riddiok,
assisted by Hev. J, A. Spiers, ofliole
ted. 1 hero were six maids of honor
and uu equal number of groomsmen,all
cousins ol the bride. The bride is a
very pretty und attractive young lady.
The groom is a well known citizen of
Norfolk, mid is employed on I he 1'ilot
newspaper. Mr. uud Mrs, llueroll will
leave for Nortolk uext Tuesday.
Ituir i? ii l onnn .
By Southern Assoelate t Prunn
San Franoisco, September 3,?The
! Supreme Court to-day reudered a dcci
sion in the wilt case of William Waker
ley, who died in Oaklaud several yens
ago. Tbe decision virtually makes the
widow (ho sou* heir to u quarter of u
million of dollars. Mr:'. \\ukerley is
now tbe wife of William F, lliitlmnk.
formerly of Winston, N.C., und founder
of tbe Los Angeles Beeord,
Uurrmit'a i riui.
Bv Soutlioru Asauoiate i Pioo.
Ban Francisco, September 3. ? Pro
cceiliugs in tho Durrani trial opeued
i this morning with the address of Dis?
trict Attorney Barnes for the pro-ecu
I lion. Ttie court room was crowded,
many attorneys being present, At?
torney Htiriio?' statement was given
close attention bv all present, even tho
defeudaut himself showing more in?
terest than usual.
N< Yeriil Put MOM* Were Killed.
Jiv Mouthoru Assooiate'l Pro**
BERLIN, Heplember 8. ? During the
illuminations ut linsluu in houor of
Sedan duy yestorduy, a greende shell
bUppused to bo empty, exploded with
great violence, lulling BSYorul persons
aud injuring four.
He Ascended the Scaffold as Firmly
as if Going to Dinner.
He Said His Life Had Been Sworn
Away by Perjured Witnesses and
Pointed Out Two Men Whom
He Accused of False Swear?
ing. A Riot Averted.
liT Soutlieru AHdocintod l'rosi
<1 AOKHONVILLE, Fla., Sopteuibor B,?
A special to the Times LTuiou frutu
Jasper, l,-la., Hoys: .loseplt B. Nortou,
white, wbh buttled heru to-day lor tbu
murder of Jamea Denmark, also whito,
uu tbu uight of .lauuury 4.
It was iuteuded that tho execution
should be privnto uud n high fet.ou hud
bceu erected nrouuil tbu gallows, but
tbo crowil tttro this tiuwu uud :!,0l)D
pet.Mills saw tbu bunging,
Nortou ascended tbu gallows nt
11:15, stepping ub lirruiy uk it bu wore
walking tu bis diuner iuaiead ol to his
death, lie hum in bin ?latcuiuiit tbut
bo did not kill Denmark hut that bis
Iilu bud been sworn away by perjured
witnesses. 11 u pointed out Messrs.
Miles uud McAlpiuo us two of tho tuen
who swore falsely.
This almost outiscil n riot. Young
McAlpiuo made u desperate efTort tu
got ut Nortou, evidently titlctiding lo
assault him, Sheriff I'olhiil nailed on
the crowd to assist hitu aud McAlpiue
was liuully arrested aud order r< stOrer*,
Norton concluded by calling on Uud hi
wttnoss ti.ni .ludbou Taylor Killed Dtn
mark and uot himself. Tho trap was
then sprung aud Norton's death lot
A novel feature of the execution was
at Norton's request, u white gauze veil
was pulled over Iiis face luetuud of tlij
truditioual black cup.
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Special Dleptitch to the Virginian,
Pbtkhsuuno, Va,, September 3,?
Mr. Thoiuns Kuwleit, aged 2o years, u
sou of Mr. .lames Kawlctt, ri'si.ini;:
near Wood's Church, iu ( bestei field
couuty, about eight luiics from Peters
bur,?, committed snioide this morniug
iu hit father's stable) by shooting.hnu ?
self through the head with u plain!.
Mr. lltiwlcit went out into the stuble
and led tho horses and then lired the
fatuI bbot. No cause can he bes gi.o 1
lor I he rash act,
Coroner II. S. Loigli held un iu
quest this afternoon ut 1 o'clock to in
quire luto the cause of the death ol
the negro boy who was run over mid
killed by Soutb bound :passenger trmu
No H5, which left heru lust night. The
accident occurred ou tho bridge ovur
Uill Street, Tho unfortunate colored
buy proved to ha Thomas Nib'ett, i f
Fayetteville, N. ('. After beariug all
the evidence iu tho case, ti n jury re
turned a verdict '%to the effect that (he
deceased canto to Iiis death by being
accidentally run over by the traiu,
I he inquest hail been eet for 1
o'clock p. iu., but on account of the
absence of .lohn L, Johnson, unco'
t o jurors, it bad to he postponed to -1
o'clock, Corouer Leigh imposed a liuu
of $10 agaiuat Jobusou, hut subse?
quently remitted it us .lohiison staled
thut bin ubseucu wus due to sickuess- -
c uuip colic.
' At St. .lo.scnh'a Cutholie Church
patsoiiago this, u'toruoou ut ?
o'clock Mr, ,T, 1j. Pear man,
a well known merchant tailor oi Ibis
city, whs united in marriugo to Miss
Dannie bid wards, also of this place.
Uuv. 1'. J. O'l'errall otUeiated. Mr.
Johu N. Pearmau, a brother ol the
groom, uutl Mr. tieo. A. Thompson
were tbo ushers. Mr. aud Mrs. Pear
man Kit for YVushingtou uud New
York ou a bridal tour.
Col. VV. Cordon FdoCabe will re
move his family to Uichtuoud about
the miildiu of tins mouth, whero in fu?
ture he will COUdllOt his school.
Air. David si. Taylor, tmo of the
Petersburg colony iu Norfolk, is bete
ou u visit. Iiis numerous friends in
the "( ockade City" tire much pleased
<o meet with him.
Miss Dahlia Longworth, of this city,
who has been visiting friends iu Nor
folk, bus returned Lome.
lit pairs are now being made to tho
Swift Creek Cotton .Mills iu Chester,
held county, about two miles from
Petersburg, winch will suou resume
operations. Ttieeo mills were pur
chased some months ago by a gentle?
man in North Carolina, by whom they
will bo operated in the future.
Holmen Keopa Mobbing ? i> Keren it
UV SoUIUerU Ansonato I i r
I'illLAOBlil'lHA, September Tho
supposed body of lion j Hin in I iotzel,
tvbuui 11. il. Holmes is alleged lo h ive
murdered, und which was exbuinud in
the Meobamcs' Cemetery last Saturday
and decapitated lor the purpose of en
tleavorieg to identify the remains by
menus of Pietzel'a leetb, whs sgaiu dts
lulerred to tiuy iiy the coroner's physi?
cians. A hone was takon from a lo?; of
tbe decomposed corpse, but for what
purpose could not hu learned, 1 bo
body was then reiuterred,
Iced Coffee i simply delicious) at
Mae's, Try il, and you will drink
iictjing else this warm weather.
CHOLERA INFECTED CHINESE.
A Rigid Investigation Has Been Insti?
tuted by Surgeon General Wyman.
Uv Southern Aenooiate.l i'rim
Washington, Boptembci 8- Surgoon
Heuoral Wyniau, ot tbe Merino Hoe
pital Service, tins instituted n rigid iu
vostigntiou into the (sots iu rcgurd to
tbe arrival of tbo atcunui r Uelgic lit San
Francisco. She im supposed tu buvo
brought cholera infeoted Chinosn and
Japanese to Liouolithi uud thou to have
proceeded to Sau Francisco, tvhero tbe
steerage passengers pas*ed tbe tjoaran
tine olucials and were lauded.
Press reports plato that tbo Helgic
landed tit Sun Francisco with tbreo
dead Chinamen, all of whom bail tiled
from cholera August lilst. Surgeon
General Wyman wired Dr. Godfrey, iu
charge of tbe Murine Hospital ut Suu
FraUoisCO, giving him an ubstruot of
the press dispatches uud dlreottug him
to investigate them, A reply was re?
ceived from Dr. Godfrey, stating thnt
theso t'Liiuamuu did uot die from
No evidenoo bus been adduced tend
iug to show thut thero was cholera on
tbe lielgie at any Inno cither before or
ulter leaving China, but the Marina
Hospital Service,taking the wore! view
uud aotiug upon the supposition thut
cholera did exist, is looking iuto tho
whole mutter thoroughly, ami within a
lew days all the steerage, passeugors
will bo located; The sanitary inspco
tor nt San Francisco, tho port whore
the Holgic lauded, Is under the super?
vision of local b. tilth and hoarding
tillioers, a'thuilgh ihu iiiniruutnio tip
paratus is coutrolicil by Federal ulli
THE STATE CAPITAL.
Notes and Gossip ot Interest From
Special Dispatch tu Hm Virginian,
ltu.'HMOND, Va., Seplembtr 8? livery
Deiuouratio legislative nominating con?
vention thus Inr held tbut bus ex?
pressed ouy preference lor Senator,
has decliued lor or commended Hon.
John W. Dauiel. Tbe same is true ol
free silver. 1-ivery one of these bodies
where any declaration at ull wus ,mude
on free silver, cutue out for free coin?
age at tho ratio of 1(1 to i,
rhu action of Iho I'lttsyIvnuiu and
llnltlii\ Democratic onuvoution of yes
terduy in adopting resolutions demand?
ing radical changes in the Wultou law
und cmpbasi/.itig the necessity for lair
eloctuiui, is regarded ns u short cut on
tho Populists, Of course, the Halifax
elections buvo always been fairly Cou
(inc. ttil aud the declaration of the cou
ventlou thcretore lor amcudmentH to
Hie Walton law. it would seem, could
only lneatithat it is a mild OOUcossiou
to thu l'oj iilihts uuii other new tune
it is believed that some other coun?
ties, especially whou there i* likely to
bo important opposition from Popu
ists, may adopt resolution somcwhut
ou the line of those Uttcrud by the
The free silver craze, too, will no
doiilit make itself folt iu the coming
Tbo committee, appointed by the
labor men's muss meetiug oi Ibis city,
will to morrow night submit tbe uatUOS
of ten candidates for the House, from
which Uve are to be chosen. It la
claimed tbut muuy cousrrvative work
luguieu aro opposed to placing u full
ticket ill tbu held to bo voted for ut the
Democratic primary. They think it
would be better to i nine only two men
on the ticket aud let the balance ot the
voters choose Iho remaining three.
J his, however, is uot t:.o view ol the
nun o ii.ilii'-ir.ial of thu leaders. Tbu
.uttur advooatoa tho workiugmeu nam
mg tbe whole live aud abiding the re?
C. and O. Train Strikes a WaRon, In?
juring One of its Occupants.
Sptciul I 'i-i ..tob to the Vir? man.
Hauiton, Va.. September ;s. -The
Cbusupcuko und Ohio down train, ut
11 :du this mot mug, struck a covered
wagon thut wa- ciosbing tbe truck utiat
the Hack Kiver roati, in which wero
Kol ort Holsten auti Davut Ltoutteu,
llolston wus seriously injured about
the head and Is uot expected to live.
ltoutteu escaped injury, Ihu wagon
? a-i omusbed uud tho hureo killetl iu
t in- noon in Bclipae.
Tho moon was in total eclipse about
12 o'clock 1 ist night.
I.am i Uu in.- at ieu Mit in in on, sain
A lug thing in blue and black all
wool serge 15-inch wide, at 37jc.
Siik finished Henriettas worth 750,
Fancy weaves in black dress good?
worth ?1, cut price (jt)t-.
I uncy mixed dioss goods at half
A ttw odds und ends of uiurliu uu
d ji wear ut hull pricu.
I t.ink ot !.neu crush 42o up.
Yard wide cottou 5c, worth 7c,
Think of mi. i to uulatiudrii d shirts
25! and op.
Liueu towels 45 inch loug und 21
in )b wnle worth 20o, uow 12jc.
Hath towels :i,c, tic, Me, l?c, 12?.c.
Linon damask aud napkins ut i rices
to please every one.
11. a. Bau*i>kr?,
No. 172 Maiu stritt, I
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON
Items Gleaned From the Nation's
Death of Lieut.-Col. Butler. The Debt
Statement. Hie Treasury Balance.
The Weekly Wcalhcr Crop Bul?
letin. Secretary Carlisle and
Sound Money Convention,
Ilv Southern Ailootato I I'rooi.
Wariiikoton, September :t.? Tbo
Wur Department uns iuformed to day
ol the deutli in I'uriH oil August 22, of
Lieut, t'ol. I'l<lini>ml butler, U tilted
Steten Army, retired,lute of tlic Sovou
Col. Untier was born in Ireland und
appointed to tbu army from .New York
in 18(51 im Seeoud Lienlouaut ol tbu
Fifth infantry. He nerved throne i tbu
luie war uutl obtalue I the inuk of Gap
taiu before its duuelusiou.
No debt atalrmcut was issued Irom
the Treasury lo ilny, hu error in cab
oulatiou having prevented u baluuce
Stioli errors bare frequently oeonrred
nnd iisnully IIio difference in balnucillg
is only a fow emits, whicb is tuoru dif
Qoult to Uud tbuu if it was mi error of
81,1)00 or 81.000,000.
A lew iuiuules beforo I o'clock tbo
error iu the Treasurer's onsh uns dis?
covered und it balance was struck. The
error was a trivial one ol a lew ebuls
only, but it was discovered loo lute to
permit ibe debt stutomeut to be issued
'1 ho Treasury balanao, as shown iu
tomorrow's tlebl statement, will be
8184,039,150, of which 8100,329,837 1
Withdrawals of 81,100,000 in gold for
export to Kuiopo were reported by
Assistant Treasurer Jordnu lalo tins
afteroooi). UuofUuial mi vices report
8*2,000,000 in gold deposited by the
nynd cate to day, This mnkes the gold
rcsurvu Btaud, with withdrawals uud
deposits accounted for, at 3101,229,837.
?Secretury i urlisle, owing to the nb
souce ol his ubHit-tutii secretaries on va
Cfltiou, Umln Hint he will not he uhle to
utiend the sound money couveutioil
culled to moel iu Lincoln, Neb., next
Thursday which is designated by the
silver men "the bolting couveutiou").
Iu lieu of tue addreas which ho had
hecu asked to deliver ou the oooaaion
he is now writing u Icttor to ibe com
miticc which extdudeil the iiivitatiou,
in which ho gives expression to his
views on the sound money question,
A report received at the Marine Hoa
pltul bet vice this morning shows there
were in Japan hetweou Jutiuury 1,
I8il5, uud July I9t? of this, year, 7,901
cases of cholera and I,Sil deuths, Iu
l-7'.i uud 1380, the disuui-ve ubaumud
the mont violout fotm, there being
102,037 cases uud 100,780 doaths iu
ItST'.l und 155,923 cures und 108,4011
deaths iu 1880. These figures are
taken from the reports of tbo sucru
tariea of tbo provincial governors.
Tbo weekly weather crop bulletin
issued by tbu Wouthor Bureau is us
North Carolina temperature above
normal; rainfall deficient; eiinshiuo
nhiiudaiit, muLiui/ very favorable week;
cotton improvod, it is opening now
uuii picking will begin next week,
Texas showers over the greater por
tioii ui tiio Muii' have improved lute
cotton und top crop, but iu some local
ities duuitiged curly cotton, picking
? <i nova Hie < niton ? ro;?.
Ilv Southern As-iociato I i n>
Nr.w Yoiik, September 0. ? Hills of
largo denominations, to the amount of
SI76,000, were deposited iu the sub
licasmy today, for which a tele?
graphic transfer to Iho suh Treasury
in New Orleans was given. Small hills
will bo lrsiiod to the consignee in New
Orleans. Silver dollnrs to tho amount
ol $8000 were also deposited for tele
graphic transfer to New Orleuus. The
money is to be user) in moving the
cotton crop. The business iu transfers
in currency to duy wastho largest thus
far this season.
( hlne.e Actor? in Allanen,
liy Southern An-) iat ? 1 I'ron.
Atlanta, September 3. ? 1'rediduiit
Collier, of tho Ailuutn Exposition, has
received advices of the arrival ol Ueo
(iwiaiig, the concessionaire at tbo
i iiine.se vi.luge, with 201 hoy actors
uud 300 cases of meiehuuilise from
Hong ;Kong, The party loll Hoi g
Kong ou August I2tli via Vancouver, !
aud is now iu this country. The com
pauy of Obineae actors will roach At?
lanta iu u fow days. The imiklingrf of
the ( hiuese villago aru practically
oemplete and tho puCormuucjs iu toe
theater will legiu by tue opening day.
l.ndi' llelccnie* *|i|iololed.
liy Southern Associate i I'ron.
ElAnniHBUito, Pa., September :!.
Toe tiovoruor has appolutod .Mi-.
Lewis K. Lodge, ol Media, a member
of Iho Atlanta I-'.x position Ladies' Aux?
iliary, und Mrs. E, E, Starr, of I'bilu
dolphin, delegate to the i'arinor&' Cjl
gress at Atlanta.
"Newest Difloovory'-?Ext. teeth; no
pain. N.Y, L>. Booms, 102 Main.
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH.
A Difference Between Them is Finally
Settled in the Courts,
llv Hotlthfirn Ammrlatol Praia.
libsTON,September 3.?lo tbe Uuited
States t ircnit t.utirt ol Appeala this nf
(ornoon u decision wus rendered in the
ease of the Amorioiti Hell Telephone
Company, appelhint, V?. tho WoatOlU
UuiOtl Telegraph Company, ot al.,
coniplaiuuuts, uppellee, in favot ot Hie
Thia atilt, wbioh was originally
brought iu tho Circuit Court by the
Western L'uioti Telegraph Company,
tho Gold uud Stock Telegraph Com
peuy and tbo American Speaking Tolo
phone Company, ami OOUtiuuud by the
VVOBteru UuioU Company, was for an
act'otiuting from the Holl Company ul
leged to buvo been thu right of the
plaiutitTe under certain contractu made
The contracts' gave tbe Bell company
the right to use cerlaiti inveutiouH for
the transmission of messages that were
owned by those uoaipauiea, tbo Hell
company egreoing to pay certain royal?
ties, Tbo pluiutttls cluiiuod there wiia
a largo hum duo from royalties, uud
this the Hull company denied, Alter
(he case was bogun in court both sides
made a stipulation, rufurring the cuso
illb l.owoll its master, "in hear (ho
parlies, roport the fnols, anil his
rulings on any question of law arising
iu tbo OBSo" to bo Ukeu.
.lit*, tut? bricli'a Cuan,
Iiv Southern Associatedl'renj.
London, September I).?Sir M. W.
ttidloy, Home Secretary, stutuil iu the
II ol Commons lo day that the
Home Olli co bad lio power (o order u
public inquiry, under judicial forms,
in (ho caso of iMrs. Maybriok, now
serving u life sentence in working
pie.on for tho minder of her husband.
Iu regard to I ho conviction and im?
prisonment of the Englishman Itiokurd
in Honolulu, Air. Cur/on said it wus
learned that, prior to (ho iuaurrectlon
in lluwuii, iu which Kn-kard took purl,
ho had uliatidoncd Ins british ine
tiualty uuti the Goverument hnd.thcru
foro, no grotiutls lur iuturferouoe in
11V Hnutliorn AMtioiiitn.l 1'io-itf.
Peimy, O. T., September 3,? United
States Oiler niitl William Knapp, two
prominent furmors of liny county,
quarreled about sumo hay yosterduy
and a light was tbu result.
Oiler USOtl n I end.et und Knapp a
pitObfork. Tbu battle lasted fur two
minutes with uu witness except thu
wives of tho mou, who were 100 yards
uwuy. Knapp stuck his pitcblork
thiongh Oiler's body and Ollor cut a
fearfitl gash in Knupp's side, from
which he will die. Oiler tiled on tin
spot. His wife pulled thu pitchfork
out of his body.
All At eitlfiit in KtiiK Itiimberli
Komk, September 3.?King Humbert
reviewed the troops uud witnessed the
military maiioeuvurs at Quilla yoster
day, ulter which, accompanied by
Ouoen Margherita, bosiuiteti fur Uou
/.a, His Majesty being ou horsobuuk,
Iho horse which the King wuh riding
stiimblctt uuti lull, throwing hit rider
with home vtoloucu to tho ground. Tho
King, who wus fortunately unhurt, ro
mounted bis hor.so uuti proceeded ou
25 CENTS A BOTTLE.
NO I AHILY
Thu tr.iini? lifts Induration ..gouts wliu tri
to make you helle u that any other i prui ,7
lifti insurauoa compauy pavs as largo illvi?
tluud.-t or surplus ?s tliu Northwestern
Mutual, is guilty of iloceiition by uaiog ran
leading IIATI?3. which no honest inau
would employ or exhibit, as they are mado
np tj vre it- u nOdd irupr.-suoii.
D. Humphreys & Son,
DENT- AUKNTd NOiaUWKH'fBlUtJ
A Once Prominent Woman Found
In a Pitiable Condition,
She Sal On a Coal Box, Wrapped In
a Blanket, When Discovered By
the Authorities. Was Once
An Inmate of An In?
liy Southern Associated Prong.
Ni w l'oitK,September H?Mrs. Elisa?
beth St. John, one of the originators)
ol I he Order of tho Eastern Star, was
a prisoner in the l'olico Court, Wil
liuuishiirg, to-day, on n charge of
vagrancy. Shu was the protege of the
lale llobert Maooy, ono of the highest
of tbo Alusouhs order, and with bim
founded the order of the Kastoru Star
winch now extends all over tho coun?
try. She was found enrly this nioru
Ing Mitling ou u coal box at Wythe
avenue und Howes street. Sho bad a
borso bliinkut wrapped about her.
Aller she wan arrested Airs. St.
.lohn acted in u straugo manner, She
continually aokud for her daughter, who
is in Europe, Whou sho was tuken to
court and put. iu tbu prisoners' pou she
uns visited by iwo uomen ol Iho order
she founded. Afterward, on being ar
raigded beforo Police Justice (iunlting,
at iho request of her friends, sho we.i
temporarily eommittod. Airs. St, John
was in the liloumiiigdulu Asylum iu
A lightweight overcoat is a necessity
nt ihn seashore uud mountains, Our
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wuut. Niuiiolh A Wallach,
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Witii Nobby Fall
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AT LOWEST PRICES.
L. JACK OLIVER & CO.,
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Of classes arc always the
\f Glasses to do good io the
I Q eyes mus'. be selected only
. after the vision has been
() thorojghly tes ed.
A This we do free of charge.
^ Why not avail yourself of the ?
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W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents*
2:) DANK KT.
ISesldeoces?Two houses, Colonial arenas.
IKS l"rk Street, III) Ueiuiuda street.
IS CliarlolUi juesi. rpVuilldly adapted for
ndliie i .1 ue. ivl Chorus u.
? lu/c'cii, is < lisrlottej
JJ Nfcw Hire. I, '-'I t'oimaerce.
I.'.i ISI Hui?-, SI l're?rr.
Ii ^ hoiihIi street, 2Jnu I8! I ulkinnn Jtr.ut,
:i Walke street, 803. ilia Church street.
I..'. 1 inir '.in' a.rei'i. til K. Main j .. H r jo Ulf,
Klais?11.". IJI Hank street.
I i. -? 1 loo, Ii slroi t. IIIS 1 burcli itroel.
II mli tun lie Fers"??!! aveoiie, tol raikara,
I3J Ulbbs avenue. Ml Iteservolr sveada.
- a .1 very Uraiiable nrtitat ou Muio street.
Stores?"7 flank -tuet 159. 71 Water ?irosi.
Cornei James und Ulgli. Itoonii aboVc,
w tier .tree).
() i.,\ er Isl ? ss l'.ice ?lro?l, 8? Yarnn.utb street.
1 ??, 109 Duke street, 107. 161 Vork. 123 York.
l,i r,'0 store a| l'<iiniiifi.c ..rest
Store 90S Muln street. _
Biirriiss. Son & Co.,
CouiDierci.il aud other busluoas paper dil
Loans negotiated ou favorable tormi.
1 ity houda and other securities bouftttt
and sold. ??
Uepoeds receive 1 au I accounts iuvita l
lutorost allowed ou t me deposit 1.
Hafo Hopo?it 1 oies lor reut. Chargjs
Draw 1! 1 Irf <>'? exchange an I m*ka e.tlHo
tranters to linrope, ,
Letters of credit issued *.j principal ellloB
ot the world. O0'J'
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