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They Open Their Campaign Assisted by The?
odore Rosevell and Other Bright Lights.
FAIR ELECTIONS AND CIVIL SERVICE.
ltosovcll Itlotvs UK 41t? II Horn In ltc
i. i . in i- in Hie \ nrli l?ollee
IU*|iiirlntctil mill l?ii> II I* Kes|iecl?<
in Ncillllur <r?>>-??? itii in a %VltJ N'lil
10 Be MlMiiMilcrKlooil.
llaltlniore, Oct. Ifc -The Republicans
opened tlielr campaign in this elt> to-'
nlghl with a roeyrd-bl calling mass- |
meeting ai .Musi.- Mail. TU? Btar ai
ti action were ex-Coiigressinah John \.
L. Kludtuy. who repi-cm-nted t i?? ? Koui-th
Maryland dlstrlcl um a Deinocrat, anil
Theodore Roosevelt, the Ni ? York l*o
lieo Commissioner 'i h.-. ma.:.- brllltaiii
speeches 11 ml won oiithuslusUcall}
cUi ? io<l. All Hi - Icntllim Republican
candidates n r.- ulsn "ti Iii? stage ami
III:. I? stilTlllH Ullllll : .-.
a number of prominent cIIIkoiis here?
tofore considered war horses of Demo?
craey, wri.nspicuous in cholci scats
am! manifested deep hiteri ;t in tin
proceedings They nave Mr. I loose volt
ailll hi:' views m lair elections a wann
reception. 'I'll., i.IIiik v.as cleverly
lldvi i'llscd as i protest ami an appeal, ..
protest against political curruptioit anil
fraudulent elections unit an ai>i"al
all goi ! ?Rixens i.. encom-uge hotter
methods in State ami municipal govi rn
iii. ni. Thor? wa? u ureal nu n inn nf
Kol.ii i niaiiy i>f them being of the
gentler sex. In poiui 01 numbers ami
enthusiasm the assembly was far In
moo ul any similar dcuo'mliintlon
i" hi in Italtlnmri in recent \. ... --?
Tin M lisle Mali with a s.'ating eapii
< ily a aim..st 1.000, was jilli.il anil the
uiMos packed hall an hour before tin.
in. etlnt ? as i all-.I i.let',
Overflow i.>tlngs were ndilrei-sed hy
leatliei lunged orolora Oienornl Keils
Agnus presided ..\.-, ih. i.i.n.i nodv
Holl. Lloyd I...nil.Us. Republican can?
didate lor Clovornor; Many M. Cla
haugh, Robot! I', lirahani. and Alcacii?
1 ? r c a nil Ida t ( ?. ?pect;. >lv At
lornc> ??? ::? ral, 1 miiptiolhr. and Mu> ?
or, kepi ti.. Immense crowd In a u.i
huinoi ivitii shori addresses, while it
waited for the lar pcrforuior.-t. Mr
ItOOl ..ill - Uihlii 1 : -.. a.-. I\ (j|\ ell
thai obtained wheii ho . itti red ihn Slew
v..11. poiloi department, and the lin
11.- puhl his rospi-i m in Senator liorhutti
CAPTAIN 0I: THE ALENE TALKS
huis UK *'??>?iel IViin I'lreil I |imi n.? a
Spatlioll (ill 11 boil I.
Quaiiintlm-. s. I . 1 ?et 15 1 'aptain
Sehlei-K. Hi.- Atlas 1 .in.- sieann-r
.Mill.-, was hoi in- 111. -I 1.. tall, lillillt
tli.- report that 1:- ?loaim-1 had i.n
llr..l '?n by a Spanish K'unboat ??!!'
1 ape Maysl -.a lii> Olli? aid I i;. lie
of September ?Stli. when imismIiii; i?ape
Mas ;. a shori distan,-,. riyni the pluee
when the Ainerloan uli-uiuer Alli:iiicn
hud a sltnlhir cxporlein-o, he sighted a
Spanish gunbnai head In- lowatd him
Tin Ueno was steering hoi custi-nuir}
ooinse and was nlY ('apo Mhjh light,
n bull i tliree miles li-..in i he shore, vyiien
a! .ai t?.i miles lorthei mi ho was
iiuipi'iseil by a shot from a war vessel,
which was Hrod in his direction. This
Shot wus followed itwo olln i -. in
iiulc'k sucoesslun, Captain Seldei-i Im
.in li.it.-l> st.ipp. d his vesel and sol
. are:, asking ulial >\as want d The
M-a. also had all her usual colors
ilylns at tjin.-. .\.. answer was iTiud.
by tie unboat vyliieh soon after steam
ed away. Caplalu Solders reporled the
im-idenl 1.1 his agents and ti>,- Urltl.-h
iitithoritles Captain Solders euunot <\c*
<-..unt for the strange actton of ti.
Spanish hnvnl oHloer as h<> was proo -oil
iuc (lirbiigh ih.- windward passage
v.- It ich all .a the sleamers of his lim?
it r< ctectistoiueil lo use on freiiueiil < e
onsiotis. II.- i- unable to kIvc tin- ;? uhe
of llie gunboat.
Wan Nlie a lliifol 1..( %'lellm. I
Dphver, Col., <>m i". -More missing
victims .a the tlumi-.v hotel horiot
may be added to the list of dead. A
Slxleenlh street jeweler has a lady's
watch, hi 1 for repairs on the da\
in-ecediug the ? xploslon The address
given was "Mrs. A (Srnydon, (iutniy
ilotel;" I'ln- Witt? h ha- remained iin
fiilled tm. Tie- hotel register glveH the
nine.- i.i' Alexander C.raydon, Indian
npolls, under tin- date of Atieusi 12th,
si.v days before Hi.- tire. W.. n the
lady lofl tin- wai.h she stated thai
she was P. leave the city in a few days
Inquiries have been sen! to liullHnapo
lis I,, clear up tin- mailer. There las
always remained a doubl whether nil
tii.- victims had heeti accounted for.
Ho lirouglil on IIIn oii-ii Itentli.
Nnshvllle, T?-iin.. int. in.?Ktigene
fanner, a negro living near Manchester,
in Coffeti county, was called mit from
his cahiri last ni-^iit ii\- a crowd of whlni
men and shoi i" tlonih, lie was
charged with having a young white
gill, named Daisy Coyehihd at his
f..an.-. The girl is an urnhan ami half
wilted, it is though) dial tie- inten?
tion ..l tie- crowd was t.i whip V'inner,
but that he was d.-Haut ami threaten?
ing und thereby brought on his death.
Tlit'j Meet in Allmitii ami IHsciisn
?"Matters <>t (?renl Importance.
Atluntu, Oct. IG, -The American
Bankers' Association hi twenty-first ah
? mal session, met in tin' Grund Oliera
il.nis. thin morning >>t 10 o'clock. The
uudttorium was tilled with the members
of the association, while Ihe executive
council occupied seats on the staue
rii - ludlcs occupied tli.- boxes. At 10:30
President Odcll formally opened the
Prayci was offered by KoS R. H. I'tui
nett, ? ??' this city.
Mayor King welcomed Ike associa?
tion .to Atlanta.
? Hi account of I In- illness i.l Oov. At
ktnson. who was expected to welcome I
Mi - Lank, i s to the State >>t Georglu
iMuyoi Khig spoke fot him.
'; Otmby Jordan, presld? nt -.t the
Georgia Bankers' Association, welcom?
ed th. ussot latlon on behull "i the 1 n
The president of |thc asscj-latloi.4.
John I*. Odcll, ..i (Chicago, in hi.-- annual
address, discussed questions of vital
Importance to tin- convention. His tvas
given the closest attention. His speech
was <>ne of ilie features of the session
The next hall' Hour wus devoted t"
routine business, several reports b< Ing
read1 anil a.looted
Kx-Oovi VV. R. Merrium, president ..t
the Merchants' National Bank, >.i SI
I 'mil. del I vcri .1 n address on "The Cur
i. n. \ >.i i he Twentieth Century."
Ai lite close ol Mr. M.-iiiams address.
Mr. St. John, of New Voi-k City, arose:
ami asked for the privilege ?>f repl; Ing
to the argil.nt ,.i Mr. Mcfrlam. He
was granted the privilege ami was
plai >.il on lie piogrammc roi'Thursd >?? .
session He will speak In behalt . i
Alter an address by Mr William N
khawit, president of tie National Bank
of th.- Republic. Phllatlclphla, en the
siii j* i t. ? 'riie utilization of lawful
money reserves through bank clearing
houses in relieving monetary stringency
an.I preventing panics," Hi convention
adjourned t.> meet again to-morrow at
FARMERS NATIONAL CONGRF.SS.
>lr. U'liiilby Sit .vs I he ltcpoi-1 ? >! \?
Icrdliy *? Meeting \\ a*. I.rrimeoiiv.
Atlanta. ' ;u . < let 1". Mi \\ I '
Whldboe, one of the assistant ? ? . i ? ?
t a lies nl the Furniers' Agricultural
Congress, says that by mistake tlx reso
lutinuH on In.- desk yeatferduy were lin
proporly Indexed und that the report
..i yesterday h action was slightly cr
'.?i.i- though tie- convention deelan
heartily ami by an overwhelming ma?
jority in favor of tin li.-.- ami ini
lilliiti .1 coIiki - ? "i both sll\. r ami feold.
The memheri to-day were very much1
v. xvd by the rorepl v. hi< l| hud bei n
published, that they hud taken tidversi
aiiion in regard to silver ami state
that their action has been grossly mis?
represented, the resolution they adopted
HOI having I.n published by those .?!'
whose report they complain
Mlljor Wlil.ll.> .o.k.; thai th.i
rCclloh h. ma.I,- ami says that in Jus?
tice i.i U.e Congress, It should be pu?
derst.I that their dc<-liirOtloil iVltS
clearly ami liheiiulvocully in fiiVoi rif
lie., ami unlimited coinage,
II.- following i- :l.e resolution; as
idoptcd in mil ami by an overwhelm?
ing maj.'i lt> :
Resolved, Thai we favor tin n.,
.ml unlimited coinage ..i <hoth silver
mid gold at an agreed rail... guarded
b> an Import duty upon foreign bul?
lion ami foreign coin enunl in the .Iii'-!
i' leine between the bullion vultii and'
the coinage vain.- th.- metal at the
? late ..i Importation, whenever the bul?
lion tillUe of Hie metal is less than its
Mothers' mill Children** liny '.i I'he
Atlanta. On., Oct. 15.?Mrs, hniily
Hunt Miller, of Illinois. Dean ol tin
Northwestern Pniversitv. at Kvuus
loll, delivered an address to-0aj
?In- Woman's building:, this being
"Mothers' ami Children's I>ay." iler
subject was, "Home and llomenlak
i\irs. Sarah Cooper, of San Francisco,
spoke "Ii tin- Kindergarten mil it- re?
lation t.i Imltisti ial edu< a: i >n
Mi i'....i ? i Is tin- head ..I the K 1: .? i
i,;:: t. ii system of California Th lead
Ing (bought i.f her address was. ' Oh .? a
Papers Were also read ft. Mm Km
ll> l':i?liop, of Washington, on Oelaart,
b> Mrs Rachel K?ster A v. iy, on
"MotherM and Her School," ami by
Mrs William King, el Ceorglu. en
"Mothers and < hildren"; Miss Mary i.
Garrett, <?! Philadelphia, gave a 1. .
tare on I he training of Pal mutes and
Illustrated her talk bv demonstrations
by (en mutes brought here fr no Phila?
delphia. She explained the method <?:'
teaching mutes thrmiyh th. eyes, in
stead of by signs. Mrs Antrim, of Phil?
adelphia, spoke mi physical beiuty.
I'uriikcr ChiilleiigeH Itrlre.
P.lltOII, ' ? . (Jet. 15. Kx-( I..o I ii. T
Poraket openly challahgcd Kennt
lit ice,a any of his followers this after?
noon 10 a Joint debate to he held at any
place and at any time. The reilsdu foi
Ibis is en account <?!' the editorial In a
morning paper entitled "Where Is
BriCe" Poraker answered that he |
knew that he dl.i not have le ad or hair
lik.- Uri. ?-. hut In- iii.l have his "political
convictions,' ami that it there war
representative ol thai paper in tin- ?,
diene, p.- wattled him t.. state lo thai
paper that In was ready at any Urn.
for a Joint debate, where In- would
answ.r all of Price's questions, ami
then la- WOUld have seine 10 ask BrlCC.
('nilnot ite-i-i Hie liisrtigeuIs.
Bombay, Oel 15 The Portuguese of?
ficials in (Ion, Unding themselves unable
t.? resist successful tin- strength ..i the
Insurgents, have offered the mutineers
unconditional am nest 5 ami immunity
from any future penalty for thcli recent
revolt on condition that the> disarm lo
IN THE NAME OF JESUS
Ex-Governor Prince Wanted j tW Name ol
Jesus Restored tu Its Proper Form.
THE EPISCOPALIANS STILL IN SESSION.
A (111til nl OverTlli-cc llitiitlrcd < li'it* -
in,'ti In Hu- 4 Imri'll. unit llii' I'mii
? itiiii ii nnIs l:a,<- Iin i c.i-.cil in ill.
(?rent Nllllll.IT III SI\!>.S( llll
\M inn. upolis, Out t:. Tin- liist hnsl
in ol the morning session of the Kpls
< opal OonveutlAi uns a report on the
KenernI theological seminary b> Dr.
Littel), chairman of the committee on
thai institution, 'i'ln report concluded
with a set oi resi lutloiis, endorsing Ihe
work ?it' tin- school ami recommending
an amend incut to tin- general constitu?
tion of tin- seminary, whereby tin- got
eminent of Ihe school l->- vested in a
board of trustees, to !>?? appointed by
this convention, ami settling bthei <i>
vails ,?!' the seminary,
Dr. Littel! explained that his resolu?
tions were lo provide for the slmplica?
tion of tin- government of seminary
ami was recomuiended bj the committee
litter full exiimhiKtl.t the riKpilrc
litciits ami needs .>t' tin- institution.
Tin- resolutions were adopted
in- Prall, of Michigan, otTercd a re ? ?
lilt ion, which wttk uiloptcil. directing the
Oummlttee on lOxpeuses ti> consider the
propriety ..i setting aside .- dollars
for the use of the Bishops having Charge
of ii.?? American Church in t?uropi \
resolution was also adopted providing
for tin- appointment of a committee
alt. ml tin- next meeting of the Synod
Kx-Gov. Prince, or New Mexico, offer?
ed a resolution providing that tin- name
..I" inn Lord Jesus shall he restored in
iis proper forin In the hymnal He
wanted tin- name of Jesus in its plain
simple, form firm, 'i'ln- resolution went
up on ib.- calendar.
Dr. I iini'an ol Louisiana, from th
'ommilti.i Ha- Slat, of tin- Church.
asked have to submit his report mit ol
the order. Th,- reouest was grunted
in.I th.- report was read at length ....-i,
Showed more than JSS.IKHI.OOU raised and
expended b> tin- American Chin h for
,m ptit'poses during the oast three years
There is a gain of over three huiulred
in ib.- number of clemvmiin in- Ihe
Church during tin p? t three yeat
'Iii-- Increase in (vnnmunlcants is. more
than lo.iHki greater thtin three yedi'i
a.. Increase of mori than la per
? eit. Against this tinie has been
..n increase <>i only 7 pet cent, in thi
clergy. There is a great demand foi a
lar".? i expenditure lor tin- stipends >?'
the clergy 'tin- parishes have In?
ert as ? i ", ??! !< p.-, cent.
i: i Mi. Moon, of Wes.l MIssouH. of
lei -.1 .. resolution, asking the Commit
peilleiic) of publishing in pamphlet
r.n ii. Hn- report >?? tin Commlttci on
i In Stute of the i iitircii
In Hodges asked leave to inn...la,.
Ihe report of th. Committee on Canti?
cles ami Psalter Leave wu* gnu.ied
uiid the i. poll was iead The work of
i in- committee was coulirtm I and the
commit tee \,as continued]
a resolution war received from ih<
il'.n.. of Blshons making Norjhcrh
Minnesota a nilsslonaiN district until all
circumstances can be inijuircd int.. ami
Ii was voted to adjourn tie Houi nt
I-J O'clock 'r ursday lo reoolvi report of
the Christian Kducatlon hi joint coven
f Ion with tip lions.- ..r Bishops. Mi
Morgan, of New York, moved thai tin
i '? .miiiit l.. ..ri Itules !?? rennest c<) lo lie
ti.m on the Hoor of thi House i l II
printed matt, i which has not received
Hi.- i.'iidoisemeni of tin president
beeil ordeied circulatetl by the House.
Ur, Hoffman ciilletl for I hi.ler .-1 '
Then recognizing from th. experl
futility ..I any flirt her r-fl . i to i >m
lor He n act ion. the l|< us.- ..i I >. pull,
bj an almost unanimous vote, :? kli
to i'ii tin entile matter to a special
committee of its ..w n members with in?
structions to report ai ih. tii.Mi.ii
convention at Washington Hi IMHi. The
i.-st ballot upon tin- proposition to
shelve was 1^7 t.. :??>. jess than one-half
<>r ihe delegates beim: in their scats,
hut later, when 'he Hon.-.- had I.
Illleil in- ami it w..s i.in a-, the sub
voices were heard In tin negative and
with a : Igh ??! ?. lief, Sei returj Hub lilus
laid aside t in i .port
By general consent article I. ??! the
constitution, which provides for the
establishment of what is known a: n.
provincial system." was exempted from |
the Immediate operation of Hie resolu?
tion in order that the delegates might
avail themselves of Hie opportunity of
putting themselves on record eon, ein
ine Ihis innovation.
Debate was Inaugurated at the after?
noon keslon ami continued until ad?
journment, some outspoken language
being occasionally indulged in.
A message from ihe H<-hh.- ol Bishops |
announced the appointment of these
bishops members of the Committee on
ICeelosiaslleal Relations: Tin Bishops
..i Wcs.it N?w Vok. Ixing Island,
Central New York, Iowa, Springfield,
Delaware. Bond Im I.a,-. Mlcli,. and the
Co-ii.ijtttor Bishops oi Bprlngiiehl. Tin
House approvi ihe appointments
Th.- II... ..I Bishops this afternoon
decided f. eject Alaska into a mis?
sionary Jurisdiction and to proceed at
om to lie- tie initiation of a Presbyter
to ti.- elected bishop,
It is dillicull to figure out how Cuba
could in- annexed to Chicago, bill w?
hav. .loubt that Hn- Inhabitants of
that enterprising city could be trutjtt I
to discover some means of effect tug auch
a purpose, suys tin- Milwaukee Senti?
NOTES OF NATIONAL INTEREST
'?'lit- Hum lintliiMllii Ttie Kfnul'nrsil
? list- : in- ttlnuln Jnr.v ??! Iwnrrt.
Washington, Ooti 10 Arrangements
are Indue made lit llu Navy Popnl'l
na m for tin- Irlul U ill the ram Kal
ithdiu, designed b; lloui \dinlriil Dim
l?l Aminen. Owing lo the 11 i trip ?>t"
ilii- Indiana. howcvot the department
will i..- unable lu It ? off lite < niii-ite
wit hunt Home delay, and n is not |lkol>
thai the trial will be made before Ihe
week nfler next. Tin eoiii'He will be
seventeen nautical miles on Long Is
land sound off N< w London, Conn.
At torney-Clonei'iil llartnoti bus in
struct cd Special Assistant United Slates
District Attorney McKlsstek, of San
l-'ranolseo, Cul., In charge ol the <i"\
criiiuent's Interests In the ens.- nf tin'
laii- cx-Scnittor Lelaiid Stanford, re?
cently deeliled ndvorsolj to the United
Slues by the Supreme Court of i'ull
fOrnla, to perfeel .mi appeal as rapidly
as possible, and enrr> tin case up t" the
I'tllteil Stat. H Hupn me Court.
A ttorney-< leneral Harmon will ask
the nutted Si at.-:; Hupn nie Court to ad?
vance tin- Stanford 'use oh the docket
The following natu d gentlemen, inem
l.if Ha Jury "i nw ird ol the Atlanta
n.vjms-dtloti, |ef| \\ iishliiglon i It the
Southern railway's ICxposUioh llyer this
evening for Atlanta
Ceti. Henry L. Abbott, United Statei
Kngiticcr; Pud. Simon Nowooinb, I", s.
N . .lohn Hlrkribluc, es president So?
ciety Mining tCnglncoi . I'roi .1 N. Ilol
llns. Harvard University lion <; <:
ItnbbUrd, Washington; Prof Charles u
Crosi Hotson; Mr 'l'homas X fJly,
I'ittsburg; Mi ileiirj M Hurd, Haiti
niore; Commotion .lewoll, 1! S, \
'Ih..inns Nelson I?:<??? Itlcltnioud; I'tof.
I:. II Thurstoti. Cornell University; .1
10. Watklns, United Stute? Nat I .1
Museum l>i II. Hits New Vork.
Secretary Carlisle to la-, rendered ait
adverse decision touching the npplicu
ihm for an Ainorli 111 registry for the
ttrifisti steamer Southery. This re I
was wrecked ..nisi.:, the limit! of the
llniteti States some months am. and
brought Into an American port a mi n
paired, Application win mud. to ihe
Tn isurj Department t.. permit the
Southery to !>?? regli let Im ..1. Ai ict.
can vessel, heeaust ? 1 lie extent ol llie
1 "paii ?? mad
Section 4i;i0, revised statutes, gives
this discretion to the Sebretar> ol llie
Treasury to issue an American resistrv
In the case or "any vessel built in a for.
??luii coiiiitry. wVicncvci such vessel
1 :.n be wrecked in the United Stan .
ami shall he put eha.se.I am! repaired bj
a cltlxi 11 m' tin- Unit, j States, .1 i< shall
In proved I ? the isatJsfu ? ? ??< ..1 tin- s.
r? tary thai tic rcimiis :.tiuttl !??
three-f'iut ths of the original cost of the
This vessel, having 1? ? ti wrecked out
sidt tin- I 'mi. d Stan :.. Secretary Car?
lisle declined t.. ext< i t '.? Ti >ai .11 v
I regulations : . as t.i ptiinil .in Atrierl
can registry ICx-Clov. llusacil, of Mas
snohuscus, appeared foi ih npplicaiit>
ami ex-Seuui liutitiin ? mi .1 1 'imp.
I'm ib.- hair month ??! Octolier ihe
receipts ui tlie Treasury have been H;i.
TM XXi and tl.?- expenditures $22.721,000
making Ih" net il. lb it lor tin- hall
in. nib SH.IMii'.',' 'I'la deiloll for th"
fiscal year t.- dale la $10 ?<?- :i2fi The de
belt forth" month will inohabl?. i?- re?
duced, at Its "Ins.-. to S>fi.0U(),000 ami foi
the fiscal year, at tin- closi oi October,
t.i ItS.Dii,. nun
Treasury paid mil in the gold In
redeeming United States jiotcH.
'the rllllMlslei'i'llit Sil
Itulelgh, X t'.. 1 let. r
Marshal Carroll teli gr:
!? : a hi! arrangeiiic:
niade for a full heurli
St \ mi 1:1 ties: I Ui Ida,} ?
1 riilt4 I States vs. t he a
ing stctuiici ' louuhodoi
at Wilmington This
1 ! I thai tie > have a
L'oiumodoro tvhS not p
?land al Ihe lust hi ,
that bet ween 1 he time
the rescliuirc 1 he cup
leave Wilmington wit
in- .lid noi appear t.i >
sympathy ol all id' tl
In ti-cillfiil Al llie : ni),1 ,? StinK
David llolllihiy lost control of his en?
gine while lowering ten men Into llie
violently at the bottom of tin diaft find
ila- men were thrown about like slaWfj
1.. bruised aiid hurt iuicruulh and lloh
iit Davis was seriousl.v ami perhaps
in'.illy injured All of n.liOri iv^re
bruised and cut The ascending en
rlag ? in th.- shaft lore through the top
of ni" hand hose ami did considerably
dai iag< Holllday had ttn same kli il
(.1 a mishap at tin- South Wlikesha
shall a year ago.
Ilrlilge KullilerM Killed unit li'.'n .it
ItL'TTIO, Ml INT., 1 ?1 : I i .loin Mc
Va|-rish, foretnaii of a ganu "i Northern !
I'ucltlc bridge builders was instantly
killed las?, nicht and John 11 :im Joe
Abrahams, and Dan Harrison :?? se?
riously Injured that ihej liave since
dleil. Tb" men engaged were rebuilt!
im: a burned trestle eight hi lies north
1.1 Unite ami were hoisting a hlg tim?
ber !<? position above them when it
became loosened anil :.. 11111 yr knocked
tin- four imii <<h th" trestle down sixty
feel among rocks McVarnish was In?
stantly killed. Harrison and \i>ra
hains never regained consciousness,
ami died this morning. Holmes died
this e\ citing.
The People at Hot Springs Think Fiizsim
moris Is tubing Confluence in Himself.
C0I1BETT IS IN HIS NEW QUARTERS
(illV. CIlll'Uc'S l>< lei IIIIIICll tllllllltc
Has Inlcnsiu. at Hn- 2 vi-ilcnieui
II.. I I,m i.tu %llil?>?I?. In Session
Hurl In Julian's l*ru|??slt ion In
May in- vt tilers.
I i"t spi Ings, \) i, i ?et i". \V hen
(Inventor Oliti'ke'H warlike (ulk readied
In re t hlH inoi mm It .? ??.I to Inten
slfy th existing excitement l'ru|inra
thins ure in progress In have Ihe
i'.<>rhett-Pitya tmnn.n: huittci brought
llltti th>' ?..nils ai Hi. I'llllii'Ht possible
in. in.hi Corbet I arrlveil at riot
Springs to-night withhli burly, instead
>>t lo morrow us aniuiuneed lie did
nut ...in.' Int.. tli" elt> bill got off the
train at tin- Sprint- l.uki slutlOU, and
weht directly t" his training iinartei
about hair n mile distant Horbell will
go Into trulnlng to-morrow in his
new iiunrters. There will be a meeting
Of Hi. Plorldn Athletic Cltlb at Ihe At
liugtoii tint. I this evening with Ihe loeul
committees ami th. attorneys cmpln)
oil At that meeting mil h, decided
what steps shall he lukeii
Mayot Wat.i is in receipt <-t" the
Curpiis Christi, Tex., < >? t in, ISlm,
\\ IV. Wat.-is
It. i.a.- I h'iisi- here with PKxsliiunonN
you must deposit with sonic responsible
party I'hoUgh money In cash lo defray
expenses for any ami all legal .11111. nl
t les t ha i ma > a I Is.-.
We hn \ e been u at in i bj i he f iovei'
Itoi und don't propose lo tak. any
(Signed! M A I IT I N JULIAN
I'eopi here ure commenting on the
peculiar behavior ol PltxHliiiinnns. He
wired In-i.-. ami demanded bids for tin
privilege >>i i.pie giving him I'reo
?luarters ami paying a bonus besides.
He received no proposition, ami nflei
being guaranteed prnlectlnu lignlnsi
arrest or Interference of any kind bj
tin- mayor ami proinlneul citizens of
tills >n\ In- now wants ihe money
deposited it tin hank t.. secure him
nguinsi all loss, etO People I.
think that Pltzslmmons i-- losing con
lllleuce In himself, ami as tin- contest
deslt'? hi help it along,
Uniting il Marin ii iti.ii..
1,111 le Uock, Ark . < ?? I Pi ?Uiigadlor
Cen. rat ?I forge P, Taj I.i i lie Ai'
(-.,:' state fSiuird, was in consulta?
tion Hi In morning with iSncrnor Clurkn
ami several othci gentlemen relative tu
tin- proposed prize night in Hot Springs.
The lodgment of the emit, rciiei was in
of - i i that th. light would not be al?
lowed I., lake place In Arkansas with
in Wille.in glOVeS, II tin law - Of 'Hi Of
':>:; at.- inoperative the old jaw of '38
rHch the <! ivernor aim..si unlimited
power, ami under thai tin- entlt Stute
..a.mi mit) !.tilled .ait t" nuppresH
any assemblage which has the sem?
blance ?ii a riot. There will bo no iom
poiizime . ml tlie parlies will be warned
in tin e ... tin- penalty foi bringing oil
th.- light in ilellunce ol tin- law. Hen. -
nil Taylor departed (or Hot Springs
this aft.-: .Ii t.. lull with the promn
ie! ..i tie affair and warn them lie
-.-.HI return lo-morr?w ami on tlie fol?
lowing diiy a procluiiiatloii w ill be Is?
sued forninlly forbidding tin- proposed
mooting This OcherUl Taylor eohll
uent will s,ettle the mutter finally.
; Uxsiiumoiis'I mining.
. ? ? ' i
ip.i gave an exhil?iliou lo-nlglit at
Ihe Iii ll.nl. several hundred men
,,n i v .im >i being present. Munugcr
Julian ha-- hear.I nothing from Ihe
rlul-, and in ih. meantime Pi./., will
Scuii-OHir Inl ( >>iitrreuit.
I lot Springs, Del i i Pugilist < '..i -
hell arrived this morning as did Him
iitlicr-Gencral Taylor, commanding the
Siat.- troops A conference between
<"..ii Taylor, tin- Suite's Attorney and
the citizens committee began tit K p in.
Crowds surround the hotel, where the
ineotlng is being hold.
Itniiiglil in I er ins.
I long K mg Oct l ? Ad\ Ices 11 oni
;-.-i Cheng state thai He deadlock which
hi. . existed in com.linn wli h th" V-.?
n . i.-ii ol Imittiry Into tin- outrages
up' n fiiri Ign mission! has i ml. ?! Hrli
Ish Consul Mnnsdehl has had an m.
lervlew with the Viceroy, at Pnkiei,.
with ih.- result thai the latter agreed
thiil eighteen mori >.i Hie men accus*d
of murdering Ihe missionaries shall In:
executed ...nd thai tie remaining pris
in< i .-hall b- speed 11\ ii nd by a coin
misriou which shall have power t.> lm
post htc death pi n ilty This soltilioii
of th. dlfllculty i- ascribed lo an ulti?
matum which. It is reported, was suit
:?? ti,, Vioeroj h> \ilmlrul Ituller, coni
nninding ih>- Itrltlsli licet live pi whost
vessels an now at Pop Chow.
Vitalis in i or en.
Yokohama,.Oct !?? An Impnriul ordi?
nance has been issued, prohibiting
Japanese subjects from visiting
f'nroa withnit special permission. Ad?
vices 111 aii Seoul stale l hat in the mi.1st
of ib.- confusion >>i tin- recent nntl-re
foi'ni attack upon tin- palace a number
i.f th.- rioter* forcibly entered a bed
I., "in ami murdered three women
whom they found there <>m- ol llieni
I-, supposed t" have been tie- Queen
1 urn Legislature I'ishl in Vletsn
Attxandrla. Va., Oct. ! ? i'ln- Legis?
lative convehtlcm which ha-- i..-.-n in
session sine- Saturday morning, liar,
adjourned sine die Wthotll making ?liy
nomination. There are now ten caridl
.l?t,s in tin- Held, tin ihe last ballot
taken before adjournment Andrew
I'pscomh received 1,127 votes, being
. . .;...i i cf u nomination.
RICHMOND MURDERER CAPTURED
William lump, ihr sinter <>i Msrj
Ito.Vll, 4'it null I I" ItoNlon.
I los Ion, Ocl. IB William Kemp, u
youiig uoi..I lail, lialllne from Rich?
mond, Va . was urn ded in this <-ii v
lust lilghl I m lit- alleged murder in
Ktrhinniid of Nlxoy lloyd When lakcn
!?> licudo,nnrtors he gave tin- name of
tJcorgy Kilo;, ami positively denied
Ihdl li<' was Wlllhitit Kemp Aftet a
night Iii a t'ell ihe Kemp boy weakened
ami ilils morning admitted thai Ids
?Hinte was William A Kctnp, ami ku Id
In-would willingly return without icq
iilsltlon papem, The lad s story of (be
shooting Is thai mi Ihe evening ol Alt
gust HOtli lloyd and hltnscll ami several
oilier hoys went lo it church lawn party
i in their way home, uboul 10:45, Moyil
I., lain I" plague lltlll, and Im (Kemp)
tan iiway. Roy Chased him wlih
others, and lie drew the revolver rrom
Id i.kel simply tm the purimse of
11 it-Itt? ?nine Ihe other lad.' . ha\il\g ab
iiolutcly iiu Intention to Bhool or Kill
lloyd in taking ii on wUJi his pit
lianti It wem oh*, and tin- bullet striiek
Itnyd Kemp chtlins thai he saw lloyd
lull, hut that In- had no lilcu that he
whs fatally injured Kemp says Unit
l,i started t-? wulk away, when lie
hen ni some of i hose in i he i rov rl
Hint had ci IL ? led ? i \ out " < IlUell
llllil," and In- tllOll inn away as last as
In- i-aiild. 11.- l! a' . II. I .ai '.."i Iii a
piuct named Roswell, where he look n
train t" Washington, and fi.au Hier?
. i" M?sloh
A telegrum wan received from It K
Unwind. Chief uf Police <>f Richmond,
Va., at I?.In. Iiendimarlers Ulis tiftei
ma i. asking chiet Watts !?> detain
Kemp until ai rival of an olllcet m ho v ill
leave Richmond to-nlghl
FIXING THE FREIGHT RATES,
run ItallruiHlH nml 4'lyile Iteluseil to
NigM Hie Xtt ri'i iiH-iil.
New Vork, bet. !?? 'lie new agree
lie ui living ih" frelnht rates on th"
Southern railroads was effected at llie
tncetijig lo-iluy Uj reprOoenttillvi i ?:'
all Hm Hind- of tin' Smith and leading
i.i a in ins. 'tin meeting was hihi be?
hind elo ? ?! doei s and tin debate on
th" new agreement whs continued until
I.it. tin ait.-.in Messrs. Scott, m
He- I icin g hi mad. Clvdi <?: Ihe Clyde
Steamship Line, and Cnrsous, of the
South Carolina ami ?h-m-in road, r.
tu ..i id sign He ugreeiiienl In the
inierefcts of harmony a committee wa.
tijipoiiited in meet the three objectors,
I.ill alii i a session ItlStlhg IWI| hums.
ti>. commit lee hud t.i odiourn, huviug
accomplished little or notliutk. The
i'oiumiltee was composed of Samuel
Spencer, Henry Fink, K, St, John, It.
(I Irving and O. Al, IChierson, The com?
mittee reported to tin- convention that
it would hold another session to-morrow
iiiorulug ami lie- convention adjourned
'I'Ik- DnrrniH l ese.
San Francisco, int. 15, When Hie
(iiiii.in' case was culled to-day flen.
Id. kluson asked for a continuance until
Monday hext, stating that .Mr. Duprey
wni I"" ill l?. appeal in court, Judge
Murphy granted th" continuance, slat?
ing that It was the last one that would
Judge Murphy said that ns il wa.
virtually admitted thai Duprey was
itn; leading counsel In the case ami his
Merlons illness was miliareni, ? woulfl
I., a hardship in th" defendant ma to
havt linn present.He disliked t.. have
any delay lie knew Lhal the jurymen
Wer?.' ! uin ring in health ami business.
He s.ihi ii.- would grant a continuance,
hut ii would ii" tin last line. Durrnut'i
otle i counsel would have lo prepare
themselves ??? go ahead without Du
pri y I...ui.i lie (lot h" ready. 1
Judge Murphy suggested thai the wit-1
ness I. nlhan should >?? disposed of be
foie He adjournment. Dickinson .-aid
i ? hud ii it come prepared (o exainltu
him ami Mi" motion for continuance
was granted tililll Monday morning l;
will probably icq it I re three weekii to H??
lst th" 'iis.
The PillMliuru iMIieial Neu mini.
Pitlshtirg. Pa'., i >? t 15. Since the ar?
rest and liberation mi bail of W. C
Moreland ami in- assistant, W Ii.
House, iiu- fever of ptihln interest in
th.- scandal bus shown .-i ns ol abate
liieni 'i iu- new City Attorney, Clarence
Hull. ml:, was present when Messrs.
Morelund ami House surrendered pos?
session .a their olllce in tin city build?
ing This morning .Mi Burlvlgh Pled
Ids bind with tin- cliy Controller ami
this afteriioon wa- sworn into nfllce
by Mgyor McKciina. After ilint Mr.
Hui b iah ami Controller liourley held a
coiistiltutloii, outlining an ordinance t->
I., presented lo councils providing
ilia' liereariet ail moneys will go db
re< i i ? 11.nice nf tin- city treasury, in?
stead "i into Hi.- City Attorneys oflice.
in short, tie- business of th.- City Attor?
neys oillce win p.- thoroughly re
organized and nn monev will puss
through llu.t channel.
\ Prohnhtc Judge I vneli Vlelliii,
Mmphis, Tonil., Oct. 1". Jeff I.his.
ihe iicgiii win. was captured last night
and who is how "ii r'e.itt tc. Krarti n
renn., where Im assaulted i young
white girl, has confessed mis crime ami
i also iiu- assault and murder of Mrs,
\\ ileox. whose husband afterwards be.
CUnic iii-aii" and died in a lunatic nsy
bun. II. also confessed ;m ait.pi tn
ussnUlt a young ^iii whlie escaping lino
Mississippi Kills will I Hid at Iliad, ii
at uightfail, am! II is biObabll Ihrtt
he .?. ill be ly uclied
Horrible Menth ol a l.iilie (.ni,
ishpemlng, Mich.. Oct. 15. Tin r.
malus ni tim 1-year-old daughter of
Ailolph l.ufrenler, who mysteriously
disappeared last June, were found t"
? lay in tin- unused attic nf tin building
over a store In the centre of th" city,
where the fumlly lived. She had climb?
ed in tin- room and slowly starved to
death, her cries being unheard by her
distracted patents. When she disap?
peared several bundled citizens search?
ed tin < Ity and suburbs for her.
THE AMERICA'S CUP
The Committee Has Formally Notified Mr.
Charles Day Rose of Their Appointment.
WILL A NEW YACHT BE BUILT?
iclitsiucu Have 1 nil It in I lie Ability
? >l Hn llclciutci- To Hui-.cssTiilly
? iintril Hie 4'up tuniiiNl \ll Comers)
I he Dai's ami ??<?! ni Ih Toll.' S et?
il.il Wltcn n Ki'iii.t is Kecelvcd.
N< \. Vork. Oet. ir.. -The America's SB
?'nn ?'nmmlllee remained in session a- -A
New Yoi ^ Vneht Club-houso until
.!!?> nildni;hl last night, i'lmy drew m
i|i a letter n. Mr. I'hurPM Day Hose, ot 3
be liuyal ?ietorie V e in (.'lull. I'oriBal- I
l\ n-.tir\-lnr him "i tlmlr upp dntmont. >
giving him the name.' of the committee B
ml stating that full power has been .i
i >n them I.;, the club in ronfer with Nj
him and make arrangetm ills and con- ?
illliou for He- ran -. The letter con- 3g
lime. He cablegrams s-'iit by Secretary
ddie, ... He New Veil; Club, to .Mr.
in ? ami ? ?? Hei .in. of the Royal
Victoria Vach! dan last vlght. Th/?
er was mail.cl to-day When a rc
pl> leceived from Mr. Hose the com?
mittee will hold another meeting and
kmu He details Cm tie races and
the j.roi able dates v.-ill Ins settled.
'I hi i... i>point in n. of ti...1111111(166
whli i. 11 is hail barge . . tn ? Defender- r
Vulkyrii races is consid.I u i'tronip
endorsement of Hn I: coiir??. throughout a
she recent races Ma., other men lieen m
nan etl on Ihe committee appointed last
>l| i ? ll weald hav riven the British m
rlllcs in oppnrtunit: t.> ray the club ":
11 -. 11 - - i i'. endorse th .! I committee and B
thai Hunraveu was rigln h withdraw- ]
Ing 11.-ni the race.
Thorn If. as yet. lit.I. '...It ?>* buildlnff
a i. v ioat i.. meei Mr Hose's Distant . ?
Shot. Vnchlmee hen suv lihit the Do- 81
fender is a hotter boat limn the eng?
lishmen .an build In three years and
that lie cup is saf. il left to her. The 8]
ti .I thai ihre,- h...ais are to he built.
He nthet side and the best one sent
re does m.i disconcert these yachta?
tin a ai all. In split .1 ihis talk it would
not he ai all surprising it Mr. W. K. :
i ndet hdi. Mr. < :?? a .1. i iould. or
a. other wen I.I hy meinbei of the New
v..i ? v.o hi <Mui. should come forward
and hlllld a boul on lilt own account.
Tili- ACCEPTANCE CABLED TO
Hyde, Isl. oi Wight. Oct. !?".?The
rtoynl Victoria Yacht Club has re
el ? . cablegram from the Secretary
oi the N'.-w Vork Yacht Club accepting (
I th challenge tor the America's cup. 1b
ktied I.-. Mr. ?'Ii,ihs D. Rose, through
tin Uoyal Victoria Club and giving
notice ihat a committee has been ap?
point ell i., arrange tin- conditions of
I he eonlCSt.
The Killing <>I C'oimliible Mosely.
Columbia, s. c. Oct. in.?A ipeclal to
th.- State i ii.ni Greenwood, S. C., says:
The Coroners jury have formed a v'er
?II. t in the case of the kltiing ol Consta?
ble Moscly ami ih. purport of it was
proclaimed to a large crowd on the
square by Porenian O. A C Walter,
fixing Hie crime on Tom Peters, alias
Tom Peterson, a brother of. the Peter?
son lynched at Denmark. Peterson has
confessed lo Hie killing, and while the
jury had a volume ..f Information and
evidence nothing was given out until
tin- lour negroes arrested ware s.ifelv
landed in Abbeville jail, being taken
there last night hy a squad of militia.
The deputy sheriff is here to-night for
witnesses, i'ln- case will go before the
-. land Jury lo-inorrow morning. There
Is no telling what disposition will bo
m i ' ol the ..Hier three. The town Is
quiet awaiting action at Abbeyvllle.
Hi al hoi a I'loiiiiiieiit Mary landev %
Baltimore, Oct. l", Franklin Davis,
of the Franklin Davis Nursery Com-,
puny, died ai his hoim. al Wavely, to?
day II.- had a severe stroke of pivraly-^
; lour ;. ."ins ago, from tin- effects Of
which he never recovered. Franklin
wai born January llth. IS2tf. in Bedford
county. Pa, In early life In- showed a',
great Int. rest and fondness of fruit?
growing and Ire.-ralslng. In 1850 he
went to Virginia and established a nur?
sery business, i'ln- war wiped out his
accumulation of J'.'O.ilOO At the close
hostilities he opened up a nursery <
liusini <s on a In-a- s. alc with the late.1
i' Kent, in Richmond, Va. This ven-,1
til re was very successful. In 1R79 Mr.-'
Davis sold ..in his interest, in the Rlohy*
liioud lirm ami established himself Inf.
Italtlmon Hi- business soon Increased:]
lo enormous proportions and he becamei"
known as one ? the most successful
; men in lh< nursery business in the
ountiy. Nearly 1,000 acres of land ara
in..Id cultivation by the Frunkllt
Da is I'ompanj and the planting of
tre. s counts Up to millions.
Special t rain In Hie Siiitolll i c i
I iirnl I'll I r via \ I la o: ic a nit Hun.
Dm im: the session of the SuffoH
Far, and Aj.-1 imItural Association tr
\i ,.- and I'ant ill.- railway will r?r
ial train from Norfolk lo the Fal
liroimds on October lath. Pith, Iff
and iSth, leaving Norfolk (foot or'
i,i street 1 at 11 a m., arriving at .
fail ilroiinds al ll'i"! p. m. Retur
'. ... Fair i'.rounds at ,.:::<> p. m. V&i
! us..! 1111- i in ludim; admission |
U?. Fulr Grnundsi. $1 la The Atlaf
and Danville is tin- only line reacr
the Fair iirounds direct.
WM. II TAYLOR,
.h a. i.,I l'nssimgor Agei '
Von est I'.ll'eels in \ ultimo NilUs
I .n'.i.i values in Silks and Or
?',.. .<ls. Fai" v weaves In black and e
i Dress i.tls all wool, from
to $i.r.o. [J
N. ah as In wool Plaids, from 1
New Silks from 2f.c. to $2.50 a
("nil ami uavo mi m y.
It. A. BAUNDK