nrfc.inlzHtlon can gol positions. There
facts give ns^ur.incc thnt a formal strike
jiny Continuo for ;i long timo to come.
tor i\lth the toll e?fnplotnfcnt of men em?
ployed those fnr whom there nre not po?
pulous will keep up tho organization nnd
the Stubborn struggle.
The only disorder or ;it1empt<vl violence
reponed fumi ?iij sonico yesterday was
lhe ??tonine of a ?Ar at Eighteenth and
Venablo Btrcols. This waa reported <o
military headquarters by Cnptaln A. W.
Miller's company, St?tlOhSd nt the Oak
wood end of the line. ? ?Ltnclimciif sent
thither to apprehend the stono throwers
found quiet prevailing fttld no sign of
the presence of miscreant?:.
Names of lhe Five Who Went Back c
Work on Yesterday.
At the office of Superintendent Buchen
nn yesterday at tile reservoir it was re
ported that five of the strilline car mei
bad been reinstated In addition to tin
?lx who npplled and wero reinstated ot
Saturday. The old men who grave up th?
struggle and returned to work yoslenhM
are: H. S. Klutr.. W. S. Smith. Joseph .1
Frazer, n. !.. Shclton nnd Joseph C. Con
Way. Smith and Fraser ure conductor!
?nd the others motormen.
Those who returned ami were orderet
to report for duty Saturday nre Con
duct?? ?L.Ward and Motorman J. O. Mc
Ohre. Thomas A, Park. Charles M. Cat
left. C. 13. Hrooklng and A, D. Parker
Thoso men were in almost every cas?
directed to report to the superintendent
of the line on which they formerly run
It is reported that some fifteen or twentj
others will to-day apply for positions 01
Among the young men who linvo bert
working on the cars since tho strlko he
pan vv?s ? young man iiiimetl Withers. 0;
Lynchburg, who was recently graduate?
from tho Richmond College law school
He has rendered good service, nnd yestel'?
day ?ailed on the superintendent unti gen?
crnl manager to bid them good-bye or
the evo of his departuro for home. H(
will hang out his shingle us an attor?
Thc men applying for positions art
given ? physical examination and are
cuestiono?! ax to their experience, habit.?
and former employment! Nono but mon
who ??? givo ?? good account of tl?emeelVeP
nro being tnken. nnd ,1ust now the com?
pany Is nicking the experienced men and
not the raw men,
All Gone from the City Now Except the
The tramp of marching men and the
throbbing of drums and the shrill cull
of the bugle, sounds so familiar lo citi
Rcns In various parts of tho city for the
past threo or four weeks, will soon be
heard no more. Indeed, there now remain
hut five companies??. B, C, 15" and 11, of
the Seventieth Regiment, now remain
on duty. They are at the armory, the
reservoir, the Cluy-Strcct sheds. Fulton
and Oakwood, und merely doing nominal
Kcrvice. The last ?if the out-of-town coin
panics. Company ]?", the Alexandria Light
1'nlantry, Captain Kin-*, and the Kretl
ericksburg Guard, Companv 1?. Captain
Revoie, left yesterday nfternoon for 'their
homes. Those two companies wero oii
-.?iiialh? attached ?? the battalion of Major
Stanley \V. Marlin ai Tweiiiy-i . . .
I? Streets, but were Kiibsequcsr .? de?
tached anil ordered to Out.v i ? .? :
Smith's Manchester battalion, w*.. ; .....
remained up lo the time Ilio trina? were
withdrawn from tli.it city. The two com?
panies attracted much attention ns they
rotie down Alain street on trolley cars, sing?
ing and blowing a bugle. The hoys life glu.I
to get away, and ?liil not conceal tho
fhet, though many snoalt warmly of their
tieatnieiit by citizens whllo on duty
Companies 1) and K. the Mont ?cello
Guani and the Wo.?t Alig?ela Guara;
Grmrlottesvllle ami Stauntoll, resp?ctn
ly, Inni preceded the Frederlcksljufg a
Stauntou companies. The Hlues hail been
iilieyeil from duty, some time ago?
that? ilio Uve companies of the regiment
are alone left In service.
Company A, Sovonty-?rst l?e?'nient, the
l.ee Rifles, ..f Norfolk, hav.? ./ritten to
The Tlmes-Dlspatch, thanking the people
of Richmond, and especially Uioko of
Fulton, for courtesies and kindnesses
1.? thorn during their stay In the city nnd
espress the hopo thnt some wny may
develop in which lliey may attest their
appreciation. Tho members r>;' t?,.
pany especially thank the young la tiles
Several Injured Yesterday by Being
Struck by Trolley Cars.
Several accidents, in which, forunate
ly, no serious injuries were sustained,
were reported yesterday in connection
with the operation of the trolley cars.
j.iist night between S:!?O and 9 o'clock, a
while man named Bass, of Manchester,
was injured whllo. attempting to alight
from ?? car near Fourth and Broad
Streets. He was attended by the sur?
geons "f tii??.? company, who report that
lie received a, slight cut on the head.
An ao'cldeht "is reported elsewhere In
Which a man liamed Brown, who was
standing in the streot near Seventeenth
and Main, was injured slightly. The
car struck a wagon and Jammed the
wit*-nu against him, cutting Ills lilp and
bruising him somewhat.
A car yesterday struck ono. of Warner
Moore's wagons and somewhat damaged
the vehicle, slightly scratched the horse
and the colored driver.
Women as Street Car Conductors.
In this city all Ihe street car conduc?
tors arc women?bright, Intelligent and
courteous, and in every way efiicienl, giv?
ing Hutlsfactlon to tho company which
employs them nnd to patrons.
Tlio city ha had women conductors for
pivotal yea ? ever since horses gave way
lo trolley) ...-? pa sengers were no longer
(?peetc-d to drop their fares In a box,
??? co-iductoi-f have never organized a
union or got.it on a Btrlke, Thoy
never ijavo any rouble with their pas
The force consists Of seven rCKUlHI'8,
?no extra ai tl one relief, Their only uni?
form In the Flilrl ? ilsl and their budge
^f authority I? ;i ribbon with the word
"Conducto " prlntcil on It. Home of tjicm
wear lhin pinned around nont white caps,
?nd other wear tl on picture hats. They
Sunday off In every seven \vi ? ?. Their
working hours are arranged on > com?
plex schedule that makes their longest
day's work that frohi ll:30 A M. to 1
P. ??., with iruty-'.'ivo minutes off at
t, op, Their pay Ig 53 ?"> we? k.
The conductors Into the work and m
hardened to all the Jests made by tho face?
lions. They get on famously with the
motormen ?md with tlio male passengers,
who frequently make thempelvea useful
when u trolley Jumps Iho wire. The
oonduetors seldom give up llielr jobs, ??>,?
e?^rt when lliey marry, and not alwuya
then.-?"hiiii""'!." (O.) Correspondence
Youth Arrested for Stealing Watch and
Georg i-"?1 ??. a white youth, sixteen
years of age, was arrested yesterday-'toy
Policeman Nuckols on the charge of hav,
ing stolen ?? wut? h and ehaln, apd $10 m
money from ?> hopeo neai the National
Cemetery, Th? young man will likely ? ,
turned over to the county iiuthorltle ? .
morning. He came her? from Christians
burg Iwklng ""' v""'"?
Lio not gripe (?? i li'iliiiL- tl?.? Blip
lary canal, ',".?. t-y act S'Clllly
promptly, cleeu?e t-lfeet tiully aud
?Wl? by ell druft'iui. ;?.,*... ?.it.
If you are pressing your sum?
mer suit, strike while the iron's
Don't put off till to-morrow
the suit you ought to have put
Fine feathers attract fine
birds. Our clothing will make
your appearance above criti?
cism?you'll have todo the rest
It's easy to buy now, too.
$12.50 nnd SI 0.00 Suits nre $7.50
J I5.0?J and $1 2.50 Suits arc $0.75.
$18.00 nnd $16.50 Suits arc $12.50.
$25.00 and $22.50 Suits arc $17.75.
Boy's, same way.
Only White Democrats Are to
Participate in Primary.
VIVA VOCE VOTING PLAN
Date Chosen Was Twelfth of Septem?
ber?The Vote in the Committee
Was Very Close, and Negro Dem?
ocrats were Ruled Out by One.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
AMHERST, VA., July -20.?This has
been Amherst County Court day, and ?.
very .largo crowd bus been in attendance.
Judge .!. M. Whlto oponed hi.s court
promptly at 1 o'clock and continued to
dopateli business until 1 o'clock in the
afternoon, when a recess was taken for
dinner. Immediately upon tho adjourn?
ment of court Iho county Democratic
Executive Commltteo liciti a mooting In
the court-room for the purpose of nettling
upon nonio pimi for tho fall election In
thiH county. The meeting wns largely at
tctidod by tho citizens of the county, and
Iho members of the committee wero near?
ly nil present In person or by proxy. The
session lasted nearly two hours, th? timo
being taken up mainly In a calm, dispas?
sionate discussion of two resolutions
which were offered by different members
ol lhe committee, one sido contendine
that only white Democrats should bo lil?
le wed to voto in thc primary election, as
such was the ruling of the Stute Commit?
tee, and all county primaries should be
governed by the action of the Executive
Committee of the Stale. Tho other reso?
lution offered was that all white men and
all known colored Democrats should be
allowed to vote who would pledge them?
selves to support the nominees. Tho last
named resolution was lost by a voto of
seven to tlx.
Tho plan adopted by tlio Stato Commit
to prevailed?namely, that only whlto
Dem?crata bo allowed to participate. The
12th of September next was tho day sot
for tho vote, and tho viva voce plan
adopted. In nearly every particular the
plan for this county agrees wlh that for?
mulated by tho political lenders of Albe
Judge White will doubtless have work
enough here at this term, if nil of the
cases on the docket are tried, to hold
blip a Rood portion of the week,
County Committees Fix Dates for
.. ? (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
SALE.W, VA.. July 20.-? .meeting of
the Democratic Executive Committee of
IManoke county was hold hero to-day.
It was ordered that a primary election
for ib<? nomination of candidates for
county offices be held on Saturday. Sep?
tember 19th, On the saino day IJiq pri?
mary for the nomination of two candi?
dates lor the House of Delegates nnd
one ciniilldiitc for the State Senato will
BUCHANAN*. VA., July 20,?The Demo
cintic Executive Committee met in Kln
r'astio und decided upon a primary for
the nomination of all county nml district
officers to be lmhi on September ioni.
The plan adopted Is similar to that adopt?
ed in Albemurle, with a few modifica?
ASI I LAN O. VA., .Inly VO Hai,?? r
?ouni- will have a primary election on
s member SOU-, for Hie selection ?? e ?.
tlldatei for ^ol?ale from Tliirly-I'.iinih I'P
iiiet, member.- of the House of Dclo
??.,?. ? an.I all county iilllci'l's. This was
deter.ad ni a meeting of the D?mo?
cratie ?'.viinis? Carniuilteo held recently.
The pini? has not yet been issued but II
i* hla.v. p ili.? v..t.? will he viva voce ami
iho polls will ??? open from 7 A, M. uni I
sundown, ? ?,..- been a long iltne since
Hanover li duiged in a primary imi lim
iiiiiiiiiiti??: by .m plinosl unanimous vote
decided to have one urdcrcd..
l-Olitics in hluvanna.
(Si-ocinl ?? The Times-DI? .?.. h ?
??'(?|1? UNION, VA., July 20,-?ubleci to
Ilio action of (lie Democrat!, primary th.
following cltliteni >.i Fluvanna have inaile
|?1. A. t.ray. ,1. ?McO. M!]|or. W, H
Tall.y, R. N. U'i.od and ?. .1. Taylor' '
ai a late meeting of the County Com?
mittee it was resolved that the nomina?
tion of count.!? officers Mmli niu ho by
primary, ?nd that the voting (or candi?
dates fnr tin? IIOU8O of 1'ilegales ami
Slau? Sentii?? shall be by s.-.i.t Un,,?. |t
wan also ordered tliul ila- candidate, foi?
st.it, offices bo asset-soil as follows:
Those for th? Sonate u total <?f J?? and
il., e for tho Hnu>e a total of !?'J"i. wheth.
1 1 011? or more n limili in the Held.
v. AsniM-.Ti.N. n. 0.riAe*h-ni-eeciotary
?.-..? lu-lied m. warrant for
idei '" the runi ih autlioi ; les
?? Iglu il.?? ?,?.?,.?.,?, proni- -
.,?..! IMI!', liiiiinct.il Irieg?
..;. n,. 011 .. ? tree naie une] ?tunde
ronimltted ,u New vori* ''?'' L'omiplesloinr
DID NOT GET
Policeman Murray Comes Off
With Flying Colors.
INVESTIGATE KUHN NEXT
His Name Given to Board by Mike
McDonough for Alleged Swearing
nnd Apparently Siding Wilh
The meeting of tho Police Board con?
tinued three hours last night, and all
thnt tho members were willing to give
to tho public was Interesting.
Police Officer Murray was honorably ac?
quitted of the complaint against hhn and
received tho congratulations ot friends.
This Investigation was publlo and lasted
about half an hour. Tho remaining two
hours and a half were spent by tho Hoard
behind closed doors. It was stated by
members at the close of thtit period that
on Prld?y night the conduct of Policeman
h'l.'in, of tho First District, would bo
looked Into. Ills namo was given ito the
Board by Mr, Mike McDonough, ?s the
officer who spoke to him regarding his
assisting a lady to a car, using an oath
nt the sume time, according to statement
Reopen Robinson Case.
Another matter of interest wns the
decision nf the Board to reopen the caso
of Policeman Robinson, who was dis?
charged from tho force at the last meet?
ing of the ?Board on complnlnt of not
making an arrest or endeavoring to do so
When a rock was alleged to have been
(thrown in a cer.
The shooting at Lombardy and Malli
was taken up, nnd Captain Whitlock wus
put upon the stand to tell why he did
not tako measures to arrest the guilty
ones. This examination was hehl ulpo
behind closed doors, butt It Is understood
that tho Captain fully is.atisilnd ?he
The next meeting will bo held at S
o'clock on iFrlday evening of this week.
Tho Investigation of tho conduct of
Police Officer Murray was opened with
a frank statement from Captain A. B.
Guigon. Captain Guigon admitted that
his complaint and feeling ngnlnsl Mr.
Murray liad been hasty. He said he had
slnco talked with the motorman, by
whom Mr. Murray stood coming down
the. hill from Chlmborazo Park nnd
through Eighteenth Street, and was as?
sured by him that the officer rendered
him ????.?.?? service. This declaration
on the part of Captain Guigon was ef?
fective, of course, in placing Mr. Murray
in a very much betiler light before tho
Hoard to answer the real charge against
him?net. going to the Police Court when
summoned to do so.
Police Officer Murray was put on the
stand. Ho was asked to givo his account
of tho arrest of the two street-car men
at Eighteenth and Broad by Policoman
Halier. This Mr. Murray did, showing
that ho saw no resistance to Buker by
the street-car men. The story of the.
crowd at Eighteenth and Broad was told
on tho stand. But it was stated to Mr.
Murray that tho only churgo against birri
Was not going to the Police Court when
summoned to testify In tho case of tho
car men. Mr. Murray said that ho wus
not regularly summoned, but Sergeant
Epps 'phoned him on tho morning of tho
hearing that Baker wauled him to como
to court. Mr, Murray told tho sergeant
that ho knew nothing of tho case but
hearsay, and, therefore, would bo of no
service as witness. "Witness said that It
was apparent to him that ho could best
serve the city by being on tho cars, and
went there, though ho knew It would bo
moro comfortable and loss dangerous ut
the Police Court. When he told Sergeant
.Epps tho circumstances, his sergeant
said, "All right," and ho thought that
ended the matter.
Captain Whitlock also testified that ho
told Mr, Murray "?ill right" when he
told hhn he knew nothing about the caso
but hearsay. It was evident to tlio board
that thc officer against whom the com?
plaint had been made had not gone to tlio
Police Court upon the request of former
Policeman Baker, because, knowing noth?
ing of tho case In question, ho thought he
could he of more service on tho curs.
The body took tho matter under advise?
ment In executive session but a few
minutes, and Mr, Murray was sent tot.
lio came out In a minute, his face wreath?
ed with smiles. It Is "all right," he salci.
Ill reply to eager questions, and his friends
crowded about him, shaking his hand ?n
Congratulation, The board continued In
One of tbe features of the early mo?
ments of the executive session was tho
introduction to members of the Board
of applicants for positions on the force,
it was not known then that tho Board
of Aldermen was going to turn down tho
appeal for the $5,000 ?iskeil for by the
Hoard and each young hopeful who wont
thought Ills lime had at last conic to bo
one of tbo finest.
Then Captain Whitlock and Officer
Hulchei?., of the Third District, spent
some timo with the Board, and it is
understood that the shooting at l.nni
bai'dy and Main was investigateti, with a
view to finding what the police of that
district did towards catching, the offend?
A gentleman was; admitted to lhe pres?
ence of lhe Board und requested Unit
the body reopen the case of Policeman
Robinson, recently dismissed from the
force, on the ground that new bvldenec
hail been found which would place htm
In a very different light before tho
Hoard. Tho body was reminded that
Mr. Robinson bad been summoned to
appear before the Board only the ?lay
before the meeting occurred nnd, there?
fore, did not have an opportunity io get
hia witnesses together,
it is understood that tho Board will be
shown that Mr. Robinson bus made
as many. If not more, arrests since Ilio
strike began I ban any mail in his dis?
trict, nml. further, it ?" alleged that Cap.
linn t.uigoii is willing to siale for his
company, from whom the complaint
??miniateli, that tl)0 PUlllsJimont Of officer
was ?.caler than was desired and great?
t r In i'ii "pinion, than ho deserved, view?
ed with lhe present lights, This cuso
also comes up l-'ridity night.
Mr, Mike McDonough wus summoned.
He was besieged io state to Iho Hoard
the nume of the policeman who ash? tl
bini, using an oath the while?, what ho
bud to ii" wjih helping a holy ou a car.
Offloer Kuhn was slated hy Mr. Me
Ponoush to be the man nml the ??a????
decided to hear his cuso on Friday
I'nflnlshed business was carried over
nulli that time.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
has been COntlnUOU-?l*. before tin- inihlh?.
li has therefore enjoyed tlie coiiMdenco of
the pinple lor half a century, a record
iinci|Uiilli il by any olhcr stomach remedy,
Then sandy it is worthy of n fair trial l?y
everyone buffering from loss of appe?
tite, NAUSEA, HEART??RN, DYS?
PEPSIA, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPA?
TION OR LIVER AND KIDNEY TROU?
BLES, n positively, curta, une boni??
will , onvlncu you Of its merit.
" If eyes were made
for seeing, ?
Then beauty is its own
excuse for being"
No excuse h needed for the
beauty residing in
for it is beauty of
the very highest order,
based as it is on the
basic principles of true
Decorative Art. Un?
derlying all tlic Gor?
ham productions is
sincerity of purpose,
absence of meretricious
soundness of workman?
ship. That is why for
three generations it has
held the esteem of peo?
ple of taste.
NOT PASS IT
Additional Police Resolution
Goes on Table.
IT MAY COME UP LATER
President Turpln and Mr. W?*tsher Op?
pose it and it Fails by Four Votes,
Spicy Discussion as to Foreign
Detectives and Fulton Riot.
The Board of Aldermen, .it ? special
session last night, failed to pans 'the reso?
lution scut over from tlio lower branch,
appropriating $5,000 for additional police
protection in emergency cases, and It was
finally reconsidered and laid upon the
table. Messrs. Minor and Gunst- spoke
for the resolution, and It was opposed
by President Turpln and Mr. Washer.
The voto was 10 to G In favor of tho ap?
propriation, but Us passago required 14
uflirmatlvo votes. It was contended by
tlio opponents of tlm measure that It
was tho purpose of .?ho Pollco Board to
import foreign detectives hero for tlio
purpose of quelling riots -when they
should arise, and it could not bo denied
by lt3 advocates, so It failed of adop?
tion. It Is possible that It may pass a.t
some later dato.
Mr. Washer aired tlio recent Fulton
riot, and declared that citizens of that
community wero noit responsible for it.
The board tool* a recess of over an hour
after being called to ordor to endeavor
to securo a better attendance of mem?
bers; but only 0110 absentco was found.
Object of Meeting.
President Turpln called the meeting to
order at 8:30 P. M., and (tlio roll call dis?
closed tlio presence of a quorum of mem?
The chair laid before th? body a com?
munication from tho Common Council,
stating that tho latter liad passed a 'r?so?
lution appropriating $G?,?0? for use of the
Pollco Board In preserving order In the
city. There were only flfitoen members
present, and Mr. Minor moved a call of
the body, and the sergcant-at-ai nis was
sent out for absent members. Somo dis?
cussion arose over Mr. Minor'!; motion,
and It was opposed by Mr. Washer and
advocated by Us patron.
..When It finally prevailed the body took
p recess untili !):?!? P. M., to await a re?
port from tlio serge-ant-at-arms.
There were enough members present to
take tlio resolution up and act upon It,
but tho call was had In order to get fu
sumo of tho friends of tho measure to
instile Its passage. At 10 o'clock Presi
dent Turpln recalled the Board, but only
thoso originally present answered to their
One Member Brought In,
? li 11 lo later the sergoant-at-arms ap?
peared with Mr, Donahue, and Sir. Gunst
advocated Iho resolution In a brief speech.
lie appealed for the peace and good or?
der of tlie city, and said- tho appropria?
tion should bo made In Iho Interest of
orderly government? ?"'? Satterlleld
thought Hie Police Board now bad the
p..wer tn Bwoar in additional police, and
Mr, Minor controverted this and declared
lliat the only authority had by the Police
Hoard In tlio matter was that en 11 ferrod
from time lo lime by the Council.
Mr. Turpln (Mr. Wood In tho chair)
tin ught Mr. Minor'.?- position was a most
extraordinary one, Ho und Mr. Minor he.
nano Involved In a colloquy over Ihe
legal polnls Involved, and It was carried
011 for some time. The president saw no
m .???sully for tlio resolution, and he con?
tended thai the authority of the Police
Board was new ample ln emergency cases.
Ilo thought if two hundred soldiers were
1;. pl-licio for two weeks all would bo
ql.iet in filo city.
Give no More Power.
IU did not think t lie Police Board had
handled tho force wisely In the strike
matter, and lin therefore opposed con?
ferring upan 1 him uny moro power for
He was of 11,e oplulun lhat the money
would be used to bring down detoctlves
Mho would iiiiinul'actiiro crime for their
p.t diem, and lie was opposed In It In
li.|n. Such detective? would stay here a*.
Ipiic n< they could Und crime, and If they
could not li'nil it they would manufacture
Mr Washer agreed with Mr. Turpln,
mid he took occasion lu say thai he did
,. 1 bellev the recent disturbance In Piti?
t?n, wus brought about by eiligen? of that
commuiiltv. lb? believed detectives would
be brought here from elsewhere, anil lie
?,v>* ? ? j > 1 ? ? ? - c ? ? 1 in this. Ho wanted law ami
mici and would cheerfully vote for the
riM.ltitli.ii if ho could be convinced that
il wus a pinner nue. The Pulton opleodt
cuino ,,,, ,..,,,:,. .,,?? Mr. Itenniilds raited
Ilio poiul tli.it this was not goiniuiu? to.
the M?"? tlon
Mr. Minor moved tlie l'<'evl"U!- question
and it wax ordered, and upon roll cull
tin re-Oluilo.il wus Jost?ayes. Messrs,
Adam . Riirtrm. Oilman?. Gunst. Hall. Maun
Minor, Keiniiilds. Slieppard and \\00dr-10;
noes Moser.- M?hen, Cottrell, PoilttflAlo,
Katierileid Washer ?*'"? Turpi??!-???.
Mr. Min.., changed his vole,from 'aye
t. 10 ,,?? moved ? reconsidera nun.
wiici. ?-,; .;,i?p,.-ri-aye?.. i;t: "?P??,;?? ?nd
the inalivi? wiie then laid on the table and
thu bod; t?.iji.uined.
This Is the Extent of the Dis?
order in Manchester.
SOLDIERS HERE GONE
Number of Elks Leave for Baltimore,
Tho Grand ?Jury to Meet Thursday.
Miss O'Leary is Sick.
Manchester Bureau Tlmes-Dlspatch,,;
No. II0? Hull Stiert, J
Notwithstanding tho fact that thero
wero no soldiers on tho streets every?
thing was comparatively peaceful and
orderly In Manchester lost night. Some
llttlo disorder developed ?luring iho even?
ing, but there was nothing sciions at
For some time during the early night
Perry Street resounded with tho repolla
of torpedoes, which woro hoard all over
tho town. It sounded at ono lime as if
thero was some shooting going on, but
this was a mistake. Ono motorman said
ho hud run over at least a dozen torpe?
does on tho several trips he made. There
wan somo throwing of stones, also, on
Perry and Hull Streets, but so far as Is
known nobody was hurt.
All the soldiers have boon taken from
the city. Sunday night was iho first sine.
tho cars began 'running that tho troop:
havo not been on hand, and tho removal
of thom was followed ' by no Untoward
happenings. In fact, It seems clear now
that there Is to ho no further trouble In
Manchester. Small hoys aro responsi?
ble mostly for such disorder as thero Is?
torpedoes and harmless ?md lll-dlrcctcd
GO TO BALTIMORE.
Quito a number of the members of the
Manchester Lodge of Elks loft yester?
day afternoon for Baltimore, where they
go to attend tho annual session o" tho
Grand Lodge, which convened yesterday.
Tho party Included some twenty or thirty
persons. It. went Ilrst to West Point,
whero It boarded tho Buy lino steamer
for Baltimore. Among thoso who wero ex?
pected to go aro Ilio following: Messrs.
D. I.. Tonev, R. If. Trcvlllan, F. A. Lamb,
L. B. Tillery, Eugene W. Llpscomb, W,
II. MorrisettO, J. A. Fitzgerald, J. C. Me
Leodj II..V. Owen, W. Ti. Washington, It.
H. Vaden, T. S. Noisier, B. V. Vadon, W.
B. Bradley, D. O. Cogblll, R. S. Rives, ?.
A. Jewott and others.
Tho grand jury mot yesterday and heard
tho lengthy and nblo charge of,Judge In?
grani, a portion of which is printed In ali
ottici* column. It then adjourned until
Thursday morning, when it will proceed
wlt.h Its business. In addition to consider?
ing the matter of boycotts, the grand Jury
will havo on its hands t<e Investigation
Into the shooting of Luther Taylor, over
which thero has been such a stir. It Is not
likely thnt the cAse will over amount i"
anything. Judge Ingrani plainly Indicateli
in his charge yesterday that .fin does noi
consider the. soldiers to blame for tho
shooting, ami In tho faco of this clear ex?
position of the law nobody soonis to be?
lieve that tho jurymen will bring in an in?
dictment for anybody. The grand jury Is
composed of tho following: G. S. McRne
(foreman), Waverly Nunnally, A. F. Holt,
George S. Grlzznrd, J. B. Clopton. Charlea
Hurkert. .1. D. Ma thews. F. B. Dnnford,
XX'. XV. Pool. A. J. Daffron, O. .1. Markham
and n. T. Cogblll
MISS O'LEARY SICK.
It was reported last night that Miss
O'Leary, of Swansboro, who was held up
and robbed Saturday night, and who bore
up under the fright remarkably well, bad
broken down und was now In a Rcrlfiits
condition. Hor physician said last night
that the young lady was sintering front a
nervous attack to which she Is frequently
Tho police are still on the lookout for
the. highwaymen, but have not as yet suc?
ceeded In locating them.
A LOST CHILD.
Tho fire hell was puT"lo good service an
evening or two ago when the constant toll?
ing- of it for a few moments had the effect
of bringing to light a pretty little girl
who had gotten lost. Tho child is a daugh?
ter of Mrs. Annie Lohnian and had accom?
panied-a young lady to a store, after leav?
ing which tho little girl wandered awny
and coniti not bo found. Fireman XV. T.
Smith was notified and tho bell was thou
called lnlo reoulsltlon that the people of
the city might he Informed and Institute a
search for the missing one. But tho child
discovered herself, as it were. She heard
the Vieil ringing anil went Hying to thc
engine-house to see what was the mat tor.
BEAT HIS WIFE.
A negro man named Muirap, a brother
of the two of tho samo name shot somo
years ago by Policeman Alvls was ur
restcd 'nst night on a warrant charging
liim with beating his wife. The wont,? ?
tells a tale of brutal conduct by her hus?
band. If what sho says Is correct, he Is
a. lazy, good-for-nothing fellow, who
wants her to support the family. The
other day he boat her with a stick to
make her got up and go to work for bin.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Mrs. F. S. Anderson, who was opera?
ted upon Saturday nt hor residence, No.
1311 Deealiir Street. Is doing very nicely
and will he able to bo out In about two
Miss Hattle J Kclley, a popular young
lady of Manehesler, Is spending some timo
?it the soashoro.
Miss Kmllv Whllley and brother will re?
turn this week to their home in \VIIPrim?
ston, N, C after a pleasant visit to Miss
Mary and Mr. Wlllln Hyjiian, of Woad
Mr. Will Hvmnn. who has been much In?
disposed for tho past ten ?lavs i- repnrt
ed somewhat better. Mr. Hyi-.uin s :?
memhor of the Richmond II..v-.it.:?r.? and
was ttiken III while on duty.
MISS MULLAN MUCH
The condition of Miss Paltlo Mullan
and Hon. James L. Shclron, who suffer?
ed so badly at the hands of negroes on
last Friday night. Is very satisfactory In?
ri. ed. to their physicians.
.Miss Mullan was intuii inore composed
yesterday than on Saturday though she
hua??not yet beep allowed In leave hei?
le il. Her youth and physical vigor ato
coming nobly to her aid and she will be
hi rselt again in ton days.
Mi. Shellon In nil right, priitlcally, The
cut is healing up well ami in? is oply re?
li re ttl ? g he didn't bave a fair chanco
Friday night, or If ho had to have odds
?muiist him. then s/mieiliing with which
to tiefend himself.
The detectives uro putting forth efforts
In every direction possible for tho arrest
of the (lireo men. Nonti Jjiiv?.? been mat!,
but the traps arc out. What they ?ire |tfi
detectives are not telling, very nutunil
N ?'???^^ Cooling as a
?/?$/^ shower on a hot day
Hold everywhere or by mall
1er a centi, A pacluis* ,
?iiuMa Uvo gallona. ,^f%\\
' if. 11 ? ? . unit:? ~*
SOFIE STATISTICS OF THE
AMERICAN LEAGUE PLAYERS
A,?'i, I ,9 f"11 th* .^Hlng -"nder ot tlio
Ame lean Ijerigue though the ?rent Ln
Jole tfl entitled to the honors on the basis
? .ill-so-isoii T.piy. Nineteen rr._n are bat
tliiK .?00 or better, tho hitting, nil tho
way through averaging a ?hade lighter
than that of the National League.
Of theso nineteen star batters, Boston
??'9 ?.(???,'?,G1??.91"1-(? lwo? Chicago three,
the Athletics threo, Detroit threo, Bt!
Louis two and Now York two.
Detroit leads tu team batting. Analy?
sis of tlio ligures shown that this Is whol?
ly duo to the fact that Dotrolt has sov
etnl heavy-hitting pltohors, who boost
their team average tremendously, whllo
the other clubs all have ? lot of'twlrlets
batting under .100. Tho sllckwork of tho
Now York and Ht. Louis tennis Is a Jnko,
mid ono of tho disappointments of tho sea?
Four pitchers still have perfect fielding
records, Bcmlfl loads the catchers. Gan?
ze] the first baseman and Murphy the
Have Cross hns high mark nt third, Mo?
ran leads nt short and O'Brien In tho
Boston loads In team fielding, St. Louis
second. The ligures.
Stahl, Boston .358
l?OjOl?, Cleveland .MU
?Muglimi, Chicago .342
Paiciit, Boston .?SB
Green, Chicago .?33
Young, Boston .324
Beybold, Athletics .3113
Davis, Athletics .81
ponovan, Dotrolt .317
?iirkett, ,st. L?ula .:<i2
Barrett, Detroit .'J?s
Crawford, Detroit .307
Dougherty, Boston .??(>n
Pickering, Athletics .303
fallaban, Chicago .?08
Hicluniin, ('levi land .3<*J
Klberlield, ?. Y.W
Kieler, ?. Y..-OU
Anderson, St, Louis .''.??
Klick, Cleveland .238
Cari?, Detroit .298
Schreck, Athletics .2?K1
Olbsoh, BoRtoii .20O
Biiiillev, Cleveland .!!S8
Miillln, Detroit .2*8
.lenes, Chicago .?H7
Bay. Cleveland .2V7
McGUiro, Detroit .244
orili. WashljiRten .-1*4
!.. Cross. Athletics .~l3
Clingman, Cleveland .2X3
Kyan, Washington .'XI
Heldrlck, Hi. Louis .~>2
Prlel, St. Louis .?wj
Proomnn, Boston .*_9
Venger, Detroit .77
Collins; Boston .2jfi
Unwell, ?. Vr .2?6
Tannohlll, ?. Y.-'?>
llartsel, Athletics .??
Williams. ?. Y.270
Lichaiieo, Boston .2R9
Solimeli, Washington .2K9 .
Holmes, Chicago .267'
Clntke, Washington .VA
McCarthy, Cleveland .Vii
Murphy, Athletics. ?20?
?McAllister, Detroit ._?3
Courtney, Detroit .? .2.'?6
Kiilllvnii, Chicago .2.?5
?\bbott, Cleveland .2?"-d
Conroy, N. Y.??fi
Wallace, St. Louie .?'?
Lush, Detroit .2?.3
jsbelf, Chicago .2M
M. CrOSS, Athletics .?V?0
Plntik. Athletics .250
?Monili. Washington .2.?0
powers, Athletics .2'?
Perils, Boston .v.... .247
Kulte, ?. Y.?.215
l.ec. Washington .244
lliilliiiiiii, Chicago .239
Hoillle, N?. Y..239
McPai?anri, ??". Y.-33
Drill, Washington .'.2;?
(iaiizel, ?..Y'. 234.
Kahoe, St. Louis .
HolTmnii, Athlotlcs .
Buolow, Detroit .t?"?
Hcn-iphlll. St? Louis .2?
UoUghllh, Washington .2.1
Wilson, Washington .2^7
Tnunclilll, Clilcago .'?Zt
Bender, Athletics .HI
Henley, Athletics .HI
Waddell, Alhlellcs .OT.j
Players 2D. 3B. 4R. Ex. b,
preoman, Boston .19 12 fi 98
Hevbold, .Athletics .2? 3 G? R],
lllckmaii, Cleveland .19 7 ? 79
parent, Boston .20 !? 2 7.",
Davis. Athlotlcs .20 4 4 ?8
Mnrphy. Athletics .14 8, 1 :.?
Plick, Cleveland .il io l r?e
Kyan, Washington .19 3 8 68
Clubs, .... P.C.
St. Louis .217
New York .241
Ht. ??????? .PS,
New rork .Wl
THE DAY ON
Records of the American and
CHAMPIONS WERE BEATEN
Could Not Beat Chicago on the Lattcr's
Home Grounds?New York Amer?
ican Played a Stand-Off With
Chicago 3, Pittsburg 2.
St. Louie _p, Cincinnati 1. ?
Schedule for To-Day.
Philadelphia at B?ston.
New York at Brooklyn.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Pittsburg .53 25 .?779
New Volk . -M 2S .?"..?
Chicago . is '.'??, .e?:?
Cincinnati . H 'M M
Brooklyn .27 SO .t?7
Boston .30 -14 .4?".
St. Louis.23 -Vi .307
Philadelphia . ai 55 .:"'?
?By Associateti Press/)
At Chicago: Chicago defeated Pittsburg
tprday thrco to two. A baso on balls,
three single* and a double scored their
scoro; R, H. ?
Chicago'.o o 3 o o o o 0 ??a ? ?.?
Pittsburg .0 0 ti 0 o 0 a o o?2 o 2
Batteries: "Wolmer and Kling; Lcever
nd Weaver. Time. 1:44. Umpire. O'Day.
M. St. Louis: St. Louis won to-day's
game from the Cincinnati by bunching
five hits In tho eighth Inning. This,
coupled with two errors hy Hahn, gave
St. Louis five runs and tbo gamo.
Scot?.?: R. II. B.
St. Louis..?..0 00 00 0 0 5 ??5 li 3
Cincinnati .00 0 0.0 0 04) 1?1 C ?>
Batteries: McFarland and J. O'Nell;
Iluhn and Bergen. Time, 1:15. Umpire,
Moran. Attendance, 1,800.
Bt. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2,
Washington 4, Chicago 3,
Let roll 3, Boston 2.
New York 7-0, Cleveland ,",-2,
Schedule for To-Day.
Chicago at Washington,
St. Louis at Philadelphia,
Delroli nt Boston.
Cleveland at New York,
Standing of tho Clubs.
"Won. Lost. P.
Boston .4'j us .ij;i(i
Philadelphia . 41 ;i2 .:.?,?
I Cleveland . to "t ,f,n
New York . 35 85 ,600'
Detroit . 80 ,",? ,5 ? ,
Chicago . lit 3'J .Ib'U
St. Louis . :il :.s .4i!i
Washington .21 :;i .?it?
At Philadelphia; St. Loiila won to-day
nu two triples In tho fourth Inning, which
yielded throp runs. Hoffman, who jump?
ed the Philadelphia Amerloiin League
team and went to Toledo, returned to
Uuy-and clayed left-field.
scoi e : 7t. II. ?.
St. Louis.0003A0O0O?3 5 3
Philadelphia .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0---0 2 1
Batteries; Piover? and Sugdert; piani?
?nul Powers, Time, 1:55. Umpire, Han?
sel t. Attendance, 4,872.
At New York: New York and Cleveland
played fl rlouble?liea?jor here to-day, Orli?
fith pitched very Steadily ?luring tho
first game, wlillu Joss made two errors
and weakened at crllleul stages, tho'home
team winning hy 7 to 8, In the second
gamo Wolfe was holding the visitors well
In liiiiul. When he strained a tendon In
bis pitching arm, and Chesbro relieved
him in lhe filili. Tin; change was ivi
luckv for iho locals, as (he visitors scored
runs off Chesbio In this Inning.
score: b. n. p.
New York.1 1 0 ll J :i 0 0 *-7 S 4
Cleveland .? ? ? u ? o o 2 0-;.' 6 5
Balleries: Griffith und Peville; Joss and
"Abbott, Time, 1:30. Umpire Sheridan.
Si-Pic: R. H. 13.
'Cleveland? .ft ? ? ?? 2 ? 0 o 0--2 3 2
New York....0 0 ft <> ?? u ? 0 ??~ 0 5 1
Batterlo*; ?ernherd and Abbott; Wolfe,
Chcsbro and Bevllle and O'Connor. Tinie.
J:45; Umpire, Sheridan. Attendance, ?.?
At Boston: Detroit, bunched hits In lb?
fifth Inning ami won from Boston. Tim
locals could do nothing with" Kissinger
until It was too late, although thev made
the game close.
Score: r. jt. K.
Boston .ft ft o o no ?1 1 i--< 7 a
Detroit ..'.oo 0030 oo 0-3 a o
Batterle.??.? Winter and Crlger; Kissing?
er and MeC.ulrc. Time, 1:45. Umpire,
Connolly. Attendance, i,W?.
At Wnihlngton: \YashliiKton took' its
third consecutive gamo from Chicago to?
day, winning out in the jset Inning. Both
pitchers ?lid excellent work, and the field?
ing of both learns whs sharp throughout.
Magoon w.-.s put out of the game for dis?
Scor??: R. ]-r. K.
Washington .20ftinoftoj-4 !? ? J ,
Chicago .1000 20000?3 6 1
Batterica: Wilson mid Klttrldg?: Owen
nnd MeFarland. Tim?, 1:4?. Umpire,
O'Loughlln. Attendance. 1,438.
Southern League Scores.
Little Rock 3, Nashville B.
Memphis 15, Montgomery 3.
Atlanta 3. 8hrewport 1.
New Orleans 7, Birmingham 3.
(ny Aum-int??! Prest,)
DETROIT. MICH.. July 20.-The open?
ing of the grand circuit trotting races al
the Blue Ribbon meeting of the Detroit
Driving Club, at tiros?? Pointe, was post?
poned until to-morrow on account ol wc.
? ' *
Entered for Championship
CBy Associated Press.)
NEW YORK. July 20.-In addition to
Waterboy and MCChosncy, The Rhymer
has been entered for the championship
special, a mile and a quarter, with $10,000
added to be run at Brighton on July ?Ud.
Claude has not been entered.
DEATHS OF ? DAY.
(By AixoclntfJ G????.?
FOND DU LAC. WIS., July 20.?Arch.
Bishop Kaiser la dead.
(Hy Associated Press.)
NBW YORK.?Helena Morn, the vaude?
ville actress, died this afternoon at her
homo at Eonson Ilust. L. I., of a compli?
cation of disensos, from which sho had
suffered since tho beginning of the year,
SEA GULL STAKES
American Stables Represen
tative Wins Star Event at
(By Associated Press,)
NEW YORK, July 20,-Tho American
stables, Afitarlta, with flicks up, won
the Sea Gull Stakes at Brighton Beach to?
day. She was carrying thu heavy Impost
of J21 pounds and handled It In clever
fashion. Tho 7 to io favorite. Mamie
Worth, was hardly interfered with and/
finished buck in the ruck. Summaries: /
First race?one mile and a sixteenth?
Rostand (1 to 1? first; Albany Ciri (15 to
I) second, Syrlin (5 to 1) third. Time,
Second rncn ? Steeplechase, handicap,
about two pillos?Tankard (8 to 5) tirsi,
Opnet U3 to 5) second. Bob Alone (25 to
1) third. Time. 4:32.
Third race?handicap. ?no mile and a
furlong-Lord Radge (IS to 6) first. Him?
self (11 to f>> second, W. It. Condon (?? to
I) third. Time, 1:5.'! 3-5.
Fourth race?Tbo Sea (?nil Stakes?six
furfonas-Aslirlta Ci to 1) first. Futu
rita (20 to 1) second, Stamping Uroiind ?.U
to 1) third. Timo, 1:13 1-6
. i.'ifih race?Ilvo and a half furlong?
Pentuur (ii to D first. Lut heron (30 lo 1)
sit ond, Raco King (S to 5) third. Time,
1:07 :i-f>. ? ,, . , , ? ,?
Sixth race?one mile and n sixteenth?
Rochampton (1 to 6) first, Counterpols?
(5 to 1) second, Time, 1:17 2-5, Two
DICK WELLES WINS
THE PREMIER STAKES
(By Associated Press.)
CHlCACin, July 20.?Dick Welle?. ,T.
Respe.-is' record-breaking three-yeur-o
hud little difficulty In winning the p'
mlcr stakes at lluwthoi'uo to-day.
was in front ?ill the way and was under
restrain at the milo. cantering under the
Wire five lengths In front of Melico. Sum.
First race?six furlongs?Schwalbe (7 to
1? first, Cruzado t'7 to 5) second, Rag
Tag (12 to 1) third. Timo, 1:15. -
Socond race?Steeplechase, short cours?
? Paul Alter (10 to 1) first. Soylon (5 to
]) second, Indian 11. (7 to 1) third. Time,
Third,race--the premier stakes, one mila
-Dick Welles (11 to 20) first, McCea (I
to 1) second, Orlslnu (12 to 1) third. Time,
Fourth m'en?mile and a sixteenth?Bee?
sie McCarthy (5 to 2) first, Luden ???
? ?'??bv is io 1 ? econd, llargls (1 to 2) third.
Time, 1:63 3-d.
filili ?.,?.--inlle and quarter? Hayw^iva
llUliter (3 to )i first, Rarrlca (7 ?? 1)
second, 1.Itile. lOlkln (15 to li third. Time,
Slxlh race- six iiirlougs-Kventng Staf
(fi lo :<) first. I.Ute ?7 to f. second. Mol(U?ll4
(3 ,tu 1 third, Time, 1:15 1?>. "
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