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TUB TIMHS. FOUNDRD 1SS6.
THK lilSPATCH. 1T?TJNDKD" 1850.
WHOLE NUMBER. 16,316.
RK'IIMONI), VA., WEDNKSDA Y, AUGTJST 12 ,1008.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SUMMAHY Of OaTS MEWS
WABHINOTON. H. C. ^UK. Il-Foro
c?at for Wedneaday ftrid Thuraday:
Virglnla-Falr Wcdneadayi Thursday
rnln; wlnd ahlttlng lo north, incrM?lng In
North Cftrollha-Partly etoudy VVedne
,lay Bhftwers oti tho eonsti fhiirsday rnln
,?,d toolor, wIii.Ih shlfllng lo north and
becomlng hlgji W Thu^day tnornlng.
STATfi OF THE THERMOMHTn-R.
,9 & M.:v.v.v.'.::::83
3 P. M. #
'.> P. M.12
12 mUlnlKlit .__^_
Average for 21 houra . 7r,V4
Higheat temperatnre yesterday .51
L/oweat temperature yeaterday . '?
Moan temperaturc ycster-Iay .*'?
Nbrmal temperaturo for August .?
Departuro ftom normal temperature ??
PrcclpUatlon durlng paat 2t houra ....
Aiigiial 12, 1M3
MIN1AT1 -nr, AI. U A NAC.
Bun rlaea.5:24 HIOI1 TIDE .
Bun aet" ...,7:06 ; Mornlng.<?"<
Moon rl8cs....0:19 I Evonlng.''??"?'
Death, after illneaa lastlng .Beveral
montha, of n>,v. 13, M. Randolph. rec or
of Bmrrmnuel r B. Church, In-Henriaj
county?Blx aapirants for conatable ror
FalrfJeld Watrlct to have nover? prljnwy
of ,-i r<: '???."? to-nlght. tho poaltlon.golng
to tiie ? eotca '?'? Recelver Kean, for wynu
ham l ???'.-. makca two Importtnt ro
hori!. to i ?? court relating lo condltlon oi
aWnt hrokcr:? aftalsa??Altorney Wen
denburg ?aya men recently exonerated on
of rioling in Fulton wlll brlng fuU
Company docldea groatly to Improve Its
llnea-I.ltile InterCBt ln strlke now
Board of Aldernvti In aeaalon; buslnefia
of Imporlince bolng trahaacted ?Funerul
of Mr. J3. P. Cheaterman ? hip afternoon
Atlantlo Coust Iilne coutlnues largp force,
of m'-n Htraightonlng road to Peleraburg
-Belloverl G. M. naniels wlll be ealled
bnrk to Ra'ndolph-Street Church?New
Cpziatltutlon to atand test before I'nitpd
St.-itoM Sttpreme f'ourt?Natlonal ban'ks of
Lynchburg ontcr sult agalnat State In
m-itter of tnxatlnn-- Condltlon of the
crop*?.-Sintf; Flremen'a mceting In Dan
to havo ad'litlonal pollcc protcctlon
Approprlatlon rnade to erct resldence for
Btiperlntendont Maury Ccthetery?Clty
collftctor makeM report, of rfrplpts-Doc
tora have amoker at l're.-ident Hlll's resl
Bivlcido of well-known merchant at
WhTte Hall, ln Bucklnghftm county?
r.ovr-rnmnnt iaunch r>in down and cut In
two by a fishing boat ln Norfolk har
hor-?rh<. Hampton Roads Rallway and
Electrlc Company fllea a blg mortRage?
poiltlcal?Local bp'tion conteatin Bucking
ham contlnued to dftcrmlne rlght of
l.irKdlctlon; Mr. nondurnnt to oontosi
nomlnatlnn of Mr. M0B8 on ground of ir
rfKiilarlty of primary; thn county com
ml'tten of Patrlrk county ordcr a convcrj
tton to nomlnatf; county qandldateaj pr
mary ln .Henry county nomlnatc." candl
riatos; the clty cOmmlttee of U'lnchcatcr
arr&nee* to mcet tb<> wlahoa of thc.-.Stato
comralttpe nt to primary nimhodp-All
the land neceasary for tho dlvlslon of
thn Apjtonifitiox at Petorsburs aecured?
Dr. ,lain<>M Duncan, of Handolp-Macon,
ncrppta a posltlon ]n Columbla Collegp,
Columbla, S. <~'~-Thc Hanovcr Troop
holds It.H annual rcunlon at Aahland
Park-Dr. Fraser makos an address on
educatlon at Randolph-Macon Collocc?
Plg Confederate reunlon and harbcciie to
bc hclrl at Stuart, ln Patrlck county, and
Governora Montngue and Aycock arc ex
pcct'-d-?Secretary Fc.nn. of thp Y. M. C.
A. nt Roanoke rcalgns-Major Saniue]
B, "Wnods, of Charlottesvlllo, aecurea a
colony of Aalatlc lady-buga to cat tho
Ban .Toso Hcale-Hoard of VIsltors of tho
Univoralty "f Vlrginla to me<-?. nfxt Tuea
day to clcct a prcsldcnt of the IJnlvcral
ty-^?A Journal of commorcp to be pub
lfshcd undor the auaplcofl of tho Chamber
of Commorco of Pctoraburg.
Cnpt. R. B. Glcnn. of W'lnston-Salcm, a
candldJTlo for Qovornor-Survlvora of
Fort Flaher to tnect on memora'Jle hattlc
groupd to-'day, with cpmmandera of hoth
forcpa on that fainou'a day present?A
young man vlolently Insane brought to
jall at Fayefteville, carryJng a musket
and aword ? A ncgro who tprrorlznd
Mecklenburg county and spntpneed to
penitentlary for 30 years mnde hls oa'capa
and ia liark ln hls old haunts ugaln.
Much bcttcr ton? pervaded 'Wnll Strppt
and stook prlcpg atadled and closed actlve
iinrt strong at top lovel; money ea?y?John
Tomple Gravea dellvera a remarkably
Btropg apoech boforo Cbautauqua Now
Yurk Antl-Lynchlng Copfercnca on thn
"Mob Splrlt ln thp South;" advocaten tho
aoparatlon ? >r the racps as the-only remedy
for lynchlnga-Mlss DeCrlst .teatltlea bo
forp leglslatlve commlttpp and causps aen
aatlon In oxplalnlng t.Mo roaion sho was
whlpppd l)^' Buperlntendent Allagond??
T.lst of vlctlma of undcrground cataatro
pho ln Parls wlll rcach a hundred-Popa
Pltis fnlnts whllo cclchratlnR rhaaa and
T>r. Lapponl haa ordored a suapenalon of
audloncos untll the PontlfC rpgalnn hls
ptroiiKth-Weather Btireau onlers atorm
slgnnla diaplayed along t.iio Atlantlc. and
Gulf coaata and ndvlses vessela agalnst
aalllnp for Cllban and Gulf ports or tho
Bahamaa?Glmcrnck wnn Dalaware
Handjcap at Sarafoga track-^? Weather
Bqroau's orop bulletfn reporta that cot
ton c.ontlnups to jmprove, but thp crop Is
. lato. ' _
. CPy Assnoiatpd Preas.)
BtRSriNGHAXr. A*I.A.. August H.-Joo
llallier, a dlstilct organlzer of the ITnltert\
Jtlnp Workera of America, ^vaa peverply
WOtinded, and n. Ij, Greer (oolored), vlce
prpsldent of the Alanama Jrlne Workers,
wn.s spvcfply bpaten yesierday at Ilorao
Prppk by a crowd of cltlzens, headed by
the siiperlntpndent of a mlno In that
nelghborhood, The two mon had com
pletetj the organljsatlon of o local of the
mlno workera, nnd wpre waiting for
tralu, when they were" aet upon.
JUDGE TAFT TO BE
SECRETARY OF WAR
(By Aaaonlated Preas.)
OYSTEVR BAY, N. Y., Aug. ll.-Ellhu H.
Ro<it wlll leslgn na Secrptary of Wnr,
the. realgiiatlou to take pffpet about tho
flrst of next .lantiary. He wlll Vio auc
ceeded, 1)1)1689 prc?01l| plnnta mlscarry, by
Judgo Willlam II. Taft, no\v Ooyernor of
tho Phlllpplnes. Judgo Taft's appolntment
?iK Secretary of War would necessltate
the appolntment of a ncw pr^sldont of the
PhiHppino Commlsalon, In, all probablltty
General buke WrlKht would aucceed to
tho presldenc.y of tho comtnlsalon, hls
work as a membcr of the. body havlnfe
been emlnently aulisfactory lo the ad
ViGtims of Paris Catas
trophe Number 100.
Many Women Among Those
whoPerished Under Ground
IN UTTER DARKNESS
Crowds of Passengers Sought to Find
Escape from the Flre and
Smoke, Only to Be Suffocated
or Trampled to Death.
The Whole City in
(Br Amex-Uteil Pr???.)
PARIS, August 11.?Elghty-four bodles
have been recwered and teh death llst
probably wlll exeeed one hundred In the
underground rallway dlsaster whlch oc
eurred here last nlRht.
The accldenf, whlch occurred on the
Metropolltan electrlc rallway assumcd the
proportions of an awful cstastrophe dur
Ing the carly hours to-day, when more
than four-score bodles of the burned and
suffocatcd vlctlms were removed from
the subterranean pasage. The work con
tlnues, and Indlcatlons are that the death
llst wlll prehaps exeeed five-score.
.Long llnes of ambulanc.es were brought
Into requlsltlon, and the bodles wero car
rled to the morguo and the nearby mlll
tary barraeks. After dayllght the crowds
at the entrances to the tunnel Increased
to enormous proportlons, obllglng the po
llce to form a soltd cordon. through whlch
were odmltted only those seeklng to ;den
tlfy thelr relatlves among the vlctlms.
The fallure of many men. women and
chlldren to return home durlng the nlght
gave many the flrst news of the catastto
Fathers and mothers cnmo hurrylng to
phe. Fathers and mothers came hurrying
to the mouths oT fhe" tunnel to try and
flnd the absent ones.
Were Trampled On.
The flremen found a great number of
bodles mnsr.ed nenr the tlcket ofllce of
the statlon, where many had evldently
been overcome whlle seeklng tlckets. They
had been surprlsed by the columns of
smoke, and had sought to run back up
the stone stalrway Ieadlng tc the street.
A struggle had ensued anrl some cscaped,
but the others had been trampled on. Ons
Wpman had fled wlthln the tlcket offlce,
where her body was found. The tlck'jt
?seller herself. succeedlng ln escaplng.
At the statlon of Les Couronnes the
sarne scenes of death and despalr had
been enacted. The accldent occurred n;ld
way between the statlnns of Menllmontant
and I*es Couronnes, so that the work of
Balvago proeoeded from both onds of the
tunnel. In addltlon to the bllndlng smoke
the tunnel helehed forth a terrible heat, a<j
one of the tralns was slowly burnlng'
wlthln. Th flremen succeeded In throwlng
eeveral streams of waler ln th"e dlrectlon
of the wreck, whlle some flremen and
mllltary englneers at great hazard pushed
on Inslde the tunnel.
Further on, the flremen stumbled upnn
the terrible mass of.bodles. These were the
possengers of the burned traln. They had
fled from the conches when tho flre
broke out and groplng through the suffo
catlng clouds of smoke sought the exlt it
Les Courronnes statlon, But the tunnel
makes a sharp turn near the scene of the
dlsaaster. and at tho angle the entlre
mass of humanlty apparently became
tlghtly wedged. Tho panlo whlch took
place at thls polnt wlthln thls dark sub
terranean passago must havo been terri?
M. I/ftplne, prefeot of pollce, mimmoned
n large force of doctors and munlclpal
offlclals, whn superlntended tho removal
of the bodles. The numher of corpses
brought up from the angle where the
mass was wedged was so large that four
and elght bodles were placed ln each am
hulanco. Many of the vlctlms had hand
kerchlefs ftuffed ln thelr mouths, they
havlng evldently trled to keep out the
(Tnntinued on Beventh Page.)
ON ATLANTIC COAST
Vessels Warned Not to Sail
for Gulf or Cuban Ports.
or to Jamalca.
(By Aimnelatecl Pre??.)
WASHI'NGTON, D. O,, Aug. 11.?The
hurrlcane whlch yesterday passed over
San Pomlngo and Mnrtlnlque probably ls
approaohlng the south Cuban coast, wlth
Indlcatlons of recurvlng, but at what an?
gle the Weather Bureau ofllclals are un
ahle to state. A report from Havana at
7 o'eloe.k to-nlght t'Hld that the wlnd waa
hlowlng 36 mllea and hour, and wbh from
the northoast. Tho hurrlcane probably
wlll contlnue ln lts course northward
pomewhere close to tho Florlda penlnsula.
Hurrlcane warnlngs have been sent to
polnts from Port Eads, on the Gulf coast,
around the Florlda coast up as far as
Juplter, and storm warnlngs to Atlantlo
const polnts from Jackwmvllla to Charles
ton, B. C The Weather Bureau regards
lt as extremely unwlse for vessels to sall
for Gulf or Cuban ports, or the Bahamas
Just now. The Btorin was central thls
iinornlng at KiiiKBtuji, Jamalca,
Mlss DeCrlst Tcstffles Beforo
WHY SHE WAS WHIPPED
Showed Welts on Her Back Caused by
Lash, and Told of Attempt to Com
mit Suicide to Escape
(Sperlal to Tho T1me?-Pliip?tch.)
MILLEDGBVII^LE. OA., August 11.
No longer In awo of Warden Allagood
and the latter's wlfe, Mamle DoCrlrt de
clared thls afternoon before thn Iyglsla
tlve Commlttee that lt was not because
she had been Impertlnent to the wlfe of
the warden Oiat fiho was whlpped, but
because Warden Allagood had made ad
vances to her, and because she refused to
obey hlm she was beaten more cruelly
than any femala convlct has ever been
whlpped In the hlstory of the State con?
As tho words fell from the woman's
llps the members of the commlttee gazed
at her lntently. She dld not waver,
though her cheeks blushed crlmson. Then
the eyes of the leglslators Fought War?
den Allagood, agalnst whom the black
charge had been made.
"At flrst I was treated Just as though
a member of the Allagood fajnlly," she
declared. "Then thls man mado propos
als to me. I tcorned hlm. and from that
r.ioment hls treatment changed from that
of a gentleman to that of brutallty and
cruelty lraposslble to descrlbe."
IrtADE 1T HOT.
"About June 1st," Mlss DeCrlst con
tinued. "Captalri Allagood and I were
alone In an upper prlson room. He caught
hold of me and trled to caress me. I
pulled away from hlm and told hlm not to
dare to touch me. He left In anger, and
golng Into the next room he asked me to
ccme ln that room, but I refused, and hur
rled down stalrs. He told me that If I
ever repeated what he had sald he would
make lt hot for me. He certalnly has.
He told me he could whlp me. He dld."
"I was wlthout a fiiend; I had no one
In the world to whom I could go. I knew,
as other eonviet&i had told me, that un
less I ylelded to thls man, who had me
at hls mercy, I would be tortured and
beaten wlthln an lnch of my llfe."
"He went after Dr. Adams and made
hlm examlne me physlcally to see If I
were able to undergo the whlpplng. The
Doctor examlned me and sald he thought
1 could stand the punlshment."
A LEATHFR STRAP.
"Allagood made me lle across the bed
He then whlpped me wlth the leathor
strap. I do not know how many llcks
he struck. I know the beatlng was very
severe. I know the lashes left great
"I had great welts on my body. The
beatlng was admlnlstered upon my back.
For weeks these brulses and welts were
on my body, and for a long tlme I could
not ptt down."
At the request of members of the c.om
mittee Mlss DeCrlst showed her back,
with tho strlpes still unhealed. She alao
told of an attempt to eommit suicide In
order to escapo Warden Allagood. She
sald she cllmbed up on the roof of the
barn for the purpose of throwlng herself
to the ground, and thus end her mlser
able exlstenee. She explalned her fnllure
to klll herself by saylng that as she pre
pared to Jump a rat ran under h;?r
sklrts and she sprang to one Bfde, fall
lng on her feet lnstead of her head.
Irish Linen Merchant Here.
Among the arrlvals ln thls clty jfester
day was Mr. John Rartholomew, of Bol
fast, Ireland, representlng a large flrm
of llnen manufacturers ln the Trlsh clty.
He sold several largo bllls whlle here,
several of the hotels and merchants glv
Ing hlm orders. Belfast ls tbe center of
rnnnufac.ture of the famous Irlsh linen.
IN HENRICO COUNTY
Six Lusty Candldates for Con
stable to Run Foot-Race
S\x lusty constablos, or aspirants for
that offlce, wlll engage In a foot race to
morrow nlght ln Henrleo county, and
accordlng to thelr fleetneto of foot wlll
bo declded thelr capabillty of fllllng tlie
posltion they covet. To the wlnner ls
prcmlsed a majority of votes ln the com
In thls manner wlll be declded, so lt la
argued, a very tough questlon contront
Ing the esteemed folk of Falrfleld DIb
trict. As many as pix candldates have ap
peared for the modest offlce of constablo,
aiid only one can he elected. All of them
are frlends wlth the people, who -would
llko to vote for all bIx. In order to declde
whlch shall be the favored one, the ele
ment of chance has heen Introduced. The
Mx wlll be placod In a llne and started
ruiinJng, and tho man who ls ahead after
half a mlle has been traversed wlll be
declared tho wlnner, and to hlm wlll go
the majority of the votes. The exhibltion
is declared to be a bona (Ide one, and the
constables are gettlng In trlm for the
race. The present constable Is T. H.
Franklln, who is out for re-elcctlon. Those
who wlll be ln tru? race agalnst hlm are
a young man named Brothers, E. J, Ness,
R. H. Hobson, A. T. Crabbins and Johh
The rac? wlll be held Just before a blg
polltlcal meeting at Hardln's Shop. All
candklato*! for all county offices wlll be
present r.nd wlll make srrfeches. The pri?
mary wlll be held on Beptember 8d,
WILL BE LYNCHED
IF HE IS CAPTURED
(By Assoclated Press.)
MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA, August U._
The seven-year-old daughter of A. 1,
Macon, a prominent farmer of North
Hurtson, was assaulted to-day by one of a
party of horse-traders who were encamp
Ing near her home. The chlld wlll dle,
and a large and exclted rnoh ls In pursult
of her asasllant, lle ?rM be lynched If.
, oaptured. t
Strain of Dutles Tells Upon
AGED BY HIS ELECTION
Physician Has Ordered All Audiences
Postponed Until Pope Pius Regains
His Strength?Heart Weaknesa
Aggravated by Fatiguc.
(By Assnclnted Press.)
ROME. August 31.?Just a week hns
elapsed slnce the electlon of Plus X. and
he has been alrearty overrome by the
unaccustomed strain of hls pontlflral du?
tles. Thls mornlng he fainted whlle nt
mass. Hls collapse is consldered to be due
to heart weakness aggravated by fatlgue.
Dr. Dapponl recommended the Pnpe to
take a complete rest. The doctnr has or?
dered all audiences postponed.
The Pope has been over exertlng hlm
self to such an extent that hls naturally
strong constltutlon was unable to bear
the Btraln put upon lt by the coronatlon
ceremonles. Such has been the effect upon
hls nerves that he has been unablo to
sleep for whole nlghts, whlle numerous
receptlons yesterday made matters tt-orse.
Last nlght His Hollness was very much
agltated, stlll he inslsted upon adrrtlttlng
thls mornlng to hear Ws mass all Vene
tlans who had journeyed to Rnme pur
posely to nttend the coronatlon. They
numbered about 300, when the mass hegan
In the Paullne chapel, and the air was
vltlated. wlth the temperature above
PADER AND PAT..ER.
Pope Plus was seen to grow pa)?r and
paler, flnally throwlng out hls honds as
though seeking support. He would have
fallen had not Mbn'slgnor Bressnn, hla
prlvate chaplaln, been qnick to catch hlm.
Fortunately, among the Venetians present
was Dr. Davenezla. who for hlne years
has been the Pope's attendlng physlciaa
Dr. Davenezla gave the Pontlff Imme
dlate asslstance, whlle the messengera
telephoned Dr. Lapponi.
When able to speak agaln the Pope
asked for a few drops of water, whlch
were glven to hlm and water was
Bprlnkled on his face. His gown was
onened at the neck, as he seemed to be
choklng. He refused absolutely, however,
to b? carrled to hls apartment. saylng
he felt sufficlently strorg to walk. The
wav thlther wa- clearitt) and he pro
ceeded slowlv, surroundcd by hls aiixlous
entourage. hls head bent almost on his
shoulder and so pale that the flesh was
scarcelv dlstlngulshable from hls robes.
Although the Pope was much better
thls afternoon. Dr. Lapponl, who vlslted
hlm agaln, thought lt more prudent for
Hls Hollness not to leave hls apartment
and not to go Into the garden of tho
Vatican. as he desired. The doctor fur
ther inslsted on a suspenslon of audi?
Dr. Davenezia, speaklng about the
"If they wlsh our Plus not to succumb,
the Vatican authorltles must cbange thelr
system. They must not obllge hlm to
follow the hablts nf Pojie Leo. The pres?
ent Pontiff needs especlallv plenty of
fresh alr. He must not be shut up ln a
box In a vltlated atmospbere."
The Porjc retlred earller than usual,
saylng that he felt qulte recovered. Hls
intimat.es. howevor. say that. he is much
ehanged slnce hls electlon and seems to
have crown years older. Hls sisters at Ve?
nlce were much alarmed over .the news
of hls Indlsposltlon and have declded to
come toRome to attend hlm.
YOUNG MEN CREATE
fSpeclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
HULDSVTLDE, VAi! Aug. .11.?T.uther
Jennlngs and Jack Snow were brought
here vesterdny and lodged in Jall for dls
turblng publlc worshlp at a Phlmltivn
Baptlst meetlng, held at the brldgo where
the Floyd Turnplke froad cross'es Blg
Reed Island. Thern seemed to be an
abundance of "moonshlno" whlskey wlth?
ln easy reach of the church, and Jen
vlngs and Snow drank, as lf thoy were
expected to oxhaust tho entlro supply.
They soon becnmo beastly drtink, when
they hegan to rave llke madmen, and,
when the offlcers attempted to arrest
them, drew thelr plstols and flred at
them. Fortunately, they were too drunk
to take alm wlth nny certainty, and tho
balls went wlde of the mark Beveral
shots were flred, but no one was hui't, ex
cept Jennlngs, who managed to wound
himself sllghtly In the arm.
WITH A BULLET
IN HIS BRAIN
Suicide of Well-Known Busl
ness Alan at White
(Speclal to The Tlmes-niBpiitoh.l
ARVONIA, VA? August 11.?James S.
Hall, a member of the Whlto-Hnll Com
pany, a well known flrm dolng buslness at
Whltehall, Bucklngham county, for tho
past flfteen years, waa found deud in
bed in his homo here thls mornlng wlth
a hullet hole in hls hoad, lt is thought
that the deceased came to his death by
hls own hands ln a temporury flt of men
Mr. Hall was a nntlvo of New Vork and
had lived much of hls llfe ln Noithem
nnd Westoru cltles. About llfteen yoara
ago he came t" tlilB lll"('e nnr1 b<*Came a
niember of the lf>i'*rt mercuntile and do
veloplng flrm known a? the Whlto-Hnll
Company. Provloua to comlng here Mr.
Hall lived In Kiciuiinnd nnd owned two
teaidencep (here, About ten years ago
ho married Mlsa Cora l-oSuer, a daughtor
of L, B. I.eHucr, a well known mtuolmnt
The body wlll be biirled wlth Masonln
honorB to-morrov art?moon in the cein
etery of tho Presbyterlan Church at Now
Canton. .. ,
At 10 o'clock thls moinlng Mr. Alex.
Duval. eoroner. and Morrls Jones, con
stable, Bljmmoned ?' ?"">' ?nd ?>e'd "? I"
quest over the reroalns, 'Ihe verdlct ren
dered wua that Ihe .leceased caa>? <s> >>J
| death by hls own haJida.
ALTER THE LAWS OR
L. S. CEASE
On Her Warrant He Was Ar
rested Last Nlght.
SHE WILL ASK FOR BOND
This is Said to Be Her Intention, So as
to Protect Herself from Hia Visits.
Was Not Balled at One
o'Clock A. M.
L,. Slhert Ceaaa, wbo was recently mys
terloufly nnd dangeroualy shor, at hla
linmo In Barton Helghta whlle aald to be
In a vlolent atate, was arreated laat nlght
by Offlcera Shepperd and Nelsz, of the Sec
ond Distrlet, on a wa.rrant aworn out by
hls wlfo, Alra. I^ucy B. Ceaae.
Tho warrant charges hlm with helng
drunk and dlsorderly, and recltes that the
complalnant fears bodlly harm at hla
hands. Tho object of the warrant, whlch
was ls-Eued laat Saturday, ls chlefly to
have Cea.ao placcd under a peaca bond.
Slnce hls lnjury, austaJned somo weeks
ago In Barton Helghta, Ceaae, has been
absent from the clty, and no proceedlngs
have been had agalnat hlm. There ls
another warrant out for hls arreat. issued
by a county offlcer nnd ln the handa of
tho county constabulary. Thlsi has not
Went to See Her.
Ifra. Ceaae la now llvlng at No. 6 Eaat
Clay Strept, whera It is aald her husband
made hls nppenrance. Hence the warrant.
At 1 A. M. ball had not been secured, and
Ceaae was held at the pollce atation. It
ls helleevd that bis frlends will take the
matter up and endeavor to prevent fur
tber cause for complalnt.
Young Snyder, brnther of Mtb. Ceaaa,
who was arreated on susplclon of havlng
fired tho shot that fo dangerotisly wound
ed Ceaae at hls homo In Barton Helghta,
nnd who was aubaequently reloaaed on
ball, has not yet come to trial. It ls
Bto'iitly clalmed by frlends of Ceaae that
Snyder dld not do the shootlng. Cease has
apparently recovered from hls woimd.
STRIKERS TO GO
TO BEACH PARK
Arrangements for a blg tlme at Beach
Park tb-morrow, when t>* atreet-cnr
men go flnwn on their excuesion, have
Tho largest crowd of the season la
expccted, aa more than 1,000 Uckets flave
Therp wlll be numeroua speclal nttrac
tlons, Includlng a parachute lenp, T/Uze
danclng, boatlng, ball gnmes, etc.
" The funda raised on thls occaaion wlll
go to the strikprs.
THEIR GOOD BEHAVIOR
(Spoclnl to Tho Tlmes-DIspatch.)
WINBTON-SA17EM, N. C. Aug. 11.
Tho Blohmond excursrkinlsts wlll leavo at
12 o'clock to-nlght for home. The po?
llce aay It has been the most orderiy
crowd that has yot struck thls town. Tho
cnlored vlaltora, ospeolally, have enjoyed
thelr stay herp, and not ono of them waa
FULTON MEN MAY
Each Alleged Rloter. Recently
Exonerated. May Ask
Mr. L. C. Wendenburg, counsel for tho
four men who wero ohnrgcd by tho Paa
aenger nnd Power Company wlth ob
atructlng lts cara, and who were on Mnn
day acrtultted by n Jury, anys that aulla
wlll bo lnstltuted by each of the men
agalnat the company, clalmlng $10,0(10
damngP8 ench for fnlse lmprlsonment.
Thero ls anntbor cnunt agalnat tho men,
that of throwlng and shootlng at the
carH, whlch wlll bo trled at tho Beptem
ber torm of tho Huatlnga Court. Mr.
Wendonburg seemcd conildent that thla
would result ln an acqulttnl, and im
nouncpd that ns aoon na lt wna dlapoaed
of that the sulta would be entered.
No orlmlnnl proaecutlon wlll follow,
aald Mr. Wendenburg, because tha de
fense would bo Irrefutnble, unleas Hanks
nnd Nowman could bo gotton to testlfy
that they wero Induced by tha company
to brlng tha rlot ahout, and thls they
WOUld hardly do.
Effnrts wlll be made, It la aald. to bnvo
the grand Jury liullct flunks and New
miin, if they can bo found nnd brought
back to tho clty.
BURGLARS IN TENNESSEE
ARE WANTED IN VIRGINIA
(Speclal t" TUe Ttni..9-niBpat4'ti.)
DRlrfTOl,, TKN.V., Auguat ll.~r>eteo
tlva SVrlght, "f the Baldwln agenoy, haa
Identlfled tho two. men recently arrested
at Ellzabelhtown, Tenn., aa tha men who
nip wanted ln Vlrglnla for plqwipg and
robblng soveral safcs. Thelr names are
glven aa Rlchnrd Morgan and/ Frank
l'ates, aml they are aald to belong to a
bnnd of Imlf-dozen burglars, wbo have
been operatlng ln Vlrglnla.
Tho (Jetectlve will tako them to Bed
ford Olty for trlnl.
When ai rasteil as a auspect Blcharda ls
aald to have had exploslvea and burg
lar keyu ln hla posaesalon.
JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES.
Rev. B. M. Randolph Passed
Away Yesterday Morning.
FUNERAL AT REDLANDS
Died and Wlll Be Buried at the Old
Home in Fauquier?Dld Fine Work
in Henrico County, Near
The Rev. Buckner Maglll Randolph, rec
tor of Emanuel Eplscopal Church, of Hen?
rico county, and brother of Bishop A. M.
Bandolph, of the Plocoae of Southorn
Vlrglnla, dled at 12:40 o'clock yeaterday
morning at hls old home, Redlands, ln
v Fauquier county.
The immedlato cauae of tho death of
Mr. Randolph was a paralytlc stroke-auf
fered by ? hlm nhout three weeks ago.
Sinco that tlme he had been In a critlcal
condltlon, whlch grndually grew worse.
For tho paat alx months bo had been more
or lessl aerlouoly Indlsposed. Ho clung to
hls work here, however, untll about the
mlddlo of June, when hlB vestry took
matters Into lta own hands and scnt hlm
off to the North for a much needed rest.
He apent two weeks at Capo May. N. J.,
wlth great beneflt. I^nter ho cnmo dnwn
to Redlands, In Fauriuier. hls old home,
whero he was strlcken throe weeks ngo.
Much Regret Felt,
The news of the death of the beloved
reeior wlll brlng a feellng of senae of
peraonal lof?, not alone to hls congraga
tlon, but to mnny others In tho communlty
who knew nnd esteemed hlm hlghly. His
peoplo were much dovoted to hlm, aa ho
waa to them.
Mr. Randolph waa ln the slxty-aecond
year of hls ngo. Ho was born at Eaatern
Vlaw, ln Fauquier county, and wna a
brother of BIshop A. M. Randolph and
Mr. Wllllam Randolph, of Misalsalppl. He
had aerved as rector of Emanuol Church,
ln Henrico county, tlnco 1RS5. Ho mairled
Mlss Bnllle Hnjcton, nnd lenves aeveral
chlldren, hr followa: Professor W, H. Ran?
dolph, prlnclpal of Bt. Albana Hlgh
ScllOOl; Dr. B. M. Randolph, of Phlladel
phla; Mlss Roberta Lee Randolph, Mlss
Mary Randolph and Mra. Mlllor, of Bal
The funeral wlll take pln.ce to-morrow
aftanioon at 8 o'clock at Redlands.
SMALL CHILD DROWNED
IN A TUB OF WATER
ffipeclnl to The Tlmea-Dlspatch.)
BABTSBURY, N. C, Aug. ll.?Whlte
plnylng In tho yard In whlch lta mother
was dolng aome famlly waablng on I'iI
day laat, tho flve-year-old chlld of Mr.
nnd Mra. Jonea Whorton, of thls county,
was drownnd In a tub of wnter. Tlie
mothor had left tho 11U1? ona 'or on.y
n faw mlnutes whlle shs went ln n
the house to look aftor somo houaehold
dutles, nnd upon her return found 'he
chlld on lta head In the water, thougn
only a amall atnount was In the tub at
tha tlme, Tho chlld had |oat lta niit
nnca whllo leanlng nver and waa unabla
to lltt Itaelf from tho tub.
WAS COSTLY ALSO
Judgo Edrnund 'Waddlll, Jr., .slttlng In
the Distrlet Court of the l.'nlted States,
yesterday handed down his oplnlon In
tha admlralty caae of Ulysses S. Rublns'
ndmlnlatrator and ttlvln Randall's ml ?
mlnlatrator vs. tho Bteamshtp C'harlotte,
of the Chesapeake Btenmboat Company,
flndlng for tho plnlntlffa nnd tlxlng tho
damages for the deaiha of tho two men,
both of whom wero colored. Aa reviaw
Ing tho wages pald the men nnd tho
number dependent upon each. the court
uwards Roblnn' helis $1,800 and. Kan
dall's S&00. Messrs. B. L. Kelley. of (hls
clty, and Thomna II. Kdwarda. of Wpat
Polnt. nre counael for tha plaiiitllts.
The caae la more or less famlllar.
grosvlng out of tho dPUbly fHtal oplliaion
|n York Blver on the morning of August
3n, moj, of tha ateamer f'harlotto an'il
tha aohooner Ahnla M Tlarrts, whereby
the Hurrls waa aunk and th>> two men,
whose belrs aued, w?rj drown.d. Roblm;
wna mate of tho achoonei' and Ramittll <i
Speech of John Temple
Graves. of Georgia.
Address Dellvered at Chau
tauqua. N. Y.. Conference
THE MOB SPIRIT
IN THE SOUTH
Mr, Graves' Splendld Orarlon Wa?
Listened to With Closest Attention,
and Little Else Was Talked
About After its Delivory.
Heard the Truth for
the Flrst Time,
(By Associated Press.)
CHAUTAUQUA, Augus* U.-The fean
tures of the day'a prooeedlnga at the)
Chautauqua was tho speech of John Tem
plo Graves, of Georgia, on the qucstlon ofi
lynchlng in the South, and the meana
r.ecessary to prevent lt. It was a moBt
remarkable speech?perhaps the mo?t re
markablo whlch has been dellvered on thla
question before a Northern audience, and
to say that tho speaker was llatened to
wlth terise interest and that his words
mado a deep lmpression on hia hearera
ls well wlthln the truth.
Mr. Graves ls an. orator of no mean
power. Hls evldent earrvestness and full
bellef in tho truth of what he was say?
lng Impressed oven those who totally dls
agreo wlth hlm ln hls concluslons, and they
Little else was talked of nt the Chau
tauqua after tho address except what
Mr. Graves had sald. It was generally
npreed that the Oeorgian had mado out
tho strongest caso posslble for thoso who
defend lynchlng tinder extremely aggra?
vated clrcumstances. But thn foeling here
ia that no clrcumstanco wlll ju&tlfy mob
law. His clear expositlon of the danger
from tho great number of hrutallzed ne
groes ln tha/ South was glveri eloso atten?
tion. A great many ln attendance at the
Chautauqua heard the truth enumerated
by Mr. Graves for the flrst time.
Regardless of tho subject matter of hla
speech, Mr. Graves nutde a dlstlnctly
good lmpression, and after he had left
tho speakers' ftand he was the center of
an enger crowd, who wanted to know
moro of tho matter of whlch he had been
spoaldng. The Georglan had no heslta
tlpn In answerlng all the questions asked
MR. GRAVES' SPETSCH. I
The tlme ls propitlous for tho dlBCua
sion, whlch the chautauqua has planned.
Wft have fallen upon broad and liberal
days. Tho records of the Spanlsh-Amerl
can war have removod from the Northern
mlnd tho last llngorlng eusrjlplon of the
loynlty and devotlon of the South to tne
Unlnn. The dlstrlbution of the nogro
through the Northern States has mado a
better acaualntanco with tho merlts and
capaclUea of the raco. Tho pollcy of
Prcsident Roosovelt tnward tho negro
problom has uneovered a revolutlon of
publlc aentlment upon that questlon
throughout tho republlc.
Tho natlonallzatlon of the mob splrlt
has brought tho people tosether In a aplrit
of ludlclal inqulry, and the tlme has come
when wlth many llluslons dlspelled. and,
wlth mnny prejudlcas destroyed. we can
nssemblo ourselves together from every
sectlon of tho country to diacuas remo
<ileg without passlon and to seek and to
speak tho open truth without bltterneaa
and nbsolutely without feur,
Tho mob has broken tho barriors ot
sectlon. nnd lynchlng ls at last a natlonai
crlmo. The splrlt of lawlessness ls clear
ly an evll of the tlmes. Tho touch.of tn?
mob has mado tho ropublio kln. For every
Newnan thore Is a Wllmlngton. For Pal
motto, In Georgia. KunBas has Its
Leavensworth. 8am Hoso Ia matched by
Alex Whlte. The Evansvlllo rlota surpass
tho rlots in Carollna. The moh that shoota
ln Mlsslsslppl ls nnswerod by the mob
that slays In Dunvllle, III., Akron, Ohlo,
stortna a negro's refugo In, Jn.ll almost
wlthln slght of Cnnton, where sleeps the
martyr Presldent?the beat belovod man
who has occuplod the Whlte, House alnco
the Father of Hls Country. Pana and
I'arteravlllo thrust thelr murdorous Wln
chestors Into tho black faces of tho work
men who come to delvo tlie mlnes of 1111?
nnls. A mob ln Chlcngo, ready wlth ropo,
ohases a negro through the streets. New
S'ork, the metropolls and the cosmopolla
of our world, has Its central sectlon fmm
Thirtleth Strcetto Thlrty-flfth. torn by a
raoa rlot ns flerco,and as relentless as
ever rnged ln New Orleans. And oven In
Bprlngfi'old, Mass.?rlght In New Eng
lnnd's noble heart?the pollce battalioiis
bnttled hnlf the nlght to rescjta from the
lynohers a blbulous cltlznn who with a
swlpa of a broken beer Rlasa had nlpped
from Its place anothev New Englund
gentleman's nbtruslvp nOB9. The quettiort
?has come hoiuo to the country at last.
And so in a splrlt without recrlmlna
tlon w* emerge from our *eparate glasa
houses nqt tn thrnw stones at the dwelllng
acrosrt the way, but to examlne our lossas
and 10 recasl our common dofenses for
the future of the State.
Not in thls goneratlon have questions
once sectional been ampUfled Into a larger
natlonai Uitorest, and If Provldence, in
deed has gprlnkled prnblema thlck upon
the boaom ot the republlc. it has in ln
finlte wlsdoni broudeiiod the. vlsioa and
llberalizfd ihe mlnd of the people to golvgj
Tho splrlt of truth ls the splrlt of the
hour, Not truoujence, nor temporlzlns.
nor tlme servlng, nor ternper. but fnct?
cohl plear, resoiute. remoraeless fact?ls
what theae tlmes aud thls poople now
demimd. ... ., l
lt tho splrlt of lynchlng had its flrst
exprosslon, lu tho South, lt ls due to
caiises whlch niny be easlly understood.
Tha South is not predisposeo to lawless
11088 ov KlviMi to Vlo|eilC9, Its ternper Ib
f.ii'r. and lt has eprlohed the repuMia
wlth tha names ot great Jurisi*. and th?
country a statute l>""k with tlu> rocord
of wiso and equltable laws.
I put ln evl<lenirt her.j the fact that
the Rnutheiu people have held wonian tn
pecullar and almost romantlc esteeni. I
am free by Uie rocprd to ussert that no
neoule tt> hUtory have over oompa?#?<l
Wlth great.r to,icle.Te? uuj wllh raore
reverenUal oblvuiry tho f^majeai of th?lr
race Noxt to th.> .rtvliilly of Christ. the
gentleman of the old S.iuth always wor
Bhlpped (ho women of hls rac?. He rnay
not have loved them always wlsely, but
be alwavs loved them pansijig well. To
thls flii" old product tli<- se< of hls motlisr
carHetl wii i It a reverence that made h?r
DPlj a liul? jower ihau tl.o uu??ls. H?r