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Barksdalo Pure Election Law
Effectlve at tyome Offlce.
NO BRIBERY AT HOUSTON
Ucy and Edmondson Declared the
Nomlnoes?Qarrelt Nomlnated for
the House in the Franklln
<Speclal to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
HOUSTON, A-A? August Zi.?The pri?
mary election wns held ln Hallfax to
day. Thero was no opposltlon to county
offlcers except commlssibnors of tho rov
onuo ln two dlstrlcts, nor to Lnoy and
Edmondson. leglslatlvo candidates, and
thoy have been declared tho nomlneoa.
There wero several strong flghts for
supervlsor of tho severaf dlstriots, 'an_t
a florco ono in thls district, in whlch i's
sltunted Houston, South Boston. R. S.
Barbo.tr won over A. B. Andorson by DO
?h"w Quarles waa elected commls?
sloner ot revenue ln thls district by a
bTh'e Barksdalo pure election law at thls,
the home, preclnct of fts author, was
absolutely effoctlvo, and for tlio flrst
timo In yea-B thero was not a chargo or
susplclon of bribery or corruptlon.
THE FRANKLIN PRIMARIES
Garrett Nomlnated for the House?Re
publlcans to Nominate.
(Spocial to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
ROCKY MOUNT, VA., August 2_.-Tho
primary passed off qiuetly here to-day.
The nominees, except clerk. for .whloh
there was ho contest, aro as follows.
Garrett, for House of Delegates; D llard,
for Commonwealth's attorney; Nlcho
son for sherlff. There was no opposl
Sor. ln the primary to tho present trons
UTho Repuhlleans meet on September 7th,
court days ln conventlon. to put out candl
So.es for county and State offlcers.
MlDDUgSEX AND HATHEWS
None of Ihe Northern Neck Counties
Adopt Primary Plan.
(Spocial to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
IRV1NGTON, VA., Aug. 22.-AV. R.
Chownlng, of MIddlosox. has ^nounced
hlmsolf as a candldate for the Iioue
nt D-lecates from Mlddlesex ano iiai
thews oounUes. Tho present representa?
tiveT AV H. Lawson, ls from tho samo
nellhborhood, and ho and Dolegate G.
y Hunley. df Mathews. aro both can
dTheesc two counties were out ln tho
same district at the lnst reappolntment.
Walker aiyj Delegate Lyell. from he
Northern neck, wlll have no opposltlon
to re-el-ctlon wlthin the party ranks
Northumberland ls-expected to claim the
House nomlnatlons, as AVestmoreland has.
had lt several terms.
Although the Mny conventlon primary
movement was overwhelmlngly endorsed
in the section. so far none T.C the counties
of the Norther Neck have adopted tho
primary for county nomlnatlon.
Nomination Awarded to N. C. McGee
Over William Garth.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VAV. Aug. 22.
The County Democratic Co*BBw;ee, at 11
O'clock this morning awarded l>* siomi
rtlon for county treasurer to Mr. N.
McGee over Mr. AVilliam Garth, the
contestant, bv a mujorlty of IT votes.
Whlle there hns been somo talk of car?
rying the matter before tho State Demo?
cratic Committeo. lt Is belioved that tho
friends of Mr. Onrth wlll declde to ac?
cept the result and glvo thelr loynl sup?
port. to tho nomlnee,
GOT AWAY TOO SOON
. The San Jacinto Took Water Wlthout
(By Assoclated Press.)
CHESTER, PA? August 22.?What
mlght have boen a serious accldont oc?
curred to-day nt tho launchlng of the
steamshlp San Jacinto at R.oachs' shlp
yard. Wh.le- the. workmen wero suwlnj.
the cradle Jalocks''tho huge hull snapped
her cables and slld dcAvn thc- ways Into
thc Delawaro Rlver. Sho carrled wlth her
all tho crlbblng, tackle, masts and poles
UFed to keep her In plnce. The creuklng
of the vessel warned tho workmen, nnd
n hundred of them Jumped for their llves.
No one was injured. Tho shlp sllpped
away beforo Mlss Sura Schuyler Long,
her tponsor, could chrlsten hor.
Annuai Event at Wythevllle Was Greatly
Fnjoyed by All.
(Special toTho Tlmes-Dlfepatch.)
WYTHEA'ILLE, Aug. 22.?Last nlght
?was celebrated at Rexton's Hall a soclal
event- whlch is always one of tho most
pleasant features of the soclal season In
Wythevllle. Thls was tho ladles' ger?
man. The ladles Invlted thelr oscoris.
and a goodly company wus gathered to
partako of tholr hospltallty. Thn gor?
man was led by Messrs. E. Lee Trlnkle
and J. Garland Rexton.
The couples were:
Mrs. Meanley, of Ulchmond. with air.
J. Garland Saxton: Miss Tunstall. nf
Norfolk. wllh Mr. K. Lee Trinklo; Mlss
Mabel Walker, of New Orleans, wlth
Mr. Harry ftobliwon, of f?ftv^i**n_.
Fortsmoutli; miss jaVnJ_ Mh.v Preston
Koi.v-Ml-s Brownlo Miller wllh Mr.
r_m,..' 11? i"nrker nf Now Orleans; Miss
iZ In'kion? n' Rlchmnnd, wllh Mr. Wil*
fifth. S Trlnhloi Miss Sndlo Randolph,
or Baton o. e. Boulsl.i.n, wlth Mr.
vs-llllnn.W .Miller, of Uostun, M.iss.: Miss
Katlo Wnkns, of Mllton, N. C..A wllh
Mr (.11. Heuser: Miss Myr.t Clwmbers,
of Rlchmond. wlth Mr. Roborl ?J??W_l
of Marion; Miss Petn ber ton. Ot;/ft?P"?*
vlllo. N. C; wlth Mr. Davis, of Potors
b rg: MI. s Hardy, of Norfolk, wlth Mr.
Charles Tunstnll, of Norfolk; Missi Ann.i.
Glenves wlth Mr. Robert W. AV lllanis!
Ml?s AVIIlov Wnlker Jordnn wlth Mr.
Altrod C. Mooro; Mlas Watson, otvPti*
lnski. wlth Mr. Roy AV. Sextonl Mrs.
Charles Topplno, Jr., of Now Orloan.,
wllh Mr. Floming K. Rlch. " , _r
Slngs-Judgo Willinrn 13. lEiilton, Mr.
Robert AV. Blalr nnd Mr. Davld Sulllns
Blalr. _,, ., ?.
Chnperoncs?Mrs, Norman Wnllcet, oi
Now Orleans: -Mrs. Parkor, of Now Or
icnns, and Mrs. Patrlck, of New Orleans.
Soveral llttlo pnrt'.os Vferc nl'tnligocl
from the different bonrdlng housos foi
nfter-gorman suppers. .;.
Tho nnuiil bovs' bnl poiidre german will
be glven Tucsd.iy nlght.
Mny Move tho Shops.
(Spoclnl to Tho Tlmes-plspalch.)
OHARL<T.TF._VI-.U-, VA? AUg. 22.
A 'roport ls ciinent hero to-day that the
Southern Rallway pUi'poso9-ti5 remove.it
shoos from Monroo tn thls ci(>. tlie
central polnt of tho AViishlngton and
Whether thls ho truo or not, a num
DEAD AT 73 YEARS
(Contltuiod from Flrst Page.)
hTw-S the very porsoniflciitlou of a
hard tlghtor. Thls was ln lS^
No Meteoric Rise.
Hls wns no motoorlc rlse. IW tOtlghj
tlftcen years to galn Higher pl.ee than
ihat of a member of tho Il0"=?
Common.. ln US. ho was mn o
Seeretary for Indln. In ?? ? ?
fatl r ?iod, and shortly ilto^J ? ?
n tlio mldstof a hoated a^^jSffii
mons, ho was'lntorrup ed and ciillo W
tlio lobby nnd Informed of ?\c *?lhn"
blq brother. Then ho succeeded W tlio
&S^d tho woalth nnd osta o n tl
chlcf plac. of tho House of Lecll. a.d
moved from tho Houso of Commons to
Aftor tho Berlln conferonco. whero as
Brltaln's reprosontallvo ho checkmated
so iroii-wllled a dlplomnt as Bismarck ln
tho lattor's deslre to dlsmembor lurkes,
ho returned to England, and waai tho
logleal successor of Lord Beaconsfleld
ns the leador of the Coneorvat.ro party.
Hls flrst term ns Premler wns brlor
froni 188B tn i.SC-but In that tlme he
nrcv.ed Hlmself n. great lender, nnd whon
llio Consorvatlvos returned hlm lo power
ln 18S7. hls tonuro of offlce litsted untll
1802. Then hc gavo way to Glndstono nnd
followed hlm In lSOS. Tho close of tho
Hoer wnr found hlm ready t.i stop down
from power. Thls ho regardod as tho
bor of the Southern frelght crews aro now
belnsr relayed here, and thls change mis
brought to Charlottesvllle some twenty
flve .umllies durlng tho past threo weeks.
Tbo offlcials hero do not contlrm the
rumorcd removnl, saylng thnt the pres?
ent arrangement ls temporary nnd wlll,
in All pobablllty, contlnue only until iho
cornplotlon of tlie dnuble-trncklng of the
road between Orange nnd Alexandrla.
MR. CLAYTON HAS
. RETURNED TO MEXICO
(By Assoclated Press.)
MEXICO CITY, August 22,?Unlted
States Ambassador Clayton has returned
from hls trip to tho States. Ho ls in
vory poor health.
ONE THOUSAND AND
A SILVER TRUMPET
(Speclnl to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
LEXINGTON, VA., Aug. 22.-Tho rncing
team of tho Lexlngton flre depnrtme.it
roturnod homo thls morning from Pnn
vlll. much elalnd over wlnnlng tho Stato
raco, wlth .1,000 und sll.er trumpet.
Cincinnatl Llv. ryriK-n's Protootlve As?
soclatlon. an orgonlzatlon comprlslng ln
lts m.mbcrshlp almost every llvery sta?
ble keoper and undertaker in tho city,
has declded to ostabllsh a uniform prlce
of .5 a carrlago, oommonolnnjj Soptempor
lst. for all carrlagcs hlrea for funeral
crownlng oventof hls long cnreer. he hnd
Interided stnying in power until after tho
coronatton of Edward, but as tho coro
natlon wus pnstponed, ho docldcd to retlro
nt once. Ho named hls successor, hls
Lord Sallsbury wns conslstenly a Con
sbryatlyo ln the matter of homo affalrs.
Ho wns the enemy always of homo rule,
tho champlon of a pollcy of protectlon for
Brltlsh lndustrles, and a flrm upholdor of
gold as tho standard metal. But ln forelgn
affalrs ho was agrcsslve and radlcal. Ho
was favorahlo to addlng n?w terrltory to
tho Emplrc. In the matter of the Venezue
lan controversy alone did ho ovor rscede
from thls a.resslve positlon. Then ho ad?
mltted tho valldity of the Alonroo Doc
FREREDICKSBURG, VA.. Ajig. 22.
The resldence of Mr. William Swlft, in
Spottjylvaiiia coii.ily, was dostroyed by
flro thls week.
Mr, L, T. Roblnson, of lower Fauquler
county, lost his barn, atnblo and corn
houso by Hro a fow days ago.
Another CouncIL Jiuiioii Order Unltod
Amerlcan Meohanics. has beon Instltuted
ln Potnmnn Distiict, in King George coun
tv, wlth nlnetoen members.
(Special to The iimos-Dlspatch.)
FRKRFDlciCSnURG, VA,, Aug. 22.?
Miss Virginia S. Hondarson, of King
George county, will bo rnarrled on Tugb
dav evenlng, next at S o'.xncK at Poto
mac Raptjfjt Church, ln that county, to
Mr. C. T. Taylor, of Plttsburg, Pa,
VOU 0_A_F4 3"U_?E:L_V
Umm to Nafure
A new era In Talklng Ma
chlnes. The Victor, whlch was
already far ln advance of every
other, now prodnces moro tono
end better tone?flnner, loud
it. cleurer, rnorc naturul, rlch
er, truer. The A'ictor Talklng
Machlne has become, more than
ever, a muelcal lnttrument.'
Our Greatest Piano Sa
At tbo prlces wo ran now mako, tho suvlngs
offered you aro all the way from .125 to $200.
Our easy-pnymont plan Is not suspendeil. All Ihe
world's greatest makes are represented.
108 EAST BROAD STREET.
LARGEST AND OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH.
'??(Contliiuod from Flrst Page.)
starbonrd tnck. It wns a ningnlflcoht
slght as thoy plungod seaward in tho
twolvo knot zrooze, poundlng fountalns of
sprny from tholr boiva and loanlng to lt
untll the wator BWhied nnd bubblod along"
thelr leo ralls, Tlm crews wero plled up
alortg the weather sldo to hold the great
raclng mnchinos up. .
The f&w mlnutes of tho tllresh to wlnd?
ward were walched wlth Inton.o Interest.
Both were footlng llko mad. They showed
yards of thelr underbodlos, and shlppod
n good deal of sprny ancl somo solld water
forward. ,, ? .
But aftor flfteen mlnutes of salllng tholr
posltlons had not varled percoptlbly. and
there wns. alarm among tho oxperts.
Those who had expected to seo tho Reli?
ance walk away from her advorsary, as
a result of last Thursday's showlng, were
dlsappolnted. Tho Shamrock hung on
wlth bull-dog tenactty, and tnck aftor
tack sho seemed to bo holdlng hor own.
For thlrteen mlles chnllonger nnd chnl
lenged fought out tho mngnlflcent duel,
salllng between two lnnes of oxcursion
boats, as froe from Interferonce aB If
they had been in tho mlddle of the At?
lantlc. All the 'tlmo tho wlnd wns In?
creaslng, and tho whlto caps were whlten
injc tho wavos ln tumbled ardor.
The crltical polnt In tho raco came at
12i40 P. __.', a llttlo less than two hourti
after the s.art. The mnrk waa less than
two .mlles away, and tho rolatlve posl?
tlons of the boats wero about the same.
Both were on tho starboard tack, the Re?
liance ahead, 'but to leeward. Suddenly
the wlnd dropped nncl hauled a trlfle to
tho west. The shlft cnablod the yachts to
head up for the mark, wlth tho Rellanco
In the lead by nbout MO yards. Thls was
the only thlng whlch marred an othorwlse
truly aalled raco. But from that tlme on
the Reliance steadlly Increased her lead
In the wlndward work untll she was
three-quarters of a mile ahead. As' sho
rounded tho outor mark, the whlstlos,
slrens, bands and tho volces of tho un
numhered thousands on the excurslon
fleet swelled into a vast chorus.
Turnlng for home, hor splnnaker boom
polsed along tho mn.t llko a lanco at rest.
fell to port, and the blg sall burot out
llke a cloud, whllo at the same moment
her enormous bnlloon Jlb topsail bellled
out forwnrd. Tho smnrt work of the
Tankoes cheered the crowd, but a mo?
ment nfterwards thore was cllsmay, when
tho guy whlch held tho splnnaker polo
parted or was carried away. Tho enor?
mous sall soared aloft nnd tumblod over
the Jlb topsail stay, collapslng like an
ompty meal sack. But the spar wa& soon
hauled back Into place, and then, wlth her
three balloon salls settlng llko plaster,
the stately yacht sped homeward before
the followlng wlnd llko a scared doer.
The fleet remnlned to saluto tho Sham?
rock as she rounded, and then, wlth a
Jlngle of bells ln tho engine-rooms,
scampered away for the flnlsh line to be
ln at the death.
In setting her balloon Jlb the Shom
rock encountered another piece of bad
luck. Ono of the stops woult. ndt brenk
out nnd the sall hung for somo minutes
like a llmp rag on tho stay. AVhcn both
had been squared away for home lt was
seen that'tho T.elinnco was mnklng a
runawny raco of It.. AVIth her crew aft
to keep her hend up. she sklmmed along
the surface of the'water llko a gtffl wllh
outstretched pialons. leaving tho Shnm
rock farther and farther astern. Tho
pnco was so fast thnt many of the tugs
nnd not a few of tho steam yachts wero
The scene at the flnlsh was soul-stlr
rlng. Under her towcrlng cloud of can
vas, rolllng rythmically ln the swell, the
Pellancc bounded across tho vlewless
flnlsh llne like a queen. The excursion
boats gathered there falrly nwakenod
tho echoes wlth tho terrlfic din whlch
thev let loose. Such pendomonitim cnn
only bo heard when an American yacht
ls vlctorlous in a cup race.
Then the immense concourse of vessclR
walted ..rilll tho Shnmrock, mnjestlc ovon
ln defcai. swept by botween the stako
boats. The reception sho received was,
lf anything. moro hearty than that ac
corded lo her successful rlval.
THE RACE IN DETA1L
Challenger Got Across Line Few Sec?
onds in Lead.
.Bv Assoclated Press. 1
NEW YORK, August __.(-Reliance load
Ing thn way and Shnmrock III. hanglng
to her lee tiuartor, tho two racers sllpped
across the llne. took a Whlrl around the
L'nlqiio nl tho further end of it, ond
Shnmrock III. now taking tho lead.'ran
closo hnulc . along the leo slde of the
slnrtlng Hne. At the flash of tho nnvlga
tor's gun at 11U8 both Ijlffed across tho
line. Rellanco was four seconds behlnd
or. wlndward quarter. The nftlclnl start
Ing tlme was:
Shnmrock III.. 11:45:17.
Rollance, 11:15:21. . , . _ ,
'Both got away on tho starboard tack,
carrying thrc. lower salls. and club top
salls. the Hellance a baby j.b topsnil.
AVhnt followed was the prettiest. closost
and most hurd fought tltteen mlles throsh
to wlndward that has been wltnessed in
these hlstorlc waters for many a day.
For nenrly half an hour they held on
ono tnck. und. durlns all that ime tha
rrost ucire ..Wpver onnUi not delect
that. thelr relatlvo posltions had varled
more th.-.u half the length of elther of
thom. Shnmrock III. held the lead under
the lee how of R.ltance. but cou d not add
en Inch lo lt. Noithor could Hellance, nl
though In tho weather posltlon. Het past
the loader. nnnts a?d sklppers wero
just qbout an hour aftor tta _mrt
when Ihe yachts had covered newls sl
tho dlstance to the outor ronrk, oppor
.nul.y was ufforded to note how los tho
contest roallv wns. Rellance and Sham.
rock IU. were. "wW^Zf other
wlth the former on the sUibon d tack
and havlng tho flght of way. A he
n.uroil one ouother lt ??>? / ,c ' '
whlch was leadlng. Shamrock 111. waa
forced togo abo Btto ?J ?el[ n^Z
One hour'i work ?'^.,g,,,,at tack for
advnntage. 'l'l?y h ? ? Bl,rtdonly
twenty minutes Bham?otK /? , ?
went about and R??a;j? J* 'urn l0 hor
only to .co Sh.unrook 11^ ?
former course. piuinu ?? ,..>r..niii.i
NVii,,,,,', trlck to shako of hOatdof;.,h..
which must havo been '.'". _
hlanket Ihe British boat. as ? . n . s
Shamroo III. got clear of Rollance, sho
lny a parttllel course, They woro south*
west of the hiark itud hoadlng toward tho
Jorsoy eonst, when the wlnd suddenly
Rhlttod frotn south sotithwost to sotllh
by west, threo jihlnts. Thls placed Ho*
lmnco ln a Wlndwnrd posltloiu lt wns
clear tnck, and.gavo tho dateiidor a? di?*
tlnct ftdvantftge. Bhnmrock Ut. held on
her eourso toward tho Jorsoy shore niici
Hellnnee eroRsod hor bow n _t?r!j_rt*_i_
mllo to tho wlndwnrd ot hor. Both honts
thon mado shnrt hltnhcs lo tho turninK
tnnrk nnd Hellnnee rounded It three tnin
utos and twonty socontls ln ndvttnce or
tho challongor. Thls, wlth tho fmir soc
Olid.' loss nt the start, gftVfl Hellwioo
throo. mlinitos and Iwonty-four secotuis
Around the Turn.
Onco nroiind tho mnrk, Rollaiice hroke
out hor balloon Jlb top-snll, ftwung out hor
"splnnnkof polo and broke out hor spin
nakor for tt run dead boforo Iho wlnd to
the flnlsh llno. Tho _pl_?__6. ffd.o switug
out ahead of her, In tho nlr, and thn
blg snll hung ln looso tolds across hor
jlb topsnll stny. For n mlnuto It looked ns
though sho woro In serlous dlfflculty, lhe
polo wns hnulod nft to Its propor posltion,
nnd tho splnnaker bognn to do lts worK.
Rollnnco was throo-quarters of a mllo
ahoad when Shamrock Hl. turned tho
mnrk nnd broko out hor bnlloon Jlb top?
snll. Tho uppor part ot it rofusod tn break
otlt nnd stlll hung' ln stops, but only tor
a fow seconds. ,' .
Durlng nll or tho flftoon mllo run whlch
tho yachts covored nt a twolvo knot cll|.
Rollnnco steadlly nnd perslstontly crawl?
ed nwny from tho now hopolessly beaten
Elght mlnutes nnd flfty-slx seconds
later tho plucky challongor followed hor
ncross tho llno nnd rd.e_.ed tho saluto.
of tho entlro fleet. Tho surnmary (offl
Rellnnco-Stnrt, 11:15:21; turn, 3:55:10;
flnlsh. 3:17:88; olnpsed tlmo, 3:22:17. Shnm
rock nr.-Stnrt, 11:15:17; turn, 1:58:30;
flnlsh, 3:2G:34; olapsod tlme. 3:41:17.
It ls'expected that the next race will be
salled on Monday.
SIR THOMAS GAHE
Disappointed, but Hopes Yet- to Wln
(By Assoclutcd Pro?i.)
SANDY HOOK. N. J., Aug. 22.?Slr
Thomas Ltpton sald wlth a smllo to tho
Assoclnted Press correspondont:
"We woro beaten falrly nnd squarely.
It wns splendld wenther and Shamrock
did not do ns wc. as I had expected she
would In tho race to' wlndward and ro
turn. I appreciate the splendld manner
In whlch my boat was handled. Ro?
llnnco is a wonderful yacht. My confl
donce ln Shamrock, however, Is not
shnken. nnd I hope sho will yet mnko
a much better showlng."
WILL BE REMEASURED
Shamrock Must Be Measured Wlth
(By Aftioclnted I'reiu.)
NEW YORK, Aug. 22.?Shamrock III.
wlll bo remeaaured ln Erlo Baaln Mon?
day mornlng ln tho presence of a repre
sentatlvo of the Reliance. Lowls Cass
Ledyard, chalrman of the Raclng Com?
mlttee of tho New York Yacht Club, no?
tlfled Shearman Crawford, vlce-com
modoro of tho Royal Ulster Yacht Squad
ron, to that effect In a telegram. In whlch
lt was proposed thnt the Shamrock III.
should start to-day subject to the now
measuroment to bo taken on Monday.
Thls was accepted by Mr. Crawford,
who Bald that the challenger had been
measured wlthout anchor and chaln, as
requlred hy tho rules. Thls oversight
was reported by Mr. Crawford to Mr.
Iselln and to tho Regatta Committeo.
Whon Shamrock III. waa flrst mea?
sured, the hatches had to be r.movcd.
and two llght-welght men suhstltuted
for two heavlor ones In the crew. to keep
the water llne insldo of nlnoty feet. Thls
brought her up to 89.81 feot. Tho an?
chor nnd chaln welgh as much as two
men, and It is thought that when tho
yacht Is remeasured there-wlll be somo
dlfllculty gettlng Inslde the water-llno
I Uwin C/iy jEeague. 1
Clubs: Won. Lost. P.C.
Swansboro . 13 7 ,fi;0
Olymplas.12 7 .032
N. S. Stars.II ? ??'"8
AVyanokos . 8 1 ,44'l
Ohvors . S }} A*i
Pontlacs . 7 14 ..>M
Swansboro, 9; Olympia. 8.
Swansboro and tho Olymp'a. played a
game, at Lee Monument Held, *J e former
wlnnlng by tho score of I) to * Tho foa
turcs of the gamo woro the p attlng of
Baur for Olympla, and Lowry. for Swans?
boro. ? r, _r ,-.
Score: ?? tt, H. L.
Olympla . 0 1 0 0 0 B 0 3 0-S 11 7
Swansboro .0 0 0 0 7 0 0 2 x-0 0 0
Batterles: Swansboro?Jonos and Hu?
band; Olymplas?liowlo and Shelton.
Wynnok es, II: PoHire'f, 10.
Tho Pontlacs and AVyanokos played at
Broad-Street Park, the AVyauokes wlnnlng
by tho score of 11 to 10, In a ton-inntng
g-imo The features of the gamo woro
iho battlng of Sharp and tho all round
work of AA'lntoi and Lumsden, for tho
Wyanokos. nnd the battlng ot Ford and
the fleldlng ot Jamos Cuillnan, for tho
Pontlacs. _. T.T ?
Scoro: rc- *i. vj.
Rontlaos . * 3 \"? _>..,. I.,0-,1)0 }o .
Wyanokos.1 0 3 .10 0 2 0 0 1-11 II
Ratterlea: Ponilai*., Crawford and
TME C0L-&.BIA TYPE\.R1TER
|~^vi_rrBLE"wRI' ING." \
E_o__M_u_o~w~~,..?._?..?_ril .?? ??li.i??
Tho Cohimbln Tvpowrher Mnniifnot
ing Co. cnn now supply your deninnd.
sinnrtlrd^KiVS*nx4< wrltlng nlriet. c.aracteri.
Blnel* Hblft imd Shlft Look Key. .
H_b Sneofl. . erm.nt'iit iillanmeiit.
wiilt- lype-bur liporln...
3 alHn.o tvpe-DiirJ, cany iictlon, ?bort dlp.
'.!.. . pncllit? ??d carrl-Be rBturn . Imult..
.utomutfc naragropnlngj , ,, _
? ... iii.t_ntlr rcmnved mi'I roplnrod.
,1, iS. Ing or mu.-iiln- ?ud Bull Alarm.
it lc t m: ?or u.?v.luai ????.
. troiiu luunlfoliU'l'.
"pT^fpypQ-T. 'O Ag.AI. Ofi u^
E. H. CLOWES ?? i2 e'As"c
Southern Mgr. I l?
COMING IN TRIUMPHANT RETURN
THE ftM[EUR CIBCUS
Oreater, Oraiidef and More dorgeou* Than Ever Before 1
'l'he Show thttfc uevor d.__.p.ioints. Kvory featuro just n_ advortlsod.
A mammoth exhlbltion o(
Mlghty Monsler Mnrvels of a
inngnlttiile hlthorto unaur
Tht World's Moi! Wondir -
ful Amutemet.. Entsrprlit
A Fairylnnd for the ohll?
dron. A sourco of dcllght to
Spcctnlly engaged for thls
THE QREAT DE VAN,
tho wptylor of two contlnents,
tn hls sensatlonal acrlal act,
"Tho Denth Dofylng Heol
Swlng," ln whlch the perform
cr convorts hlmself lnto a hu?
man whlrluglg whllo suspend
ed GO feet ln mld-nlr.
Famous People of the Arena
Captain FRANK AV. CUN
N1NOHAM, tho Chesterfleld of
CHARLES H. PHILLIP8,
tho modern Dan Rlce.
MISS GRACE STREET, the
only lady oxponcnt of the art
MADAME TUTTIFUUTTI, Europo's most graccful and daring equestrlenne.
CLINTON BOYD, Klng of tho Hlgh AVlro.
MA/.EPPA, the AVonderful Jap, on tho Boundlng/Rope.
KINDEAVATEK __ PAYNE, Premler Acrobats and Equlllbrlsts.
HENRY! TAYLOR. ln a Prlncipnl Bare-Back Pldlng Act.
MLLE. CAItLOTTA, Qucon of tho Mld-Alr. In a Flying Leap for Life.
FLORA. tho Lady of tho Slack AVlre. ,
RIOGER & BOYD, Gymnasts Par Exceltenee. . I
JACK SALE, tho King of Clubs. "One of tho Flnest.
ALBERT. O. BOSHEN. tho Ruebon Como to Town.
LONN1E AVILSON. Prlnclpal Acrobatlc Clown
AVILKIB FREEMAN, Sawdust Jester Par Excellcnce.
LORRAINE BROTHERS, Gymnasts (spoclally engaged).
THOMAS J. FARLEY and hls Educ/ited Donkoy.
AV1LLIAM H. THOMPSON, the AVlre Ayorkor.
Prof. FRANK COSBY, prescntlng Oreclan Statuary.
F1LLTJP ZUSA and hls Clown Band.
Captain BONAA1TA TUCKERITA. tho Maator of the Llon. ?
G1LBERT POLLOCK, Mush}*! AVonder.
HARRY GLENN, the Funny Reub.
WILD JACK REDAVOOD. tho Hurrlcane from tho Kalns, and hls Untamed^
Prof. MUNN and hls Talklng Beast.
EUGENE DAVIS, tho Lattcr-Day John Lowlow.
A SGORE OF CLOWNS,
Includlng such wcll-known names as T. B. Hlcks,
Harry C. Glenn. George Pollock. E.E, Davls,
AVllllam II. Allen. AV. T. Hart, Lonnle AVIlson,
Hon. S. L. Kelly, Isaac Held, C. O. Savllle, Harry
Tucker, Hugh Mercer. Journoy Porter. Luther
Cheatwood, Herbert Hulce, Sam Cook; and Leon
See DA1SY BELL. the Educated Canlno, tho
only dog ln the world dolng a head balanclng act
on a swlnglng slack wlre. __,,!_._.......
Thls act speclally engaged for thls exhlbltion.
HORSE SHOW BUILDING.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29.
25c?_-e Price lo Everybody-250
and one prlco admits to oven'thlng.
Doors open 2 and . P. M. Performanee com
mences 3 and S:30 P. M.
Come early and hear tho concert by the Blues
Band of thlrty pieces, In thelr new unlforms.
All cars go direct to the Horso Show bulldlng
except thoso from Manchester, Northslde, Flrst
Street, Seven Pines and Petersburg, but_ tra.ns
fers can be had from nny.
Thero wlll also be a llne of wagons.
OPENING OF THE SEASON.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
BROKEN ALL RECORDS.
j Char.es H. Yale's Everlasting
22d Edition and
NEW SCENIC WONDERS.
THE MARA^ELOUS INFERNO
Conslstlng of following mngnlfi
THE FANTASTIC FOO.
THE GATES OF HADES,
THE FROZEN PATH,
THE LAKE OF LOST SOULS,
AND THE SUPERB M1SE-EN
PRICES: 25c, BO..'., Tflc. nnd
BOX-OFFICE OPENS TUESDAY.
THE FIA'E FAMILY ONRI.
THE FOUR SALAMONSKYS.
ELENA HO^^-r- pBAGKR(
IMPERIAL DANCING TROUPE.
Directlon Mndamo Allce Phascy.
In Threo Grand New Ballots.
LA DANCE FANTASTIQUE.
THE FEAST OF THE LAN
THE BALLET OF CARDS.
MATINEE: 23?,', .",Oo. and Tfio,
Knlghtly; NVyanokos, Hooker ond AVolsh.
S'.nrs, 21: Olivers, 7.
The Northslde Stars and Olivers played
nt Broad-Streot Park at ..80 o'clocj. yos
.erday, the Stars d-feotine the Olivers by
fha score of 21 to 7. Tlie foatures of tlm
ram! were tho heavy hlttlng and nll
round playlng of the Stars. r ._ __
Sheito."' Umpiro, Taylor. ,
Richmonclar 3 In New York,
(Special to Tho Times-DIspatch.)
NEW YORK. Aug. 23.-Contlnental, R.
A Stover and wlfo; Hollund, Mlss N.
slewart Mlss E. II. Stewart; Marl
_^_ugh,AV.' B. ??, B. 8, Burton;
Herald Square J. L Btaiko.
VIRGINIA MAN MADE
(Special to The Tlmos-Dlspatch.)
WESTMINSTER, MD., August 2_.-Rev.
Thomas H, fcewUi presldent of AVestern
Maryland College, hau appolnted CSran
vfle Bullock, A. M? of CharloUMVlU..
Va.. n.ststant professor of the Latln und
Married in Maryland.
(Sneeliil to T!_?r.TI_>e?'Pl??!Lt^'n2 -Mr.
ROCKA'ILLE, MD., August --? ?i?
Douglas T. Lumsford nnd W?fiwrato f
AVicker. both ot Alexandrla, Ylslted flooK
vlllo on Tlui.sd._y and were man led b.
Rev. Howard G. England.
PUT UNDER ARREST
One Resisted and Was Shot
In Hlp by Officer Whom
He Tried to Shoot.
(Hy As. odoted Pro. ? )
ROANOKE, A'A.. August 22?Gus At*
Wns, allas Gus Murray, John Atklns and
Jchn Rice, wanted ln Madlson county, N,
C for lhe murder of Jnmes Rlco, were
arrested nt Thacker, Mlngo county, AV,
Va., to-day by three ofllcers from AA'elch.
john Atklns resisted arrest und at
tomptcd to shoot Chlef of Police Day,
and was shot In the hlp by lhat officer.
Tho woundod man wns taken to a. hospi?
tal at AVelch, and tho othor two were
placed In Jall nt thnt place to nwnlt ex*
iradttlon to North Carollna.
Tho crlmo for whUii they are wanted
was commttted Juno li, 1M>2, when James
Rlco was shot to death and his head
ppllt open. The three men were placed
in lhe county jall at Madlson Conrthou_a,
aud on tho nlght of November 11th last
o^caped with soven other prlsoners. A
rewnrd of $100 wa. offared for thelr enp
ttiro. Thoy woro traced to tlio coal llolds
nnd located nt Thacker sevorul days ago.
Ono of the othe rescaped prlsoners wus
recontly shot and killed at GreenvUlo, 8.
C, by a man named N^jiton.